Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif, (AP) r- Pioneer U, picking up speed at a rate of 300 miles "ivugm lltuab llftCiy IOT ti manned landing because It receives (he least even if am ciues 10 me origin of life Dr. Keith, KvenvoMcn of the hottf, .tiyery. Jiour, raced Monday to within a half mUllon miles of and a qllmax of ils 620-milllon-mlle voyage, The 570-pound spacecraft Ing at over the spacecraft' was to cross orblt.of. another satellite, Ganymede, Monday. It also will cross the 'orbit of the and Space Administration's tumef Research Center, which controls Pioneer 11, said Sunday that greater knowledge of Jupiter could lead to a better under- ft whllX 'tlimt HlA and enter Jupiter's of ihe origin of life on WllClI 1L TTIIU9 UlO KluHl planet only miles from Its cloudtops -at p.m. belt. Monday night it will zoom 'past the orbits of lo and a lesser moon, because "Jupiter is like our planet in Us first billion years." Monday night, The Tadiation could damage the craft's delicate Instruments. But scientists believe the m.p.h. it Iwill' reach when it's closest to the planet faster than any man-made object has ever 'flown will save it from serious damage by limiting then make its closest approach. Jupiter, a gigantic ball of liquid hydrogen and gases, will spew deadly electrons and protons at the vehicle, perhaps devastating its instruments and spoiling plans for a 1979 rendezvous with didn't rule out the possibility of life on Jupiter. .living' organism, however, would be quite different from anything we know on he said. "It would have to be an organism that just floats there." Radiation Belt length' of its exposure. 11 will approach from Four south of Jupiter, shoot On Sunday, the spacecraft look1 14 pictures 'of Jupiter and crossed the orbit of Callisto, the one of the planet's four scientists believed the spacecraft would survive and teep streaming back from which they can unlock secrets of the universe and its dangerous radiation jelt, make a corkscrew path up Ihe planet and depart four hours later from, a high northern region. More Than 40 States Blessed With Surpluses in Budgets By United Press International Many of America's state gov ertimenfs are rolling 5n money .enough-tp .pay off. two-thirds of this deficit. Officials in state after, state, a UPI. survey estimati they up their.-fL year with healthy surpluses There., are a few sharp excep- tions.' More than 40 states are in the black, with surpluses .totalinj. billion. California ,'a'n< Texas account for almost half By comparison, the federal defi cit is But it does not mean thai state taxes rlare coming down Newly elected politicians al ready have plans to spend' the surpluses, already being erodes by inflation and recession. Soaring Prices Texas, leads Its projected, budget surplus billion. It comes from' higher than anticipated income from sales taxes, as well as the 'soar- ing gas and oil., California's "cut, squeeze and trim" million surplus is outgoing Gov. Reagan's pride arid joy. The surplus last year was but Reagan and the legislature temporarily cut thie sales tax by 1 percent and granted an income tax bate, V Some other states are not so fortunate. New; .Jersey, with no state in- tax and 'a sales 'tax hard hit by .recession, faces a deficit next year which' officials, es- timate 'at anywhere from'' million to billion; Massachusetts, could have a deficit as high as million because of declining revenues. Vermont and Maine also face: possible 'de cits. Have To Strain Rhode Island and New Ham shire will have to strain to ke their budgets in balancer In Virginia, 'a drop in, c for nine months. When her immunity lo (hi cancer weakened, lab tests showed that the father's immu nity to the cancer cells was alsx zero. Another donor was found, am doctors said the girl's response was dramatic. She remained stable for another 14 months before she died from complica lions. Her life had been extendec far beyond the normal surviva rate for. cases of bone doctors said. Hospital officials said that out of gratitude, the girl's father still donates his white blood cells to treat other patients. Viral Origin? "We have laboratory evidence o support our belief that os- eosarcoma (bone cancer) may xs'of viral origin, and that peo- )Ie having close contact with close as- locialcs, receive a measurable m m u n i t y to osteosarcoma which can be transferred by TF o the patients to boost .their wn'.immunity to these specific ancer Dr. Fudenberg aid. "This is not to say that jwople can 'catch' cancer from omconc the Immunology jrofoseor stressed, "only that crtaln viruses under certain onditlons can cause cancer." Dr. Fudenberg said doctors ow believe that bone cancer Iclims have a defective im- munology system which is probably Michigan had a million surplus this year, but, most ol that is melting away because of property and income tax cred- its. .On Nov. 5, voters re- pealed the state 'sales -tax on food and prescription drugs. ,_. surpl us e s reflect generally healthy economies. Colorado, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Mississip- pi, Hawaii, Arkansas, Iowa j Ne- vada, Kansas, Louisiana, South g i n i a., Alabama, Kentucky Wyoming, Georgia, Minnesota New Mexico, Missouri, Mon- tana, North Dakota, 'Oregon and Arizona were reported in the black and with hopes of staying there. Other states, such as Wash- ington, Florida, Utah, Dela- ware, Ohio, Maryland, Tennes- see, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, ei- ther had slight surpluses or none'at all and'face a tough "ight to find budget-balancing incomes. Sees Health Danger in Salt, Sugar MADISON, A University of Wisconsin bio- chemist says staples 'such as and sugar, especially su- crose, are more hazardous to human health food adcM- ives or even natural food poi- >ons caused by bacteria. "All material things in the universe are made exclusively if chemicals, including foods, and all chemicals; are toxic ii he wrong said bio- chemist F. M. Strong. "What's important ;is whether he chemical is hazardous in the mount 'actually he aid. Strong-said he thought addi- ives we're being unduly cri- icized, despite the fact they must meet strict standards. He aid food staples like isugar and salt 'should also meet strictly standards. The hazard from sucrose Julweighs that from any other ubstance, Strong said. He said ucrose, cane or beet sugar, vas the major cause of dental roblems among more than 95 ercent of the U.S. population. Three to five times the amount of' common table salt abitually consumed by many ersons produces severe hyper- ension, Strong said. Strong said other dietary fac- irs such as saturated fats, cho- sterol, 'and 50 to 45 percent of Dod calories in the form of fat re associated with heart dis- ase. 'While natural food toxicants ave caused widespread human >f Jupiter The trip will give scientist their best pictures yet of this question of what the proton r radiation is Wolfe said. and Its great red spot, bclieve oach Driver Dies in Crash BLACKSBURG, S.C. (AP) olice in this northern South arolina town Sunday were in- Dstigating the death of a slage- jach driver who was killed len his mules bolted while route to a Christmas parade. Police Chief Arnold Byars id James.Sailor, 58, of route Gafm'cyi was killed and ssenger in the stagecoach as Injured Saturday vjhcn the o mules apparently became pooked" at the sounds of their wfs on the pavement and bolt- running through an inter- Sugar Boosts Prices of Food In AP Survey By "Associated Press Soaring sugar prices, alread the target of government probe and consumer boostec Ihe price of the family grocerj bill during an As sociated- Press marketbaske survey shows. Shoppers1 who avoided buying sugar, however, found sales 01 neat and eggs helped stretch ihe budget at the supermarket. The AP drew up a random lis of 15 commonly purchased foot and nonfood items, checked the prices on March 1, 1973, at a supermarket in each of 13 cities and has re'checked at the begin ning of each succeeding month. The latest survey showed thi bill was up during November in every, city except Dallas, where sugar was unavailable am therefore did not boost the tola as it did elsewhere. The average November in crease in the' 12 cities where the bill went up was 6 percent. I: sugar was removed from the total, however, the rise was only ).7 percent. Not counting sugar, the bill declined in six of the 1! cities and stayed the same in one. A comparison of' current prices with those at the begin- ning of the year showed the marketbasket bill up in every city, with an average increase of 20 percent. Again, much of the. increase was due to dispro- portionately large boosts in the cost of sugar which more than tripled in some areas. Mexico Negotiates MIAMI (AP) An 84-mem- bcr Mexican commercial dele- gation has arrived in Cuba to negotiate new trade and aid agreements, Havana radio said Monday. Paper Claims U.S. Wants Cyprus Base NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) A Greek Cypriot leftist newspaper says the U. S. is pressing Cy- prus, Greece 'and Turkey to con- sent to the establishment of an American military base in south Cyprus. The weekly Demokratia said the Americans want to take over the British sovereign base area of Dhekelia, which it claimed will be given up by Britain by next spring. "The United Slates apparently attaches special significance to the 'acquisition of a base in Cy- prus in view of the reopening of the Suez Canal and the contin- uing tense situation in the Mid- dle the paper added. There was no immediate com- ment from the Cyprus govern ment on the report. Qiioling unspecified "politi cat circles" Demokratia addec that America "is willing to in crease its economic assistant to Cyprus in order to get it; consent for the transfer of lh r of said estate. Notice is furrher sfve. set asWe wW wift m ;n that any a...- must be brousrrt district court ol said county with year from the dale of the secooc publication ol nils notice, or tberejitertx irever barred. Notice is further aiven that-ell person noebted to said estate are reauested I make Immediate payment to the unde laned, and creditors having claims oalnst said estate shall file them wit he clerk of the above named court, a rpvided by duly authenticated, fot llowance: and duly unless so filed wltwn st mpr.ths from the second oublication o notice (unless otherwise allowed o< aid) such daim shall tnereafter orever barred. DEted this 25th dav of November, 1 William R: Parson. id Estat Laocum Attonrevs for said Executor .edar Raolds, Iowa second puWlcaJlon, 9th dav Member, NOTICE OF HEARING On proposed rules and regulations foi he establishment of appeal procedure or Individuals aosrievediby asslgnmen set aside orders Issued by th late of towa Fuel Allocation office. Notice Is hereby given that the low uel Allocallon Office of the Energy Po- cy Council will meet at Hearing Room j. 7th Floor, Valley Bank Building, h street, (flty of Des Molnes, on th 3th day of December, 1974, at 10.-CK at which time said office wll a hearing on the proposed rule nd regulations for the estallshment o ppeal procedures for Individuals aggri ved by assignment set asld rders.Issued by Ihe State of Iowa (location Office. i Copies of the proposed rules and reau- ations are available on request from th iwa Fuel Allocation Office, VallevBanl ulldlno. 300 4th street, Des Molnes owa J0319; telephone 1515) 281-3428 These rules and regulations are beln' to the mandate of 1 r.K. 205.219. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF NANROB. (iven that fe torDora- zed under the orcvi Notice Is on has been 01 me and shall have oeruelual existence The corporation shall have' unflmltei nower to enoaoe In and lo do any lawfu ct concerning, any lawful businesses fo rtlch may be oroanijed nder the Iowa Business Corporation :t. Chanter 494A of the 19n Code o shares which authority 10 saua Is shares of common stock t Dir value o( Sl.co a shareT I1" of lnmal registered (ice of this corporation Is 2919 AoDle- raod Place N.E.. Cedar Railds, Icwf IB name of Ihe Initial reoisterei aoen i Donald C NebersSllj Its di IncorMrlion are la ace The Cedar PLaoids. lowaT ...names and ealdresses of the cffi- rs of the corporation are: President, Donald C: Neberwll. 5919 dewood Place N.E.. Cedar Rapids, 'ice President, Robert Neberoall, place N.E.. Cedar Secretary, W. Neborgall. 2919 Place H.E., Ceoar Donild'C. Tlebcroall. Place Cedsr Rapids. )atcd at Cedar Raoids, Iowa (his y of November. NANROB, Inc. By Donald C. Neoeroall. _w LAND RENTAL he Linn-Mar Community School Dis- ci will accent cash rental bids for ao- Jimatel. 40 acres of farm larij for cash rent oer acre will be cepled In Ihe office of the secretary the District until PM Noon; uriday, December ind all SS be considered by ihe Board of Edu- ion, al Its Reoular December meetins. as an to be written and placed In a led envelope addressed to the Secre. V of the Board of Educaticn. School Dlitricl. P.O. 307. Don. Iowa Slyi) and Ihe words "Farm nd Rental Bins" wrilKn on the out. t of the enveMce. II bids must remain firm fcr 30 days 1 IM of further Information call D ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ._ No. <ui-io7 ALUEN BOYUN jner ot.tne Minor Chi dren, Raymond A ten Boylan, Michael Allen You arc hereby notified that a pMlllot own HIM Win1 ol ,S e Ccurt thl! Merest! S umena- eoi said pelltlcns further allege thi RS'gof Boylan and Mkhlel A len Boylan are children Vho are withoo prOKr care because, of INt.wnotlon mental, or ohyslcat disability or sale o immalurity of Ihelr Barents ouardlan? o other custodian; said petitions Ihit, Raymond Allen Bwl'" ar.e 'nHlren are without proper parenta care becaus of th! faults or habits of thtlf parents SSJ.S' olter cuiloiJIan; said pet ti5 T ,tlwl o place of Hearing on said pel "M no- tice of said date, time 'and place of hear mg be served upon all interested parties Is provided for by law; said petition further pray that II the alfesttlonVof th sustained, lhal tin Cour SSL Wlttli IS Mid and o prtSi'ded K by law ikFor P'rticulars you will refer I the petitions now on file as atoresald. You are also hereby notified that you arc to appear before the Court at tti Courtroom at the First Avenue BridM Building, In Cedar Rapids; Iowa, Linn County, Iowa, on or before the Uth day of January, .1975, at o'clock, AM. it which. lime said matters will come on for hearing before the Court as to wheth- erttie above named minor children. Ray mond Allen Boylan and Michael Allen Boylan, and cacti of them, am neglected ii ls the petmons and that the court make a disposition o hese matters as Is provided for by th laws of the state of Iowa, or make such other and further orders as are In th best interests of said children. Unles you appear before said time end plac your default will be entered. You are also hereby notified (hat you have a right to an attorney and if you desire an attorney to represent you bu are unable to employ such an attorney an attorney will be appointed by 1% Court as is prov ded for by Section 2322 of the 1973 Code of Iowa as WILLIAM G. FACHES Linn County Attorney By: JAMES W. AFFELD' Assistant County Attorney Linn County Court Hovse Cedar Rapids, Iowa 39SJ5CO NOTICE OF PROOF OF WITHOUT ADMINISTRATION Probate No. PK93-1174 In Ihe District Court ol the Stale o! Iowa n and for Linn County In the matter of 1he estate of Deceased0' E'llMA PEIL .-To all persons Interested In the estate To are 'hereby notified that on the 25th day ol November. 1H4, the last will i' Emma .o. Pell, Emma Pell, de bearing dale the loth day of lh day ol November, 1974, the under- oned was appointed administrator, of .estate. Notice is hereoy gvien that I persons Indebled lo said estate are equested lo make Immediate payment T the undersigned, and creditors having aims aga nst Mid estate shall file them itb ctertc of the above named dls- let court, as provlo-d by liw, duly au- hentlcalcd, for allowante, and uless so led within six months from the second vMlcatlon of this notice (unless other. >s< allowed or paid) such claims shall be forever Barred. Dated this I91h day of November, 1974. TtV! Merchants National ol Cedar Raoids Administrator of said Estate L. C. tor said Admlniitrafor of aeeeid pubiicaiicn 2nd day of Gazette Classified Want Ads "The for Eofltrn Iowa Famlliti" WANT AD RATES PHONE 398-8234 lor 2 doyi........ 3 days agate, lint per day 4-5.6 days Xoc per ojatt per day PAY FOR 6 DAYS AND OIT THI 7th DAY FRIB 8 lo 29 days (consecutive) ..............39c per agate line per day 30 doyi 37c per agale line per day 2 DAY DAYS DAYS DAYS: FOK 6 DAYS OIT THE 7th DAY FRED .3 4 lines 5 MINIMUM size ad is 2 lines. For small size type wont ads c.punt four average words for the first line and five words each additional line. A bfind box number in care of The Gazette counts :os four words. Add 1 service charge if box number is used. 1.50 if replies oresmailed to r, DEADLINES P.M. Day Pr.cedina Publication 11 A.M. Saturday for Sunday Publication A.M. Saturday for Mon. Publication Want Ad Office Op.n I A.M. to 5 P.M. Man. thru Frl. Sat.'Ill Noon CORRECTIONS-CANCELLATIONS to 9 A.M. day of Pub.; A.M. Sat. for Sun. ERROR RESPONSIBILITY: -THE GAZETTE will not be- reiponijble'for more mcorrKt insertion and.only.for that portion of the ad that moy'have been rendered valueless by such error. Each insertion ii proof of publica-. lion, and it is the responsibility of the advertiser to' check toch inier- tion. s Cash In Advance Classifications: 35-36-3I-70-110-140 Out.of.Town Wont Adi Payable) In Mvantei On.-Tlma Rat. Appll.i To Out.of.Stoej Ady.rtlslna ANNOUNCEMENTS 8 Mortuaries Manumentt NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 203 14lh AVe. S.E. Dial 344-443; Let: S. of lot 212 Chapel Gardens by out ol stale owner. 2 spaces, Call Cedar Memorial 393-6000. QUESTIONS oh cr about the _Blblc answered. 377.9333, Rathle.- PREGNANT. end Distressed? Birth. right, 7-10 p.m. 342-0449. 12 Last Found LOST large Black Labrador- Wiemeraner, white chest, 105 short hair, near Lindale Plaia. Re- ward. Notify 3416 C AVe. N.E. or call ICOIIecIl 319.544.7ra5. WILL Person who olcked up tip motor at Linn County Home corne Nov. 29 at a.m. please ca B54-7058. Reward. LOST: COON HOUND, Blue tick Walker cross. Fairfax area. Re- ward. 377-4452 LOST BILLFOLD, man's, vicinity of Times Theatre. Reward. 365.5838. FOUND: 'Male Collie, approximately 2 years old. Robins area. 377-6112. Persbiicils RESTLESS nlghls? Try an' Eyans Masso Therapy Treatment, 342-4749 j FOR lonoer wear keep carpets clean Blue Lustre. Rent elec- trie shampooer, S2. DRUG TOWN When trouble ccm'S. don't struggle alone. can direct you to help. Phona 391-3955 any hour, any day. LECITHINI Vlntoorl Bit Ktlpl Now all four In one capsule, ask for Mays SANTY CLAUS lor hire, experienced, for home or panics. 344-1244 USE Ihe NEW direct-dialing numbei to order vour person-to-person Went Ad. Juil dial 3M-I2J4 18 PenonoU OLD TREASURED PHOTOS RESTORED and. reproduced. Bring yours In for a tree'estlnuie. Dun" _can_styjjo._Tgwn_and Country. RIDE to North Florida. Leave Dec. 20-21. Will drive and share expense. "References ex- changed. 393-4238. Bridal Sf rvices JOB PRINTING, ALL KINDS SERVICE PRESS AND LITHO CO., INC., llOS.Tnlrd Street WEDDING CAKES Mrs. Kenneth Smith, 363-9115. v.-suld make an excellent Chn_. mas pill, be sure to tell the friend- ly Want Ad-visor you'd Ilki to STAR your .want ad. SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! 32 BuiintMs BusintU'SCTict.. ONE STOP REMODELING BATHS fcluvenated, factory or lot built kitchen cabinets, room additions, fireplace- Installations, wall and ceillno Insulation, quMer Irv 1 stalled; roofs, metal sash replacement for any sized old window. Call for free estimates. WIHEGARDNER 343-652? or TREE SERVICE GUARANTEED WORK INSURED FIREWOOD .MUnt TOMKINS CONSTRUCTION CARPENTRY WORK, none loo small. 344-1434 IOWA1 INSTALLATION REPAIR CO. Free estimates reasonable Installing cdllng floor tile replac OIBSS screen etc. Build cabinets garages small ol fices. and D CONSTRUCTION NEW HOMES, GARAGE Room Additions: Dial 3S5-73JI Free Estimates. C. C. Llnqc- 373-4075 CONCRETE CONST. DRIVEWAYS, 'walks, steps, pattoi garage floors, etc. Fre estimates. L. Gephart, thi new direct-dialing number to order your Derson-to-person Want Ad. Just dial J-MJ-M. Melsha Upholstering FINE .FABRIC SAMPLES, 344-215.1 GARAGES, cabinets, new construe tion, fireplaces, canetlng. No lob too small. Free estimates. 22 year oerlence. WARREN LARSON CONST. .remodeling and finlsK work, 33 years experience, reason, able, M. KnoblauoiM-WfO.! painting and floor tiling, free estimates.- Call 'H D Interiors 365-4571 belwetrW AJvl.'tnd 4 PJVi. weekdays. HANDYMAN IF you have a Job you wani done call Palnlfnfl. do 'most anything) REMOVAL 393-25M PAINTING-PAPERING Guaranteed work Free Estimates D. J. HINKER, HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling, Cabinets, Countertops, Paneling. After 377-3348 CONCRETE work, block laying, dirt Water, basement repair, excavat ino. John Fields, AND DRYER REPAIR Commercial, BOOTH TREE SERVICE Free esl., insured 366-3600. Will 'do driveways and parking lots. 344-0367. In patching and plastering, Ed Simon, 343-777.1. COMMERCIAL or RESIDENTIAI? IK. L. HALE, Work MM PAINTING REASONABLE JERRY VOSDINGH: MOST anything any time hedge and tree cutting reasonable rates. PAINTING, Interior, exterior. Free estimates. MERVIM LARSON Son. hedge and shrubbery trimming and removal. HAULING, window washing, lawn work, raking. FIREWOOD. References, sured, 344-1350. Concrete Carpenter Work Remodel, oaraae, etc. Musll. Chimneys and roof repairs, 362-2s4a. 8REEDEN TREE SERVICE Estimates given, insured References, free estimates, 345-7351 RK'S HOME IMPROVEMENT Additions, Kitchens, Fireplaces 377-0314 After 5, FAST AND EASY with a low-cost Ad. COMMERCIAL and residential sand-Ing and snow removal, start's repairs. 362-7526, 363-U44 Never Be A Better Time To Buy A Home PAINTING: exterior, interior, in-5 t-fajer 344-1132. KEN'S ROOFING. CARPENTRY, general hauling, free estimate, call alter p.m. Gutters, Roofs and Repair L. D. "Don" Craft, 344-6041, Work Women HOUSE NURSERY. Long Established state Licensed 2 LOCATIONS Call 3516 Center Point Road NE 2601 FIRST Avenue SW WAUPAPERING-PAINT.NG REFERENCES, Bill JaryiS, RUBBISH HAULING: RUG SHAMPOOING BY VET or DAY CARE CENTER, 351 ltd Ave. S.w. Quality care with pre-sctxvl 3 years up. 344-4979 FREE ESTIMATED BABYSIT, my 1724 Caver Ave. SE. Near Johnson icnool. SMALL and mafor appliance repair, all work guaranteed. BASY SITTING 312-2310 CERAMIC tile and cerpet DO NT MISS OUT on value. Read _and use economical Adsl LIGHT HAULING ANDTLEAmjF" Any Kind, Any Time, 345-3477. FURNACE vacuum cleaning, was 114 now S15. 854-6315, 377-4574. CHIM'NEY and Foundation Repair. ______Tuckoointing, 377-3469_______ A. 1. DUSCHECK "Upholstering Fabric Samples, estimates. 362-5741 walha, cell 393-1 I CHILDCARE, highly gualllled. Col- lins-Wright. CHILD Care, my home HIAWATHA Phone 393-02J1. CAT WORK, back hoerblacVand fiil! to St. Luke's. 354-05JO._________ WANT TO RENT vour apartment? Piece a VJant Ad today, Dial m- and let an jOvHor you.