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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Taxpayers Are Sought for Refunds The i, E "awkcJ'c lowa Mum, 1416 Ash street, lowa 94 Iowa uupayc, whos1973 BurUngton. tow. city; Nqrvt Kevin L. Harris, 110 Sixteenth City. Riverside drive, Iowa a WHUSt lot A 111. M llmvlou tAtft 1 u ,.i___i Ltd j... HI .._ __ __ _ The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: H, 1174 some 1973 In- come tax refund checks were not delivered because of improper addresses. The refunds wcro mailed to the addresses as shown, but were returned because of no forwarding address, or be- cause the people could not be located at the shown address, according to Gerald D. Bair, acting state revenue director. In order for those peolc list- ed to receive their state in- come tax refund they should contact: Department of Reve- nue, Administrative Services Dlvl- sra Licas Office Building DCS Melnes, lowa 503U Blair said they should state their name, correct address and social security number. Eastern lowans elibible for refund checks are: Charles L. Apgar, RFD 3, Marion; Marilyn E. Barnes, 422 S. Dubuque street, Iowa City; Kim Bascom, Lisbon; Marilyn K. Beard, Keokuk; Michael andDeborah Benja- min, Keokuk; Paul E. Biere, 945 Oakcrest 15B, lowa City; Douglas A. Bright, 224 Fif- teenth street NW, Cedar Rap- ids; Grey S. Britton, Keokuk; Herbert R. Britton, 1112 W. Benton, Iowa City. Brtwi, fll K Burlington, lowa City; Norva M. Broylcs, 2420 1 B Mark IV, lowa City; Richard E. Bynum, 910 Slater Hall, Iowa City; Joseph H. Culder, jr., Coral- ville; Rita R. Carlson, 2433 Lakeside Manor, Iowa City; Richard (i. Carpenter, 211 Twenty-seventh street drive SE, Cedar Rapids; Sophronla Caywood, Box 793, Iowa City. Karen V. Ckapmii, 2114 N Towne lane NE, Cedar Rap- ids; Patrick Conway, 3402 Lakeside apts. Iowa City; Vickie Coy, 413 "A Fourth ave- nue SW, Cedar Rapids; Audrey J. Crider, 2040 Glass road NE, Cedar Rapids; Rob- ert W. Dietz, 2325 Fifth ave- nue, Marion; Robert W.Drlevold, 907 C avenue NW, Cedar Rapids. Christine Ewlng, 847 Fif- teenth street SE, Cedar Rap- ids; Elaine Y. Farrington, Maquoketa; Michael L. Fox, Epworth; Mikeal D. Franks, 926 Tenth street SE, Cedar Rapids; Daniel Gabriclson, Maquoketa; Deborah Gles- sner, 713 Ninth avenue SE, Cedar Rapids; Gayla M. Goater, 14 North Johnson, Iowa City; Jerry N. Gray, 1617 A avenue NE, Cedar Rapids. Roger E. Green, RFD 2, Cedar Rapids; Donn C. Hamed, 2250 First avenue, Marion; James Hansen, Winthrop; Stephen D. Hardy, a apt I! ffll OLD WJffif gram neutral spirits world's smoothest VODKA the martini GIN llawkeyc court, lowa City; Kevin I. Harris, 110 Sixteenth street NE. Cedar Rapids; KOK- vr A. Hawkins, 108 Sixth struct SW, Cedar Rapids; Linda .1. Holmick, 1317 ave- nue NE, Cedar Rapids. Marvin J. Hippo. Eighth avenue SE, Cedar Rapids; Jerry N. and Paulette Hoadley, Falrficld; Allan Hogue, 321 N Johnson street, lowa City; Larry J. Howe, 1850 Eleventh street NW, Cedar Rapids; Steven Huddleson, North Liberty; Timothy L. Hunter, 14 North Johnson, Iowa City; Dean L. and Bea- trice Johnson, 918 Ninth street SE, Cedar Rapids. Dennis S. 15li Fifth avenue SE, Cedar Rap- ids; Peggy L. Johnson, 801 South Lawn drive, Iowa City; Charles L. Kapp, 503 South Van Buren 2, Iowa City; Hu- bert N. Kelly, Keokuk; David J. Kreiter, 1226 E. Davenport. Iowa City; Dwight T. Kustcr, 1314 First avenue NE, Cedar Rapids; Randall Larsen, De- corah; Charles R. Lee, Prairie i, 1416 City. Blchart M. Mtylu. it) S. Van Burcn, Iowa City; Teresa D.Neumann, 703 K Jefferson, Iowa City; Bobble N. Nichols, Atkins; Michael L. O'Connell, 4321 Pine View drive NE, Cedar Rapids; Kandl K. Par- sons, 1510 J avenue NE, Cedar Rapids; Romeyn II. Peck, North Liberty; David A. and Karen Pctcrscn, Dysart. Unald K. PMIIIps, Kukik; John E. Price, 1216 Fourth street NW. Cedar Rapids; Beverly J. Risden, 1531 Fifth avenue SE, Cedar Rapids; Marc S. Sailor, Coralville; Kenneth R. Sander, 124 Fifth street SW, Cedar Rapids; Jeffery Schaeffer, RFD 3, Marion. HtberU Schmidt, MI S. Riverside drive, Iowa City; Lela Schneider, Wgpcllo; Carolyn Smith, 711 Tenth ave- nue, Cedar Rapids; Clarence G. Smith; John H. and Jessie Speers, Cascade; Dennis R. Tcllln, Westgate; John D. Tlernan, 120 Fourth street NW, Cedar Rapids; Judy A. Ticrnan, 519 E Fairchild, Iowa City; Dorothy L. Waite, 903 E avenue NW. Cedar Rapids. David H. Wallace, C.ral- villc; Stephen A. Wasson, 269 Bon Alre, Iowa City; Richard J. and Diannc Wcis, 1240 Fourteenth street N, Marion; Robert A. Wiedner, 2252 N Towne lane NE, Cedar Rap- ids; Brandt E. Yocom, 721 Sixth avenue, Coralville. Wage, Salary Plan Adopted by Hospital Jthn W. and Carl Marr, Maquoketa; Thomas N. Mathre, 317 South Dodge, Iowa City; Ronald J. Mavrias, 426 South Johnson, Iowa City; Marjorie R. Maxwell, 1506 Fourth avenue SE, Cedar Rapids; Willie J. and Roxanne Molette, 1639 E avenue NE, Cedar Rapids; Michael L. Morgan, 328 N Dubuque street, Iowa City; Linda M. INDEPENDENCE The People's Memorial hospital board of trustees has adopted a new wage and salary schedule which will give all employes an 8.84 percent raise, effective in two incre- ments. All personnel currently below the per hour min- imum wage that goes into effecl Jan- wil1 receive their new salary increases Dec. 23. Tne remainder of hospital employes will receive their pay raise on Jan. 6. According to Administrator Tom McNeal, the wage in- creases will cost the hospital an additional for sala- ON THIS DATE in 1918, in World war I, troops of the U.S. Third army crossed the Rhine river at Coblenz, Germany. 's Brings Back an Old Fashioned The gift she'll love the most! m at rau wm MM nw WIIK in w A. HOODED SHIRT AND PULL-ON PANTS Casual Time creates comfy casuals for sporty little girls! Hooded sweatshirt is long sleeved with a 5" front ripper. Team it with wide band pull-on pants of polyester crepe. Both items in Spring green, peach and yellow. Shirt, 4 to 6x 7.00 Shirt, 7 to 14............... 8.00 Pant, 7-14 only ........8.00 B. GIRLS' HOLIDAY PANT SUITS Casual time goes a little bit more dressy with these polyester crepe pant suits for the holidays! Peach and bright blue colorations with dainty embroidery on the shirt jac. Soft, feminine fabric that's completely washable. SIZES 4-6x 14.00 7-14 16.00 C HAND MADE ANIMAL TOYS............3.29 Delightful little cats and poodles made of the softest, cuddly yarn. double as o soap cover for large sizes bars. Fun decorations, too! Cndar Rapldn Downtown Third Floor and Undo to Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore KILLIAN'S, LINDALE PLAZA OPEN TIL PM SATURDAY, DECEMBER U All Three Killicm Stores OPEN SUNDAY Killians Killians Save 2.00 on these warm pajamas. Buy several as gifts! Boys' Flannel Pajamas 5.39 REGULARLY 7.50 Shrinkage controlled 100% cotton flannel pajamas for boys are color fast for safe, easy washing. Pajamas have a shaped coat for a closer, warmer fit. Choose from patterns in blue, red or yellow tones. At this price you'll want to stock up on several pairs for gifts! Sizes 8-20. Cedar Bar, Downtown StrMt Floor and Pktza lowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore SATURDAY HOURS, CEDAR RAPIDS: KILLIAN'S DOWNTOWN AM to PM., LINDALE AM to PM MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITY: AM TO PM
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