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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cellar Mapids Gazelle: Sat.. July Financial and Market jJews1 Best Market Gain of 74 CHICAGO GRAIN QUOTATIONS Furnished by Lamson Brothers Religion Professor Speaks at Seminar Churches market broke out of its recent slump with a flourish J rudn i K km., no IN bis se 0 tin u Altl1 tilt lltl K !1 had in the last few weeks, the 1 i i. u i H u t o plosiu ilh s iid Kabul Sin at Keynolds Smiritifs lust one bit of good now might have been enough, but msieao ue JUKI mv or si> rn Dim IOIKS nil igt ol il prufes'sor of religion at Conu-il i, InoriH'. IMllHi.P college, will speak Mmuay at the adult seminar session Ix-ing spirit aiui the !Vo- held at a.m. at the First "f KvviiMc sen United Methodist church. His topic is: "What Is Hap- First Baptist L'l.ii.'i Four- Two Firemen Say Underworld Gains I n j u r e di n Bankruptcy Plans VintOn BlaZe; a center of Ihe study .aysjjuslicc department's Law fcii- 'Hilda's Flower Shoo in down- organized crime U using a so-l-jrc-im-nt AOiuuto- M bSS '-ins" .u millions on the be- bui a typical scam works like cause the underworld works m- ihis: Crime figures either start side established and respected income on this il- ot Fourth street and A avenue about 01 lowa tnun-est Cp-J CffpC4-c LATE QUOTATIONS FtStJI L- I 1 C U 1 3 LATE QUOTATIONS [From Lam.on Ercifitfrs) C. R. Markets f Prices [laid on tlie Ci'dar Rap- ids hog market Saturday were fide higher. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant de- livered butchers weighing 200' to 230 Ibs.. depending on grade! and condition were Pricking sows 300 Ibs. down were Butchers over 230 Ibs. are SOc otf for each 10 Ibs. to 250: over 250. 75c for each 10 Ibs. to 270: j over 270 Ibs., off for each additional 10 Ibs. of weight, j Packers are 2ac off for each: weight grade from 300-3CO 50c off each weight grade to 500 i Ibs. and 75c off each weight i grade above 500 Ibs. CATTLE MARKET YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS Choice and prime steers i Choice and prime hosiers ...S39.00-S-I2.00! gSS i JOL1ET L.VESTOCK Standard and JOLIET, ill. (UPI! Catile utility cows 50-S30 50 steers 50-1.00 lower; heifers steady; av- Commercial cows S27.50-S30.50 J err.g2 choice ID prime steers 43.CO-4-J.50; Culler cows S30 50-S31 50; choice and prime heifers 43.3D-4J.2i; Bulls S3J 50-S39'50 choice 42.50-44.25; good and choice 40.50- 42.50; no canner or cutler cows. Hogs 1.50-2.00 lower; No 1-2 200- 230 Ib 3600-36.50; No 1-3 200-240 (b 35.5C- 36.00; No 2-3 230-250 Ib 34.50-35.50. 250-260 Ib 34.00-34.50; No 2-4 260-280 Ib 32.CO-34.00; Na 3-4 280-300 Ib 33.CO-32.00. Monday estimated receipts: cat- tle; hogs. Sharon A. holers, who Tin- Kov. koimn firemen W01V knocked to ihiv Estimates place organized M.J Million Thursday, will bo held Monday Worship u. Sun- by of (hp a( betwecn -m{ MuM fl vvo _. al St. Pauls Catholic duirc-h. 'hohms Faith Bibip L'orm-r plosion and one taken hyisiO million a year from infillra- of infiltration by loan _ j I Wls Main and The Kev. ambulance to Virginia Cay tion of legitimate businesses or sharks of Murray Packing Of Military M outright Co of New York City which M V: st- Joseph's Catholic David llite suffered a frac- The report, entitled "Anatomy cost ils crcdittirs million. Jin medical care and will be- mcmorial fund. I come increasingly severe m the1 next two rears The Pentagon has notified !p.m. ;it the cluirch will be released Saturday. iand at ihe school. j Hilda's Flower Shop is owned, DA-Tneac operated by H.kla Meaihow. JUa9e_ KGtUSGS id iJ.iilL'ne I eltn j siirnhv The lower floor contained ihc Arrflinnmpn'f of representatives and senators of to happy to welcome -Worshf; SeV-! flower and gift shop and Ihc up- ul iu in mnmnmnHnm Itomers to the -Never ClKinginii .slilil.s was for storage. SuSpeCTiwere indicted and found guilty 1 Speaker. Dave i Robins Church of the'. Brethren _ 355 Second street. 1 been determined raiors bought large meat, poultry and .Murray's normal sup the merchandise which was withdrawn from the busi- ness, ami then filed for bank- ruptcy. In a case that took nine years to settle, the scam operators Rockwell United Fire the problem in a memorandum I lonuM's to me Beauty linking the shortage to last I Salon. 377-OmO. Adv. year's end of authority to draft' doctors. i Dawrvmnic 'Siuulay sc-hout ni. li'timate has been placed on Some scams have nothing to Thc brunt of the medical care JUIIO Payments 'and but Ihe building was ai f Lnueisity hos ore-inized crime the i Church (if 1087: Ipitals to magistrate s court Fn- flo ultn cnmt, me Xo cause of the fire lias yet CITY James conspiracy to violate bank- f-1 dell was transported by county Ihe report said. ;reductions is being borne by: T i i j families of servicemen and by O %J O D I 6 S S jretired military men and wom- :en, the memo indicated. Under .street. William loss- Bible school 10. Worship 11 Firemen !and scene until 6 a.m. Ascension Lutheran 2210 'NO. 2 they rank behind those on military duty in eligibility for free treatment in service hos- pitals and clinics. Workers Decline TiniN-ii'c ,I'DM Th   ui r, n i 'TV, o nnH m-ont Department of health Sb4.500 nnt cnooi-inn ,--------jreceiveo m a motorcycle ac- T- r-'M- i im oia Dr Dalmas Ihe agencies and then grant r t! P r llu ura.utii i sj to provide for the transfer of'no Taylor says he found that TV vi-; amounts are: .J previously obligated funds for many people, re-i fiscal 1974 t0 fiscal barrows and verv uneven 190-250 j duccs hostile feelings that pI'C- iPrOV lde tne admin S ratlVC Statt uua u lb ngmssion. admimster Iowa Statewide Lerecncv eXPenSe account fo control of his motor- eg' ncar Ossian early Satur-l Woman DrOwns 'day morning. He said the league's executive. The Winneshiek county charge. On Youth day, Aug. 25.jchurcn near Burr Oak Rosary youth in an authorized uniform be held 8 p.m Sunday al Scout, Campfire, 4-H, FFA, etc.Jsteine's in Decorah all be admitted free. i Miss Ryan is survived by her Fairground parking also five brothers, ferry, ;Randy, John, Mark, and David; i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Linda Vorwald. 26, Prairie du unified traffic court system. Iowa law enforcement aca 1 service system. group of 40 males was shown! The funds total 81.163.826. S segments of violence and 527'32? lo conduct ,aw cn-________J______ a; board "has been given an inade-isheriff's office reports Uhien- quate expense account to lost control of his motor- chien drownorl ,nrlv the legislators." !cycle a mile-and-a-half north of Potter said the place "lo get.Ossian on the Ossian-Decorah! -Mississippi James Keck, rural Cresco, and In Mrs. Ed Ryan, Canton. PRAIRIE DU CHIEN. Wis. cows 70.00-I3.CO. 'violence. According to classes for all Iowa DRESSED MEATS those who watched thc violent scenes came away with fewer iui ucioouo lui an -_. _ peace officers for better man-; C. R, Alarm agement of traffic problems. fora FridavJhostile emotions than those who Department of uooiems. f n I general ser- bystem Killing early.' most sale's (Vin filmlviCeS, S62.000 tO provide comoleled by noon; choice steer beef WatCP.ecl [HO nonviolent Him! t 1'tSdy assistance to the commum- j R Castner, Taylor said his study showed cations division of the depart- A notice was filed Friday af-Ames city manager, spoke on that' American of general services .so it ternoon that an appeal will be the league's role during thc eight minutes of vio- may assist local communities in filed in Linn district sessions of a two-day con- skuins 'oicnl-s 6-8 ib for each hour of air time.: developing highway safety com- challenging a state revenue de- fercnce of representatives from entertainment: munications systems. 'partment ruling that the Cedar Iowa's 18 largest cities. 5 and sports in his study. Office for planning and pro-Rapids burglar alarm system is The league does not have ef- Taylor said he does not rec-Camming, to provide subject to Iowa retail sales tax. .fective lobbyists. Potter main- ommend more violence on tele-1 fiscal support to the OPP for the. The notice said Ihc petition1 taincd. at issues is in committee, 1 a.m. Saturday, hind closed doors, when every-'The vehicle ran across thc road j; body lets their hair into an embankment. When a proposed bill arrives on. Winneshiek county sheriff the legislative floor, ''it's much said charges are pending. too late." Potter and J. R. Drive Safely river. been on an out-: hen she fell Jter in! the Mississippi breakwaters at; approximately a.m. Her1 body was recovered by officials i i at a.m. C.R. Drug Numbers To report o violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 If you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 (4 p.m. to midnight) Frtd.T vision, but he said he of Iowa's fiscal will claim that the police de- more research into its effects on'year 1975 Highway Safety Pro-partment alarm system docs viewing audiences. gram. 'not constitute an equipment ren- Dcpartmcnt of public instruc- tal, but is part of an overall Finkio77lpmpnt TlinrnP tinn' to measurc and crime prevention function, a ciiiueiiiciMcni v.n-iiyc drivcr per-duty imposed by state law. Marner. 55. died Against Woman formance in Iowa: S34.095 to It will claim" the system is hospital in Iowa City Services Held For Sam Marner IOWA CITY Sam H. Iowa lions DES JIOIXES (tJPI) inlorior Minnt1- sotf] Trade- (lc- HHnmra-' IOffA CITY E1-izabclh two school bus inspec- purely governmental function Services were held Friday at er ow" i grasSi 49, lowa City, has been j tors who will conduct scmi-an-and not a business operation nor the Rcckmaii-P.uthcrus funeral U.S. ib with embezzlement byinual inspections of all profit-generating activity as home and burial was at Deer 3-UJO-3B.OO- agont conncction with the i buses: S24.600 to provide finan-! defined by law. according to thc Creek cemetery. of a chiropractic'cial aide to insure that kinder- notice. Me was born May 11. to U.S. 1-2 270-330 ibs 24.75- clinic in Iowa City. garten through 12th grade traf-' The notice said the appeal of and Sylvia Marner and was The woman was released on j fie safety education programs the May department ruling''mplnycd by thc Spcidtl Cloth- -IIHl-'iMj ibs r ten i. -11 r-i t', I. of...... Ibs 22.00-24.75. Estimates F r i (i a v Thursday 000: and 'io.oOO. Pa her own recognizance followingiare initiated statewide; be on file within ten days ing Co. for 30 years, a Friday court appearance. provide fiscal aid for adminis- after it is served on the defend- Mr. Marner was a member of She is accused of of the department's por-'nnt department of revenue and the American Legion and the more than to her of Iowa's highway safety its director. Donald (1. Uriggs. VFW. use. program. He is survived by three cliil- Iowa highway commission. (-Incnital Ekennpp drcn, .Sam Marner, jr.. Albany. to provide the financial H "re.. Mis. Steve i Vicky i Tho- ck- iru.isiuimer ouiais, Produce resources necessary lo design Arrested in Wisconsin mac. Iowa City: and Jeffrey, at Results in Fire implement an accident and LACROSSK. Wis. lUI'h An home.; two sisters, Mrs. CITY A transformer locator analysis system state- inmate from Ihc lowa women's Klwenl Fowler, Ft. Smith. Ark., burst into flames at University wide; to staff and equip reformatory at Rockwell City Mrs. C. N. iC.lennisi Hodie. CHICAGO PRODUCE hospitals at Saturday morn- an evaluation team that will who escaped from a Iwo brothers, Ray CH'CAGo (UPI) whoiowio -.wiinri i ing. Firemen fought thc blaze; identify and recommend action was arrested in ,-i phone booth Marner, jr., Iowa City, and io'cbicMoi two hours and were high-hazard locations; Friday. ivid of Cedar Itapids. in containing the fire to the to provide financial assistance! Police here reported Ihcy ap- 'lo the commission for .-idmiiiis-jirehended Shirley Ximmcrman M; ianic ii-K: medium-, A circuit that feeds into the (ration of its portion of lowa's'who escaped Monday from a! NEW YORK PRODUCE .transformer in Ihc conMruction highway safely program. j hospital in lowa City. .KirSc! area on UK.' north side of Ihc. Department' of public 'lad been serving a scn- KJ hospital shorted out, to provide for an for forgery and was taken smlV mc'''um'' sparks anil cloud" of smoke lojlogralcd traffic record system; to thc hospital ten days ago lor fill the area. lo provide financial as- a medical examination. GUARANTY BANK TRUST CO. 43rd St. 3rd Ave. Downtown 1819 42nd St. NE 191 Jocolyn Dr. NW PHONE 362-2115 ______________________________. Member F.D.I.C.   

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