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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2A. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., November 7, 1974 Qq||||jg|(g|* Gllitdr Accordion Meet Set — City Briefs — Indoor Sports — The indoor sports club will have a potluck dinner Sunday at I p.m. at the Cerebral Palsy center, 1201 Eighth street NYV. ♦ * * Best Rental Rents The Best. — Adv. * * * Birresh Rental—Party Supply Headquarters.—Adv. * * * Wanted: All Silver Coins — Jerome's, IE Tower.—Adv. * * * Attention, Santa: Visit Jerome’s for Coin and Stamp Collectors gifts—Adv. * * * Dianna Miller and Larry Alexander now serving you at La Salon Bleu. 393-5452.—Adv. * * * Fish and shrimp served every Friday, 6 to 9 p.m. Stickney’s Scoreboard. Marion.—Adv. ♦ * * Sincere thanks to all who supported my candidacy, Jay Ka-cena.—Pol. Adv. ♦ * * Christmas Theatre tours to Chicago December 6-7 and Minneapolis November 29-30. Travel and Transport. 393-8747.—Adv. * * * Bazaar—Bake Sale. Concordia Lutheran Church. 4210 Johnson Ave. N.W. Friday November 8. 9 A.M.-9 P.M.—Adv. * * * Fresh Lynn’s Turkeys. Order now for Thanksgiving. Nelson’s Grocery and Meats. 362-3189.— Adv. ♦ * * High Twelve t— Harry Rogers of Carma Lou’s House of Music will present a program including the film “Keys to Creativity’’ at the Embassy club Friday noon. * * * Cedar Christian Church annual Bazaar IO to 7:30 Fri. Serving Soup, Sandwiches, Pie. 526 3rd Ave. SAV.-Adv. ♦ * * Television Taken — Carol Anne Hardy, 816 Fifteenth ave- A program featuring accordion and guitar bands is set for 7 ~    p.m.    Saturday at the Wilson \    Iennis    Registration can    junior    high school auditorium, still    be made    at the Central Board of Realtors Makes Special Awards A past president and a past executive secretary of the IO $1 OO. Church at Covington Hwy. 94 West, — Adv. * * * YMCA for the    intermediate    andL Several soloists and numbers    Cedar Rapids Board of Realtors advanced    tennis    classes    which|^/5"e?/^r^7ea^7fnX    prosentcd a"ards V^dn*s' will meet Mondays Wednesdays    featured    in    th<    day at the general membership 3EX “** rhir c *    n    c    4    jstud*° championship of the Bod-j instructors in the board’s ex Chili Supper Sat., Nov. 9. 5 to    dicker School of    Music.    Handed education course    also 8. Adults $1.25. Children under    students from    Cedar    Rapids,    were cited at    the “Appreciation Vinton, Belle Plaine. Anamosa,    luncheon” in the Longbranch. Tipton and Williamsburg will    cliff W. Doe. who was pres- participating.    jdent 0f Cedar Rapids board I pper Iowa — An I pper Iowa Judges for the event are Mark jn i%7 and headed the Iowa college open house will be held Haack, Keystone!Robert Fager- Assn of Realtors last year was at the Roosevelt beginning at I lind, Evansdale, and Mrs. Jim inducted into Omeca Tau Rho p m. Sunday.    Vennemann, Cedar Rapids. national honorary fraternity of * * *    Pb(>    (c(*ai'    Rapids    Accordion    the National Assn. of Realtors. Stamps Taken — Vince A. Aces will close the program Gatto, 3406 Dunham drive SW. with numbers they performed    Medallion Wednesday reported $40 worth on their western concert tour Board President Jerry Cox of food stamps, two music tapes and at Expo 74 in Spokane, presented Doe with the frater-valued at $13 and a watch va Wash., in June.    nity medallion, awarded only to lued at $9 taken from his resi-; There will be    no admission    Realtors who    have served    the dence.    charge, and the    public    is invit-    association in    a leadership    ca- * * *    jed.    *    pacify. Christmas Bazaar Sponsored by Civic Newcomers. Security Building corner of 2nd Ave. and 2nd St. S E., Friday November 8th. 9 to 6, and Saturday November 9th, 9 to 2.—Adv. * * * PlflvTf Taken   Patrick Roby! 543 Forest drive sE,limplemente<i next faJl by the tion classes, Rodee said a small Special Education Plans For Next Fall Approved Special education plans to be In addition to special educa- Wednesdav reported a tape new area education agency player and two speakers taken were approved by the agency’s from his car while parked on board Wednesday night at its Linden terrace SE. The items meeting at the Joint County were valued at $70.    .    .    .    _.    .. school system, 4401 Sixth street ♦    *    * Happiness    is the    arrival    of Julie Lynn. Congratulations Dan and Mary on a beautiful masterpiece. Best wishes, Margaret and boys.—Adv. ★    *    * Food    Taken    —    Walter    F.    A SW. increase is also planned in the special education support staff. Additional school psychologists will be hired in Linn county to improve the psycholo-gist-student ratio. More speech and hearing clinicians will be About 65 new special education classes will be started in added, the fall of 1975, according to    Social    Workers Myron Rodee, director of spe-| “^e need an expansion cial education for the agency. in the number of school social The classes are needed as a workers because of the amount Zahn, 29 Summer circle NE,i    -    .    .    .    .    . . ,    .    . Wednesday reported a quantity result of, 8** m *tat* re-of home-schoo mteraction re- of meat. t^er. liquor and aSsort-!rremCn,S f°r SpeC'al cduca’ qHU'r0d m. <*rtam Programs, ed food items taken from his tlon’    Kodee    sald' residence in a breakin, items were valued at $269. * * * A plaque for “dedicated service’’ was awarded to Mrs. Ray Walker, who was named executive secretary in 1968 and served until a back injury forced her retirement this year. Cox termed Mrs. Walker “an asset to the board’’ and cited weekends and nights she spent “beyond the call of duty to further the welfare of the Cedar Rapids Board of Realtors. Others Honored Robert Lehman, chairman of the board’s education committee, presented plaques to three non-board members who have served for several years on the faculty for the board's educational course. Honored were Robert Stone, Marion attorney; Richard Abel, Banco Mortgage Co.; and Robert Doolittle, Perpetual Savings and Loan. The board this year doubled the number of education sessions, conducting twice-monthly quarterly courses in place of the previous monthly six-month courses. Two Injured in Separate C. R. Traffic Mishaps A five-year-old boy and a 21-year-old woman were examined at hospitals Wednesday after they were involved in separate traffic accidents. Neither was hospitalized. The child, Roger L. Byerly, 4414 Lee street NE, was exam-1 ined at St. Luke’s hopsital for i possible head injuries after he j fell out of the car his mother. Sandra A. Byerly, 29, was driving- The accident happened when) the car door popped open as i Mrs. Byerly was making a turn! nue SW, Thursday reported a portable color television set valued at $450 and a partial case of beer taken in a breakin at her residence. *    *    * Rhonda Bolden is now working at Jan and Jerry’s Beauty Salon, 3917 Center Point Road N.E. Early appointments available. 393-5818.—Adv. *    *    * Civitan Club — Gary Giles, construction s u p e r v i sot for Northwestern Bell, will present slides and recorded tapes on hazardous driving situations at the 7:30 a m. meeting Friday at Bishops downtown. *    *    * We’ll be closed all day Saturday November 9, so we can go to Chicago’s National Decorating Show, to better serve You in 1975. Barney’s Paint & Wallpaper. — Adv. *    *    * Money Taken — Sidney Larson, 708 Seventh street SE, Wednesday reported $300 taken while he was at an apartment at 1010 Fifth avenue SE. ♦    *    * Johnny’s Parkway, corner Ellis and F Ave. N.w‘. Friday Special: Baked Chicken and Dressing, served up ’til 8 30 P M Come in as you are. Carry out orders welcome!—Adv. *    *    * Zoo Meeting    —    A meeting    for people    interested    in    continuing the Cedar Rapids zoo project will be held Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Peoples Bank east. Film of the Pittsburgh zoo will be shown. *    *    * College Credit 3 week Interim Programs available for college credit January 1975. Phone 363-8213. Australia, Sister Margaret McManus. Mexico, Sister Gloria Rivera.—Adv. ♦    *    * Holiday Bazaar, November 7th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., November 8th, 9 a m. to 4 p.m. (luncheon ll a.m. to I p.m.). Proceeds to Camp Courage and Lutheran Charities. Free Nursery. Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1st! Ave. and 37th    St.    N E — Adv. *    *    * U.D. Representative — A representative of the University of Dubuque will visit Washington high school at 9 a.rn , Regis high school at ll a m. and Kennedy high school at I p.m. Tuesday, and Prairie high school at 9 a.m. and LaSalle high school at I p.m. Wednesday. Tthf (ffdir RttpuU E»tobii»hed In 1113 by The Gazette Co. and published dolly and Sunday ot SOO Third av*. SE, Ctdor Rapids. Iowa 524C6 Second clat! oostoee paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Suoscription rotes by carrier 95 cents a week. By malt: Night Edition and Sunday ti Issues *3.75 a month. *39 OO a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3.95 a month, 140.00 a year. Other states and U S. territories SOO OO a year No Mall Subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the us* for republication of all th* local nows printed in this news paper os well as all AP news dispatches. The    The majority    of the    new    The    plans    for special educa- classes will be in the area option classes must be submitted specific learning disabilities, to the state department of pub-Christmas TwesTchoose and?hildren “faring from specific lie instruction for state approval ^'he^nfrrs^n™Sins Md tag. cut fresh later, at Green-: lea™?« Abilities are oles implemented.    ,    toter PoinTiwS NE branch, 366-6205, 2 miles West have    some type of dif-, A budget for the    program will.    No charges    were filed of Kennedv on 42nd St NE -    flculty ln    learninS* sucb as a be presented to the    board for its    lwtndr*ej    wc.rc I"cu' Adv    perceptual    problem, which in- approval Nov. 18.    then submit-    . ♦    * *    terferes in the learning process, ted to the state department for    adu,t;L    ,)ebra    C* K,ein’ Tailgate Taken - Richard La-    Additional    Classes    consideration by Dec. I.    pMr™'hLJft at Wfnr Barge. Central City, Wednesday;    Additional    cIasses    are    I The    area    education    agencyhead    SeTsuffcS reported the    tailgate from    his    Ac,(*ltlonal    <lasses    are,    will replace    the Joint    County    P0881^    head    injuries    .uttered pickup truck    taken while at    the    ^ Thr™classes forw    SCh°°l    SyStem n6Xt July    1 Under    ‘"p T    a    . Wilson Co. parking lot. The tail-    £ ~? J    ^ V / ♦ 1 legislation passed    by the gen-    Police said    a car driven by gate was valued at $75.    y    h,a i^?pped students eral assemblv’s last session to Miss Klein and a semi-trailer _ a^.al.so p,ann1fd,mJcoop^rat,on improve special education ser-truck driven by Calvin J. Humphrey to Rome Ti?-    ^    rf    .    vices throughout the state. Crosser, 18, Eldora, collided at Humphrey to Rome ;eluding ones in Iowa City, Iowa,  __the intersection of Sixteenth av- WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. county and Cedar Rapids. 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