Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 1, 1974, Page 4

Cedar Rapids Gazette

December 01, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa a 2A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Son.. Dec. I. H?4 Christmas Donors Swell Camp Good Health Fund That Christmas is close at hand was evidenced this last week by contributions sent to The Gazette for Camp Good Health. ('hecks arrived during the week from three of the traditional donors who make contributions to the camp prior to the holiday. Heading the list in this category were Midland Forge, Inc., with a check for $500, Link-Belt Speeder Employes United Fund with a $300 donation and P. M Lattner Manufacturing Co. with a $1(H> contribution. Also noted were two donations in the annual "in lieu of local Christmas cards” category. Camp Good Health, situated on old highway 30 east of highway 13, is operated bv the Children’s Home of Cedar Rapids on funds donated each year by subscribers and readers of The Gazette It provides a summer camping experience for children who would not otherwise be able to attend and enjoy summer camp. Previously reported ..........................................$11,111,31 Midland Forge, Inc...........................   5(H)    it# Link Belt Speeder employes United Fund................................................   3##    0# P M Lattner Manufacturing Co..............  IM    M In memory of loved ones..........................................25    IMI In memory of Mr. and Mrs. John Magnusson aud daughters from Mrs. Parke Parks................................................I.VO# Jane Boyd Service club............................................IO    OO In lieu of local Christmas cards from Katherine L. Kelley.............................................10    00 In loving memory of Kerry McFnany..............................................'..............IO    OO In lieu of local Christmas Cards from Mrs. Parke Parks....................... IO    OO In memory of my husband, Richard F. Bristol, on his birthdav, Nov    20.............................VOO Total.............................  *12.500    30 1974 Budget.......................*.............................$21,IM M Yet to be raised .................................................$0,00.1.70 Coe Names Energy Unit Coe collage President l,eo L Nussbaum has established an energy' and resources advisory committee to help Coe conserve energy and resources on the campus The ad hoc committee will confer with all energy users and submit recommendations to Dr. Nussbaum as to how energy' and    resources    can In* more efficiently utilized Student    members    of the committee include: Diane    Halpern,    West Caldwell,    N J.; Tom    Foley. Galesburg, III; Debra Drake, West Wareham, Mass ; Mary Carney, Winnetka. 111.; Amy Holmwall, Uke Bluff, III.; Jeanne Unkenholz. Bismarck, NI)    and    Bradley Schnoe. Des Moines Other members of the committee are: Floyd Sandford, assistant, professor of biology; Richard Doyle, head of library circulation; Mike deter, assistant business manager, and C. Robert White, Galbrhith Maintenance Engineering service. Cedar Rapids rl i.?    \ .i 4 rn a Donald Waters Eagle Award To Waters Donald Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs Edgar I,. Waters. 1247 Elmhurst drive NE, will receive his Eagle Stout award during a troop 23 court of honor Monday at 8 n m. in Ream hall at St. Matthew s church A ninth grade student at Franklin junior high, he Joined Cub pack 42 at Garfield school in 1987. and troop 23 in [ 1970 Waters has served as assistant patrol leader, patrol leader. and assistant senior patrol leader He is now senior patrol leader. He has been a den chief and is a member rd the Order of th*- Arrow He earned 27 merit badges. He attended Camp Waubeek for five summers and was a staff member one summer He attended junior leadership training at Camp Wakonda twice, once as a staff member He has hiked the Buffalo Bill and Hoover trails, has canoed the Hoover trail and has earned the mile swim award Army Ants Formidable Soldiers in Panama Following chemical trails blazed by scouts, army ant soldiers in Panama go forth in large'battalions after prey as formidable as small lizards. Nomadic creatures, army ants bivouac in hollow trees where they clutch each other to form a protective mass around the queen and her brood Shopping Night for Elderly, Handicapped Only the elderly and handicapped will be allowed to shop at the Target store at 4501 First avenue SE next Munday from 7 30 to It) p.m. Aisles will be cleared, chairs for resting will be placed throughout the store, wheelchairs may lie reserved and free transportation from several places around the county will be provided by the store for the special night Purpose of the project is to provide a leisurely shopping facility in an uncrowded atmosphere for those who otherwise would find it difficult to shop during the holiday season, according to Ted Schwab, store manager Each department will be* fully staffed to help those who come and their families, he said, and refreshments will he served Wheelchairs may he reserved by tailing 393-9500 SEATS buses will be providing transportation from these locations at Marion at about 8:30 to 7 p m and 8 to 8:30 p.m.; Winslow House care center, Willow Gardens care tenter, ( restview Acres, Maple Lawn Nos. I and 2, and the county home There will he pickups at about 6:30 p m. from the Benion nursing home, Center Point; the Hiawatha nursing home and Hiawatha Derby gas station, the Hallmark nursing home, Mt. Vernon, and at about 7 p.m. in Lisbon at the city hall and Gardner Arms apartments ♦ The RTG city buses will make pickups in Cedar Rapids on this schedule: Meth-Wick Manor, 8:30 p.m.; Kingston Hill, 8 4s to 8 50; Boldt nursing home. 8 50 to 7; Edgewood Manor, 8 30; Geneva Tower, 7; Hawthorne Hills. 8 30; Greene Square rest home. 8 55 to 7; Americana care center. 7 05 to 7:10 p m Return trips to pickup points will be leaving the store at about 9-IS p m. Christmas Party for Retarded Dec. 8 The Linn County Assn for Retarded children will sponsor the annual Christmas-party for retarded citizens and their parents from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec’ 8 at the Teamsters Hall. 5080 J street SW There will be clowns, a magician, treats and Santa Claus. Membership in the association is not necessary for participation Parents are asked to take a $1 gift with their child’s name attached This WM* Al Willy’s-" ONE DOZEN CARNATIONS $C5° 0 ’r-*> in Gorgeous assorted colors* Marvelous! Christmas wreaths and mounds are now in Now open Sundays 10-4, Mon -Wed -Fri nights Till 9, Daily 8-5 U    Floral    Designs lf III Y cl jill 1st Ave. SE WK Delivery Service J$3 2175 (TI THE MEN S SHOP WITH THE NAME THAT SOUNDS LIKE CHRISTMAS Sena, PaiaieUiaA ta make ii mane like CknUimaA,! We h&vp fKJinsetfias lo ■j gladden Christmas hearts So I make os your HnadquaperC for every bloomin' nepd' Catt or slop in P>d,ay Christmas is geisha "i * Red, White Pink >3“, >i r Time to order Evergreen Wreaths, Mounds and Blankets DI TDC ft ITC Flown Shoo I I Cli Ow ft v i Greenhorn#! I I SOO Edit Slvd. N.W. 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