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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 23

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Dei Mdmttit Sunday ftifli Mff 1.0,1976.. . .- TWfd N*Wi Stetfen RIVER (SfWetal DftMtcfi fo th* RetfiMr) CASSVILLE, WlS. - Repre* sehtative- John Culver (Peftt., will speak al'the awards. ceremony 6f the Iowa iGreat River Road Amateur Art Contest, Sunday, July 12, at the agle Point frark ih PHOTO .BY SUNDAY REGISTER IOWA NEWS SERVICE Readjrfor-Gowrie-CentenniaL Mr, and Mrs. Edward Imel of Gowrie are decked out in ''old clothes to publicize the Gowrie Centennial, which will be observed July 2-4. Gowrie merchants have been wearing-the old-fashioned clothes each Saturday to promote the upcoming affair. Imel is chairman of the Centennial. Gowrie is located in Webster County. • ubope. The Ibwa Art Contest, is sponsored by the Dubuque Department of Recreation in co-operation with the, Dubuque Afts Council and with the Iowa Mississippi River Parkway Commission; More than 100 lowajAma- tetir Artists have requested entry -blanks for the contest, Susan Riedel, supervisor of the Fine Arts Council of the Department, said. The theme of the contest is "impressions Along the Great River Road." :This is the third International Art; Contest sponsored by the Mississippi River, Parkway Commission and Great River Road Association which has its headquarters, here. Fiv,e\ $50 purchase prize awards 'for the five best paint- The Register's Iowa NewrServlct 'Nancy' and Her Kids at Gowrie Quadruplet white goats born recently are shown' with their mother in Gowrie. The goats, owned by Dale Neese of Rippcy, were about a week old when pictured with Neeie, left, Lee Benson, & Gowrie auto dealer, and Mrs. Neese, who is holding the proud mother, "Nancy." Neese, a sheep raiser, uses the goat to lead sheep at Lizer's Auction in Gowrie. White goats are unusual. BRICKLAYING GRADS NAMED Graduation ceremonies for 42 young men,who are entering the bricklaying trade were held recently at the Colonial Terrace wing^^^^ INSTITUTE FOR CHEERLEADERS (The Register's Iowa News Service) FAYETTE, IA. - Applications are now being accepted for the sixth annual Cheerleaders' Institute to be held at Upper Iowa College July 12 to 24. 1970, according to Mrs. Mary Kimball, director. - Enrollment at the institute will be limited to 200. A staff of instructors professionally trained by the National Cheerleaders' Association of Dallas, Tex., will handle the instruction • at the college, high school and junior high levels. ..^Last year, girls; representing 44 schools participated in,the institute. '••*. Subjects stressed during the week include cheer-leading techniques, mass demonstrations, songs, pep rallies, crowd psychology, novelty yells, pep squad organization and .sportsmanship. ; A brochure outlining the program and costs is available 'from the Department of Public ^Relations, Upper Iowa College Fayette, la. 52142. They Mourn Parrot's Death (The Register's Iowa News Service) STATE CENTER, IA. — "Polly," the 40-year-old parro who has been in the home o Mr. and Mrs. Carl Foote, de parted this earth last week Polly was quite a bird. Sh talked, screamed and sometimes pouted, so the Foote say. "•' The birdr believed to 'be ove 40 years, was first owned b; Joe Plenets in LaMoille and was then traded to Fred Will for a gas engine. Another rela tive of the Footes had her fo 11 years and. the Footes hav had her ever since. Mrs. Foote says Polly was like one of th family and will be greatl missed. Iowa Parkway Commission as well as a $50 purchase prize award for the most popular painting chosen by the public by ballot. The five top award paintings will then compete for three $200 purchase prize awards at Winnipeg, Canada, July27-Aug. 11. Artists wishing to enter the Iowa-Great River Road Amateur Art Contest should write or call: Susan J. Riedel, program supervisor, Department of Recreation, Bunker Hill, Dubuque, la. 52001. Award A special achievement award for superior performance has, been presented to Michael R. Bruce, nursing assistant from Pershing by B-E. PhllUpj, hospital direc- % : il the 'Vetgip^ Adminis- tratioa HMpital, KnoxvUle. U.S. Grants to Iowa Libraries (Special Dispatch to The Register) WASHINGTON, D.C. - The, Office of Education has approved grants totaling $167,365 to 45 lowa institutions of higher learning for the purchase of library materials, U.S. Senator Jack Miller (Rep;, la.) has announced. They include: First District —.Eastern lowa Community College, Muscatine, $2.985; lowa Wes- College, Mount Pleasant, tt.SOO; eyan Ma 4 Scholarships In Chemistry (The Register's Iowa News Service) FELLA, IA. - Recipients of four Stauffer Chemistry Scholarships at Central College here have been announced by Dr. Arthur J. Bosch, acting chairman of^the Chemistry Department. 'The students will enter Central this fall as freshmen. The scholarships, which are sponsored by the Stauffer Chemical Company, are granted each year to outstanding high school'seniors who plan to major in chemistry, with the exact amount of the award determined by need. .They are for one'year, but are renewable annually upon maintenance of a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Named are Dennis Arthur Nollen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Nollen of Morning Sun, la.; Patsy Lee Hoekstra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thoinas Hoekstra of Gladbrook, la.; James Grootveld, son of Mr. and x Mrs. Harry E. Grootveld, 424 N. Court St., Ottumwa, la.; and Darryl Brent eight-week pre-apprentice training course sponsored by representatives of unions and employers. Symbolic tools of the trade were presented^ to each member of the class which was the largest in the 30-year history of the school.- The course was taught at the Des Moines Area Community College and sponsors were the Iowa State Conference of Bricklayers, the Master Builders of Iowa, the Iowa Concrete Masonry Association and the Structural Clay Products Institute. Ten of the state's 18 bricklayer union • locals sponsored men to the school. The pre-apprentice school graduates enter a four-year apprenticeship period to qualify as journeymen bricklayers anc masons. Those graduated were: Local No. 1, Cedar Rapids: Dave Wi zac, 1945 B ave., • N.E., Cedar Rapids Mark Kallpa, 4907 Midway drive, N.W. Cedar Rapids; and Bob Henna. 1226 Slxt ave., S.E., Cedar Rapids. . . lege, ycrest College, Davenpo A nVb rose College, Davenport, .; leasant, rt. $2, 8'. ege, Burlington , li imunitv Col< e^ ternj in, «,»«; southeastern lowa . ,, -.1 ty Collene, Kepkuk. $2,797; niverslty of. Iowa, lowa City, $17,683. Second District - Clarke College, pu- —-i, $2,B12; Coe College, Cedar Tlapids. ; Cornell College, Mount Vernon, .,- v ; Eastern lowa Community College. .Union, $2,737; Kjrkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, $4,368; Loras College, Dubuque, $2,50fl; Luther College. Decorah. K.603; Mount Mercy CollMe, Cedar Rap- Ids, $2,701; University of Dubuque, Dubuque, $2,500; Upper lowa College, Fayette, $2,875. Third DistrW _ psworth. College, . College, Eaj I* ol 1 Fifth District — American Inst Business, Des Moines. $1,500; Des Area Community College, A ' ...- T —.imunitv College, Ankeny, $3,113; Drake University, Des Moines, $5,548; lowa Central Community Co ege, Fort Dodge, $2,500; lowa State University, Ames. $21,767. sixth oir • Sioux Cltjr, itorm Lake. $! enter, $3,203; College, Commr Mornb District — Briar Cliff ' Buena Vista Adair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T, Adair, ITuTRefinery road, Gainesville, Texvand formerly of Reinbeck, la. IveT, SiE.7 Cedar Local No. 2. DC, IT 1149 Tenth *i t .D*sj MoTr iries, r David Dexter, 19i6_ E* twenty 885 seven Flanagan.'3914 n Fllnn, ines; Larry - K*i FortVr ixter, UK Moines; ennelh'Johns"ton, T J7j< l fe. I 'Yw l el it., Des Moines; Larrv. Keller '•sixth St., Des Moines; Da Tenth *t., DBS.Moines: Jerr .5 H!c .man road, Des Moines Idav, 530 Pennr . .., lisle; Mlchatl itapleton, Des Moines; Philip Syfei ania st.. Car 6. Walker st. 263 E. Eucll •' ui. J sfiy 62r>feS^| JOhn K »™*™ r Local No. 5, Sioux BHLfl.r*'" ^ St., SIOUX maid Albert Sioux Cltv p'ii Stanton Place, South Sioux City ffery H. Bristol, 2221 Metropoijtan x City;, Robert Che.sW. .Mis i-ferce'st"., sTo'u'x 'City;'Gerald Conrad te^p-«Tl1nUi« y hJ eb -- Bp. * VM 6 <*«^.VHtr Gross, fntori ts, Rt:i,H!nton , Chamfers ave. Una, 370? Twenty Sioux city; G7e»orv Ttef elgnth st,, Sioux Cltv; lr.,.vm Hamilton blvd. Douglas WlTllams, Box 27, Bronson. Local No. 10, Burlington:. Paul man, Rt. i, Mount Pleasant. Local dp. 12. Marshalltown: Douola DeRonde, 504 S. Commerce St.. Monroe. Local No. 17, Dubuque: Dwavne • E Farmer, Rt. 1, Dundee, and William A tftiSSUfiXl rf/Broffo* peter John J.5.1/. Programs For Journalists (The Register's Iowa News Service) AMES, IA. — Plans for three high school journalism workshops at Iowa State University have been announced by James Crook, summer journalism —„ _ .son City: Gary ..... son, 704 Second ave.,,N., Clear Lake, an Lynn Lumley. 615 Third st.. N.E.. Hamo- Tbcal No. 27, Ames: William M*role, c/ James Daliey, Ankeny; James McGruder Rt. 1, Oqden, and Paul 'Hall, Rt. " Bqone. U*UI4j $2.795; IJordt nefsbu workshops director. Workshops will be offered for high school student newspaper <hd yearbook— staff— members and publications advisers again this summer. The : advisers workshop is scheduled for July 13-24, the newspaper staff workshop for July 27-31, and the yearbook staff workshop for leae, Emmetsburg, $2,500; lowa Lakes nmunlty College, Esrtiervlire, $2,93f; iwingslde College, sfoux City, $2,707; Northwestern College, Orange City, $2,798; Westmar College; L-rMarsrn,824; Seygolh District — lowa Western Com- munffirXpUeae. Council BiMHs, -IS-OSO; Midwestern College, Denison, $3,145. Waterloo: Richard sven Local No. 28, Waterloo: son, Rt. t, Calmar; Dale Jansen, Box 421 Parkersburo; Steve Miller, Rt. 2, Wes Union, and Craig Seedorf, Rt. 2. Arlino ton. 19 Years Later, Poem Aceeptec (Th* Register's low* News Service) DANVILLE. IA. years ago the late Mrs. Gre chen Wagner, of Danville submitted • a poem; "Forget-Me- T'Jots," to a magazine and wr was received recently that would appear in v the current issue of an Ideals booklet, "Fo Enclosed was a check. Mrs 'lies Fear Midwest Could Become Crime Center • By a Staff Writer AMES, IA. - Quiet Midwest- rn states like Iowa could be he new frontier for organized rime, b u s i n e s smen were arned-here—recently—by—Ed^ r ard T. Joyce, deputy chief of ie Organized Crime and Rack- teerihg Division of the Justice Department. "Here in Ames, la., you're only as far from the hard core of La Cosa Nostra as you are from Kansas City or St. Louis or Chicago," he said. Joyce said he knew of no identified members" of the ifafia in Iowa, but stressed lat federal agents are very autious about labeling crimi- als as members of La Cosa Rostra. Infiltration Told The first speaker at a two- lay conference on Security in Business and Industry, Joyce lescribed the attempts of organized crime to infiltrate legitimate businesses. Mobsters are moving into legitimate businesses — for ille- {itimate purposes — but their nain interests still are such il licit enterprizes as gambling and drugs, said Joyce, givinj no truck tp"'the ; idea of legal " etting U| get criminal b;V. • , .. ... ."If we're going,to insist on legitimizing gambling, we've got to understand that most of the people who run it are thieves. They may wear white ties and tuxedoes, but they're thieves," said Joyce. J Warning that "clean" states ike Iowa are likely to be new targets for mobsters seeking to escape pressure on them in metropolitan areas, he cited the expansion of organized crimina activity in Arizona. To stop the spread of orga nized crime, the federal govern ment is setting up "strike forces" in major cities. These teams of five Justice Depart ment lawyers are working how in 12 metropolitan areas and by the end of the year^will be in 2 cities. The, .-staff of.. the organized crime. division has Ijeen ex, panded.from 14 lawyers in 196 to 90 now and 50 more men are being added. Joyce said the stepped up ac tion against organized crim dictment and awaiting trial, ie, said. He added that in Chicago La osa Nostra leadership has banged five times since 1968 because-the-top-merrhave-been can be seen in the leadership o the 25 La Cosa Nostra "fami lies" to. ftje country, The family bosses of 13 o( these families are either convicted and in jail, free on bond while Convictions are being appealed, or under in- 19th & Keo 2nd and Euclid Park Fair Shopping Cents' Wctkonda Shopping Center 4211 Fleur Drive STILL TIME TO BUY THE PERFECT MOTHER S DAY GIFT AT MAY ANNIVERSARY COUPON ailed after estigations. federal in'. J. Johnston Wins Award C. J. Johnston, 3916 Sixty-fifth t., chief of adult education, State Department of Public In- truction, has- been presented tie Achievement- Award in adult education for the State of owa by the Missouri Valley Adult Education Association. The association each year honors one person from the participating states, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne) r a s k a, North Dakota and South Dakota. Johnston has worked, with adult education since 1948 and oined the state department in 1962. He received the merit Reg. 31 c PERT PAPER NAPKINS Pkg. of 200 ^hVWWSMlsr/ MOVIE FILM KA-464 SUPER 8 Reg. 2.63 ^01 Limit 1. Coupon iood thru May li at camera Dept. award from the ation of Public Educators in 1968. Iowa Associ- School Adult Rockwell City Drug Seminar ' r'' ' (The Register's lowa News Servlc*F? ROCKWELL CITY,' IA&Dr. Otto Glesrie of Fort Dodge will speak at a drug abuse seminar to be held at the Rockwell City Elementary School multi-purpose room on May 11 at 8 p.m. Dr. Glesne has practiced medicine in Fort' Dodge for the last 40 years. He is presently school physician in the Fort Dodge Schools. . The Seminar is being sponsored by concerned citizens in the community. Thejpommittee jn charge of arrangements is Norval'DeWitt, Don Brownlee, Mrs. Robert Dean Ellis, Mrs. Sheldon Sidmore and Mrs. James R. Esmay. MAY ANNIVERSARY COUPON! MACLEANS TOOTHPASTE 79cSIZE 5-OUNCES 39 Limit 1. Coupon iood thru May 12 at Toiletries Depti. MAY ANNIVERSARY COUPON! BAN SPRAY if • . - • Anfi Perspirant Deodorant Chamber Elects At Lake City (The Register's Iowa News-Service) LAKE CITY, IA. - New officers of the Lake City Chamber of Commerce are Dick Bell, president, and Stephen Huffman. .vice-president. 7-OUNCES 1.39 SIZE 79 Limit 1. Coupon «ood thru May 12 *t Toiletries Depts. MAY ANNIVERSARY COUPON TAMPAX TAMPONS $1.93 SIZE BOX OP 40 $109 1 Limit 1. Coupon iood thru May 12 at Drug Dept*. Elected to the board of directors for three^year terms were Walter Ahrens,.Dr. M.C. Bowie, and Dwight Ward. Board members holding over are Don Morrow, Dr. Earl Bock, and Steve Macke, Mrs. karry DeVries is the new secretary. AJIHY HEARING AID HEAR LOUDLY AND CLEARLY There is nothing to wear In th* HAIR, in your CLOTHJNS w BEHIND the ear. No Bulky Apparatus, No Ey*gl«M*«. Your Battery cost is reduced many time*. PLEASE WRITE FOR FREE SAMPLE OF NON-ACTIVE MODEL OF HEARING AID Des Moines Hearing Aid Center 623 Grand Av*.. D«s MoioeJ, lowo $0309 "Stre«t 4.*v«l" DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD PENDANTS MERLE HAY OPEN SUM. TILL 5:30 D1XON SAC CITY, IOWA 50583 TEL: 712-662-4567 Our home* meet architectural and structural standard* •stablished by Weyerh«eu«r Co., one of th» world's largest maniifactur»r$ of wood products. 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