The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa on April 10, 1958 · 32
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MoeHeO, manager, Oder Rapid, (ini', iuj MrnheuU National Itank Bldg were ntotil lia lha fttimala In r U.a wink Mel tor Ik tl (Muted t Iwgln Woik In May, City Briefs I titrag IJyretorh CHICAGO (IT) llngi 7 JnO Ululrr 230 lt tlieOy to 21 rent lnt tori 2J0 Hu nif.kllv 21i luv n , No 2 3, IWi) 2)0 Hu 20 lu '2100, iiMwt lutk at 12100, nv-ii I loir No 1-2, 11-2.1 lilt -l 00 o 21 2,1, 28 toad lot No I 210 ll. 21 1, No 2-3, 210-2Mu itn 20 (Mi i 20 10 t A YTl t - l(i i riM 1,500, i aK n 2'HJ, tlreri tlradt lo timing, liril-M (((, V rater k $1(K) InHrf l'id id Hoard i linn a and uinr Mi-rft 134 0(1, (hull r 9tt-ei 200 i ' 70 00 imti'il good and i liulcr 'I rt 2f 21 .1 2 i 2.1, klanrtsrd and 6ai hr a a Reef and Jink mm-plrla dinner Hot italunlav fioin I pm t NA tlnli tiMiink 1101 lid St MC. t 4(1 Ctdldirn lit -Ada a Around lha 14 arid fU,eiflrt Want Adi f ilia Hi limit id mil-liima. In Oder lta0da II a The (, rdar Rapid, (iatrtte fur Iraultk Dial ).M 2-1121 amt tU ail Ukrr--Adv, k t a In IlmpHal Arthur MO tmlkfMi 1320 1, avc NK, la a pa Hen I in dir Vrlrlallk tinsjiilal III lu Clly. Vltllnli ale mnlllrd Key Tunisian Issue Stumps Envoy Team anon n 0W3 "f. iri T)jto iini orri kiaun, rwn,. 1-g J Now an Amrilian bid1! low ((lied rnr The I Mil ay hy C'hrv-rolrl lisas 00. !(aii1k I lievtulcl C o aiiv. ( otnmendrry AimiIIo Curn-drry Hill hold a jilinlr to Friday 1 9 30 pin in the inlr temptr, ladtre tnvllrd, wed by ktutril rnnilava al V 30 and the Ornfrr nf Malta. t 1 22 lo 00, ft? 4Hh mid, 1 ficur In ifri $24 Mt n Ml jtiKKlj iiitil t him r riltr $3 1 (o 3(1 (Ml I It t ijrtt I (MM) Rlmifch-( I lnihtii fully Mtativ to Mrtthg ' Stocks Rally, Turn Uneven Nf W YOltK (Af) M i t i it k .1 iiiikk ihmi'r 118 lb wiMilrd and lolls linpiovrd lule Tliuisdo) sl.iualiiii loriiln 23 00 dii k ni'i'tlv i bun lit di i k s $.'J :u lilt 21 00. 3 11 tbr slink maikrt pullml nil 114 lbs No I n It lomlii Ilf a tllgbl drillin' nd slmvvid1 .hi lingular pattrin Tuition i Intainr liioie lurls. follur, 11 vui i sliiiiolrd at 2 million Iowa Hart I fS MOIMJI ( INS) Receipt1 Tl'iimduv (rsl ) 40 00(1 siifk ngi 4 4 000, sr.ir ten 30 000 ailiiuU rutnniiW ay in,n I dunl and ft i,, t A - ...... t. , f'dH4Ji M MettlitliU fu 1IU Ml.) J i (MM) Jiiitfirr slnU Mii.d i a W )( JumUk iiiM. Sr mIv 2t f Mi higher, in-'.iiu i .So n I up lUilt hi tk over If) rura!I 'houtng morr ini'otirn ioj u loj ol Ik i i' Mri),in Hiuti ligbtii mights Toi tluuu.,11 2! 40 1 1 1 1 ms ,ind gild U S No 1-3 1R0-2U0 in 10 31 21 21, 200-220 In $20.11. i21 40 220-240 lb $20 01 I 21 40 240-270 III 10 fid 21 Id. 27 (l 300 lb 10 15 u 20 5U Nnuv 270-300 Hi 10 10 n 20 15 3U0-310 II, $18 81 10 00, 3JU-360 lb 18 (1(1110 (11. 300-400 lb 18 31 .i 10 40 400-410 lb 18 00 ij 19 00, 4 iO-.iMi II, 17 10 1( 18 65. no SMI 1 1) MUM a imam HMm in Ki.riptiiyn io Ufr nd hiln )( aiKitit UtU (ot kirady to n, rthr fta. uitthRitird (htitsa round 1 23A li uri 127 so viumI lo U r ttoir e 126 on 7) J6 tluiltt tirije-r IJ7JS piod B n rl 14 SO J7 IK uliiitt n,l ,m mfrn ,0 1 7 2i$ It) So irtina 126 0oi 1 00 74 ?ft f Hi ftftUAI Ut01AlUM$ AtUnlrfti IS lull hrv A irafikur (vt9 ' jiUJ NUfcr) Ainfd t l.rin 7'. )n T A t A I toil Mtutr 43' J,,tJ Ppr A it ( I tlmm 3i 1 1 o 1 1) mi A A A A Aid a il K ) ' K Alt, 1, I mtlllH S', . Kl, tu n o M'fl hri , i ! Mi Nklll Ail n 1 ... I Uti jr Am tt 1 JJSi.g & mmu 42S 40 rt .0 31 ,i 33 Slid OUTPUT SACS . Indutlry hot wtnl 1st quarter time praWartd War N daya. 'tfadOwfawt I HI M H 4ft ftow HH 6 PWfT MMftVM CM) ACM TtAft MaAMThklMM (UtftbN t. n An t. I Jr fl 9 f . at tu n ( 4S johna Uarnit! i f w.n(t U f it. u roi pot .4jtmM uuaiiin 3s walnS oTaQOa DV in PfdinU s. KumttuU ( upr -r mu H.ij m f k t r l Corn, boybeans 7H. ft J A Auk. At 11)4 I ink Hen Mnrioanto Airmiur A, Co l1! Uhl 1AHP II AI IfttiUf Kftlln Id a k 1 1 MI I pid H S4 30- 43' 12 4 4 T f HI 40 IIOf.K ATFMlOtl tjsh J i ml a hiftfr Inn r,l on M ter Iftft 170 Iti t , 1 () ,t. i 4 7, (PM I'm it. a i to 't o 2) Il ( n 7S iki .-30 it. I.) oft ;2ft 3 u !t J 0 fts J ID 240 Id 1.0 70 : 0 2,0 s a SO .'0 Dr 111 40 'JMI 30 Iti ( IS ? in It, J20 10 v0 70 111 tl 0 20 7 no It. lift 60 uft 50 lit li i in 1 )Mp hm.1i Jir i Hlrl hlaw Km i h XUH Al'U hnelfl ( VSkttier 4 1 M-r(tn Ci L Ohio 21' , 0 ( hP 44 a Mer j7 Mpl Molttit JSk Mmt ftid 70 a Motorola I1 Munir Core 2i t Ni' HlMuit 2 0 joo t, 1176 too 330 Ih lift SO 7)0 50 h 1 IP 2 30 4Mft lit llttoo 400 40 Ih tlPSO 4j0 SOO lo I1I3S JoO $ 0 b 1 1 " 7S IOI X c 127 I nrTO( K fionx (irv a p i i hda catti r -Keffipii 2 Sfto klauihlrr utrer and hetfera unriptt niol kleer utkadv (o ek on akiona! klry 2S so rertk or hetrr kte(t o weak to onlr nuxl Pftly iilit traity lo ink mfh fteAkn8k on uUlfl and commercial bull rtive klroni to SO rrni Ittaher itallered aaleg Morkrr and feeder ateadi raf (er rotimnmenl ihoxr ateei ?6 0o 7 00 Aome high oid and loa rholre ufillfv and roimnerc laf roag ll7S04i2ftOo (niter lo commercial 116 60 onie rmd and lo i hole n and eeder 134 00 d 77 00 Ul 72 ' 27 ' 17 74 37' 21 ' 4 S ' M 41 n CHICAGO (AP) Soybeans flrmund Thurirluv wat linkrd to report of export and pro.sMc-tlve export business along with word thut cash offerings had rii-ininlishfd Cash nlferlngs of corn were also reported light against good demand Wheat closed higher to New apartments. 2 new hornet r tale kjtklne dlatrlt I lltillding lol Inipnir Ituth Thotfipmn hM 5-21JO- M 3-7674 Ads. Yeulh Itonre Ihr Columbian club will tM,ntf,r anothrr youth flame krldav from 8 to 11 pm in thr KC (lubriMunt FuriUe Masward welcome pa-iron and filemi at Hits' Heuutv Shop, 220 Outer Point road s e-ningi by appointment EM 3-4142 Adv, By lrr ItarUak, PARIS (AP) Ewklgrt Mintklm PlnraU teld TbumUy ttiat tile tlillitb-Ameili an good offliet Iran, hal fallrtl tu ireootllr fiemh and 1 unnUll view) on tonlittf of lha TunJtlan-AIgrtUn for an border 1 hi It the mot ktuhlwrn tur tolwern E r tint and I unit la Inability to kettle It would probklily mean failure nf the mediation el-forte whlih US Under w trlary of hlatr Hutort Murjiliy arid ltilt-Ih Diplomat Hart. Ill Iteelry uri-dertiMik 1 week i ago Tire team I ex per ted t n-nrnmee aoon U'at It ht laen un-i able to grt the 2 totllilllek together for direct talk Eranre ml Tunltia then might prrea coin-plulnt againtt eat h oilier before Hie UN, Nuilty Cmitull Plneau gate the foreign affair eomniilte of the trench national assembly a luminary of the negotiation I lie laid the flrt phae of thr good of fire mission haa torn completed He added that Murphy and Ileeley have not yrltaUl they were giving up Plneau rultd out any giMwi cf-fue mission bv UN Secretary General llammarskjold If M urphy and lUrlrs do give up Iriinrr t laim irtoli fiyttitlng E r nr h rule In Algeila use nrlgh-Uirltig TunlMa, a foimei Eiriith protretnrate, a a base Erant e In-Msl on Rites Friday for Mary Jane Gott Catholic laymen The Catholic larvmrn will meet In the Shera-trm-Montrosa hotel kridav nunn Jiime Marvin of the public library will M-ak. Dairy Queen 19r Milt Sale on April 10, tl, and 12 at all stores 220 3rd St SW 501 Iflth SI NE. 3304 1st Asr NE, 2100 7lh Aye, Marlon Adv. Mary Jan Ootl, g7, fotmerly f 6U Ninth v , widow of David Uolt, rllad In k Cedar Itapld hoa-plla Wadliearlay at II JO kill Iwan In iJtm couniv Hw. 17, fO, Ih daughter of fltd-rl and till KalUtokf k Ptrfler, ear y set Her III lh founty, Mr Oott bad sjnt her entire life In Ihl (tnm ly. hht mait led al Markon Apr'l II, DM I Hlia wa a mem tor of the Writ ktarhm Caalilrli i luti burvIviH ere niece, Mr C ( It u ih I Kennedy of Cedar Rapid end a nephew, Elton llemington of Merlon The nivre and nrptow were leated hy Mr and Mr Gott, Mr, Gott died Jan 14, 1957 Service Erlday at 130 pm at the Murdmh chaiiel. Morion, bv the HeV Charlea Moor Uur-lal In Cedar Memorial cemetery Erlrndt may call at U,e cbaicl. Permit! luued for Six New Houses Mor Traffic Violafion Fines Are listed I'rrmttg fm I new dwelllof rein Issued thl week by tlly Clerk M L Teylnf, Howard Mu, bell got s of the periods Itr will build dwellings coding 9, 300 earh el SUt am) 33U llllllop road am) 1143, 1130 end 1140 Dmgviewr drive Itotort C.sbic will erect a dwelling at 2990 Elf- ben E. Deskner, 411 Ttmth tl, treoth eve, el kn eatinietr'd (wt Marnm, who ha been ill of uf SldtoJCJ Dr, Jamrt W pule 'pneumonia, I rvuW ton Valcse lug was given g rrmlt to erert an'at hi home folluwing trealttkcril and f.laert AUelk, Henna Msly and Eat Moyer ai kervlrtg a tluien dire. tor. a e l.arga nibh, 1040 SSlh L A EM I JlJtlj Atto. a e Mr. and Mr L, M, f'heljw ie tinned It.ursday from Ollomw wtot they were guesta of Mr, pbelp' t,flt,r-ln-law and lie ter, Mr. kitd Mu. Ivereon A. humineta, a a Take advaiiiagg now! Sirring True Vkloa Hale renllmm through Saturday; Hurd Hardware Adv a rigid bord.r pauol ndfmrtJ I)onln c other measure to hall Algerun retwl artivltie In Tunisia Tunlsinn Pri'iitenl Hotuguib hu rejected 7'ratue'i plan Second Annual Health Show Set For April 26-27 Second annual Cedar Rapid' Ca'ri of traffic violation heard Ihla week In the court of M II Htrbtli k, llu lulled Iieltv M Itlnd, Mobile Amaria, Kit hard A. Miller, Maquoketa Itaymond C (iltoon, Marahulltuwn, Erank Vnlmaka, Oxforil Jumlion, passing In prohibited rone, all but Hetty Rind were fined SI 5, Mis Rmd wa Olson, Iowa City, driving without valid registration plate displayed fitted S3, lewlr Montgomery, Central City, (ailing (o have car under mntrul, fined S13; Terry L, Hlofirld, Cog grin, foiling lo stop for a hool bus. fined I5, Rotor) 1. Kaloii, Cedar Rapid' no rhuuffeura li-renM-, fined $1 and Wluton D Goodiove, Central City, failing lo vlop for stop sign at intrurr lion, fined 1 Traffic violation heard this lalillllon lo milk (It u casing plant on Ihirty-fiflh tlrerl, tli bulld-llig In cost 14 Otxl Other (aftmil were Issued to Do Price, 75 Tw Ifth si . n-iliwe ( h, 7U0, Wairen Ttiomp-14k, 291 Ninth ave addition to rtwrllmg 5iHi, John M Tavlor, J9U I igbth ave , rrrtMiflng 240, Twelfth htrrel jrrrl and Itrpair, 2U8 Twelfth 1 addition to warehouse, 700, Hubei t MrCue, 998 Eleventh st , remodel Interior, 1,000, J U Poto. 998 Twelfth t , rrrtMiflng dwelling. 280, D II Stiilih 2415 T well in ave, re-I uilts 110, and Howard Hanford, 1079 Thirteenth 1, dormer window, 130. In ledsr Rapid hospital. Used reconditioned TV a. Mato ton TV. Adv. s Mr Roy Allrntorg, 961 Elfth ave, it k patient at hi. Luke tioapital. Heekrnd kpcelsU! Clnve. 19c; Navy lr)el T shills, 3 for ft 1 00, charnbiay srdMi, 119. Jtwlli'g ( loUllllg - Adv. lower, May $2 19-19l, corn I2S higher May $1 25, oats a- IJ ' ' higher, May 867 lye 3-lJ4 lower, Mav $131-314, soybeans i-l hlghrr. May 2 31-314, lord 5 to 15 town, May $12 80. sv C.R. Markets Trices on the Cedar Rapids hog maiket were 15 to 25 cents higher Thursday. The quotations represent plant delivered prices for good No. 2 butchers and sows. Meaty No 1, high-yielding butchers and sows will be pi lied up to 50c oer these quotations. No 3 overfats as much as 50c below these quotations. i, r'co ( rrlkihlrd ( hklti r fhRh A Ohio ( hgo ( orp Iik o A S W ( hrvh orp ( It 1n Bkrv ( Of k (Oik ( iiltim ( rlOD C elk P ohkt (otO KuH Col ()-$ f); Coinl ( rn toml HolYrikift (imi Fdlhoii onk Mill (on Ftllkon Conti Ha It C out I ( AH fond Motor Con Oil IV! Corn PrfKJuctft ( runf Co C i nc Htrfl Curl) tu Kr . Ikfre A Co 31 71 J' I rt D) 6 Pfiilrk A Kind Ji Pritfik H K n penury J C 68 194 Prpkl Colft 25 iJ Phiico 17 " ihiUtpii Prl n 6 p plktr D8 4 ,tls),ftl) Hi .V, prw Irr Gkkinol 60 .n. J Purr OH 3J Quaker Oftlft 40 HI(kGOCAHH rHO4OHk CHICAGO AP No ttirii or oybrnk rnrn No 2 yrllow 11 10i No 3 yrilow II 2 -2ft' No 4 yellow II kU No 1 tarivy white 7Nc No 1 while 74t No 3 wlntft ftftrunle rde u title 70r No 3 rtr hrtvy ftlilie M, 70' I TN r hoTbfftn oil 10 ftojDrBW nirtl and 27 m Memmlal coliseum, the Junior Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday Hours on the first dav, a Saturday, will to 1 pm to 9 pm Hout on the closing day will to I pm. In 6 pm, Purpose of the fair the Jav-llosplUllird Joseph Pracharlcce announced, is to infmm the of route 2 is a patient in St public of the services available Luke' hospital for nbserv atlon llhrough the participating agen-and treatment. Visitors are per- C1P! Health fair will to held April 28 m court rf Miles Adams, Marion polite Judge, In- We gervire all make of rrfrig-eialor, washer, dr4-r, range Kir-condltlonrr and rmninerclal b.ixr Reasonable DH 7-3141 ) toling't TV and Apphame torvli Center Adv. Ox rln lodge No IS lOOr will nice) Thutsday (tonight) at I p m at the hall .Second drgrr work will to done Dairy Queen 19. Mail Sal on A (4 ll 10, II, and 12 Adv. Mr and Mt Robert McCu have purrhased thr C R Oxley resklrnie at 998 Eleventh t. Enlertala 8penar Member of the Ko-Ya-Hl Camp Hrej group entertaimd their Minmr, mrmler of Rotort Mitchell W H C. No 126, Wednesday re-nlng with a program In Memorial hall. "A M usual Trip Around the World" w given with dunce and music of different countries Mr Harry Udcrn t guaidlan of the group. Armed Forces Trade In your old water softener on a fuDv automatic, Horn bcrvtsof), DRake 7-34H9 Adv. L Akerly and Russell E. Wright Marlon, charged with driving without operator's license, earh find $10; Richard E Necor, Cedar Rapids, Rotort S Ileverstien, Ro hosier, Minn, and Joseph L Soer, Olln la , each charged with speeding, Nccor and Hcvcr- 'tlen were each fuied $15 and milted Many health agencies will have display I tooths in the coliseum or Capping Four Cedar Rapids ow movies. The Linn County freshman nursing students at St (Tuberculosis Association will Ambrose college diwsnm of nurs- have a mobile X-ray unit outside ing milt receive their caps Sun- seum to give free chest day. They are Judy Louk, Theiese X-rajs. Meis, Sharon Moes and Kathleen Tranmcr. Office rooms now available In the American Tldg Very desirable and reasonable rental. Dial EM 445 193 Adv. inn oom Hi m Hurlrv Mulling . 1 JO irrd fttt M 10 Rabbi To Speak Rabbi Morris Hershman of Temple Judah none uao in Cedar Rapids will rcpiesent .. . , .. 1 Societvl7U Pm the opening dav of the Vifair. Judging w A new feature during this year Health fair will be crowning a "health queen to be rhosen from among randt-dates entered by Marlon high achool and Washington, Jefferson. Immaculate Conception and St. Wenceslaus high schools in Cedar Rapids. Ruth Hunn entertained IJnns Restrictions on Vet Enlistments Have Been Lifted Restriction on enlistment of veterans have been lifted again, Ir forte recruiter in Cedar Rapid reported Thursday. The restrictions, anno 11 n e e d only rerently, had virtually eliminated enlistment of veterans of ilurle Janus W Murray, Donald (5,-1 4 (Jub Tuesday evening nv brani h of the service whoso Super forfeited $20 bond, Calvin Ohlhauser, Marlon, charged with driving on sidewalk, fined $3 and Ray A. Wright, Marion, permitting unauthorized person to drive, fined $10. Ruy the Diamond Brand work shoe at Rcnfers Shoe Stole Adv. 17 2! um Ji Ir. Hidio Corp 12 Hcvl on :S, HiHrrjf Rand Hepb HtN-l Urn 14 f Hot k(l) Bp 1. f )ooft I a s Air )nt Chfiii HhfH Oil Co. u , 6 Hlininonft Co. -- 1 Bmclftir Oil Bulrhr. 60-1Q0 hft. 118 2547 19 75 Bulrher. Joo 2(0 )!ia. . Jo 2V i 20.7S Butfhfr. 200 220 ) :os0'n21 00 Biil( hTA, 220 2)0 lha 20 3V'i20a Butt hfEA. 2J0 240 h. Butcher. 24O-2V0 Hh But hera 20 260 lb Bull her 2M) 270 jtn Butt hrra, 270 280 lha Butt hern. 280 Jdo iba Butt her 290-100 lha !) kera. 270 100 lt PftckrrA. 300-310 lha Pt kera, 1 10 3ft0 lb. Pinker 180 400 lha Pn kera 400 4-0 lha Pftc kera, 4S0 500 lha . ... Backera ftOO 550 lha Pm kera, 650 600 lha CATTLE MARKET Prime ateera . Prime hellers Choir ateera Chohe heifer flood ateera flood helfera Standard steers Standard heifers Utility yearlings all weiihts Alandard foaa Commercial cowi . 20 20'.r 20 70 20 0V n JO SV IQ 90 i 20 40 19 7Si 20 2 1 9 60 u 20 10 19 AN, 19 9S 19 iSu, 9 7S 19 2Si 19 75 19 00 D 19 SO 18 75fi 19 LS 18 MHi 19 00 18 25'i 18 7S 17 76i 18 25 17 25d 17 7S 16 75ti 17 25 Utility cowa Cutt. Her cowa Canner cowa Bologna bulls 1 000 UP Beef bulls Inf 129 00734 00 26 Mto, 10 00 25 OOfri 28 00 21 50'u 26 50 21 604i 2i 50 21 004f 23 So 19 00f.f 22 00 17 50 u 20 SO 14 00 h g 00 19 00i 20 00 17 50& 19 00 16 ooi?rn so 14 S0r 16 00 11 OO'ff 14 00 19 OtH'f 21 00 nferlor ilrhtaelsht bulla fAIF MARKET. Prime 160-200 lbs Choice, ! SO 200 lbs. . flood. ISO-200 lha Hood 130-150 lbs Medium. 1 50-200 lb Medium 120-145 Iba Medium 90-115 lha , . . Common all weights PIIIEP MARKET. Choice and prims wool lambs 80-106 lbs 121 6023 50 Oood wool lambs 5020 so Medium wool lamb . . 16 0017 00 Cull and common wool lambs 10 00016 00 i)u Punt Fftitern A L iksiman Kod Faion Mfg Hie H R Fairchild Fng Fuekloiie 1 Fur.! Fruehftuf T Hryn lob t Joe lead 1BV Hchenley Dia - - 5." Beara Koebuck 6Jk is! Nervel liu 6 uk.ii n.i To 6IW !9', 50 j Socony Mob 48lj Rou Pac to. 18' Sou RaOaay '))' Bquare I) 234 Htand Brands 47k nl Htand Oil ( Uf 47' 9 Bland Oil Ind )a SV t Bt and Oil N J 51 a 3lV. Htudebaker 3 1 1 SaKt A Co. tp Khrushchev Back In Moscow; Hits West on A-Tests 66 5t5 172' J2 101 1 43' Oen Baking d 10 (Jen Cablea Oen rvamic Oen Fleet! Ic Oen Food Oen Motors . Gillette Co Getty Oil midden Co loehe Brea Ooodrh h B f Grace W R Otiotlvear Tire Oialtain Paige (l Nor On Ot Nor K R Pr 12 301 1 extron 56 ' lex Ciulf 8 67 g I idemaler 65 l' Timken R B 35 r ( Fox Film 16 Union C arblde 2S'g Union Pac 2V Uni Aircraft 21a Unt Air L 58 Uni Fruit 42g U Ovpaum 71k U B Indus 1 U H Rubber 2', U 8 Bteel (ireyhound Monieataka Hotid Hershey Howe Hound Hupp Corp Ind Rayon Ills Cent R R Inland Steel Interst Poa . Inti But M Jj Wnh 'V 62 1 12 ' 18 2'z 2U 24A 86 S 26Jk 574 24 1 k 441 7T 9 12 5h thp Jewish ChautdU(iu.i April 21 as a lpclurur at BurlinR-i ton college. He will address an 8 30 am. assembly on Judaism as a Civilization". MOSCOW (INS) Nikita Khrushchev Thursday accused the West of shifting its position Suspended Fine Archie K. Hoff, 46, general delivery, post office, drew a $20 suspended fine in municipal court Thursday after pleading guilty to a charge of . . . 1 Pului fraudulently obtaining $60 from on nuclear tests as a result or jowa unrmpi0yment Security worth XD 14- Ifi'k Wtrnrr Broa 19 J8'WfaV Prnn El 29 ITbWm Union 16 7 A B 20k 2 4 W khouac FI 58 IH1! White Mtrs 41 29 VSilMin At Co 20 80 W hrorth P W 41 . 14' Tounafttown 8 76' 2H4 1 Xentth Radio 70' AMERMAN AND AHUWIT BTOCRi rolllna A B m,-l2 Dumont Lab . 3 Barium Btrl 2 ia i!iq Cent III Be c . 9 DdieMfg lOn-n'k Ceaana Air 10a Menaaco Cherrv-Bur 1 IIS Nat Belli Dynamics 3J Oak Mfg PRODUCE Choice and prkna aborn lambs 80-100 Iba 31 25032 26 Choir yearllnc wthrg 00 100 Iba . 18 001t00 flood shorn ewes. 130 Iba down 6 oorfl 7 00 Oood shorn ewea, 170 lbs up 4 00 8 00 Culls and medium shorn owes 3 600 8 60 Old shorn bucks 3 000 4 00 Buck lambs 11 00 per 100 lb, dlseount. CIIH4C.0 PRODUCE. CHICAOO fUP) Live poultry no tone 47 000 Iba Price change Broilers or rock fryei x White Croa 30-21c. CHEFHE Biiislf dalaiea and longhorns 37,;-t8'jC. pioceaaed loaf 34 w 38 Swiss Grade A 45-47c H 43 4Sc C 40-4Jc BUTTER -Bteadv, 1,749 000 lbs. 93 and 92 core 67c. 90 score 56'kC. 89 score 55uj rents iA , EOG8 - Receipts 9 500 cases white large .ii Sal dru nilumm'-rmf. T:tirivrit C'pOTATC)k8 Arrivals fl on trrlr 2K to1I U 8 shlpmflil, 83 supply mod-.r(, d,mnd ilht mikrt ,t,d. rr lot trwk sl Mlnn,ot North u-knt Hfrt River V.lley ponll.c 14 llu 8 IK). ron tt rommeretil broiler toflt lb, tie Frm rrln, 15c florin under 4 lb Ik Fevy hen 5 Ih nrt over 14c. (lens under 5 lb, 1 Jc. to' roa MARitrr, 008 torse 30c 30ei A matl 30c: A nd B medium 38c: B Urn 21c, C and D Oo: dtrUe and check 10c. woou Batin Bool 30c We Veitcra wool 35c. OkAIN 4iAkkn. Be Bo 1 corn II 03. Be oata S3 'Vo. flovheane $2 4 NgW YORK PROD1TE. BfW YORK I API IUBDAI- BUTTFR about tcd. Receipt 831 IHK) Crcmerv 93 (cor A A 59-59', cents 92 c.or A 5l'y-59c, 90 ecore B M'a-SOV.c E008 Unsettled Receipt 21 000 Ft-tra 49-50 lb 39'4-40,c. elrs lre 45-4 hi S8VS0jC f etr medium 31',-38c slaridacd large 38'-,-30c. check at 35V2-38UC Russia's announcement of a unilateral halt to atomic and hydrogen explosions. He addressed a rally at Mos cow's Lenin stadium after returning from a visit to Communist Hungary. This was his 18th public speech since April 2. He apologized for his husky voice but spoke lengthily. Some of his points: "When wp announced unilateral cessation of nuclear tests they (the West) demanded controls. When someone does not want agi cements, he always sets unacceptable conditions, But Rus sia is patient. You say: Let u fly over each other's country.' But we do not want to fly over your country and we do not want you to fly over ours." We are not going to start a war but we shall be ready . , . we shall never grovel before you "The Bible says if you are hit on one cheek turn the qther check. But if we are hit on one cheek we will hit back on both checks. The Soviet Union has opened its doors to Americans. We want all Americans to come to the Soviet Union so they can see for themselves they really need Commission, Fur restyling and repairing. Mrs. Rebec. EM 5-2593. Adv. To Conference Supt. of Schools Clyde Parker will participate in the first Plains States conference on Human Relations in Education April 25 and 28 at the University of Omaha. With about 150 educators expected, the conference Is sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League and colleges of education and adult education at Omaha university. Our week end special for this week Is a South Pacific Cake. Naxeras Pastry Shop. Adv. Happitime Play School. All year around. 1818 Higley ave. SE. Opening April 14. Call EM 4-4888 for details Adv. to at 7 the preceding Monday in Chamber of Commerce building on the basis of appearance, personality and ouality of a theme on "What Public Health Means to Me" to be written by each candidate. Participating health agencies, the Jaycees announced, will be. Cedar Rapids Dental Society, Linn County Medical Sowcty; St Lukes hospital: Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids Chiropodist Association; city health department; Linn County Mental Health Center; Heart Committee of Linn County; United Cerebral lYilsy. American Cancer Society, Linn County Association for Retarded Children; American Red Cross Linn Countv Tuberculosis Association; YWCA; YMCA; Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center; Cedar Rapids Hearing Society, Civil Defense; Boy Scouts; Cedar Rapids Playground and Recreation Commission; Association for Mental Health; Society for Crippled Children and Adults. No admission charge will be made. Elected Frnrldent Mrs F W. H.nlcy was elected president of the Davenport district meeting of the Methodist WSCS at Iowa Citv Wednesday. Mrs. Robeit P Burns, also of Marion, was reelected secretary of promotion On the program for the dav were Dr L L Dunnmgton, of Iowa P fJ1-!City ; Mis Frank Argelander of Evanston, III., Dr. C. H Pettersen and Mrs Don Campbell of Stan-wood, and Mrs. Haiold White cl Davenport. Other members of the society from Marion who attended included: the Mmes F, F. niackford, Ralph Baker, Archie D. Conklin, Lucille Sweet, Nor man W. Stookey, Jarhes E. Cip-pera and Anna Beavers. 375 women were present for the meeting. at meeting in the ITairle Chap cl church. IVmonstration were given a follow: ITggv Tylee, polishing shoes, and Claudette Wingfield on removing pots A better grooming contest wa won by Bat bara Bittner, senior division, and Karen Mitchell, junior division To Head Council Supt. John Me&serli wa elected president of the Linn County Rural Education Council at meeting Wednesdayave evening at Longfellow sihool Leigh Green of Central City was elected vice-president and William Linstrom, set retary-tieas-urer, Messerll and Linstrom ate both from Mai Ion, Berlin Grocery Pork steak, 49c lb : pork roast, 45c lb , meat boil, 29e lb ; ground beef, 49c lb, pork hotks, 29c lb; corned beef hash, 2 rails, 59c. Daily free delivery Adv. . occupational specialties were listed a surplus Recruiter said enlistments now are "wide open" for otherwLs qualified personnel The Naval Reserve Training center announced enlistment of 3 men for the naval reserve unit. Thev are: Thomas J. Wendel, Watkins; James A Remington, Anamosa; Jerry L Kennedy, 84 Seventeenth SW. WhlLa Rock frying chickens, 2'4-lb. average, 79c etch. Gibson's Locker, Marlon, la. Adv. in.e tor.lli r. .UjU. iGCHilitUP uL.UlC.SOVtotS. Taxi Strike in Peru. CUZCO, Peru (AP) Government cars and ambulances handled passenger traffic Tuesday between the airport and hotels of this two-mile-high etty in the Andes. Taxi drivers were sti iking against Increased gasoline taxes. COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL STEAM HEAT SERVICE FBI ESTIMATE! If you are having trouble with your kteam unit, let our experienced men survey it and give you a Free Estimate. We are able to efficiently repair or replace any steam heating system. We use only the latest methods, tools and materials. Call us any time. Galbraith Heating Co. 222 FIRST ST. NE EM 2-4030 Maytag Company Cuts Number of Supervisors NEWTON (INS) Maytag Appliance Company officials announced Thursday that the firm is reducing the number of its supervisory personnel. Personnel Vice-president E. F. Scouttep said approximately, 35 supervises are being transferred in a move to improve management efficiency. Those transferred will be placed in non-supervtsory positions. e Scoutten said the move is appropriate at this time as it' will streamline the company management organization and its competitive position in the appliance industry. Scoutten added it also will result in expansion of re-1 sponsibilities for the remaining supervisors. Youth Hurt. SptcUl to Thft Gmsette BLA1RSTOWN Jerry Trumm, 19, of Blairstown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Trumm of toggon, suffered head cuts when his car collided with a truck at the Blairstown corner on highway 30 early Thursday. The truck driver, Marnel Thompson of Downers Grove, 111., was not hurt. Independent Telephone Group Elects C.R. Man DES MOINES (AP) John J. McIntosh of Cedar Rapids was elected president of the Iowa Independent Telephone Association Wednesday at the closing session of its annual cohvention here. Other new officers are Harold Thompson of Clear Lake, first vice-president, and Arthur Sanders of New London, second vice-president. William F. Miller of Des Moines was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Milton Sills was elected president Tuesday evening of the Lincoln Grade School PTA at a meeting in the Lincoln study hall. Mrs. Vernon Haas and Rita Kray were elected first and second vice-presidents; Mrs. G. A. Harstad was elected secretary and Mrs. Gale H. Batchelder, treasurer, Touroi Tomcats softball team will play Dick Lyfords team at the Longfellow school Sunday at 1 30 p.m, Full 50 lbs. steaks, roast and ground beer only $29.95. Gibson's Locker, Marion, la. Adv. . Lyle Stimson, route 3, Marion, is &' patient at St, Lukes hospital. I Full 50 lbs. roasts and ground beef, only $25.00. Gibsons Locker, Marion, la. Adv. Mr and Mrs Allison Pratt of Cedar Rapids have purchased a lot at 1124 Twenty-ninth st. and will build immediately. Sale of the property was made by the Thomas E. McGowan real estate firm. Miracle of modern medical science meet the public everydav in the prescription department of Sorg Drug Adv. Harvey, a J-act comedy, will be presented May 1 and 2 by pupils of the Marion high school, under the direction of Jay Dik-kers, dramatic coach. Appearing in the play will be Karen Link-letter, Marlene Dye, Katy Ray, Roger Hilton, Polly Johnson, Nancy Ross, Bob Maly, Eric Hen- NF.W YOrJC (INS) There seems little doubt that lending rates on business loans will be cut again . , , A return of the popularity of the 6-cylindcr car is now being talked up in automotive circles .. Its established trade position and stability of earnings commend Cluett Peabody common to investors, Harris Uphnm declares in an analysis of the clothing maker. Plus factors, it is pointed out, include royalty income of $1 a share from the sanforized process, net working capital of about $38 a share; an established dividend policy of 50 to 60 providing a current yield of 6.1; potentials of its new stretchable paper Western Tacific forecasting npt of $6 12 a share for 1958 vs. $7.54 last year. . . . Hercules Powder incoming orders have "bottomed out. First quarter profits were down about der, John Castle, Larry Miller 15 from a year ago. SUPER HARDWARE VALUES! Reg. 450 50-ft. Garden Hose . . . 3.59 Reg. 80 21 Rotary Power Mower 69.98 Large size Aluminum Pizza Pan . 49 198 value 100-ft. Plastic Clothesline, 99 KENDALL HARDWARE Marion, Iowa DR 7-0897 One Stop Hardware Service PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AFTER EASTER CLEARANCE SALE Girl Spring Coot SJ.tt Six 3 to 4 Rt,. $7.95, 100 ACRILAN TOPPERS 3-4 Rtg. $4.91 . . .$4.91; 7-14 Reg. $8.95. .1. $4.91 Sub Teen Reg. $10.95 5S.95 ROYS' SPORT COATS $2.91 Site 3 io I, Reg. $4.50 ' ORLON SWEATERS, reduced ei low $1.50 SKIRTS, Miiiei' iliei $1.99 end $2.99 CAN CAN SUPS, 35 ydi., full iweep $2.98 QUEEN and TEEN SHOP IN MARION C.R. Firm Awarded Crandic Pier Contract The Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Railway Company has awarded a contract for reconstruction of 3 existing river piers and 2 new abutments ground existing enrf piers in Iowa City to Amos Melberg of Cedar Rapids. His bid was $78,489. The company also rejected 3 bids on a second contract for construction of a 'pedestrian underpass for the existing south approach trestle for the bridge over the Iowa river in Iowa City. Company officials said th bids $1.98 Values 24x36-lnch Low Loop Carpet Weave. Assorted Colors With Non-Skid Back Values to 1.7 Assorted Patterns SCATTER RUGS 99 CHILDRENS COTTON DRESSES . . 1.00 Plastic Drapes 57 SALE PAIR Values te 69c ODDS AND ENDS Wool Yarn NOW 29c STORM'S Ben FranklinJStore MARION, IOWA WOW! Electronics enable us to give you even faster, more efficient service We are pleased to announce that Farmers State Bank has purchased the new National POST-TRONIC Accounting Machines. Although this electronic equipment is located "behind the scenes", its purpose is to provide all our customers with the latest and most efficient bank-ervice possible. ing Through the miracle of electronics, our checking account posting is now controlled ELECTRONICALLY, and therefore more of the work is performed AUTOMATICALLY than ever before. Installation of these' new Post-Trpnic Accounting Machines is another important step we are taking to give our customers the best banking service available. MEMORY IY MAGNETISM. Th bltcl bend M tf,, bck of your tffomn4 rt nwgnotic motnory ttripv Tbu itripf mamoriu inform lio onftrod in tho Poit-Tronic mochino. Tboy imuro that nil rocord-tooping ! occomptuhod with electronic precision. - , Trd Mart FARMERS STATE MARION, IOWA BANK B r - B .tu ,r R fee Bt 8 .K 'n Rl X 'U I Ir i s A A A A.A A A f A A A A ft ft 9 A A ft A.A A A A A A A A A A-A i A A. f -- -

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