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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Financial and Market News Dow Dips Below 700; 4-Year Low CHICAGO CiKAIN QUOTATIONS Furnished by Lamson Brothers NKW YOUK (AP)—The Dow J ones industrial average, a leading indicator of performance on the New York Stock Exchange, slid 17.83 points Friday to 686.80 — its first close under 700 since July 9, 1970. It was also the biggest one-day drop in the blue chip barometer in nearly seven weeks. Hie main selling targets continued to be big-name glamour issues, which one analyst now calls “former glamours.” The NYSK composite index,! a more broadly based market! index, fell 0.65 to 37.55, a rec-; Ord low since it was established in present form nine years ago. Selling pressure was moderate, with volume totaling 13.59 million shares. Analysts continued to blame pervasive concern over inflation, high interest rates and lack of confidence in the economy. ★ ★ ★ C. R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rapids hog market Saturday were steady. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant delivered butchers weighing 200 to 230 lbs., depending on grade and condition were $37.50-$38.00. Packing sows 300 lbs. down were $30.00-$30.50. Butchers over 230 lbs. are 50c off for each IO lbs, to 250; over 250, 75c for each IO lbs. to 270; over 270 lbs., $1.00 off for each additional IO lbs, of weight. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 lbs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 lbs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 lbs. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers .....$44.00-544.00 Choice and prime heifers $42.00-$44.00 Coed steers ...     $41.00-544.00 Good heifers.......S40.00-$43.00 Standard and utility steers . $37.00-$39.00 Standard and utility heifers $35.00-$38.00 Beef cows ....... .. S23.50-$27.50 Utility cows..... ?22.SO-$26.50 Cutter cows    S23 SO $27.50 commercial cows ..    .    $22.50-126.50 Bulls    $24.00-527.OO (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heifers are discounted $5 per cwt. and yield arado 5 are discounted $10 per cwt.) (Wastv and gobbv overfat steers are $3 and $5 less per IOO lbs. than regular commercial cows.) FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. I Close Prey. I September    ...... 31.40    32.40! October  ............3T.40    30.921 SHEEP Genuine spring lambs, 90-110 lbs., S35.CO S37 OO. Lower graded lambs severe-1 Iv discounted. GRAIN No. I yellow corn, $3.45. No. I yellow soybeans, $7.36. 38 lb. oats, $1.60 Friday prices delivered. POULTRY Iowa live hens, light type, prices most-1 Iv unchanged. Offerings and trading light. Supplies fully adequate. Demand gener-! ally fair. Undertone barely steady. Com- : mercial flocks 53*-6c, mostly 6c. IOWA FARM EGGS DES MOINES I— The Federal-State Market News Service reported Incentive prices mostly 2-3c higher. Other farm eggs mostly unchanged to 2c higher. Graded demand generally good. Supplies adequate to occasionally short. Undertone fully steady. Cents, per dozen, at farms, cases exchanged quaily and volume incentive Grade A, 44 49c, mostly 48c. Grade A medium, 35-40c, mostly 39-40c. Other farm eggs: Grade A Ig. cr better, 32-39c, mostly 33-35c; Grade A medium 22-35c, mostly 24-26c; Grade B large 15-35c, mostly 24-26C. Iowa Hogs DES MOINES (UPI)—Rather slow, demand fair to pood Butchers steady to cents higher. Sows 50 higher. ' U.S. 1-3 200-230 38.50; 230-250 lbs 36.50-38.25; 250-270 lbs 35.50-37.75; 270-300 lbs 33.25-36.75. U.S. 1-3 270-330 lb sows 29.75-31.00; 330-400 lbs 29.00-30.50; 400-450 lbs 28.50-29.50; 450-550 lbs 27.50- 29.00. Estimated receipts Frida y 50,000; Thursday 70,000; week ago Friday 58,000; year ago Friday 22,000. Waterloo Hogs WATERLOO—Butchers were 25c high e r and sows were steady Friday. Packing plant delivery 200-230 lbs $37.50- 538.00. No. 2 sows weighing 300 lbs. $30.00-$30.50 WHEAT - OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE PRE V Cl September 4 4? -4 50 4 50 4 3/ 4 40 4 4) December 4.59 -4 60 V, 4.61 4.51 4.5/ 4 56 March 4.71 -4.72 4 77 4 63 4 65 4 66 May . .. ______ 4.64 .4.64 4.66 4.55 4 57 4 59 CORN September 166 167 3 69 3 59'/, 3,67 V; 3.62', ;b December 3 3 61 3 65 3.55'/, 3,62 3.56>/»b March .... La4 *3,6* 371 3.61 3 67 3 62' ;b May . 3.67 -3 ll 3.74 3.63 3 70 3.65b OATS— September 1 67 *1,67' * 1.67V* I 61 I 62 1.64 , December 1-72 -I 73 1.73 I 66 I 68 1.69' , March 1.77 .I77'2 1.77 , 1.71 1.75'J 1.73 SOYBEANS— September 7.58 -760 7.66 7,52 7,o6b 7,46b November 7 65 7.67', 7.51 I 66 7.47b January . 7 60 -7.65 7.70'* 7.55 7.70'xb 7.50'Ab March 7.46 7 68 7 73 7.59 7 76 / 58 b May 7.74 -7/5 7.83 7.62 I BOO 7.60b Gazette Classified ic Personals The Cedar Rapids Gazette: August 24, 1974 Want Aits "The Marketplace for Eastern Iowa Families" HELP!    College student    urgently needs educational loan from helpful party Call 363-7525 and will explain unique circumstances 42 Help Wanted—Agencies    44 Help Wanted WpVlTiJ?MW Larson Rapid Piacement PART T|ME OPENINGS Crocker Claims Service 365-6969    Suite    203    krvva^T^heatre Bldq, 20 Mu»lc-Dqncln1.T«*orinn f'J R p H Y EMPLOYMENT1 GOODYEAR 18 Personals ANNOUNCEMENTS 8 Mortuaries • Monuments NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 203 14th Ave S. I Dial 364-4439 IO Cemetery Lots CHOICE 4 burial lot, 376 Forest Lawn section, Cedar Memorial $550 Car' J    Freund 90? Haselton, Eustis, Florida 32/26 Phone 9C4 357 2156. 12 Lost & Found (Pf lot va intrrvst late quotations (From Lamson Brothers) Am. Ins. Fund Am. Rein. . . Bandag Banks of Iowa Beatrice Foods . Conrac Consolidated Foods EMC    , FMIC Guardsman ......... Harnischfeger Hawkeye BanCorp Health Man, Serv., Inc. Interstate P. Iowa Electric ....... Iowa-Ill. Gas John Deere Kidde comm. .. Keuffel & Esser Life Investors, Inc. LTV Corp. Mapco comm......... Maytag    ..... McCord Corp........ Mid-America Mid-Continent, Ind. Miracle Ozark .............. Pavan, Inc........ Quaker Oats .......... Rath    .......... Rockwell ............ Syntex United Fire & Casualty Univar ................ Victor Corp, Winnebago 3.48 3 80 13*«14'a 26' ; 22’/«-23' 4 15V. no trades . 15vb 13 V. 4 - 4' j Ph-2 1/16 23' 2 . 7' 2- 8 l'j- 2 12 IO3* IP. 30V. nu 12'2-13'4 5' 4- 6 9i 16' it 20 !h no trades 3.71-4 05 2H- 3'. 344- 4' 4 av. no trades I 23 4 . 37. 21 36'. 14-* 4-153 4 15 . 6 ’4 5'4 Close Prey. 44 75 44.32 42.35 42.75 43 37 42.32 44 52 43.52 45 70 44.70 46 20 45 25 3/.40 36 20 39 55 38.00 43.75 42.55 43,80 42 50 45.75 44 25 47.25 46 OO 43 20 43.20 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No. 2 hard red 4 47'.rn; No. 2 soft red 4.46 jn. Corn No. 2 yellow 3.70Van. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 1.72n. Soybeans No. I yellow 7.49n. LIVESTOCK FUTURES CHICAGO (AP)—Futures trading Friday: Live Beef Cattle October ......... December February April June ......... August ____ Live Hogs— October December February April    ....... June July August . JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, III. (UPI) — rattle 1,200; steers steady to 25 lower; heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 47.50-48.50, few 48.75; choice 44 75-48.00; I load choice and prime heifers 46.75; choice 44.00-46 25; no canner or cutter cows. * Hogs 800; steady to 25, instances 50. higher; No. 1-2 200-240 lb 39 25-39.75; No 1-3 220-260 lb 39.00 39.50; No. 2-4 260-280 lb 37.50-39 00. Monday's estimate: 2,OOO cattle, 1,200 hogs. POSTVILLE BEEF POSTVILLE -The Postville beef market Friday quoted prices of prime steers $45.OO-$47.00; choice steers $45.00-$47.00; good steers $35.00-538.00; standard steers $33.00-$35.00; choice heifers $44 00-546 OO; good heifers $38 00-540.00,• utility cows $20.00-525.00; canners and commercial cows $20.00-525.00; bulls $30.00-S34.00. DRESSED MEATS DES /GOINES (AP) (USDAl — Beef trade moderately active, demand good, especially for choice beef Choice steer beef LOO to 2 50 higher, choice heifer beef 1.00-2 00 higher, instances 3 00 high- Choice steer beef 500-8C0 lbs. qrade 3 72.00 73.00;    800-900 lbs. grade ti 71 00- 72.00; cow beef choice 500-700 lbs grades 3-4    71.00-72.00;    same weight grade 3 71.50-72.50. Fresh perk cut trade fairly active, loins not established; picnics 1.00 higher, skinned hams 50-1.00 higher; bellies 50- 2.00 higher. Loins no sales; picnics ^8 lbs. 43.50; 8 and up 43.50; skinned hams 14-17 lbs. 65.00; 17-20 lbs. 64.50; 20-26 lbs. 64 00; 26 lbs. and up 59.75-60.50; seedless bellies 12-14 tbs 58-50;    16-18 lbs. 55.50; 18-20 lbs 56.00 Th ree Prog rams Get Okay from Services Board Tho Linn county board of social services gave approval Friday to three new program contracts and recommended that the board of supervisors enter into agreements to get federal funding for them. — The Eden day care center is scheduled to reopen Sept. 3. Fees for 15 children will be picked up by county and federal funds. Crest Croup home, for functionally retarded individuals, will begin to obtain federal funding Sep. I. The home can accommodate nine men and nine women. And funding will in October be available for residents of the Hillcrest-YWCA group home for women. This home can accommodate eight women with mental problems. Found 2 set', of cat keys, one set of bouse keys on key chain with red letter V. 851-4778 . LOST DARK MALE SIAMESE Cal Auq. 6th. Answers to Tinker, Reward 362 -0905 LOST:    "Felix" black and white male caf since Wed , S.E. 366-0704 9 5 or 364-1989 after 5. LOST pair of prescription dark glasses, reward, 362-6134 day, after 6 362 8675 . LOST: 4 month-old Calico cat, female, lost at 17th St. and 6th Ave. SE. 364 0543. LOST-Black photograph album with 6 years of Europe. Area 1st Ave and 29th. St. 393 2292. FOUND; Larqe Siamese Tom, Auq. IO. J St. S.W. area. 364-2745. COON HOUND found in Central vicinity near Hwy 13, 927 2658 City 16 Happy Ads make someone happy . .. ORDER A HAPPY ADI DIAL 398-8234 SALLY: I know your birthday was yesterday, But HAPPY BIRTHDAY anyway. lf you're not in shape to read this today, Then we I now that our best wishes come your way! 11! THE HAPPY ONES! 18 Personals mostly strong OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) (USDA) — Hogs: 5,000; brarows and gilts steady to 25 lower, occasionally 50 off; 1-3, 210-250 lb 39.00-39.25; 2-3, 250-270 lb 38 00-39.00; sows mostly steady; 300-600 lh 30.50-34.50, Cattle and calves: 2,300; not enough any one class for an adequate price test; fresh supply mainly cows to be carried for later trade. Optimists Award Scholarships to Oratory Winners Joan Adamson of Council Bluffs and David Nash of ! Marion were awarded $500 I scholarships Saturday morning for winning the Iowa district Optimist oratorical contest. The presentations were made in the second day of the Optimists’ three-day district convention at the Roosevelt hotel. The convention began with Friday committee meetings and social events. Business sessions were held Saturday morning, including comments by Optimist International president-elect Patrick I Grady of Indianapolis. A banquet and dance are scheduled for Saturday night, and business sessions will be concluded Sunday morning. Charles Trussed of Cedar Rapids, governor of the Iowa district, is the hast of the convention. WHEN trouble comes, help is as close as your telephone. 24 Hour Information And Referral Service _ 398-3955 LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO DO???? RENT a PONTOON or SKI RIG CORAL MARINA 351-9290 NEP VOUS-tense-difficultv    sleeping? Try Masso Therapy Treatments at Evans 362-6769. _ ? ? QUEST ION on or about the Bible answered 377-9333 Ramie. IMPERIAL ENTERPRISES HOME, HOTEL, MOTEL SERVICES OFFERED 11. Complete Massage $20 12. His and Hers 3. His and Hers Japanese Combination 4. No Appointment Necessary Girls Guaranteed Attractive 1 Service within 30 minutes after you call 0UTCALLS ONLY ALL CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED A/e hold exclusive right to accept all credit cards: IOU COMPANIES DEPART //ENT SSI ORES, BANKS, AMERICAN EX PRESS, DINERS, CARIE BLANCHE PHONE 362-3508 GENTLEMEN'S ! LesiurHauer EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE FOR REASONABLE. RATES Competent Masseuses—Masseurs Hotel, Motel calls only APPOINTMENT NECESSARY COMPLETE MASSAGF $20 Personal Checks BankAmerica    Master    Charge 4 P.M. to 2 A M. 393 8456 SULTAN'S PALACE SAUNA, Shower, Whirlpool. Complete or Liqhr Massages $15. FOR the particular people —    ! From IO a.m. to 4 a.m. NO OUT CALLS 4105 Center Point Rd    393-1974 PROBLEM DRINKING Treatment Center, Beautiful Surroundings, Unlocked Doors LAKESIDE FOUNDATION ! A RETREAT FOR RECOVERY Box 1443, Cedar Rapids, Iowa  Call 3)9-377-82/9 REOPENED GINNY'S MASSAGE 365-2334 ; 12:00 12:00    outcall    only OLD TREASURED PHOTOS ^RESTORED and reproduced Brinq j yours in for a free estimate. Duncan Studio, Town and Country. 44 GUITAR LESSONS by quant ted .. , ,    ,    cr    s / i Tine INSTRUCTOR, IO years' experience 41/ I St Ave. O.L. J64-6IVj For appointment call 393-4501    | ^*■ ' PIANO INSTRUCTION degreed, et qcrienced teacher, 363-1416 DANIELLE'S School of Dance. For information phone 365-6798 PIANO I ESSGNS N Twin Pine’ experience, degree 393 2830 Help Wanted 2? Bridal Services OD JOB PRINTING, ALL KINDS SERVICE PRESS AND LITHO CO INC., HOS Third street SE, 365 7501) Complete Floral Coordination TOMAN FLORIST 6. GIFT SHOP 615 Center Point Rd. NE 364 8139 WEDDING GOWN, slippery Satie excellent condition, size 9 366-3477. WEDDING CAKES Mrs, Kenneth Smith, 363 9115 28 Where to Go FUN AND GAMES Monday 8 P M. Benefit C R. Jaycees KOZY INN 1004 1st Ave. N E.    362    3581 40 Trode Schools— Instruction H & R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE JOB INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE EQR BEST STUDENTS THOUSANDS < re earning qood money in the qrowinq field of in come tax preparation. NOW, H & R Block America's Largest Income Tax Service will teach, you to prepare income tax returns I in a special 13Va week tuihon I course. Classes conveniently scheduled to accommodate working; students and housewives. Curriculum includes pract.ce problems,; tauqht bv i / r>< rienced Block In-J Structors ENROLLMENT is open to men and | women of all ages. No previous I training or experience required. FOR complete details, call: H & R BLOCK 1420 1st Ave N E    363    2655. AUTO PARTS APPLY TO BOB DAGGETT NEW CAR POLISH APPLY TO JOE BEST Both positions need valid drivers licenses and offer opportunity for advancement, good company benefits, paid vacations and Holidays. RAPIDS CHEVROLET 600 Eaual 1st Ave. East Opportunity Employer EMPLOYMENT • • lf 42 Help Wanted—Agencies_ ROUTE SALES WE ARE A YOUNG, AGGRESSIVE DISTRIBUTION ORGANIZATION THAT HAS AN OPENING FOR A N AMBITIOUS INDIVIDUAL WHO DESIRES A CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITY TO ADVANCE GOOD STARTING SALARY, AND NOW STOCKROOM SUPERVISOR WANTED immediately. Experienced! person for position of STOCK ROOM SUPERVISOR    Generous company benefits. Inquire 2nd Floor Credit Desk lh To 4 M’.n Thru Fri. J C PENNEY 1C9 2nd St S E An equal opportunity employer M F 2 FARM OPENINGS House furnished and lots of good benefits for: MILKER GENERAL FARM WORKER Call 364-7072 For Information SECRETARY Torrance Electric Co. I Inventory Control, typing, phone, expediting, paid holidays, vacation, profit sharmq, company paid insurance. For interview call Gary Cecil. 365-4662 COMPANY BENEFITS IOWA STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 601 8th AVE S E. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EM PLOVER EXPERIENCED SOUND INSTALLER taking applications for com mercial sound installer-paqinq, tercom, music. Excellent salary plus overtime. Send resume to SOUND INSTALLER P.O. Box 2147, Cedar Rapids, la. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE has part time openings for experienced mechanics, and tire Installers. GIVE business background, education, telephone number. Specify days, weeks, hours you are available for part time work A convenient interview will be arranged if you qualify. Call Richard Decker, Store Manager GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 402 2nd Ave S E. An eaual opportunity employer. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE MANAGER CONTACT JIM HANDLER HANDLERS I DODGE - CHRYSLER 2nd Ave at 8th St. E,    363    3521 I Equal Opportunity Employer REPAIR PERSON TO SERVICE LIGHT Fixtures Int commercial and industrial build ' inqs. Permanent, full time, year I around lob Modern equipment, j ladders and scaffold is used to I reach work NEED HIGH SCHOOL graduate with clean driving record. Previous experience not required We will; provide training. Some mid-week I travel with expenses paid STARTING pay $3.Sn per hour with! reauiar increases. Paid vacation* and holidays. Approved Lighting Service I 315 7th st,, S E.. OFFICE CLERK FOR national firm, should be able to! type and have a pleasing telephone i voice. This is a permanent position which offers: A. Paid vacations B. Free retirement C. Hospitalization and Medical Insurance D Five-day work week E Good starting salary FOR more information call: Joe Schenerman at 366 5319 MECHANIC Shoo Trak service dept. Good hourly I rates plus productivity, bonus. I Usual benefits. Contact ED. HOSKINS HANDLERS DODGE-CHR YSLER-SAAB-SUBARU 2nd Ave. at 8th St. S E. 363-3521 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER COOK lOLA'S HEALTH PARLOR j TECHN ISE ARCH, INC. PREGNANT and right, Mon.-Fri., Distressed? Birth-7-10 P m., 362-0469 GO JU KARATE, 362-9737 $222 Million j To Highways In Fiscal 1973 DES MOINES (UPI) - State Auditor Lloyd Smith Friday said the state's biggest spending agency, the Iowa highway commission, spent $222.3 million on its various programs and employes during fiscal 1973. In his annual audit of the agency. Smith noted that the commission spent the largest amount of its budget on the Swctish Massage Therapy TONE, RELAX, CONDITION $10 ; IO a.m. - lo p.rn,    364-5377! LAS VEGAS Need 2 persons to j share flying expenses over Labor day week, references exchanged. 363 0121 327 Profs 119 3rd St. N E ional Park 1-319 373-2013 SNELLING & SNELLING LEARN THE INS and OUTS of our well known kitchen, we can guarantee many benefits. Paid vaca tions, paid hospitalization, and oaid life insurance. Apply in person at the Ground Round, 3939 1st Ave. SE. SUITE 1805 I. E. TOWER, PHONE 366-0747 20fl Isl St. S E SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! 32 Butin*** Service* 32 Business Services ONE STOP REMODELING BATHS reiuvenated. factory or iob-built kitchen cabinets, room ad ditions, fireplace installations, wall and ceiling insulation, qufter installed, roofs, metal sash reolace-ment for any sized old window Call for free estimates. WINEGARDNER 363-6529 or 393 1306 DEAN'S Siding Call Anytim 363-65 lbs 37.00- WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY (AP)—Central Iowa Stockyards trading Friday. Cattle, 25; not enough slaughter classes to establish market trend; cows, $!8.0Q-$23.00; bulls, $27.OO-$31.OO.    ^ Hogs, 800, butchers fully 50 cents higher, bulk $38 25-539 00, top $39 00, sows steady, bulk $30 00-131.50, top $33.00; lightweight boars 33 50-534 00; medium and heavyweight boars $22.5fr$73.50. Estimate for Monday: 300 cattle, 1,100 hogs. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK i SIOUX CITY (AP) (USDA) — Hogs ■ 6,000- butchers active, 50-75 higher; U.S I I-3 200-260 lbs 38.50-39 25; sows steady to 50 higher, U.S. 1-3 300 330 lbs 34.00 34.75. Cattle 400. Produce NEW YORK PRODUCE NEV/ YORK (AP) (USDA) — Wholesale egg offerings of large fully adequate; mediums short. Demand fair to good Friday. Whites: Fancy large 58-61. Fancy medium 52-54. Fancy smalls 42-43, Bulter steady. Creamery 93 Score AA 65 69'j cents. 92 Score A 60-69' ;. FROZEN PORK BELLIES Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. j Close Prey. August    57.17    55.05i February    56.75b    55.25 March    ,56 50b    55 05 May ............. 57.50b    56.10' 30 YEARS AGO - The Hungarian army was reported in revolt. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 62.19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF HIAWATHA, IOWA Ordinance No. 120 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF HIAWATHA, IOWA Section I. Section 62.19 of the Municipal Code of Hiawatha, Iowa, is amended by deleting said Section 62.19 in its entirety, substituting therefor the following: "Section 62.19 Illegal liquor consumption cr intoxication. No person shall use or consume any alcoholic liquors upon the pgblic streets or highways, or in any public place, except premises covered bv a liquor control license, or be intoxicated or simulate intoxication in any public place " Section 2. Repealer All ordinances cr parts of ordinances in conflict with provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 3. Saving Clause lf any section provision or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudicated invalid or unconstitutional Section 4 When Effective. This ordinance shall be in effect after its final passage, approval and publication as required by law. Passed by Ihe Council the 21st day of August. 1974, and approved this 21st day of August, 1974. Dale Guthridne Mayor ATTEST- Margaret Clymer Deputy City Clerk Record • Call Free estimates - References - Compare - See - You are Guaranteed - primary road lurid, using $185.2 j _Comple»e Covering No Painting BLACK DIRT FILL DIRT AND BANK SAND 10-vard loads only Call for guantity prices BJORNSEN CONST. CO. 319-393-4751 ' CONCRETE CONST. DRIVEWAYS, walks, steps, patios, basements, garage floors, etc. Free estimates. L. Gephart, 364-8 341. IOWA INSTALLATION and REPAIR CO. 34 services including glass *nd screen replacement, installation of doors, windows, paneling, carpeting, ceiling and floor files, roofs, carpentry, oalnflnq, etc. 363-9476— $25 Free estimates, very reasonable. million on the state’s primary roads. The audit revealed that $26 million was spent on farm-to-market roads. The highway beautification programs of the commission spent $28.4 million. Iowa's 99 counties spent a total $146 million on upgrading interstate highways and other roads during 1973, nearly million less than they spent in 1972, the audit showed. It revealed that the commission received $103.5 million in federal aid during the 1973 fiscal year. Some $1.6 million was paid out in consultant fees and $938,205 in salaries was paid to the 49 persons on the staff as commissioners and management personnel. Travel expenses amounted to $1.1 million. Smith pointed out that $3.1 million was spent on tree planting contracts to landscaping firms, nurseries and farms. Smith said the two other large spending agencies are the state I sidewalks, patio*. driveway .    . r    ,    I    flat    work    and etc.366 5762 . board of regents and the depart- roofing, siding and General ment of social services. REDUCE YOUR HEATING COSTS INSULATE NOW With DeFord...377-3037 WATER AND SEPTIC TANK RE PAIR. Concrete breaking, basement drainage, Stark, 362-5827. ALL TYPES LANDSCAPING Sod, Dirt, Tree, Rock, Yard. Work Jim Hickey 895 8550 FOR LENNOX Central air conditioning, see MARION SHEET METAL, 377-4556 I CAT work, back hoe, black and fill dirt, excavating, 364-0520. 36 Work Wonted—Men_ FOR tree work at fts best call the man who passed the test and cost FINANCIAL SECRETARY DUTIES include statistical data, typing, and other clerical duties Clerical and bookkeeping experience preferred Send resume to Gazette Box L 561. CASHIER 9 To 5 5 to 6 days a week. Experience help tut but not required. NOON HELP ll To 2 Mon.-Fri. Apply in person, to 4545 1st ! Ave. SE, 3414 Mf Vernon Rd. SE. NISSEN CORP/ MIG (WIRE) WELDER EXPERIENCED APPLY IN PERSON 930 27th AVE. S. W An eaual opportunity employer DOCTORS OFFICE MEDICAL secretary • bookkeeper Part or full time. No weekend: work. Age 25 to 40. mature responsible, meticulous College graduate preferred Will train. Resume to Box H-506 Gazette. WANTED A M. and P.M. SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS BEGINNING AUG. 26 DICK'S TREE SERVICE * GUARANTEED WORK — INSURED ESTIMATES-FIREWOOD 365-8937 TRUCKERS, haulers, contractor*; j Will buy road fill material. See Paul for fill site, at 279 Harnett St N.W. 8 p rn. to IO p m. KITCHEN INSTALLATIONS - For-' mica counters—custom cabinets and fixtures. Leonard C. Chudwick, 366-2355. HAULING - CLEANUP FREE ESTIMATES Call 366-2600 SMTMW? rtmiwai I MINI*. ^£^1^. 398-2318    ______ LOT PERSON Full time job Apply in person only. TOWN'S EDGE AUTO CYC LE MAR ION SHOPPING CENTER HELP WANTED APPLY IN PERSON LEONARDO'S WEST 2228 UTH AVE. S.W. COLLEGE girl to live in as parents less and trimming. General clean up. excellent references. 25 years experience Call me 1st for fair honest estimate. Insured 365 9782 TREE trimming and removal. SODDING and window washing, other odd jobs. Will work out Of town, Have references Free reasonable estimates. 364-1350 or 346-2064 REMODELING, roof.nq, guttering, cement worn, painting and decorating, experienced and reasonable Free estimates, 365 6590 HAULING, 362-1680 time — hedge reasonable rates. RUBBISH HAULING; RUG SHAMPOOING -- BY VET 365-2996 or 365-5093 WILL'S DRIVING SERVICE Will drive trucks, cars, anything. 393-4940 PAINTING Exterior and Interior MIKE'S Painting & Decorating REFERENCES    365-5579 ROOF REPAIRS Chimneys, Gutters    362-2848 ILL do hauling and hedge trim Purolator Courier Corp. FULL time fleet mechanic with own tools, minimum 2 years experience! on engines, transmissions, suspensions, and steering. Full company benefits and paid vacations j Guaranteed A) hours - evening shift. Apply in person, no calls: 529 Waconia Ave. S.W. 9 to 4 Mon. thru rrl. MANAGER TRAINEES RADIO ! SHACK is now taking applications for manager trainee. Retail sales' experience required. We are look ina for ambitious individual* that want a permanent full time position with a ciood future. Call 393 8361 or a poly at: RADIO SHACK Number 6119 4411 Ut Ave S E. Cedar Rapd* la. NISSEN CORP. MACHINIST EXPERIENCED in Turret Lathe, Mills and Punch Press. APPLY IN PERSON 930 27th Ave. S. W An equal opportunity employer WANTED: Full or Part time auto1 body halo. Sanders and metal I workers, experience desirable, but; will train the energetic. Many com-! pany benefits. Salary depending! on experience and desire Apply at All Iowa Body Inc., 6738 6th 8 A.M. to 3 P M weekdays An Equal Opportunity Employer DOCTOR'S OFFICE NURSE | PART or full time, no weekend work, Age 25 to 40 responsible meticulous. College education preferred j Can train Resume to Box J-509 Gazette COUPLE to keep house and j care for yard for I person. Private living quarters.: 364-0676 Mornings APPLICATIONS for maintenance work cep ted. full time nidht; now bema ac- i TARGET STORE INC 4501 1st Ave. S E, ST anything a r.d tree cutting EXPERIENCED Full Time Alter-ation Person, plenty of fringe benefits Part time counter person, after school and Sat. Apply in person. Foreman and Clark 313 3rd Ave. S E. SECRETARY: Immediate opening in large law firm. Shorthand re Quired, but previous experience as a teqal secretary Is rot necessary Send resume to Gazette Box D-554, __________ Cedar    Rapids,    Iowa. dSf^n Hee!)*'Private rSW?1twB*y, STEADY dependable person to train ' alary $25 Liberal from M 4587 week. No housework days off Across street I . Mercy College. Call 366- StD NG AT IT S i who have ii APPLICA- FOR ALUMINUM BEST, call the passed the test! TORS 362 73)1 A and D CONSTRUCTION NEW HOMES, GARAGE Room Additions. Dial 365-7321. PAINTING PAPERING Guaranteed Work -- Free Estimates D J. HINKER, 377-6277 oft hauling and lust make me a ‘4-1350 or 366-2064 easonaole Reasonab.e HAULING •RIDS PAINTING 362 3309 clee.i yards, qaraoes anything of value. 363-5702. HOUSE PAINTING, terior, roofing, 362 exterior and 3370, 366-1621 SMALL carpenter jobs, prompt service. 377-3769 after 4 30 P.m. 2 BROTHERS want overroad hauling jobs, together, 366-3354 CEMENT WORK al! I YEAR ROUND haulinq starting, 365-3536. and car GENERAL REVENUE SHARING ACTUAL USE REPORT Estimate' Bow-Mat Re-! satisfaction1 Home Re General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments Your government must Publish this report advising you how these fund* have been used or obligated during the year from July I. 1973. thru June JO. 19 This is to inform you of your government s pnoitties and to encourage your participation in decisions on how future fund* should be spent CATEGORIES (Al 1 fUBllC SAfETY 2 INVIRONMfNIAl PROTECTION 3 fu a i ic TRANSPORTATION 4 HEALTH * RECREATION * LIBRARIES I SOCIAL URVICt 3 tOR AGIO UR POOR a I IN ANCI At ADMINISTRATION * MUI BRU MOBI AND ( INIRAI DOVI IO I DUCA BON ti SOCIAL Ut VElOPMENt MOURINO a COM MUNI TY DEVI I ORME NI ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT i OTHER (SpecifyI ACTUAL IXP! hmm IRC CAPITAL (Bl $ s $ » $ $ $ s $ I i $ $ OPE HAUNG/ MAINI! NANCE IC) I5 ll j$ !$ I* is TOTAH! OB NONDISCRIMINATION RIOUIRIMINT* NAVI RI IN MI I (I) (I Alif ICA BON I rem* «>ei I aw Chief MecudveORcei end with im.*, i to the enf*eme«i fu.-te -aw*** **•#«" * ae* nm Ne Mfd -v—!“    ZXZSLSXZ « THE GOVERNMENT OE UHLF URG I GWIN hat received Genet ai Revenue Sharing payment* totaling $ Gig J-_____ during Itta peuod from July I, (§13. thru June 30# (IIL Account no. Ic" 2 UU6 U14 HALFORD TONN MAYOR MNL FORD IOWA    52151 Ray Balks at Increased Art Council Funding DES MOINES (AP) - Tho Iowa Arts council wants an additional $500,000 lo implement new programs, but Gov. Robert Ray says the council’s request! pairs. Free Guaranteed oair. 362-1227 PAINTING-REASONABLE JERRY VOSDINGM 364-7017 BREEDEN TREE SERVICE stimafes qiven. insured 377-7128 CA IN TINI PAPERING :CIAL or RI L HALE. 3 ;. a 11 fabrics IDENTIAL 38 Work Wonted—Women DOLL HOUSE NURSERY Long Esfablished — State Licensed 2 LOCATIONS — Call 366 I 302 3516 Cenier Point Road NE 2601 FIRST Avenue SW STH ST. DAY CARE CENTER A Warm rcassur ng Place To Be Early Chiidhocd Development staff 66 Mon Fri 713 8lh St SE 362-2631. EDEN PAY CARE CENTER 351 8»h Ave SIV. Quality care with preschool 3 years up 364-6979 , 362 0310 BUS PERSON DISHWASHER APPLY IN PERSON BUT 1ERFLY CAFE DRAPERY SALES T ULL time sales position avaiiab e in our drapery department. All store benefits. Apply in person : MR NEMEC, Drapery manager SMULEKOFF'S . WE are expanding, if you are a welder or sheet metal person, and | want in on the ground floor of a new company, apply in person at:    I LONG'S METAL PRODUCTS SWISHER Ie.. Full And Part Time Apply In Person Jim's Marion Shell SOMEONE to wait tables, and wash WANTED: Reliable person for bus- laundry and cleaning store at fondant Thurs thru Sat. 2:30 to IO P.M. Apofv in person between 7 30 A M. and 2 P.M. at 214 1st St, S.W All Fabric Services, An Eaual Opoortunitv Employer RETAIL MEAT MARKET Part time, weekdays 3 lo 7 P.M. pius Sat., no Suns Apply to DOBSON'S FINE MEATS 1944 42nd St. NC NEED 2 mature people to work counter, 5 days a week. 5:45 to ii a rn. and 6 to 9 a.rn Must be pleasant for cur desirable atmosphere Apply in person between 9 a m and 4 p.m Donutland Na 14, Center Point Rd. WANTED experienced person to wail on tables evening work no Sundays, good salary pius tips, Blue Cross available Inquire after 5 KOZY INN 1004 1st Ave. N E.    362    3981 RELIABLE person to bus dishes, full time days Apply in person after 5. 362-3981 KOZY INN 1004 1st Ave N E d;she> 6 A Apply ad 2 P M CEDAR CAFE i. JO I6th Ave. SV\ SIDING APPLICATOR Craft, 364-6061. 36 4 7262 interior, wall agon al TRUST PUNO REPORT (t) 8#H»i • •• of -luna IO, 1973 A ava™, a Sharing fund* Rte July I, 1973 through June IO 1974 s 1618 (2! Payout Sharing Puntfa RtcaWgd horn ^ TG 3 ,...s IS) Initiate iamad .......... 14) Total Fund* Ava,labia (Si Total Amount ti im "dad..... IBI Balai** aa of Arna JO 1974.,,,,.,.,.$ TWT~ TW PADNAG PAINTERS Free Estimates — 363^4457 Gutters, Roofs and Repair L. D ' Don [PAINTING: exterior papering insured. , Roqer Willits, 364 1132, 366-1023 Will have to be compared with PAINTING interior BX tenor. Free estimates MERVIN LARSON & Son. 364-1322. RK'S HOME IMPROVEMENT Additions, Kitchens, Fireplaces 377-0324    After    5, 377-6431 CONCRETE work, block laving, dirt Water basement repair, excavating. John Fields, 362 7538 SODDING -GRADING KEN MILLER 393-6436 WALLPAPERING - PAINTING REFERENCES, Bill Jarvis. 364-6688. Terry Melsha Upholstering FINE FABRIC SAMPLES, 363-7246 con days, I lo St 365 ISeZhon toil ...in*-ah V’v    '*•    lon Srgnaima ofChiaf tratuhva Erne ut L* Ralmf M ■ y" •• N*t••• I iii# lf) I ha navy madia hay baan adv.tad that a complata copy of >hi« (apod ha* I—an publiahad in a local nawapat—' of ganacal CIR ut at Ion. I hay lacotda dorumaitt'ng til# coolant* of th,* rapod home of ■rid Ilia, ai* oiian tor public aciulmy at John Fe^’^unp.    _____ askings from other state cies. Council members met Friday with Ray to enlist his' support for what Co-chairman Sue Brenton, Des Moines, called a “quantum leap” in financing (rom the current $78,000 yearly appropriation. “it’s a misconception that s y rn phony orchestras make money,” Mrs. Brenton said, citing one aspect of the council’s program. “Symphonies cannot [concrete woRK*>atios, drive- ...    .....    ,,    ways,    sidewalks,    etc.    363-6927, exist without subsidies. The council’s proposed budget for 1975 would jump to $590,000, including $15,000 in federal funds. “We feel it is just as important to have cultural quality as well as industrial quality in Iowa, said Dave Albert, president of the Sioux City symphony. WILL BABYSIT my home block to Hayes. 4 block: Ludmilas. 364-8305 WILL BABYSIT days, ages References. Bever Ave. S E 5891 BABYSITTING, Center Pf Rd N E,, Collins Garfield area, days or ! niqhts. 362 7^/9 WANTED babysitting in my home (Bowman Woods) Aqe 3 4 ore I ferred 377 5839 EXPERIENCED Babysitting, my N W. home, near Harrison and Fillmore Schools. 362-6869 NURSE will i ire for 3 year old 01 older, my N.W home Fillmore area, l icensed 363-4383 BABYSITTING, my home, fenced yard near Kirkwood College .S.W I 365 8174 BABYSITTING my home, West Gate S.W., Coolidge area. 366 2973 [WANTED babysitting, my home days, Northbrook. 393 1510 EXPERIENCED babv'itting, my NW home, Fil.more-Harrison, 366-0C77. TOP salary, a nee. bonus 19 2*6-1836 Blue Cross, aas aiiotv-Can coned: Mr. Wadsworth. person between ,ri9 dishes. Noon work, 11 -2. Apply I in person KOZY INN 1004 Isl AVB. N.I.    3*3-39811 Person for Parts Removal I Van Dyke Company 4000 6th st. s w. NIGHT DESK CLERK FULL-PART TIME . . , apolv in Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge 3100 I6fh Ave. S.W NE SIDE home wants reliable per -I son to be with one elderly lady (not bedfast) and one three year old boy week days from 8:30 a rn. to 5:30 p rn. Start Aud. 26, 393-1853 j SOMEONE to help cire tor elderly people and do liqhr housework, Maple Lawn Home for Aged No J,1 393-1415. SALES PERSON WANTED Full lime position, apply in person. DANISH BOOK WORLD, 1601 6tH St. S W between 9 and 6 daily. eek. SO bed, nearly new Home. Write Gazette Box KEY PUNCH OPERATOR DAYS EXPERIENCED. 2-3 weeks per month Write GAZETTE Box C-553 PART TIME BAR TENDER Call after 4, 857-2641. RANCH SUPPER CLUB MANAGER TRAINEE EXCELLENT opportunity with fast moving company. Rapid advance ment, good starting salary, will tram. Apply 1141 16th. Ave. S W. RELIEF NURSE, 3 to TI NURSES' AIDE, full or part time HALLMARK NURSING HOME Mf. Vt KHON, IOWA    895    8891 WANTED R N. OR L.P.N. 5 DAY \ Nursing B -552 for interview SUPERVISOR-frv cook-person to wait tables too wages, late niqhl ^,r.. _ shift, ll PM 7 AM HAMBURG Ht,LP INN No. 3 365-0881 FULL TIME DAY HELP NEEDED Charlie'* Pizzeria; No. 2, 1125 1st Ave, S E. Apply in! person or call 364-9360 or 364-6877 N.W. [Stone walls, planters, patios, crete driveways, 365 .1088. PAINTING residential Cia!, 393-5330 WILL care for I child over 2, home. Wright School, 393-6195 and commer-| DRAPERIES, Bedspreads, I dressmaking. 363-6563 and FURNACE vacuum deaning was $24 now $15. 854-6315. 377 4S/4 PAINTING. Interior and exleuor FREE ESTIMATES    162    2658 booth tree 366 3800 SERVICE ti i A J. DUSCHECK Fabric Samples, estii Upholster mc SEWING ALTERATIONS, 365 5676 1015'; B Ave. NW, Weekends ; YEAR ROUND hauling and car starling, 365-3536 ABYSITTiNG, my home S.W side 36 5 5059 IRONINGS, 363-1458 BABY Sitting. N.W. 366-5103 CERAMIC tile 377 6 435 after and 4 p I Installed LIGHT HAULING AND CLEANUP Any Kind, Any Time 365-2477. CONCRETE and CARPI NT! R Work Remodel, Garage, etc. Musll. 393-6533 BABY N E B UTTING wanted Polk School area. tty home 367 6836 BYSITTING MY SCHOOL District SITTING my S.W,, 2 to 5 HOME TAYLOR 366 5219 HARDEE'S, 324 Edgewood Rd. App; v now. RECEPTIONIST ASSISTANT FOR DENTAL OFFICE, EXPERI-i ENCE PREFERRED. SEND RE-; SUME TO GAZETTE BOX G-532 SITTER DAYS, MY HOME, Fillmore I District N.W. Boy U'j; girl In Kin-| derqarten References required ! I 362 5416 atter 6 MAN TO work in grain elevator, i must have chauffeur's license. Contact aller 4 pm. 227-7271 Norway: Grain COUNTER HELP Wanted 35 . 40 hout s per week Apply rn per ion Serv Quik Cleaners, 216 3rd St I SE USE WANT ADS for quick response buying or selling Our number is WANTED BABYSITTER day* in my TAKING applications for day help this fall. Hours ll to 2. Apply a1 BURGER KING WEST PART TIME POSTAL SUB STATION, day and evenmq hours, Kl EC ICS 363-3503. BARTENDER APPLY IN PERSON Squaw Creek Tap. Mf. Vernon Rd SERVICE STATION MECHANIC WANTED 101 5th Ave. S.E CONRAD SERVICE or call 364-0B6V WANT MAN TO HI LP CARE FOR HORSES, small hous** available Phone 363-67)6 for appointment. GOOD RELIABLE Experienced per I son to cirrv food and drinks niqhts. Hoop s Lounge BABYSITTER, part time. have own' transportation, N E. side 393-23 37 RICH, Bt ACK SPREADS WELL TOP SOU 846 2640 REFR IGE RA I ION needs lob, 3/7 912< 398 8234 A,-    PART    TIME    LABORERS stark 362 5827 school graduate,MF you need the money. I need a sidewalk 362 55 1 5. home, 1248 I attn ears. 364 2807 home SE. side 165 8155 WANTED Babysitter, own trans i potation, days 377 7430 BABY SITTER wanted, days em N W Side 365 4548 low Cost Gazette w A N T A D S B R I N G R E S U L T S Dial 398-8234 ;