Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 25, 1974, Page 36

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 25, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa American Scene /*■ To Order Your Ga/ette Won* Ad DIAL 398-8234 S A M fo5 PM Monday *^rv Friday. Til Noon Sat .......ii (Catalog Tor Sn rn mer Value Mews Oualilv ami price yon expert and "et from Sears SHOP AT SPARS AM) SA VK Sa11sfai hon (iuyninh <v/ or Your Money Hor / Scars SI AHS, HOEBLTK AM) ( O CHONK M . k l IB FREE PARKING LINDALE PLAZA CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA LINDALE PLAZA    393-8914 Two complete Jumbo SHRIMP DINNERS ...Even your _    _    _ coffee! 6*95 OUR PRIDAY NIGHT SPECIALS FOR TWO ROOM (just a time bit armit 310 THIRD AVI. S E. DOWNTOWN 362-8679 Two Complete Finn* Top Sirloin STEAX DINNERS ..Even your —    _ Coffee! ##95 APPEARING NIGHTLY (encept Friday) Mary Pike At the Piano Bor Service What We Sell . and all other makes too • Hoover • Necchi • Eureka • Morse Sales & Service 363-2677 3639 First Avenue SI Town Country CINTER _ The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., July 25, 1971 Vour Money s Worth Tips for Freezer By Sylvia Porter Editor 's Note This is the second of two articles by Sylvia Porter dealing with the cost of buying and maintaining a home freezer. Let's say you’ve decided to buy a freezer Ibis month — during the traditional weeks for bargains in this major appliance. You’ve studied the cold-blooded appraisal iii yesterday’s column of how and how much you must use the freezer in order for it to be a money-saver for you. tint no matter. Tilt* many conveniences of tilt' freezer, not the possibilities of saving money, are the prime factors to you. Here, therefore, are the basic points to ponder when you are considering this purchase Decide in advance whether an upright or chest model t^ best for you. The chest type requires more floor space, and it is lese convenient because much unloading and rearranging are required to get food in and out on a proper rotation plan designed to eliminate spoilage. However, this type gives you extra counter space on which to work, accumulates less frost, maintains more even temperatures for longer storage times, and uses about half as much electricity as an uprighi freezer Advantages: Of Upright The upright takes less floor space and is easier to defrost, hut >may cost $10 to $30 more than a chest-tvpe freezer Decide also what size freezer is adequate and appropriate for your family. Today’s freezers come with capacities ranging from three to 31 cubic feet, but the most popular models have 12 to 17 cubic feet of storage space The general rule is you’ll want three to four cubic feet for each member of your family and five or six per person if you have a vegetable garden and thus do a lot of home freezing or if you shop only every IO days or every two weeks. Be sure to have adequate space for — and a sturdy floor under — your freezer When full, this appliance can weigh as much as half a ton. Set a budget for your freezer. This year. price tags range from about $175 for a no-frills 12 cubic foot freezer to $251) to $270 for a IO to 17 cubic foot model, and $300 lo $400 for a luxury 17 to IR cubic foot, frost-free model. Decide On Extras Decide which extras you reallv want and need Frost-free (self-defrosting) freezers are considerably more convenient Purchase Given than models you must defrost yourself But you'll pay $50 lo $1)0 more for this feature A selfdefrosting freezer also costs substantially more to operate than a standard upright model, and nearly three times as much as a manual defrost chest Similarly, a “flash defroster” feature may cut defrosting time to 15 minute's lait you’ll pay $30 or sd extra for this saving of time. Among tin' other extras which you can get — at a price — when you buy a freezer today are An interior light, a special fast-freezing compartment; a warning signal showing a dangerous temperature rise or power cutoff, special baskets. trays and racks for storage, a built-in door lock Investigate Warranty Find out — before you buy a freezer — whether there is a warrants and exact Iv what it covers Does it cover lust repairs for the freezer? Or also, your losses in food spoilage if and wiic'ii the freezer breaks down ’ And who will honer the warranty ? Take special care lo investigate' tin' reliability of the' dealer before you buy — for if and w hen a freezer breaks down. ii must he repaired within 24 hours if you are to avoid losing your entire investment in its contents Your dealer will be of critical importance at that time. Be on guard against a major trap associated with buying and owning a home freezer: The dishonest “freezer food plan" under which, when you buy a freezer, you also sign up for regular purchases of bargain-priced foods to put iii it The savings on the food, high-pressure salesmen say. will pay for* the freezer itself. In effect, you’ll get the freezer “free.” Obligated To Pay But if you commit yourself to such a deal and it turns out to be a enme-on. you well may discover that you are obligated to pay a grossly inflated price for the' freezer as well as grossly expensive finance c harge's on the1 installment loan you ns(' to make the purchase'. Tile freezer may he much larger and more expensive* to operate than your family really needs. The seller may fail to deliver the promised fold on the promised timetable or may substitute inferior foods or whatever The guarantee may turn out to ht> worthless Beware signing up for any food freezer plan until you check out the contract, prices, guarantee's, etc., with utmost care. Girl’s Summer Sportswear and Long Dresses Sizes 2-4, 3-6X and 7-14 Values to $17.95 NOW s209 to MO95 All Men’s Walk Shorts Reg. $5 to $ I 3 20% off Wovens or knits in solids, plaids or stripes. WAIST SIZES 29 to 48. Rp. (iv - g Oa'gp • Custom Csa'B** > v «A—>P'    |--J « V i< tpr Od'BP A- c" ' >; *<■"■ • IW'- Cl .r- • Carte Blanche • ava*-*v K. C. Jaycees Admit Women Widow Awarded $900,000 in Suit Together For 79 Years William and Kattie Andrews, 102 and 97 respectively, are in the kitchen of their log house at Darlington, in southwest Wisconsin. The couple celebrated their 79th wedding anniversary this week and have lived in this house for 72 years. Four of their seven children are still living, the oldest is 78. AP Wireohoto ZALES JI WI lifts Our fVojA' Make I s Number One JULY SALE! Men's Reg. $35 to $55 NOW *27“ to '44 Choose from our large selection of neat plaids or checks or solids colors blazers in sizes 38 to 46 or larger. Dress Clearance Junior Sizes 5-1 5 FINAL 5 DAYS l o Shop From Sears (R) Fiver Hurry. . .Don't Delay . . . Phone* Today. . . Flyer Expires July 29th Home Shopper** Phone Nu in her 395-6330 ROXANNE BOWERS FETED \T BRIDAL SHOW ER Mrs Gene Stick of Marion was hostess at a bridal shower given Tuesday evening for | Miss Roxanne Bowers at the I American Legion hall in Todd-! Ville Mrs Paul F.stling was j co-hostess to the 30 guests | Miss Bowers, daughter of the ; Dee Bowers of Toddville. will marry Russell Smith, son of j the Billy .I Smiths of Nashua. Sept 7 “With Daddys new shoes, he's taller than you are again, Mommy1'’ Final 3 Days! Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Our Entire Stock SPORT COATS 20% OFF Missy Sizes 8-20 Reg. $17.95 to $39.95 95 Thirty-Second and Oakland Rd. NE OPINj MONDAY THRU FRIDAY: 9:00 a.rn.-9 p.m. SATURDAY 9:00 o.rn.>5:30 p.m. Our fine diamonds get the attention you deserve. Br i •    4    carats    total weight*, ; ' i -r ids 14 k rat gold. $2.750 /.ales Aum. \ears and VW’ve Ooh lusi Begun KANSAS CITY (AP) -Emboldened by a court case jiendmg in New York, the Kansas City chapter of the Junior Chamber of Commerce has admitted six women to full membership and has called for more female participation Female membership in the Jaycees is against the policy of the national organization However, in making the announcement Tuesday at a news conference here. Jack Campbell, local president, noted that a New York chapter has obtained a temporary restraining order to bar the na tional organization from re- for the betterment of the community.” he said. Campbell said the board decided last month to accept women and to amend its bylaws. deleting all references to “male” and substituting neuter pronouns. Firmly Resolved The local chapter does not feel it will bi* reprimanded while tilt' New York case remains to be resolved When asked what action it might take if tin* national organization threatens to revoke th(> Kansas City's chapter. Campbell said the boa rd is firmly resolved to undertake any legal action in opening its organization to women. BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN EDR KENDA VOGEL Miss Benda Vogel, Aug 3 bride-elect of James A Fuerst of Omaha, was honored at a bridal shower given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Dean Vogel, 242b Twenty-second    avenue. Marion Eighteen    guests shared the courtesy    Parents of the engaged couple are Mr and Mrs Kenneth F Vogel, j 3(57 Parkland drive    SF and Mr and Mrs Al Fuerst of j Hildreth, Neb MIAMI (CPI) - The widow of a test pilot killed ll years ago when he was accidentally ejected from the cockpit of a bomber has been awarded a $90<i.00li wrongful death judgment by a federal court jury The award made to Lise-lotte Mover Bane was announced Tuesday Defendants in the suit were the Martin Marietta Corp., builder of the new B-57A Canberra bomber and Aircraft Mechanics Inc., builder of the jet. Mrs Bane s first husband, j Larry Mover, was preparing to test the tw in-engine jet bomber when the ejection seat fired and his body was thrown through the plexiglass canopy i of the plane j , ON THIS DATE in 1964, foreign ministers of the Organization of American States were meeting in Washington and were drawing up mandatory sanctions against Cuba. Postal Sub-station Pay utilititos h .re! yoking its charter because it has accepted women as members Maximum Involvement “Our board of directors and membership have been reviewing the matter of admitting women and discussing it for at least three years,” Campbell said. “We felt it was now time to obtain maximum involvement in the community ” He issued a call for any woman wishing to join the Jaycees here to submit an application to any member “The primary qualification is an interest in doing something ;