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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa JL The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., April 27, 1974 Financial and Market News Stock Mart Makes Gain NEW YORK (AP) - A technical rally survived a session of wide swings in the stock market Friday, carrying prices to their first general gain in more than a week. The advance was accomplished despite a dramatic half-point increase in the prime lending rate, to a record ll percent, by New York’s Franklin National bank. The Dow Jones average of SO industrials closed up 6.96 at 834.64. CHICAGO GRAIN QUOTATIONS Furnished by Lamson Brothers WHEAT— • OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE PREV. CL. May ,... 4.35 -4.37 4.37 4.09'. 2 4.09ft 4.30 July ............... .... 4.20 -4.23 4.23 3.97 3.97 4.16 September ........ .....4.21 -4.23 4.24 4.01 Va 4.OIV2 4.22 December ........ 4.36 -4.37 4.37 4.07 4.07 4.27 CORN— May .......... .....2.91% 2.91% 2.83 2.85 2.82 July ............. . .. 2.92VJ 2.92'/a 2.85 2.86'* 2.83 September ........ ... 2.86Vi 2.86’2 2.78 2.78'* 2.76'* December ... 2.71 *2.71% 2.71% 2.58 2.60 2.62 OATS— May ............. .....1.41'* I.41’ a 1.34 1.361* 1.35'* July .............. .....1.43V4 1.43’/4 1.37ft 1.38'* 1.37'* September ........ .....1.45MI 1*5' J 1.4G 1.40ft 1.39ft SOYBEANS— May .............. . 5.82 -5.83 5.85 5.59 5.60 5.74'* July .............. . ..5.84 -5.86 5.89 5.61 5.61 5.77'* August ......... . 5.78 -5.79 5.87 5.59 5.60'* 5.76 September ........ .... 5.70 -5.74 5.76 5.52 5.53 5.69 November 5.58 -5.68 5.75 S. 45ft 5.48'* 5.65 C. R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rapids hog market Saturday were lower. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant delivered butchers weighing 200 to 230 lbs., depending on grade and condition were $29.50-$30.00. Packing sows 300 lbs. down were $25.25-$25.75. 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 I each weight grade from 300-360 lbs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 lbs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 lbs. FEEDER CATTLE Frlday't quotations from Lamscn Bros. ..    Clote Prey. Way  ...................... 44,05    44.75 Au0USt ........ SHEEP 42,25    43 00 Choice to prime shorn lambs under 105 lbs., S38.00-S40.00. GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn, S2.65. No. I yellow soybeans. $5.24. 33 lb. oats, SI.29. Friday prices delivered. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers ... S39.50-S4l.50 Choice and prime heifers ____S38.50-S4i.50 Good steers .................$37.50439.50 Good heifers     S36.50-S38.50 Standard and utility steers .435.50437.50 Standard and utility heifers .435.50437.50 Utility cows ...............$28.50-$31,50 Commercial cows ............$28.50431.50 Cutter cows  ............ S30.50-S31.50 Bulls ............S33.50-S36.50 (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heifers are discounted $5 per cwt. and yield orade 5 are discounted $10 per cwt.) (Wastv and 9obby overfat steers are $3 and $5 less per IOO lbs. than regular ccm mercial cows ) IOWA FARM EGGS DES MOINES — The Federal-State Market News Service reported prices /Market News Service reported prices unchanged. Undertone about steady Graded demand slow Limited retail features noted in nearby consumer areas. Dealer inventory building. Cents per dozen of farms, cases exchanged, quality and volume -incentive Grade A large or better 34-38C, mostly 35c; Grade A medium 26-30c, mostly 27-28c. Other farm eggs: Grade A, large or better 25-33c, mostly 28-30c; Grade A medium 18-27c, mostly 25-26c; Grade B large 16-25c, mostly 23-25c; C ouality dirties and checks 10-22c. mostly l8-20c; small and pewees 10-22c, mostly 1820c. POULTRY Iowa live hens, live type — prices unchanged Undertone barely steady to weak. Offerings and trading light and unaogresaive as buyers bid lower. Supply ample. Cents per pound at farms: Commercial flocks 5-6c, mostly 5’JC; small flocks 3-4C. Iowa Hogs DES MOINES (AP) (USDA) —Estimated receipts Friday at Iowa and southern Minnesota Of loire* Interest YESTERDAY S QUOTATIONS (From Lamson Brothers) Am. Ins. Fund    ... .....  4.13-4.51 Am. Rein.................... 21    -21    -'4 Bandaq       27 7 a Banks of Iowa    ..... 23%-24% Beatrice Foods ..........  20 Cherrv-Bur. ........ .no    trades Conrac    ........... 18'4 Consolidated    Foods  ...... 18'    i Executive Data Systems    2 -    2-4 FMC .................... ma FMIC ..................... 7Mi*    7*8 Guardsman .......... .    21/16- 2Vi Harnischfgr    .      26 Hawkeye BanCorp ........... 8 7 a-    9% Interstate P............... 15 Iowa Electric  ............. 13'* Iowa-Ill. Gas  ......... 14’    2 John Deere    38'    4 Kidde comm.....  15% Keuffel & Esser    ...    14'*-15% Life Investors, Inc.......9'/j-10'/4 LTV Corp............... 9-4 Mapco comm    .    20’    2 AAaytao . ....,.......... rah McCord Corp...........no    trades Ray To Make Visit to China DES MOINES (UPI) - A spokesman in the Iowa governor’s office said Friday that Gov. and Mrs. Robert D. Ray plan to join five other governors and their wives on a bipartisan delegation to visit China in mid-May as part of a program to normalize    relations with the United States. Richard    Gilbert, Ray’s news secretary, said “Ray expects to make the    trip.” Gilbert said Ray’s schedule is being planned to include the trip. The trip would be Ray’s second in three years to the Far 'East. He joined ll other gover- CHICAGO    CASH    GRAIN    .    5 ..... CHICAGO (AP) —    Wheat    No    2 soft red nors in 19/2 On a goodwill 4.36n Friday; No 2 hard 4 36n.    : tmir of Tonon Corn No 2 yellow 2.94%n.    ■ lour OI japan. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 1.56'jn.    mho nfhor cmvornnrc orc Dom Soybeans no i yellow 5 so 1 ?n.     1 ne Omer governors are uem- -ocrats    Calvin Rampton of Utah, Mn i??f ss /p l ? n,cjl s Ka'ti . t Philip Noel of Rhode Island and DES MOINES (AP) (USDA) — Midwest     r .    ... carlot meat trade for Iowa and river Marvin Mandel Of Maryland, market areas:    ,    _    ...    _    ,    . , Beef trade slow, demand continues nar- and Republicans Ray and Arch row; limited salss choice steers steady;    \    ,...    ,    .    . choice heifers steady to 1.00 lower; choice Moore, IT., Of West Virginia. Steers 500-700 lb. 65.00, 700-800 lb. 62.50-    ’ J    ° 63 00 . 800-900 lb. 60.00-61.00; heifers 500-700    --- lb. 64.00-64.50. Fresh cut pork trade fairly active; loins steady to .50 higher; picnics .50 to 1.00! hiqher; skinned hams steady to 2.50 hiqher; bellies steady to 1.00 lower; loins! 14-17 lb. 63.00-63.50, 17-20 lb. 53.50-54.50; picnics 6-8 lb. 37.00-37.50, 8 lb and up 36.00; skinned hams 14-16 lb. 52.00, 17-20 lb. 48.50-49.50, 20-26 lb. 46.00-47.25, 26-30 lb. 44.50-44.75, 26 lb. and up 43.25-44.00;bellies 16-18 lb 40.50, 18-20 lb. 36.00. Mid-America Mid-Continent, Ind Miracle ................. Ozark    ............ Quaker Oats ............ Rath ............. Rockwell ........... Svntex    ..    . United Fire 8. Cassalty Victor Corp..... Univar ........... Winnebaqo ......... 4.45-4.86 3' 8- 3*8 4’*- 5 3’ 4 22 J a 43-8 26 48” 4 19V4-20’ 4 7% 15’4 6U First National Bank of Marion now accepting first installment real estate and personal property taxes. Bring your tax statement with you. Penalty attaches May 5. A free service. —Adv. * * * Free Service — Pay Your Real Estate Taxes at Farmers State Bank before May 5.—Adv. * * * Fire Call — Marion firemen were called to Dunkin Donuts, 694 Seventh avenue, Friday night when employes smelled a trace of gas. No fire, smoke or gas smell could be found by firemen. * * * Returns Home — Dr. R. E. Leidigh, 1080 Ninth avenue, returned home Friday from Oklahoma City where he spent the last two weeks visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Bach. * * * Sell House — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engle have sold the house at 479 Tenth street to Mr. and Mrs. George Fulford who live in California. Possession will be given June IO. Sale was made by Cliff W. Doe, and Co., Realtors, in cooperation with the Woodford Co. Burch Plea for Republicans To Line Up with Nixon Falls Flat Morion Churches Bethel Baptist — 1000 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Calvin Thorpe. Sunday school 9:30. We*.ship 10:30. Sermon: “The Stalwartness of the Saints’’. Evening worship 7:30. Report from the Iowa Baptist conference. First Baptist — 2095 Fourteenth avenue. The Rev. Lyle W. Lee. Worship 9:30. Sunday school 10:30. Grace Baptist — 440 South Fifteenth street. The Rev. Don R. Martin. Sunday school 9:45. Worship 10:50 and 6:30. Squaw Creek Baptist — Wilkins school. The Rev. Kermit W. Jelmeland. Worship 9. Sunday school IO. Robins Faith Bible — Corner of Main and Mentzer. The Rev. Ed Bateman. Worship 9:30 and 7. Sunday school 10:45. 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, 9:30 and ll a.m. and 5 p.m. at the church and 8:30, IO and 11:30 at the school. Marion Christian — 1050 McGowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school 9:30. Worship 10:45. Sermon: “The Need To Be Needed”. Robins Church of the Brethren — 355 Second street. The Rev. Harold Justice. Sunday school IO. Worship ll and WASHINGTON (AP) - A White House argument that the future of the Republican party is inextricably wrapped up in the fate of Richard Nixon has met with a chilly response from party leaders. Dean Burch, former party chairman and now a special counselor to the President, told the Republican national committee Friday that the convictions of the people, the principles of the party and the programs and policies of the ad-ministration are indistinguishable. “I'm not going to play chic-ken-and-egg — they’re simply indistinguishable,” Burch said. “By the same token, I submit to you that Richard Nixon is our President and the leader of our party, and that these two roles are indistinguishable: our hopes and our goals and our fortunes are one. “His record of accomplish- and against the record of the incumbent.” “We're running as Michigan Republicans,” said Michigan Chairman William McLaughlin, whose state party has lost two formerly “sure” Republican The lines fell flat on a silent congressional seats in recent audience. record solidly based in Republican principle. The President’s record is a platform for Republican candidates to grab hold of and to run on.” “Against President” Later a committee member who asked not to be named said in an interview that, once the primaries are over, “you’re going to see Republicans running against the President.” “No, there wasn’t any enthusiasm for it,” Ohio G.O.P. Chairman Kent McGough said special elections, including one race in which Nixon personally campaigned. “Superb Condition” Burch, party chairman during the disastrous 1964 campaign of Barry Coldwater, reminded the committeemen that it was largely Nixon who put the party of Burch’s speech, adding that;back together again and said it Ohio Republicans “are going to owed him support during his run on state issues.”    tribulations. “This is not a presidential year as far as we’re concerned in Indiana,” Committeeman L. Keith Bulen said. “We’re not going to invite the President, the vice-president, the cabinet or Hollywood stars. We’re going merit is our record, and it is a to run on the basis of the issues United Plans Added Denver Flight June 25 Alioto Pledge: Keep Zebra Manhunt Going “I would simply submit to you that his powers of regeneration and his skills of leadership are in superb working condition,” Burch said. “And I’d remind you that, wherever and whenever we needed him most — any time, any place, to charge up the faithful or convince the undecided — he has always been right there. The only time Burch was interrupted by appreciable applause was when he said Nixon will produce “a massive body of evidence” for impeachment in- SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — filed to halt it by the National,vestigators next week which i    Mayor Joseph Alioto, saying the Eighteenth street. William Cain, . J .    ..     r    °    . Bible school lo. Worship ll streets must be made safe and 6:30.    from these mad murderers,” Ascension Lutheran — 2210 has pledged to keep the Zebra Grand avenue. The Rev. Denny ii- a x-__ •I. Brake. Worship n an.l IO. manhunt going derpi'e an ad-    rinnlri,    C'lnn.io United Air I ines will offer ev .Sermon: "Peter and the Wolf’, verse court ruling.    ’    chowing    the decision, olic< L/BDICTS L-I n Cj U 6 Un,ted A,runes w ,ll offer ex- !sundayschool8:50    ]    ,., t mus( be * ade plain that CUef Donald Sect, sa,d the de- r -    * Assn. for the Advancement of will bring out the whole truth Colored People and the Ameri-1 about Watergate, can Civil Liberties Union. ; He did not elaborate. “New Tactics” panded flight service beginning Lutheran Church of the Res- .....— — .....—     r    "......;    nartment this summer, according to Unit- urrection 2770 Eighteenth | this is no signal for any letup in ^     whjch    invo , ve    addj _ has ed’s Cedar Rapids C C. McIntyre. manager. ^ Vt ' nuc ' Zwanzigcr. Senate Approves Bill Revising Obscenity Laws The Rev. Otto AJthe intensive manhunt in.. .    „ Worship 8 and Droeress ” Alioto said Friday t,onal P^ 800001 m the , man 10:30. Sunday school 9:15.    ■    L    i    ....    , n ,i c Z l hunt. He refused to give details Included in the line's plans st. Paul’s Lutheran (Missouri ni £ l1 Twelve murdt.s and six are daily 7 nonstop service to Synod) — 915 Twenty-seventh; armed assaults require no less Denver and direct ronnprtimrl street - The Rev - John D - Huber,) than this ” louver ana direct connecting ]r Worship 8 and 10: 30. Ser- _ .. said me ae- a i * I * rn “implemented As Liking Plum Wine, Violence flights on wide-bodied aircraft mon: Sunday school 9:15. to Los Angeles. Honolulu and First United Melodist — San Francisco    1 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. I dllLloLU.     G]en    Lamb    and    the    ReVi    ^ SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — A A sampling of reaction to the disenchanted associate of the court order indicated most of-1Symbionese Liberation Army ficers accepted it.    which    kidnaped Patricia Hearst Police say one O') mote assail- .. We do what wc re told," said has depleted its leader. Cinque, ? n, L®" rcspons !^ le J *•_*» ll James Spillage.     as a dnmk with a short temper “It was accepted with no and violent tendencies. Produce DES MOINES - The Iowa senate voted, 46 to 0, Friday af- (MDT). This will allow chicago produce    ternoon    for a bill revising the 'travelers to connect with a 7:45 CHICAGO (UPI) - Butter: Prices paid     1UI d , ul “ ieviaiI, 5    . delivery to chicago unsettled: 93 score state £ obscenity laws as thev P RI. night to San francisco and 60’4; 92 score 59; 90 score 58.    uuaccnny laws da suey I,    .    °    , Egos: Prices paid delivery to Chicano affect minors and returned it to ljt)S Angeles, unsettled’ Prices to retailers:    Extra 1 seemingly unprovoked attacks said Lt - Matthew ; Mary Stem. JU of Redding. is**,!!& R ~'- sunday "" oo1 •***•    hts    ' Th T    " as ncver . any ITT Prairie Chapel United Moth- police to abandon the blanket tion to hurt anyone, said Sgt. v j f ,i pnrp cr a members dom- Sft Cook^Simdav JK, 8 45    of    Mucks    who    Aloys,u Murray.    d    his    foUo£s    and’ could Worship 9-45     1 e S eneral description of one Another objected to the public n0 , stand crlticism First Presbyterian   802 ^n^pectcd assailant.    announcement    of    the    sweep    be- 'liw ’fSSiimi «Jai I the house for consideration of A non-stop flight from Denver I Twelfth s"trect''fhe’Kcv. JayT since    the program    began    cause    it put    the    killer    or    killers     Ttle    >  B I    has    ittentified    Cinque senate amendments.    will leave at I p.m. and arrive Miller, Sunday school 9:15. April 17.    more than 600 black    on notice.    in    °    ” d^^‘r^ M Mdn,v RaPidS . a ‘, 3:3 J    TdPrayNmt! men had    been detained    by of-,    “If    we’d    just    performed    the|    ^ Siem    told    aulhorities decant exposure was ruled oui McIntyre said United s /:4d■ Reformed Presbyterian — of order by Lt. Gov. Arthur Neu a.m. one-stop flight to Denver 965 South Fifteenth on grounds it would affect will connect with a IO a.m. 7 *7 Sunday^ Vehool ^ ti' Worshin ii I given ay two victims.    an    inis    outcry,    sam an umucir mon ths ion as a oossible adults as well as minors and. flight to D>s Angeles and Hono-1 ivemns stucTy &  N>ticc ot Weal titled officer “ T k napi^g attended therefore, should be offered in a lulu.    Church    of    God    (Seventh    police    01    Appt ai      !    .    ♦    on    ii    T    ^    „    I    *     s    *    „    c,    k,    i    ♦    ^. separate bill.    \yh en    the    new schedule Day) ~ 600 Ninth avenue - w - Zirpoli said the dragnet was D I • D I *    about    ^    SLA    meetings    D    , Changes in the original house J, 'Xt uLed will    ZI^fsatt fiZ ^    -   P ^ lnn    ,nm    "* NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) (USDA) — Wholesale eqg offerings fully adequate to ample on large and mediums. Demand fair Friday. Whites: Fancy large 45-48. Fancy medium 39-42. Fancy smalls 31-34. Butter offerings ample. Demand spotty. Creamery 93 Score 63'/« cents; 92 score 62Vi, 90 score 61’2-62. GM Profits school IO, C|;,_ Lw OKO/ Ibm were approved earlier by nine daily departures from I worship"! I, s”«terd»r‘E‘iclay: the civil rights of blacks. He Uy UxJ /O she senate judiciary committee cedar Rapids with a seat offer Bible study's. _    _    said    police    may    interrogate    only DETROIT (AP) - General     WCfe    aC ‘    McIntyre    noted packing plants,    important    con-     M    4H f; rc t    ^    senate, centration    yards    and    buy    sta-    Motors armings during the first    one part    of the committee quarter of 1974 totalled $120 mil-    amendment    prohibits drive-in lion, an 85 percent drop from! theaters from exhibiting ob- tions 60,000; week ago 59,000; year ago 51,000. Butchers: generally 50 higher than Thursday mid-session, or steady to 25 higher than Thursday close. Movement fairly active. Demand good. Sows: fully 25 higher. Country points—U.S. 1-3, 200-230 lb 29,50-30.00; 230-250 lb 28.75-29.75;    250-270    lb    27.75- 29.00; sows    270-330    lb    25.25- 25.50; 330-400 lb 24.75-25.00. 230^b S 30. 1 00-30.5^; S 230-250 0 ?b ) cent from the comparable 1973 29.25-30.25;    250-270    lb    28.15-(period 29.50; sows    270-330    lb    25.75-    The $120 million profit mark 26.00; 330-400 lb 25.25-25.50. Waterloo Hogs WATERLOO — Butchers and sows were 25c lower. Packing plant delivery No. 2 butchers weighing 200-230 lbs S29.25 $29.75. No. 2 sows weighing 300 lbs, $25.50-$26.00. the same period in 1973, the 806116 films that can be seen , • j T-* • * ,    from    outside    its boundaries company said Friday.    .    un    i---, — 41 ,u The automaker said its per Uadcl l Clifton "umbom ‘(R- Iowa scnate has conflrmcd ,en share Senate Confirms Ray Appointees DES MOINES (AP) — The Bomb in Parking underground group because of Lot Damages 50 its preoccupation with violent Vehicles; 2 Hurt She said she and Wheeler left A bomb the SLA last October after DENVER (AP) I nited Seventh Day persons suspected of an actual Brethren — 2400 Second ave-nue. W. Allen Bond, pastor. * Samrday. 10 chuich ' s<h ° o1 11 Thomas O’Connor filed notice of tore through a parking lot members threatened to kid her  -appeal    of    the Zirpoli ruling. Two Men Charged    Police    issued a new set of tore mrougn a par King un —--------    —    ” Thursday night outside    a hotel     n one occasion, she said,    De- where a governor, a U.S. sena-     1    1>atr j c ' a -----------or—    I    —■"    —~ T ■    —    -    j,.- anH tui , frmirrnimcn were and Nancy Perry. 26. threat- With    Drunk    Driving s ea rch guidcHncs bofori'thv    rul-    ! i;|nadl ) ,' a m ^ liw    Po , ic( .    mod her at gunpoint    but o men    were    charged    with     a Ji„„.an,i- s Lreh    said two persons were    injured    "heeler intervened. Later other pnrnincrq nf 4i rant* w 3 e !lJt ‘ dUU wuw u ^*uuumu    q ov    R 0 h er f    R av * s    aDDoint-L * T     v “«" 1M1 the wholesale stop-and-search earnings ot 41 cents was Maquoketa) to delay enforce- i i    7 y .     dpp . drurft driving after thev wen*L^ m „ n!fTn    **    tho    and    50    vehicles    damaged, west for any first quar- 1 TV:.. J ment s to various state commis-!o rrP c t pd Fridav niaM    camoaicn    had    ended,    the    ..... the lowest for any first quar-j - t f (h ( provjsion t0 give ,, . ,culs    ■»    arrested    Friday    night ter s nee 1948.    lr ;    [    ,     K    ,    sions    without    a    dissenting    vote.    Rnn^iH col V 4u . j , theaters a chance to make _.    .     1    Honald Sales during the period to-1.     t    viewinc         — tailed $6.94 billion, down 27 per- l cnan e es 10 prevent viewing The appointees confirmed Fri- Fairfax, was arrested at 8:45 cssari!y been r6m() \od Scheffert, members    robbed    her    and campaign    natl    cnoea,     ine    "‘tho    iKimh    wh^ch    twliw    said     wheo,cr of    she said    Frida y danger of repetition has    not nee-     1 1 , ht    oomb.    whiiti    ponce    sam    . y    had apparently been planted in     m f 1 inR , a car, severeiv damaged 12 of said Wheeler was once compares with $817 million, 0 r j UI11Iu j ,, 1 1 a PP[ iCatl0n    r—    Richard    Grossman    Marshall-1 nnrtpH $2 84 a qharo ronnrtpH h.i pin a posed law throughout Iowa by aicndra Grossman, Marsnan- ported January-March 1973    prohibiting cities from pass?-- own    commission on judicial Sfpvt _’    local pornography ordinances. and protests by blacks followed sta t e beside the lot. There were ab< J^, Ho was a prison buddy Steven D. Freno, 23, of 1628 j announcement of the stop-and- no injuries.    I    DeFreeze. Suits were Police speculated the bomb FROZEN PORK BELLIES Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. Close Pr®v May .... ____________ fi. ii    45.35 July    ...    45.05    46.35 August ....... 44 40    45 60 ; ^ wa 5’*r M , an u , Turkish Court Hospital!zed with ReiectsAppea Wound in Loo By 3 Americans (AP) — A five- sobd waste disposal commis- qualifications.    Fifth avenue SW. was arrested I search W. A. Krause, Hampton; Clif- at 9 p.m. in the 103 block of Sev- campaign. ford White, Pella — Iowa merit    enth street SW after    police    alle- employment commission.    gedlv observed him    driving    er- Herbert Campbell, Washing-    rascally, ton: Jane Smith, Sioux City — Bond for Scheffert was set at air quality commission.    $500. Freno’s bond was $400. Dr. Sam Th thill, Iowa City — was made of dynamite. Linn Magistrate IO Injured by Texas Tornado PECOS, Texas (AP) — Four! 1 IOWA CITY - James W., F, 6 ro.rv _    »» Pearson, jr. 41. prominent low:,) 77 It,min;,I appeals court posTvuL P °-’rhl L PM*uif Mer nim * )us ‘ ness t’*" 1 ' ’ s ‘ n Mercy    Fridav    upheld a lower court    Robert Russell. Iowa City — « c Lo so-ccso' hospital here being treated for    decision    sentencing three Amer-    waler quality commission. What police describe as “a gun-    leans to    life terms on conviction    Mn. D. D. Pellegreno, Story    hospitalized    Fri SSUSX »’SJ ISMS shot wound in the upper portion ”f conspiring to smuggle drugs I City - Iowa aeronaut.es com- P*     re COWS $25.52-32.50; bulls $38.00-$40.00.    .    rr r    .    .    T' ur k PV —    j    of his left leg.”    /    ,    . r 'mn* rITV i    not    ~ ..    ...    .    The    hushed    session lasted five sioux city (ap) (usda) — sioux Police officers said they are minutes unable to determine the circum- The verdict of the Turkish,    .    . . , hiqher; u s. i-3. W?4o ib 31.50-^^ stances surrounding the shoot- court virtually exhausted all    loWci Mi sh3 OS ling because: “Mr. Pearson is in legal means for a reversal of!    ^ mission. Three Die in sows steady to 25 lb 25 50-26-25 Cattle 300. U. S. Committee Gives Riffle and to wife!    UNICEF $7.7 Million -    n,|. j Beverly, 36, of Colorado Springs.| I NITED NATIONS (AP) — PaCTC p cill SC? ^ be y wen> walking through the The I S. committee for UNICEF lot when the bomb went off and    turned over a check for    $7 7 Three    new judicial    magis-    suffered shrapnel-like wounds,    million Thursday to the    U.N. Hates for Linn county have They were released from the Children’s Fund, been named. They are James hospital Friday,    Rachel    Boachen,    4,    and    Alex Bennett,    Brent Harstad and;    Inside the Denver Regency    M*?ra, 6, presented the check to Frank Mitvalsky, all    Cedar    Inn, Gov. John Vanderhoof, Sen    U.N. Secretary-General    Hurt Rapids attorneys.    Peter    Dominick,    Reps. Pat (Waldheim.    The money came day when a tornado struck al Three of the four current sd ’ r « k ’ r a " d 0°" ,, B ™ tz ™ a "    * h ? s ®' 0 of vN ‘ C “’f eet ‘ trailer park. Six others were I magistrates have been re-ap- ’■ a " d Den ’' er Mayor B ’» “'N**-; jng cards, the annu a l Halloween treated and released.    I    pointed. They are Miles Adams, I ob »'<« among a crowd attend- tnck-or-treat campaign and Rescuers found Brian Smith 1 Guy Booth and Robert Pepin. '”6 ” IC Amigos de Ser Confer-; g‘f s from individuals and cor-2, in mud 50 yards from his The magistrates were named ence ' hcld ^ a Spamsh-Ameri- porauons, a spokesman said. mobile home. He suffered head by the magistrate appointing I ca iJ. 1 B roup ’ 1 J    The    hotel also is hosting ai JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, III. (UPI) — Cattle 900; steers jj Qn »» -“•-''•“-WW* legal means lor a reversal OI!    * iiniuripq anH hic narnnl s rzx    infprviowq    nf     ine    00161    aiso    IS    noslin K     a the intensive care unit, and t h ( , sentences of Katherine Zenz DENISON (AP) - Diane Hin- J *? . nd . h ! s P apents re- comm fU'i' after interviews of noting 0 f ^ Colorado Safety Mrs. Pearson is under soda- V TLancast r Ms Joann i Hers. 16, Manning, and ,, auI “ived leg injuries. All were in 14 applicanls Thursday    eel    ng    ct    me    t o,arado ately McDanie? 29! 7coos Bay    I Robertson. 15. Granville, S .C„ 1 sa " sfactory condlt,on - as was ! The new terms,    w hich are for According to Public Safety and Robert Hubbard, 23, of San were killed in a one-car ac-rector Dave Epstein, “Iowa Diego.    |    cident    early    Friday    on    a    Craw- the fourth person hospitalized, two years, begin July I. Salary - !    for    the    part-time positions is Photos Smeared    $4,800    year. BERLIN (AP) — Pictures The number of part-time Congress, which includes number of police chiefs. Services Set Y\ EST UNION - Services will steady; belters steady to 25 higher; choice steers 4l.0C-43.00; high choice And J prime 41.00-41.SO; 90cd and choice 40 00 n 41.50; choice heifers 41.50-42.50; no can- nirortnr nee or cutter cows.    ,l»ucviui »o*ib s i25c%oo; 1 no V-3 ro^'jb VcxCjUity police responded to a call j} le decision makes the sen- fo"d county road near Denison 2-<^260-2M ?b 3 2^oo^^jBO- b 2 5    0 from the Johnson county ambu- tence final except for a slim Authorities said the car the c Fun in nr* v    •**     1    •    ♦    ♦    ♦    ck    kqu    m    a    1    on    »    ct    i Monday estimated receipts: Aooo cat-    c Prvir . p    cKnrtiv    hnfjtrp    9    u u * V I    inomtiorc „, or „ ririinrr in I. f* tH„i showin § Nazi a trocities in war-magistrates in the county was be held Monday at 1:30 at St. t,e ' ’' 20 °    I* y    r hm,ce    tha , 1    a    def i nse    Tvq Ti [    rZ g A T J g - ?    time    Poland    were sprayed with increased from four to six this Olaf’s Lutheran church here for om .h.T^sto«    am Saturday     or    re-trial    may    be    granted,    Wad and *l«Md into a     ain(    ^     sm P ear ^    ^    Army    Spec. h.? ma ” a ^ p, „ (USDAI    No    barges have been filed, legal authorities said.    vine.    ot    «n « v KiKit i.00°higher; Iyer U 260 V lbs steady to 5o and will not be filed until we    The    re-trial is only granted in 23o h fbs 37Mr d oth^r h i e 3 ad i9^4o r ^s n<, 3i 2 ?^ have time to question both Mr.    cases when    important new cvi- J BELLEVUE —    Raymond    H.|‘ 35o 7j ibs 3 26.M-28 !) 5o ds sows 0 'higher and Mrs. Pearson.”    dence    or witnesses can be pre- Stillmunkes, 37 catne ifc> and 4 calves 0 I,jo:.- not enough Pearson is in satisfactory con- sented, they said.    was killed Friday    in a farm acolyte    ^on^i&d" stiS dition, and was expected to be:    The    three    will probably bene-cident on his farm, commercia?co^s'“.oo^e^ ut , ' ,v *** moved from intensive care    fit from an    amnesty bill under    Authorities said    the    accident 4C Kenneth R. I ^ ^    swastikas    at    an    exhibit    Friday    Magistrate    Glenn    Barr    was    Thompson    who    died    in    a    fire    in I in West Berlin.    j    not    re-appointed.    j    Germany    this    week. 43. rural Bellevue. rf     v    ■    -•    -    •    'V    ^    Vt    I    -V    V    ,    -tv-    , m \    j    . | _ LIVESTOCK FUTURES CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on tire Mercantile Exchange Friday: Live Beet Cattle June ........ August  ____ October ......... December ...... February .......... April ...... Li vt Hogs Jwm ______________ July ............. August ........ October .......... December .. . February ..... April WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY (AP) - Stockyard trading Friday: Cattle 25; no* enough available to establish market trend; cows and bulls steady; cows 27.50 32.50; bulls 34.00-39.00. Hods 1,200; butchers fully steady, bulF of butchers 30 00-31.00, top 3100; sows steady; bulk of sows 25 00-25.50, toe 26.00; boars 200*250 lb 25.50 26 50 250 350 IL 27 00-23 OO; 350-700 lb 23,50-24.00. Monday's estimates: 300 cattle, MOC) hogs. ... 44.37 44 90 46.10 4A 90 .. 45.40 46 40 ....45.50 46 45 ...45.22 46 25 45.70 .... 34 OO 35.20 ... 36 22 37 45 35.60 36 75 34.70 35 60 ... 36 20 37 40 . 37.00 38 25 .. 36 25 37.20 Saturday afternoon. Reappointed INDEPENDENCE—V. G. Mc- debate in the Turkish parlia- occurred when he was loading! ment which would reduce all silage into a wagon with a life terms to 24 years.    I    small end leader. DRAPE SPECIAL 25% Off Measure Length of Drapes, Count the number of pleats, and call for estimate. 366-4512 CARRIAGE CLEANERS 219-Edge wood Rd. N.W.    Cedar    Rapids,    Iowa« * •    if ;•*; ,> * . 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