The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 10, 1970 · Page 16
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654 Vote for _ m_m '_.i f_j*tt * » N model Cities AredBoatd D.M. Sisters Tops Amusement Park ' /row Page One Force ROTC aux-iliary, Angel Flight. \ _._ After..Junch the students and area residents met in small groups lo discuss (he Model - €ittes "flrograro^AHd-, nelghbo hood problems in general, ter. said. Plan Survey Drake, is planning future projects involving the Model Cities area, including a survey to be fakeri ifTthe fall by~ 1,000 Drake student volunteers. • Final, unofficial returns in (;he Mod^l Cities election showed the following winners: ; Rodney J. Ryan, 1410 Fourth St., at-large board position; Comaletta Smart, 1603 Thirteen St., two-year term as youth representative on the board; Marvin Allen, jr., 1061] Ninth St., and James W. Car- trr. 1245 Fifteenth St., both one- year youth terms. William E. -Ganlcy, 1213 Twenty-second St., Thelma M. Clark, 114 Tenth St., and Floyd Logging, 1603 thirteenth St. All were unopposed for the board arid won two-year terms. i Successful write-in candidates j Matt, Daughter were Sister Darlyn, a student at the Bishop Drumm home, p-d-Paul Walley of 1618 Eighth si. The election', open to all Model City area residents age IB and above, attracted 654 voters. In Baton Twirling (t'h« RtaUfer'i j*w» Klewi Strvlc*) PELLA, IA. — Julie am! Jeri To Open in DM. Riverview Amusement Park, B«s Mdinftijunday ft§gist*r '._!**.... marksmanship «« »•• *? " " ' ' 'and'an instant Photomatic machine. Streamlined Wild Motis/ 'Way tO> .... .Local Section wall taiilrllno" a oift and WaU "' * g The park;' 'Which will remain Balducki won the Junior State Eighth and Corning Streets, will i u , ' u-l iooen throueh labor Day Duet Championship in baton !_„ i(e ,«,« ' JL. „,' R ., rt |nir shop featur.ng novelties, he- ; open through Labor nay twirling at Pella Saturday during the annual Tulip Festival. open its 1970 season at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. -inflated balloons, hats and! at 5:,10 p.m.^iaily and at noon ''stuffed animals; an expanded!on Sundays and holidays. Start- Julie, 13, and Jeri, It, are the! New attractions this year in-jarcade including rfevtf Speed-iing in June, every Wednesday daughter's of Mr. and Mrs. Joe j elude a 20-by-20-foot "Pillow way. Sea Raider and Machine'will be 6-cent day. _ Balducki of 7202 S.W. " ' ** Thirteenth St. C.R. Man Dies After Crash REGISTER PHOTO BY DAVE PENNEY Twelfth Street Cleanup Task Young people pick up screens on Twelfth Street just south of Dowling High vSchool Saturday during a cleanup campaign in the Model Cities area. The campaign, held on Model Cities election day, was conducted by Drake University students and Model Cities youths and residents. Heralding the arrival of the cleanup crew was the Drake Rand on the truck, background. -' POET SPEAKS IN D.M. James Dillet Freeman, poet, author and lecturer, will speak at Unity Center of Des Moines, 414 Thirty-first St., at 7:30 p.m. today. Killed in Crash (Th« Rnqistw-j iow« News service) j right, authorities said. RAYMOND, 1A.-A Waterloo! The car burst into flames jmorial Hospital of injuries stif- ! fered in the accident. His i daughter. Gail, was killed out-iP ullod ;train, which was going west at! 1 (Tha Register's Iowa News Service) IOWA GJ.TY IA. - Dan-ell Kubik, 23, of Cedar Rapids, • died Friday at University Hos- j pitals here of internal injuries.; suffered Apr. 25 in a two-car] accident in Johnson County j three miles north of North Lib-j erty on U.S. Highway 2t8. ! Kubik was a passenger in a car driven by LerOy Carson, 19, of Cedar Rapids which collided with a car driven by Robert! Hickenbottom, 27, of Geneseo, III. Carson and Hickenbottom were treated for minor injuries. DM. Boat Unit Elects Officers George W. Newsom was elected commander of the Des Moines Power Squadron Satur- day.XThe Power Squadron is a group ^organized for safe-boat-1 ing educational programs. Other officers are Vincent Bobenhouse, executive officer; J. ' t^rJsvnr* T*)AM«* n *J Wt i**l«t«n I ! ••«. the Strueckcr car, going north; Edgar p ope) administrative of-; at. about 25 miles into the an hour, ficer: Earl D. Gray\education- of the ; about 55 miles an hour. The girl was thrown from man and his 14-year-old daugh-jafter iLstruck an Illinois Ccn-| the car and was dea( j at [he and was pulled from the burning wreck- pies, treasurer. Everybody eise> air conditioning no%v looks square Carrier's lion ml "'Oiif* Has Arrived! • Carrier goes weather! 'Round turning oil the • "Round" Is the new shape In Currier central »lr conditioning . . « real b£*ak- through in coiWort and -.appearance. • "Round" means nn extra-large coll lor mon efficient coolina. i "Round' tushes — loveliness of vour home and yard It's no longer a box. means you can hide II In th« thiit unit blends into the • "Round" means that vour,. neighbor/ will remain friendly because Carher Is QUIET! And because the hot air goes straight UD and »*av. . • Your Carrier dealer will survey vour home and give you a FREE ESTIMATE lor a professional installation! • "Come 'Round lo Carrier" for the newest and best In air conditioning! • Onlv Unit With'Brains ... we built In a comouKir-like timing device that guards anainst damaqe to Ihe comoressor Irom too-rapid on-and-olf operation. Keeps On Invtntint Air Coxdltlonlnf Bell Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning JMJ »TH AVENUE DES MOINES TELE: H4-D911 Schaal Furnaci Company FIRST «. UNIVERSITY DES MOINES TELE: JM-3431 See On* (I tht Following Authorized Wyckoff-Horn Heating & Air Conditioning ?3I5 UNIVERSITY AVENUE DES MOINES TELE: 279-9/31 OMItril Comfort Conditioning 702 WEST ASHLAND INDIANOt.A TELE: 94I-.1930 chest injuries. Struecker tcr were killed Saturday after-jtral freight train and was| sccne O f massive, head noon in a car-train accident onUhrown 150 feet, the Black the Dunkerton County Road Hawk County Sheriff's office two miles east of here. jreported. Sheriff's officers said!age by a passing motorist. He Authorities said Carl Louis;the train's engineer, George I.'died later of massive chest in- Struecker, 56, died in Allen Me-^Nelsnn of Walrrloo, lold Ihcmjjuries and Ihird-degrce burrts. 17 GOOD REASONS THE HUSKYS ARE COMING WITH A FREE MOWER WHEN YOU BUY A NEW BOLENS HUSKY TRACTOR FROM YOUR PARTICIPATING DEALER 1 Offer expires " June 25,1970 While they last... ... you can get a fret mower attachment with the"purchase of your Bolens Husky. Power ratings from 7 through a big and husky 12 hp model! Put this team together, and they'll cut your lawn care time in half! Add a Snow Caster next fall and your Bolens will work for you 12 months of the year. 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