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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                TO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Jau. 2C, 1974 Financial and Market News Stock Mart Is Nervousb CHICAGO CHAIN Furnished by Lsmson Brothers NEW YORK (AP) The stock market drifted around Friday as brokers and investors looked Tor bargains and an- swers to the nation's economic prospect. Investors were continuing to show their nervousness dis- played in the last hour of trad- ing Thursday, analyst Larry Wachtcl of Bache Co. said. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials closed off 3.69 at 859.39. C.R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rap- ids hog market Saturday were steady. Prices paid Thursday for the bulk of country and plant de- livered butchers weighing 200 to 230 Ibs., depending on grade and condition were Packing sows 300 Ibs. down were Butchers 230-240 Ibs. are 25c off; 240-250 Ibs. are 50c off; and 75c off for each 10 Ibs. weight over 250. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 Ibs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 Ibs., and 75c off each weight grade above 500 Ibs. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime sleers Choice and prime heifers ___S43.50-S45.50 Good sleers .................S43.50-S4J.50 Good heifers ............S39.SO-S41.50 Standard and utility steers ...S39.5P-S41.50 Standard arid utility heifers ..538.50-SJ0.50 Utility cows .................S27.00-S32.00 Commercial cows ............S27.00-S32.00 Culler cows .................530.00-334.00 Bulls ........................S38.50-S40.50 (Yield oracle 4 overfat steers and heif- ers are discounted S5 per cwt. and yield grade 5 are discounted per cwt.) (Wasty and gobbv overfat steers arc S3 to S5 less per 100 Ibs. than regulai commercial cows.) POULTRY price quotes fpr poul- try on the Keota market Include: heavy breeding hens, 15c( leghorn and light hens. lOc, and old cocks. 6c. GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn, 32.62. No. 1 yellow soybeans, 33 Ib. oats, SI .40. Friday prices delivered. FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotations from "Lai March April SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs are S3B.OO- S4000 Choice to prime wool lambs are S35.00-S3B.OO. May Jim September COBfi- March May July September OATS- .May July SOYBEAN- March July OPEN 5.75 -Ul'.j 4.78 6.47' j 6.53 6.54' i 6.5.' 6.43 HIGH 5.75 5.46'! 2.9.V. 297', 3.00' 4 6.53 6.56' j 6.5.' 6.4S LOW 5.75 5.46' 4-Sl' 47S 1.67s. 1.6J 6.47' 6.53 6.56' i 6.52 6.43 CLOSE 5.75 5.46' 3.00'i PREV. CL. 5.54 5.27 4.i2 4.53 2-64'. 2.90' 4 2.32 1.61 1.67-. 1.64 6.47' 6.53 6.54' 6.27 6.32 6.36' 6.32 6.23 Of loiffi Interest ison Bros. Close Prev. 5-1.50 53.40 55.45 54.45 EGGS A large. 50c; A medium A smalt, 27c; B, 29c I2c; checks, weekly prices delivered. Iowa Hoirs DES MOINES demand fair. Butchers 25 to 50 cents lower. Sows steady. Estimated receipts Friday Actuals Thursday 000; week ago Friday year ago Friday U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib butchers 3D.50-40.50; 230-250 Ibs 38.75- 40.75; 250-270 Ibs 37.75-39.75; 270-300 Ibs 35.00-38.75. U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ib sows 32.75-34.50; 330-400 Ibs 32.00-34.00; 400-450 Ibs 31.75-33.00; 450-550 31.00-32.75. Ibs Waterloo Hogs WATERLOO Butchers and sows were 25c lower. Packing plant delivery, No. 2 butchers weighing 200-230 Ibs S40.50. No. 2 sows weighing 300 Ibs DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES IAP) carlo! meal trade for Iowa and river market areas: Beef trade slow; steer beef 1.50 higher; heifer beef 1.00-1.50 higher; choice steer beef 600-900 Ib., 72.00; choice heifer beef 500-700 Ib., 69.50-70.00. Pork cut trade slow; loins steady to .50 lower; picnics steady to .50 higher; skinned hams steady to 1.00 lower; bel- lies steady; loins 14 Ib. and down 14-17 Ib. 76.00; oicniCS 6-8 Ib. 52.50-53.00, 8 Ib. and UP 51.50-52.00; hams '14-17 tb. 68.50, 17-20 Ib. 63.50-64.50; bellies 1-1-16 Ib. 5S.W- 16-18 Ib. 55.00. FROZEN PORK BELLIES Friday's quotations from 'Lamson Bros. Close Prev. February 60.50 59.05 March 60.90 59.45 60.30 Am. Ins. Fund Am. Rein........... Banks ot lows Beatrice Foods herrv-Bur............ Conrar. Consolidated Foods Dico. Inc. Executive Data Systems FM1C Guardsman........... Harnischfar Hawkeye BanCorp Interstate P............ Iowa Electric Iowa-Ill. Gas John Deere Kidde comm......... Keuffcl Esser Lite Investors. Inc..... LTU Ccro............ Mapco comm Maytag McCord Corp............ Mid-America Mid-Continent, Ind Miracle Quaker Oats Rath Rockwell United Fire Casualty Victor Corp.............. VWR-Untted Winnebaso 4.48-4.90 ...29'4-30 23' j-54'; 13'B 4.70-5.1-1 3'. a- 3'a CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP) Wheat No. 2 sofl red S.25n; No. 2 hard red 5.95n. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.9B'.in. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.76Nn. Soybean No. 1 yellow Produce NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) 39 offerings light to adequate and in- creasing slightly. Demand light to fair Friday. Whiles: Fancy targe 74-76. Fan- cy medium 72-74. Fancy smalls 36 Ibs 66-69. Butler offerings excessive. Demand ilow. Creamery, 93 Score 67 cents; 92 Score 66. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UPI) Butter: Prices paid delivery to Chicago weaker; 93 score 92 score 61 Vi; 90 score 60. Eggs- Prices paid delivery to Chicago unchanged; prices to retailers: Extra large 76-79; large 75-77; medium 73-75. May July SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY (AP) (USDA) Hogs butchers moderately active, steady to 50 lower, mostly 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 190-2JO Ib 40.50-JI.25; saws steady, U.S. 1-3 350- 60D Ib Callle 500. WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY (AP) Cattle 50, enough to set market trend; cows strong. 30.CO-32.00; bulls 37.00-40.00. Hogs 6CO; butchers 50 lower, 40.00- J0.75, lop 40.75; sows steady, bulk 32.25- 33.75, top 35.00; boars 200-250 Ib 31.50- 32.00; 250-350 Ib 27.00-26.00; 350-700 Ib 31.00-31.50. Monday estimate: Cattle hogs POSTVILLE BEEF POSTVILLE The Postville beef mar- ket Friday quoted prices for prime steers S-W.50-S-15.50; choice steers S-14.50-SJ5.50; good steers S42.50-S43.50; standard steers 5JO.CO-S41.00; choice heifers S43.00-S-W.50; good heifers utility cows S30 00-S35 00; canners and commercial COWS S29.00-S34.50; bulls S39.00-S-Jl.50. OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) (USDA) Hogs: barrows and 'jilts t-3 200-240 Ib steady; 2-IC-250 Ib slcady to 25 lower; barrows nnd gilts 50-1.00 lower; 1-2 200-240 Ib 41.50- 41.75; 26 head at 233 Ib 42.CO; 1-3 190-260 Ib 40.CO-4I.75; 2-3 uneven weights 200-250 Ib 39.50-40.50; 2-4 250-325 Ib 35.75-39.00. Sows steady to weak; 360-600 Ib 32.00- 34 25 Cattle and calves: loo few slaugh- ter steers and heifers for an adequate price test; hulk of the fresh supply con- sisting of cows, moderately active, most- ly steady; feeder supply consigned to Friday a-JCtion; utility end commercial cows 29.50-31.50; a few utility 32.00. State Suspends Marengo Firm's Grain License DES MOINES-The Iowa com- merce commission has suspend- ed the grain warehouse license of Davies Feed and Supply at Marengo because of an alleged shortage of grain. A hearing to determine whether the license should be revoked will be held by the commission here at 10 a.m. Feb. 26. Wallace Dick, director of the: commission's warehouse divi- sion, has alleged that the com- jany has a measured shortage if bushels of corn and bushels of oats. Everett Davies, who held the icense, died Dec. 20 and the Merchants National Bank of Cedar Rapids has been appoint- ed executor of his estate. The commission ordered that he appointed executor shall ap- point such duties, care and sur- veillance of grain as is needed to maintain the quality of the stored grain. In suspending the license, the commission said Davies Feed and Supply is forbidden to act as a bonded warehouseman for any 'urther storage of bulk grain during the suspension. In addition to the alleged shortage, the commission's warehouse division claimed the I licensee: to maintain complete and sufficient records to show all deposits, purchases, sales, storage obligation and load out. to maintain an ade- quate daily position record for corn and failed to maintain any daily position record for oats. to maintain a copy of scale tickets in numerical se- quence. to issue warehouse receipts for grain retained in i Graveside Services Substitute Plea For Rate Hike Filed by Utility Iowa-Illinois (ius and Electric! Co. filed ;i moiion will) tile Cause of Fire n i i For Lucille Douqlas! commerce commission Friday! ATfVlariOn DOWl to withdraw natural gas schcd-i r M" a iuh's- filed Nov. 29, which would! Being for 40 years. on Marion Fire Chief Jainesi Reynolds said Kriday afternoon May 2G, ,892, a, is lhe same lime, however, he had no plans to call in the sisters, Mrs Clem Weis of (hc state fire marshal to investigate Marion and Mrs. Merlon John- the cause of the blaze which of Cedar Rapids, draveside services stroycd the Marion Bowl earlier Friday. held Monday at 11 in Oakland cemetery, Manchester. The cas- with rate schedules identical to I those it is HOW seeking to with-! will CD Clarifies Request for 'Screenings' DES MOINES (AP) Iowa Acting Civil Defense Director Don Hinman fell victim to mis- taken identity when he was be- lieved to have been the person who told lawmakers lie wants to screen subversives or known Communists from his agency's i volunteers. Hinman told the Associated Press it was not he who ap- peared before the Confidential Records Council last week, ask- Reynolds and Assistant will not be open and there Vernon Blietz are searching! will be no visitation. Friends, if through the ruins of the large steel walled building looking for a probable cause. Blietz said the fire may have started in the northwest corner of the building where a lounge and kitchen area was located. Estimates of the loss ranged from to Iraw. Dean president li. Sliehnoth, vice-! secretary, the substitute filing was madcj because actual data is available they wish, may donate to the nmv for ,hc 1073 calendar! charity of their choice. Baxter j Mortuary is in charge of ar-j- .'The fjUllg is in full accord with the commis- sion's rules of practice and pro- rangcmenls. ing for access to state files to aid security cheeks. Rep. Arthur Small (D-Iowa City) said he thought the speak- er was Hinman, but admitted there was some confusion. Actually, Hinman said, the ;peaker was one of his staff members H. J. Boccella, the civil defense communications! and warning officer. "Out of Context" Hinman' complained that some of Boccella's remarks were quoted out of context, but Small said the speaker had used such words as "subversives or known Communists" in his pre- sentation to the council. Hinman is authorized to re- cruit some 800 volunteers around the state. Some are ham radio operators who are trained to operate a communications command post in Des Moines and to handle Iowa's emergency! communications in event of dis- aster. Hinman said he received pro- tests from volunteers after it was reported that security cheeks were sought through the council. The council created by the legislature last year to safe- guard confidentiality of criminal listory data in the state's new computerized TRACIS crime in- formation system, refused the request by ICD regarding the system, Small said. Cites New Law Hinman said "the whole prob- lem is that they (council) felt we wanted access to the crimi- nal files. What we primarily wanted to know from the coun- cil was whether Senate File 115 would preclude our doing a background check" on volun- ;ers. "We need this determination 'or-all civil defense agencies in :he Hinman said. "We were certainly not ques- Joning the integrity of any com- munication affiliated with civil Firemen and police have been on duty constantly at the scene Friday and Saturday. A few embers have rekindled, demand- ing the firemen's attention. Sightseers h a v e thronged Scorcboard Marion, around the area Friday andj ________'______ Saturday. Barricades ears. All but one of Marion's fire fighting units were called to the scene Friday for the blaze. As- sistance was received from the Cedar Rapids fire department, p.m. the day preceding he sajd, "but does not publication is the deadline for change lhe (otal amount of in. Want Ads published Tuesday creased revenue we are seek- through Saturday. Corrections j, and cancellation's can he made from S a.m. to 9 a.m., Monday through _ Saturday. Dial 398- filed Nov. 29, because' it was based on data reflecting actual results for only the first six ing. The commission had rejected the rate increase application Person to bus dishes, Stick- months and forecasted experi- ence for the balance of 1973. I keep out JLinn county sheriff's depart- ment and the Linn County Rural Electric Cooperative provided a snorkel truck for firemen to use to shoot water down into middle of the building. the Marion Churches Senate File 115 relates to dis- closure of criminal history and intelligence data, and provides penalties for disclosures. Boccella said the bill Bethel Baptist 1000 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Calvin Thorpe. Sunday school Worship Sermon: "In- toxication and Evening worship Sermon: "The Mark of First Baptist 2C95 Four- teenth avenue. The Kev. Lyle W. Lee. Worship Sunday school Grace Bantist 440 South Fifteenth street. The Hev. Don R. Martin. Sunday school Worship and Squaw Creek Baptist Wil- kins school. The Rev. Kermit W. Jelmeland. Worship 9. Sun- day school 10. Robins Faith Bible Corner Main and Menlzer. The Rev. Ed Eateman. Worship and 6. Sunday school St. Joseph's Catholic 995 Fifth avenue. The Rev. Justin A. Kane, the Hev. Martin W. Pfab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday at 7 p.m. at the school, 1430 Fourteenth street, and Sunday at 7, and 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the church and 10 and at the school. Marion Christian 1050 Mc- Gowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school Worship II o b i n s Church of the Brethren 355 Second street. The Rev. Harold Justice. Sun- day school 10 Worship 11 and 7. Church of Christ 1087 Eighteenth street. William Cain, elder. Bible school 10. Worship 11 and Ascension Lutheran 2210 Grand avenue. The Rev. Denny J. Brake. Worship 8 and 10. Sermon: "It's Dark Out Lutheran Church of the Res- urrection 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zwanziger. Worship 8 and Sunday school St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri Synod) 915 Twenty-seventh street. The Rev. John D. Huber, jr. Worship 8 and Sun- day school First United Methodist 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. M. Steffenson. Worship and 11. Sermon: "Problems and 'neces- sitated that the Iowa civil de- fense division receive an in- terpretation as to whether civil defense agencies could continue to receive record check services for prospective radio amateur civil emergencies service ap- pointees and other personnel from law enforcement agen- Prairic Chapel United Meth- odist Route 3. The Rev. Clive Cook. Sunday school Worship First Presbyterian 802 Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A. Miller. Sunday school Worship Sermon: "When God No Longer Presbyterian Fifteenth street. storage for a time period jn Robbery ceeding six months from date of deposit. I to have sufficient in-- Isurance to cover grain. The warehouse division also charged that the warehouse was At Dubuque Nabbed Reformed 9G5 South Sunday school 10. Worship 11. I Church of GotI (Seventh !Day) GOO Ninth avenue. W. Kuryluk, pastor. Song ser- jvice Sabbath school 10, Friday, PHOENIX (AP) Three United Seventh Day all including an Arizona state Brethren 2400 Second avc- dll o ay. prison escapee, were captured w'oi-shin Friday night in a northside mo-lsaturdi bile home park. mainlaining'three different sets Police arrested Michael Tay- of records and only one set of w records was being made avail- able to the commission for in- spection. Labor uiumy Following an appeal by the Of C. R. the Scott county district court remanded lhe matter To Start the commission for hearings. company's motion to The annual survey of the Nov. 29 filing and salaries in the eliminate the need for the Rapids metropolitan area to hold the hear- be conducted during the Stichnolh said. several weeks by the U. S. rates in the com- partment of labor's Bureau other service areas in Labor (Iowa Quad-Cities, Ft. Elliott A. Browar, labor Iowa City and Ottumwa) partment's assistant also included in the motion director for labor statistics, today. a representative sample of company's motion also employers will be asked to permission to place nish wage and salary rates into effect under tion for a select list of .subject to refund, on 3. Jobs studied are those Increases found in a cross-section of said, the substitute ness establishments such as office clerical, skilled maintenance, custodial and increases in the company's Iowa .service area will produce a total of about million in movement annual gas revenue Survey results, used by million in additional an- vate employers, labor and electric revenue. ernment agencies in .wage increase is in addition to salary administration, plant location analysis and rates presently being collected under bond and subject bargaining will be available refund since Dec. 31, 1971. under-bond rates would the price for residen- Iowa City customers in the Cedar Reports Cash area on the average by about 2 cents per day. The natu- IOWA CITY Osco gas increase applicable to store in Iowa City was robbed and industrial cus- about Thursday would average about W-> According to. the. store and while three of them engaged him in Slated the two others slipped behind the' counter and emptied Red Cross cash different sessions of The five men were first aid courses meeting on the street be offered by Grant Wood the store where they chapter of the American the money and fled in Cross Wednesday, Thurs- and Feb. 9. Another person in the classes meet at the Red reportedly observed the office, 32.7 Granby build- and reported it to the from a.m. to 5 p.m. is no' charge for in- 20 YEARS AGO A standard first aid of State Dulles rejected personal safety textbook is demand for a Big Five peace conference the Red Cross office (366- Communist to enroll. Man In Serious Following C. R, Auto One man is in serious at p.m. when she at- tion and another in fair to cross the street in tion at St. Luke's hospital middle of the block. injuries suffered at driver of the car, Roy S. Hutchison, 20, of 157 Thirteenth Friday in the 3700 block of SW, was not charged. land road NE when their skidded on ice and struck 19-year-old men were in- utility early Saturday when the A passenger, Robert E. in which they were riding kins, 19, 1065 South 251 feet in the 100 block street, Marion, was in Collins road NE'hit another condition with a skull in the rear, and a traffic The driver of the car, then came to rest in the Joe Martin, 22, of 522 of the street. street SE, was in fair Dusterhoft, 1812 Second with neck and back injuries. SE, and his passenger, was charged with reckless J. Mclsh, 215 Broadmore NW, were treated at A second passenger, hnsnital for brnispK and JOUIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, III. (UPI) Cattle 800; steers I lower; heifers insulficier.t lo es-' Iflblish trend; high choice and prime steers choice J5.00--18.CO; 1 loiid choice heifers 45.50; no canner or CUHogs steady; Ho. 1-2 200-230 Ib 42.25-42.75; NO. 1-3 200-250 Ib 41.25-42.J5; No. 23 250-270 Ib 40.25-41.25, 270-300 Ib 37.00-40.25. Monday estimated receipls: cat- LIVESTOCK FUTURES CHICAGO (AP) Fulurcs trading Fri- day: Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle- February April June AlJOUSf October December 49.65 53.07 51.90 52.37 51.35 4S.M 51.30 fO.JO 50.30 July Aliouil Oclobrr December J8.35 47.00 45.40 45.50 Stranded By Snowstorms TOKYO (AP) More than railroad passengers were stranded by heavy snowstorms that hit northern Japan Satur- day and many faced spending the night aboard the trains. Weathermen reported up to 10 feel of snow in northern Honshu and Hokkaido, Japan's nothern- mosl main island. Lost items arc when you use found "lost fast and found" want ad. Dial lor, 35, John Kramer, 33, and William Farni, 36. Taylor fled! the prison last July when he pulled a gun on a guard at Good Samaritan hospital where he was being treated for a hand in-! jury. The other two are former inmates. The trio were sought in con-1 nection with a robbery of; the wife of a Dubuque, Iowa, tavern owner in November. for I Klouda, 26, of 159 Wilson avenue JSW, was treated at St. Luke's Fire Near Wankon WAUKON Fire which was discovered about a.m. today by a neighbor destroyed a haystack on the Fran- cis Storlz farm, 4 miles north- west of here. Firemen prevent- ed the wind-whipped flames from spreading to nearby build- ings. I hospital for bruises and re- Freeman Faas, 77 leased. Mnrlln's Car Pnliee said Martin's car was NORTH ENGLISH Free man G. Faas, 77, a retired farmer and salesman for Funk Hybrid Seed Co., died Friday. He was a director of the Fcd: cral Land Hank from I o w county for 30 years and served 14 years as a member of the ASC. He was a veteran of World war I and was commander of Pioneer Barracks, WWI Veter- ans, in Sigourney. Survivors include his wife Fern; a daughter, Dorothy Cox of Apple Valley, three grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Services: Monday (it p.m. in the Christian church. The body is at Powell funeral home. northbound on Oakland road NE when it hit a patch of ice, caus- ing it to skid across the center line, jump the curb, and hit light pole, breaking it off. The car then crossed to the other side of the road, jumped the curb and hit a second utility pole before coming to a slop. A pedestrian who was hit hy a car Friday while crossing Third avenue SK in the 400 block was in good condition at Mercy hos- jpilal with a head injury. Nol Charged Police said Virginia Simon, 54, of 500 Fifth iivcnuc SE, was released. Police said Dusterhofl's car hit the rear of a car driven by Lcsly E. McLane, 3G, rural Springvillc. Dusterhoft charged with reckless driving. Trio Gets in Incident at Norway NORWAY Three rnemmade off with about in an in- cident at Ray's Food store here about p.m. Friday, authori- ties said. Three men entered the store and while two kept the manager busy, the third looted Ihc cash register, The men fled in an nulo with Polk county license plates. Tht1 operation was similar one reported in Iowa City Thursday, milhorilics said. fpazoiie Waul: Ads Sorvkti Qj} ANNOUNCEMENTS Z Card of VE WISH io mank our friends, neighbors the nurses and expressions cl kindness and svm-' oatfiy, ilorat tributes arxi food during the Illness and loss of our husband and falher. Mrs. Louis Draao and Graver CocrdiMllon TOMAN FLORIST GIFT SHOP 6.S Cenlar Point Rd. NE 3M8I39 3 Mortuaries JOB PRINTING ALL KINDS SERVICE PRESS AND LITHO CO. INC., IW Third Slretl WEDDING CAKES Mrs. Kenneth Smith. __ NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 203 14IH Ave, SE Dial 0 Cemetery Where to Go 4 GPAVE 10T in Ced.ir Mcmorlfl private parly. 377-3153 a ler AND GAMES Monday 8PM Benefit C.R. Jaycees KOZY INN 1IU1 1st Ave. N.E. 362-3931 2 Lost LOST: 2 female Encjllsh pointers, last seen in vicinity of Si. SE. 7 month black and white, 5 years liver and white. 3i2-5C46. LOST Brown and while cioo wilh short leqs. Vicinity ol 300 block 11th St. NW. Reward. ___ FOUND SMALL very friendly black doq. douse broke, OPEN A .M TO 3 A.M. BUTTERFLY CAFE SPOT-DANCING SIP 'N STIR 1119 1st Ave. 6 Happy Trade School: Instruction I SMILE MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY A HAPPY AD! DIAL EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Agencies EMPLOYMENT 417 1ST AVE. SE 364-6195 PLACEMENT SUITE m IOWA THEATRE BLDG. 363 -9M7 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO A JOE WHO'S IN THE KNOW AND REALLY ON THE GO A 49'ER WITH SNELLING 8 A NEW SERVICE TO CEDAR RAPIDS owners, rental managers, and Investors. We gather, and report the history ot tenants. Wouldn't YOU like to know of the ones that damage property, or don't pay or abuse CALL 363-1353 FOR DETAILS TENANT REPORTING 'SERVICE, Help Wanted Chain is expanding in N.E. Iowa. Hiring store Manager, Meat Manager, Produce Manager and Bakery Manager. Send resume to Gazette Box All answers will be held In strict confidence. help to work n retail store. Must enjoy meeting people and [urnish qocd references. S2.25 per hour iia to 32 hours en evenlnqs ard weekends. Apply in person Io 4652 1st Avenue NE. SULTAN'S PALACE WE ARE OPEN 12 TO 12 MOM. THRU SAT. VAILABLE: "Darla, Marty, Bren-da, Kay, Lois." daily. Gocd working conditions. Early mOrninq work 3-4 hours Experience preferred, must have transportation. Apply in person. lOi J Ave. NE. TO Whom it may concern Whoever it is Adult or Child, that s puttina steel traps on my property, will be prosecuted to the fullest, either by the law or myself. Mrs. lla Hayes, 3100 Woodland Dr. BEAUTICIAN Needed Fashion Flair Beauty Salon 3i2-2316 wanted. Must be exper -enced. S day week. S3 hour to start. Apply in person. 3102 Mt. Vernon Rd. S.E. KINGSGARD CLEANERS OLD TREASURED PHOTOS RESTORED and reproduced. Bring yours 'in for a free estimateiDun-can Studio. Town and ECBJ HALL Ideal for priva e parties and receptions. Be Your Own Bartender 363-240J or 1st" Ave. NE. -HAPPY HOUR OUTCALLS P.M., to 12 P.M., worker wanled, year round employment, general farming, modern House furnished. Boland Atkins. TOP IN and try some of our 5 different type washers and dryers, spin City Laundry, 2020 North Towne Lane TO WAIT TABLES APPLY IN PERSON CEDAR CAFE 3230 Ave. S.W. AIDERS wanled to and from Des Moines on Weekends. Prefer Co -eqe sludenls. References ex-chances. PART TIME 1507 1ST. AVE. SE. (ESTLE55 niqhts? Try an Evans masso Therapy Treatment, or LPN for day duty GERIATRIC Nursing. Call Direc or of Nursintj Service, 365-9171. 'REGNANT and Dislressed? Blr h-rght Mon-Fri., 7-10 p m. For local office. Phone or selling experience heloful but not necessary. Send resume to Box V-896, Gazelle. 30-JU KARATE 352-9737, 362-6564 lartinp new classes. All QUESTIONS on or about the Bible answered. 377-9333. 6 years old, wants qirl to come in or live in and he p Mom and dad, 354-1240. After 5 354-2002 0 to wait tables and lend bar. Call B4BJJ3i between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. or 8 o.m.-ll p.m. AZZ and POPULAR Piano or Oman. 2nd semester, Phil Malt-son, instructor. C.R. Piano ".roan, chone TIME Floor Maintenance. In terviews io Mon. thru Fri. 755 9lh Ave. Marion. SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! Business Services Call for FREE estimate on central vacuum system. SEARS 393-8400 Ext. 220 BEAT the rising cost by contract- ing for your nsw garege, or horre repairs. Call Al at 365-732] ailer 5 p.m.________ D and K Mobile Home Repair All Types Repaired _____________39W74S____________ QUALITY CARPENTER WORK TO finish off that basement or attic _rpcm. Shcpjird Const. Co., Winter Estimates ______D. J. HIMKER. 377-6277 SAN'DING SNOW REMOVAL WATER AND SEPTIC TANK PAIR. Concrete breaking, base- rmnt drainage, Stark. .DICK'S TREE SERVICF PAINTING inlerior exterior. Free estimates. MERVIH LARSON 8. KITCHEN REMODEL 1XL-HAAS Cabinels. 353-7783 WALLPAPERING-PAINTING REFERENCES Bill Jarvls 354-t68B BREEDEN TREE SERVICE Est i Insured. 377-7178 Gutters, Roofs and Repair L. "Don" Craft, 354-dOj] Terry Melstia Upholstering R. K. Addjtioin, Kjlchcns, Siding. JJ77-SW remove snow en] CERAMIC Tile and Carpet inslailEd 377-6435 after A p.m. PLASTERING, EO simon. 342-777-1. QUALITY oapcrint] and Service, 377-8421 SNOW ________ _3UOem. M3-B39_ YOUR new home, planned, I Inn need _Jind built. 0. Alnerly. 3AS-6OT1. Anv Kind, Any Time, 345-7477. CARPENTER WORK ______RAY_MUS1L, 3H-i533 REPAIRS. R E MODELING? nil kinds, scrvlcn. 3M-R35I, 34 BooMoopIng Tox Sorvlco INCOME TAX A r cum to nnd Rcniomihlo 7835 Johnson Avo, 9 Io 9 Dally VI.CKO V SON TAX A ROOK KG HP- ING SERVICE. 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