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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Hip Cedar Rapids Gazette: Iii., I eh. 1974 Masters Lists Net Higher Standards in Food Worth at S143,700 a , ,,    /    l    c    •    a-    a I • • -    ij    MASON CITY - Hon    Ad S UDy SClQ/ltlSt Limits on htotion Hours Masters, candidate for the Dem- Bv Kevin Kaiu> Gas Dealers Oppose State State, Federal Grants for Arts Are Announced — City Briefs — from Thursday night called for devel-j lopment of more ethical stair ocratic nomination for U.S Service station dealer associa-ineeds authority to order gas sta-!cJmKross in the Third district, A leading food scientist tions in the state do not object lions to limit their hours to|^ciday announced    hts net worth    *    nneisitv    ot Minnesota to the so-called Oregon plan of avoid panic buying and long an(* 1973 income. gasoline rationing, Al Dalziel, lines at stations as experienced Masters’ current net worth is, .    .    ,    .    .    *•    ,    i president of the Linn County in Eastern states.    $143,700.99.    His    1973    income    wasldards    ,n flH>d Overusing along| Service Station Dealers Assn.,    *    *    *    $28.193 87. said Friday.    j    The Llnn association met Tho details of his financial However, everybody in (bo Thursday evening and “took a statement follow: Assets,,    . f iouisud.v ivtitiuk dim *'OK a    sociate    professor    of food science with better nutritional education for the consumer Dr. Theodore P. Labuza, as- He reserved special com* rn e ii t for the medicinal hawkers: "There are a lot of shysters . . . they know a little about nutrition and they play it off against you to make money.” at __________ evening    ana    "took    a Linn county group is rn total op- firm stand against state or fed- $209,121.38 (the  .............. ,«.hnnlnBv position to suggested state con- m| (,ontro, of h .. Pa|zic| cash on hand. stocks and bonds.; 3""    “j™ trot of service station hours, he reDort„,t ti,., s, ., „ ...n„iH cash value of life insurance, his spoKt ' ’ a m.°'    " ,w,,,l0" added.    be^mposing restrafnts without llome at ,2, S. Connecticut in I regional section, .na to , Iowa Commerce Commission benefits .Dalziel said    I    Mason City, interest Chairman Maurice Van Nos*! “We have no objection to the nursin8 homes in Minnesota, a Institute of in two Food Technologists, at the Ra- Mason C tv mada ,nn When asked bv one of the food (rand Wednesday told the Iowa 0    |an., he fai(| ,h h household furniture and an;    techno|oBists what thev senates energy committee Ore- the benefit of the plan has been ,iquos* automobiles, mechanical    nnotogisis wnai mcv eon-stvlp pas rafinninp mav ho    ~    ’    fixtures and equipment). To counter such misconceptions, Labuza advocates required nutritional courses from kindergarten t h r o u g Ii high school, as well as ethically* Sound, two-sided advertising by the food industry. People in the food industry, lit maintained, “have to come out ! DFS MOINES A number of grants under tho Iowa State 'Arts Council and the National j Endowment for the Arts were 1 announced Friday. Thev cover j projects for fiscal 1974-75 State Senator Tom Hiley (R-C.R.), through whom the announcement was made, said P m there were 127 applications for the grants. Only 71 were selected for funding. Each must bo matched bv the recipient Following is a list of those in JI the Cedar Rapids area receiving'    '«»    sho*!' through windows a box the could dot to the consumer gon-style gas rationing may be qu;s~tioned. . . m Oregon, mo necessary end. He also before the month’s gaso- Masters said, "Voters havi and tell him I ^rant aPPr«va,: “as individuals” to improve the | both what is the hazard anc! Edna Pieman and .Juba Ren nutritional education picture,| what is the benefit of their prod*!_ Dr. Labuza listed a four-point uct.” Notice said the Fund Talks Set For Old Capitol Universal D a n c e Resources.” (touring dance programs). $2,000; and “Nutcracker Ballet” with Cedar station. 0 Rapids Symphony, $2,200 Jessie Evans, music depart ment at Cornell college. Mt Two C.R. Cars Wrnon- “Mufjc of JaPan-’ I (touring), $700. Youth Charged With Theft of Outstanding Student Dianne Club Burglarized A breakin I, Knake, 1031 Cheyenne road netting $32 from vending ma* NW has been cited for out chines and $2 I rom a cash standing academic achievement was reported Thursday at (luring the fall semester at the Racquet club, 252 Bialis Tem University of Wisconsin La road NT, Crosse.    *    *    * *    *    *    Spring    Daisies, $198 dozen. Sheriff’s Sale Feb. 23rd, I (’ash and carry. Peck’s Flow-Approximately IOO cars ors. Adv 5014 Center Point Rd. NE, New    *    *    * mire’s.    -    Adv.    See our    large selection of old *    *    *    coins and stamps. Jerome's, IE Shots Fired Henry I). Me Tower. - Ad\ Na bb, 1003 Tenth street SE,    *    *    * were    tired    Husin(,ss breakin - A breakin through windows at Ins home wflJJ rtod Thursday at the about 7:30 p.m. thursday. pretti Lady Beauty salon, 3205 one was butt.    First avenue SE, and $25 cash *    *    *    was reported missing from a Save, fill it up at Sitejmi,taj |rav a.m. till midnight, 7    *    %    * days a week, in    Marion.    - Adv.    j    Fee|jng    inadequate? phone *    *    *    368-7462. Benedict.—Adv. Television Taken — Stephen    *    *    * A Smith 1313 Ii avenue NE    ^    Ju|jan    in    pi. reported Thursday a black and at taken torists are allowed to buy line on alternate    days,    depend-1 asked me if I own any stocks in L,an. governor, jog on whether    their    license:anV companies that    would com- j. Whcn    you see things in the 'plate number    is odd or even    promise my voting in congress.I re&J that are wrong    or mis. “Here in Iowa, we don't have    1 own only $150 worth of stock ,n|lpading    contact the    source and the potential for long lines that    a mutual fund called Founders j attempt    to correct    any misin- cxists in larger    urban    areas,” Mutual.”    terpretation. But don’t just    give ...    ,    I he said. “There    are more sta-1 Liabilities: Notes    payable to; vour sidC)    provide facts on    bothi    I" —    ,    ,    ,A,m,icinn CAt vni 11<vi Restoration Work tions per car and less registered b a n k . $7,329: mortgage on pros and cons of important A 16-year-old youth was jorrv Owen, Cedar Rapids. 'bU* •    ‘ (cars.”    home. $29,199.34: mortgages on I questions    charged    Friday    with theft of /    ‘ c e d a    r Rapids Chamber, J150    and casn "ere DES MOINES—A joint appro-    *    *    *    Masters’ interest in two nursing 2. Contact your state legisla-two cars whose 0wners leftj Brass,” $1,050.    from    his apartment, priations    subcommittee    has    in-J    Currently, “there are at least    hornets. $28,892.05; total liabili- tors to get required    courses onrbem    unattended while the: §{anjPy    wiederspan,    director!    *    ♦    * vited Susan    Handier,    chairman    a    half dozen or more stations in    {* 0 8 • M5,420.39. Net worth, nutrition    in state school sys-1 m°t°rs    were    running.    cedar    Rapids    Art    Center, .^ree lbs.    wild birri mix of the Old Capitol Restoration Cedar Rapids which are out of $143,700.99.    terns, especially for education The youth was arrested afteri“Child-Parent Experience Work- vvltl1 purchase of any bird teed- ^y, has been named to the it_ gasoline for the month and have Masters’    1973 income: majors who may be teaching police caught a companion, a shop;* educational, $700; and crs th|J Satu™u'>,    ?•!    dean’s list at Bob Jones univcr- Dalziel $28,193.87 from his chiropractic courser later to others.    15-year-old, following a brief “Grant Wood - Marvin Cone Ar- on,y* Harcl1. gardens, awl ISI | Greenville, S.C. 3. Make sure tho advertising chase last week.    I    chives,”    $1,440, of all products is ethical.    Police    said the    two took a carl    James    Avery, University of 4. Get nutritional experts to owned by Eythes Watkins, 500 j0wa music department, “Tour-go on national television with I First avenue NE, from a park- hng Recitals (piano),” $1,350.    , facts which can be used to set ling lot at 1332 Edgewood road . u $    iT«5.,„^cu»,lSe'    fault (enter, 2704 Mt. Ver ano recital this Sunday at ll. Peoples Church Public invited. I— Adv. ♦ * * Dean’s List — Kristie Sue Santon, 947 Belmont Parkway been for a couple days,” Capitol committee, to appear at meeting next Thursday morning I    *    j    profession and from administra- in connection with a request for ^qj* next month, “hopefully, tion and supervision of two $330,000.    we’re coming up with s o rn e nursing homes in Mason City. State Sen. Tom Riley (R- management practices on a ci-Cedar Rapids) and State Rep. tywide basis” that will ease the Robert Kreamer (R-Des: situation, he said. Moines), committee co-chair- ‘‘The price is locked in, gal-men. said Mrs. Rancher is vvel-1 Ions are locked in, the only come to bring other committee!thing we have to work with is members or consultants to the hours. We hope to get all the meeting.    stations to go on a daily alloca- In Iowa City, Mrs. Rancher Ition basis 80 they wouldn’t run $c*np! To Feature Animal - of ■ Month 3901 -Adv. * * * Great wallpaper select ion I Eastern Iowans, Diamond for Vo- Leopold La Fosse. University ^ ^ Adv. Hawkeye Zoological Society Information Director Rev Ron-gren visited Bowman Woods elementary school Friday in the (first of planned monthly visits! to set mg the record straight on so-called SW. last Friday, faddist plans advocated by Officers said they saw the various personalities in the I youths enter the car and fol-same media.    lowed    them    for    several    blocks. Dr. Labuza several times The pair abandoned the car.    n«„:$oi    cfroHi I    .-------- ------- scolded the one-sided approach when they discovered police ;    ^    4    cn',    ‘    ’    1 Thirty-third street NE, netted $4 i j a a , SE. 365 6901 I of Iowa music department,!    +    *    * “Touring Recitals (violin)”. Church    _    A    breakjn $2»825.    Thursday at Kenwood Park William Preucil, University of United Methodist church. 302 featuring a different type of resulted animal. in told The Gazette she will accept out at the end of the month, the invitation and probably will added the proposals are brine alone three or four others still in the planning stage and    1 onceptions about nutrition. TheyMargaret Kern of nothing is definite.    The    program is designed to He labeled these misconcep- low'a City    project research "The supply won’t get any allow small groups of children,tions ‘‘non-nutritive syndromes” director- Arthur Gillis assistant worse (in March),” he said. to observe, to ask questions and and listed examples such as fad vice-president for administra-1"8114 unless the weather gets Iearn about the animal’s needs diets, television commercials tion at the University of Iowa, I worse« the demand will in-! a°d habits.    , which present of many advertisers, as well as were following them. The 16-food faddists, which he said has year-old escaped. many popular mis-| Both youths were charged is the incident. The older youth was also vitamins as and E. W. Henderson of Spring- crease, field, III. a member of the ar- “Really the only variable now chitectural firm handling the is demand. It’s up to the con-project.    sumer.” Mrs. Hancher said she hopes    *    *    * University of Iowa President The Linn Assn. voted Thurs-Willard Boyd also can accompa- day to affiliate as a unit with ny them.    state and national associations. The Old Capitol Restoration Previously, individual committee, which has raised members could join the state most of its funds from private and national groups, but the as-! contributions and federal grants soeiation was not affiliated is asking the $330,000 to put toto. vari Quartet,” $6,600 Pam Ehrhardt, Iowa City Craft Guild. “Weaving Workshop and Juried Show.” $250 John C. Gerber, School of Let- The engine in Stanerson’s car The program will be extended j catch-all nutritive substitutes, to other Schools on a first come, the popular saying that “natural first served basis. Additional in- foods are always better,” and a    was running at the    time    it    was formation or arrangements for myriad of food products offered    taken,    police said. a school visit can be obtained for cures and preventive medi-j    The    youths were    turned    over charged with theft the day be- ters, University of Iowa, award fore of a car owned by James for short fiction competition. Stanerson, 153 Crestridge drive $1,000. NW, while it was parked in the     * 1300 block of K street sw. School Bus Flips, 18 Suffer Bruges in coms, police reported. * * * Any size living room shampooed. $8 95, bedroom $6 95, through Feb. 28. Work guaranteed. 366-6226. Diamond Carpet Upholstery Cleaners. — Adv. * * * Groceries Taken — termined amount of groceries, cigarets and beer were reported 803 Ellis by telephoning 362-3264. cines. i to juvenile authorities. *    *    * ll) to 50 percent off on all Craft materials. Hours 10:30 to 5:30. Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, I to 9 This & That Craft Shop, 108 29th St. NE. - Adv. * * * Experienced Beautician needed, Fashion Flair Beauty Salon, 362-2316.—Adv. *    *    * Heritage —    Linn    County Heri tage Society board of directors will meet Monday at 7:15 p.m. at 2238 Chandler street SW. *    *    * What has IO legs, lives in a house trailer, climbs trees, eat# An undo* P*^a- and goes home with you, for SI 49. Hardi Gardens, 3901 1st Ave. SE —Adv. *    *    * Rent Ryder Trucks at Barest! E.i>t. Local or (flie-way. 366-1519. — Adv. Vinton Rites Set For Nolo Falcon, 73 VINTON - Nola P. Falcon. in 73, wife of Karl Falcon of Vinton, died Thursday. College District Audit Shows % I 80 OOO Spending Increase STRAWBERRY POINT — Sheronick’s Grocery Eighteen school children suf- boulevard NW. fered bruises about 5 p.m.    *    * * Thursday when a Starmont    Las Vegas - Grand    Canyon — school bus skidded and over-Southwest bus tour. Leaving Ce-    Italian Trip Ends turned on an icy gravel road, 5 tar Rapids March 16. Linn ROME (AP) — Soviet Foreign miles north and one mile west County Farm Bureau invites Minister Gromyko left for Mos-of here. The bus was driven by you to join this tour. 377-4858. cow Friday, ending a five-day Norman Kleinlien.    166-1835.    —    Adv.    visit    to    Italy. The annual audit of tho Col- and $14,000 in capital outlay, the Old Capitol building in A-one Organization of station Born Jan. 5. 1901 in Iowa toge Community school district Miscellaneous expenditures de-structural condition, to flame dealers is gaining momentum.!county, she was married April by State Auditor Lloyd R. Smith creased $7,000. proof original wooden rafters, to Dalziel reported. About 150 4,1940 in Lancaster. Mo.    shows total expenses increased The audit showed local taxee install smoke detection and dealers showed up    for an orga-    Surviving in addition to her    rnore than $180,000 in 1972-73.    collected and federal appropri- sprinkler systems and to install nizational meeting    in Waterloo,    husband are a son. Gordon G.    According to the audit report,    ations also increased, although an entrance ramp and elevator, he said, though the    number that    Englebretson, I/)renzo, Calif.:    instructional costs accounted for    state appropriations declined. The committee hopes that the actually joined is not known. three daughters. Mrs. Paul $93,012 57 of the increase and The school district collected building, which served as the jn Independence, ll of that Cook of Des Moines; Mrs. transportation costs were up $2,014,335 in local taxes in state capitol in Iowa s early city’s 13 eligible stations joined. Betty Harris of Oakland, Calif ; $50,155.20. days, will be restored in time;he said.    Mrs. Greg Karasek of Marion: for a formal opening during the    - a half-brother, Clifton Furnev of Kalamazoo, Mich, and nine grandchildren. Services will be Saturday at 1:30 at White-Phillips funeral 1976 national bicentennial year. ■Ray— Services Sunday for Lillian Bardoner, 71 CENTER POINT - Lillian M (Continued    from Page    I.) Bardoner. 71, a lifelong resident home. Burial is in Cedar Memo- Iowa    energy    pool    which was of Linn county, dic'd Thursday rial cemetery, Cedar Rapids. created more than a year ago to in a Cedar Rapids hospital.    - meet threatened scarcity. He She was born Jan. 18, 1903, at Rites To Be Monday explained that he felt by this Palo. On Sept. 7, 1922. at Albur- -    «    ,    -    J    —- early action, Iowa officials nett, she was married to Leslie r ^nc^reW 5tark, 77 warded off panic reaction. Bardoner. Mrs. Bardoner was a NEWHALL — Andrew Michael The governor also told of his member of the Alice United Stark, 77. a rural Cedar Rapids recent $4 5 million energy pro- Methodist church.    resident until four and a half gram which he presented to the Surviving are her husband: years ago when he retired to state legislature in which he three sisters, Esther Stick of Al- Newhall, died Thursday after a asks, among other things, for burnett. Fern Klopp of Cedar long illness, experimentation to bring the Rapids, and Marie Alden of In- Born in Cedar Rapids Dec. 12. railroads back into use in tran- dependence: five brothers, Burt 1896, he was a member of St. and Merle Trifle, both of Albur- Paul’s Catholic church. nett, John and Henry Tritle, j Surviving are a brother, j both of Cedar Rapids, and Charles Stark, of Newhall and i Charles Tritle of Marion. two sisters, Dora Tarpy of Services: 2 p m. Sunday at Cedar Rapids, and Elizabeth I the Alice United Methodist Becker cf Norway. |church. Burial: Alice cemetery., Services: St. Pauls church Friends may call at the Mur- Monday at JO a.m. Burial: Stark doch chapel in Center Point settlement cemetery. “The more you squeeze an after I p m. Saturday.    There    will be a Rosarv Sunday The increase in instructional costs was mainly due to salary increases, and the increase in transportation costs due to purchase of replacement buses. 1972*73, up $147,657 from the year before. Federal funds went up $32,943, to $130,359. State appropriations decreased $19,071 to $868,089 and miscellaneous income went down $26,000. Overall, receipts during 1972-Other increases in expcndi- 73 totaled $3,058,034, compared lures over 1971-72 were approxi- with $2,922,358 for 1971-72, while mately $7,000 in administration, disbursements for the two years $15,000 in fixed charges, $11,000 were $3,062,244 and $2 879.818. in operation and maintenance, respectively. PARAMOUNT PHARMACIES' SEMI-ANNUAL START YOUR FAVORITE Vegetable PLANTS INDOORS— with JIFFY-7 EXPANDING PEAT POTS “The Newest Thing Since D/RT” JUST ADD WATER—PUT IN SEED—PLACE IN GARDEN 2*forA 'n , • ? . .4 • , fc*" ’ % * ** -j *' fy- A’ - 14*. k & VITAMIN sporting individuals and freight To illustrate his concept of the present energy crunch. Ray held up a hall of pink play clay and demonstrated how it became distorted as it was squeezed in different areas. ± Jm ■ energy dependent society, the more inequities there are,” Ray said. “Sufficient Energy” Iowa’s U. S. senator, Dick Clark, Democrat, in introducing the governor, praised his energy conservation and planning efforts, especially the establishment of the heating oil pool. I Grinning broadly, Clark said. “The Iowa governor has indicated he has sufficient energy to run for a fourth term ” Ray was accompanied by his two energy advisers, Maurice Van Nostrand and Dr. Sam Tuthiil. Before returning to low a by commercial coach flight later Friday, the governor will pay a courtesy call on Vice president Gerald Ford at the latter’s suite in the executive office building it 'Qotsfl t Hsv* t* Im Mofhtn Goy to bn* A fruit    rhty it lh# Sottttil bitts . , Anytim# HEAPING’/. PECK .....$3.59 HEAPING Vt PECK .....$6.50 NEAPING FULL PECK ... $9.00 bitt (*#« oinppta I ( (ti«#ry lo* fro# Doll** i y to lith#' Hosp##) DALE’S FRUIT MARKET J31l(#nt#r Pl Id W    m ® 344 IJK    OjMn »ti A I Boys f» -------  g    p    m    Tejjhen chapel, Too many bikes and not Cedar Rapids, where friends enough riders? Sell the extra may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.rn ones with a Classified Ad! Dial Sunday. I ( Your Saturday Morning Banks open until noon First National Banks Two Convemert Locations in Marion ; GERAKAPS IOO for 50 GET IOO FREE $4 MULTI-K APS I OO for $094 7L GET IOO FREE ll VIN (ONVINIINT LOCATION! flavored CHEWABLES I OO for $1 89 GET IOO FREE Offer Ends March 6th Twiomint pharmacies 125 3rd Ave. SI • 2706 lit Av*. NI iJO Mt. Vernon Rd. SI • 167 Jacolyn Dr. NW 1508 lit Av*. NI • 1718 Johnton Av*. NW 1953 lit Ave. SI (Aread*) W/irir your ((tunI hi aith im I'mnniniiiil ‘ ;