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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO • he Cedar Rapids Gazelle: !$at., Jan. 12. I!)7*l Financial and Market News Stocks Stage Strong Rally CHICAGO CHAIN (ll Oi’ATKNS Furnished bv Lamson Brothers NEW YOUK (AP) - The stock market halted a five session string of losses Friday with an impressive rally that was supported by some encouraging oil developments. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials closed up 18.37 at 841.37. C.R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rapids hog market Saturday were steady. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant delivered butchers weighing 200 to 230 lbs., depending on grade and condition were $41.50-$42.00. Packing sows 300 lbs. down were $34.50-$35.00. Butchers 230-240 lbs. are 25c* off; 240-250 lbs. are 50c off; and 75c off for each IO lbs. weight over 250. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 J lbs., 50c off each weight grade' to 500 lbs., and 75c off each weight grade above 500 lbs. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prim'' steers ...    54* OC Sic po Choice and prime heifers    S45.00-S48 OC Good steers      S4S.00-S47.00 Good heifers .....$44.00-546    00' Standard and utility steers    $41.00-544 00 Standard and utility heifers    S40.00-$43 OO Utility cows    ..    $18.50-511 50 Commercial cows    $28.50-534.so Cutter ccws    .    $31.50-536    -0 Bull., .......... WHEAT— March .. .. May ....... July ....... September *. COK N March May July September ... O \ I s -March May July SOYBEANS-January .. .. March May July August OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSS PREV CL. 5 85 s ss 5.66 5.75 5 82 5 60 5.61 5.46 5.54 5.64 -1 92 4.98 4.82 4.93 4.91’a J 87 4.92 4.79 4.87 4 88 2.86 2 88 2.83i14 2.85 2 86ai 2.90 2 v? 2.87' i 2.88'4 2.89'4 2 vt 2 93 2.89 2.91 2.em 2.85’ : 2 87’ ; 2.83 2.84 2.85 1.52’ •/ 1.53 1.49*4 1.52' I 1.51 I 4J j 1,54 G I SIG 1.54'a 1.53'a 1.52' j I 52' . 1.50 1.52*4 *1.50' i 6.18 6 22 6.12 6.20 6.18 6.30 6 >0 6.21 6.28 6.25 G 6.34 6 36 6.26 6.34G 6.31 6.36 6 JO 6.30 6.38 a .16 6.36 6.39 6.29'; 6.35 6.36 Ben Stearns Is New Chairman Of Park Board elected Monday Services Set For James McQuown Ben Stearns chairman of the w as Thursday, lf R. Lovington was named vice chairman and Wil- James M. McQuown, 65, of 171) Fourteenth street, and a resident of Marion for the last 2<i Marion park years, died Friday, meeting held Ho was born Aug 23, 1908, at Mt. Vernon and was married to Roeine K House July 6, 1933, at Lisbon. Until his retirement, he Confusion on Energy Crisis Is Hit by Feld Mike Feld, Oelwein, was working at the Coast to Coast store in Marion Saturday in bis campaign for the Republican nomination for Second district congressman. Feld is working in various Charles A. Kremenak, park director, said he has been in- had been employed by Searles J businesses to become better ac- Of town Interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Piper, Jaffray & Hopwood) Am. Ins. I und Am. Rein. Banks of Iowa Beatrice F,x>ds Chet ry-Bur. Conr ac Consolidated Foods I x 'cufive Data Systems F MC I MIC Corp. Guar dsman Harnischfgr Hawkeye BanCorp Interstate P iowa Electric Iowa-Ill. Gas John Deere kiddo comm, Keuffol & Esser I ife Investors Inc. I TU Core. Mapco comm Max tag McCord Corn Mid America v d Continent. Ind Mirac e Ozark Quaker Oats Ruth Rockwell United Fire & Casualty Victor Corp. V WR United Winnebaao 4.34 4.74 Trucks Banned on Marquette Bridge purposes formed that legal work is ex-;Dairy, and pected to be completed between j ^ was a I the city and the Marion In J dependent school district by Feb. 15 for the sale of the Dows Muniti Dairy.iqualnted with what people ex- member of St. soph’s Catholic church. Surviving are his wife; Jo-1 PT of their congressman. In an appearance before a! workshop of Second district lichis publican women at Manchester Krumboltz school site for park mother, Mrs. John McQuown of Thursday, he blamed “the oil Kremenak said he had been gerj 10 , 14 . JI s 1 8- J! a 18 S 'h- 9 x 2’ 4-    - •, 34 i 9J« 16‘ ii 154* ll’, 44 ' h 1 V a -15 -12 11 42 4 27’ 4 irs 4 I >4 95 2 - 2 : 44s- J'a 3' 2 2? kl 4 > 8 2 5 4 a It .17’ 4 6 13 4 4 I Marion; two daughters, Mrs. Bert Coleman of Cedar Rapids barons and bureaucrats” for “the mass confusion regarding energy crisis.” “One has vested interests and 14' 4 nu I MARQUETTE - Truck traffic on the Marquette-Prairie Chien bridge will be 4» i* m    t    I    in    WM    I'    A    r    K    N    HIK!    nBlTBH I HIU I * * ™--------- ---- McQuown of Longmont, Colo.,    don’t know all the facts. The J Paul F. McQuown of Cameron,    only solution is for congress to engineer    for    the    Wisconsin    high-    ten7led    the*    ^meeting    along    with    N- Y*» and Gary J- McQuown of    be called into session immedi- way department,    said    that    a    IO-'councilman    E d    w    a    r    d    Begley    Marion; 15 grandchildren; a    ately to deal with this problem. dU|named chairman of the awards, M R d Yonkovjc of x/irti.aiiv und citations committee of the ,. L    J .aniiin'itpd ,'ffi‘rtivc TuosHav Iowa Parks and Recreation tf*0”: lim* sons. James A. the others readily admit they eliminated tiltdive luesday. ,    lUnOnnuin    nf    T.nn0rrmnt    (    nlo    know    all    the Orv Sallander, district chief Assn. Mayor William Grundy mond Kadera and Mrs. Norman | suggestion that congress be Andre, both of Marion, Mrs called into emergency session.” Feld said he knows some inrii- ......... $40.00 $43 OO 6.33’ n (Yield grade 4 overfat steers end heifers are dGcounted $5 per cwt and v eld grade 5 are discounted $10 per cwt ) (Wasty and nobby overfat steers are $3 to $5 lass per IOO lbs. than regular commercial cow ) CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat No. 2 soft red function No. 2 hard red 6 03 rn. Corn No. 2 yellow 2 9! un Oats No. ex’ra heavy wh ie I 6-’ rn Soybeans No. t yellow 6.1 sn. ton load limit will be posted on uho js expecte(j t() represent the brother’ clifford McQuown of “jn other words. I heartily en-the highway 18 bridge.    council at park board meetings Marion; six sisters. Mrs. Ray- dorse Congressman H. R. Gross’ This is being done, he said,    ‘    1    1 with the joint approval of the Wisconsin and Iowa highway officials, who inspected the bridge recently. Sallander said “bearings, han-:s"heckVle \viIl ^be': ‘sgtui-cTay 9: Norman Hein of Littleton, Colo. | “who have no knowledge or gets and their connections tojam t0 8 f>m ancj sunday, I to1 Services: IO a.m. Monday at background whatever regarding floor beams and other elements ;8' m rjnk;.. arKj warming^. Joseph’s Catholic church in oil." of the suspension system donHjum7..00 hn clinprvi«pH Hnrinn Marion by the Rev. Justin “Mg jin 1974. Approval was given to a.    ....    I weekend schedule on the city's ,®0Wte[S °/ Llf°T UMn M7 . two ice rinks, Taube park and ™1*1'0 Johnston of Tipton, Mrs. victuals who have been hired by the Marion athletic field. The!?.'11 KrT of Usbon, and MrK. Energy Director William Simoni cold POULTRY KEOTA Current price quotes for poultry on the Keota market Include heavy breeding h^ns. lie, leghorn ann I ght huns 10c, and old cocks, &r GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn. $2.51. No I yellow soybeans* $5 80. 33 >b oats, SI 20. Friday prices delivered. Produce suspension well during weather. This fact, along the age of the bridge necessi- YMCA — I toted the precaution.”    schedule    at Another inspection will be made in the spring and the piling] present load limits may be re-he said. Present limits houses will be supervised during . , these times. with    * CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UPI)—Wholesale prices as reported by (JSDA Butter.    .    , Prices paid delivery to Chicago steady to Stored, strong; 93 score 70; 92 score m 4l- 90    ,n    „ core 6i    are    IO.    12    and 20 tons depending Fgg$; Prices paid delivery to Chicago # ..    . f . steady: Frtces to retailers (grade A, in On the number Of axles. cartons delivered) Extra large 74-77;     ••    .    .    ,.    _ a ge 73 75, mediums 7173    He    said    that construction of teenager night 7; pool _ * * Saturday’s activity the Marion branch YMCA is: Non-aquatic — grade school bovs’ basketball 9 and IO a m., junior high open gym ll, senior high and adult open gym I p.m., family gym 3. gymnas tics club 4. gym closed atter of fact the closest Kane. Burial: Mt. Calvary cern they’ve been to oil is a can of 3 etery. Rosary will be recited at in I,” he said, the Murdoch chape! in Marion    * at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m. Saturday. ♦ * * Change of Banking Hours. ce Farmers State Bank will con-6 to 7.1 serve energy by closing Marion pre- and Hiawatha lobbies 6 p m. NEW york produce    ,he "CW    bridge    wiU continuelschool’ lessons 9 a.m. youth les-j Fridays, beginning January 11. NEW york (AP)    (usDA)—    wholesale    tb™ugh    the    winter and it isjsons g:45, youth recreational Drive-up windows will remain class open Fridays until 8 p.m. All 11:30, open I p.m.. pool closed 4 other banking hours remain un-Mrs.    Richard Evans    of    1630 72’ i    743.,    sunder way.    The    sub-structure, t0 7 teenager night 7.    changed. Special Note: Full    Country    Club drive.    Possession piers and abutments are 90 per-    *    *    *    service banking 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. was given Jan. 8. Sale was cent completed.    4^5    p.m.    the    day    preceding    Monday through Thursday at made by John Zachar, jr., and the winter and it is; hMI!scheduled for completion in thci10;30, senior life saving Tn/JoXrC,"‘.to,"..,. ------- late    fal1-    S,(*el    work    is    "0W regular 92 Crearmry, score 72 93 Demand score FEEDER CATTLE Friday s quotations from Lamson Bros. C'cse Prey March    ..... 58 25    59    25 Apr,    58,00 SHEEP Choice to prime -.horn Iambs are $38.00-*40,00. Choice to prime wed lambs are Si: OO $38 OO. EGGS A large 49c; A medium, 43c, A small, 26c, 8, .9c checks 23c; peewees 12c; weekly prices delivered. Iowa Hoes DES MOINES (UPI)-Slow, demand fairly good. Butchers mostly steads . Sows mostly NE. h is been installed as prt si- WATKINS — Henry Becker, ‘ )U.S.CC1-3S200-230 lb. butchers dent of the National Assn. of Re- 72- du‘d at hi- home hcre Friday|£[?Ug!lJ Saturday* t>?r«nVf(’,h5077- IX 'ired and Veteran Railroad Em- ™>™ng- Becker. »N> lived in 42.50, 250-2.0 lbs. 39.25-42.00;    ,    the    Watkins    area    all-his life, 270-330 lbs. 37.25-40.50. U. S. ployes (NARVRE). He succeeds 1-3 270-330 Jb. sows 32.75-35 25; 330-400 lbs. 32.25-34.75; 4UO-450 lbs. 31.75-34.00;    450-550 lbs. 30.75-33.75. * * Mother Dies - Zillah Ann Cammack, 80. of Newton, mother of George W. Cammack, 945 Parkview drive, died Thursday. Services for Mrs. Cammack were held today (Saturday) in Newton. * * * Sell House — The Byron Reed Company has sold its house at 2075 Golfview court to Mr. and Officers Installed By NARVRE Unit Watkins Services Set Robert Fryrear. 2416 E avenue ^~0r Plenty Becker, 72 publication is the deadline for Marion Want Ads published Tuesday through Saturday. Corrections and cancellations can be made from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Monday Dial 398- 8234—Adv. -Adv. Co.. Inc., Realtors. Says Dairymen Tape and Nixon Story Don't Jibe Estimated receipts Friday 50,000. Actuals Thursday 86 -OOO; week ago Friday 56.000: year ago Friday 52,000. was a retired Chicago and Walter Morris.    North    Western    railroad emplove. Other officers installed during He was bom north of Watkins a luncheon meeting this week at May 8. 1901, to Henry and Lena Bishops, Lindale Plaza, were; Becker. He married Viola Fletcher Waychoff, first vice- Schmidt Sept. 7.1927, and moved president; L.J. Simons, second to Watkins proper in 1930. T~ ii    vice-president; Gordon Oswald, Survivors include: his wife; wATrnTnn n    secretary; P.A, McCabe, trea-one son, Donald, of Norway; 25c higher and "ow^were surer; Morris, legislative repre- one sister. Mrs. Anna Butz, of steady. Packing plant delivery, sedative, and Mrs. Francis Mo- Walker, and five grandchildren. No. 2 butchers weighing 200- lumby, chaplain. soTws1 weighing 3002ibs, $34.50- ^elma    *'ort Madison, a $35.00.    Grand Lodge vice president was -installing officer. Monon Churches WASHINGTON (AP) — A dairymen had promised to give lawyer who has obtained a $2 million to his 1972 campaign. White House tape has ques- It said Nixon’s decision to tioned President Nixon’s ac- overrule Agriculture Secretary count of    a    key    meeting    with    Clifford Hardin and    raise milk looo Eighth dairymen.    price    supports was    made be- William    Dobrovir,    who    repre-    cau£c    of economic*    considcr- congressional    pressure Bethel Baptist avenue. The Rev. Calvin Thorpe. Sunday school 9:30. Worship 10:30. Sermon: “The sents consumer advocate Ralph anions, Gifts of Christ’’ Evening wor- j^a(jer jn a sujt challenging the and traditional political consid- 1971 administration increase in orations. ship 7:30. Sermon What We Preach”. First Baptist teen th W. Lee “Practicing 2895 Four- milk price JOLIET LIVESTOCK    _____ JOLIET III. (UPI •—Cattle 4,300; steers F'ljy ».-rs rr    ■    • »eadv    high Lf .r<?    £ L| and prim* steers    50 00-50.50;    choice 50 00-    fcm OCZ Z lenient    LOUnt, ‘ I 75, lev. I CO;    t gr chr >    , rn- prime    ' heifers 49.OO-50.CO, few 50 7 5; choice 49.00 50.00; '.rood and choice 48.CO-49.OO; eg canner cr Cutter ch.’,'. Hogs 900, steady No I 7 TOC 230 lb 43 50-44 CC. No I 2 200-240 lh. 42 50 43 50; No 2-3 240-270 lb JI 00 4.> 50 Monday estimated receipt*; 4,500 cattle, I OOO hogs. Services will bo ll a m. Mon day at St. Patrick’s Catholic school 10:30. church in Watkins. The body (irate Baptist    -    440 South « ll be ut Halverson funeral!    JCV ,P?.n home in Blairstown _____    supports, Friday, tape Dobrovir transcribed avenue. The Rev. Lyle filed court DaDers saving the    the one he played in part at a .Worship 9*0. Sunday whjtc „ousePac^unt “ydoc3 not party last month. The local bar appear to be exact.”    association    is investigating his , R. Martin. Sunday school where Worship 10:50 and 6:30. Dobrovir said a transcript of conduct is and the case criticized him. judge in the friends ma\ call ai’>*r 6 p m.j > Squaw Creek Baptist — Wil- DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES AP (USDA- Mid-west carlot meat trade tor Iowa and rtver market areas: Beet trade slow; steer beet 6 a OO higher tnan Wednesday; heifer beef 2 00 higher;    steer    beef    600-900    It 80 00; choice he ter beef 500 700 lh SO.CO Fresh oork cut trade slow picnics steady; Mms steady to I OO higher; betties .50 higher; picnics 8 It and un 53 50; skinned ham' U 17 lh 70.00. 17-20 It. 67 50-68 50; bellies 12,4 lb. 6470 Clerk Pleads Guilty MARSHALLTOWN (UPI) - A former Laurel town clerk has pled guilty in district court here to three counts of embezzlement by a public officer. Authorities said Delmar Maytag was charged with embezzling $6,218 from town funds between Jan. I, 1971, and June 9:45, Nixon’s remarks taken from a _ ,    .    .    , , , tape recording the White House rovir * uded *bc Par,‘al Saturday. Rosaries will be at    kins’ school. The Rev.    Kermit I Provided him under court order,1 8:15 p.m. Saturday and 8 p m.    W. Jelmeland. Worship    9. Sun- can be interpreted as showing ,. ..... ,u    ,,    5 Sunday by the Altar and Rosary    da>’ ^h001 10- _    the President thanked dmry society. Burial will be at St. Patrick’s cemetery in Watkins. — Corner leaders The Rev for their political sup- m. *ater that day Nixon ordered Campbell, Hughes Assistant, Resigns WASHINGTON (AP) - Ed- ward Campbell has resigned as j^«nth street, Sand°Sunday a special assistant to Sen.jat Robins Faith Bible of Main and Mentzer me m-v. t v4orrh oo 1071 Rd Bateman. Worship 9:30 and P°rt on Marcn 1971 6 Sunday school 10:45. St. Fifth A Kane. the Rev. Martin W. Pfab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday at at the school, i 430 was brought about bv the dairy- force the White House to produce certain documents and records that it has refused to make public. Joseph’s Catholic 995 price supports increased, avenue. The Rev .Justin “Disagree Entirely” Nader contends Nixon’s order Woman Charged In C. R. Crash 1972. District Judge George |Ia„(|(| „ughts (D.,owal effect™ POSTVILLE BEEF POSTVILI E - The Po futile beef n -tr f Friday quoted prices for prime steers S47.5O-S48.50; choice *e<*r'. $49.50 $50 50; UCOd steers $46 50 548 00; ‘.ta arri sty-. -    $42 OO *44 OO; choice heifers urwxniyl *47 50-548 50; oood heifers $44 50-546 00 I * F ,fU u ti ti I, ccws *28 75 *34.OO; canners and commercial cows *28.75-534.00; culls *4 I OO $43 OO. Fagg set sentencing for Jan. 30 and Maytag was released on his,jj)W own recognizance. The charges were filed after a 9:30 and ll a.m at the church and 8:30, IO tive Feb. 15, and will return to;anc* 1L30 at the school. a. spokesmen for Hughes said Campbell, cision. A White House who is LIVESTOCK FUTURES r Hi; ago 'AP, Futu res trading I on the Mercantile Exchange Fro.)/ Clo* ft Pre/ L vc beef cattle F ebruar / ,i5?'5 53 60 April a53 n 54 75 June . a53 12 54 25 Aug t * as I VO 57 VC October a SO 30 tr: OO I ive hogs— F ebruary 46 60 A } I 5 I April 45 64 46 -r J'-fie 46 50 47 80 july 46 V J 8 '-a A I just 4- SC 46 50 Goober 4 G, 44 90 Deer mbcr a 4 6 5 a45.!5 FROZEN PORK BELLIES Fr da/ *, ouo'at on* tref ti i am1 - n Br-?* C .ova p, February . , 6 / 6 I 6 50 M a / 67 60 ' : 7'J 6 80 Hughes. audit report released scheduling assistant and hasj mc nth by Iowa State Audi-worked for Hughes since the was senator was the governor of last Iowa in 1965, will return to Iowa, officials said Friday. spokesman, as- disagree en- last tor Lloyd Smith. Maytag suspended as town clerk October. JucJqe Prohibits Films for 11 Boosting 'Surgery1 Tours day school IO Worship ll and 7. of < brist 1087 t reet sc William ( ain. SEATTLE (AID -judge viewed a film of “psychic bealing.’ surgery” in court and then pro- sPintual Church Righto* nth Ider. Hi til* I and 6:30 Ascension Lutheran Irond avt nile The Rev Denny federal ment is also known as ‘psychic J- Brake. Worship 8 and lo. ‘faith healing’ and men’s campaign contributions. ■»d.*|THe White House denies that the Fourty-tsixth street NE, was contributions influenced the de- barged Friday with striking fixtures adjacent to the streets. I Police officers said her car; apparently veered out of control at the intersection of E avenue and Fifteenth street NE and puts on the meeting. The facts stru(‘b a utility pole. She suffered a cut lip. Officers said Mrs. Kramer initially reported a hit and run ac-| cident, but investigation determined her car struck the pole, I The accident happened at 2:38 p.m. Friday. Marion Christian — 1050 McGowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday commenting on Dibrovir’s school 9:30. Worship 10:45. Sermon: “Mv Cup Runneth Over”.,.. ,    , The Rev. Stephen Root, tseak- tircly with the interpretation lit cr. ft (thins Church of the as stated in the White House Brethren — 355 Second street.! statement rclmtKcd Tm*sd iv -tr*. Tile Rev. Harold Justice. Sun- ^ld!<-mcnt rt least cl lutsdav an Sermon: "Too Many Indian the correct facts.” That statement said Nixon opened the 1971 meeting “by ’hoofY6rWorship thanking the dairy leaders for the support they had given ad-210 ministration policies,” Dobrovir House tape , ,    ,,,, Sunday school 8:50. or spirit healing. .    . ..    B , j ,    ,    y    Lutheran    (    hurch    of the R» s- II, * ,I .    ,    It    is    not    pt;rformed    by doctors, urr*>ption ztto    .    nth hi bited three travel agencies (^(> j,«jr    7    urrecuon    -    mu    cagniccmo from using it or similar films to The LTC estimates that .lid the VV bite showed Nixon said this: “I first want to say that I am very grateful for the support that we have had (inaudible bu,ld,,*« were reported burglar- C. R. Women Report Apartments Entered Two apartments in the same ivenue. The Rev. Otto A. ,    .    , i/f.#l KrirHu and    ft'om ^bls group. I know _a Zwanziger, Worship 8 OMAHA I IVI jTOCK OMAHA (I lh . 'J SI DA) Hogs: 6,Cf00; t mr owe -a d hi a i active, u neven : sn ai* /to 7 low* instance* 50 I ower; I 3 195 2JO i b 4: ii 50, mainly 43.00- * 43 25, alout 42 25-43.Of 5 41 OO 41 50. 2 ISO d 4; SC 2 JO 2' IM 40 OO 41 G It 40 50 42 25, lb. lar^e- I most-; ly I a>r./ un lf , rr ‘04??5, cm e 1*3 ( 42 25-43 OO; 2; 260 : ll. Vt OO 41 50. lar^s-, tv 40 50-4100, 'IV 280 II * ‘J’ V 75 , /80 I 290 lb. 3e SO IV c 2 4 2V( tit It 33.00^ ; 39 OO some JOO i 340 lh 38.25 Sow 300 600 lb 34 OO 3' 50 ’ ■ * I /dec' V ' leady to 25 :■ load * Caille and i tar deer - am quale price 50 I OO higher ’ a Ive* . 2,000 to > (. w sl I, / ,#(, ,f g iff a, limited sale*, r 6 bulk < I Pa Ire : ce.pts, th,.-. i ye unevenly i c h ghcr; feedc tion *"Ki r VCI lots BP / to Hee KOSO K22 s'I If. 49 OO * I end i rim/ 97 ia lily and < JOO; 9hn 5 I OOO It loads cNslce I heifers so Oh- al cows j I OO with few utility 33 31.00 50 ;4 canner- clitIff 'rn ( e promote tours of dying people to the Philippines. After viewing the film which showed a psychic surgeon pur-p o r t e d I y removing diseased organs and tissue from patients, Judge Walter McGovern said Wednesday: about 1,000 people, most from H estern Washington, have Bown to the Philippines to In-treated by psychic surgeons. The firms named as defendants in the FTC action are ‘ \!\ impression is that there sure as heck is no surgery.” The judge also included in his temporary restraining order a ban on the use of the terms Synod) — 915 Twenty-seventh tree ? The Rev John IJ I Lib' r, jr. Worship 8 and 10:30. Sunday school 9:15. first (’Bited Methodist 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. m . i- I. -    . t c, I Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. Traveling King, Inc., of Seattle, jM steffenson. Worship 8:30 r if I 11 Sermon: “The Mini try f Em oui agemcnt”. 10:30, Sunday school 9:15. that in American agriculture St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri you’re widely recognized; that it cuts across ail the farmer or ganizations, is represented in the states. which also does business as Ramble Tours; Gem Travel Sen ic1 Inc., of San Francisco; and Phii-Am Travel Agency, Inc., which has offices in Seattle? and San Francisco. In court, George lx*hdy, attor- “Very Conscious” know too that you are a are politically very not in any party realize that what Jams R Russell and Irene O. Neff, who live in separate apartments at 225 Twenty-ninth street drive SE, rejwrted missing $1 and $5, respectively, from their apartments. Gazette Classified I Vain - 8 tis “The Marketplace for Eastern Iowa families r WANT AD RATES PHONE 398-8234 group that conscious, sense hut you LEGAL NOTICES happens in Washington not only affects your business success but affects the economy. Our foreign policy (inaudible word) SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY (AP, Hoes 8,500 +T-. moderately active, mostly 1*0 m-.'-tnr. ■ I 75 low#r U S '3 190 \ 4.’OO 42 75; sows mostly IOC lower 1-3 370 600 IL 34 OO 35 OO Cattle 1,500 WEflSiro CITY L IVE', roc K Prairie Chapel Fluted Methodist — Route 3, The Rev, Cli vt Cook. Sunday .school 8 15-Worship 9:45. First Presbyterian — 802 Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A., .. t pmi * Trotyl inanm)! Miller. Sunday school 9:18, f aifects you, ‘psychic surgery” and “psychic aey for I hil-Am Travel Agency worship 10:30.    i    “And you    are willing to do surgeons”    or    adv    symbol    which    defended    psychic    healing,    say-    Reformed Presbyterian —    something    about    it    And    I    must implied    “that    actual    surgery'"8    h,‘    had    personal    knowledge, W 8o..y r »«»*ntl» ,*»•»*• [aw    „    lot    of    business    men    and takes place or that any tissue is ,b<it it wasn t a fraud. Al MST LB riff enough to fully set ■> IM -tdy, 74 (X) 79 OO, J/ 50 Hogs 1.000, butch* 41 OO 42 PO, top 4? 75, 3 I 75 35 (X    lop 35 75 1 60-34 00    2503‘9 /O'"' IL 30 SO 11 OO Monday animate: 1,209. AP) Cattle . marKe* trend bull* sM -*d/ rs 25 75 lower sows 25 low’ i t«J >' *    20117 b 28 OO 79 OC removed from the human FTC documents filed in the body.'    case include    a lab report on a In legal documents the    FTC    sample of tissue allegedly redefined psychic    surgery    as    moved from    a Seattle woman purported to be a    treatment    by    with cancer.    A Seattle medical concluded that South Fifteenth street. Sunday school IO. Worship 11. . , Church of God (Seventh (>tb‘‘r 1    around this table, Day) 600 Ninth avenue. W I they yammer and talk a lot but J Ku/yLuk* Pasto5- Son« se.r- they don’t do anything about it. vice 9:4;>, Sabbath school IO,    ,    ..    ,    . worship ll, Saturday, rriday! 7°“    1 *PPrecla,e thal- I Bible study 8.    don’t    need    to spell it out. I nile d Seventh Day Friends talk, and others keep thef*reft,*Jn - 2400_8e««)il ave- me posted as to what you do.” was nonhuman and most ^ jo, chUrchn2phmjMi; The statement acknowledged only the bare hands. Hie treat- likely was from a small animal. J Saturday.    that    Nixon    had    been    told    that which the body is entered with- laboratory out surgical instruments, using tissue NO TICE OF PUBLIC HF ARING Nolle* i% hereby qivtn th,ii on lh# 30th an/ ol January, (9/4, at V OO a.m in the Count it < lumber-, o! tt<c City ll,ill In the City at Cedar Wapiti*,, Iowa, the < tty Council /till hold » aubin hearing to ton Jhler the r,), /than nnr) cti<,po*ition at I' .-tallowing (iii%rrthe<l property and to (tm 1 y#y the kame by Nu it claim deed to I I efebure Aorooriiiion in roaiidaratlon el th# payment of *6,733 00.    * The South 40 feet of that portion of 30th Street (ii |y,ng between the //<■*.( line of Oui Lot A Bloch 2, I homo ton and Gable* Additum lo Cedar Wapid*, Iowa, mid a line Dx ated 5 feet I ait id and parallel to f»ie r right of wdy Hoi! of "CM Avitryr NE    d    f    t    ast    tv O VV llm Of "<    A /iinu# NI being 16 feet from the -filii rime) and That i,#rt on of th# JO loot alley lying immediately adjacent )o and I „xi (,i I ut, I, I, I and 4. It lot k 7, Grand View Addl lion to (attar Wapiti', Iowa The I ast 'me of '.aid alley allo being the We«,» hue of (/ut I of A, Bloch J, Thump tot i and Galilei Addition to Cedar Wapidv Iowa Any per son interested ma/ „p|rear at ■ ml hearing and bt* tie,tnt Gated thfj Vlh da/ of January, IV/t JOHN I AW THUR*, city Clerk. Puhi I'died rn The Cedar Rapid* Ga/rtte n .January 12, 19/4. and january I*, 19)4 I 56i per agate line per day I or 2 days    44    agafe    |mo    p,.,    day 3 4 5 6 days consecutive)    J PA, FOR 6 DAYS AND Oft TW 7th DAY FRFII 37c poi agate line per day 35i per agate lute per day 8 to 29 days (consecutive) 30 days (consecutive) I DAY 3 D^YS 6 DAYS 2 Imei $1 12 $2.64 S3.21 3 line I 68 3 96 4 lines 2.24 5 28 10.56 5 lines 2 80 6 60 13.20 PAY FOR 6 DAYS GET THE 7th DAY FREE! MINIMUM size ad is 2 lines. For small stze type want ads four average words for the firs* line and five words each additional line. A blind box number in care of The Gazette    alJ wot cis. Add $1 service charge if box number is used. ($1.50 if replies are mailed to you). DEADLINES 445 PM Day Pi eceriing Publication ll A M Saturday lot Sunday Publication ll 45 A M. Saturday for Mon Publication Want Ad Office Open 8 A M. to 5 P M Mon. thru Fri. Sat. 'til Noon ERROR RESPONSIBILITY: THE GAZETTE will not be responsible (or more than one incorrect insertion and only for that portion of the ad that may cive een rendered valueless by such error. Eoch inseition is proof of publication, and it is the responsibility of the advertiser to check each insertion. Cosh In Advance Classifications: 32-36-38-70-120-140 Out-ipf-Town Want Ads Are Payable In Advance The One-Time Rate Applies To Out-of-State Advertising 8 Mortuaries • Monuments NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 203 14th Ave, SE Dial 364 4439 12 Lost & Found Cemetery Lots 10_ COMPANION Crypt, Chapel of Memories, Cedar Memoral. Bv private owner. Call Dave tinqe. 393 8000. 4 GRAVE LOT in Cedar Memorial, private party. 377-3153 atter 4 30 4 LOTS, Chapel Garden—Cedar Memorial. Discount. 363-5547 atter 4. LOST: 5 horses 3 Buck Skins, 2 Appaloosas from the Cora Stodola Farm. 436 2536. LOST: White 7 month old male German Shepherd, East Hiawatha, friendly. 393-2604$. LOST:    Male Siberian    Husky, 4 months old. SE. 365-5475. Reward. IR Personal* 12 Lost & Found LOST:    Shaqqy white male dog, medium $Le, has rod collar with tags, answers to "Charlie", reward. 362-6843. FOUND in Sears narking lot on 1-5-74 -a Dartial dental plate. Owner may claim bv identifying and caving for ad, 393-8400. FOUND female cat, black with yellow markings. Vicinity Lindale Plaza. 362-3715. LOST Round Omega watch with black cord strap. Reward. 366-1813 cr 364 5776 LOST: Schipperke, injured in front O' cur house Alfred Frantz Please call Palo 851 4331. WANTED: GIRL to ride with same daily lo Iowa City from Cedar Rapids. 365-6020. A NEW YEAR . . . A NEW YOU On Ju K a.ii.* *A7 9/t/    167    6V4 PREGNANT and Distresseda Birthright Mon.-Fri.. 7-10 P.m. 362 0469. MAYBE what you need is • . ■ Masse Therapy at Evans' 362-6769 ?? QUESTIONS on or about 'he Bible answered. 377-9333. Rath/e TO ORDER Your Direct 398-8234 Want Ad Dial 16 Happy Ad, MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY . . . ORDER A HAPPY ADI DIAL 398-8234 HAPPY BIRTHDAY GRANDMA B. From Steve JANE I LlVE YOU, I ran not be just a friend Why do you play so rough. DIA/AONDS are TRUE BLUE Love, Tarzan - BABES -HAPPY Birthday and Happy Arui-versary. I'll Always Remember The Good Times WE NEED your smile Susan G Call Grandma SE RUIS Happy 33rd Anniversary, all my love Cora HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHARIE P. "FROM THE B SS" Stop Here and Shop the Easy Way SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! Dorothy C. Kramer, 39, of 1903    3*L Busine's Services B isiness Service* DICK'S TREE SERVICE GUARANTEED WORK insured ESTIMATES FIREWOOD 365-8937 D and K Mobile Home Repair All Types Repaired 393 6745 QUALMY CARPENTER WORK TO finish off that basement or attic room. Shepard Const. Co., 363-9693. SANDING and SNOW REMOVAt , WATER AND SEPTIC TANK RE* PAIR. Concrete breaking basement drainage, Stark, 362 5827 PAINTING PAPERING Winter Rates- f r## Estimates D J HINKER, 377-6277 Well Drilling Septic Tanks Pump Sa,es. Service Installation Freeze & Howell 366 6939, 3937267 UPHOLSTF RING, reasonable, < «• perienced. references, free estimates, pickup and delivery, 377 4969 Gutters, Roofs and Repair Cement. L. D. "Don" Craft, 364-6061 TO remove snow -call T R. S. Truck and special sidewalk plow. Reasonable rates 366 5 882 WALLPAPERING-PAINTING REFERENCES Bill Jarvii 364-6688 PAINTING interior exterio* Free estimates MERVIN LARSON & Son ll* i32'2 Terry Melsha Upholstering FINL FABRIC SAM Pl f S, I63M246 R. K MAHURIN CONST". Addition*, Kitchens. Siding 37/ 64JI KITCHEN REMODEL IXI MAA', Cabinets. 343 7788 CRUSHED ROCK DELIVERY Meyers Sodding A Grading 846 2840 BREEDEN TREE SERVICE I siimate* given, insured 377 7121 SNOW PLOWING 366-3304 SP t C IAI I /1 NG in PATCHING and Pl ASfl RING, I d Simon 362 77/4 Booth Tree Service, 363-0539 Y.. UR new home, planned, flnarn od Md Built. O. Alberty 363-6091 PAPf RING, mainline, exterior, In leriOr    M I. Hale 363 4 162 LIGHT KAUI ING AND CLI ANUP Any Kind. Any Time 16524'/ CUSTOM SNOW PLOWING I Cephen, 364 8 141 t AND I PAIN I ING, Ii ten.,f Reasonable, 162-1469    365    TV/) (I RA//!' tile and    in*,tailed VI 44)5 after 4 (J rn I UM NIT URI RI I fNlSH> I) 1530 Isl Ave NI    144 6869 ( ARPI NUR WORK RAC MUSIL, 393 6531 I y|)>ri'(    Sfwrihand fopylnfl Notary 163 6514 SNOW Removal, driveways and S'de- Wr-lkv Call 377-7665 34 Bookkeeping & Tax Service Federal and State, $6 Single Person, $5 32nd Year we Never Close FRANK GORUP 1004 17th Street N F 364-5573 INCOME TAX and Book keeping Fast, aer urate, reasonable service Daytime or evening appointments B 6. G Business S« r vices 912 Hid St. aw INCOME TAX ST RVICE Aer urate and Reasonable 2835 Johnson Ave ti w 363 OC69    9 to 9 Dally VIG KO I SON TAX B BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Pickup and Delivery 363 7387, 366 A108 . 366 0074 PF R SON Al t AX 0i RVIC L Bv Appointment 393 8545 36 Work Wanted—Man HAULING, 362-1680 Iii** Anything -Tree Removal SMALL carneole* lobs Allo lock and key service Pleas* call alter * JO p rn. 37/ 3769. ROOF REPAIRS Chimneys, Gutters 362 HFAVY/liqht hauling Tr## remo Reasonable t «[a>firnrrd — I insured Dial 365-3171. LIGHT HAULING AND SNiM REMOVAL DIAL 364 0018 REMODELING and nome r> pair BR UC I 366 089? or 393 U9 HAULING Reasonable IQN TRUCK) j-4Q43 363-SI54, :*65. 38 Work Wanted—Worn* DOLL HOUSE N(JRSL RY Long f stabilised Slate I teen i I OC AT IONS Cad 364-1303 1416 Center Point Road NE 2601 F Irsl Avenue SW BTH Sr DAY CARI Cf NII A Warm rt assuring Place To I t it iv Chiidno<Hl Development 6 6 Mon I ri 713 8th St SF 34 ( Hit Ii < ARE, day,, Bowman V N I Nnar Collins f .it, Reiorr Dial 3/7 0010 BABYSITTING your homo days transportation SW area lf po* 366 5556 I xim rh NCI (f babysitting in home, any ttours any .rye ( Terrace Mobile (I ,irrn (65 Si ( ME f ARIAL work in my h Typing, rh 3/7 76(2 SI WIN', Al ll RATIONS, 165 4 •OIS / Ii Aye NVY, VV**f?ltun*! Wil l babysit, my horn**, NE alter 5 to <> m tv i 3141 BABYSi t UNG, my homirn I -rant Sr hoot 365 5/65 WAN 11 O BABY! I I UNG day Grant sr Im(,I J/ HO > I. ( Hit I) r arc by prartha! nurse NY/ home Mj-tigj BABY SII UNG IN MY HOM! 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