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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Cfdar_ Sat., Nov. 30, 1971 C.R. Area Worship Services Listed- Increase in Productivity Rate (ConUimcd from Page J.) _ r it I I D I Expected as Industry Cuts Back Shelling Com Jason Brickner, 3, of Blue Mounds, needs all the strength he can muster to crank the handle of this old-fashioned corn sheller. The corn shell- er 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 written in 1958 by composer Katharine Davis, an arranger of many international carols and folk songs. Theater Time For Saturday COMMUNITY THEATER "My Three Angels" 8. WORLD "Even Angels Eat Beans" shorts 5, TIMES "The Trial of Bil- ly Jack" EASTOWN 1 "The Klans- man" EASTOWN 2 "Law and Disorder" MARION Feature at 11, 3, 7, 11. COLLINS "Dirty Mary Crazy Larry" "The Legend of Hell House" "The Last American Hero" 11. Recovered Loot Is Million CHICAGO (UPI) The loot dredged out of a basement hole last week is not the million authorities thought it was. Authorities said Wednesday that the cash accounted for on- ly million of the missing million taken in the Oct. 20 Armored Express Co. bur- glary the largest theft in U. S. history. The FBI said it arrived at the million figure by a check of labels on the bundles of and bills in duffel hags hauled out of a seven-foot hole in the base- ment of a home owned by the grandmother of Ralph Mar- rera. He was the only guard on duty (he night of the heist. A machine count of the money, however, tabulated the total at The FBI said about million was returned to the insurance company of Purolator Securi- ty, Inc., the parent of Ar- mored Express Co. Authorities are still-seeking the rest of the they believe about 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 Dlfonzo, were ar- rested. The FBI said half a million of the loot was in canceled checks and non-negotiable se- curities. Another was taken from Marzano and Di- fonzo when they were ap- prehended. Don't Miss That CUERO, Texas (UPI) Five county jail prisoners quit a, three-day hunger strike in time for Thanksgiving dinner.- presents Tonight, Sat. "JADE" 519HStreerS.W. "NO 1 SAUCE, ...ALL MIXED DRINKS NON-ALCOHOLIC NO AOl LIMIT S 1 85 8th Ave. Marion WILY 4 P.M.-2 A.M RT. AT SOtb ST.j DANCING OPEN SUNDAY I I LIVE TERTAINMENT' NOW HAV? RI DOWNTOWNER LOUNGE 4th St. Between 1st and 2nd Avenues FRI. SAT. NIGHT "COUNTRY GENERATION" OPEN 9-2 I Don Coaler Bob Tischer I FIREPLACE LOUNGE HIAWATHA HURRY! ENDS THUpSTT "IF .YOU HAVEN'T SEEN A PORNO MQVIE BE- FORE, OR IF YOU HAVE ONLY ONE EROTIC MOVIE TO CATCH THIS YEAR THIS IS THE _AI Goldstein RATED XXXXXX (HflllOPESS OF TIE HMTO H30KTK) SHOWS AT LATE SHOW FRI.-SAT. AT Richard Sebonleeker. SS Sorv Trinity (Unllod) 3rd avo. and 5th il.'SW. Wllion Hydo. SS Serv. "On Looking NAIA3ENE First 31 13 111 avo. SW. Hardy J. Poweri. SS Serv. Eve 7. Wed eve. 7. Oakland 151 Bowman rd. NE. (Bowman Woods Church off- ices, oJI6 Devonshire dr. NE. Craw- ford Howe. SS Sorv. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. Trinity 1328 K si. SW. Jomes L. Hayes. SS Eve 7. Wed. eve. 7. ORTHODOX St. George (Sy.) 1202 10th st. SE. Constantino Nasr. SS Matins 10. Liturgy Sat. eve] vespers St. (E) 600 7lh sl.-SE. Demetrios Walker. SS, Matins 10. Morning prayers, 11. St. John's (Or.) 501 A ave. NE. J. Yalouris. Orthros Liturav PRESBYTERIAN Calvin-Sinclair (United! 715 38th st. SE. Earl A. Huebner. SS 10. Serv. 9, "The Way la Celebra- Centre! Pork (United) 1700 B ove. NE. Allen S. Van Cleve. SS Serv. "How Do You Measure Christ Church (United) 2000 1st ave. NW. Robert Boulon. SS 9 Serv. "On the Way to Christmas-1. I Met A Hopeful News- First (United) 310 5th st. SE. John S. Shew, Larry R. Johnson. Ad- vent Festival Serv, Hus Memorial (United) 2808 Schaeffer dr. SW. Oeorge B. McDill SS Serv. "Your Guiding Light Goes Indian Creek (Reformed) K P Hall, 1001 Old Marion rd. NE. Robert Sanderson. SS 11. Serv. 10. Kenwood Park (United) 327 35th st. NE. L. A. Chamberlain, Murry Haber. SS, Serv. 11. Knox (United) 1525 Holly- wood blvd. NE. Floyd J. Conroy. SS Communion and serv. Wed. eve. Olivet (United) 237 10th si NW. King. SS Com- munion and serv. 8.30, II. "Holy Trash Westminster (United) 1285 3rd ave. SE. Dr. John P. Woods, Eddie Eggerlchs. SS. Serv. 11. "World UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Eden (E and 351 8lh ave. SW. Glenn D. Hunt. SS Serv First Congregational 361 17th st. SE. Glenn N. Bender, Chorles R. Sornmers. SS 11. Serv. 10. "Christmas in Hope 150 9lh ave., Hiawatha. Lyle V. Kuohl. SS Serv. _ irlst 1.500 lit ovo. NW. Penney F. Nlcholt. SS Sorv. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. 7. Christian and Missionary Al- liance 1622 42nd st. NE. Daniel G. Pulliiam. 55 Sorv. Eve. 7. Peace Christian Reformed 6600 C ove. NE. Earl D. Dykema. SS Serv. Eve. Church of the Brethren 1200 2nd avo. SE. Dr. Wayne A. Shlreman. SS Serv. Ministry of Deliverance 1510 2nd si. SW. H.O. Kurth, F. R. Davidson. SS Serv. Eve 7. Church of God Prophecy 3211 Edgewood rd. SW. Michael Boots. SS 10. Sorv. II. Eve Wed. cvs. Covlngton Rick Miller. SS Serv. Church of Ood I 101 Oak- land rd. NE. A. R. Moslander. SS Serv. Eve. 6. Easfvlew Church of Christ 601 Old Marion rd. NE. SS Serv. Eve.7. Wed. eve. 7. Ellis Park Church of God 726 L ove. NW. John Little. SS Serv. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. 8. First Church of Christ, Scientist 1242 2nd ave. SE. SS Serv. "Ancient and Modern Wed. eve. First Covenant 701 25lh st. NE. Jomes F. Lange. SS Serv "The Secret of Ending loneli Eve. 7. "How to Be Joyful" Wed. eve. 7. "Roaming Thru Ro First Open Bible 1911 E ave NW. Neal B. Gail. SS 9-30 Serv Eve. By CunnlH NEW YORK (AP) One likely effect of [lie mass lay- offs and oilier cutbacks by Industry is u rise In productiv- lly, which has been plunging at one of the sharpest rules in Hie years since World war.II. r Although Ihe postwar in- creases in productivity have averaged 2 to 3 percent, de- clines have been registered in five of the pasl six quarters. In the third quarter the drop was 2.4 percent. Productivity, or output per man hour, is not a measure solely of tiow diligently pro- duction workers attend to their chores. Instead, it measures how effectively manpower, capital and tech- nology are used. Front Offices To some extent Ihe measure can be changed by poor worker attitudes on the assembly line, but decisions by while collar workers in (he front office are far more likely to raise or lower productivity. Two of these decisions, it now seems clear, were to keep work forces at capacity and to continue high produclion John Cunniff First Pentecostal Church __ 860 Center Point rd. NE. James O. McCoy. SS Serv. Tues., Thurs. eve. 7. Foursquare Gospel 609 hi "fcSUyQn DegiMS CIS ave. SW. Lee Grlffls. SS C n J' Communion ond serv. OUCCGSS OS KCKjIO Eve. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark. Wed x-< eve. Fri. Commentator Graco Brethren 2905 D ave. NE. Gilbert Gilgan. SS Serv Eve. 7. Wed. ove. Interdenominational 3rd st and 5lh avo. SW. A. J. Stokes. SS Serv. Tim Phillips. Eve 7 "Tho Occult- Islamic Center 2999 1st ave. SW. SS, serv. Prayers, noon. prl. prayers noon. Meth-WIck Chapel 1224 13lh st. NW. Richard Sebenlecher Serv. 9. New Apostolic Church 2930 Wilson ove. SW. SS serv 10 5. Wed. eve. 8. New Jerusalem Church of Ood In Christ 631 9lh ave. SE. H. Bassett. SS Serv. noon. Eve. OTHER CHURCHES Baha'l Center Firesides: Tues. 2 ot 1810 Ridgewood Terrace SE; Wed. eve. at 2103 Cedar Valley opts.; Thurs. ove. at 2435 4lh ave., Marion. Bethany Congregational 1300 6lh st. NW. Mary A. While. SS Serv. 10. "The Drama of Ihe Church's Cedar Hills Community Re- formed 4980 Gordon ave. SW. Leon Aolberts. SS Serv I I Eve Cedar Hills Evangelical Free West Post rd. and Midway dr. NW. Robert Warren. SS Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Cedar Rapids Bible Chapel 3412 Oakland rd. NE. SS I I. Serv. 1 1 Eve. 7. Wed. eve. Cedar Rapids Friends Mooting Contact W. R. Haworth, 363- 6567. Cedar Valley Bible Church 3636 Cottage Grove ave. SE. Reagan Benedict, Thomas V. Fogle, Dwlght L. Taylor. SS Serv. Eve 6 Wed. eve. Peoples Unitarian 600 3rd ove. SE. Waller E. Kellison. SS 10. Forum, 10. Serv. I I. "Are We Merely Salvation Army I 123 3rd si. SE. Eugene Adney. SS Serv. I I. Eve. 7. Seventh-Day Adventlst 42nd st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Siegfried Rooske. SS 9.30. Serv. II. Seventh Day Church of God (Meridon) 3336 Prairie dr. NE. W. T. McMickln. SS, Sat. 10. Sorv. I I. Temple Judah 3221 Lindsay Lane SE. Israel Zobermon. Frl. eve. serv. 8. 1st Fri. of month, eve serv j Unify Center 2nd ave. SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Serv. I 1. "To Whom and What Are We Glvlnq Aid LONDON (UPI) Prime Minister Wilson said Thurs- day his government plans lo pump public'money inlo flag- ging private businesses lo keep them going. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Governor Reagan's new career as a conservative radio commentator said, lo be the first since Fulton Lewis is a commercial success even be- fore starling, says his syndlca- tor. Harry O'Connor, of Holly- wood's Harry O'Connor, Ltd., said Wednesday Reagan had his first sponsor in Dixon, III., his home town only 33 minutes after news of the sc- ries readied there. The outgoing Republican governor, a former movie slar, began his career in Iowa as "Dutch" a radio sports announcer. The daily broadcasts are'lo begin in January. The five- minute shows will be called "American and will consist of a Ihree-minule commentary. O'Connor said that within a week after Reagan said he would return to radio, mure lhan U5 cimtraels were signed with stations, agencies and clients. BUIyJack DELORES TAYLOR TOM LAUGHLIN HELD OVER! 3rd SMASH WEEK! WATERLOO Cross Roads I DUBUQUE Grand MARSHALLTOWN Plaza NO THE FUNKIEST CROOKS SINCE CRIME BEGAN "EVEN ANGELS EAT BEANS" "THE TRIAL OF SILLY JACK" "BIRTH OF A LEGEND" PIUS iUFOFACTORFICTIOt NO WALT DISNEY'S "LT. ROBIN SHOWS DAILY AT BEST IN FAMILY FUN "BENJI" -o- Sat 8 Sun. 2-3 311-6 40 7 30-9 30 WON 7-9 OPEN AT 7 P.M. ALWAYS FREE PARKING NOW WALTER MATTHAU ROBERT SHAW "TAKING OF THEPELHAH OKE TWO THREE SHOWS NOlV "THE TRIAL OF BILLY JACK" SAT. SUN. NOW THE DOVE SHOWS NOW tl HE Will WIN AN ACADEMY A WARD ART CARNEY "HARRY TONTO" SHOWS schedules despite a dropoff in demand, most noticeably in Ihe automotive industry. The situalion isn'l unusual. Produclivily often drops dur- ing the latter stages of a peri- od of economic expansion as various inefficiencies big inventories, oversized slaffs, poor discipline erode outpul per man hour. One of Ihe most obvious fac- tors in Ihe decline' is (he employment of marginal workers, those wilh little or only poorly developed skill. Overtime work, sometimes as premium wage ral.es, can also cut inlo oulput efficiency. Expected Increase As large corporations begin housccleaning both on Ihe pro- duction line and in the execu- tive office, an increase in the productivity rate generally can be expected. That has been the experience. However, many economisls will be looking closely al Ihe figures over the' nexl few months. Some believe that the nation's produclivily will be slow to recover, and lhat it might never reach ils eld plateau. Among their reasons are changes in (he work ethic, thf channeling of corporate efforts inlo "nonproductive" areas, such as ecology, and the enor- mous bureaucracy that ma- ture companies support. As Fortune magazine puts il in (he December issue: "Those noncuttable 'overhead' workers, from porters lo law- yers, are servicing a diminish- ing volume of sales." Losing Ability The optimistic view holds lhal produclivity will begin moving ahead, and soon. Fears always are expressed thai the U. S. is losing its abil- ity lo produce efficienlly, they say, but the figures prove Ihem wrong. The mosl likely scenario is for productivity to move into the plus figures early nexl year if the recession reaches bottom al lhat time, anil lo rise into Die 2 lo I! percenl a LAST 4 DAYS SAT. SUN AT 2-4 A PERFECT FAMILY OtlTING. Incredible Story about Man and the Creatures t ;c Wild... OLOR -G. -PIUS- "LIFO FACT OR FICTION" year level as economic expan- sion resumes. However, If the pasl Is a cri- terion, inefficiency again will creep into Ihe economy as Ihe expansion reaches ils peak, helping lo drag it back down to a slower pace. It's part of the cycle of nobody and nothing lias been able to flatten lhat cycle completely. Network To Begin 'Buy a Car Now' WASHINGTON (AP) "Buy a car is about lo join as a slogan for these limes of economic trou- ble. The beleagured automobile industry is gelling a helping hand from Ihe Mutual Broad- casting System which says it will launch a "buy-a-car-now" advertising campaign on Dec. 1. "We're taking positive ac- lion to help the hardest-hit sector of American business because the problem is mu- tual." the network explained. Mutual said auto manu- facturers will get schedules of 00 and 30-second commercials, free of charge. Mutual also will produce special one-minute radio an- nouncements, stressing the importance of buying a new car of any make. They will be broadcast, free, on all .unsold commercial spols by the net- work. The network's 000 affili- ated stations will be urged lo broadcast them also. Mutual says its president, C. Edward Lltllc, visited Delroil and "experienced the gloom, fear and uncertainty which permeated Ihe automo- tive industry." Said Mutual: "This cam- paign is al leasl a gesture of optimism. We believe lhal the automotive industry can come back." NOW thru SUN. THEY WON'T TRY! PETEH SUSAN GEORGE COU3FH BY DE NO. 2 "LEGEND OF HEU HOUSE" COLOR PC Be e NO. 3 "UST AMERICAN HERO" ._______COLOR PG OPEN Show to) i WELCOME TO SCENIC ATOKA COUNTY Pop. Cross burnings. Ropo. Arson. Murder. Itsagreotplocorolivo ...rl THE! tot you. WILLIE AND CY ARE BUDDIES HAYING THE UIIDH OF THEIR LIVES PLAYING AMATEUR HELD OVER! COPS...BUT IT'S NO LAlHffllHD MflfTER! 2ND CARROL! ERNEST BORGNtNE Lough i until it hurls. SAT.-SUN. I OS ...J   

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