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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Governors Assn. says he is so inspired by President Nixon; that "I'm going to break my neck" to keep him in office. Judging from their comments Friday, Nixon made a deep im- pression on the G.O.P. gover- nors during a 25-minule speech, outlinging his view of the U.S. role in the world, at a White Small Town Liquor Store Funds Voted DES MOINES (AP) The; Iowa house voted 65-26 Friday; to fatten the Iowa beer and liquor department's budget so it can continue operating seven used to he" before" eruption of sma" loml stale stores il i the Watergate scandal. (had planned to close. "Real Understanding" I Thc bil1' which now gws to 10 The Cedar Sat., Mar. 9, 1974 Nixon Scores ToRepublh WASHINGTON (AP) The chairman of the Speech :an Governors enthusiastically adding "people felt good, like il House night. state dinner Thursday Few went as far as Gov. Win- field Dunn of Tennessee in pledging fealty to the President but even outspokenly critical Tom McCall: of Oregon called Ihe tone of the evening "some- thing ecstatic." "It sort of made Watergate; recede from that old house, if only for three McCall said. "Need Him" "I have never been more in- spired, I have never been more elated, I have never been more said Dunn, adding "Your children and my children need a man wtih his grasp for the next three years." "I'm going to break my neck, I'm going to do everything I can to protect him and keep him in Dunn said. Governor Robert Ray of Iowa said he felt the President "was "What impressed everybody is that his remarks ciearl] showed a real understanding o' world and international affairs Unfortunately, this heavy black cloud hangs over his achieve Ray said. The lowan said there is a grow ing feeling "let's not be convict- ing people until the evidence is Asked if he would, like Dunn, break his neck to keep the Pres- ident in office, Ray said "as- suming he's not guilty." He added, "I think he is entitled to a fair hearing and that is what these investigating committees are all about." Senate Votes For Boost in Wage Floor WASHINGTON (AP) The senate for the second time in this congress has passed a bill raising the minimum wage from to an hour for 56 million U.S. workers. Sponsors said this time, how- ever, they believed there was a fair chance either President Nixon would sign the legislation or his veto could be overridden. He vetoed the 1973 bill, almost identical to the one passed Thursday, and was sustained in the house by a comfortable 23- vote margin. But a 'number of Republicans who voted to uphold him last year have reportedly changed their minds. ..A 69-22 vote sent the legisla- tion to the house, where a labor subcommittee has approved a similar measure. The senate -vote for the bill was substantially greater than the 64-33 margin by which the 1973 measure passed. In addition to raising the wage floor, the bill would ex- tend wages-and-hours-act cover- age to seven million additional workers, repeal overtime pay exemptions which apply in sev- eral industries and tighten law on child labor on farms. The new coverage would in- clude five million state, federal, state and local employes includ- ing firemen and policemen, one million domestics, and an addi- tional retail store workers. Nixon opposed all the new coverage. In addition he insisted that the bill include a youth dif- ferential permitting lower wage rates for 16-and-17-year-olds but the sponsors would not agree to this. Arguments in Millsap Appeal To Be March 26 Arguments will be held in the Kenneth Millsap case in Linn district court at 9 a.m. March 26. Millsap appealed to the court the decision of the Cedar Rapids civil service commission .that he be demoted from lieutenant to detective and that he be sus- pended without pay for two months. I The commission decision Aug. 30 altered the suspension ordered by the chief of police on: May 25, based on an incident inj which Millsap was arrested for! intoxication and resisting an ficer. i No new evidence will be pre- sented at the court hearing. The parties agreed to have the case Disclosure Edict On Illegal Gifts WASHINGTON (AP) i_ Cor- porations and their officers found guilty of making illegal campaign contributions must report that fact to their stock- holders, the Securities and Ex- change Commission says. "Such a conviction is material to an evaluation of the integrity of the management of the cor- poration as it relates to the operation of a corporation and the use of corporate the SEC said Friday. It said the information should include whether corporate funds used in the contribution will be paid back, whether the corpora- tion will reimburse its officers for any fines, whether the con- tribution involved any un- disclosed tax consequences and "what steps, if any, the corpora- tion is taking or will take to avoid recurrence of such activi- Iho senate, would add to the department's budget. The department last summer announced plans to open eigh new stores in larger population centers. But to do so, the de- partment said, it would have to shut down seven low-profit small town stores, including the one at What Cheer, because its operating budget would not war- rant their continuation. Because of numerous protests by legislators, however, the de- partment agreed to continue Derating the seven stores if the legislature would approve a sup- )lemental appropriation to pay :he cost. A bill to authorize the depart- ment to establish special liquor distributorships in private, small-town businesses was con- sidered earlier this year by the louse, but it ran into stiff op- position and was sent back to committee for further study. Bonanno Released LOS ANGELES (AP) Un- derworld figure Salvatore "Bill" Bonanno, 41, has been released from federal prison after serv- ing 39 months. Hearing Slated This Month on Fifth NDP Yeai A public hearing on the fifth year of the Neighborhood Devel- ipment Program will probably be held this month, even though he NDP isn't supposed to have a fifth year. The urban renewal board Fri- day recommended the city council hold the hearing March 7. Although the NDP was sup- losed to expire after its fourth Planning Director Don Sa- yer said there appears to be a ;ppd chance it will be extended "or another year. The action taken Friday was o insure the city will be ready o go with its program if the NDP is extended. The board also recommended ihifting from the general budget to. pay increased NDP relocation costs. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF HEARING AND LETTING AND INVITATION TO BIDDERS Notice, Is hereby given that the City Council of the City at Cedar Rapids, Iowa will meet in the Council Chambers on Ihe 27 day of March, 1974 af a.m. COST, at which lime and place the City Council hold a hearing on the proposed plans, __ification5 and Form of Contract for he Highway U. S. 30 Water Main Reloca- ins located at the intersection of High- vay U. S. 30 with Bowling Street s. W., .th Street S. W. and Wacbnia Avenue S. Sealed bids wilt be received by ihe City of Ceoar Kapios, Iowa at the ottice of me Ciiy Clerk on Ihe Third Floor al City Hall until a.m. COST on tile 27 day of March, 1974, and thereafter in the Council Chambers on the Fourth Floor, all bids rill be opened and read aloud. Proposals rill be acted i by ihe City Council at his same meeting or at such later timi and place as may then be fixed. islsl GalTeet of 12-inch Ductile' approxin The work consists of ihe iollowini -oximately 51 __. .__. _. Cast Iron _ __ Main, 725 lineal feet of which shall be en- cased in 24-inch Steel Casing Pipe; three 2-inch'by 12-inch Tapping Sleeves and salvage one 12-inch Tapping Sleeve and Valve; one 12-Inch Gate Valve; one 6-inch Gate Valve; two Valve Man- holes; relocating two Fire Hydrants; sal- ig three Fire Hydrants, and 25 ton crushed stone si The work al lurface course, ilso includes ludes providing a Two-year Maintenance Bond and cornple- ing all incidental items necessary for complete construction, including testing and disinfection of the completed main. Payment to the Contractor made on the basis of monlhiy estimates equivalent to ninety percent (90 percent) of the contract value of the work complet- ed durim and will _.. __....._._ prepared on the first of each month by he Engineer, who will certify to the City month in question. Such monthly pay ments shall in no way be construed as ai act of. acceptance for any part of th work partially or totally completed. Final payment of the remaining ten percent {if fays after completion and final accep- comple olution lercent) will be made thirty-one (31 "on and final accep ______ ________ jf the City Council of he completed contract, subject to the conditions and in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 573 of the Code of owa, latest edition. All proposals shall be submitted in t1 12) copies of forms furnished bv the City, sealed and plainly marked. Any alteration of the proposal form may be cause for Each proposal shall be accompanied In a separate envetooe by a certified check drawn on a solvent bank and made pay- able io Ihe Treasurer of the City of Cedar 7apids, Iowa, or a deposit of cash, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bid- der and acceptable surety, in an amount equal to not less than ten percent (10 oer :ent) of the bid. The successful bidder will be reouired o furnish a bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100 percent) of Ihe contract price, said bond to be issued by a responsib'e surety approved by the Citv Council and shall guarantee the prompt payment of all materials and labor and save harmless the City of Cedar Rapids rom claims and damages of any kind caused by ihe operation of the contract. Attention is called to the fact that this contract is subject lo the provisions of Ihe jty of Cedar Rapids Non-Discriminallon Bv v'irfue of statutory authority, prefer- ence will be given io products and nrovisiors arcwn and coal produced with- in the State of Iowa, and io Iowa domes- 'Wrk0 shall beoin within ten (10) calen- dar days after fhe date of written Notice Proceed. shall be compteled by November 1, 1974. PlaT snd on iile In the office of the City Clerk for examina- tion by bidders. A copy of Ihe plans and specifications mav be obtained from Shive-Hatterv and Associates, BOO Is! Street H.W., P. 0. Box 1BB3, Cedar Rapids, Iowa by bonafide bidders with ihe Engineer for each set of documents sn obtained. Each deposit will be refunded If the plans and specifications returned in oood condition within ten (10) davs after ihe bid openino. The City Council reserves Ihe riant fo IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF LINN COUNTY, IOWA FIRST AVENUE BRIDGE BUILDING CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA NOTICE TO: The natural father of Ihe minor child, Paby boy Davis, DOB 1-1674. In the interest of baby boy Davis DOB 1-16-74 a child and concerning Carol Ann Davis and Ihe natural father of baby Davis, unknown, Respondents. You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed with the Clerk of the above-named Court in the interest of Baby Boy Case No. Said Petition alleges that the parent-child rela- tionship between Baby Boy Davis and his parents, Carol Ann Davis and the natural tamer of Baby Boy Davis, wno is un- known to Petitioner, should be terminated as provided -for by the laws of the state of Iowa; that said Petition alleges' that Carol Ann Davis desires for good cause io terminate the parent-child relationship and that in support thereof she has signed a written consent io the termination; "said Petition further alleges that the natural father of Baby Boy Davis has-abandoned said child; said Petition further alleqes that ihe best interests of Baby Boy Davis require that the Ccurt terminate the parent-child relationship between said Baby Boy Davis and his said Pe- tition prays that the Court fix a date, time and place of hearing on said Peti- tion and it further prays that If the Court does not terminate the parent-child rela- tionship, but determines thai conditions of neglect or dependency exist, that me Court find said child to be a neglected and-or dependent child and enter an order m accordance fhe provisions of Sec- tion 232.33 of the 1973 Code of Iowa; said Petition further prays that if the Court terminates the parent-child relationship that the Court deal with said child as by iw provided. For further particulars, ,you will refer to the Petition now on file as aforesaid. You are also hereby notified to appear before the Court at the court- room at the First Avenue Bridge Build- ing, in Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, on or before the llth day of April, 1974, at said matter will come on for hearing before the Court as to whether the parent-child relationship between Baby Boy Davis and his parents, Ihe natural mother, Carol Ann Davis, and the natural father, unknown, should be terminated as is alleged in the Petition and that the Court make a disposition of these matters as is provided for by Ihe laws of the state of Iowa, or make such other and further orders as are in the best Interests of.said child. Unless you appear before said time and place your default will be entered. You are also hereby notified I you hava a right to an attorney if you desire an attorney io represent you but are unable to employ such an attor- ney, an attorney will be appointed bv the Court as is provided for by Section 232.23 of the 1973 Code of Iowa. John F. Locher, Attorney for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque, jowa Petitioner rclcct IliSiX lo'waive anv In- i Ihe bidding. e is Riven bv order of tne of the Cltv of Cedar Rapids, presented on the basis of the evi- dence presented to the commis- sion, along with written and oral! J3X e. ArtStPcSy cSS arguments lo the court. r-Slfep" ________________ March 9m, 1974 and March 76th, 1974, NOTICE OF HEARING ON PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND FOPM OF CONTRACT FOR Water Main P'oe 'ir the Crdar Water DDpar'ment. Notice k hcrebv alven at njrp Ex-Envoy to Britain, Lewis Douglas, Dies TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Lewis W. Douglas, 79, former U.S. congressman and ambassador to Great Britain, died Thursday. Douglas served six years in house before resigning to be- come President Franklin D. Roosevelt's federal budget i director. 'h' o'clock a.m. on March 50. 1974 flt the Council Chambers, City Hall, in tho City nf Cpdar Riplrts, IOWB. fhpro will bt- con- ductfc'l a hearlno Iho nroinsrd foeclflrallons ard form nf wh'rh Co'inrll MIM V'i'h City Clerk ol City of Rai'd-. 0-> thfl coil of Furni'h'nT WaKY th" FOR ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WATER MAIN PIPE IN THE CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA By direction of the City Council of the City of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, notice is hereby given that scaled bids will be received at the office of the City clerk in the City Hall, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, until nine o'clock a.m. on March SO, 1974, and at that lime publicly opened and read in the Council Chambers at the City Hall for supplying water main pipe for the Cedar Rapids Water Department. Specifications are on file in the office of Ihe City Clerk and Water Department, and may be examined at the office of the Water Department, 1111 Shaver Road H.E., Cedar Rapids, Payment for said work will be by City Warrant within thirty days after receipt of materials. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified, cashier's check or bid bond for five thousand dollars payable to the order of the Cily Treasurer of the City of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which sum shall be forfeited in case the bidder fails lo enter into the contract wilhin ten days after fhe contract has been awarded to him. By virtue of statutory authority and provisions, a preference will be given to products grown and produced wilhin the State of No bid may be withdrawn afler the time for opening bids is passed. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids or waive any Informality in any bid, and to accept any considered advantage to the City. Dated this 27th day of February, 197X. John E. Arthurs, City Clerk Published In the Ceder Rapid} Gazette on March 2nd and 9lh, 1974. C.R. Drug Numbers To.report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 If you need help: Foundation II... 362-2174 p.m. lomidnighl) Low Cost Gazette w A N T A D S B I N G R E S U L T S Dial 398-8234 Gazette Classified Want Ads "The Marketplace for Eastern Iowa Help SMELLING SMELLING H.lp Wutwl _ AppLY: _ 2 FARM OPENINGS House furnished and lots of good benefits for: MILKMAN OR GENERAL FARM WORKER Call 364-7073 for MANAGER Mf ffiuwssBsas for t M'W 1 KM nwMsemwl txwrlww-t Llket 4nd plr' i mi ihe ID lupfvlu pewit. j HAI A 'o succeed and It P" U A too Paying ixulllon fflh mmr Irl'w ww'iu-We will receive applicant! 1115 titan el 7.00 P.M. SEE MR. BOB ZIMMERMAN Bob ZIMMERMAN Ford An Enual OpporljnllJ 1st AVe. E. AT 40th ST. PHONE EMPLOYMENT 417 1st Ave. SE. Classified WANT AD RATES ond Help PAYABLE CLERK TO WORK for a large aflorei-flvt tcmpuny, fjf gjjff ftj run a IWtey addfryj machine, 40 wpni, cafcviator. 40-howr work Ij Company oilers lull line of benefits Including hosiMialliation Insurance, paid holidays and vacations, Salary ooen depending upon Reply to Gattile FULL time position for a reliable, stable Individual to work in warehouse and make ellv deliveries. abte to handle freiatit. assume variable duties and learn stock. Exoenence preferred out not necessary. Wages commensurate wltt) Ability. Excellent working conditions. Contact Mr. Scheib or Mrs. Oster ?t CedAr Raplttj ANNOUNCEMENTS 8 MortuariM Consecutive days 35c Per lino per day 8 to 29 Consecutive days 44c Per line per day 3 to 6 Consecutive days 56c Per line per day 1 or 2 NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 20! urn Ave. SE Dial 10 Cemetery or drafting ability required. DESiGM-tayout wartt selms vp for production of mftaneiic signs. No experience necessary, but must have background and abmly to set and overall appearance properly and quickly, and to continually Improve sk k 2 week trial period (or Qualified applicants. Send brief resume to P.O. Box STOREROOM IDEAL parl time position. Wcrk 8 hours on Tues. and Thurs. 6 hours on Sat, 3 hours on Sundays. Duties Include moving freight and filling HOSPITAL CEDAR RAPICJS, CEMETERY lols. 4 In Cedar Mem-_orlal_. ___ 12 lost 4 LOST: Light brown and white St. Bernard, Center Point, Urbana _area. Celled S50 Reward. LOST 2 'female cats, Tbiacki i'lioer striped in vicinity 2nd Avc. and 16th St. S.E. For 4 Doyi, 7th DAY FULL TIME. a.m.-3 D.m. General llQht cleaning. Experlerce heloful. Interviews Mon. and TUGS. 9-12, 1-3. McAuley Hall, House-Keeolno Department. MOUNT MERCY COLLEGE No Phone Calls, LOST. Black and wtme billfold n vicinity of Hamburg Inn, 520 re-ward. of Ad 1 Day 3 Day, o SI. 12 52.64 Parts Counter Person PARTS department. Experience preferred bul we do have a tralnlno lor Ing right person wlFhoul Excellest wanes to aualllled person, many company benellts. Day shit with BOB ZIMMERMAN FORD 1st Ave. E al SI. 304-0111 LOST BEAGLE PUPPY, bacK. black near tail. Answers 1.68 3.96 LOST leweled while gold wrlsl watcln tinders please call 3i3-6016. Reward. LOST: black Labrador, ma e, Baver Park. REWARD. Ling, 2.24 5.26 Supervisor needed for teieohone crisis counseling center dealing wilh problem uations. Involving young people. BA. plus crisis line experience knowledge of counseling psychology required. Position requires workinq late hours evening and some weekends. Send resuma to: Jim Cooney, Dlrec'or PART Time experienced bookkeeper for general office work. Posting figures, sates tax duties and reports. Invoicing and filing. Excellent starling salary. Hours flexible and can be made compatible to individuals situation. Call dally from 1 to 4. 2.80 6.60 8 16 Happy Palace HOURS 12 P.m. 12 Mayday ifi rough Saturday. Saunas, Showers, Whirlpools, complete In mas-saqes. Take advantage of our new price chanoe. 393-1974. ALSO GENTLEMEN'S LEISURE HOUR out call 393-8.156 3 p.m. to 11 MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY ...ORDER A HAPPY ADI DIAL 11, C Ave. NE. WANTED: Girl or lady TO live In, help with house work, some phone answering. New home. Private room and TV. Good wanes to riant person. Present girl leaving for LPN training March 1. Has been here IS months. Can star Feb. 15 or later. Reference required, can taik to present sin. Mrs. Don Stickle. Anamosa, Iowa. OF AMERICA has an opening In their agency office for a steno clerk. Shorthand required. Permanent employment, pleasani working conditions, 5 day week. Excellent employee benefits. Phone 342-3195 for appointment. An equal opportunity PALACE SPECIAL 55 massages on every Sat. thru ihe mon'h of March. Open 12 to 12. 410S Center Point Rd, WANTED: Warehouse work, responsible for shipping and receiving. Capable of assuming responsibility. Pidqeon's Furniture Warehouse 3117 First Avenue SE Aoply In TREASURED PHOTOS RESTORED and reproduced. Br nq yours in for et free estimate. Dun-can Studio, Town and Country. LAUNDERETTE, 1030 Mt. Vernon Rd. SE. 16 front load washers, la top load washers. Surprise! We still have 5c WORKER IMMEDIATE ooenlng for mature person to keep books, answer phone, type, and other general office duties for small company. Must have auto. Phone 345-CH93 for personal PREFERABLY someone who can work with figures and has above average typing skills. Gpod pay, pleasant working conditions. Hours are 3 to 11 p.m. or to p.m. IF interested answer Gazette Box 0-64 giving name, address, phone and why you are qualified. PART TIME WORK MORNINGS 7 to 10 A.M. and evenings 6 to 10 P.M. Floor experience helpful, wages determined by Qualifications. Apply in person 1101 J AV0. N.E. 9-10 A.M- or WE ARE GREAT! CLOBBER COLUMBUS! GO ROYALS! YOUR TO WAIT TABLES PART time in evenings and some days. Must be IB or over, PIZZA HUT 1616 1st Ave. NE Equal Opportunity JU KARATE. WHAT HAPPENED? Bridal Acri Company EXPERIENCED Telephone person-ne Full or part time lobs avail-able now. For interview. Call Mrs. Franks at 365-BH4. l PM to 9 PM Mon thru COUGARS are the Flora Coordination TOMAN FLORIST 4 GIFT SHOP 615 Center Poinl Rd. NE A.M. AND P.M. SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS MINI bus and regular buses. No experience necessary Will train. 10 PRINTING. ALL KINDS SERVICE PRESS AND LITHO CO., INC.. 1KB Third Street SE. CAN YOU share your home? Teenagers in Linn county need foster homes now. If Interested call TO WAIT TABLES Food and Cocktails 18 years or older, benefits. Apply In person 2-5 P.M. CAKES Mrs. Kenneth Smith. PROBLEM pregnancy. Counseling available by licensed, certified agency. 3J2-3149, Hillcrest Where to HELP SOME bookkeeping and Ivplna. Pleasant over the telephone. 32 hours per week, Tues. thru Fri. S300 oer month. 364-4626 or DRIVER MOBILE meals, drive small truck, hours 10-1, 52 per hour plus noon meat. 398-3574 AND GAMES Monday 8 P.M. Benefit C.R. Jaycees KOZY INN 1001 1st Ave. N.E. WILL ACCEPT welfare and private patients. Mt, Vernon Rest Homes, Mr. Vernon, la. LABORERS We need general laborers who can -work days. Temporary lobs for loaders and unloaders. You must have a car and phone. Apply now, no fees. MANPOWER, INC. B58 1st Ave. NE 36S-74S1 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MECHANIC PERMANENT position with good fringe benefits. ReplvMo Box K-60 are Interested in Interviewing a woman to give guidance 'and care for a young child In our home. Reply Gazelle Box. Inq? Try Masso Thereby Trea -menls at Evans, Help Wanted OR FEMALE SHORT HOURS GOOD PAY Apply Holel Mont PREGNANT and Distressed? Birthright, Mon.-Fri., 7-10 P.m. PLACEMENT SUITE 203 Iowa Theater, Bldg. C'-iESTIONS on or about the Bible answered. 377-9333. ASSISTANT MATURE person for professional office, typing, bookkeeping and receptionist. Hours 9 to DF.LIVERY Must have Iransportatlon. Paid daily, apply Montrose Hotel Heritage SERVICE GUIDE jCH Call an Advertiser Now! HELP NEEDED lo wait tables to 2 p.m. APPLY AT EMBASSY CLUB 125 5th Streel SE, or call afternoon receptionist and girt Friday. Apply In person, ALL IOWA BODY SHOP 6733 6th St. MMEDIATE oponlnq afternoons and evenlnos. Contact Robert Wayman, Benton Community School, Newhalt experienced electric arc welders, immediate openings first shift, per- LPNs Winslow House Care Center Phone 'beJwaen B and 2 week days. Business Bookkeeping Tax TO WAIT TABLES-WEEKENDS TROPHY LOUNGE employment. Apply in person to Bob Kine, Kraus Manufacturing Company, a Division of Allied Products, Corp., Walford, ilowa. Zobac Construction Company, Inc. We Do Commercial or Residential Repair "IT'S HOME IMPROVEMENT TIME" Member National Home improvement Council "We Are TAX SERVICE Returns prepared within 48 hours ACCURATE AND REASONABLE 2835 Johnson Ave.. N.W., 363-0369 (next to Da rv Queen) HOURS 9 TO 9, SEVEN mechanic to work on sfeam boilers and overhauling industrial machinery. prefer one wilh weldlna experience. 362-7624 days; niahts 362-6362, Cedar Rapids, ask for Bob OPENING FOR WAITRESS OR WAITERS a.m. lo 7 p.m. Apply in person. BUTTERFLY TRUCK TIRE MOUNTER Full time. Apply 2319 16th Avenue and HEATING FOREMAN Journeymen' Plumbers AND FITTERS FOR COMMERCIAL WORK Please send resume to P.O. Box 315, Belrnond, Iowa 50H1. ORDER COOKS APPLY at Restaurant. Ask for Pal. BARLOW FOODS -1332 EOGEWOOD RD. REPAIR EXPERIENCED and FCC license rwiulred. Watham Flying Service Inc. Municipal WE BLMLD anywhere, your plan or ours. Quality construction Inrouqh-out. R. E. HERTZ CONSTRUCTION farm employee to work on livestock and grain farm. Experience with machinery preferred. Willard Eiler, stanwood, Iowa, all shifts, to start Feb. 25th. Also nurses aides, day shift and housekeeper, full time. HALLMARK NURSING HOME MT. VERNON, IOWA CONCRETE CONST. DRIVEWAYS, walks, steps, patios, basements, garage floors, e c. Free estimates. U Gephart, SERViCE IndividL'al-Business-Rentat-Farm Parlnershlps-Professionals-Corps, BUSINESS use of home-employee expenses not reimbursed stock time maintenance person, experience preferred. Apply at Palmer Memorial Hospital, West Union, CLEANING _ADY or man for office cleaning, part time evenings, also full and part time floor maintenance. Interview 4 to p.m. and 11 to 12 on Sals. 720 3rd Ave. To Wait Tables Full or Part Time Apply in Person Berzinski's Restaurant 1155 7th Ave., Marion TIME Bar help and some-one to waii Apply in person after 6 PM. Jerry's West 715 1st Ave. HOME IMPROVEMENTS EXPERIENCED, reputable, reliable. HOLTZ and transactions sick pay .deductions sale of home forms in slock. 113 EXECUTIVE PLAZA L. D. (LOU) DUDAK By Appt. MACHINISTS OR MACHINE OPERATORS TRIPLE E MANUFACTURING 3200 5th Ave., Advertising Manager for weekly paper. Knowledga of aulcmoblle racing helpful- Apply in parson, no phone calls accepted. HawKGye News, d2? 1st Ave. PAINTING-PAPERING Guaranteed Free Estimates D. J. HINKER, TAX BOOKKEEPING PAYROLLS, TYPING ANTED drivers for good equip-, ment. Call collect Tom Jordan Trucking, Inc. So.o East Coast. 605-232-4369 Dual team West Coasf Moonshadow Const. Co. New Home? Remodellnq? Roofing? Give us a call. 362-6766 after SERVICE Small Business WORK Inquire Securify Reetty Corp. 200 Iff.va Theatre Bldg. SEE HOMER FABRICATORS FOR trailers and motor vehicles. Call 319-393-7443 Mon. thru Fri. for employment opportunity. Work time kitchen help wanted In evenings. Apply in person. LEONARDO'S SOIL Management' Consultants, sampling, analysis and recommendations. 377-S4A9 after CARPENTRY CABINETS or any type construction. Work guaranteed, have opening. Dial 363-5203, JANITORIAL TEAM Man and Wife, age no barrier. Ideal hours and good pay Reply to Gazette Box EXPERIENCED IN HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, ELECTRIC AND PLUMBING Call 622-301] Amana SECRETARY PART time for Marlon office, n-surance experience deslrab e. Please send resume. Including experience and hourly wage expected. Gazelle OWA Installation and Repair Co. repair windows, screens, doors, lay tile, carpetinq, counter tops. 354-2749, free REPAIRS Chimneys, Gutters person abte to get alona with oeoole in their homes with serviceable car, abilily to lift 150 Ibs. Can make S150-S200 per week. Applv In person. 610 Ellis Blvd. EXPERIENCED IN HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING, ELECTRIC. AND PLUMBING Cail 622-3011 Amana, A and D CONSTRUCTION ons Remodeling. Dial trimming HPdge roof repair. Reas; nable. MASSAGERS Apply in person. Liberty House Massage Parlor. 320 Mam St., Dubuque lOAIJ C-r Call LINE Need Qualified Journeyman Eleclr c Line persons. per month. Excellent 'fringe benefits. App y Personnel Dept. City of Mesa, Ariz., P.O. Box 14M, Mesa, Arli. BARNS- GARAGES TORN DOWN, Removed FOR field correclions office. 60-70 wpm ivpinq. Up to 5400 to start. Cal! 39B-3474. An equal opportunity CONCRETE WORK, block laying, dirt. Water, basement repair, ex-cavalinq. John Fields, fcr 2 children. References exchanged. Call between e and carpenter jobs, prompt service, 377-3769 after HAND, married family, to farrow sows. We have paid vacations, Insurance and pension. Amana Society Farm, Leroy Graesser, Wesf, la. 622-3264. RUG SHAMPOOING By Vet 365-2Wfi or WANTED PERSONS full or oart time, call between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. part lime Horticultural Instructor. Contact Mel Essex. 398-54.41 or VINYL and PAPER HANGING WATER AND SEPTIC TANK REPAIR. Concrete breaking, basement drainage. Stark, SERVICES. ALL KINDS. REASONABLE. PHONE lo wait tables, part time, In evenings. Must be IB. Apply In Person LEONARDO'S work 364-1240 before P.M. 3M-2002 person full time niahls. Aonlv any morning. BEEF-A-ROO 4242 Center. Point Rd. N.E. PAINTING AND HOME REPAIR. organist, bass player, 5 gospel singers. Contact Master En-enterprises. PAINTING, interior, exterior. Free estimates. MERVIN LARSON Detectives for Ladles Fash-Ion wear store, part time and weekends. Plnkerton at Town House Motel, sat. or Sun. PAINTING ROGER HAUL most anyihinq, anytime, tree removal, cheap rates. PERSON FOR DESK CLERK Apply in person 9 to 3. Talt Established clientele. Additional benefits. 366-1164 or 366-1023 or 364-1132. man for soring cleanup work. No lob too small. HELP wanted days. in person. Jerry's slttino, Marion area. Call R. K. MAHURIN CONST. Additions. Kitchens, Siding. Wort Free Estimates. VERY experienced house Musi have chauffeur's license. Start immediately. NORWAY GRAIN, NORWAY, babysitter, my home, days, Linwood Knolls. Siller immedlaelv. Hiawatha school district. My home or vours. 2 children. References. 393-5563. PAINTING, REASONABLE JERRY VOSDINGH, Work TRUCK DRIVER time help wanted, 6 a.m.-2 p.m., 5 day week. Donut Land Babysitter In my homt to A.M., 3Blh St. S.E. area. Call after P.M. 3M-5644. WAUPAPERING-PAINTING REFERENCES Bill Jarvis HOUSE NURSERY Long Slate time order filler wanted. Niqhts. Rlchters wanted, my home. to a.m. Near Llndale Dr., Marion. References. 373-4636. BREEDEN TREE SERVICE Estimates a.iven, insured. Call 366-1302 3516 Center Po nf Road ME UQ] First Avenue Reliable male or female stable help to care for American Saddle Bred Horses. Horse experience preferred. Call after 1 P.M. 644-2696 or part time. N.W. area. 362-C584 or Housekeeper, references exchanged. 515-664-5403. Gutters, Roofs and Repair Cemenl, L. D. "Don" Craft. ST. DAY CARE CENTER A Warm reassuring Place To Be early Childhood Development Staff 6-6 Mon.-Fri, 713 8th SI. SE 1 child, my Marlon homo days, on bus. to assist training horses, 343- and WOMEN for Masseuse and Masseur Good pay, must have transportation. CPU 393-1974 for appointment from 1 to 6 wanted on Garbage roulc. wanted, my NW home, nights, 2 children. 565-371X Terry Melsha Upholstering FINE FABRIC SAMPLES, mature, 15 years varied experience. Including legal, desires position in small babysitter 3 children, S.E. nights, Helper after school Nenr Wilson Jr. High 377-6431 alter 4 p.m. HAULING SERVICES. ALL KINDS. REASONABLE. PHONE L Ke to babysit in my home day or night. Part time or full time AIDES FULL TIME 11 to 7, and part time hours. Call mornings, 895-8675. Mt. Vernon Rest CONTROL ENGINEERS OVERWHELMING demand (or our now "MIDI Computer" process (onlrol equipment hos tteoled on immediate requirement .lor quality control engineers. We ore looking (or engineers wilh 1 lo 3 years oxpmiwice in solid stale electronics, a BSEE degree ond a desire lor Iho challenge and Iho abilily lo moke Ihs decisions necessary to provide quality conlrol leadership in a dynamic growing, induitriol business. Previous quality control experience is inuotit, Iw) nol on obsolulo requirement. A thorough knowledge rf slale, including circuits, is an absolute moil. invite qualified engineers to sond resumes, in absolute wnMum loJamosE.Samsel. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. P.O. BOX 2913 BIOOMINGTON, III, 61701 An Utjuul Opportunity Cmpfayir SPECIALIZING In PATCHING and PLASTERING, Ed Simon, Convenient to Cleveland Roosevelt- Kinnslon Stadium, st Ave. N.W. person to learn dry wall trade. Musi be strong and ambitious. Start at Rood CUTCO AND WEAREVER Sales and Service PAPERING, painting, exter or, In-erlor. M. L. Hale, re ined private home. Gazelle BOX ES. INC' INDIVIDUAL for general shop work, experience In supervising other people. Apply In person. 220 35th St., SNOW Care for Infant or toddler, Northbrook, fenced yard Playmates. BOOTH TREE SERVICE High School oraduate wants summer lob iood ofllcc skills. Re -crcnccs. Harry's Dry Wall, LIGHT HAULING AND CLEANUP Any Kind, Any Time. DO HOUSEWORK METAL FABRICATORS ONLY experienced apply. Good wages and Irlngo benefits. CHIMNEY and foundallon repair, luck pointing. 377-.1469. PROFESSIONAL Repair Re" modcllno, kinds. like to do ironings. ____________ 377-7W9. SEWING ALTERATIONS. B Avc. NW lo slay overnight. 2 lo nlohts. 3 children. Drivers license required, Mon smoker. Call 363-7706 for or REMODELING, kitchens, rec room, panolllng, siding, roofing, to wall tables; bartenders and Broiler cook. Apply STEAK-LAND 3U-7681 or 393-2118, CARPENTER WORK Ray Musll, wants occasional tviby-slltlna, experienced, Call IN companion for elderly lady, lldht housework, stato salary requirement and references, 34 Bookkeeping ft Tax Federal and State, Single Person, 32nd Year, We Never Close FRANK GORUP 1M4 17111 Street N.E. 364-5573 VLCKO SON e, HOOKKEEP" ING SERVICE, Pickup and Delivery PARRY ACCOUNTING STATE-FEDERAL TAX to wall tables, 10 P.m. to 6 n.m. Cedar Colo. Apply In W.y home, by or hour, 3littU. WILL babyjli, ifayi.' Bowling St. housokocner-corppiinlon for older ly lady, comlnrtflblo 1 slory homo, IntmcdlAlo oponlno, lull limn days. la-no. BADVSIT'f e'oiJInT'FiiC 2-4 vcflr Old (llrls. I LADIES "DESIRE WANTED, Kfinwood HWKi W M BAOYS'lTTER TO COME IN. Matiiro person a.m. shift. Own Irnni' porWlon. N.E. Rolorcnco ELAM TAX SERVICF REASONABLE RATES, CARE, my homo, 1 chlltl. 1616 Hollywood DM, N.E, hQln (or nrlll nnd counlor work. Apply Hnrnburci Inn. 210 bl Avo. 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