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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Air Force Award to D. Teeter Air Force CupU Dennis Teeter, jiton or lone Teeter, 1310 Ftrtt tvenue NE, was presented- the air force commendation medal at El- lington air force base, Texas. Air' 1-c ,Rob. ert BruYnley, ;jjf., -son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brumtey, 2.67 Lenora drlye NW, and Air Force Staff Sgt. Dennis Din- tcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dinter, 3096 Fourteenth ave- nue, Marion, are members of units that received the air force outstanding unit award. The (flawing enlisted in Susan Humphrey, 1709 Eighth avenue SW; Steven Van Fleet, 1315 0 avenue NW; Robert Cole, jr., North Lib- erty; Joseph McCollum, 3720 twelfth avenue SW; Joseph West, 1422 M street SW; Mark Blakley, Iowa City; Edwin Chambers, Manchester; Marvin Driscoll, David' Malone, Walker; Mi- chael Frey, 6900 Mt. Vernon road SE; Michael Hammani 816 D .avenue NW; Philip Nowell, 6519 Boxwood lane NE; Homayoun Jadidi, Iowa City, and Mark Embree, Monticello. The following enlisted in tie air force: Charley Jendryx, 2743 Meadowbrook drive SE, and Bruce Whiting, 889 Oakland road NE, joined the delayed enlistment program.' APICS Unit To Hear Regan Regan, group purchasing, Collins Group, will speak to members of the American Production J.D. Regan and Inventory Control society Tuesday evening at the Longbranch. His topic will be "The olution of Purchasing Past, Present and A 1951 graduate of the Uni- versity of Iowa, with a bach- elor of science in commerce degree, Regan has been with Collins for 23 years. He has served in virtually, every facet of the procurement function including electrical compo- nents, subcontracts, fabrica- tion and industrial supplies. He was 'manager of the subcontracts department in Cedar Rapids during the heavy 'subcontract space programs of Project Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. In 1987 he was transferred to Dallas as director" of corporate purchas- es. He became corporate director of procurement for Collins Radio in" 1970. The social hour begins at 6 p.m.; dinner will be served at 7 at a ;cost of Visitors are welcome. BestMphth To GeflPdtenf? WASHINGTON (AP) November niay; be one of1 the best months oRthe year to ob- tain a Perhaps because of inven- tors' concern the impend- ing few of the' major have been patented; during November, says the Intellectual Property Owners, Inc., a nonprofit group devoted to' creating pub- lic awareness of the import- ance of a reliable patent system. The only significant inven- tion IPO turned up in Nov- ember was the brain-child of Albert Einstein, who with an associate, Leo Szilard, re- ceived'patent number 541 on Nov. 11, 1930, for "An Apparatus for Producing Re- Although perhaps more widely known for his many other achievements In the sci- entific world, Einstein's pat- ent was a milestone In the field of refrigeration and the basis of the first gas refriger- ators. When you run a clarified ad plan on being home lo vnnr He CttUr Gairtte: Su., 1114 everyone loves gifts from A CHRISTMAS-SHOPPING TRADITION IN EASTERN IOWA SINCE 189D SHOP MONDAY THRU FRIDAY TO 9, SATURDAY TO 5 The Perfect Pair by Vanity ;The Coronation Robe in yards of velvety of polyester. Deeply collared and cuffed in tonal contrast. The Coronet Gown with its embroidered sheer Imidriff insert, echoes the collar and cuff'color in shimmering satin of anti-cling III nylon. Both machine .wash and dry. Claret with Chantilly Rose contrast and gown. Sea-green Laguna with Crystalene. Navy True with Candleglow. Polo Brown with Leopard trim, Candleglow gown. Robe in sizes Gown in sizes 32-40, Portrait Robe in Velvety Vanity Fair presents a face-framing Por- trait Robe with .a look of velvet that's really lush 'She- velva of polyester. Zip it off and toss in wash- er and dryer without a worry. Sparkling'contrast color lines the neckline, bands each sleeve. Sea-green ta- guna with Crystalene contrast, deep-wine Sugarplum with Pink Champagne, or Red Plush with dashing Leopard. It' Sizes 8 to 18, ARMSTRONG LINGERIE SECOND FLOOR r tft FREE GIFT WRAP Leopard on Satin by Vanity Fair For the first time, Vanity Fair prints their famous animal print on lustrous a satiny anti-cling III nylon so light, so smooth to the touch Long hostess shirt, sizes 8-18, Plunging short gown, sizes Matching scuffs, sizes S, M, L, Cover-up short coat, sizes Long slip-y gown, sizes Bikini shorts, sizes 4-7, Underwired bra with light fiberfill lining, sizes 32-36 7.50 ARMSTRONG LINGERIE-SECOND FLOOR FAIR
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