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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 Ifle Wdar Rapids Gazette: Sat., March 2, Cost Gazette W A N T A D S B R 1 N G R E S U L T S Dial 398-8234 Financial and Market Dow Closes 8.61 Lowe NEW YORK (AP) Stoc market prices sagged Friday i light trading as selling pressur focused primarily on issue with links to North Sea oil. The Dow Jones average of 3 industrials closed off 8.61 a 851.92. C.R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rap ids hog markets Saturday wer steady. Prices paid Friday for th bulk of country and plant de livered butchers weighing 200 t 230 Ibs., depending on grade am condition were Packing sows 300 Ibs. dow were Butchers 230-240 Ibs. are 25 off; 240-250 Ibs. are 50c off; GRA Furnished by QUOTATIONS Brothers HIGH LOW CLOSE PREV. CL 6.CO 5.71 5.S4 5.3111 J.6I 5.80 5.7! 5.2! 5-45' j 5.J3 S.M 3.15 3.12 3.25 3.32 3.17 3.31 3.2M4 3.35'.i 3.21 3.33 3.S 3.15 3.29 3.1? l.M'i 1.5S 1.60'i 1.69'i 1.7C1J i.21 4.37'i. 6.18 6.47'.4 6.30 6.13 6.35 6.55'. 3 6.35 6.54 6.35 6.54 6.34 6.46'.! 6.29 6.4S'i Monday for Mildred McConaughy Mildred K. McConaughy, 09 of 915 Fifteenth street, Marion died Friday following a lonj illness. Formerly cf Anamosa she had lived in Marion 52 years. Born Nov. 25, 1904, at Anamosa, she was married to Kugenc R. McConaughy July 25, 1923; at Anamosa. Mrs. McConaughy was a member of the Christian church and the New Art club, both in .Marion. Surviving are her husband; three sons, Lyle J. McConaughy and Bill McConaughy, both ol Clarion; and Ronald McConaughy of Des Moines; two brothers, Cecil Newhard of Yu-cipa, Calif.; and Marvin New-hard of Marion; a sister, Mrs. Rollie Kohl of Marion; and nine grandchildren. Memorial services: 1 p.m. Monday at the Marion Christian church with (he Rev. Peter Morgan officiating. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at the Cedar Memoria funeral home after noon Sundaj and at the church after 10 a.m Monday. The casket will be dosed at p.m. Monday. Free Service Pay your rea estate taxes at Farmers State Bank Marion, Alburnett, or Hi awatha. Bring your tax stale ments with Adv. 5.34 CORK-March Alay ...3-26 '..-1.6S 0.69 lotca Interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Lamson Brothers) (From Laimon Plans New Program In Horticulture Plans for a new, basic training program in horticulture production and marketing have been announced by Kirkwood Community college. First classes in the new program will begin meeting this month, according to Allen Peterson, coordinator of agribusiness and natural resources programs in agriculture at the college. Peterson said the program was planned partly to satisfy a demand from students and area employers for more training in .he horticulture field. The program will .also fill a need for students who wish to obtain basic horticulture train-ng before entering Kirkwood's :wo-year ornamental horticul-.ure programs. Students will meet from a.m. to p.m. daily, with about equal parts of classroom and laboratory work. Peterson said Kirkwood's two-year ornamental horticulture n-ogram, which is the only one of its kind in Iowa, has had waiting lists of students. At the same time, there have been more job offers than graduates in the field. Once they have completed the production-marketing program, students will be awarded a diploma. They, will have the op-ion of taking employment or enrolling next winter in Kirk-vood's two-year ornamental horticulture program. Those vho continue will receive academic credit for taking basic courses. Kirkwood will accept about 20 students for the new program. Tuition is per quarter. .Persons interested in obtaining more information .or enrolling or the spring term should con-act Mel Essex, at 358-5441. Reg-strations will be accepted during oi Iowa no trades Conrac ia Consolidated Foods Executive Data Systems 2'.i- 3 FMC 23'16-23a Harnischf gr 75c off for each 10 Ibs. weigh over 250. Packers are 25c off fo each weight grade from 300-36 Ibs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 Ibs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 Ibs. CATTLE MARKET Chnlce and prime steers S39.00-S41.C Choice and prime heifers Good steers Electric Gas 17 John Deere Esser Corp 27U McCord Corp Ind. Ozark Quaker Oats Good heifers S35.oo-S38.oo Standard and utility steers ..S35.00-S37.00 Standard and utility heifers 251s United Fire Casually Victor Corp Commercial cows Bulls (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heifer are discounted per cvvt. and vie c grade 5 are discounted S10 per cwt.) {Wasty and gobby overfat steers ar S3 to less per 100 Ibs. thsn legula commercial FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotations from 'Lamson Bros Clos Prev March J2.85 CASH GRAIN CHICAGO Wheat No. 2 soft red 6.27n; No. 2 hard red 5.85n. Corn No. 2 yellow PORK SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs are 537.00-S39.00. Choice 1o prime wool Iambs are S3J.OO-S37.00. Pricss are for 90-105 Ibs. sheep, delivered. GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn, S2.85. No. i yellow soybeans, 33 Ib. oats, S1.63. Friday prices delivered. POULTRY Iowa live hens, light type: market unsettled. Prices on commercial flocks unchanged to 'Ac higher. Demand fair; o -ferings and trading Increased slightly. Supply barely adequate to adequate. Cents per pound at farms: Commerc a flocks 7-8lic, mosTty 7V'a-8c; small farm flocks 3-fic. IOWA FARM EGGS DES The Federal-State Market News Service reported egg prices Ic lower on large eggs and lc higher on medium. Graded sales slow except where scattering retail features generated fair movement. Most dealer sentiment continued unsettled. Cents per dozen at farms, cases exchanged: quality and volume incentive: Grade A, large or belter mostly 53-53V2; Grade A, medium 43-47c, mostly 4A-46C. Other farm eggs: Grade A, large or better 41-47c, mostly 42-44c; Grade A, medium 28-40C, mostly 33-35c; Grade B, large 23-34c, mostly 25-32C; C quality dirties and checks 79-30c, mostly 22-25C; small and peewees 19-30c, mostly 22-25c. Waterloo Hogs Butchers and sows were steady. Packing plant delivery, No. 2 "butchers weighing 200-230 Ibs. 337.00-S37.50. No. 2 sows weighing 300 Ibs. Iowa Hogs DES MOINES Moderately active, demand fairly good. Butchers mostly 25 cents higher instances 50 lower. Sows 25 higher, instances 50 higher. Estimated receints Friday Receipts Thursday week 'ago Fridav year ago Friday U. S. 1-3 200-238 lb. butchers 37.25-38.50; 230-250 Ibs. 36.75-38.25; 250-278 Ibs. 35.25-37.50; 270-300 Ibs. 33.25-36.25 U S 1-3 270-330 Ib. sows 32.50-33.50' 330-400 Ibs. 32.00-33.00; 400-450 Ibs. 31.50-32.50; 450-550 Ibs. 30.50-32.25. DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES (AP) (USDAJ west carlot meat trade report for Iowa and river market areas: Beef trade moderately active; demand rather poor; steers 1.00-2.00 lower; -heifers 2.00-3.00 lower; limited sales cow beef, mostly steady. Steer beef 600-700 Ib. 700-800 Ib. 65.00, BOO-900 Ib. 64.00; choice heifer beef 500-700 Ib. 67.00-69.00. Pork cut trade fairly active; loins steady to 1.00 higher; picnics steady to .75 lower; skinned hams steady to strong; bellies not well established Loins 14 ID. down 71.50-72.CO, 14-17 Ib. 69.50-70.00; picnics 6-B Ib. 48.25, 8 Ib. and UP 46.50-47.25; skinned hams 14 Ib. end down 71.50, 14-17 Ib. 67.50-6B.50, 17-20 Ib. 64.00, 20-26 Ib. 61.50-62.00, 26 Ib. and up 56.00-56.50; bellies 12-14 Ib. 49.00-51.00, 16-18 Ib. 49.00, 18-20 Ib. 44.25. LIVESTOCK FUTURES CHICAGO (AP) -t. Futures trading Thursday: Live beef cattle: Close Prev. April 4AM Prev March 53.00 53.37 M3y 54.40 54.60 July 55.M 55 1000 Eightl avenue. The Rev. Calvin Thorpe. Sunday school Worship Sermon: "The Evening w o r s h i p Sermon: "The Son ol Goc on Reception ol members. First Baptist 2R95 Fourteenth avenue. The Rev. Lyle W. Lee. Worship Sunday school Grace Baptist 440 South Fifteenth street. The Hev. Doi R. Martin. Sunday school Worship and Squaw Creek Baptist Wil-kins school. The Rev. Kcrmi W. Worship 9. Sunday school 10. Kobins Faith Bible Corner ol Main and Mentzer. The Rev Ed Bateman. Worship and 6. Sunday school St. Joseph's Catholic 995 Fifth avenue. The Rev. Justin A. Kane, the Rev. Martin W Pfab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday a 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-3owan boulevard. The Rev Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school Worship Sermon: "A More Excellent Way" Robins Church of the Brethren 355 Second street The Rev. Harold Justice. Sunday school 10. Worship 11 and 7. Church of Christ 1087 Eighteenth street. William Cain Bible school 10. Worship 11 and Ascension Lutheran 2210 Grand avenue. The Rev. Denny J. Brake. Worship 8 and 10 Sermon: "On An Empty" Lutheran Church of the Resurrection _ 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zwanziger. Worship 8 anc Sunday school St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri Synod) 915 Twenty-seventh street. The Rev. John D. Huber, jr. Worship 8 and Sunday school First United Methodist 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. M. Steffenson. Worship and 11. Sermon: "Good News for Dark Prairie Chapel United Methodist _ Route 3. The Rev. Clive Cook. Sunday school Worship First Presbyterian 802 Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A. Miller. Sunday school Worship Sermon: "Sacrifice and the Reformed Presbyterian 965 South Fifteenth street. Sunday school 10. Worship 11. Church of God (Seventh Day) 600 Ninth avenue. W. J. Kuryluk, pastor. Song service Sabbath school 10, worship 11, Saturday. Friday, Bible study 8. United Seventh Daj Brethren 2400 Second avenue. W. Allen Bond, pastor. Worship 10, church school 11 NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) Wholesale esg offerings irregular hut fully adequate. >emand liqht to fair Friday. Whites: large 62-65. Fancy medium 56-59. Fancy smalls 44-47. Butter offerings about adequate. Demand generally tight. Creamery 93 score cents; 92 score 6712-63. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO Wholesale selling rices as reported by USDA: Butter: rices paid delivery to Chicago steady 9C core fiWj; 92 score 65'A; 90 score 61V2. Eggs: Prices paid delivery 1o Chicago eaoy: prices lo retailers: Grade A In artons delivered: Extra large 65-68; rge 64-66; medium Denies Venue Change In Hall Case IOWA CITY District Judge Ansel Chapman Friday denied >oth state and defense requests n the James Hall murder case. The state requested a change venue. Judge Chapman said the glare of publicity has not )een forced on this trial, on this efendant, or the state to such an extent that a reasonable like-yhood exists that the parties an not receive a fair trial in ohnson county." The defense requested the murder charge against Hall be ismissed claiming there was ot sufficient evidence in the nil of particulars or the indictment. Judge Chapman set aside this efense motion and ordered the rial to proceed as scheduled in May. Hall is accused of the March 3, 1973, slaying of Sarah Ann ttens, a University of Iowa Boosts by Bethlehem Steel BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) -Bethlehem Steel Corp. has announced price increases of 5 to 11 percent on a wide variety of steel products. The increases, effective immediately, were mostly on leavy-construction steel, the second-ranked steelmaker said in ts announcement Friday. Bethlehem said the price likes were originally scheduled or Jan. 1 and Feb. 16 but were delayed by the Cost of Living Council. On Thursday, the council al-owed the steel industry to increase prices immediately to cover cost increases through the end of January and to boost >rices once a month to reflect ligher Monday for Charles Barnhart, 91 COLESBURG- Charles (Cub) Barnhart, 91, who had been aking his home with his aughter, Jessie Butters, 1567 ghth avenue, Marion, died in Cedar Rapids hospital Friday. Born in Colesburg Sept. 8, 182, he was a retired farmer, nd had been making his home th Mrs. Butters the last 23 ars. He was married to the bnner Bertha Kottke near olesburg Oct. 26, 1903. Surviving in addition to Mrs. utters are two other daugh-rs, Mrs. Bernard Stoeffler, VI a r i o n and Mrs. Harold Crimes, Colesburg; five grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, a brother, Russell Barnhart, -olesburg, and a sister, Mrs. Harry Gull, Colesburg. Services: Monday at a.m. at Appleton funeral home, Sdgewood. Burial: Brown ceme-ery, Colesburg. Friends may :all at Appleton's after a.m. Resigns As ACT's President IOWA CITY Fred who is in his seventh vear as president of The Amer-ean College Testing Program, has resigned and accepted an appointment with the University of Arizona at Tucson. He will become professor of ligher education and, in addi-ion, will be involved in develop-ng special programs that would nclude creation of a center for he study of higher education. The appointment will be ef-ective with the beginning of the 974-75 fall semester at that late university, which has an nrollment of more than tudents. He will remain at the ACT national office here as ACT's chief administrator until ext fall. Before taking over as prcsi-ent of ACT in 1967, he was the ounding president of what is ow California State university t Hayward, from 1959 to 1967. At the time he accepted the ,CT appointment, he was presi-ent-elect of the American Association of State Colleges nd Universities. "It has been my personal hope iat 1 might conclude my pro-essional career as a teacher nd counselor in the field of ligher Harcleroad aid in announcing his resigna-on December 51.62 52.62 Live hoys: July 44.12 October 45.80 47.30 December 47.50 April 43.45 POSTVILLE BEEF The Postville beef mar-ket Friday quoted prices tor prirrm steers S40.00-S42.50; choice steers good steers S38.00-S39.00; standard steers choice heifers -40.00-41.00; good heifers utility cows S27.00-S33.00; canners and commercial ccws bulls 540. 00-542. 00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) Hogs: 200-230 Ib. barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; heavier steady to 25 lower; 1-3 200-240 Ib. 38.503V.OO; several lots 1-2 find some 1-3 39.25; 2-3 240-260 Ib. 37.00-3B.75, some 38.7W9.CO; steady to 25 tower; some SO lower; 375-650 (b. 32.25-33.50. Cattle: 700 cattle and calves; not enough slaughter steers and heifers for adequate price test; bulk of fresh receipts cows, these mostly steady; feeders consigned to Friday auction; utility and commercial cows 31.50-34.00; lew utility 34.25-34.50. JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET. 111. steers steady to 75 lower, heifers 50 in limited volume, choice steers 45.50-47 CO; good and choice 44.00-45.50; hiqh choice and prime heifers 1 load .55.00; choice 44.00-45.CO; no canncr or cutter cows. Hogs 900; fully steady; No. 1-2 200-230 Ib. 39.00-39.50; No. 1-3 200-34Q Ibs 3H.55 39.00; Nc. 2-3 240-260 Ib. 25; No. ?-4 240-380 Ib. Monday estimated rcccipls: cattle, ihogs. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY CAP) (USDAi-Hogs butchers moderately active 50-75 higher, instances 7.00 higher; U.S. 1-3 190-240 Ib. 38.75-39.25i SOWS 25-50 higher; U.S. 10 350-600 Ibs 33.25-34.00. Came 200. WEBSTER LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY Gallic 25, not enough lo sc) markel Irond; cows and bulls steady; 'cows 2V.CO-3 bulls 37.00-Hoys ECO; butchers 25-50 hlohor, bulk 3n.CO-3B.50, lap 39.0; sows 25 higher, bulk 3-J.OO, IOP 34.50; boars 200-250 Ib. 32.00.32.25; 2SO-350 Ib, 350-700 Ib. 29.00-M.50 Mondny csllmatc; callle 200, tioos Citian Charged Hit-Run Accident IOWA CITY Two Iowa City women, Beatrice Schlasser, 75, and Madge Vickroy, 62, were injured in an alledged hit and accident here Friday afternoon. 1 Police said a car driven by Herman Evans crossed the center line, striking a car driven by Miss Vickroy. Evans then allegedly left the scene of the accident. He was apprehended shortly afterwards and was charged with leaving the scene of a personal accident and driv-ng left of'the center line. Mrs. Schlasser was treated or a fractured wrist and broken 'ihs at Mercy hospital. Miss Vickroy was treated for bruises ind Minneapolis Broadcast Licenses WASHINGTON (AP) The ustice department, which is rying to break up newspaper-iroadcasting combinations in 3es Moines and St. Louis, has ixlcndcd the effort to the Min-icapolis-St. Paul area. It asked the Federal Commu-licalions Commission Friday wt to renew the broadcasting iccnses of the three WCCO ra-Jio-television stations in Min-icapolis because of their f Gazette Classified Want Ads "The Marketplace for Eastern Iowa Help Agencies ROUTE SALES WE ARE voung. distribution llwl Ms opeliwi for individual who dWJrei a challenQina 10 advance, Good itarl-IIVQ salary, and company bencNh. (owa ErWHOymMl Service, 601 Blti S.E, An equal TIMESTUDY ENGINEER CNE Of llw nallon's laregsl an. oraWIIW MflbOTd K MtinllM mjnuiac U In HMD 01 4 TlmesludY En alnecr lo asitst In nXlntfilniiK uoStlra Improving and expand InVll" cslabllinw Standard Cos person we are looklw If irwuM Mvo vwri exoer In HmeshxlY. methods and- related lietds. M.T.M. Ira n Ina would be very desirable. SOME 01 ine would Include laKlna llmeitudles. process wrt Ina. auditing standards, melha Improvement, plant layout an equipment testifications. PLEASE submit your resume slat n experience ard salary bacKoroulK In strict confidence to: James Fackler Control-0-Fax Corp BOX Waterloo, Iowa An Equal Opportunity Employer Fa tiie wont odi aveiose wcudi for futt avd A numbef tn of TKe counh 01 tout wudi. dvctgc it if oie catted if Uit i SMELLING bUIlt IMS PHUKE IE 10WEH. MO Is! 2-mcHth-old Keeshound WPPV u.eiplr.a (tec co Ur, (oca tusfr brown and nray, vicinity 30th S( Df. SE. ___ r.__ ____ SIM FOR reiyrn of me tools stolen from mv 1970 intKf al nlQtil, PLACEMENT 203, Iowa Theatre Btda. j DE AMINES P.M. Day Pvb. 1 1 A.M. Sot. for Sun. A.M. Sol. far Mon. S-i Sot. CQRRECTIONS-CANCEUATIONS 8 to 9 A.M. of Pub. H. -30A.M. Sol. for 2 goid rings, 1 wiih peads and 1 with diamond, vicinity of 3M-70U. _______ LOST Converiibte. wWi over black. 5M394K. RE EMPLOYMENT 417 1st AVE., SE Billfold, on Bever bus, Thurs Reward, papers especially wantei Dial Help Girl or lady to live In, help with house work, some phone dowering New dome. Private room and TV, Good wanes to righl person, present girt leaving lor 1_PM training March 1. Has been here Id months. Can start Ffb. IS o.' later. Reference required, can talk to present girl. iufs. Oon Stlcxle, Anamosa, Iowa. 8 Cath in Advance: Claiiifkatiom 32-36-38-700 20-140 THE GAZETTE will not be itiipontible for moie Irian one incorrect insertion and only for (hot portion of the od that may hove been rendered vaWtdii by luch error. Pleoie check your advertisement the firtl day. Out-of-Town Wanl Ads Are Payable in Advance The I -time tote applies lo oil out-of-stole Palace HOURS 12 p.m.- 1> a.m. Morda ifirouah Saturday. Saunas. Snow ers. Whirlpools, complete in mas saqes. Take advantane ol our new crice chanqa. 393-1974 ALSO GENTLEMEN'S LEISURE HOUR out call 393-6li4 3 p.m. t 11 p.m. 3UPHR Summer Camp for Chi orcn 8-17 Two and Icjr week Ffr riods. Camp L ncoln for boys Ukt> Huccrl f o r fllrls BrainerrJ, Minn. Mrs Dob Fletch cr. STORE MANAGERS ASSISTANT STORE MANAGERS MANAGER TRAINEES FAST growing aoricultural or ente retail chain ooeratlna In 29 slate has Immediate openings In th above positions. Current expanslo plan have created these open nos Applicants should be aofiresslv management oriented inaividua who are seeking a nrowih posltlo with unusual chance (or advance ment, and who are willing t relocate in order to capitalize o opportunities to move up In our or oanlzation. Some bacKa round agriculture a must. Some retail ex oerlence desired but not reauired. START a career with our compan which has a reputation ot promo Ing from within. Excellent start n salary and benefits proa ram, in ciudinq health and lite Insurance pension and proflt-sharlno. FOR an appointment write Indlcatin work and salary history to TSC STORES 4040 University Ave. Hwy. 218 Waterloo, Iowa 50701 Attention: Mr. James Wilson position with East Central Iowa Association of Regional Planning commissions, salary UP to SM.toO. Degree In planning or related field, 2 years experience In planning or regional administration desirable. Apply to J. Patrick White, Chairperson, 22'A S. Dubu-ciue St.. Iowa City, la. Phone 351-6556. Affirmative action employer. Person to wait tables and serve cocktails Perl lime nights. Must be 18. THE INN 175 Jacolyn Dr. Dial 398-8234 Pay For 6 Days, Get The 7th DAY TREASURED PHOTOS RESTORED and reproduced. Brin vours In lor a free estimate. Dun can Studio. Town and better muscle tone and hel to regulate Try Evan Masso Theraov Treatments, 36 3 EASY WAYS To Place Your Want Ad 1. By Phone 2. By Mail 3. Stop In pregnancy. Courselln available by 1 censed, cerWIe agency. 362-3149, Hillcrest oerson to bus dishes over noon hour. Apply In person after 5 p.m. KOZY INN 1004 Isl Ave. NE. ACCEPT welfare and prlva patients. ML Vernon Rest Homes Mt. Vernon, la. 895-6675. YOUR circulation You muscles ache? Try Masso Therap at Evans, TIME GENERAL OFFICE and SHIPPING CLERK Perman-enl Doslllon. Phone (or P'jESTtONS on or about th Bible answered. 377-9333. JU KARATE. Clerk Wanted Shada's Market Call In Person J13 Tnlrd Avenue MECHANIC WE have en opening on our n qh shin. Rale or pay S5.SO lo S4.U Der flat rate hour dependlna o experience and qualifications, u.m. to A.M. Monday-Fr day. APPLY IN PERSON TO BILL MACK TRUCK SERVICE MGR. BOB ZIMMERMAN FORD 1st Ave. East at 40lh St. 364-018 ANNOUNCEMENTS and Distressad? Birth right. Mon.-Fri.. 7-10 p.m. theatre acting, slnqlng puppetry, dancinn. Reasonabl rates, certified. IMMEDIATELY 2 people for housekeeping department al HOWARD JOHNSON Motor Lodoe, 383-8101, ask for Mrs. 2 Card of Thanks SCOTT A. WORDS can not express enough the many thanks in our hearts today for1 the beautiful expressions of kindness and love bv Scott's relatives, friends, classmates and nelfjhbors. In our hours of bereavement following his sudden death. Scotty toved life and you'1 all were so much a part of it. The families of Scott A. Sarvicoi HELP JUBILEE CAFE RESTAURANT WE ARE now taking applications for persons to wait tables. Apply in person. 1337 Wilev Blvd. 4 In S Mortuaries TO WAIT TABLES a.m.-? D m. Apply in person BUTTERFLY DESK TRAINEE FAST qrowlno heatinq, air cond tlonlnq, refrigeration wholesal distributor. Experience or voca tional trafnlna in related field pre ferred. Excellent advancement op Dortunlties and fringe benefits Apply: THERMAL CO. 210 3rd Ave. SW. NOVAK MONUMENT CO.-203 14th Ave. SE Dial RESTAURANT WE ARE now taking applications lor ln 12 Lost LOST: Light brown and white St. Bernard, Center point, Urbana area. Collect 443-5845. S50 TRAINEE AUTOMOTIVE background and sales experience helpful. Send resume to Gazette Box LOST. Pregnant Siamese Cat. Noel-ridpe area. Reward. APPRENTICE LEARN plastic mold maintenanc and buUdinq. Must have machln shop training or 'equivalent ex cenence. Manufacturing Specialities Inc. Swisher, la. 957-367 CALL VIRGIL AMES REWARD for relurn of purse from my SW side home 2-22-74. AM EXPERT WILL HELP "YOU WRITE A BEAUTIFUL WANT IN PERSON DRAGON t-iorat Cocrcjina Ion TOMAN FLORIST GIFT SHOP oii Center Point Rd. NE and WOMEN for Masseuse and Masseur Good pay, must have transportation. Call for anpointment from 1 to 6 PRINTING, ALL KINDS SERVICE PRESS AND LITHO CO.. iNC., 1105 Third Street SE, MANAGER INDUSTRIAL SALES orqanizatior requires person to manage offic and warehouse operation. Respon sible for all phases of of let ooeralion plus purchasing and n side phone sales. Salary com rnensurate with experience. Cal 365-5281 or 377-2004 after 5 p.m wanted Nights, p.m. to 1 a.m. Call between 9 and 2 days, own transportation pre-erred. Wedding Receptions CAKES Mrs. Smith. ROOM help and delivery drivers, commission work. in person. Alter 3 p.m. Mr. Bill's. 720 10th Sf., Where to AND GAMES Monday 8 P.M. Benefit C.R. Jaycees KOZY INN 1CW 1st Ave. N.E. for neighborhood tavern, state age and experience. Must have reference. Box E-30 for hardworklnq de pendable person to do [amloria and llnht maintenance work. Thi is a full time position. Experienc not necessary. .Apply In person, Ponderosa Steak House 2275 16th Ave. S.W. An Equal Opportunity Employer BARTENDER Bob's Hideaway SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! VERNON REST HOME NURSES' AIDE NEEDED Call part time openings fo night shift, ideal supplement fo your full time employment. Wage determined by qualifications Pro fessionally fralned. MIDWEST JANITORIAL SERVICE, INC. 1101 J Ave. N.E. Apply P.M. PERSON TO WAIT TABLES Part time. 71 a.m. lo 2 R.m. Mon. thru Fri. 2712 Ml. Vernon Rd. S.E., person Mon. thru Frf. nlqht 6-6 Cedar Rapids Twin Drive-in Zobac Construction ComDcnv, Inc. We Do Commercial or Resided ial Repair "IT'S HOME IMPROVEMENT TIME" Member National Home improvement Council "We Are Bonded" TAX SERVICE Returns prepared within 48 hours ACCURATE AND REASONABLE 2835 Johnson Ave. N.W., 363-0869 (next to Dairy Queen) HOURS 1 TO 9, SEVEN full time person for business office, must have some bookkeeping and drive car. Regis High School, 365-6991, ext. SIDING APPLICATORS ALSO 1 or 2 GOOD EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS Send resume to Gazette Box P.M ROUTE ASSISTANT BUS MECHANIC APPLY Linn-Mar school, 377-7376. After 5 call tractor and straight truck i drivers, reliable, must have qood attendance record. Permanent. 931 Rockford Rd. NEEDED HOSPITAL lo slart Intensive Can Unit, salary commensurate will experience. CONTACT: Eloise Meyr, Direc'o of Nursina Velerans Memorial Hosoital Waukon, Iowa 52172 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. Apply al Country Cafe, East of Marion. GENERAL BUILDING REPAIR SERVICE and maintenance. Minor and malor jobs. New work-remodeling, etc. If you want good workmanship, call Holtz Consfruc lion TIME help for Candy Sales in store. Apply In person, Fanny Farmer, 129 3rd Ave, person needed lo wa tables days. Good salary and 1 ps Blue Cross and Blue Shield avail able. Apply in person sfler S p m KOZY INN 1HM 1st Ave. N.E. Phons asuM for farm work, all grain, above average wages, April 1st. Write Gazette Box CONCRETE CONST. DRIVEWAYS, walks, steps, patios, basements, garage floors, e c. Free estimates. L. Gcphart, TAX SERVICE ACCOUNTING SERVICE Individual Bus ness Corp. COMPLETE with out of slate mov-ng sa e of em-p ovee expense not 5 ock dividends and Iransactions. 113 EXECUTIVE PLAZA L. D. (LOU) DUDAK By Apnt. needed Linnwood Acres. 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 377-7S95 after TAMA PACKING itK your home or mine. Cedar Hills, 2 children 4 and days. DICK'S TREE SERVICE GUARANTEED experienced farm family, muse furnished, also other benefits. 'ime cooks 1st and Ire fflfre rpLrson0 hard SAMBO'S RESTAURANT 3707 1st Ave. SE State, Single Person, 3Ind Year. We Never Close FRANK GORUP 004 Street N.E. PAINTING-PAPERING Winter Free SITTER wanted, my home, 1 afternoon a week. Own transportation. Moonshadow Const. Co. New Home? Remodeling? Roofing? Give us a call. 362-6766 af er now open for experienced beauty operator. Call semMruck driver Also experienced, stralqhl truck George H. Caspers 462-TU wanted, part-time days, SW. IOWA Installation and Repair Co. build repair windows, screens, doors, lay tile, carpeting, counter tops. 354-2749, free Work lead guitar player, hard rock, rock, etc. some typlnq. Applv ir PJS" Frf. nlqhl 6-8 Twin Drive-In The steady or part-time. Gcod terms PAINTING, REASONABLE JERRY VuSDINGH, Reasonable, insured, experienced. Tree Services help with my housework on Friday. Manager Needed CONCRETE WORK, block laying, dirt. Water, basement repair, excavating. John Fields, REPAIRS Chimneys, Gutters to assist training horses. 363-ENERGETIC oerson to help and wile learn for lanllorla work, eveninos a week, ca Si 2595 for appointment. RUG SHAMPOOING By Vet 365-2996 or permit, preferably on the SW side. 364-0484. SMALL carpenter cbs, prompt at boat show. Call 393-8710. MAKE A NOTE of the new Want Ad Number floral desioner Applv In person Four Season Florists. 3028 Mt. Vernon Rd S E PAIR. Concrete breaking, basement Stark, VINYL and Programmer Thalthcr Plastic Packaging hos an immediate opening lot a qualified computer programmer. Applicant should have minimum 1 yeoi experience preferably with a System 1 1 1 Model 10 using R.P.G. Salary commensurole with experience, excellent working conditions and fringe benefits. Apply in person or call for appointment. Thatcher Plastic Packaging Muscotine, Iowa P.O. 311 319-263-3611 An Equal Opportunity Employer PAINTING, interior, exterior. Free estimates. MERViN LARSON Son. 3i.1-.322. SERVICES. ALL KINDS. REASONABLE. PHONE R. K. MAHURIN PAINTING AND HOME REPAIR. CRATING and packaaino of all kinds, domestic ar.d overseas. Merchants Delivery, removal, cheap rales. palnllno, and odd lobs. Reasonable. 365-5993. ROOFING and remodelinn, carpenter work. Bruce. WAUPAPERING-PAINTING REFERENCES Bill Jarvl! BREEDEN TREE SERVICE Estimates nlven, Insured. pa nter, Iree estimates. 362-7526, siding, application, _jjub-contraciPng_bM_5. 364-2663. 'OSiflON wanted" for addressing envelopes. Gulte'rs, Roofs and Repair Cement, L. D. "Don" Craft, Terry Melsha Upholsterin'g FINE FABRIC SAMPLES, man needs work, exper -enced painter. 362-7526 or HOUSE PAINTING, Work CERAMIC Tile and Carpet nstnllcd 377-M3J after 4 HOUSE NURSERY Long Stale Licensed 2 UKATIONS-Call 366.1302 3516 Center Point Road NE 2401 Flrsl Avenut TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR MACHINE OPERATORS BORING MILL OPERATORS ELECTRICAL WIREMEN MACHINISTS, ETC. COIITAC! FACTORY PERSONNEL OFFICE MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO 764-6771 AM OPPORTUNITY HAULING SERVICES. ALL KINDS. REASONABLE. PHONE SPECIALIZING In PATCHING nnd PLASTERING, Ed Simon, ST. DAY CARE CENTER A Warm reassuring place To Bo Early childhood Development slaf 6-6_Mon..Frl. 713 8th St. SE 362-2631 E X PERTE lice D 6 am., mull be toilet trained. _J36_33rd Ave. S.W., 3SS-5549. BAOYSniiHG my home days, 3 S1- "-E-BABYSITTING, 2rd shjll, "my N.W ma' CUTCO AND WEAREVER Sales and Service 363-OI5? erlor. L. Halo, SNOW "BOOT E ____ 343-053) Harry's Wai 17365-66 LIGHT HAULING AND CLEANUP Anv Kind, Any Time. ALTERATIONS. 365-K76 B Avo. NW CHIMNEY and foundation repair, OT-3W. ___ _____ Ray Musll, BABYSITTING WANTED 34J-2310 EXPERJENCr-D 'third' plnymales, N.E. 34 Dookkooplng Tnx sldo, nnytlmo. VLCKO 4 SON TAX ____________ 362-9078 PAYROLLSrooOKKIHEPING TYPING, INCOME TAX In Horllibrook, play, malm, ,'oncod yard. 393J07J. LADY WANTS DAY WORK M'.-mtit, sifflNO wnntmli my liomn, Dnvs, Codflr Illtts rtfon,   

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