Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 30, 1974, Page 6

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 30, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Shelling Corn UPI Telephoto Jason Buckner, 3, of Blue Mounds, Wis., needs all the strength he can muster to crank the handle of this old-fashioned corn sheller. The corn sheller was just one of dozens of exhibits at a Cultural Heritage fair at the Dane County Fairground in Madison, Wis., recently. ‘Drummer Boy': Recent Carol NEW YORK (UPI) - A child-oriented carol of recent vintage is “The Little Drummer Boy,” written in 1958 by composer Katharine K. Davis, an arranger of many international carols and folk songs. Theater Time For Saturday COMMUNITY THEATER -“Sly Three Angels" — 8. WORLD — “Even Angels Eat Beans" - I 30. 3 25. 5 20. 7.25, 9:30; shorts — 3:05, 5, 7:05.1T.05. TIMES - “The Trial of Billy Jack" - 1:50. 5:10, 8:30. EASTOWN I - “The Klans-man" - 1:30 , 3 30, 5 30 . 7:30, 930 EASTOWN 2 - "Law and Disorder” — 1:45, 3:35, 5:25, 7:15. 9:05. MARION - Feature at ll, 12:20, I 40 . 3, 4 20, 5:40 , 7, 8 20. 9 40, ll. COLLINS - “Dirty Mars Crazy l*arry" — 7:45, "The Legend of Hell House" — 9 30, “The I^ast American Hero" — ll. Recovered Loot Is $1.45 Million CHICAGO (UPI) - The loot dredged out of a basement hole last week is not the $2.2 million authorities thought it was. Authorities said Wednesday that the cash accounted for only $1 45 million of the missing $4 3 million taken in the Oct. 20 Armored Express Co. burglary — the largest theft in L\ S. history. The FBI said it arrived at the $2.2 million figure by a check of labels on the bundles of $5, $10 and $20 hills in duffel bags hauled out of a seven-foot hole in the basement of a home owned by the grandmother of Ralph Mar-rera He was the only guard on duty the night of the heist, A machine count of the money, however, tabulated the total at $1,454,140 The FBI said about $1 45 million was returned to the insurance company of Purolator Security, Inc., the parent of Armored Express Co. TONITI! FOURTH ESTATE Suf»*r 60091*1 Dance Mer SWISHER TROPHY LOUNGE presents Tonight, Sat. I i JADE” 519 H Street S.W. ★ TONITI * THE BANK presents “THE OTHER SIDE” C.R. Area Worship Services Listed- (Continued from Page 3.) Authorities are still seeking the rest of the money, though they believe about $1.5 million is locked up in five banks on the Grand Cayman island in the British West Indies. There, two prime suspects in the case, Pasquale Marzano and Luigi Difonzo, were arrested The FBI said half a million of the loot was in canceled checks and non negotiable securities. Another $39,WH) was taken from Marzano and Difonzo when they were apprehended. Don 't Miss That CUERO, Texas (UPI) -Five county jail prisoners quit. a three-day hunger strike in time for Thanksgiving dinner. LIVI ENTERTAINMENT •vary w**k*nd ★ SUNDAY * Op*n at NOON “CHANGES” NO COVER CHARGE DOWNTOWNER LOUNGE 4th St. B*rw**n 1st and 2nd Av*nu*i FRI. A SAT. NIGHT “COUNTRY GENERATION” ORIN 9-2 Don Deafer Bob Tnt her FIREPLACE LOUNGE HIAWATHA —MO COVI*— Richard S«b*meck«r SS 9:30. Serv. IO 30 Trinity — (United) 3rd ave and 5th *t SW. Wilton Hyde SS 9:30. Serv. 10 45. "On Looking Ahead '. NAZARINE First — 3113 Ut ave. SW. Hardy J. Powerv SS 9.45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7. Wed eve. 7. Oakland — 151 Bowman rd. NE. (Bowman Woods ichool). Church offices, 6416 Devonshire dr. NE. Crawford Howe. SS 9 45. Serv. 10 30. Eve. 6 Wed eve. 7.30. Trinity — 1328 K st. SW. James 1 Hayes. SS 9:30 Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7. ORTHODOX St. G*org* — (Sy ) I 202 I Oth st. SE Constantine Nasr SS 10:15. Matins IO. Liturgy 10.30. Sat. eve. vespers 7:30 St. John's — (E) 600 7th st. SE. Demetrios Walker SS, Matins IO. Morning prayers, I I. St. John's — (Or.) 501 A ave. NE J. Yalouris. Orthros 9:30 Lituray 10.30 PRESBYTERIAN Calvin-Sinclair — (United) 715 38fh st. SE Earl A. Huebner. SS IO. Serv. 9, I 1:10. "The Way to Celebration”. Central Park — (United) I 700 B ave. NE. Allen S. Van Cleve. SS IO 45 Serv 9.30. "How Do You Mecsure Greatness?”. Christ Church — (United) 2000 1st ave. MW Robert Bouton. SS 9 Serv IO: IO. "On the Way to Christmas-1. I Met A Hopeful Newsman". First — (United) 3)0 5th st. SE. John S. Shew, lorry R. Johnson. Advent festival Serv, 9:15. Has Memorial — (United) 2808 Schaeffer dr SW. George B McDill. SS 10.30. Serv 9-.30. "Your Guiding Light Goes Where?". Indian Creek — (Reformed) K P Hall, 1001 Old Monon rd. NE. Robert Sanderson. SS 11. Serv IO. Kenwood Park — (United) 327 35th st. NE. I. A Chamberlain, Murry Haber SS, Serv. 9:30, 11. Knox — (United) 1525 Hollywood blvd NE. Floyd J. Conroy. SS 9:30. Communion and serv. 10.30. Wed. eve 7:45. Olivet — (United) 237 10th st. HW Francis Roy King. SS 9:30 Communion and serv. 8 30, ll. "Holy Trash Cons". Westminster — (United) 1285 3rd ave. SE. Dr John P. Woods, Eddie Eggerichs. SS 9 30 Serv, 9 30, ll. "World Expectations”. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Eden — (E and R) 351 8th ave. SW Glenn D. Hunt. SS 9.30. Serv 10:45. First Congregational — 361 17th st. SE. Glenn N. Bender, Charles R. Sommers. SS ll. Serv, IO. Christmas In Particular ". Hope — 150 9th ave , Hiawatha. Lyle V. Kuehl SS 9.30 Serv 10:45 OTHER CHURCHES Baha’i Center — Firesides: Tues 2 at 1810 Ridgewood Terroce SE, Wed. eve. 7.30 at 2103 Cedar Volley apts f Thurs. eve. 7:30 at 2435 4fh ave., Marion. Bethany Congregational — 1300 6th st. NW. Mary A White SS 8 45. Serv. IO. "The Drama of 1he Church's Year". Cedar Hills Community Reformed — 4980 Gordon ave. SW. Leon Aalberts. SS 9.45. Serv I I. Eve. 6 45. Cedar Hills Evangelical Free — West Post rd. and Midway dr. NW, Robert Warren. SS 9:30. Serv 10:45. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Cedar Rapids Bible Chapel — 3412 Oakland rd. NE SS 11. Serv. 11 Eve. 7 Wed. eve 7 30. Cedar Rapids Friends Meeting — 9.30. Contact W. R. Haworth, 363-6567. Cedar Valley Bible Church — 3636 Cottoge Grove ave. SE. Reogan Benedict, Thomas V. Fogie, Dwight I. Taylor. SS IO 50 Serv 9,45 Eve. 6 Wed eve 7.20, Zodiac “NO SAUCE INN” ...ALL MIXID DRINKS NON-ALCOHOLIC * NO AOf LIMIT * 5185 8th Ave. Marion MAY A PR J LM TUM IT AT 50m VT • DARLING NITELY • OPEN SUNDAY MM JSM JCMMMM M JR MM T ▼ ? LIVE *L ♦ ENTERTAINMENT * WE NOW HAVE HURRY!ENDS THURSDAY "IF YOU HAVEN'T SHN A PORNO MOVIE BL I FORE, OR IE YOU HAVE ONLY ONE EROTIC MOVIE TO CATCH I HIS YEAR THIS IS IHE ONE/'_ Al    Goldstein RATED XXXXXX THE LIFE & TIMES OE XA VIERA HOLLANDE (Aumoicsb or rn haivy hucjkejo SHOWS AT ll M 12:21 -I 4# I OO 4:21 $ 41 7 M 8 211 4# UTE SHOW FRI.-SAT. AT IIH MABIOI ADULT THEA IMF •HA** t* *„•*»£ Central Church of Christ — 1500 Ut av*. NW Penney F. Nichols SS 10 45. Serv. 9:30 Eve 6. Wed. eve. 7. Christian and Missionary Alliance — 1622 42nd it. NE. Daniel G Pullnam SS 9:30. Serv, 10 43. Eve. 7. Peace Christian Reformed — 6600 C ave. NE. Earl D Dykema. SS 9 45 Serv. 10 45 Eve. 6 30. Church of the Brethren — 1200 2nd ave. SE. Dr. Wayne A Shireman. SS 9.30. Serv. IO 50. Ministry of Deliverance — 1510 2nd it. SW. HO. Kurth. F. R. Davidson. SS 9:45 Serv. 10 45 Eve. 7. Church of God Prophecy — 3211 Edgewood rd. SW. Michael Boots. SS IO. Serv. II. Eve 7,30. Wed. eve. 7,30. Covington — Rick Miller. SS 9.30. Serv 10 30 Church of God — I 101 Oakland rd. NE. A. R Moslander SS 9:45. Serv. 10 45. Eve 6. Eastview Church of Christ — 601 Old Marion rd. NE. SS 9,30. Serv 10:30. Eve.7. Wed eve. 7. Ellis Park Church of God — 726 L ave. NW. John Little SS 9:30. Serv. 10,30. Eve. 6. Wed eve. 8 First Church of Christ, Scientist — 1242 2nd ave SE SS 10.30. Serv. 10 30. "Ancient and Modern Necromancy”. Wed eve. 7 30 First Covenant — 701 25th st. NE James F. Long*. SS 9 30 Serv. 10 45. "The Secret of Ending Loneliness". Eve 7. "How to Be Joyful", Wed. eve 7 Roaming Thru Romans*. First Open Bible — 1911 E ave. NW. Neat B Gail. SS 9 30 Serv 10 30. Eve 7 30. First Pentecostal Church — 860 Center Point rd. NE. James O. McCoy. SS 9 30. Serv IO 30. Tues , Thurs. eve. 7, Foursquare Gospel — 609 1st ave SW lee Griffis. SS 9:30. Communion and serv 10 45. Eve. 7. Mr and Mrs. Paul Clark. Wed. eve. 7 30. Frl. I 30 Graco Brethren — 2905 D ave. NE Gilbert Gilgan. SS 9 30 Serv 10 30 Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7.15. Interdenominational — 3rd st and 5th ave. SW A. J. Stokes. SS 9 45. Serv IO 45. T,m Philips. Eve 7. "The Occult” Islamic Center — 2999 1st ave SW. SS, serv. I I 30. Prayers, noon. Fri. prayers noon. Meth-Wick Chapel — 1224 13th st. NW. Richard Sebenlecher. Serv. 9. New Apostolic Church    — 2930 Wilson ave. SW SS, serv , IO, 5. Wed eve. 8 New Jerusalem Church of God In Christ — 631 9th ave SE H Bassett. SS IO 30 Serv. noon. Eve. 8 Peoples Unitarian — 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E Keliiion. SS IO. Forum, IO. Serv. II. "Are We Merely Player**’. Salvation Army — I 123 3rd st SE Eugene Adney. SS 9,45. Serv. I I. Eve 7 Seventh-Day Adventist — 42nd st and Edgewood rd. NE. Siegfried Roeske SS 9:30 Serv, 11. Seventh Day Church of God —- (Mendon) 3336 Prairie dr. NE. W. T. McMickin. SS, Sat IO Serv I I. Temple Judah — 3221 Lindsay Lane SE. I woe! Zobermcn. Fri. eve. serv 8 1st Fri. of month, eve serv. 7 30.    # Unity Center —BIO’S 2nd ave. SE. Mobil K Swanson. Serv. II 'To Whom and Whot Are We Giving Power?" Business Aid LONDON (ITI) - Prime Minister Wilson said Thursday his government plans to pump public money into flagging private businesses to keep them going. Increase in Productivity Rate Expected as Industry Cuts Back By J«hu Cann iff N'FW YORK (AP) - One likely effect of the mass layoffs and other cutbacks by industry is a rise in product iv-tty. which has been plunging at one of the sharpest rates in the years since World war JI Although the postwar increases in products tty have averaged 2 to 3 percent, declines have been registered in five of the past six quarters. In the third quarter the drop was 2 4 percent. Productivity, or output per man hour, is not a measure solely of how diligently production workers attend to their chores. Instead, it measures how effectively manpower, capital and technology are used. Front Offices To some extent the measure can be changed by poor worker attitudes on the assembly line, but decisions by white collar workers in the front office are far more likely to raise or lower productivity. Two of these decisions, it now seems c lear, were to keep work forces at capacity and to continue high production Reagan Begins as Success as Radio Commentator SACRAMENTO, Calif (AP) — Governor Reagan’s new career as a conservative radio commentator — said to be the first since Fulton Lewis — is a commercial success even before starting, says his syndicator. Harry O’Connor, of Hollywood’s Harry O’Connor, Ltd . said Wednesday Reagan had his first sponsor — in Dixon. ll!., his home town — only 33 minutes after news of the series reached there The outgoing Republican governor, a former movie star, began his career in Iowa as “Dutch" a radio sports announcer The daily broadcasts are to begin in January. The five-minute shows will be called “American Viewpoint", and will consist of a three-mmute commentary. O’Connor said that within a week after Reagan said he would return to radio, more than Iii contracts were signed with stations, agencies and clients. EXXXXXXXX TheTrial of , Billy Jack Starring DELORES TAYLOR and TOM LAUGHLIN HELO OVERt 3rd SMASH WEEK! Cf ava HANDS-> WATERLOO - Cross Roads I DUBUQUE Grand MARSHALLTOWN Plaza HMN TH IO P.M. iowan MOTOR BOTE!. Convenient perking in our romp DOWNTOWN John Cunniff schedules despite a dropoff in demand, most noticeably in the automotive industry. The situation isn’t unusual. Productivity often drops during the latter stages of a period of economic expansion as various inefficiencies — big inventories, oversized staffs, poor discipline — erode output per man hour. One of the most obvious factors in the decline is the employment of marginal workers, those with little or only poorly developed skill. Over"line work, sometimes as premium wage rales, can also cut into output efficiency. Expected Increase As large corporations begin housecleaning both on the production line and in the executive office, an increase in the productivity rate generally can be expected That has been the experience. However, many economists will be looking closely at the figures over the next few months. Some believe that the nation's productivity will be slow to recover, and I hat it might never reach its old plateau Among their reasons are changes in the work ethic, the channeling of corporate efforts into “nonproductive" areas, such as ecology, and the enormous bureaucracy that mature companies support. As Fortune magazine puts it in the December issue: “Those noncuttable ‘overhead’ workers, from porters to lawyers, are servic ing a diminishing volume of sales." l osing Ability The optimistic view holds that productivity will begin moving ahead, and soon. Fears always are expressed that the U. S. is losing its ability to produce efficiently, they say. but the figures prove them wrong. The most likely scenario is for productivity to move into the plus figures early next year if the recession reaches bottom at that time, and to rise into the 2 to 3 percent a -PLUS- UFO FACT Od FICTION" year level as economic expansion resumes. However, if the past is a criterion, inefficiency again will creep into the economy as the expansion reaches its peak, helping to drag it back down to a slower pace. It’s part of the cycle of things; J nobody and nothing has been able to flatten that cycle completely. Network To Begin Buy a Car Now’ Ad Campaign WASHINGTON (AP) -“Buy a car now.” is about to join “WIN", as a slogan for these times of economic trouble. The beleagured automobile industry is getting a helping hand from the Mutual Broadcasting System which says it will launch a “buy-a-car-now" advertising campaign on Dix'. I "We’re taking positive action to help the hardest-hit sector of American business because the problem is mutual,’’ the network explained. Mutual said auto manufacturers will get schedules of WI and 30-second commercials. free of charge. Mutual also will produce special one-minute radio announcements. stressing the importance of buying a new car et any make They will be broadcast, free. on all unsold commercial spots by the network. The network’s 6H0 affiliated stations will be urged to broadcast them also. Mutual says its president, C. Edward Little, visited Detroit and “experienced the gloom, fear and uncertainty which permeated the automotive industry.” Said Mutual. “This campaign is at least a gesture of optimism. We believe that the automotive industry can come back " COLLINS ROAD MlVt-IM TMI ATH AST or CINTI! roiNT RD urn    _____ NOW thru SUN. THERE S NOTHIN' THEY WONT THTI LAST 4 DAYS SAT. 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