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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Financial and Market News Stocks Score Strong Gain N15W YOKK stock market bounced back from same early losses to finish the week with a strong gain Friday. Analysis said hopes for an early end  cachment inquiry. Committee Republicans ac- cnowledged that the day may como when they must choose >etwccn supporting the Pros- dent and supporting the com- mittee. So Nixon appeared lo have gained some time hut no 'riends in rejecting its re- juest and laying down terms which implied he would limit his cooperation with the investiga- ton into his culpability. Praise Rodino Two middle-of-the-road nois Republicans or. the com- mittee, Reps. Tom Railsback and Robert McClory, praised Chairman Peter Rodino (D- I.J.) for his handling of the isue. Rodino talked Rep. Robert Qrinan (D-Mass.) who is ready to vote now to impeach Nixon, out of forcing an immediate vote on the subpoena issue Thursday. Nixon Approves Resources Law WASHINGTON, D. President Nixon signed the Wa- ter Resources Development Ac Thursday, authorizing engineer ing and design for water pro] ects that could ultimately cos more than billion. The President said, withou citing specific examples, tha the bill authorizes "some pro] ects that I believe1.to be eco riomically unjustified and it sub stitutes federal payments foi costs that in some cases shouh be borne directly by the benefit ting community." He added: "outbalance, how ever, the bill represents a ste] forward in our efforts to mod ernize water resource develop ment, and Ilook forward to con tinuing a constructive dialog with the congress on these poli Senator: Will Ask New Government Pay Hike WASHINGTON (AP) A new, quick effort to obtain pay increases for top govenuncn officials other than congress members was promised Thurs day. Senator Gale McGee (D chairman of the senate post office and committee, said civil servici he hoped tc report out such legislation nc later 'than mid-April and possi bly by the end of March. Anniversary of Church To Be Noted Magdalene Takes j Witness Stand" at 7 p.m. i The Rev. Otto A. the Tlic Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. Mar. 9, 1974 Brake. Worship 8 and 10. Miller. Sunday school 9'15. Worship Sermon: "Suf- Sermon: "What ABOUT Exor- Lutheran Church of the Res- urrection 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zwanziger. Worship 8 and fering and the Reformed Presbyterian 965 South Filtecnth street Sunday school 10. Worship 11. Church of God (Seventh Sunday school Nin'h avenue. W. c.. J- Kuryluk, pastor. Song scr- St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri jvice 'Sapbbath sthogo, t-r n iWi: 11, Saturday. Friday, Thp Hev. John R. study a Worship 8 and Sun.; United Seventh Day p.m. services at thciOay school Brethren 2400 Second avt Lutheran Church of the Church of the Itcsur-j First United Methodist W. Allen Bond, pastor" He Was at urrcction will observe its isth'reclion. 11277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. anniversary Sunday. 'Hie Rev. i St. Paul's services arc set for M stcffenson Worship 8-30 William Bicdermann, who p.m. with the Rev. JohnD. Worship 10, church school 11 Saturday. jr.. speaking on "The Cross for the ganizcd the congregation, speak at both the 8 and "...........V services. An open house has been set for 2 to 4 p.m. with the Biedcr-j mann family present Both the! Belhel Baplist _ Ul00 H hth services and open house arc avenue. The Rev. Calvin Open to the public. Thorpe. Sunday school TIlC Rev. Mr, Sermon: "The Marion Churches and 11. Sermon: "Being Some-! 1'rairie Chapel United Mctli-j odist Route 3. The Rev. Clive Cook. Sunday school Worship First Presbyterian 802 started work in Marion in Jan- uary of 1959, with the first wor- ship service being held at Long- ellow grade school, March 1. The next Sunday, March 8, Sunday Landis 0. Gross became its minister. He left in 1972 and the Drinan offered after John Doar, his motion special im- peachment lawyer for the panel, reported Nixon had offered to give the committee only materi- als which he has already fur- nished the special Watergate prosecutor, Leon Jaworski. The committee wants other evidence too including six unidentified tapes which Nixon refused to surrender. Doar wanted to avoid a com- mittee vote on the drastic step of subpoenaing Nixon. He said he wanted time to explore Nixon's cooperation with James St. Clair, the Pres- ident's lawyer. He said it would take a week or two. Some members were ranklec by Nixon's language at his Wednesday news conference. He said he would not "cart every thing" down to the committee to "have thenrpaw through it." Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich. said the remark showed arro gance. St. Clair, in a letter, wroti that the committee seemed t be asking access "to hundreds of thousands of documents am thousands of hours of rccordec conversations." Asks Time Because of that, Rodino sai( St. Clair must have misunder- stood the committee's requesl and asked for time for Doar to clarify it for St. Clair. St. Clair said granting such a request would "destroy the pre sidency" as an independent branch of government. Nixon suggested Doar and St. Clair but some members called compromise 'unthinkable." Although the committee has subpoena power, it is not anx- ious to enter that legal thicket. A. Zwanziger, came here from Iced City, Mich. He is a Strawberry Point native. Congregation plans call for of the building debt ometime this year. The third unit, the main sanctuary, is ex- Labor Regime Freezes Rents LONDON (AP) Britain's new Labor government froze all rents Friday and told shopkeep- ers to cut their profits as parl of a drive to cut skyrocketing inflation. DISTRESS FURNITURE SALE NEW FURNITURE Very High Quality at Huge Savings! Sonic slight removable smoke discoloration. Table- cloths, Cannon flat slicels, Flcxstccl hidc-a-bcds, portable bar, queen size Englandcr box springs and mattress, bedroom type 'crcdcnzas, large mirrors, various tables and (able lops, banquet chairs, wood dining chairs, carpet pad and more! Sec at former Collins Radio Plant on Garnavillo Street, Anamosa, Iowa. OPEN 1 to 5 PM FRI. SAL SUN. MAR. STICKLE BULL RENTAL Lawrence Schwers 462-4220 Don Stickle 462-2035 Frank Takes 365-7168 BOB BROOKS REPORTS HAWKEYS BASKETBALL IOWA at MINNESOTA PM SATURDAY Brought lo you by KCRG Sporls Booster Club Members THE DICK SCHULTZ SHOW Pttcidlng Ilio game-Droughl lo you by Bohominn Saving! S loan Following lln gamo-Brought lo you by Iowa Elocltit Light Pawor Co. Worm-Up, Half-Time and Wrap-Up Shows Brought lo you by Sltilmr-Llncoln Mnrcuty of the Game Is Evening worship Sacred music concert. First Baptist Four- teenth avenue. The Rev. Lylc ongrcgalion officially w a sj _ 440 Sciilth ormed. !Fifteenth street. The Rev. Don First unit of the church build-11. Martin. Sunday school was dedicated on Oct. Worship Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A. Same Age MOSCOW (AP) Soviet sci- entists believe the rocks com- posing the moon and earth are roughly the same age, Tass news agency said Saturday. ng 960. A second unit was added md dedicated on March 8, 1964. The Rev. Mr. Bicdermann left he church for an Iowa City pas- Sijuaw Creek Baptist kins school. The Rev. Kermit W. Jelmcland. Worship 9. Sun- day school 10. Itobins Faith Bible Corner orate in late 1966 and the Rcv.l01 Mai" The Rev. n ii- Rd Bateman. Worship and pected years. to be built in a few Lutheran Lenten Sunday school i St. Joseph's Catholic 995 trescnt minister, the Rev. Otto 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 Hev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school Worship Robins Church of the Brethren 355 Second street. i-1 i i iThe RGV' Harold Justice. Sun- bervices olatedklay worship n and 7. Lenten services Wednesday at h e Lutheran churches of Marion are set. Ascension will continue its :'We the Jury" series with Church of Christ 1087 Eighteenth street. William Cain, Bible school 10. Worship 11 and Ascension Lutheran 2210 Grand avenue. The Rev. 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