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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                BIG GEORGE! y Sylvia 1'urter NEW YORK "50 percent lore fuel per gallon of "Drive your car 500 miles on a ingle tank of "Run our car half on gas, liulf on This is a campling of the "scientific" products which will be advertised to you n even more glowing phrases in 974 to help you squeeze the ul- most mileage from a tankful of "No, as a matter of fact I'm going to n comc-as- you-aro parly." Effects of Shortage Seen in Record Gas Prices inC.R. By Roger Green Gasoline prices are taking record increases at a number of Cedar Rapids service stations this month, with some already jumping 5.8 'cents per gallon. Seven of the 17 stations'selling gasoline under 15 brand names which were contacted by The Gazette have increased prices this month. But, many more said they ex- pect increases as much as the 5.5-plus cents al- ready seen at other stations. Prices at stations polled ranged from 39.3 to 48.9 cents per gallon for regular and 44 to 52.9 cents per gallon for pre- mium. Minimum Hike The minimum increase found among those who have in- creased prices was two cents per gallon at the Jones Park DX, Bowling street and Wilson avenue SW. The price there (on- ly one grade is sold) is 45.9 cents. But, Gary's Standard Service, 2011 Sixteenth avenue SW, has seen' the 5.8 cent per gallon increase, with regular at 48.9, lead-free at 50.9 and premium at 52.9. The increase is the largest single increase to date, accord- ing to a spokesman at the sta- tion. The Apco station at 804 Center Point road NE similarly report- ed a 5.8 cent increase, with prices standing at 46.4 and 50. e trapped into spending money or totally ineffectual "solu- ions" or even dangerous, ille- gal products. "Cancer Cures" "The same kind of fast buck operators who brought you quack cancer cures and pyra- mid clubs will be operating at jeak capacity in the automobile says Graham W. White- lead, president of British Ley- and Motors Inc., marketers ol Austin, MG, Jaguar, Triumph and Land-Rover cars in the U. "The gasoline shortage will result in a flood of 'secret for- mula' additives and 'space age devices which promise more miles to the gallon. "But low-cost, do-it-yourscl! gadgets which fit all cars rcgar dless of make, model and year such as water injectors, super chargers, 'hot' ignition compo nents.and 'miracle' carburetor conversion kits have been on the market for years, mainly through mail order." Of course, there are effectivi ways in which you can increase your mileage per gallon of gas. Presumably, by now you-havi learned them well. For in stance, drive more slowly, kee your tires properly inflated, b sure your car is in tune am drive a smaller car. U. S, Bar: Ban on Ex-Felons' Voting Is Unconstitutional eeiiiig point of view, White- :ead declares, "virtually all of lie gadgets claiming belter lileage are worthless, like nost anything that offers the ;ullible something for praclical- y nothing. Some of the devices r e actually counterproduc- ivc." As one far-out illustration, the romoters claimed a "mileage costing would convert plain air into "high-po- wered fuel." The ingenious pro motion pointed out that 70 per- cent of the gas you put in your car is "wasted" and to prove it, he ad suggested a simple test: )Iace a wad of cotton on your exhaust pipe and notice how quickly it becomes soaking wet. But the fact is the moisture coming out of the exhaust pipe .s not gas. It's water condensa lion. A large part of your gas is inevitably "wasted" in the sense that it is dissipated in thi form of heat instead of power just as most of the heat in you fireplace inevitably goes up the chimney. The fact also is that in some cases, independent lab oratory tests show the "mirac le" additives and gimmicks ac tually decrease the efficiency o gas in your tank. And o: changes at the proper interval are more beneficial than an; additives being sold today. Aren't there, then, any "after market" items which can reall help us get more miles pe gallon? Yes, says Whitehead. Proper Tune One is a comprehensive shop lions Whitehead, try to extend our weekend cruising range by1 aving accessory fuel tanks in- tailed in the trunks of your ars. A car's trunk is among its WASHINGTON (AP) The American Bar Assn. has told :he supreme court that prohibit- ing ex-felons from voting is un- constitutional. The ABA stand canie in a 'riend-of-the-court brief re- ceived Wednesday in a Califor- nia voting rights case now under consideration by the court. Ex-felons should be protected by the 14th Amendment guaran- tees of equal protection, read the brief signed by ABA pres- ident Chesterfield Smith and other members of the lawyers' organization. "Whatever special consider- ations may exist for felons still under sentence, both the consti- tutional priority for protection of voting rights and the lan- guage of the equal protection clause warrant no exception for discharged ex-offender citi- said the ABA. Such disenfranchisement can- not be shown to serve any sig- nificant rehabilitative the. ABA said. "Indeed, it has been the near unanimous posi- tion of correctional administra- ors, study commissions, law eform. codes and students of jenology that restoration of. civil rights serves offender rehabilitation that is now a jasic'tenet of every state cor- rectional system." The ABA filed its brief in a case appealing a.California su- preme court decision that truck down a state ban on ex- elon voting. County officials ap- pealed to the .U. S. supreme court to preserve the ban. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON BEQUEST TO CHANGE THE DISTRICT Ell? OF THE LINN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE, LINN COUNTY, IOWA AS ADOPTED July 14, TO: All citizens, owners ol real property shunted wllhin Linn CountV and without tho corporate limits ol nnv city or town in said Counlv and to all persons owning or clalmlnn any interest therein, and to all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given pursuant lo Sec- lion 35BA of the 1973 Code of Iowa, and Article XXVI ol the Rural Zonlra Ordi- nance of Linn Counlv, Iowa that me Linn County Zoning Commission of Linn Counlv, Iowa will conduct a public hear- ing in Room 103 at P.m. Iho 21sl dav of January, 197-i at the Linn county Court House In the Cllv ol Cedar Rapids Iowa upon Iho Hem hereinafter enumerated. Further notice Is hereby given pursuant lo Section 3SSA ol Ihe W3 Code ol Iowa lhal Ihe Linn Counly Goard of Super- visors, of Linn Counly. Iowa will conduct n public hearing In Room 103 at a.m. the 5lh dav ol February, 1974 al Iho Linn Counlv Courl House in Cedar Rapids. Iowa nn Iho Horn hcrelnallcr enumerated which Ihe Linn County Zon- ing Commission eillter approved or disap- PrRcgu'ost ol Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Wa-' lerhouso lo rczone from Class "D" Rural District reoulallons lo Class "G" Business District reoulallons the following de- "iWrSiSffilY 27-5 ncros: That of SE'.V NW'A lavlna N-IV of Ihe rlqlit of way and Inncls ot Ihe C. M. St. P. and P. Rv. Co. Also thai part of SW Fri. 'M NW'A Laylnci N-ly of Iho right of way and lands of tho C. M. St. P. and P. RV. Co. and Inylnq E-lv of Ihe right of WAV ol Ilic C. R. I. and P. RV- Co. nil in section A-B3-7, Linn Counly, Iowa (loss 1 aero which was sold lo Cl.itr caldwotl In b Lot Ho ft of Schrlmper's First Addi- NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION AND FOR TAKING TAX DEED TO- Stella M. smith, Ihe person In possession of the real eslale described iclow and Ihe person in whose name he real eslale described below Is taxed; TO: Frank J. Kara, remainder man, Edith Kara, spouse of remainder man; TO: Albert remainder man, Irene Cara, spouse of remainder man: TO: Stella M. Albright, remainder man. 3can Albrlohl, spouse of remainder man; TO: Bernice Guslafson, remainder man, atll Guslafson. spouse of remainder man; TO- Rosemary Coqhlan. remainder man, Earl.Coghlan, spouse of remainder TO': Maxine Tompkins, remainder man. essie Tompklns, spouse of remainder man: TO: Annps Dreedlovc, remainder man. iov Brccdlove. spouse of remainder You. and each of you are hereby notified that on Iho 4lh dav of December, A D., 1973, Ihe tallowing described real estate, situated in Linn Counly, Iowa, described, to wit: Carpenters Flrsl, Soulheasl Forly- slx (eel (SE 46') Norlheasl Thlrly feel (NE 30'l Lot Four M) and Ihe Southeast Forty-six feet (SE -16') Lot Five (5) Block Five Cedar rst section 6-83- 'c. Approximately acres: That par! of the NE'.'i section 6-B3-7, Linn Coun- b o o o crmp tion to Linn Counlv, Iowa the NE'.'i secton nn oun- lv, Iowa, described ns follows: Comm. nt tho NE Cor. of tho NW said See. th S 901.4' fllonu ttic E line ol NW'.i ol said Sec. 6 to n pi. on the conlerllno of Blairs Fcrrv Road lo Iho of hog-; Hi N B7 donrces 5? minutos W 30H.3 foot nlonq snld contcrllno lo a pi.; In S n degrees U minutes W to a pi.) Ih S Bf rionrcos 03 minutes E to the b lino of said NWy of said Sec. 6 lo .1 plj Ih N alonn Ihe E lino of sflld NW'A 5cc. 6 lo tho pi. of hoi no n part ol Lot a, A. P. No. Linn Co., lown, ox. Ihorcfrpm, howoyor, tho E IW Ihornof mofls.irQd along n lino nnrpoml eular to tip Him of snltl NWV, lnn lurl e hcnr- Inpi. all persons In Inlorejl will bo "fiord, oil ail onnnrlunfly Ir >nf. or. lit npppsHlon ....'persons in miurcai win limn., I opnnrlumlv to lie hoard In surtpor In onposlllon In Ihn Paisnno am wlopllnn of Ihn sold nropojod reionlm ol Iho smci iiniposou nnuiimi This iiollrn It fllvon pursuant ti) Ihn til of Ihn Linn Courtly Zonlnp Com n.lislnn ol I.Inn County, lown nml In ac iWdnnco wltll Iho laws of Iho Stntn nl "'TSnioil Hill, Iho Jral ilnY of January, I.Inn Counly Rap- ids, Linn County, Iowa, ncludcd in and forming a pan of the city of Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, vas sold under Ihe provisions of Sec- Ions -146.18 and 446.19, Code of Iowa, jy the Counlv Treasurer of Linn Counly, owa, for tho then delinquent <'nd unpalo axes end assessment analnst Ihe sair real cslato lor the years 1969, 1970, and 1972. lo Linn Counly, lown; and n Cerll- [fcntc of Purchase was duly issued to -Inn County, Iowa, by the Counly Treas- lully asslancd. hold and owned bv Hi 3ullors, nnd the right ol rcdomnllop will expire and a deed for Ihe said real estate will ho made un Ion from said sale Is made '.............._ (90) oavs from the completed service ol this nollcc, which will be April 5, 1974 D.ilcd Ihls I7lh day of December. A.D., HARDY BUTTERS [W: STEPHEN fl. JACKSON. Attorney lor Harry Bullors 705 Untied Fire 8. Casualty Bldg. I IB 2nd Avenue S.E. Cedar Ranlris. Iowa Phone: (.119) Drug Humbers To.roporl a violation! Michael Dooloy 377-8081 If you need holp: Foundation II...362-2174 (4 p.m. lo miilnlghl) by an independent mechanic you're possibly liable too. I On top of the possible "Ihe motorist faces a stiff corn- j plete engine rebuild bill for nost vulnerable areas, and in aisurc, if he is to gain c a r e n d collision a trunk- iiounted gas tank might rupture nd cause a fire. In addition, 'ederal Environmental Protcc- ion Agency rules make it ille- gal for an automobile dealer to nstall an accessory gasoline Whitehead emphasises. The rea- son is that present emission sys- tems are total systems and the removal of one or two compo- nents might actually result in a decrease in mileage or not prove it at. all. i Services (Continued from Page 3.) Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance ......366-7654 Fire 398-5343 Highway Patrol 364-5171 After Hours 363-5629 Police ...........398-5353 Sheriff..........398-3521 Medical Society .365-2527 (If you have no physician) Foundation II ....362-2174 (Criiis help, i (Clip and carry in your billfold) 6th st. NW. Mary A. White. S.S. Serv. 10. Cedar Hills Community Ilc- ormed 4980 Gordon avc. 3W. Leon Aalbcrts. S.S. Sci-v. 11. Eve. Cedar Hills Evangelical Free West Pest rd. and Midway dr. NW. Tl-.omas E. Shaffer. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. 7. Cedar Rapids Bible 412 Oakland rd. NE. S.S. 11. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. Cedar Rapids Friends Meet- a.m. Contact Berle Miner. Cedar Valley Bible Church 3636 Cottage Grove ave. SE. Reagan Benedict. Thomas V. Fogle. Dwight L. Taylor. S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. Central Church of Christ 1500 1st ave. NW. Penney F. Nichols. S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. Wed. 7. Christian and Missionary Al- 42nd st. NE. David B. Hustad. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. 7. Peace Christian Reformed 6600 C 'ave. NE. Eail D. Dy kema. S.S. Serv. Eve. Church of the Brethren 1200 Second ave. SE. Dr. Wayn A. Shireman. S.S. Serv Ministry of Uelivcranc 2nd st. SW. H. G Kurth. F. R. Davidson. S.S Serv. Eve. 7. Church of God Prophecy 3211 Edgewood rd. SW. Michae Boots. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. Eve Tucs. Miller. S.S Serv. Church of God 1101 Oak land rd. NE. A. R. Moslander S.S. Serv. Eve. 6 Eastview Church of Old Marion rd NE. Lawrence W. Merritt. S.i Serv. Eve. 7. Wed eve. 7. Ellis Park Church of God 726 L .ave. NW. John Little .K. Serv. Eve. 6.1 Vcd. 8. Redemption Missinnury Bap- !sl 1014 10th ave. SE. Har-' ion Webb. S.S. Serv. 11. Ive. 8. Tucs. First Church of Christ, cicntist 1242 2nd ave. SE. ,.S., scrv. Wed. vc. First 25th st. IE. James F. Lange. Dean 'ord. S.S Serv. First Open Bible 1911 E ve. NW. Neal B. Gail. S.S. :30. Serv. Eve. First Pentecostal Church iOO Center Point rd. NE. James O. McCoy. S.S. Serv. Tucs., Thurs. Eve. 7. Foursquare Gospel 609 Isl avc. SW. Lee Griffis. S.S. Serv. Wed. Fri. m. Grace D ave NE. Gilbert Gilgan. E.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. 5tt avc. SW. A. J. Stokes. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Thurs. Islamic 1st ave SW. S.S., serv. prayer 12. Friday prayer 12. Melh-Wick Chapel 122 13th st. NW. Donald Artman Scrv. 9. New Apostolic Wilson ave. SW. S.S. Ser 10.'Eve. 5 p.m. Wed. eve. 8. New Jerusalem Church i God in 9th ave. SE H. Bassett. S.S. Serv. 1 Eve. 8. Peoples Unitarian 600 3r avc. SE. Walter E. Kellison S.S. 10. Serv. 10. "Is God Goo or Salvation Army 1123 3r st. SE. Eugene Adney. S.; Serv. 11. Eve. 7.. Seventh-Day st. and Edgewood rd. WE. Sieg fried Hoeske. S.S. Serv. 1 Seventh Day Church of Go (Meridan) 3336 Prairie dr NE. W. T. McMickin. S c h o o Sat. 10. Serv. Temple Judah 3221 Lind say lane SE. Fri. Excep 1st Fri. of month, serv. 8 p.m. Unity 2nd ave SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Sen 11. "Following the Four Year Certificates Interest compounded daily OBI regular Passbook Savings A Subslanlial Penalty Required By Law If Willidhiwal Is Made Before Mnlurily FIRST TRUST SAVINGS' BANK 1201 Thiiil airont H.E. r Riipkls, town Hi si Avfinuc N.IJ. Collar Rapids, Iowa IfiOC) Uows blinol IOWH ram a Foofitig with the tfiermostat can waste energy this and cost you money, too. So why not find a lower setting that is. comfortable, preferably and leave it during the waking hours. At night, lower your thermostat. For every degree it's lowered, you will save more money. However, when the1 temperature outside is 0" or below, don't lower the thermostat setting at night by more than 6-or 7 degrees. A lower setting might make your furnace work overtime to reheat your home in the morning. Here are some other suggestions that will help you conserve energy and save money this winter: Weatherstrip and calk around windows and doors. Seal against air leaking to the attic. An opening to your attic can result in a substantial heat loss. Close the fireplace damper tightly when your fireplace is not in use so you don't let a lot of warm air escape. Let the sunshine in on sunny days but close drapes to keep the heat inside at niciht. Don't put furniture or drapes front of warm air registers or .cold air-returns. Humidify for increased comfort. Consider outside temperatures and be careful not to add too much humidity. Clean or change furnace filters once a month arid be sure your furnace fan is kept clean, oiled and working properly. PROVIDING ENERGY IS OUR BUSINESS CONSERVING ENERGY IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS. For many more ideas on steps you cur, take to conserve energy and lower your utility bill, fill out the coupon below and send it to: Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company 327 Third Street S. E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401 Please semi me a copy ol the pamphlet "31 Ways You Can Conserve Cnerny This Winter." I understand (hero no diargol Zip Code   

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