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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAI (Of! AI WtAlHlft MtvKHOMCAS! t* I M ct V M Vi 3000 v    997/    V9    .s;<    /    *1    oV7? ^ \ \ ,ow^ / * At I1 i / M-.~ |:,'h- ra*™ v .;r. V AIR ll ^ I - - ii#* WI AIM* MDR* Ail Showers and thundershowers are expected Friday night in the middle Rockies and from the Gulf Coast northeastward through the Ohio-Tennessee valley and the Great Lakes into the Northeast. Clear to partly cloudy weather is expected elsewhere. The Weather High temperatures Thursday, low temperatures overnight and precipitation Anchorage    *0    SS    .04    I Angeles    I*    43 Atlanta    BS    69    .ta    Miami    Bt    79 Bismarck    71    55    .02    Mln'apolls    71    as Chicago    71    62    N. Orleans    92    70 76 aa New York ii 43    Phoenix    in* 90 7t    Seattle Review Unit Head Lashes Reappraisa Watha. Julia Berry, Alburnett, and Ronald Hoover, Center Point. Sherry Clark, Cedar Rapids, and Michael Schwab, I    „;t,»    «ro...„,i    „    „ Ely, Jeannette Askelson, Us-    The    city    assessors    announce- bon, and David Hinman, Tiffin merit    of a    “drive-by”    revalua- S ll    Sh    of    cedar Rapids residential ta 74 .42 Washington 93 75 Ville. Extended Forecast - Fair Marrjages Dissolved Mamie L. and John A. Tourellott. Thelma and Raymond H. Reece. Barbara Ann and Larry Orlie Cox. Carol Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston Sunday and Tuesday, with chance of rain Monday. Highs in upper 60s Sunday and upper 70s Monday and Tuesday. Over night lows 40s Sunday and 50s Louise and Peter Michael Pash. Lloyd H. and Mary M. Kiefer. Monday and Tuesday. C. R. Weather High Thursday  ............78 Low overnight ........  54 property, drew fire Friday from the chairman of the Cedar Rapids board of review who questioned whether it was “consistent with accepted appraisal practice.” J. Thomas Hoegen, board of review chairman and president of Hedges’ Associates Inc., also called for deliberation on the choice of an appraisal firm and im Dorothy Mae and Frank Neal Adams. Godfrey A. and Mary Skalicky Hladky. Fires Noon Friday .................74    „J£d’ ^"frjwlof’at “me    *« critical of what he termed a 2 p.m. Friday ............... 78    Twelfth avenue SW.    ^    percent    tax increase Precipitation ........None    12:56 p.m. Thursday. Cigaret    posed by the legislature. Total for August ...........7.17    »°    burt    at N^.dge parti.  city Assessor Dale Piersall Normal for August .........^(wtrins afs 15 SU^nih avenue *nouaced earller thls week Normal through August ...23.16 sw Total for 1974    ........... 38 76:    Magistrate's    Court Barometer falling.........2993 Sp^|n(f _ Paula ^ Humidity at noon..........ut /q Chansky, 825 Seventeenth street Wind direction and velocity at SE; fined $45 and costs. Frank 2 p.m., S at 14 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 6:31; sun enue NE; Steven Young, 204 Obituaries h Central Committee. Everyone | The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., August 30, 1974 Welcome. — Adv. William L. Hagen    Saban    Haidin William L. Hagen, 71, of 4241 Saban Haidin, 56, of 1136 Fif-Gwendolyn drive NE, died teenth street SE, died Thursday Thursday in a Cedar Rapids in a Cedar Rapids hospital. He nursing home after a long was bom May 27, 1918, in Albiness. Born Sept. 7, 1902, at bania, and was married to Dju-Chippewa Falls, Wis., he lived iia Jams in Austria. in Cedar Rapids for 52 years. He was an employe of Wilson Mr. Hagen was a retired in- and Co. for 20 years and was a dustriai arts teacher. He opened i member of the Islamic center, the woodworking shop at Frank* Surviving in addition to his lin high school in 1924. He re- wife are two sons, Slatko Haidin tired in 1968. He was a member and Henry Haidin, both of of the Cedar Rapids Education Cedar Rapids; a brother, Uka, Assn. and the American Federal Cedar Rapids, and four grand-Teachers Assn.    children. Surviving are his wife, Ann, a Services: Saturday at 10:30 at Turner chapel east by Imam Abdul-Salam. Burial:    Muslim cemetery. Friands cay call at daughter, Mrs. Robert B. S c r o g g a, Hawarden; three brothers, Hal of Billings, Mont.; Carl of Green Bay, Wis., and Turner east irven of Chippewa Falls, Wis., and three grandchildren. Services; Saturday at Stewart funeral home by the Rev. Warren S. Webb of St. Paul’s United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Stewart’s from 4 to 9 p.m. Fri-| day and from 9 a m. to I p m Thumb. — Adv. Saturday. The family will be at I    * * * City Briefs Best Rental Rents The Best. Adv. * * * Sweet Com, Peck’s Gre^n * * * Oriental Poppies to plant now, orange, pink and white. Baum-hoefener Nursery, 4241 Johnson Ave. N.W. — Adv. * * * Money Missing — Harriet McGuire, 513 McKinley street SE, Thursday reported her billfold containing $16 taken in a breakin al her residence. The billfold minus the money was recovered later 4 *    * Damage Reported — James W. Livingston, foreman at the city landfill, 2200 block of A street SW, Thursday reported six vehicle lights and two vehicles were damaged by vandals. Damage was estimated at $300. 4 *    4 Clothes Taken — Bessie Aller, 1300 Oakland road NE, Thursday Rash of C.R. Motorcycle Mishaps: 3 in Hospital Three persons were hospital-two motorcycles on private ized after a rash of motorcycle property near the intersection of accidents Thursday.    Crandall    and    Brentwood drives The most seriously injured NE. Police said the other motorcycle was driven by Keith B. Colton, 16, of 366 Brentwood drive NE. Colton was uninjured. reported clothing valued at $500Palo. collided was John J. Yuva, 71, of 1065 G avenue NW, who Friday was in fair condition at University hospitals, Iowa City , with a skull fracture. Yuva was injured at 1:49 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of First avenue and    First    street    ___ S^; ..    ,    ,,    ...    ternational    migration, health, Police charged    Yuva    with    education    and the monitoring driving through a stop interne-    and    review    /f populi    tren(£ lion. Yuva was injured when    and    polios    by |hc v N the motorcycle he was riding    n    ,,    , J    61    Only    the    most    general    guide lines are set for desirable rates —Population— (Continued from Page I.) and a car driven by William G. the funeral home from 4 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. The casket will be closed at I p.m. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the Stroke club at St. Luke’s hospital. Now open under new management, Park Plaza Beauty Shop. 2701 Bever Ave. S.E. For appointments call 365-1571.—Adv. *    4    * Register now for Cedar Valley preschool, 3636 Cottage Grove in a suitcase taken from a storage area in the basement of her residence. * * * Theft Reported — Darlene Polton, 1400 Fourth street NW. Thursday reported $49 cash taken from a pocketbook in her livingroom. *    j *    of    population growth. Kevin W. Boyens, 17, route A number of Western nations one, Lisbon, was in good condi-:811^ overpopulated countries of lion at St. Luke’s hospital Fri- sia exPressed disappointment day with facial cuts, and inju- ^ a sense °f urgency had ries to his right leg and taken out of original shoulder.    or    aft plan with the elimination Boyens    was    injured    at    4:261°^ certain numerical population when the motorcycle he;®088. Coup xx a"\i* J I    Ave. SE. For information call Mrs. Olm Mio!    366-7462 or 365-1506 -Adv. Pearl Emily Knauer Kool, 76,    *    *    * wife of Olin Kool, a resident of ..    _.    ,, Cedar Rapids before moving to!    JSbamP°° J ’v 1 n8 J California 40 years ago. died r.00m M„95’ Sedroom f95 “J1'1 Wednesday in Sun City, Calif. Au«ust 31- startm8 September Born Jan. 23, 1898, in Cedar new prices. Diamond Carpet, 366-6226.—Adv. Rapids, she was married here May I, 1923. Mrs. Kool was a charter member of St. James Dr. Woodhouse’s charts may United Methodist church.    be claimed by patients by con- Surviving in addition to her lading public health depart- sets, 7:42. Year Ago Today — High, 87; low, 73; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Saturday that a “drive-by” evaluation would be conducted this fall in light of the big increases in the market prices of some homes. In a letter to Piersall, Hoegen Handley, 1010 Twentieth street, concurred that a reappraisal NW; Bruce Meyers, Robins;! might be necessary “to pre- nXl elude a blanket, and therefore $30 and costs. Ronald San- Wrather Hi-Lo|bom’ 2615 Thirty-third avenue ,o SE: Dannv Emig. route two. Bismarck  PtCldy 65-43 Marion; cach fined $25 and Chicago   , Shwrs 7 costs. Lloyd Lowthe. Anamosa: Cincinnati .......Shwrs 80-59, Faye Bencsh g,6 Nimh strcct Cleveland .......PtCldy    -9-59 gW; Joseph Fellt Lake city. Des Moines  F air    Donald Lowe, 1719 Miami drive P®1.1*011 'I........™    NE; Larry Elmore, 860 South Indianapolis Cloudy 79-56 Sixth streetj Marion; David Kansas City .... JPtCldy 75-54 Marsden, 932 Owen street Milwaukee ..... PtCldy 70-53    ^    fjnecj $20 and costs. Mpls.-St. Paul .. PtCldy 65-42' Fourteenth avenue SE; Randall i probably inequitable, tax in- Stodola, 124 Tenth street SW;,crease from the state.” Dennis Suchan, 1532 C avenue However, the chairman of the NE; William Burgess, 3211 jjoar(j 0f review declared, “I do Twenty-ninth avenue SE; fined not concur that the ‘drive-by’ type proposed is consistent with acetated appraisal practice nor is the correct approach when one considers the number of parcels and persons who will be affected by this action He told Piersall if an appraisal is to be done, it should be more comprehensive and thorough and “our choice of an ap- -    _    _    Traffic    signal    violation    — StmLj>ul*........PtCldy 80-571 ^p n n e t h Doghterman 1102 praisa, firm shouid be thorough ly. Louis ........ Rte ay bo-a- First street SW; Robert Sing- a*» Sioux Falls PtCldy 67-40 sank 2o50 Glass road NE; Gary '-v deliberated. Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) (flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.1 rise 2 Lansing (18) 8.3 rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 12.0 fall .1 McGregor (18) 6 5 fall .1 Guttenberg (15) 3.8 fall .2 Dubuque (17) 7.4 ne Davenport (15) 4.0 fall .1 Keokuk (16) 2.0 fall LO Fletcher, Iowa City; each fined     •--- 515 and costs.    I - « a I# I m « ll.A One-way tfreet violation -    T63    KS    IIS    WG* James Gardner, 2033 Sherwood drive NE; fined $15 and costs. Faulty equipment — Kenneth Dochterman, 1102 First street SW; Nancy Hepker. 1429 { Sixth avenue SE; Gary Goodwater, 188 Fourteenth avenue! SE: each fined $10 and costs Driver’s license violation John Camizzi, 2515 street SW; fined $20 and costs Right-of-way violation — Donald Beck, 2032 Northgate drive NE; fined $20 and costs. low* Deaths Tipton — Douglas Thompson, 66. Graveside services Saturday at 10:30. Tipton Masonic cem- Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.65, fall .03. Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ..... 690.14 1 Births — St. Luke's Aug. 29 — To the families of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sacora, 1024 Ninth street NW, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Grant, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, a son; Mrs. Stelal Grulkey. 818 Tenth street SW, a daughter; Mrs. Rita Zerhe, Mechanicsville, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. David Gordon. 405 Robins road. Hiawatha, a daughter; Mr. and where friends may call after I Mrs. David McCurry. 1536 Friday. Twenty-fifth street SE, a Ladora — Janis Mae Rath-daughter.    jen, 4. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n- 1Larry Rathjen. Sunday at 2    at Births    Mercy    Trinity United Church    of Aug. 29 — Mr. and    Mrs. John Christ. McAnimch’s, Victor Staub, 1921 Western drive SW, Manchester — Herbert Hart-a son; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth man, 51. Saturday at IO, First Jewelry Valued Ut over 85^600 Police are investigating two residence breakins on the south-Indiana east side which netted jewelry valued at more than $5,000. Mrs. Frank Pfaff, 3806 Indian Dale circle SE, Thursday reported jewelry valued at more than $5,190 taken in a breakin at her residence. The breakin happened be-and 2:30 p.m. etery. Visitation after 3 p.m. twe€n 9 a m Friday at Dye s.    Tl„ Postville — Ralinda Lam- lnursadv. mert, 68. Saturday    at    IO    at    St.    A    breakin between 7:30    a m. Paul’s Lutheran    church,    and    5:30    p.m. Thursday at the Schutte’s.    Ron    E.    Olson residence,    3830 Archie Durey, Manchester 81. Saturday at 1:30 at Shelly’s Bever avenue SE, netted jewelry valued at $805. Police have not ruled out the possibility that the breakins are related. husband are two sisters, Mary Hunt, Dubuque; Josephine Mullin, Lake Worth, Fla., and a brother, Charles D. Knauc-r, Carlsbad, Calif. Services: Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Turner chapel west by the Rev. Stephen Root. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west from I p.m. Monday until I p.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Memorial Services Saperstien, Hazel B.—Graveside services were Friday at ll at Dunkard cemetery by the Rev. Neville Clayton. Beatty-Beurle handled arrangements. McKinley, Read Davis — Graveside services were Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Cedar Memorial cemetery by Dr. John P. Woods. Turner east handled arrangements. Bys. Jerry — Services were Friday at 10:30 a.m. at Turner chapel east by the Rev. Lawrence Chamberlain. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Brisbin, Elizabeth Sophia — Saturday at 1:30 at First Lutheran church by the Rev. George W. Carlson. Burial: Campbell cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Friday and at the church from IO a.m. until 1:25 p.m. Saturday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Machacek, Wencil — Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. Robert W. Cizek. Burial: Czech National. Stourac, Frank W. — Saturday at 3 p.m. in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. George B. McDill of Hus Memo rial United Presbyterian church and Crescent lodge, AF and AM. Burial: Czech National. In addition to those previously listed, Mr. Stourac was a member of Sixteenth Avenue Commercial club, Jan Hus IOOF lodge and Linn County Fish and Game club. All Master ment, 751 Center Point Rd. NE. -Adv. * * * Drs. Ervin, Katzoff, Martin, and Willer are pleased to announce their foundation of general dental group. Joint facilities will be located at 1030 5th Ave. S E., Suite 3500 (3rd floor). Beginning Sept. I, 1974. — Adv. ### Antiquers and artists: Cedar Rapids Paint has a special parking lot sale; 300 quality picture frames on sale I to 4 p.m. Values $25, from 97c to $2.91. This Saturday, August 31, directly behind Cedar Rapids Paint. In ease of rain, day to be decided later. — Adv. ### Lebanese Bake Sale, bread and delicious pastries, City Market, Saturday morning, August 31st. — Adv. 4    4    4 City Bus Route, due to closing of 42nd St NE. City Bus Service will not be available to service Northwood Knolls area, September 3 thru September 7. — Adv. 4    4    4 Pay $3-$5 for $1.00 face in silver coins. Lawrence, Anamosa, la., 462-2635. - Adv. 4    4    4 Games — Saturday, Sunday. Montrose — Doors 6:30 — Adv. 4    4    4 Sweetheart Roses, $2.49 a dozen, cash carry. Four Seasons Florists, 3028 Mt. Vernon Rd. — Adv. *44 Games: Big Labor Day — Marathon Monday Sept. 2nd. —I Montrose Hotel — 2 Sessions: Afternoon 12:30 till 4; night 6:30: till 10:00. Specials, Regular e Struck By Car, Both In Hospital A husband and wife were admitted to St. Luke’s hospital Friday after they were struck by a car in the crosswalk at First avenue and Fifteenth street E. No condition report was available from the hospital on Carle Davis and his wife, Norma, both 54, Wichita, Kan. p.m. was riding and a car driven by Barbara Ann Campbell, 23, of . 1701 Eighth street NW, collided. The accident happened at the I intersection of Sixteenth avenue and Sixth street SW. Police charged Mrs. Campbell with making an improper left turn . 4    4    4 One of the key draft provisions removed was the establishment of 1985 as a target date by which family planning means and information be made available to couples who desired it on a global basis. and But many Third World aA .Socialist countries, who en- ""J "l, Su llv*n'    'V    «ineered ™st °f ,he Ganges to 2617 Willow siree SW    Friday L* orjginal document sa*d thc Walton question had finally rxcm o °    "    ,,r”    been put into the proper context of general development. “The specter of population ex- The two were hurt at 8:25 Police said Sullivan’s motor- p°S!°n    laid    to    rest in a.m.    Friday    when    they were    hit    cycle hit a properly    parked    “ucharest,’ one Third World by    a    car    driven    by    Lesley    pickup truck in the 1200 block    de,e8ate said in an interview. Freerksen, 21, of 1557 B avenue of Second street SE.    Several    observers    and    dele- NE.    444    gates at the conference said the Police charged Freerksen A fourth motorcyclist, Daniel Vatican’s rejection of the plan hospital with a left knee injury suffered at 5 p.m. Thursday when the motorcycle he was riding struck a parked vehicle. with failure to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian. Davis reportedly suffered a left knee injury and his wife a hip injury. B. Travis, 18, of 760 Forty-third would have little effect on the street NE, was treated at St. Luke’s hospital for a possible broken leg and released use of family planning measures on a worldwide basis. “The Vatican is becoming Travis was injured at 7:48 more and more irrelevant,” one U.S. population expert said. “There is no way you can reverse this progress in the use of contraceptives and other means. More and more Catholics are using them ... the Vati- p.m. Thursday in a collision of Hal Walter to Top National JC Post P°l'ce Appea A Cedar Rapids man has been !s Taken Before f,, <?‘tCU,iVe Vir Iowa Hiah Court can church does not speak for president of U.S. Jaycees - the iowa man '-Ourt CathoIics and ^ top staff position at the organi- I ne question of the legality of ops»» zation’s Tulsa, Okla. head- * Einn grand jury that indicted    __________________ quarters.    six    present or former members Hal Walter, who for several of the Cedar Rapids police deyears was associate superin- partment was brought before tendent for development at the state supreme court Friday Kirkwood Community college for the second time in two and recently an employe of months. MorAmerica Corp., will assume A lawyer representing one of the Jaycee post Sept. 16.    the    officers met with Chief Walter, who is already work- Justice C. Edwin Moore Friday ing with the national Jaycee Afternoon to request a writ of staff, said the 350.000-member certiorari, a petition asking the organization has an annual bud-(higher court to review the case, get of $4.2 million.    A    similar writ was issued in Walter, 34. will be in charge July, but the court refused to of a 90-member staff in Tulsa. rule on the case, saying the de-- fendants should first secure a! Man Burned by ‘Live’ ,from, d!s1(rhicl C0T-0,r •MM- > a. . MM, I fclaim that the grand jury Wire at Nuclear Plant was illegally impaneled Steven Hull, 31, of 3630 Harold! A motion was then filed in dis-court SE, Friday was in fair trict court to set aside the incondition at St. Luke’s hospital idictments, and the motion wasj with bums suffered Wednesday overruled by Judge William) in an accident at the Duane Ar* Eads Aug. 20. nold Energy Center.    The    defendants    claim    several Hutl, an employe of Bechtel irregularities exiled in the for-Corp., a contractor at the power mation of the jury, including the plant, suffered burns to his left fact that two grand juries were arm. stomach and right hand in existence at the same time, when he touched a wire charged with members of each drawn with electricity.    from the same panel. --Chief    Justice    Moore set next Restaurant Entered Friday at IO a m. for a hearing 20 YEARS AGO - Sen. Joseph McCarthy said that he would call no defense witnesses in the senate investigation of his conduct. Leading Funeral Directors Recommend WILBERT Brand Name Burial Vaults. In making recommendations to a client, a funeral director, like any other professional member of the community, places his reputation on the line. It is no wonder, then, that more funeral directors throughout the country offer and recommend the WILBERT line of quality burial vaults to assure their clients enduring protection and superior quality. Masons are to meet at 2:45    Rird„    iw.r    pri7P. prn p.m. at Janeba-Kuba funeral Samcs- Hiras, Door I ruts. Fro home. Ferguson, 1734 Richmond road NE, a son. Adoption At Iowa City — Mr. and Mrs. Richard VV. Bristol, a .son Aug. 28. Bristol is the son of Mrs. Richard F. Bristol, 2020 Ninth avenue, Marion. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Saku- Lutheran church. Burial: Lu theran cemetery, Ryan. Boh-nenkamo’s. ML Vernon Marie West Barry, 89, Saturday at 3, Morgan’s. Casket will be closed prior to the service, Alburnett—Mary S. Batchel-:der, Sunday at 1:30, Chapel of Memories, Cedar Rapids. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Shm't Spatial! Lmt h«r Know with Flown PIERSON’S’ shop 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW’ Flowerphone .16H-I826 lin. ;>.)48 Gordon ,ivenu* NW, a ^ memorial fund bas been «s-daughter Aug. 28.    J    tablished. Marriage Licenses Patricia Landt and Maynard Miller, Laura Schniit and Bradley McCullough, Linda Hul-shizer and Jerry Ealy, Janet Kaltenbach and Russell Keeney, all of Cedar Rapids. Mary Ann Flanagan, Des Moines, and William Kinney, Cedar Rapids Deborah Kelley and Michael Whitson, both of Marion. Sandra Sorensen, Cedar Rapids, and Lloyd Toff, Dorchester, Debbie Richards, Cedar Rapids, and George McKay, Richmond, Ind. Deborah Johnston, Springville, and Randall Law, Hia- tHu CfHnr Unpick (fkt)fHf ’ established in 1*13 bv The Goiette Co. and published dally and Sunday a1 SOO Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa S2406 Second clots postage paid at Cedar Rapids, iowa Subsc Option rotes bv carrier VS t ents a week Bv mail: Night Edition and Sunday A Issues S3.TS a month. SJV OO a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday J Issues S3 IS o month, $40 OO a year Other states and U S territories SOO OO a year No Moll Subscriptions accepted in areas having Garotte currier service. The Associated Pr«ss Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the loco1 news printed In this newspaper as well os all AP news dispatches. Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from . . . _ A    Flower 4 Seasons shop 3028 Mf Vernon Rd 363-5885 Mi KS Ii . . non nits . Or a rn pi llvllrrry PKI Ii** PTH now iii sum* SOM ( enter Pl. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John B.TUrncr&Son Turner s East, 800 Second Ave SE Turner's West, 12?1 First Ave. West Food, cigarets and cash total- on the application for the writ of ing $500 were reported missing certiorari and stayed all further jceeds to Linn County Democrat- Thursday from the M & J res- proceedings in the case until taurant, 1128 Eighth street SE, such a time a three-judge panel after the owner discovered a has had a chance to make a breakin,    ruling. BROSH CHAPEL "Devoted to Public Sen'icr ” Inquire About Our Pre-arranged Services Cedar Rapids    Solon . . the mot! rtipected nome in burial vaulit. . flowers for all occasions JOHN E. LARES ^    3654511 let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 V: phone answered 24 hours every day V mtutii ti***1 ROLAND WILBERT VAULT CO., INC. Sund fur Ftey Booklet “f.it tx Evert    Should    Know’* (Positively oo Hie* contact will tv made) 1210 Blairs Ferry Road Marion, Iowa 52302 3 CALLS IN I HOUR FOR REFRIGERATOR. . . SOLD! IS' PROSTFREI Copperton* refrigerator, * vear* old 365-1744 “Cancelled the want ad at 4:50 PM the same day it started! Always have good results,” said Mrs. Everett Hite. DIAL 398-8234 8 to 5 Monday Thru Friday-’TII Noon Saturday OUR CHURCH IS SOLD JOIN US FOR WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY SEI 7.1, at 9:45 at the BOWMAN WOODS SCHOOL 151 BOWMAN ROAD N.E. We “outgrew" our old building We are now holding all our church activities in Bowman Woods School until our new larger facilities are built at 3000 42nd Street Nfc. Com# and be a part of a fast growing church. OAKLAND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Pastor C. M. Howe, 377-7846 ;