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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - April 3, 1968, Cedar Rapids, IowaCedar rapids Iowa number per year yorker article plots attitude Cornet students it. Vernon is the subject of an article. Entitled v Loja the last peaceful appearing in tie an 20 Issue of the article written Itri Uin of the yorker staff some w the apparent col lege students support of Vietnam Ese War. According to the article when the Stu dents of Cornell College reported for classes last september most Otheni would have described supporters of the american presence Viet Nam. Tit j Aipa la Irali Alc peace talks there re few sup porters of he War Roxi Flthe president left at Cornell. The Jontue had taken months this change in aft latife attributed in the increase in the students . Re top information and personal the article also tolls of the reasons influences arid. Apprehensions experienced by two Conj Felt Catege students who turned in their draft Caras at a re cent University of Iowa from the office in Pat Kane Linn it was announced spat Kane Linin county recorder that the following have been designated Al Cerise depositories or. The. Sale of Hunting and fishing licenses Cedar rapids Armstrong a Beranek s b Ere Ford s store Way Buffalo Oil co., Coggon Frank Carbee Lisbon Center Point to Igetiterirouit-1 coast in v Cook is grocery r Alburnett j Floh Standard e ave Cedar Ujj capias Eby s rapids Ellis pharmacy Cedar rapids Exchange state Bank first Trust banh Ely Gamble store Central City Green thu in Nursery or. Hd., Cedar rapids Harry s. 66 Ely Hiawatha Kendall Marion Cedar rapids Kosek s store Gedar rapids May s no. 161, Cedar rapids May s no. 165, Cedar rapids May s no. 166, Cedar rapids May s no. 170, Cedar Iha pads May s no. 171, Cedar rapids May s no175, Cedar Iha piss May s no. .184, Cedar rapids Mccright Agency Walker Montgomery. Ward Cedar rapids Lucky live a it Central City Palo savings Batik r Congo Cedar rapids i Geniar rapids Rocker s bait shop Foj Vearlon Sears Cedar rapids cited a rapids Sulek a Sjef Bingville Ted s pm Arnicy Cuettar rapids Walt s bait s gear rapids Western Auto Marion Wolmutt a Prairieburg Zieser s appliance a Der ii honoured the Harland g. No. 122 of slate Center recently its Sofii anniversary in the legion. About 60. Members we present 16 Wilness he highlight of the pc Santa lion of "50 year pins to ii members. Of he Post resident Gerritt Den Herder r.9.cently celebrated his 90th" birthday. He in Sioux Center All of those 90 year s. Is a retired Farmer and still remains inheres cd in agriculture ils pro Merns Ajja Progress. Serves -10 years a Check in of. 50 years of service As an employee f a p food stores was awarded recently to Victor Hakanson of Independence. The joined the organization in he came to Independence. As a so care manager in 1932 after working at co Iii any stores in Dyersville. Creep Vinson Marion and Center Vitul. Builds plane Del Mirisch of Rock rapids recently flew his plane that look him ii Jee years o build. The. A single a self with open cockpit is compact but c . It was inspected by a representative of the fed eral aviation Culver says Iowa to get another six million this year for Highway construction Washington congressman John c Culver announced today that the Secre tary of transportation has advised him that Iowa will be allocated an additional six million dollars for its Highway construction. Program for the current year. The action of the Secretary brings Iowa s funds up to nearly 5t million dollars for this Culver noted and recognizes not Only the priority needs in our state but the Confidence in our Overall Highway programs us Well. Culver had called a meeting last month of the Iowa congressional delegation with the Federal Highway administrator and other department of transportation officials to protest the inequitable reduction of Highway funds announced earlier this year. He pointed out that the Cal Uri fairly discriminated against Stales like Iowa which had spent less in the past in anticipation of heavy construction this year and next. As a result of the meeting Federal High Way officials agreed to review tie pro Gram at the end of the first Quarter to determine whether funds could be Reallo caled from states which had received a disproportional a share. The announcement of the increase for Iowa followed that review of the nation wide program. Culver expressed continued concern about the methods used Lor allocating funds Between the states and pledged in cooperation with the Iowa delegation to insure the orderly and efficient development of the program. Mental health Institute at Independence will hold open House May 5 or. Superintendent of the Insl Lufe at Independence has announced that the annual open House will be 5 from to . This is the tenth annual event in which the. Public has the see for., themselves being made in the he custom patients til tact As official hosts guiding Tours serv ing refreshments Parkin ears and Iii general Gremlin the visitors. The theme for ibis year s event is Ca Reers in menial health and All Hospital employees will donate their time this Day at their respective stations to discuss their work with visitors. A typical working Day will be simulated. Also two slide stories will be shown to portray the theme these Are a h i today and the student nurse the auditorium will be the site of a Dis play contrasting environment of the Days when the Hospital was purely custodial with that of today. School and College students have been especially invited. Civic fraternal and other organizations wishing to tour the Hospital in groups Are encouraged to do so. Visitors Are asked to Register at the main administration building where they will be Given information Aboul he hos Pital. C. R students to begin honors program at sul several Cedar rapids High school seniors have accepted an invitation to join the University of Iowa honors program when they enrol As freshment at Iowa City in september. The honors program is open to the student whose High school record and scores on he american College testing program Entrance examinations Indi Cate he will rank within the lop 10 per cent of his freshman class according to prof. Rhodes Dunlap program director. An honors student Al lends special Sec Lions of required general courses and introductory departmental courses. To continue in the program he must maintain Al least a average. Slide nos from Cedar rapids Are Jane Borg 1317 memorial drive be Paula or Ger mod j St. So Brien Gibson 3241 Dairy Dale it. So Gregory Paulssn 657 Valley Brook or. Be Robert Sommers 2005 Franklin ave. Be Maureen Thomp son Jacolyn or. Be. Over co club the Over 60" club met at the Jane Boyd Community House with 34 present March 17. Or. Hopson and mrs. Hardy of the Depar Lenl of social welfare were Here to answer questions o Nold age assistance. Refreshments were served by the women of the Eden United Church of Chrisl mrs. Lumir j. Shebetka mrs. Roy e Gill mrs. James Chukas mrs. H. C. Robinson. The club Sang Happy birthday for two members. Travelling Bingo was played and everyone had an enjoyable afternoon Loc per copy t area x and it. Mercy so miso issues conference i iras announced today that Alea l9n Community College in corp Einhor Willi mount mercy College in ced ii rapids will an issues Confer Cnoc on american foreign policy 1 Ioli the issues conference will be held sit Idaj april 6, from d to 3 in my Quiej auditorium at mount mercy and is open to tie Public. Speakers at the Day Long conference will include Iowa congressman John a Culver and Fred d Sci Mencl or. Gordon Knox of the u. S. Slate department and professor ankh of v i i of mount mercy. The overriding theme of the conference will be u. S. Foreign policy in this crucial election year Jim Rogers coordinator of general adult education at area ten said that the idea of staging such an Issue con Fenby grew out of the great decisions foreign policy discussion series sponsored this year by area ten Rogers added we were delighted when the Opportunity to work with mount mercy presented itself and we have been Able to expand our original plans consider ably As a Rogers also emphasized that the speakers j Broad Range of viewpoints and the it those attending will have n Good Chance not to listen and learn but to speak up ask questions ind except some the background of the speakers at the conference is impressive Gordon know a. Special assistant to the assistant Secretary of state for educational and cultural affairs. He has stoned m capacities in Moscow Vicuna and Stockholm. He also served As Deputy director of British affairs and was attached to the u. S. Embassy in London during the Suez crisis in 1950 where lie stayed until 1864. He has recently been diplomatic relations the countries of Southeast Asia. Second District representative Jiember of the House foreign on lie and foreign eco ignite is also i Mem ber of the on Unanian can activities year headed study Mission to the soviet Union. First District congressman Fred d. is a member of the House Public works committee and he House administration committee. In he Wurn Kasday april 3, ims area College receives i or Opportunity Grants her Elmer coordinator of student i Mannl aids and placement for area ten j Community College has announced the acc Cpl of a educational Opportunity i my for the department of health flu cation and welfare. Is for the period of july 1, -9g8, through june 30, 19651. The funds will be used to assist students in need of financial Aid to begin or continue to licit higher education Heisler holed dial approximately 10 percent of the area ten students Are cur renal ice iving i Newial assistance. In audition to Sale and Federal funds area ten has received financial for students from Industry service organizations churches and other sources in the seven county area comprising merged area Lui. He added however All funds piece Utlz available to our students do not meat lie financial needs being experienced by Largo numbers of the area student body the anticipated increase in enrol ment do school year i also in quirk additional student Aid funds. Must hug ister boats 1ht1i county recorder the boat registration regulations being by the county record Eis acquire Ihal the must determine thai the sales and use tax has Bun paid if not then the recorders must collect lax before issuing the boat registration. When a boat is purchased the owner Musl apply in person to tile county recorder for a License and bring with him a Bill of Sale or receipt that the tax Lias been Piid and Ihen sign an affidavit to Iho effect thai he. Must be prepared to pay the tax before we can Issue him a License. The above applies to boats purchased from out of the slate even though they Are purchased from individuals. On Homo made boats being licensed for Lime sales receipts Foi m i legals used in building the boil ind Pui Chase of motor must be Pilsen cd to the Rico idea Jand affidavit signed stating tax has brei paid in All component pails Ofoia Ichii tation can be completed Tor it thei conceit my boil registration Call 01 wite r p pit Cohly recorder courthouse Cedar rapids Iowa. Phone Pic Hale fires highest score during Mah Manship training Iii cd o the president i at the White Otise. Professor Anthony the american diplomatic historian at mount mercy College. I an Advance registration fee of cover the Cost and Rolls in the morning and a noon luncheon in the col lege cafeteria. As the seating arid dining facilities Are limited reservations should no reservations can be accepted for the e luncheon after thursday april 4th. Officials stressed Howe Civ that individuals not wishing to eat on Campus Are Welcome to attend free of charge a Large turnout is expected. Conference coordinator Rogers added that this crucial Ellion year in which so much depends on our overseas posture an issues conference of this kind provides thoughtful citizens Wilh an excellent Opportunity to learn about and discuss our present foreign policy and its alternatives. We have the men who have the answers and who arc where the action is. It should he a very exciting individual combat trainee Marine pvt. Freymuller is san Diego Marine private Max a. Frey Hiller has graduated from recruit raining at the Marine cart it depot Here and will now undergo from two to four weeks of individual combat training and Hen after leave at Home will report to has first Marine corps assignment. The intensified Marine recruit training emphasizes rigid physical conditioning and survival techniques both at sea and ashore to develop self Confidence and endurance. Marksmanship Wilh the m-i4 Rifle and 45-caliber pistol Are equally stressed and close order Drill instills the traditions of Marine corps team work. Parents without Charles Jones Lay theologian spoke april 19 to parents without. Partners at the first presbyterian Church. Single parents Wilh or without custody Welcome. Two Hurt in. Explosion two Iowa Falls men Frank Dutton and Paul sch Meier escaped serious injury recently when a boiler exploded Al the Ellsworth Hospital. Cast Iron plates from the end of the boiler mangled Metal doors 250 feet away san Diego Calif. Marine private first class Handy l. Hale completed re cruel training at the Marine corps re Cruit depot Here. A graduate of Thomas Jefferson High school he is the son of or. And mrs. Billy l. Hale of 264 15th St. New and entered the service in january 1068. He was graduated with the distinction of having fired the highest score of his platoon during Markn Manship train ing firing 231 Oul of a possible 250 Willi the m-14 Rifle in Competition with some 75 other marines in his platoon. Following graduation the marines report to Camp Joseph ii. Pendl Clon near Oceanside Calif., for individual combat training. Airman Starks to specialize As aircraft maintenance Man san Antonio airman Edwin w. Slarks has completed Basic training Al Lackland fab Texas. He has been As signed air Force technical train ing Center at Chuanle fab ill., for specialized schooling As an aircraft maintenance specialist. The son of or. And mrs. Ichard e of 2nd ave. 5th St. Springville he graduated from Serin g Piile High school in 1967. A Keck to train at Lackland As policeman san Antonio airman Larry d. Gre co son of or. And mrs. Leo l. Greco of b ave. Be has completed Basic training at Lackland fab Texas. He is remaining at the air Force technical training Center for specialized schooling As a Security policeman. Airman Greco a 19g5 graduate of Regis High school at tended want Wortlie military Academy Lex to. Live theatre Here in fall Marine Hoover in search and destroy Mission in Viet Nam Viel private first class Richard c. I louver son of or. And mrs. Charles a. Hoover of 20-13 a Avenue ne., is serving Willi he u. S. Marine corps in Vietnam. At a member of the third Lial Lalion first Marine division he participated in search and destroy operations keeping Iho enemy off balance. The unit is also engaged in a civic action program designed to assist the Viet namese people in completing self help projects such As the building of Wells Cul verbs Small Bridges and schools. Equip ment and materials for the projects arc made available through the Marine corps Reserve civic action fund. Marines in Viet Nam provide he know How Anil guide the vietnamese people in can Vine out Icse projects. Holi Mai Iafe us graduates cryptographic repair school Mae Island Calif. _ electronics technician third class Obert j. Mahau us son of or. And mrs. Robert p a Han of 1108 20th ave. So was graduated from he cryptographic repair school u. S. Naval schools command Mare is land Vallejo Calif. Lie is now qualified of install repair main Linin and on talc special com Nuudi c if ions cum incl on Bond ships ind Stilton of the Niu Ihu of 5 Logn Plenc repay school is one of four schools at he schools Cor Milind the Solhei schols ire guided missiles Dala systems technician school and fire control technician class a school. Tii Eisen and serious Elk finish Leatherneck comi iat Taining Camp Pendleton Calif. Marine privates Molvin ii. Theisen son of or. And mrs. Charles Theisen of 3000 Ellis blvd. New and William w. Serbousek son of or. And mrs. Wesley Serbousek of route 2, comply cd two weeks of training under simulated combat conditions in the1 fundamentals of Day and night employment of infantry weapons survival methods and assault tactics at this Marine corps base. This individual combat training is Given every Marine after his graduation from recruit training. Taught by combat exl Crien cd non officers of the infantry raining regiment Here it prepares the Young Leatherneck to be come Parl of the Marine air ground com bal learn. While in the Field lie is Langho How o use hand grenades a Compass and the principles of Man Reading and Hind Iii Vigallon. Lie learns lock cd and disarm mines find Booby craps and while exposed d live machine gun fire he learns to Advance safely from line Point of another. From this course they arc scheduled to go on to More advanced training before being assigned to permanent units. Keith Terrell to West Point Washington John c. Culver announced today Hal Keith War Ren Terrell a second District High school senior whom he had earlier nominated has received an appointment to the United states military Academy Al Wesl Point. Keith is the son of or. And mrs. Maynard Terrell Rural ii Oule Maynard Iowa. Terrell will graduate from West can iral High school where he is a member of the Honor society. Sgt. Game a. Dennis in Viet Nam with u. S. Comi iat air forces Viet sergeant Gary a. Dennis son of or. And mrs. Earl d. Dennis of route i Palo is on duly at Bien Iloa Ali Viet Nam. Sergeant Dennis a vehicle operator is a member of the Pacific air forces. He is a Radii ale of Shullsburg Iowa cons. High school. Thailand duty for airman James a. Gray u. S. Air focus Thailand air Man first class James a. Gray son of or. And mrs. Frank e. Gray of m01 7lh i ave. Be is on duly Al Rakhli Royal thai fab Thailand As an intelligence special 1st. Lie is a Grad of Washington High. Live professional theatre in Eastern loj a since the Cherry Sisters old Greene s opera House in Cedar ran of ids. There is even a sign in a now booking office which Stales if you think you re Good try Cedar i presently Here is a group who riot 1 Only think they arc Good they Are try u Cedar rapids. T. Production offices have opened Here lie Cedar Valley theatre. Conceived by a group of theatrical people All Rig finally from he Midwest the theatres will he an All professional residence in Eastern Towa. Plans run the first season of comedies and musicals beginning in october. 1968.ja various programs Are being Rcd including a tour of Iowa towns and a summer workshop for students. The Purk pose of this theatre will be to serve then slate of Iowa in the advancement of Culk lure and education. F. Several locations in Eastern being considered. An existing building St or one easily converted into a 400-500 Seal theatre is being sought. J f a quiet Campaign for sponsors is Nowr underway and in late july lion Campaign will begin reaching residents of Eastern Iowa. By scribing to the Cedar Valley play goers will save on prices. The Cedar Valley theatre Hopes to be i come a major cultural Assacl to the stall Success of this project Wilh the foresight of in this area Cedar in cite will become one of the oils Lind int is deut professional theatres in this county i i 01 fun Ihei information about the Cedar Villey i Citie Wale p 0 Box 4264. Cedar rapids Iowa 52407. 12 lutheran delegates take off on asian tour twelve delegates will leave Cedar rap ids april 20 on a world missionary tour to the far East. The Lour is being sponsored by the first lutheran Church As part of ils second Century of Faith Cen Tennial Observance. The group will be vis iting numerous Mission Fields of the Luth eran Church in such places As Japan Taiwan Hong Kong and Hawaii. 5 the three week Lour will take Iho Gates to such far away places As Iliff i Shima Japan where they will visit Woride famous peace Park and learn of the a a bomb devastation during War they will also visit our air Force instal of lations on the Island of Taiwan whichris1 the main support group for Viet Nam in Hawaii the delegation will receive Days of orientation with Iho lutheran Church in America there. The tour will return to Cedar rapids May 17. Members of the delegation Are mrs. Fred Howe miss Alice mrs. George or. And Mcdonald mrs. Mrs Povolny or. And Wulfsberg and pastor and mrs. George Carlson. I from soot Camp to Viet Nam we All decided to stick Danang Viet Nam from private to sergeant from Bool Camp to 2f Palms Calif., from he Security of Stalc Side duty to he War in Viet Nam. Fivi marines have served together continue Ousby in Viet Nam for the last iwo year s t it must be Devotion to said Serij Eaul r. T. Greear Moo Maple Wooi for after our Iris tour in Infin we All decided to suck Wilh the seventh communications battalion. A unil of Ilic first Marine division the battalion first arrived in t he Lai to years ago. Since Ihen Greear and his four Bool Camp buddies sergeants l. Bryand Oklahoma ally Oila i and g. H. Conson Middleton calf corporals j. W. I Ryan Lepa Irto Ark and ii. W. Ehmpke Evergreen Park have extended heir Lourd of daily in Viel Nam. Members of he construction platoon Alliey moved Wilh the Ballarion in augus of last year to heir present command Post South of Danang. When we first arrived in Viet Nam Greear explained we were either Pri Vales or privates first class. The Only stateside duly we had seen was 29 Palm Calif., and Hen the battalion moved out it s Insl that we be been with the Bat Talion so Long it s kind of grown on us. 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