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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Need for flexibility cited Thomas r. Feld was inaugurated As the sixth president of mount mercy College sunday in an Early afternoon ceremony in sacred heart Convent Chapel adjacent to the Campus. Or. Feld is the colleges first Lay and first male president. In his inaugural speech or. Feld reflected upon the colleges 49-year history and the heritage of the Sisters of mercy As being the building Block for the definition of the future course of mount mercy. Quot the College has been particularly adept at responding to the needs of the times making necessary but often times difficult decisions. The College has changed and grown at dramatic rates from a two year to a four year from single sex to coeducational from a relatively narrow curriculum to a wide ranging variety of Liberal arts pre professional and professional ready for change or. Feld said the College must continue to Quot evidence an institutional flexibility and adaptability Quot in order to prepare students to live and adapt to the continual change of today a society. The new president gave specific charges to the mount mercy constituencies trustee faculty students alumni and Community to carry the responsibilities and meet the challenges facing mount mercy and All Small Liberal arts colleges. Quot from the faculty i expect awareness of the colleges heritage and a deep and abiding respect for that which ennobled the institution. I expect the faculty to be committed to the concept of individual human dignity and growth recognizing above All that our own life styles do More to develop students values than any other Factor. I expect the faculty to be committed to standards of excellence in an atmosphere of change daring to be innovative and responsible to changing needs in a fast paced society. Perhaps most demanding of All i expect the faculty to become less education oriented and More learning oriented a to focus our thinking not Only How potential learners May fit into our programs and resources but on How our Holiday crime prevention tips the crime prevention Bureau of the Cedar rapids police department cautions that Quot As we enter the Christmas season we also encounter Security the Bureau lists the following precautions. A keep All doors and windows locked. Ask neighbors to keep and Eye on the House when you leave. A use lighting As a crime deterrent. A timer is suggested. Do not hide keys in the garage under door Mats Etc. A avoid keeping valuable gifts in your residence any longer than necessary. If possible leave them at place of Pur Chase until just before the Holiday. A if you receive televisions radios or stereos for Christmas have the serial number recorded. For personal safety the Bureau suggests the following. A do not carry Large amounts of Cash. Check the Interior of your car before entering. Stay in Well lighted areas when possible. A do not leave a purse or Wallet unattended on counters Etc. And if you see a suspicious person or persons in your neighbourhood notify the police department a 398-5353. Does your car stall you May have company Thomas r. Feld inaugurated sunday As the sixth president of mount mercy College is shown at the end of the ceremony walking with his two children William 5, and Jacqueline 7. Programs and resources can Best be adapted to fit the needs of potential learners. Community support Quot from the Community i expect a rising and sustaining level of moral and financial support noting with great Pride that nearly two thirds of our students come to us from the Community and that half of our graduates return to the Community and serve it Well. The College has and will continue to need the support of the or. Feld cited the renewed cooperation Between mount mercy and its sister institutions Coe and Cornell when he spoke of the Over $300,000 Hall foundation Grant awarded to the three colleges enabling them to Purchase a computer system serving All three campuses. Quot we Are indeed grateful to the Hall foundation and believe that this Grant will be the impetus to still greater and More numerous efforts at cooperation with our sister during the inauguration or. Feld Riding gear is taken from barn Marion police received a report saturday of a break in at a horse Bam at 4810 tenth ave. Saddles bridles and other Riding equipment valued at $1,105, were stolen police said. The stolen equipment belonged to sue Bartz and Robert Haskell both of 701 ninth ave. They rented space in the building. Police said Entrance to the barn was gained by forcing open the lower Section of a walk in door to the barn. It it in North Star homemakers club will meet saturday at 6 30 . For a potluck supper in the Home of mrs. Ronald Meythaler route 3. A Christmas party is set with a gift Exchange. Slides on Egypt will be shown. A a a meeting set a Marion plumbing Board of examiners and appeals will meet tuesday at 7 . At the City Hall. A a a Santa is in City Square 6 30-8 30 week nights. A adv. A a a Myca a tuesdays activity schedule at the Marion Myca is non aquatic a preschool gymnastics 9 . And i and 6 15 ., open gym 9, preschool dance to menus fitness class noon and 6 15, Oil painting class and adult gym i Pompon and gymnastics groups 4, Quot a club gymnastics 5, women a competitive volleyball league 7, Westling 7 15 Pool a Linn mar lessons 9 ., preschool lessons 9 45, 11 15 and i and 2 30 ., Marion Independent lessons 10 30, adult open swim noon water babies 2 30, youth lessons 4 15, swim team 5 45, diving team and family and adult swim 7 15, beginning diving 8. It it it cd meeting set a Marion scentral business District redevelopment corporation general meeting is tuesday at 7 . In the Marion Community Center 600 10th ave. A a a Board meeting a Marion Independent schools Board of education will meet thursday at 7 . In the Longfellow administration building. It it it Eta Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet tuesday at 7 45 . In the Home of mrs. Larry Hatch 850 31st St. Mrs. Robert Sweet has the program on slides of the holy land. Juveniles arrested Marion police arrested two male juveniles late saturday on a charge of malicious injury to a building. The arrest followed an egg throwing incident in the City a Northeast residential area. Police said the arrest cleared up several other recent egg throwing incidents. An additional charge of criminal trespass also was filed against the juveniles. Was presented the colleges presidential medallion. The medallion cast in Silver bears the Seal of the College and will be worn on formal occasions As an insignia of the president. Following the inaugural ceremonies a reception honouring or. Feld and his family was held in the Mcauley cafeteria. As a part of the inaugural Celebration a co celebrated mass honouring the new president was offered by the most reverend James j. Byrne archbishop of Dubuque Rev. Deal Walbaum College chaplain and other Cedar rapids area pastors. Founded in 1928 mount mercy College was founded in 1928 by the Cedar rapids Sisters of mercy As a two year College for women. The first baccalaureate degree was awarded from mount mercy in 1959. In 1969, the College became coeducational. The enrolment a currently Over 900 a has More than doubled in the years since that change was made. Today a Republican sen. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina is 75 years old. Detroit a if your Chrysler corporation car keeps stalling it has a lot of company says a report in a Detroit sunday newspaper. Design flaws could Lead to chronic engine stalling problems in More than 1.3 million Dodge and Plymouth cars built during the last three years according to the Detroit free press. The problems exist on 1975, 1976, and some 1977 models with 318-cu-Bic-Inch v-8 engines or 225-cubic-Inch six Cylinder engines the newspaper said. The company is fixing some of the cars free under a selective and unpublicized repair program the Story said. A Chrysler spokesman said sunday the repairs had not been publicized because they were not considered part of a program. Quot we were treating it As we would any other customer problem in that we dealt with it when it showed up a most of the cars involved Are variants darts aspens and vol ares. The newspaper said Chrysler found that unleaded gasoline required for 1975 and later cars causes a rubber accelerator cup in the Carburettor to lose its shape and become improperly aligned in the Assembly. That causes interruptions in the fuel Supply especially when the engine is cold the newspaper said. Chrysler said in a statement that it notified dealers after it discovered the cause of the stalling problem. The company said it started Quot extern Sive training programs at every Dealership so mechanics would know How to Correct the defect. A a a Jim Thompson service manager at first Avenue Plymouth said he had run into several cases of the malfunction and said the company would take care of the problems As they develop. Quot if a car is under factory warranty Chrysler will replace the part and pay for the labor to replace the aliens must report location aliens Are reminded that they must report their addresses to the . Immigration and naturalization service during the month of january. Reporting forms Are available at All Post offices. Wilful failure to report addresses could Lead to serious consequences according to immigration and naturalization service officials. When Money matters pc to Tju Jumpot set services a All Marion masons Are asked to meet tuesday at 1 15 . At the first United presbyterian Church to attend funeral services for w. Lawrence Fickel or. A masonic graveside service will be held by Marion masonic Lodge. It it it water Board a trustees will meet tonight at 7 in the Council chamber at City Hall to consider contractor and personnel problems. It in it Lions a club will meet tuesday at 6 15 . At the suburban. A Board meeting will follow. A tour of wet stations is set for 8. A kit it kiwanis a breakfast meeting is tuesday at 7 at the town House. 30 years ago a about 22 Northeast Iowa communities were reported isolated in the Wake of sleet and freezing rain. _ Jay service on expert watch and jewelry repair specializing in Diamond remounting and Diamond appraisals Malloy jewellers 229 second ave. Be save $4to$10�?~ a month on electric water Heater operating costs. A depending on local Utility rate and geographical area from ntern1atic a electric water Heaters consume More Energy than any other appliance a by automatically limiting water Heater Energy usage to those hours needed you can reduce Energy consumption and save Money a the Little Gray Box helps you Cut water Heater standby and pipe Energy losses a promotes Good hot water conservation habits your Money Back if not satisfied. Ask us for details. Justice electric phone 366-1546 312 7th ave. . Cedar rapids Iowa 0�?Tboy egg nog. I its the season our own special recipe delicious drinking nobody in the world makes leg nog quite like Dairy maid j try it a you la love it it frosted fruit punch in several delicious ban flavors 5 it. Pail heavy i Cream i per >170 i quart of j i it pint.75 a it Holiday ice Cream party specialities Snow men a santas a Christmas Trees Only while they last ice Cream flavor suggestions pumpkin egg nog chocolate mint Chip praline Pecan Peppermint Cranberry sherbet Pistachio. Dairy maid. Always a taste Delight great gift i idea an ice i Cream Freezer hand or electric i and All the Makins i a for a real treat f order your Capone i now make the occasion a special i one i of it comes from a cow. Ifs better if ifs Dairy maid a buy your milk in Glass we use Only re usable clean sterile bottles. Visit your nearest Dairy maid All stores open to .-9 . A 1526 first ave. Be 0 2030 sixth St. So a 54 i Center it. Re. Be 3219 it. Vernon re. 408 Edgewood re. New a phone 365-3206 retirement is More than an office party a Gold watch and slaps on the Back. Its trips you always wanted to take projects you always wanted to Start rest you always wanted to get. Its time. Its also time you started saving for that permanent vacation. Open an individual retirement account Ira at perpetual savings and loan. Put away 15% of your yearly income up to $1500 $1750 for spousal plan. The Money you save plus the interest earned is tax deferred until its withdrawn at retirement. Act now to insure yourself of a tax deduction for this year. Talk to an Ira specialist at perpetual right away of you done to wait you wont want when retirement time comes. Like your Ira savings retirement will be a present to yourself but there a no present like the time you have to save for it. When Money matters perpetual savings and loan association Cedar rapids Iowa City downtown office to second Avenue s e / 366-1851 Lindale Plaza office Lindale Plaza shopping Center / 393-7700 Iowa City office 132 e Washington / 338 9751 fsr when Money matters

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