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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Nov. 2. 1974 Marion News MARMADUKE $ 18 Taken From Service Station Police arc investigating a breakin which took place early Saturday at Lange’s 68 service station. 2020 Seventh avenue. Entry was gained by breaking a window in an overhead door. About $18 in small change was stolen from the cash register it W it Sell House — Mr and Mrs. Lee Myers have sold their house at 3025 Fourth avenue to Mr and Mrs. Howard Caskey of Clarinda Possession will be given Dec. I Sale was made by Byers and Happel in cooperation with Bullis Real Estate. ★ ★ ★ New locks installed, old locks rekeyed. Barney’s Lock A Key. 377-3769 - Adv ★ ★ it Reelect Ralph Tuesday Not. 5. Paid by Potter for senator committee M L Allen, Chairman. — Adv. it it it Marion Churches Antioch Church of Christ — Marion YMCA, Lawrence W Merritt, pastor Sunday school 9 30 Worship 10:30 and 6 Bethel Baptist — KMM) Eighth avenue. The Rev, Calvin Thorpe* Sunday school 9:30. Worship 10.30 Sermon “The Beauty of Committment”. Evening worship 7 Sermon “The Lord’s Prayer”. First Baptist — 2895 Fourteenth avenue The Rev. Lyle W Lee. Warship 9:30 Sunday school IO 30 Grace Baptist — 449 South Fifteenth street. The Rev. Don R Martin. Sunday school 9:45, Worship 10:50 and 6 30 Squaw    Creek    Baptist — Wilkins    schmd.    The Rev. Kermit W Jelmeland Worship 9. Sunday school, IO Evening worship, 7. Robins    Faith    Bible — Corner of Main and Mentzer. The Rev. Ed Bateman Worship 9 30 and 6 Sunday school ll. St. Joseph s Catholic — 995 Fifth avenue. The Rev. John R. Gallagher, the Rev. J. David Pepper and the Rev. Martin W. Pfab 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 ll 30 at the school. Marion Christian — 1958 McGowan boulevard The Rev Peter M, Morgan. Sunday school 9:30 Worship 10:45. Robins Church of the Brethren — 355 Second street The Rev Gene Burry. Worship 9. Sunday school IO Church of Christ — 1887 Eighteenth street William Cain Bible school ll). Worship ll and 6:30. Ascension Lutheran — 2210 Grand avenue. The Rev Denny J. Brake Worship 8 and IO Sunday school 8 50 Sermon: “Four Hundred Ninety One”. Communion. Lutheran Church of the Resurrection — 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zwanziger Worship 8 and 10 30 Sunday school 9:15 St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri Synod)— 915 Twenty-seventh street. The Rev. John D Huber, jr. Worship 8 and IO 30 Sunday school 9 15. First toited Methodist — 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev Glen VV Ijamb, the Rev. Gene Crossett, jr. and the Rev. J M. Steffenson Worship 8 30 and ll. Sermon: “Hymn Sing’’. Sunday school 9 45. Prairie Chapel I nited Methodist — Route 3. The Rev. Clive Cook Sunday school 8:45 Worship 9 45. First Presbyterian — 391 Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A. Miller. Sunday school 9 15. Worship 10 30 “Money Is You”. Reformed Presbyterian — 895 South Fifteenth street. The Rev John M McMillan. Sunday school IO Worship ll. Evening study group Church of <*4 (Seventh Day) — 600 Ninth avenue W. J. Kuryluk. pastor. Song Service 9:45. Sabbath school IO, worship ll. Saturday Friday, Bible study 8 lilted Seventh Day Brethren — 2400 Second avenue. W. Allen Bond, pastor. Worship IO, church school ll Saturday, iv Anderson a iteming Cedar Rapids Area Worship Services (Continued from Page 3.) "He must have seen this hole before, you play Phil." (harist serv Mitt, first Sun of month St. Michael's - 220 40lh st NE Thomas C. Ay cock, jr Choral sorv and SS IO Eucharist serv 8 Eve 8 JEHOV AH'S WITNESSES Cedar Valley South Congregation — 1221 ( enter Point rd NE Public talk, I SO. Watchtower, 2 .Kl McCloud Surtax*-Narth Uaugrega Mao — 1221 Center Point rd NE. Pub ic talk. 8 XI Watchtower. IO 30 I’iaaeer Avenue Canxrexaliaa — ,110.1 Pioneer ave SE Public talk, 9 IO Watchtower, IO 10 LATTER DAY SAINTS Vfarmaa — 4300 Tratlridge rd SE Bishop Paul L. Garvin Priesthood. 8 10 SS IO Sacrament, ll IS Wed eve. 7 30 Reorganized — 120 19th st NE Elder .lames Loy SS 9 IO Serv IO IO Ll THI.IAN Hethaay — (Mo ) 2202 Forest dr SE. A C Hornbostel SS 910 Sen 8 15. 10 45 (aurantia — (Mo ) 4210 Johnson ave. NW Paul A Scheldt SS O IS Serv 8, IO .Mi First— (ECA) 1(881 3rd ave. SE. George W Carlson, Dennis W Wright SS 9 25 Serv 8 15. ll Educator Wants Church Role in Classes Covering Sex, Drug Abuse HOUSTON (UPI) - The superintendent of the nation’s sixth-largest school district is trying to convince local ministers programs on sex education and drug abuse In*long in the church and not in the classroom The schools are not prepat cd to address this. The schools are limited and should not get involved in the spiritual issues and sex phase of the value system of an individual,” Billy R Reagan said "We think a lot of problems involved in drug abuse have to be dealt with in terms of an individual s self image and values.” “We feel we need very much to seek the assistance and sup port of the churches and synagogues so that the broad dimension of religion and spirituality Ik* brought in.” he said in an interview. “It’s questionable in my mind just how many more roles the school should assume — roles that traditionally belong in the homes.” Reagan said the district is prepared to offer qualified resource people that could be brought in to develop programs in drug and sex education Houston schools do include drug education classes, but not sex education, he said Basic Dimension "Sex education is taught in physiology and biology and iii Television Listings 7—KWWl TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapid* 2—WMTTV, Cedar Rapids 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF TV, Rock Island 6—WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WUST, Lacrosse IO—KROC TV, Rochester 12—KUN TV, Iowa City 13—WHO TV, Des Moines Not Legal    Yet,But Spaniards Announce Party MADRID. Spain (AP) - A group of business and professional men says it has formed a political party in accordance with a government announcement that it plans to legalize “political association ” As the law has not yet been passed, the new party is illegal, but a spokesman for the group, investment counselor Antonio Garcia Lopez, told foreign newsmen the founders were ready to risk arrest. The only politic al organization now permitted in Spain is Gen Francisco F ranco’s National Movement. A statement Issued bv launders af the Sacial Democratic Spanish I mon said Its aim is “ta ratianalize the ald tradltian af liberal-haurgeais Spanish parties with made rn socialism.” The party said it favors the right to vote, the right to strike, independence of judicial power and separation of church and state. Among the founders was Dionisio Ridruejo, an early backer of Franco who broke with the Spanish head of state in the 1940s. Also on the list was lawyer Manuel Die/ A leg ria He is the son of LL Gen. Manuel Diez Alegria. whom Franco retired this year as chief of staff Premier Carlos Arias Navarro has pledged the law permitting limited political activity, banned since the Spanish Civil war ended in 1939, by the end of the year Although it will ease current restrictions, the law is expected lo retain a ban on such normal party activities as slogans, platforms and campaigns. However, the premier has promised to give unions more freedom and allow mayors of bigger cities be elected instead of appointed Thistle Edition The first edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica was published in 1771, in Edinburgh. The thistle, national flower of Scotland, remains the emblem of that publication. honoring its origins. Saturday * Night 9:99 ?— Sews, Weather Sots 9— Lawrence Wolh I—Action Sews J—Lawrence Welti 4—Lawrence Weik 4—Dean Mortin 8— Lawrence Wetk IR— Poo Goes the , Country >2— Polk Guitar 13—Eyewitness Sews 9 39 7— Dragnet 2—Good Times IO—Police Surgeon 12 Worla of Animals 13—Inside iowa 7 98 Emergency ABC Movie— "for few Dollars More All in Family ABC Movie— For few Dollars More-’ All in family___ Emergency All in Family Emergency Symphony Emergency 8 09 7- NBC Movie-New Centurions 2—Mary Tyler Moore 4—Mary Tyler Moore 4—NSC Movie-New Centurions 4 Mary Tyler Moo re 10-SBC Movie— "Sew Centurions ’2 Special of Week. 11- NSC Movie— “Sew Centurions 8:39 J Boh Sew hart 4— Bob hewhorf 4— Boo Newhort 909 9— Nokia ?—Corol Burnett 3— Nokia 4—Corol Burnett »— Corol Burnett I?—America In Transition IO 15 3—Sews, Weather, Sots IO— Movie— Sever Give Sucker Even Break 10:30 J- Movie— “Ned Fighters 9— Movie— Rio Grande 2— Mission Imoossibie 3—Film Festival 4— Saint 4— Movie— “Peyton Place ' 4— Movie— "Love Is Mony Solendored Thing 13— Tonight ll OO 12—Changing Rythms 11:39 2 - Movie— Ride Beyond Vengeance 4- Rock Concert 12—Theater Mac ob re home and family education classes,” he said “A lot of this ought to be brought into the church environment. I think what is missing is the basic dimension of religion.” Reagan, who came from San Antonio this year, said the lack of time in schools was one of the reasons he sought out area ministers for (heir help “There’s a tremendous competition for the time of' school kids, school and community activities. This puts the parents in a different role. Where do we allocate the time? Overly Cempelitlve “I think we should not be overly competitive for the youngsters’ time,” he said. Reagan said a shifting of the emphasis from school to church will have a catalytic effect on communication lines between all those involved. “When you have all kinds of education programs — both formal and informal — there’s a real desire for the kids to have a center point or catalyst where they can come together and address some o*' these issues — in a setting like a church or synagogue. “They are searching for a common ground they can meet on where they can discuss the implications of the information they are getting.” he said Smior CMbm Basts Cedar Rapids System Telephone 393-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 39K-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5934 (Baria IM - (ALC) 15.1 Cherry Hill rd NW Charles Q. Schultz SS 9:38 Sorv 8 .10 JO IO Communion. Ll Sun of month GM* Shepherd- (WELS) 2188) 42nd Hi NE Gary Kirsehke SS 9 Communion and serv IO 15 “Is Thai My Obituary Being Read?” Hah Redeemer— (LCA) 720 Ed Inwood rd NW Cedric J Lofdahl SS 10 30 Serv ft IO Sat 5 30 Hape— (CCA) 2738 Howling vt SW Michael A I .ant Communion In! Sun of month Sat. eve 8 SS IO 45 Serv ft XI Oar Savior'*— (AIA') .WH Int ave NE F William linker, Marvin L. Ehnen SS ft 15 Serv 8, 1010 St. Aadrew— (LCA) 4420 Center Point rd NE James M Lather. SS ft Kl Serv. 1:30. 10 45 "Saints We Have Known’’ SI. Mark’s— (LCA) 2118) 1st ave. NE. David Frans I,arson. Gordon I,undberg. SS ft IO Communion and serv 8 38. ll. ”A Trip to Eternity" SI. Stephen ’n—    (AU’)    Mea dowbrook and .list si SE Landis J Olson SS ft 15. Serv 8: ll, IO XI Tidally — (Mo ) LXU 1st ave SW Richard A Osinx. Richard I, Thump son SS ft IS Serv 8, ll) .XI Eve 7 .Sat eve 8 Ward af Gad I leaf- (Mo.) 1383 1st ave. SW Allan C. Page Second and fourth Sun of month, serv. ft 15 /lea— (Mo ) Highway 150. Ilia Watha I^rry Brelje SS ft 111 Serv 8 15. 10 45 METHODIST Asbarv — (United) 351 28th ave. SW Charles R Mehaffey SS ll) Serv ft. ll. Bertram — (United) I.. NpII Townsend. SS ft 45 Serv IO X) Bethel - (AME) 512 lith st SE George Moore SS ft XI Serv ll Bugala — (United) Blairs Ferry rd NE Wilbert R. Trusheim SS 19:!S. Serv ft Faith - (United) 1(88110th st NE Wilbert R Trusheim Serv IO XI Free — 8(8) G ave NW Wayne Ryan SS 9 45 Serv. IO 45 Eve 7 Wed. eve 7 XI Hillside Wesleyan - '28(81 1st ave NW Richard Ernst, Sam Blackford SS 9 45, IO 50 Serv 10 50 “Would You Iaiok At That'” Eve 7 Alfred Hartman Wed eve. 7 15 Keawaad Park — (United) 382 13rd st NE Clifton W Kllerbeck, Tom Manson SS IO Serv ft. ll “The Mystery of Christ'’. Lavely I^ane — (Untied) 42nd and Wenig rd NE Don F Maple. SS ft 15 Serv IO XI Salem - (United) 225 1st ave SW Paul Pfaltzgraff SS ft Serv IO Sharaa — (United) 831 18th ave SW Everett K Durham SS ft Serv. IO SI. James — (United) 14X) Ellis blvd. NW Stephen R Root. SS 8 45 Serv IO St. Mark's — (United) 4718) Johnson ave, NW lee Roy Collins SS ft 45 Serv ll. ‘Second Chance ”. St. Paul's — (United) CHO 3rd ave SE Arnold Herbst. Denton Eric-son. Warren Webb SS ft XI, ll Communion. 8 .X) Serv ft 38, ll."It’s < not In the Furnace" Chapel Cho«r. Shueyville — (United) Rt 2 Richard Sebemeckcr SS ft XI Serv IO XI Trinity — (United) 3rd ave and 5th st SW Wilson Hyde. SS ft .30 Serv 10 45 "Support Trinity Now " N AZ AREN E First — 1113 Isl a vee SW Hardy J Powers SS 9 45 Serv IO 45 Eve 7 Wed eve 7. Oakland — ISI Bo*man rd NE. (Bowman Woods School) Church off u s. 8418 Devonshire dr NE,. Cruwford Howe SS ft 45 Serv IO XI Eve 8 Wed eve 7 XI Trinity — 1328 K st SW Jam*"* L Hayes SS ft XI Serv ll) XI Eve 7. Wed eve 7 St ORTHODOX (>eurge — <Sy.) 12412 loth st. SE. Constantine Nasr SS IO IS Matins IO Liturgy IO XI. Sat eve vespers 7 38. St Inhu's — (El *81 7th st SE Demetnos Walker SS Matins IO Morning prayers ll St. John's — (Gr ) 501 A ave NE Alexander Anastasiou Orthros ft Liturgy IO Sat vespers 5 Is Your Home Safe? You con make sum with horn# O'* ant I in Ko ante from your local Independent Insurance Agent He hew a pokey (hot protect* you from theft, fire, lightning, wind, had. not*, vandalism, and mony other kind* of lo** Call or drop rn on your local agent today Look for fht* emblem WITWER INSURANCE 701 MNE Phont 362-3030 RE-ELECT RALPH POTTER STATE SENATOR I 5th Senatorial District “It has been my pleasure to serve with RALPH POTTER in the Iowa Senate since 1969. He has distinguished himself as a leader and as an advocate of urban interests He deserves and needs to be re-elected. —it. Gov. Arthur A. Neu VOTE POTTER NOV. 5th PRESBYTERIAN ( alvia Sinclair - (United) 715 18th si SE Earl A Huebner SS IO Serv- ft, ll IO "Our Mission" Dr Re litten Tjaden Central Park — (United) 1708 B ave NE Allen S Van Cleve SS 10 45 Serv ft X) "It s the Real Thing " Christ Church - (United) XRM) 1st ave NW Robert Bouton SS ft Serv 111 45 "On Eats* Value". First — (United) 310 5th st SE John S Shew l^arry R Johnson SS ft 15 Serv IOX) "Unrepeated Miracles”. Hns Memorial — (United) 2808 Schaeffer dr SW George B McDlll SS IOX) Serv »XI “Can You Be Good For Nothing ”’ Indian Creek — (Reformed) KT Hall. 1(811 Old Marion rd NE Mark Peri SS ll Serv IO Kenwood Park — (United) 327 15th st NE L. A Chamberlain. Murry Haber SS. Serv ft IO, ll Knox - (United) 1525 Hollywood blvd NE Floyd J Conroy. SS ft XI Sen IOX) "We Do His Work" Thurs eve. 7 New Life Group Olivet - (United) ‘237 10th si NW Francis Roy King SS ft X) Sen 8 XI. ll “Salt Free Living" Dr John ( Walker Westminster - (United) 1285 3rd ave. SE. Dr. John P Woods, Eddie Eggerichs SS ft XI Sen S XI, Ii “What Should We Do?" UNITED CHURCH OE CHRIST Eden — (E and R) 151 Nth ave SW Glenn I) Hunt SS ft XI Sen ll) 45 First (nngregatinnal — 161 17th st SE.. Glenn N Bender Charles R Sommers SS ll Sen ft 50. "Are Our Shields Gold or Brass0” Hope — IX! ftth ave , Hiawatha Ly le V Kuehl SS ft XI Sen 111 45 OTHER C1URCHES Baha’i (enter — Firesides Tues 2 at INB) Ridgewood Terrace SE, Wed eve 7:31 at 2101 Cedar Valley apts ; Thurs eve 7 X) at 2435 4th ave.. Marion Bethany Cnngrenational — 1380 8th st NW Mary A White. SS 8 45 Sen IO "Growing Up to Salvation". Cedar Hills Cammnnitv Refnrmed — 4980 Gordon ave. SW l>eon Aal-berts SS ft X) Serv ll Paul Little Eve 8 15."Waiting For the Wedding". Cedar Hills Evangelical Free — West Post rd and Midway dr NW Robert Warren SS ft XI Sen 1» 45 Eve 7 Wed eve 7. ( edar Rapids Bible Chapel - 3412 Oakland rd NE. SS ll Sen ll Eve. 7. Wed eve 7 X) Cedar Rapids Friends Meeting — ft X). Contact W R Haworth. 363-8587 C edar Valley Bible Church - 1638 Cottage Grove ave. SE Reagan Benedict, Thomas V Fogie, Dwight L Taylor. SS IO X) Sen ft 45 "In the Train of His Triumph Eve. 7. "Substitution". Wed eve 7 38 Central Church af ( brist - 1X81 1st ave NW Penney F Nichols SS 10 45 Sen ft X) Eve 8 Wed eve 7 Christiaa sad Missionary Alliance - 1822 42nd st NE Daniel G Pul- 11 lam SS 9 IO Serv. IO 45. Eve. 7 Peace Christian Refarmed — 88(8) C ave NE Earl D Dykema SS ft 15 Sen IO 45 Eve 6 XI Church af the Brethren - 1200 2nd ave SE Dr Wayne A Storeman »S 9:30 Serv IOX) Ministry af Dellveranee - ISH 2nd st SW ll 0 Kurfh, H R K«vld son SS ft 45. Serv 10 45 Eve I Chaleh al Gad Prophecy - 3211 Edgewood nl SW Michael Boots SS IO Serv ll Eve 7 X1 Wed eve 7 30 I ovington - Kick Miller SS ft XI Sen IO X) Church af Gad - KOI Oakland rd NE A R Monlander SS 9 45 Serv ll) 45 Eve * Eastview Chard) af I brist * Old Marion rd NE SS ft 30 Sen IO 30 Eve 7 Wed eve 7 Ellis Park Ckurrh al Gad - 7W L ave NW John Little* SS ft 38 Sen IOX) Eve 6 Wed eve 8 First Charrk al Christ, Scientist - 1242 2nd ave SE Serv IO XI "Everlasting Punishment Wed    eve 7 30 First (avenant - TOI 25lh st NE James F. I-auge SS ft 30 Sen IO 45 "How To IX* Filled With the Holy Spirit". Eve 7 “Reach (hit and Grow” Wed eve 7 Roaming Thru Romans 4" First Opes Bible - IOU E ave NW Neal B Gail SS 9 XI Serv IO IO Eve 7:30 First Peateeastal (larch    - ill Center Point rd NE James O. McCoy SS DX). Serv IOX)    Tues    . Thurs eve 7 Foursquare Gospel — HOW Isl ave SW Us* Griffis. SS ft JO Communion and sen 10 45 The Bread of Life" Wed eve 7 X) En I XI Grace Brethren - 2905 I) ave NE Gilbert Gttgan SS ft 30. Sen HI XI Eve. 7. Wed eve 7 15 Intcrdeaainlaatlaaal — 3rd st and 5th ave SW A J. Stokes SS 9 45 Sen IO 45 Tim Phillips Eve 7 "The Sounds of Love" Islamic (enter — 2999 1st ave SW SS, sen ll XI Prayer*, noon Eri. prayers noon Meth Wick Chapel - 1224 lith st NW Richard Sebenireher Sen    9 New Sposloltc Chsrrb — 29X1 Wilson ave SW SS 8 45 Sen IO Eve 5 New Jerusalem Chnrrh al Gad In (brist — 831 ftth ave SE H Bassett SS IO 30 Sen noon Eve 8 Peoples Unitarian — MVI 3rd ave. SE Walter E KeUiaon SS IO Forum, IL Sen III Sahatinn Army - 1123 3rd st SE Eugene Adney SS 9 45 Sen ll Eve 7 Seventh Day Adventist — 42nd st and Edgewood rd NE Siegfried Roeske SS 139. Serv ll Seventh Day Church af Gad — (Meridan) 3338 Prairie dr NE W T McMickin SS, Sal IO Sen ll Temple Judah — 3221 Ijndsay l4»ne SE. Israel Zo ber man. Erl eve sen 8. 1st Frt. of month, eve sen 7 XI Unity ( enter — 1015 2nd ave SE Mabel K. Swanson Sen ti "God Cannot Be Influenced" Largest Slate Alaska, with a land area of 569,432 square miles, is the largest state in the union and is almost the size of Mongolia WOW! WATCH TV9 NOW! [ SATURDAY ] 6:00 THE LAWRENCE WELK SHOW This week, a ‘Country Musk Special saluting Americas hinterlands A potpourri of the nation s top country tunes and gospel hymns. 7:00 FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE Special movie! Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cieef star os hard case bounty hunters who form an uneasy partnership to capture an outlaw1 9:00    NAKIA Deputy Nokia Parker tries to free a naive young man from syndicate s clutches! Victor Jory and Tim 0 Connor guest with star Robert Forster 10:00    TV 9 EYEWITNESS NEWS John Barton anchors the report that up dates week-end happenings. With Des Taylor s sports report and Douq Krile’s weather forecast. 10:30    TV    9 Movie, “RIO GRANDE” John Wayne stors as tough cavalry commander in story of post Civil War friction between settlers and Apaches! Moureen O'Hara co stars 12:15    ABC’S WIDE WORLD MYSTERY A man arranges to have an exact double of himself made to escape his marriage! ‘The Cloning of Clifford Swimmer" stors Peter Haskell ire ;

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