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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                0 The Cedar liaplds Gazelle: Sal.. Mar. 1C. 1974 Financial and Market News Stocks Off; Trade Quiet _. .arion NEW YORK slock market closet! (he week on a; quiet note Friday with prices Lutheran Churches drifting generally lower in light trading. j Set Lenten Services Brokers said investors were! Wednesday Lenten services taking a cautious position while set for the three Marion Lu- awaitmg detailed word churchcs_ Arab producing countries' oil- Ascension Lutheran continuesi plans for the months ahead. thc ..Wc thc Jllry., scrics a( 7j The DOVT Jones average of 301p.m. wjth -Judas Takes the Worship Sermon: "Love and thc Reformed Presbyterian 9G5 South Fifteenth street. Sunday school SO. Worship 11. Church of God (Seventh Day) 600 Ninth avenue. W. J. Kuryluk. pastor. Song ser- vice Sabbath school 10, worship 11, Saturday. Friday, Bible study 8. U n i t e'd Seventh Da; Brethren 2400 Second ave- nue. W. Allen Bond, pastor. Worship 10, church school 11 Saturdav. industrials closed 887.83. off C.R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rap- ids hog market Saturday were steady to 25c higher. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant de livered butchers weigliing 200 t 230 Ibs., depending on grade an condition w ere Packing sows 300 Ibs. dow; were Butchers 230-240 Ibs. are 25i off; 240-250 Ibs. are 50c off; am 75c off for each 10 Ibs. weigh over 250. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-36( Ibs., 50c off each weight gratL to 500 Ibs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 Ibs. GRAIN No. 2 yellow ccrn, 52.45 No. 1 vellow soybeans, SS.77. 33 Ib. oals, Si.55. Friday prices delivered. SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs are S36.00- S3B.OO. Prices quoted are for 90-100 Ibs lambs delivered, FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. Close Prev. yarch.................. 45.00 4190 April 45.40 no repor CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers ....S41.00-S43.00 Choice and prime heifers Good steers Good heifers S38 00-S4D'W Standard and utility steers Witness Lutheran Church of the Res- urrection services start at 7 with the Rev. Olto A. Zwanziger preaching on "Were You There Standard and utility heifers Utility cows Commercial cows .K Culler cows .................529 OQ-S32 W Bulls......................S34CO-S370{ (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heif- ers are discounted 55 per cwt. and yield grade 5 are discounted per cwt (Wasty and gobby overfat steers are S3 and S5 less per 100 Ibs. than regular com- mercial cows.) IOWA FARM EGGS DES Federal-State Mar- ket News Service reported eqq incentive medium prices unchanged to ic iower. Balance unchanged. Undertone unsettled. Graded demand light. Heavy movement to breakers. Cents per dozen at farms, cases ex- changed, quality and volume incentive Grade A, large or better 49-S3c, mostly 5Pc; Grade A, medium mostly Other farm eoas: Grade A, large or better 38-43c, mostly 40-42c; Grade A me- dium 28-36c, mostly 32-34c; Grade B, large 23-34c, mostly 25-32c; C quality dir- ties and checks 19-30c; mostly 22-25c; small and Reewees 79-30c, mostly 22-25c. POULTRY Iowa Itve hens, llahf type. Prices most- ly unchanaed. Low end of price range generally for lafe March pickups. Mar- kef barely steady. Demand fair. Buyers cautious. Cents per pound at farms- Comrnercial flocks TWc, mostly small farm flocks 3-5c. DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES Midwest carlot meat trade for lowa and river market areas: Beef trade very slow, demand poor. Choice steer 1.00-1.40 lower; choice heifer beef steady. No sales' reported on choice primal beef cuts. Steers 700-800 Ibs. grade 3, 64 800-900-Ibs. grade 3, 63.00-64.00; boning type good, sQO-auo Ibs. 65.00-65.50; choice heifers 500-700 Ibs. grade 3-4, 67.00. Fresh pork cuts slow; loins 7.00-9.00 lower; picnics 1.00-2.00 lower; skinned When He Was Services at St. Paul's Luther- an start at p.m. Theme is 'The Cross for Program of Prayer Emphasis Is Planned "Ten Brave Men" is the theme of a pre-Easter prayer emphasis set for the Bethel Baptist church, 1000 Eighth ave- nue. Men's prayer meetings are set for each day at a.m. jeginning Monday and continu- ng until Easter Sunday. The event is open to all men of the community who woulc ike to join the "Ten Brave Dimlap Rites Joe B. Dun ap, a former Marion resident, died Friday at Tama, Marion riends have been informed. Mr. 3unlap was a retired Milwau- kee Railroad employe. Services are set for Monday at a.m. a't the Harrison funeral home, 'ama. Sell House Mr. and Mrs. Hark Haltmeyer :have sold their ouse in rural Lisbon and have moved to 2330 Fourth avenue. Tie Haltmeyers sold their house o Mr. and Mrs. John Hanke- rneier of rural Anamosa. Pos- esEion will be given next Satur ay. Sale was made by John achar jr., and Co., Inc., Real- ors in cooperation with Siepker ealtors. Arnold Rites J. Glen Ar- nold, 81, of 1130 English boule- vard, died early Saturday in a Cedar Rapids hospital. Services will be .held. Monday at p.m. at the Murdoch chapel by bellies 3 00-4 00 hams -.50 to 3.00 lowe lower than Tuesd down 63.50; 14-17 56.50; Picnics 6-8 Ibs. 43.00, 8 Ibs. UD 41.00; skinned hams 14-17 Ibs. 67.00-67 50, 17-20 Ibs. 60.75-61.00, 20-26 Ibs. 57.50-61.00: seed- less bellies 15.14 Ibs. 46.00, 14-16 Ibs. 45.00, 16.18 IbS. 43.50-44.00, 18-20 IfaS. 41.50. Produce the Rev. Glen W. Lamb. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday after 1 p.m. Friends may, if they wish, contribute to the First United Methodist church as a memorial. Magnavox Annual Sale ends I Monday 18. Marion I Proposals for Senior Citizen Busing Reviewed The ad doe transportation committee K r i d a y proposed scheduling and rale recommen- dations for a 'temporary bus transportation system to serve the city's elderly. The city is purchasing two specially equipped buses with revenue sharing money, but delivery won't come until No- vember. In the meantime, two buses previously used in public trans- portation are being modified for elderly use. The committee's Friday rec- ommendations include: Six-day service from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A fare of 20 cents when ac- companied by a senior citizen identification card. Initial service with both buses on the same side of the river, alternating sides every other day. Service primarily to and from the downtown some crosstown service. An experimental demand-ac- tivated service for 30 days in which a senior citizen would call in a day ahead and routes would De planned that night. .The committee also left the door open for other experi- mental scheduling in efforts toj jrovide the best service. The recommendations mus be approved by the city council. The council will also decidi when the service is to begin. Parkersburg Youth Dies in Car Crash PARKERSBURG (UPI) A rural Parkersburg teenager lied Friday of injuries he sus ;ained when his car ran of: highway 4 and struck a bridge abutment about a mile south o lere. Authorities identified the vie tim as Gary Dean "Spain, 17 Spain was alone in the car a the time. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK IAP) (USDA] Whole- sale egg offerings fullv adequate to am- ple. Demand light Friday. Whites: Fancy larae 59-61. Fancy medium 55-58. Fancy smalls 38-41. Suiter offerings adequate. Demand slow Jo fair. Prices unchanged. Okay ed by Senate DES MOINES (AP) The senate Friday accepted a con- ference committee report anc passed a bill to set school slan- Marion Churches dards. The measure goes to the compromise house where the will be studied. The house and senate were unable to resolve differences on the teaching of U.S. and Iowa history. The senate version of the measure said teachers must emphasize the contributions of all people when they teach the course, while the house version said women and minorities should be emphasized. The compromise reads that teachers should teach the con- tributions and cultures of all persons, with a positive effort to emphasize the role of women and minorities who might have been slighted in the past. Industry Output Off 0.6 Percent WASHINGTON (AP) Led, by a drop in car assemblies, ripv- Dcnny duslrial output dipped in Fcbru-'1' Brake' Worship K and 10' ary for the third straight "Spllt-Lcvcl Hcad- and was just above a year Luthcran of thc Ucs. Bethel Baptist 1000 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Calvin Thorpe. Sunday school Worship Evening wor- ship Evaluating lay ness mission. First -Baptist 2R95 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 Rev. Kermit W. Jelmeland. Worship 9. Sun- day school 10. Robins Faith Bible Corner ol Main and Mentzer. The Rev. Ed Bateman. Worship and 6. Sunday school St. :Joscph's Catholic 9D5 Fifth avenue. The Rev. Justin A. Kane, the Rev. Martin W. Pfab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday at T 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- Jowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school Worship Ser- mon: "On Understanding Robins Church of the Brethren 355 Second street. The Rev. Harold Justice. Sun- day school 10. Worship II and 7. Church of Christ 1087 Eighteenth street. William Cain, Bible school 10. Worship 11 and Ascension Lutheran NOTICE OF HEARING AND LETTING AND INVITATION TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given lhat the City Council of the City ot Cedar Rapids, lowa meet in me council Lnambers on tnt; 27 day of March, 1974 at a.m. COST, at which time and place the city Council will hold a hearing on tne proposed plans, speci icalions and Form of Confract for "-'-vay U. S. 30 Water Main Reloi :ed at the intersection of Hi, tne Highw, tins locate ..._ v, way u. S 30 with Bow.lng Street S. W., 6th Street S. W. and Waconia Avenue S. Sealed bids will be received by the City or i_euer lOWo d, me Oiiict of int: LiiY Lleni the "Ihird Hoar at Cilv Hall unril a.m. COST on roe 27 day of and thereafter-in the be opened and read aloud.'proposals will be acted upon by the City Council at this same meeting or at such later time and p.ace as may ihen be fixed. The work consists of the following- Construction of approximately il03 lin- eal _feet of 12-inch Ductile Cast Iron Water Mam, 725 Hneal feet of whicn shall he en- cased in 24-inch. Steel Casing Pipe; three 2-inch by 12-inch Tapping Sleeves and Valves; salvage one 12-inch Tapping Sleeve ana Valve; one 12-inch Gate Valve; me Q-incn Vdive; iwa vaive rAsn- holes; relocating two Fire Hydrants; sal- vaging three Fire Hydrants, and 15 fon crushed stone surface course. The work also includes providing a two-year Maintenance Bond and comple- mg all incidental items necessary for complete construction. including tesfina and disinfection of the completed main Payment' to the Contractor will be made on We basis of monthly estimates equivalent to ninety percent (90 percent of the contract value ol the work ed during Ihe preceding calenda. be based upon n an es each moi nplct' tonih, Jrepareq on trie first of each month by he Engineer, who will certify to Ihe City "r payment of each approved estimj't r before the. tenth tlOlh) day of th as an 2210 the Federal says. Reserve Board The decline of 0.6 percent last month compared with a dip of 0.7 percent in January, the board reported Friday. C.R. Drug Numbers To.report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 If you need help: Founi'olion II... 362-2174 'r  or ct of acceptance for any part-of the partially or totally completed Final payment of the remaining ten percent (10 percent) will be made thtrty-one (31) days alter completion and final accep- ance by resolution of the City Council of Ihe completed contract, subject to the conditions and in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 573 of the Code ol lowa, latest edition. All proposals shall be submitted In two (2) copies of forms furnished by the City, sealed and plainly marked. Any alteration of the proposal form may be cause for "flection. Each proposal shall be accompanied In a separate envelooe by a certified check drawn on a solvent bank and made pay- able to the Treasurer of the City of Cedar Rapids, lowa, or a deposit of. cash, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bid- dor and acceptable surety, in an amount equal to not less than ten percent (10 per- cent) of the bid. Thc successful bidder will be renulred lo furnish a bond In an amount equal TO one hundred percent (100 oercenl) of the contract urice, said bond to be Issued by a responsib'e surety approved by the City Council and shall guarantee the prompt payment of all materials and labor and save harmless the City of Cedar Rapids rcm and damapcs of any Kind caused by the operation ol the contracF. Attention Is called to thc (act that Ihls contract is subject lo the provisions of the ..HV of Cedar Rapids Non-Discrimination By virtue of statutory authority, orefer- _nce will be given lo products and irovlslons qrown and coal produced with- n the State ol and to lowa domei- Work shall beoln within ten (10) calen- _ar days after Ihe date of written Notice o Proceed. ?nd shall be completed by November 1, 1v74. Plan1: and 
                            

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