The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on January 21, 1972 · 20
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20 Friday, Jonuory 21. 1972 Watirloo Daily Courier, Waterloo. Iowa I Driving Instructors At UNI (Courier News Bureau) CEDAR FALLS - Some 30! specialists in the field of driver education from 10 states and the District of Columbia will arras teJdtrs aid consultants at the third annual North Cen tral Region American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association seminar Saturday and Sunday at the University of Northern Iowa. "The conference is aimed at improving teaching methods and techniques in driver and traffic safety education and promises to be one of the outstanding driver education sym posiums in the midwest this year," said Ivan Eland, senior board member of the North Central Region of the organization and UNI director of safety education. 200 to Attend Over 200 high school and university driver education in structors and state education department representatives are expected to attend the conference, which will be in the UNI Commons. Eland said the conference participants will select one of four sections in which to par ticipate. These are symposiums THEATER Time Schedule FRIDAY Joy," 1:30, 3:30, CINEMA I "Its 5:30, 7:30, 9:30. CINEMA II "Ont Day hi the Life el ivon Dcnisev," 1:15, 3:11. :u. t:i MINI CINEMA 1 "B In Acllon,' "But Bench," II to 11. STRAND "The; French Connection," , I, It. CROSSROADS I "Dirty Horry," 7. t. crossroads II "The Panic In Needle : Park," 7:30, 9:30. ', REGENT "Blest the Beasts and Children," 7:30, 9:30. ' WATERLOO "The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight," 7:30, 9:30. ALL ACES ADMITTED GP ALL AGES ADMITTED (Portntai Guidance $vsgesea) RESTRICTED I Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED Woman Enters Guilty Plea; Fined $50 (Courier News Bureau) CEDAR FALLS - Eva Mar garet Barnett, 38, of 1723 Wa terloo Road, pled guilty here Thursday in Municipal Court ot charges of striking an un attended vehicle, failure to re port an accident and deceiving an officer. She was fined $30 and costs. Police arrested Mrs. Barnett shortly before dawn Thursday! morning. She was accused of striking a new station wagon last Saturday night belonging to Cedar Falls Community School District. The station wagon sustained about $175 damage, police said. on classroom, simulation, driving range and bchind-the-whcel instruction. Leaders and consultants will kick off the sessions with a series of brief talks which will serve as a basis for discussion. "These men are top names in the driver education field," said Eland. They include high school, college and university driver education instructors and state education department representatives. Local participants include Eland, Ray Wright and Richard Meyerhoff, both driver edu cation instructors in Waterloo schools. University Museum Diversified (Courier News Bureau) CEDAR FALLS - After 79 years under variously - named science departments at the variously - named college-university in Cedar Falls the University Museum last summer was transferred to the Field Services Division of the University of Northern Iowa. Reason for the change, ac cording to Museum Director Pauline L. Sauer, was the increasing diversity of the mu seum. It was founded in 1892 as a 'cabinet of natural history," she said, displaying geological specimens in a science classroom. Now, however, the museum has expanded its collection to include 75,000 specimens cover ing subject matter from what is believed to be the largest mas- ladon tusk in the world to a display of Civil War relics. Anthropology Presently, the fastest-growing area of the museum is in an thropology, including collections from Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands and Central and South America. Most outstanding in the an thropological area is the col- i H Bcrfaecue Ribs $g35 .sarorday opecio 'Tl Serving U.S. Choice! I': Steaks Every Night innrni t mm iMrcniAk Luunuc and CoMe Shop MAPLE LANES RIVIERA BALLROOM JANESVILtE,IOWA Dance to: Kenny Hofer and His Band . On Sat., Jan. 22 Dial 971-2361 r W-2S02 for Reservations CEDAR FALLS DAY TO DAY Northeast Iowa Deaths Re ported (COURIER NEWS SERVICE) AUGUST EDWARD VOIGHT IOWA FALLS - Services for August Edward Volght, 80, who died Thursday at Ellsworth Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Sat urday at the Linns Funeral Chapel; burial in the Union Sartori Memorial Hospital BIRTHS LOWE, Mr. and Mrs. James. ICS Horn- mono, vkaierioo, airi. r , , ..... U:- permam, Mr. and, Mrs. . Hj 17M "iciciv, ouxvivuia luuuue uia biuson, coy. ADMISSION! BOMMERT, Mrs. HOrst, 114 E. 21st, suraico . BROWN, NelSOn, 115 FOMBOW, mOICOI HEYER, Dennis, 751 Sherman, Water loo, medical. Marshall, Morion, Black Hawk Coun ty Home, Waterloo, suraical. KAitLii-c nvs. KODeri, mis Home- woy, surgical. dismissal BALDWIN, Amondo, Rt. 3. RIMARCIK, James, 2222 Clay. SEERY, Mrs. Daniel, 2510 Valley Park. reyek, Lawrence, iu w. sin. WALLENE, Howard, 3915 Spruce Hill K LAG 65, Steven, Jsos Knoll Ridge. THOMS. Charles, Hudson. CHRISTENSEN, Dennis, 3220 Panther. DIXON, Forrest, 1235 Julan, Waterloo. WEEKLEY, Mrs. David, 1111 Four Winds. SITTER, Mrs. Dennis, 1404 College. HUVTFDDF. Michael. 110 Franklin. RTZPATRICK, Dale, 1730 Carriage Hill, Waterloo. KOCH, Denise, 1226 Viking Rd. lection of ancient and contem porary Peruvian civilization, in cluding Nasca ceramics and tex tiles 1,500 to 2,000 years old, and artifacts of 17 Peruvian lung tribes from the Amazon head waters. The museum, located in the Physical Plant Shops building on 31st St. west of Hudson Road, is open free of charge on school days from 1 to 4:30 p.m. during the academic year, and from 9 a.m. to noon during the summer session. It is also open from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on the first and third Sundays of each month. Featuring at The BAMBOO TAP Fri.-Sat. Nights THE BIG DOG Country and Rock 1814 6th st. EVANSDALE PRIME RIB BUFFET Starts SUNDAY at 11:30 A.M. Choice prim rib plus ether jtfhClRT assorted meats and vegetables. V Superb dining. Wjf OF CEDAR FALLS Highway 218 and Waterloo Road Formerly REV Entry Blank Chicken 1 EL plltirf I II j II T'TMU Hill S ' --- f mtesti ji5 i and win. fill in ! fSjS brina it any of I STEAK A COMPLETE MEAL n.79 8-Oz. Strip Sirloin Baked or Steak House Fries, Tossed Salad, and Texas Toast. UNIVERSITY AVENUE Across from College Square Shopping Center aEAXFAST IS CETTEB AT E1G wT"! . , m asSk . I? Sunday Family Breakfast Sun., Jan. 23, 6:30 A.M.-1 1 A.M. PANCAKES Ham, Bacon, Sausage or Two Eggs Reg. .95 75 i i mo eggs! Ham, Bacon j or Sausage Hash Brown Potatoes I Toast & Jelly 1.05 Reg. 1.25 COUPON VALID fOH MY NUMBER IN FAMllY I I I wife, Luella; two sons, Keith M. of Eagle Grove and FrancV; E. of Radcliffe; two daughters, Mrs. Loo Lloyd Riber and Mrs Jacob Mirian, both of Iowa Falls; two brothers, Louis of Iowa Falls and Frank of An- sonia, Ohio; 21 grandchildren, and 13 greata-grandchUdren MRS. CHARLES HONTS INDEPENDENCE Services for Mrs. Charles Honts, 72, former resident of New Hamp ton, who died Thursday at the People's Memorial Hospital, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the White Funeral Home in Independence and at 2 p.m Monday at the Perry-Conway Funeral Home in New Hampton; burial in the New Hampton Cemetery; survivors include her husband, Charles of Indepen dence; a daughter, Mrs. James Hooper of Lancaster, Calif.; two sons, Eugene Davis of New Hampton and William Davis of Lamar, Mo.; 11 grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Bertha Blades of Ozark, Mo., and two brothers, Homer Jackson of Springfield, Mo., , and Harm- Jackson of PhiTnrfnTnfoia "Mn JOHN SVENDSEN sisters, Mrs. John Riffenrath of CASTALIA Services for Winot, Neb., Mrs. Fred Hage- John Svendsen, 94, who died man of Fort Atkinson, and Mrs. Nick Hageman of Calmar. Wednesday at the Winneshiek County Memorial Hospital in Decorah, will be at 11 a.m. Sat urday at the Zion Lutheran Church in Castalia; burial In the Stavanger Cemetery at Os- sian; survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Lyle Breit sprecher of Ossian, Mrs. Theodore Zweibohmer and Mrs. Har- ley Thompson, all of Ossian, and Mrs. Harry Bachelder of Cas- talia; four sons, Arthur and John, both of Castalia, Norman of Ossian and Ruben of Law- ler; 29 grandchildren and 29 great - grandchildren; Schmitz Funeral , Home in Ossian In charge. FRANK LMOEHL OSSIAN Services for Frank Imoehl. 81. who was killed Thursday in a one-car accident, south of Decorah, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Francis Dc Sales Catholic Church in Os sian; rosary at s p.m. Sunday at the Schmitz Funeral Home in Ossian; burial in the church cemetery; survivors include his wife, Angela; five sons, Jerome of Elma, Ralph of Tucson, Ariz., Nilus of Castalia, Melvin of Luana and La Verne of Elgin; three daughters, Mrs. Gordian Lensing of Fort Atkinson, Mrs. Guido Franzen of Ossian and Mrs. Leo Steinlage of New Hampton; 56 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; three igDoy College Square Shopping Center Name Address-Phone 6401 University Ave. Cedar Falls 1507 La Porte Rd. Waterloo b Januar 31,172. I I I I I I I I oteriooj COLOUfX SANDERS' RCCirE fotichi fried Ctichn. Broadway and ParkRd. Waterloo New Location Kimball and Ridgeway SUNDAY SPECIAL COMPLETE DDCJCJGDS Includes Potatoes, Salad, Roll and Coffee 12 Chicken.. $159 SIRLOIN Steak . . . . . . 210 Open Sat. 1 1 A.M. Until? Open Sun. 1 1 A.M. Until 9 P.M. TRY OUR WEEKDAY LUNCH QD GTOACr 30USG 1 700 LA PORTE RO. The Three E IVOWATPOKKY'S 11ED CAIll'ET A trio of talented brothers known for fhtir Imperson-cfi'oni and danceablo mwi'c Paul, Jtanmt and Pat Kiton plaf everything from thumbas, and cfio-cio'i to Bono Nova and pop tongs. Don't mist them. ' Semi-Private PablirWelrone PORKY'S & CLUB CARDINAL LOUNGE HUDSON IOWA 10 Minutes front Downtown Waterloo Relaxing Atmosphere DANCING Jumbo Hour 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. OPEN 1 P.M. to 2 A.M. YOUR HOSTS: Ina and Charlie Ebert WILLIAM SPECE INDEPENDENCE Services for William Spece, 79, who died Thursday at his home will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the White Funeral Home Chapel; I00F services at 7:30 p.m. and a military memorial service at 8 p.m. at . the funeral chapel; burial with military rites at the Mount Hope Cemetery survivors include four sons, Darrell, Eugene, Vernon, all of Independence, and John of Iowa Falls; two sisters, Mrs. Wilberl Morrison of Oelwein and Mrs. Edith Seeley of Independence, and eight grandchildren. JESSIE J. CRAWFORD ARLINGTON Services for Jessie J. Crawford, 82, who died Thursday morning at the Mercy Hospital in Oelwein, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Gleim Funeral Home: burial in the Taylorsville cemetery survivors include two brothers, Francis of Riverside, Calif. William of Arlington, and one sister, Lucille Crawford of Arl ington. ; ANDREW B. HUTSELL TOLEDO Services for Andrew B. Hutsell, 62, who died Thursday in a Marshalltown hospital, will be at 1:30 p.m Saturday at the Dunlap Funera Home in Bradford, III.; buna; in the Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Kewanee, III.; survivors include his wife, Anna Mae: two daughters. Mrs. Harold Carrison, Peoria, III and Mrs. Robert Manthe of Kewanee, 111., and three grandchildren; a prayer service was at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Henderson ; Funeral Home In Toledo. ELMER FREDRICK STRAWBERRY POINT - Services for Elmer Fredrick, 72, who died Thursday at ihe Delaware County Memorial Hospital in Manchester, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday" at the Emanuel Lutheran Church; burial in the Strawberry Point Cemetery; survivors Include his wife, Julia; a son, Donald of Strawberry Point; ,' brother, John of Arlington, and two grandchildren; Feency Funeral Home in charge. . " " , , KENNETH P. BROWN IOWA FALLS Services for Kenneth P. Brown, 62, who died Wednesday morning at New Providence of a heart attack, will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the First Christian Church; bur ial in Union Cemetery; survivors include wife,; Evelyn;. two sons. Roy of Hubbard and Lt. Robert, U.S. Air Force in Mis- souri; one daughter, Mrs. Robert Thelke of Blairsburg; five sisters, Mrs. Clarence Mardick, ! Mrs. Bert Hensmg, and Mrs. Marion Jones, all of Iowa Falls; Mrs. Leo Bryant or Waterloo and Mrs. Elmer Hansen of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; 12 grandchildren, rt fj a kosm-1 inm -i'MJm WW' NOW 3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30 "IT IS A JOY! An enchanting excursion into the joy of living. Wonderfully perceptive satiric fobs at motherhood, the military, psychiatry and computer dating. Bud Corf is the very embodiment of lost boyhood; Ruth Gordon is beautifully restrained and deeply touching-hers is a performance to cherish. Vivian Pickles is simple perfection!' '-Judith out. New York Mogaimo Steak Roundup 3551 University Ave Phone 235-6277 OPEN SUNDAYS 1 1 A.M. IL 8 P.M. UIHIIIIIIIIII WITHTHISCOUPONIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I NINO'S FINEST QUALITY I U.S.D.A. Choice E I T-DOfJES I r AoDrox.16-Or.Eafh I DINNER E FOR TWO E Includes Baked Potato, Tater Top, E E Salad, Chives, Rolls, Butter, Coffee, Tea I Valid How through Wed., I Jan. 26th, at Any lora Location IV. 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ALSO SERVING PORK CHOPS, CHICKEN, LOBSTER, SHRIMP, FISH AND A FULL VARIETY OF U.S.D.A. CHOICE STEAKS 12; I They met at the funeral of a oerfect stranaer. From then on,things got perfectly stranger and stranger. , ' k . . j 1 -. 1 - 1, roromounl Picture i Prcsanlt HAROLD and MAUDE RUTH GORDON BUDCORT Co-$farring Vivian Pickles, Cyril Cusack, Charlej Tyner, Ellen Getr Produed by Colin Higgini and Charlw B-Molvthill Executive Producer Mildred lewis, Written by Colin Higgini uirecteaoynaiAsriby With Songt by Cat Steven celor by ftckn'toto a t fJP '"' IWItec StKtUTD 'TMhMIIMMI. NOW! ,- 3:15-5:15-7:15-9:15 (coid) 7 V T0DAYI 7 V HOT 1 TAMALE! J ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF A PRISONER IN A SIBERIAN LABOR CAMP . . . ONE DAY DOWN . . . 3,653 DAYS TO GO! r - What Changes More Than The Weather? One Day "Long-Johns" Next Day Short-Shorts! Well, we aren't that Fickle ot the Sveden House. We change, oor menu, once in a while, but mostly try to stay with what you like the most, ond give you the best we can ot the most reasonable price. The Forecasters say it will be a beautiful weekend. Make it a treat by coming lo our house - NOW'S the Time, before Prices Change. ', "Shop Where Year DOLLAR Buys More" (..Somebody Said That). , Cold or Hot, We're Here to Serve You. RIDGEWAY PLAZA 21 12 Kimball Ave. . COM U d U U U 1 fSUMpi . IN THE LIFE OF IVAN DENISOVICH By the dinner of the 1970 Nobel Prize for literature TOM COURTENAY . Alesander Solzhenitswi' ' - ' , " i t&i- ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF IVAM DENISOVICrTW. irF0 burkewmcs maxweU'WC Thompson tt . i . " .... r t-rw. I. r--U", ft1 rw."J li. BARnLl r rTHUMACONNEIl'l 1 109 .m;vi:i l .G -iUeTTTtf 'Jn';T4--irfjJ;M' RtUAm .MSWM.srCAi'lfl VRtOtUOtItSfflODUCIIONi,NOR4Kf.SitA4MANCOl.OI

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