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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                1C The Collar Kapids Nat.. Jan. 12. 197-1 Financial and Market News Stocks Stage Strong Rally NKW YOHK (AP) The CHICAGO GRAIN Furnished by Lamson Brothers Marcn May Of stock market halted a fivc-ses- COKN- sion string of losses Friday with ivurcn .nn impressive rally that was supported by some encouraging slumber oil developments. OATS- The Dow Jones average of industrials closed up 18.37 atjj'u'ii- 8-11.37. j SOYBEANS- C.R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rap- ids hoy market Saturday wore steady. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant de- livered butchers weighing 200 to 230 Ibs., depending on grade and condition were Packing sows 300 Ibs. down were I Butchers 230-240 Ibs. are 25c off; 240-250 Ibs. are 50c off; and 75c off for each 10 Ibs. weight over 250. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-3GO Ibs., 50c off each weight grade (o 500 Ibs., and 75c off each weight grade above 500 Ibs. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers SJi.OQ-S.j9 00 Choice and prime heifers.....S45.00-s-i6.OC Good steers .................S45.00-S-t7.00 Good heifers ................S-H.OO-S46.00 Standard and utility steers .S41.00-544.00 Standard and utility heifers S40.00-S43.00 Utility COWS .................S28.5Q-S3J.5Q Commercial cows ...........S3S.50-S3-1.50 Cutter ccws .................S3150-S3S50 Bulls ........................S40.00-S43.00 (Yield grade 4 overfat steers end heif- ers are discounted S5 per cwt. and Yield grade 5 are discounted S10 per cwt.) (Wasty and gobby overfat steers are to S5 lass per 100 Ibs. than regular commercial cows.) POULTRY price quotes for poul- try on the Keota market include: heavy breeding hens, I5c, leghorn end light hens, lOc, and old cocks, 6c. i GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn. S3.51. No. I vellow soybeans, S5.SO. 33 Ib. oats. SI.30. Fridav prices delivered. FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. Close Prev. March 58.25 59.25 April 5S.OO 59.00 SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs are S3B.OO- 540.00. Choice to prime wool lambs are 535.00-533.00. EGGS A large 49c; A medium, 43c, A small, 26c; B, 29c; checks 23c; peewees 12c; weekly prices delivered. OPEN S.SS s.tt 2.M 2.W 2.91 C.SS'i sss 5.61 1.53 LfJ'4 1.52': 6.36 t.-JC 6.3? LOW CLOSS 5.W 75 5.44 M 52'; S4'l 52' I il'i 1.50 6.26 (.30 PREV. CL. 5.S2 5.61 Ben Stearns Is 'Monday Services Set iConfusion on New Chairman j For James Energy Crisis sl i Jttl1VVlL' Of Park Board K0urll 2.91" 2.SS 1.51 I. S3' 1.50' 6.31 6.34 6.36 Interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Piper, Jaffray Hopwood) Am. Ins. Fund 4 14-4 74 Am. Rein Banks of Iowa 23'4-24J4 Beatrice Foods 21 Cherry-Bur iQ's Conrac Consolidated Foods 2laa Executive Data Systems 3'a Corp. RSB- 9' a Guardsman 2'j- 25a Hsrnischfar Hfuvkeve BanCorp ?3e- Interstate P Iowa Electric Iowa-Ill. Gas lo'j John Deere Kidde comm. 15's Keuffel S. Esser 14' Life Investors. Inc ll'-i-IS LTD Corp ll comm Mavtas McCord Corn Mid-America 4.53-4.95 Mid-Continent, tnd 2 2' Miracle Ozark 3'? Quaker Oats 2VH Rath Rockwell Uniled Fire Casualty Victor Corp s VWR-United 13 Winnebaao 4; 4 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO No. 2 soft red i.33'211; No. 2 hard red 6.03'in. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.913in. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white l.67Vin. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 6.15n. Produce CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO Wholesale selling prices as reported by USDA: Butter: Prices paid delivery Jo Chicago steady io strong; 93 score 70; 92 score 90 score 61. Eggs: Prices paid delivery to Chicago steady: Prices to retailers (grade A, In cartons Extra large 74-77; larse 73-75; mediums 71-73. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) Wholesale egg offerings light. Demand good Friday. Whites: Fancy large 72-7J. Fancy medium 70-72. Fancy smalls 65-67. Butter offerings adequate. Demand ir- regular. Creamery, 93 score cents, 92 score 72. Iowa Hogs DES MOINES demand fairty good. Butchers mostly steady. Sows mostly to 25 cents lower. U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib. butchers 41.00-43.00; 230-250 Ibs. 40.50- 42.50; 250-270 Ibs. 39.25-42.00; 270-330 Ibs. 37.25-40.50. U. S. 1-3 270-330 Ib. sows 32.75-35.25; 350-400 Ibs. 32.25-34.75; 400-450 Ibs. 31.75-34.00; 450-550 Ibs. 30.75-33.75. Estimated receipts Friday Actuals Thursday 000; week ago Friday year ago Friday Waterloo Hogs were 25c higher and sows were steady. Packing plant delivery, No. 2 butchers weighing 200- 230 Ibs. No. 2 sows weighing 300 Ibs. S34.50- JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, 111. steers steady; heifers mostly steady; high choice and prime steers 50.00-50.50; choice 50.00- 51.75, few 52.CO; high choice and prime heifers 49.00-50.GO, few 50.75; choice 49.00- 50.00; good and choice 48.00-49.00; no can- ner or cutter cows. Hogs 900; steady: No. 1-2 2CC-220 Ib. 43.50-4d.00; No. 1-2 200-240 Ib. 42.50-43.50; NO. 2-3 240-270 Ib. 41.00-42.50. Monday estimated receipts: cat- tle, hogs. DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES (AP) tUSDA) Mid- west carlot meat trade for Iowa and river market areas: Beef trade slow; steer beef 6.00-8.00 higher than Wednesday; heifer beef 2.00 higher; choice steer beef 800-900 Ib. 80.00; choice heifer beef 500-700 In. 80.CO. Fresh pork cut trade slow; picnics steady; hams steady to 1.00 higher; bel- lies .50 higher; picnics 8 Ib. and up 53.50; skinned hams 14-17 Ib. 70.00, 17-20 Ib. 67.50-6B.5Q; bellies 12-14 Ib. 64.50. POSTVILLE BEEF P05TVILLE The.Posiville beef mar- ket Friday quoled prices for prime steers S47.50-S48.50; choice steers good steers S46.50-S4B.OO; stand- ard steers choice heifers S47.50-S-ie.50; qood heifers S44.50-S4fi.CO; utility cows S28.75-S34.00; canners find commercial cows S28.75-S34.00; bulls S41.00-243.00. LIVESTOCK FUTURES CHICAGO trading on the Mercantile Exchange Friday: Close Prev. Live beel February April June ......fc.. Ausiust October Live February April June July August .____ October December 052.55 fl53.7? 353.32 a5t.90 aSO.30 46.60 45.fi5 46.50 ..46.90 53.60 54.75 54.25 52.90 bSl.OO 47.65 46.35 47.80 40.00 45.5C 46.50 43 45 44 91 .a-13.65 FROZEN PORK BELLIES Friday's quotations frcm Lamson Close February....... 62.63 March 62.60 Mav 63.JO July OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) Hogs: barrows and gilti fairly aclive, uneven steady to 25 lower, instances 50 lowpr; 1-3 195-530 ib. 43.CO-43.50, mainly 43.00- 43.25; about HO hr-ad 43 CO; Ib 42.35-43.00; 2-3260-270 Ib. 40.00-41.50, largc- 41.00-42.50; 2-3 250-260 Ib. 40 SO-42.25, most- ly fairly uniform 1-3 23 260-270 ib. 40.00-41 10, ly 40.50-41.00; 270-280 Ib 39 25-40 25; 280- 2VO Ib. 3E.50-39.50; 2-4 290-310 Ib. 3800- 39.00; some 300 ib. included 39 CC; load 3JO Ib. 38.25. Sows steady to 25 300-600 Ib 34.00-36.50. Catlle and calves: loo ler steers and heifers offered Jcr ftn .Tdc- tiualc price teif; higher; bulk of IV rr-. ceipls, these oclivo l.uo J hinder; feeder supply consigned to ,rr- Mon; small lots choice -h steers 49.00-10.00; three loads choice end prime Ib heifers 50 00-51 ufilily and eomrrvrcial cows 21 00-13 CO- tew utility cannpr-culitr 31.00, Officers installed By NARVRE Unit Robert Fryrear, 2416 E avenue NE, has been installed as presi- dent of the National Assn. of Re- tired and Veteran Railroad Em- ployes He succeeds Walter Morris. Other officers installed during a luncheon meeting this week at Bishops, Lindale Plaza, were: Fletcher Waychoff, first vice- president; L.J. Simons, second vice-president; Gordon Oswald, secretary; P.A. McCabe, trea- surer; Morris, legislative repre- sentative, and Mrs. Francis Mo- lumby, chaplain. Zelma Hall, Fort Madison, a Grand Lodge vice-president was installing officer. Embezziement Count, Clerk Pleads Guilty MARSHALLTOWN (UPI) former Laurel town clerk has pled guilty in district court here to three counts of em- bezzlement by a public officer. Authorities said Delmar May- lag was charged with em- bezzling from town funds between Jan. 1, 1971, and June 30, 1972. District Judge George Fagg set sentencing for Jan. 30 and Maytag was released on his own recognizance. The charges were filed after a special audit report released last month by Iowa State Audi- tor Lloyd Smith. Maytag was suspended as town clerk last October. Trucks Banned on Marquetie Bridge MARQUETTE Truck traffic on the Marquette-Prairie du Chien bridge will be virtually eliminated effective Tuesday. Orv Sallander, district chief engineer for the Wisconsin high- way department, said that a 10- ton load limit will be posted on the highway 18 bridge. This is being done, he said, with the joint approval of the Wisconsin and Iowa highway of-, ficials. who inspected the bridge! recently. Sallander said "bearings, han-! gers and their connections to floor beams and other elements of the suspension system don't function well during cold weather. This fact, along with the age of the bridge necessi- tated the precaution." Another inspection will be made in the spring and the present load limits may be re- stored, he said. Present limits are 10, 12 and 20 tons depending on the number of axles. He said that construction of the new bridge will continue through the winter and it is scheduled for completion in the late fall. Steel work 'is now under way. The sub-structure, piers and abutments are 90 per- cent completed. Watkins Services Set For Henry Becker, 72 WATKINS -.Henry Becker, 72, died at his home here Friday morning. Becker, who lived in the Watkins area all -his life, s a retired Chicago and North Western railroad employe. He was born north of Watkins May 8, 1901, to Henry and Lena Becker. He married Viola Schmidt Sept. and moved to Watkins proper in 1930. Survivors include: his wife; one son, Donald, of Norway; one sister, Mrs. Anna Butz, of Walker, and five grandchildren. Services will be 11 a.m. Mon- day at St. Patrick's Catholic church in Watkins. The body will be at Halverson funeral home in Blairstown where friends may call after 6 p.m. Saturday. Rosaries will be at :15 p.m. Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday by the Altar and Rosary society. Burial will be at St. Pa- trick's cemetery in Watkins. chairman of Ihe Marion park i years, died Friday, board for 1974 at a meeting held Thursday. II. K. Livington was named vice-chairman and Wil- liam Nelson, secretary. Charles A. Kremenak, parks director, said he has been in- formed that legal, work is ex- pected to be completed between Ihe city and the Marion In- dependent school district by Feb. 15 for the sale of the Krumboltz school site for park purposes. Kremenak said he had been named chairman of the awards and citations committee of the Iowa Parks and Recreation Assn. Mayor William Grundy at- tended the meeting along with Councilman Edward Begley, who is expected to represent the council at park board meetings in 1974. Approval was given to a weekend schedule on the city's two ice rinks, Taube park and .he Marion athletic field. The schedule will be: Saturday, 9: a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to p.m. The rinks and warming bouses will be supervised during these times. YMCA Saturday's activity schedule at the Marion branch YMCA is: Non-aquatic grade school boys' basketball 9 and 10 a.m., junior high open gym 11, senior high and adult open gym 1 p.m., family gym 3, gymnas- tics club 4, gym closed 6 to 7, teenager night 7; pool pre- school lessons 9 a.m. youth les- sons youth recreational senior life saving class open 1 p.m., pool closed 4 to 7, teenager night 7. P.M. the day preceding publication is the deadline for Want Ads published Tuesday through Saturday. Corrections and cancellations can be made from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Monday through Saturday. Dial 398- Ik- Campbell, Hughes Assistant, Resigns WASHINGTON (AP) Ed- ward Campbell has resigned as a special assistant to Sen. Harold Hughes (D-Iowa) effec- tive Feb. 15, and will return to Iowa, spokesmen for Hughes said. Campbell, who is Hughes, scheduling assistant and has worked for Hughes since the senator was the governor of Iowa in 1965, will return to Iowa, officials said Friday. e Prohibits Films for Boosting 'Surgery' Tours SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY Hons B.SOG; hulch- ers nioocrfllely active, moitly lower, Intlances lower; U.S. 1-3 Ib sows mor.tly 1.00 lower' U S 1-3 370-600 Ib. Gallic SEATTLE (AP) A federal judge viewed a film of "psychic surgery" in court and then pro- hibited three travel agencies from using it or similar films to promote tours of dying people to the Philippines. After viewing the film which showed a psychic surgeon pur- p o r t e d 1 y removing diseased organs and tissue from patients, Judge Walter McGovcrn said Wednesday: "My impression is that there sure as heck is no sur- gery." I The judge also included in his !temporary restraining order a I ban on (he use of the terms surgery" and "psychic surgeons" or any symbol which implied "that actual surgery lakes place or that any tissue is ment is also known as 'psychic 'faith healing' and 'spiritual' or 'spirit healing'." It is not performed by doctors, the FTC said. The FTC estimates that about people, most from Western Washington, have flown lo the Philippines to be treated by psychic surgeons. The firms named as defend- ants in the FTC action are Traveling King, Inc., of Seattle, which also docs business as Ramble Tours; Gem Travel Service, Inc., of San Francisco; and Phil-Am Travel Agency, Inc., which has offices in Seattle Ben Stearns elected James M. McQuown, 05, of 179j street, and a resi- dent of Marion for the last 2Si Mike Feld, Oelwein, was i working at the Coast to Coast IsHitbyFeldj Churches Bethel Baptist 1000 Eighth avenue. The Thorpe. Sunday Rev. Calvin school Worship Sermon: "The Gifts of Evening wor- ship Sermon: "Practicing What We First Baptist 2895 Four- teenth avenue. The Rev. Lyle W. Lee. Worship Sunday school Grace Baptist 440 South Fifteenth street. The Rev. Don R. Martin. Sunday school Worship and Squaw Creek Baptist Wil- kins school. The Key. Kcrmit W. Jelmeland. Worship 9. Sun- day school 10. Kobins Faith Bible Corner of Main and Mcntzer. The Rev. Ed Baleman. Worship and 6. Sunday school St. Joseph's Catholic 995 Fifth avenue. The Rev. .Justin A. Kane, the Rev. Martin W. Pfab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday at 7 p.m. at the school, 1430 Fourteenth street, and Sunday at 7, and 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the church and 10 and at the school. Marion Christian 1050 Mc- Gowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school Worship Ser- mon: "My Cup Runneth The Rev. Stephen Root, speak- Robins Church of the Brethren 355 Second street. The Rev. Harold Justice. Sun- day school 10. Worship 11 and 7. Church of Christ 1087 Eighteenth street. William Cain, older, Bible school 10. Worship 11 and Ascension Lutheran 2210 Grand avenue. The Rev. Denny .1. Brake. Worship 8 and 10. Sermon: "Too Many Sunday school Lutheran Church of the Res- urrection 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zwanxigcr. Worship 8 and Sunday school St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri Synod) 915 Twenty-seventh street. The Rev. John D. Huber, jr. Worship 8 and Sun- day school First United Methodist 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. M. Steffcnson. Worship and 11, Sermon: "The Ministry of Prairie Chapel United McHh- oclist Route The Iicv. -He wits born Aug. 23, 1908, at Ml. Vernon and was married in Marion Saturday in hi. campaign for the Renublicai nomination for Second distrie Roeine K. House July 6, 1933, Lisbon. Until his retirement, is working in variou had been employed by to' become better ac- Dairy, and Dows Manili with what people ex lie was a member of St. of their congressman. an appearance before i seph's Catholic of Second district Re Surviving are his wife; women al Manclicste mother, Mrs. John McQuown he- blamed "the oi Marion; two daughters, and bureaucrats" (01 Bert Coleman of Cedar mass confusion regarding and Mrs1. Raymond Yonkovic crisis." "One has vested Interests anc Lisbon; three sons, James others readily admit thej McQuown of Longmont, know all the facts. Tht Paul F. McQuown of solution is for congress Ic N. Y., and Gary J. McQuown called into session immedi Marion; 15 grandchildren; to deal with this problem. brother, Clifford McQuown other words, I heartily en Marion; six sisters, Mrs. Congressman II. R. Gross mond Kadera and Mrs. that congress be Andre, both of Marion, into emergency session." Don Bowers of Lisbon, Mrs. said he knows some indi- nabelle Johnston of Tipton, who have been hired bj Bill Kruse of Lisbon, and Director William Simon Norman Hein of Littleton, have no knowledge 01 Services: 10 a.m. Monday whatever regarding St. Joseph's Catholic church Marion by the Rev. of fact the doses Kane. Burial: Ml. Calvary been to oil is a can of etery. Rosary will be recited he said. the Murdoch chapel in at p.m. Sunday. Dies Zillah Anr may call at the chapel after a m m a c k 80; of Newton p.m. of George W. Cammack Parkview drive, died Thurs Change of Banking Services for Mrs. Cam Farmers State Bank will were held today (Satur serve energy by closing in Newton. and Hiawatha lobbies 6 Fridays, beginning January House The Byron Reec Drive-up windows will has sold its house a open Fridays until 8 p.m. Golfview court to Mr. anc other banking hours remain Richard Evans of 163 changed. Special Note: Club drive'. Possessior service banking 9 a.m. to 5 given Jan. 8. Sale wa Monday through Thursday by John Zachar, jr., ,anc Inc., Realtors, Says Dairymen Tape Nixon Sfory Don'f WASHINGTON (AP) A dairymen had promised to lawyer who has obtained million to his 1972 campaign. White House tape has said Nixon's decision t tioned President Nixon's Agriculture Secretar count of a key meeting Hardin and raise mil supports was made be William Dobrovir, who of economic- considei sents consumer advocate congressional pressur Nader in a suit challenging traditional political consic 1971 administration increase milk price supports, tape Dobrovir transcribe filed court papers saying the one he played in part at White House account "does last month. The local ba appear to be is investigating hi Dobrovir said a transcript of. Nixon's remarks taken from and the judge in th case criticized him. tape recording the White House provided him under court included the parlia transcript of Nixon's words in can be interpreted as showing the President thanked seeking a court order t force the White House to pro leaders for their political support on March 23, certain documents anc records that it has refused tc Later that day Nixon public. price supports increased. "Disagree Charged Nader contends Nixon's C.R. Crash was brought about by the men's campaign C. Kramer, 39, of 190, The White House denies that street NE, wa contributions influenced the Friday with strikinj. adjacent to the streets. A White House officers said her ca commenting on Dabrovir's veered out of contro sertion, said, "We disagree the intersection of E avenu tirely with the interpretation Fifteenth street NE anc puts on the meeting. The facts as stated in the White a utility pole. She suffered a cut lip. statement released Tuesday said Mrs. Kramer ini the correct reported a hit and run ac That statement said Nixon opened the 1971 meeting "by thanking the dairy leaders but investigation deter mined her car struck the pole The aceidenl happened al p.m. Friday. the support they had given ministration Dobrovir said the R. Women Report House tape showed Nixon said this: "I first want lo say that Enterec am very grateful for (he apartments in the same that we have had were reported burglar word) from this group. I Friday. that in American R. Russell and Irene 0 you're widely recognized; who live in separate apart it cuts across all the farmer at 225 Twenty-ninth strcc ganizations, is represented in all Ihe SE, reported missing and ?5, respectively, from thci "Very "1 know too that you are group that arc politically NOTICES conscious, not in any sense but you realize that OF PUBLIC HEARING happens in Washington not Is hereby qlvcn thai on tho 301 (lay of January, nl a.m. in th removed from body." WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY 25, not enough lo lullv set a mnrket Irond Cows i r- steady, 24.00-29.00; Dulls steady KM- j defined SUrgCI'y 8S Ho'ns 1.000; bulchcrs 25-75 lower, tajik 41.00-42.no, lop 42.75; sows 25 lower, liulk 33.75-35.00, loo 35.75; bonrs 200-2SO II) 250-350 Ib. 350- 700 30.50.31.CO. Moncliiy estimate: cattle 3CO, Imir, In legal documents the FTC "purported to he a treatment by which Ihe body is entered with-' out surgical instruments, using only the bare hands. The treat- and San fn court, George Lehdy, attor- ney for Phil-Am Travel Agency defended psychic healing, say ing he had personal knowledge that it wasn't a fraud, the human FTC documents filed in the case include a lab report on a sample of tissue allegedly re- moved from a Seattle woman with cancer. A Seattle medical laboratory concluded that the tissue was nonliuman and mosl likely was from a small animal. Worship First Presbyterian 802 ClivcCook._ Sunday school affects your business success but affects the economy. Our foreign policy (inaudible word) affects you. "And you arc willing to do something about it. And I must say a lot of business men and others 1 get around this table, they yammer and talk a lot but they don't do anything about it. But you and I appreciate that. I don't need to spell it out. Friends talk, and others keep mo posted as to what you do." The statement acknowledged that Nixon had been told that, Tvyclfth street. The Rev. Jay A. Miller. Sunday .school Worship Reformed Presbyterian South Fifteenth street. Sunday school 10. Worship II. Church of God (Seventh Day) _ COO Ninth avenue. W. J. Kiiryluk, paslor. Song ser- vice Sabbath school 10, worship 11, Saturday, Friday, Bible study 8. United Seventh Day Brethren 2400 Second ave- nue. W, Allen Bond, pnslor. Worshin 10, church school 11. SnUii'dny, Council Chnmhers ol the Cilv Hnll In tht the City hearing lo con- sposition ol the property and to con- Quit claim deed lo Lcleburo Corpornllon In consideration ol Ihn navmenl ol 00 Thq South 40 led ot porllon ol 30lh Slreel It ly.no Ihe Wesl line ol Oul Lot A, Block 7, Thompson and Gables Cily of ceu.ir Rapids, Council will hold n puhllc siilcr Itio vacation and disposition ol the lollowmo described pr oy Ihe same by Qu cleburo Corpornllon In Addl Ion lo Cedar Rapids, lovia, nml located j Incl Casl ol and parallel (fast ol "C" Avenue extended. (Said Eaii R.O.W. C' Aviiriuo lib holiiij 35 led from the ccnlcrllnc nnd Thnl nirtlon ol Ihu 50 tool alloy lylnq immediately nccnl lo nnd liasl ol I otr 1. 3 ami I, Illock 7, Grand Vlnw Adill lion lo Cedar Unpins, Iowa. Tlio HIM. ol Mid alloy nljo holnil Iho Wnsl lino ol Oul ol A, Illock I, Thompson ami Gnljlot Addition to Codnr Any person Interested aid hcnrlnn, nnd ho linnn.. Dnled Mid 9lli tiny ol .Jnnunrv, IW4 JOHN E. ARTHURS, Published In Tlio Cedar i January 17, nnd January f Gazette Classified Want Ads "The Marketplace for Eastern Iowa Fomiliei WANT AD RATES I o> 2 Joys PHONE 398-8234 56t ft< oaotc per day ,e fay 29 doys (conserve) 30 days (comeculcve) 37c ocr aqate line per day 35 6m, pe. day r FOR 6 DAYS GET THE 7th DAY FREEI 2 4 5 MINIMUM ad i, 2 lines. Fo, small lype wan own L average for Ihe li-sl line and live eacl, oddmonal A blind box number in of The Gazelle counls as (our Add I service charge ,1 box nunta is used. ,1 repl.es are moiled lo DEADLINES 415 P.M. Day Preceding Publication 11A.M. Saturday lor Sunday Publication A.M. Saturday for Mon. Publication Want Ad Office Open 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Mon. thru Fri. Sat. 'til Noon ERROR RESPONSIBILITY: THE GAZETTE will not be responsible lor more thon one incorrect insertion ond only lor thai portion of the od that may have been rendered valueless by such error. Each insertion is proof of publica- tion, and it is the responsibility of Ihe advertiser to check each inser- Cash In Advance Claiilflcationsi 32-36-38-70-120-140 Ouhpf-Town Want Ads Are Payable In Advance The One-Time Rate Applies To Oul-of-Stato Advertising 8 Mortuorles Monuments NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 203 14th Ave._SE_____ Dial 36-1-4439 TO______Cemetery lots______ COMPANION Crypt. Chapel of Mem- ories, Cedar Artemoral. By orivale owner, call Dave Linne. 393-SOOQ. 4 GRAVE LOT In Cedar Memorial, private parly. 377-3153 alter 4 LOTS. Chapel Garden-Cedar Me- morial. Discount. 3o3-5547 alter 4. Last Found Lost Found LOST: Stiaqqy White male dog, medium size, has red collar tags, answers to re- ward. 352-fBJ3.___________________ FOUND m Sears parkinn lot on 1-5- oartial dental elate. Owner may claim by identifying and pav- Ing for ad, 393-BJOQ._______________ FOUND female cat, black with yellow markinqs. Vicinity Lindale Plaza. 3J2-3715.___________________ LOST: Round Omega watch with black cord strap. Reward. _________366-1B13 or 364-5776________ LOST: Schlpperke, inlured In front o! our house. Alfred Frontz. Please call Palo asi-4331. 16 Happy Ads MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY ...ORDER A HAPPY ADI DIAL 398-8234 HAPPY BIRTHDAY GRANDMA B. From Steve JANE _____ I LOVE YOU, 1 can not be jusi a friend. Why do ycu play so rouqh, DIAMONDS are TRUE BLUE ___ Love, Tarzan BABES HAPPY Birthday and Happy Anni- versary. I'll Remember The Good Times. smile. Susan G. IOST; 5 horses, 3 Buck Skins, 2 Appnloosas from the Cora Stodola _Farin. J36-2536. ____ __ _______ LOST- White 7 month old male Ger- man Shepherd, East Hiawatha. f ri _ LOST: Male Siberian Husky, 4 months o'd- SE. 365-5475. Reward. Personals _____ WANTED: GIRL to ride with same daily lo Iowa Ctlv from Cedar Rapids. 365-6020. _ A NEW YEAR A NEW YOU Go Ju Karate, 362-9737. 362-6564 PREGNANT and Distressed? Birth- righl Mcn.-Fri.. 7-10 P.m. 362-0469. MAYBE what you need is Masse Tlierapy at Evans' 362-6769 QUESTIONS on or about (he Bible answered. 377-9333. Rathie. and HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHARIE P. "FROM THE BOSS" SERVICE GUIDE Jf] Call an Advertiser Now! 32 Business Business Services DICK'S TREE SERV-ICE GUARANTEED INSURED Removal, driveways and sidewalks. Call 377-7665. Bookkeeping Tax Service D and K Mobile Home Repair All Tvoes Repaired and State, Single Person, 32nd Year. We Never Close FRANK GORUP 1004 17lh Slreel N.E. 364-5573 QUALITY CARPENTER WORK TO finish off that basement or attic room. Shepard Const. Co., TAX and Bookkeeping. Fasl, accurate, reasonable service. Daylime or evening appointments. BAG Business Services 912 15th SI. SW 363-8477 SANDING and SNOW REMOVAL, WATER AND SEPTIC TANK REPAIR. Concrete breaking basement drainage. Stark, TAX SERVICE Accurate and Reasonable 2835 Johnson Ave. N.W. 363-0869 9 lo 9 Daily PAINTING-PAPERING Winter Free Estimates D. J. HINKER, SON TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE. Pickup and Delivery 343-2387, 366-4108, 366.0074 Well Tanks Pump Sales. Service Installation Freese Howell 366-6939, TAX SERVICE By 093-8545 UPHOLSTERING, reasonable, experienced, references, free estimates, pickup and delivery. Work Men 362-1680 Gutters, Roofs and Repair Cement, L. D. "Don" Craft, carpenter iobs Also lock and key servicOj Please call aflcr p.m. TO remove T. R. S Truck and soeclal sidewalk plow Reasonable REPAIRS Chimneys, Cutlers 362-2848 WALLPAPERING-PAINTING REFERENCES Bill Jarvis haulinq. Treo removal. Reasonable. Experienced fully insured. Dial 365-3871. PAINTING interior exterior. 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