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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Style and comfort at purse-soothing prices! Men’s Knit Dress Shirts 4.79 EACH REGULARLY 5.99 EACH Lightweight polyester and nylon dress shirts help him keep his cool. Short sleeve shirts have fashionable long pointed collars. Knit dress shirts come in a variety of prints and a great selection of color combinations. Men's dress shirts in 14»/j thru 17. Cedar Rapid*: Alala Bar, Downtown Straot Floor, Downstairs Budget Store and Lindale Pima Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore MONDAY HOURS, CEDAR RAPIDS: KILLIAN’S DOWNTOWN 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. . . LINDALE NOON to 9:00 P.M. MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITY: 10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Step into some of the most comfortab*e styles ever . . . step into a shoe by Joyce! Patent leather styles in black, red, white or blue. Slip-ons, strap accents and more! Sizes 5Vi thru IO. AAA to B widths. Sale for a limited time only. Not all sizes in all styles. Cedar Rapids: Downtown Third Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Cantor on Six at Sycamore Sale! Casual Clogs 4.88 Regularly 7.00 Soft cushioned insole for comfortable and casual stepping out. Medium platform and wedge. White, beige, red/yellow/green. 5Va to IO. Odor Rnpidii Downstair* Budget Star* and Lindale Plaid Iowa Cityi Mall Shopping Cantar on Si* a* Sytomoro Killian's Clearance! Joyce Patent Shoes 14.90 Regularly to 23.00 — .un::,p| : . Ss* J .... I ur Business! Meetings this week of public, tax-spending agencies Moaday 9 ii.rn. — Linn supervisors in session to canvass the cable television election. Room 103, courthouse. 10 a.m. —Linn supervisors. Open session. Room 103, courthouse. 3:30 p.m. Linn county commission of veteran affairs. Regular meeting. Room 235, Linn County Health center, 400 Third avenue SR. 7 p.m. — Fairfax library bojird. Regular meeting. Fairfax public library. ( p.m. — Linn county conservation board. Informal and informational meeting. Headquarters building, Fairgrounds, Central City. 7:30 p.m. — Linn county board of health. Regular I meeting. Linn county health department, 751 Center Point road NE. 7:30 p.m. — Maine township trustees. Regular meeting. Central City fire department building. Tuesday 8:30 a.m.— Cedar Rapids city council. Informal I meeting. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hail. IO a.m. — Linn supervisors. Regular meeting. Room J 103, courthouse. 2:45 p.m. —Cedar Rapids zoning commission. Sixth I floor, conference room, city hall. 3 p.m. — Cedar Rapids planning commission. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hall. 4 p.m. — Ad hoc committee on alcoholism. Regular | | meeting. Lower level, conference room, Linn County i Health center, 400 Third avenue SE. I I I- Wednesc/ay 9 a.m.— Cedar Rapids city council. Regular meeting. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hall. 1:30 p.m. — Technical advisory committee. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hall. 7 p.m. — Fairfax city council. Regular meeting. Fairfax city hall. Thursday Noon — Cedar Rapids recreation commission. Regular meeting. Squaw Creek school. 1:30 p.m.— Linn supervisors. Room 103, courthouse. 4 p.m. — Metro subcommittee of housing and com- | munity development committee. Fourth floor, council I chambers, city hall. 7 p.m. — Marion Independent schools. Regular meet- j ing. Board of education offices, 650 South Fifteenth f street, Marion. 7:30 p.m. — Nonmetro subcommittee of housing and community development committee. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hall. 8 p.m. — Hiawatha city council. Regular meeting. Hiawatha city hall, council room. Friday ll a.m. — Cedar Rapids urban renewal board. Sixth floor, conference room, city hall. Noon — Community coordinating board. Regular meeting. Lower level, conference room, Linn County Health corner. 'J • I Im* Taxpayers’ Questions On Federal Taxes . . . Agents 9 Answers One Week Left to take advantage of this Spring Sale of Custom Co-ordinates! rn OFF Select just the right fabrics to freshen up your windows . . . from our brand new collection of casements, sheers, antique satins, tex- —^ tured weaves and more in splendid home colors. We make them (tty to the width and exact inch length you specify. Plus, you can get coordinated spreads to match. But hurry, this special offer ends soon!l Please bring in your window measurements. Downtown Fifth Floor Is it true that transportation expenses to get medical care or to render services for a charitable organization are deductibles? Yes. If you drive your car (or take a bus, hire an ambulance) to get to a doctor or a hospital for medical care, you may deduct what you pay for gas, oil, parking fees, etc., as a medical expense (subject to the general limitations on medical expense deductions). Instead of the actual amount paid, you may deduct a standard mileage rate of six cents for each mile you use your car for medical purposes (in addition to amounts spent for parking fees and tolls). A similar rule applies to unreimburscd automobile expenses for services you render to a charitable organization, such as using your car to pick up old clothes for your church or collect funds for the cancer association. For more details, see your form 1040 instructions. * * * How does income averaging work? Tho income averaging method permits a part of an unusually large increase in taxable income to be taxed in lower brackets, thus resulting in a reduction of the over-all amount of tax due. For more details, see IRS publication 506, “Computing Your Tax Under the Income Averaging Method”. It’s available free from your Internal Revenue office. Questions are those most frequently asked of the Internal Revenue Service. Answers are the service’s. For taxpayer assistance, visit IRS office in Cedar Rapids federal building lobby or call 366-0436. Mail returns directly to Internal Revenue Service Center. Midwest return. Kansas City. ‘ 'i' Boys and Girls, Mr. Bunny is Here “Come in and have a hoppin' good time with me and get your yummy Easter treat." The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Run., Mar. 31, 1974 5^ Killian’s Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY I 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Mr. Bunny's Hours: Downtown Third Floor Friday, April I 2 Saturday, April 6 and I 3 10:00 to I 2:00 Noon and 1:30 to 4:30 PM Lindale Plaza and Iowa City Saturday, April 6 and I 3 10.00 to 12:00 Noon and 1:30 to 4:30 PM Sunday, April 7 1:30 to 4:30 PM Friday, April I 2 1:30 to 4:30 PM and 6:00 to 8:00 PM
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