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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - October 2, 1968, Cedar Rapids, IowaRani is pub lib Tuy 3ul ave. Be i citizen times volume six number 28 4378, cellar rapids clash mailing permit pending deep River la. 52222. Wednesday oct. Stolen laughter j nine year old Tommy who brought Home a terrible report asked his father what do you think the trouble with me is dad heredity or envy a preacher was admonishing his flock on the evils of doing business on sunday. And re he said there will be no business conducted in voice from the rear no body s business Ever went to heaven Culver tells results of National issues Survey two retired citizens discus sing their ailments. I have a nagging pain in one said one the other replied. It must be old suffer i Don t think so. My other leg is just As old and does t Hurt a bit join us in a wee Toast to the Highland Scotts. After All they wore pm first congressman John Culver has a noun help wanted help wanted mate female. Do you want to make month guaranteed salary based on our rear events 30 hour week. No soliciting. If interested Call 366-7364 be tween 9 and 1 daily to Textra Money part time All Ages. Phone Watkins store Cedar rapid s 363-3680. Of s a 7-________ Al wanted to buy striking clocks.-221 10th c.r., Tel Ephone 365-8935. For rent we can a limited number of new patients at Irene s nursing Home 848 2nd ave. Be Cedar rapids. Phone 364-3743. Of ced the re stilts of Moie than initial replies which he has received from the residents of the second District m spouse to his fourth annual questionnaire requesting opinions on major National issues. There has never been a a greater or More obvious need in this country for participation by the widest sector of our population in the decision making pro Culver noted. The problems w e face today both for eign and Domestic Are which affect every Man and woman in this coun open House at area x oct. 27 Progress 68 plans for Progress 68, the first area ten All College open House to be held from 2 00-5-00 p m. On sunday october 27, Are nearing their final stages according to area ten College officials. All Community College facilities with the exception of the greenhouse will be open during the function. The open House Marks the first time that the 315 acre main Campus 7301 Bowling Street Southwest will be officially open to the Public. The Campus houses Twenty re Locatable buildings including classrooms laboratories a learning resource Center administration offices and a student lounge As Well As the beginnings of the first permanent building for the Campus. Each department will have All its equip ment on display and will have student and staff members on hand to explain equip ment and programs As Well As to answer questions and conduct Tours. In addition most departments have formulated special plans for the open House. The data processing computer will demonstrate some of its strange Powers As it plays a number guessing game with visitors and then entertains them with a musical exhibition in the practical nursing department students demonstrations of various skills Learned in the program will be featured. Students will demonstrate first Aid skills show the Correct procedure for living a hypo and demonstrate the Best Way to Bathe a baby. Fine arts will be featured on the main Campus As the Art department sponsors an Riley wants to feed starving biafran children Cedar state senator Tom Riley Republican candidate for con Gress from Iowa s second District today called for the u. S to take the Lead and begin providing food and medical supplies to the starving civilian population in Biafra Africa Riley termed the biafran crisis the most inhumane the world has witnessed since Dachau. _ 1 it is time we Stop muttering under noting that the response to year s Tery is made will also be Given. The music department will present a concert ol4he, troubadours and the area their first Public ten appearance of the year. Visitors Are invited to begin their tour questionnaire was larger than in any pre at the Mam Campus maps locating each vacancies for elderly persons at it Vernon rest Home Call 895-8675. Of services sewing machine repair 14 years experience feb. Special Reg 695, now write Wolfe sewing machine co Vernon or phone 895-8765. We also have several sewing machines a person with Good credit May take for payments Zig arg portables or cabinets. Printing machinery for Sale Linotype presses paper cutters All sizes. Charles v. Dunham deep River rec Ord 515 595-2362. Products store ave. So Cedar rapids phone 363-3680 or. Mrs. F. R. Davidson Vious year and represented every area and interest in the District he called particular attention. To the indications of general dissatisfaction with the present presidential election process noting that 777 percent favored replacing National conventions with a National Pri Mary and 85.4 percent supported direct popular vote of the president instead of electoral College. However Only 20.2 percent favor legislation to make the costs of campaigns a Public expense rather than dependent on private gifts while 64.7 percent opposed the proposal and 15.1 percent held no opinion. In dealing with crime and which was listed by 69 8 percent As the top Nonty problems in this nation today humanitarian Riley the Republican congressional Candi facility will be available to All locations to enable visitors to move from one location to another As conveniently As pos sible. Western Frontier Art goes on display Here oct. 27 artists of the Western Frontier a major collection of Oil paintings water colors and sketches depicting the exploration and settling of the american West will go on display saturday october 26 at the Cedar Art Center. The exhibit commemorating second anniversary of the Art Center s opening will continue through december 22, according to director dorm Young. The collection of Western Art is owned 624 favored stricter regulation of the by Northern natural Gas company of Content of television programs 687 per Omaha Nebraska. It is being brought to cent greater Federal assistance for local j police correction and rehabilitation Agen cies and 76 effective Public the Cedar rapids Art Center under the sponsorship of Iowa Illinois Gas and elec tric company and Iowa electric Light and i in it. V i 1 and private programs in Power company the two Vest of owned and education to improve conditions in the. Utilities serving Cedar rapids. Cities for its first showing in Iowa artists the second ranking priority problem is of the Western Frontier will be supple the War m Vietnam according to 60.9 per-1 rented with selections from two other cent of the replies in response to the Western Art collections owned by North question about preferable action Dunn go and Jet the selections from preliminary peace talks in Paris 20 Pei r cent favored continuation efforts at the intensification on the de bombing is.4 unilateral Ces. A station by the in All bombing in the natural Gas will furnish several water eminent four to Uve persons out of every j .si-i-.j.-, i rim it Tcori Una Mph weekly and at least three a George Catlin collection owned by the smithsonian Institute at Washington . From the Catlin collection there la be paintings of4he Sac and Fox indians done in Iowa Early in the 19th Century. Northern Date isaid he favored full use of America s amoral influence to obtain United nations action in aiding the starving population he emphasi7ed, however that a s. Aid should not be held up pending the Initia i Tion of such a program we should simply Tell the world that it u no longer possible for us to stand by and wring our hands while children Are starving we should begin flights of mercy to Biafra Riley said. I real ize this is extra Ordinary action but this is an extra Ord Mary situation he said the nigerians or perhaps a Neutral nation should be free to inspect5 the u s. Planes to make sure they contain Only food and medical supplies commenting on the possible danger of involvement in the Digenan Biafra War Riley emphasize Omie was advocating Mili tary or technical assistance or anything resembling Foo d and Medicine for starving Chinlien. I Don t even if our planes or some other nation s Are so the food gets Riley Riley scored the administration pkg not the leadership and failing to take a plainly humanitarian stand Long before j a i think it Mcie Dible that the u has not spoken out As a nation using Jfe full weight of its diplomatic and moral per suasion demanding that food get to Thesa he said the level of food now available is hot sufficient to maintain Afef just enough to. Prolong agony he said that according to figures by the biafran gov North and 20.5 percent unilateral with colors from its Karl Bodmer collection drawl from its Alfred Jacob Miller Cellec wit i regard to the voluntary feed acquired by Northen in-1965 grains program 20.4 percent favored a four year Extension andr Jufu one year cd tension Bodmer a Swiss artist journeyed up the Missouri River in 1833-34 with Prince Alexander Phillip Maximilian and produced Moje than 400 and sketches via Rich depict. The Plains indians Ike doctor s Gonna Behink we re gigged our wanted or program at had no opinion about it. The most divided opinion appeared Ohl fhe his habitat with a degree. Of skill in question reducing the voting age matched by any other artist. All of the to 18 with 47 percent supposing Sif Ockl Bodmer sketches made during his amen action and 40.5 percent opposing it 12.51 can travels were purchased by Northern percent were undecided. On the draft 50.6. Natural Gas in 1962. Percent favored selection by lottery with Millar ill Prim the youngest eligible called first and any deferred students treated As the youngest group upon leaving College. The plan was opposed by 24.5 percent and 24.9 percent weekly and at least three j of the ser Are from starvation. Apply the 3 per cent starvation figure to the population n in Bia up with a Oatrus per week Jriley said. J this was especially Fragie because the u s had surplus Able and would have More this it could Send to the starving biafran at very nominal Cost. The Miller collection is a pictorial record a trip made by scotsman William Drummond Stewart across the Prairie to a trappers on the Green continued on Back Page More Art exhibit unions. Endorse Humphrey the Iowa Al Cio news letter for october urges Union members to vote. The Union leaders have endorsed the entire state democratic ticket in Iowa All demo cratic candidates for Congress and the Humphrey Muskie candidacy. J a

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