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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IQ The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June 15, 1971 Rush: Administration Will Push Lower Meat Margins was negotiating wtth Canada and other countries to relax their restrictions on imports of meat from here. By Lee M. Cohn Washington Star-News Service WASHINGTON - The Nixcn administration will press middlemen to lower retail meat prices by reducing their profit margins, Kenneth Rush, Pres ! ident Nixon’s' chief economic adviser, said Friday. This is the best way to over-    ^ i . come the glut of meat that has    OMO Ti <3 CIS depressed cattle and hog prices. DES MOINES (UPI) - Iowa Commerce Commission ( hair- Links Grain Ties to Rai Rush said. He indicated strongly to reporters that the administration man Maurice Van Nostrand will reject demands by cattle- Fridav accused giant grain men for meat import quotas as ani„ of •‘oonipetition.de-1 a means of raising domestic st|.0>- prac,iCeS” that con-livestock prices.    tributed to the state's rail ear Monday Meeting    shortage and reduced corn and Rush and Agriculture Secre- soybean prices, tary Earl L. Butz have called a Van Nostrand told a congres-White House meeting Monday sional hearing on transportation with cattlemen, feeders, re- problems in the marketing of tailers and others in the meat grain and other commodities, J trade, in response to demands by livestock producers for government action to raise prices. chaired by Rep. Neal Smith (D-Iowa), that the big grain firms have had an ‘unjustifiable One demand, backed by influ- hold" on railroad grain-carry ing ential members of congress, is equipment, for the reimposition of quotas to He said -dozens’' of Iowa county elevator managers have informed him that the only way to get adequate rail ears to move large shipments curtail meat imports. Noting reports that some cattlemen are threatened with bankruptcy because livestock prices have plunged while feed of grain was to sell to major prices remain high, Rush said grain companies that had cars the administration is willing to at their disposal. He said the help. Adverse Effect But import quotas would not help much, and might have ad- elevators often had to sell the grain to the large firms at “a considerable discount." “Those grain men were total-verse side effects by aggravat- h convinced that they were ing inflation and leading to PaMn8 *rom t0 ^ cents a foreign retaliation against U. S bushel for the cars which came agricultural exports, he said. ^em as a result of this kind The real problem is that retail marketing, \ an Most ran ti demand for meat has dropped sa^- below heavy supplies, he said, blaming middlemen for failing to lower prices in step with declines in livestock prices. “The most irritating thing about the ability of the big grain companies to provide equipment on this basis was that when Rush said he would urge the cars arrived, a significant middlemen at Monday’s meet- percentage of them — from 40 ing to narrow their profit mar- to 60 percent — were railroad gins as a way to lower retail owned cars." prices and thus stimulate meat Van \ostrand, a former buying.    grain    and    feed    businessman, added if farmers must pay 8 to 15 cents per bushel extra to rail Iowa grain to market, at least the extra revenue should be used to upgrade railbeds and increase t h e number of rail cars. Promote Harder He said he also would urge retailers to push harder with promotion of meat sales through weekend specials. Asked what the administration might do if the middlemen refuse to cooperate. Rush ad-; The ICC chief, whose agency vised, "use your imagination,’ oversees the operations of 1,200 But he ruled out renewal of jowa grain elevators, said the price controls.    "indefensible marketing practic- Additional efforts to boost es” began in late 1972 and were livestock prices include negotia- prevalent until April of this tions with Australia and Ireland year. for voluntary restrictions on    He indicated the same type of their meat exports to the United situation could occur this fall States. Rush said.    because of another predicted He also said the United States grain car shortage. Charge That Hall Jurors Drank During Deliberations IOWA CITY (AP) - Attorneys for convicted murderer James Hall contend their client should have a new trial because some members of the jury drank liquor before finding him guilty. The defense attorneys made the allegation in Johnson district court Friday in an amendment to a motion filed Thursday for a new trial. The amendment cites drinking by jurors as grounds for new trial in addition to 43 grounds listed in the original motion. “The jury was guilty of misconduct in that a majority of the members of the jury, believed to be nine, did consum* intoxicating liquor during the uled to be heard Tuesday morning. Hall, 20, was found guilty of second-degree murder May 22 in the March 13, 1973, strangulation of Sarah Ann Ottens, a University of Iowa nursing student. Hall is being held in Johnson county jail in lieu of $50,000 bond. He is scheduled to be sentenced June 27. Volks Offering Bonus To Quit WOLFSBURG, Germany IAP’ — Hit by a serious sales slump. Volkswagen Thursday offered any of its 100,000 workers prepared to quit their jobs a bonus of up to $3,600. A spokesman said the offer, worked out between management and .staff representatives, applied to those willing to hand in their notices this month. It was aimed at cutting down overproduction, he added. The world’s third largest auto producer anticipated that up to 3.000 workers will accept the unprecedented offer, which includes one month’s salary, full annual vacation pay and a bonus the size of which is determined by each individual’s income and years of employment. Volkswagen Chairman Rudolf Leiding told newsmen recently that VW had a stockpile of 470.000 unsold cars at the end of March. course of their deliberations at the time when the case had been submitted to them for determination by the court and prior to their return of the* verdict in open court.’’ the lawyers said in the amendment. The retrial motion is ached- Solons Ask for Action of Beef Two Democratic state legislators Friday called for action to alleviate the financial crisis facing the beef feeding industry. Rep. Bill Hutchins (D-Guthrie Center) called on Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz to back the establishment of a system of low interest, long term federal loans for cattle feeders. Meanwhile, Sen. Berl Priebe ;(D-Algona) demanded that the Nixon administration impose import quotas immediately. “I would also ask the consum ing public to ask their supplier? if the meat they are buying is ‘American or foreign,” Priebe said in a statement. Priebe said cattlemen are losing $100 to $200 a head and hogs are losing $10 to $20 per head when they are marketed. The legislator also criticized the general farm organizations for not taking a firm stand ; against meat imports. Are they afraid to take a stand because they now have people lobbying for them in; j Washington who were formerly employed by the Nixon ad-! ministration?” Priebe asked. IO YEARS AGO — The supreme court ruled that the Con* s’tuition's Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimina-i lion applies in state as well as in federal proceedings. _ SA NI > UU •C ° IS I— <c a'* ° t7 CL O h- *» ■o 4, E ac $8 $ O £ 'S £ .2 5 ~ —j -J _/i ■£ Sr <t iv? af w o I * 1 c t7~, LXJ CL. l£*l< fc J s o > c 51 GO GO ■JO Ort ow o o^>< CJ ws ♦*    <L»    flu VSS*oSS* ct?S2«cu om ct ° LO CXI GO CU o on Cl. I O o on CXL CL. CO ZD WANT AD RATES 18 Personal* 44 _Halp Wonted PHONE 398-8234 I or 2 day*............................60c    per    agate    lino    p«r    day 3 day* (consecutive) ................. 50c    par    agate    lino    por    day 4-5-6 day* (consecutive) ........ 45c    per    agate    line    per    day PAY FOR 6 DAYS AND On THE 7th DAY FR IEI 8 to 29 day* (consecutive) .............. 39c    per    agate    line    per    day 30 day* (consecutive) ................... 37c    per    agate    line    per    day I DAY 3 DAYS 4 DAYS 6 DAYS PAY FOR 2 lines $1.20 $3.00 $3.63 $5.52 6 DAYS 3 lines GET THI 4 lines 2.40 6.00 7.36 I 1.04 7»h DAY 5 linns 3.bo 7.50 ...........$16....... 13.80 FREE! MINIMUM size ad is 2 lines. For small size type want ads count four average words for the first line and five words each additional line. A blind box number in care of The Gazette counts as four words. Add $ I service charge if box number is used. ($1.50 if replies are mailed to you). DEADLINES 4:45 P.M. Day Preceding Publication 11 A.M. Saturday for Sunday Publication 11:45 A.M. Saturday for Mon. Publication Want Ad Office Open 8 A M. to 5 P.M. Mon. thru Tri. Sat. ’til Noon CORRECTIONS—CANCELLATIONS 8 to 9 A M. day of Pub.; 11:30 A.M. Sat. for Sun. ERROR RESPONSIBILITY: THE GAZETTE will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion and only for that portion of the ad that may have been rendered valueless by such error. Each insertion is proof of publication, and it is the responsibility of the advertiser to check each insertion. Cash in Advance Classification*: 32-36-38-70-120*140 Out-of-Town Want Ads Ara Payable in Advance The One-Time Rate Applies To Out-of-State Advertising l-N-D-E-X • Where To Find It in The Want Ads CLASSIFICATIONS • ANNOUNCEMENTS .......................2    thru 40 • EMPLOYMENT ...........................42    thru 58 • TRANSPORTATION ......................60    thru 76 •MERCHANDISE ........................80    thru I IO • FINANCIAL ........................... 120    thru    130 • MOBILE LIVING ...................... 140    thru    149 • RENTALS ..............................150    thru    168 • REAL ESTATE ..............  170    thru    196 • FARMERS’ MARKETPLACE ............ 200    thru    234 ii a & * Symbols Make It Simple To Shop Gazette Want V    Ads!    J .....   ■■■    ■    I...............  —— IMPERIAL MASSAGE INC. OUTCALLS ONLY HOME, HOTEL, MOTEL MASSAGE MASSEUSE MASSEUR Guaranteed aiiractive PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED OPEN 24 HOURS PHONE 362-3508 Gentlemen's Lesiur Hauer Exceptional service rates tor reasonable Competent Massuses and Massures. Office, Hotel, Motel calls only Appointment necessary Complete Massage. $20. 4 P M to 2 A M 393-8456. PROBLEM DRINKING Treatment Center, Beautiful Surround!nos, Unlocked Doors LAKESIDE FOUNDATION A RETREAT FOR RECOVERY Box 1443, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Call 319-377-8279_ SULT ANS PALACE NE 4105 CENTI R POINT RD 393 1974. 12 to 12, Master Charge, Bank America and Personal checks accepted proper Identification necessary. Ladies welcome. SULTANS PALACE . Sauna, Shower Complete Heavy or Light Massages $15. For the particular people NO OUT CALLS 4105 Center Point Rd. 393-1974 MASSAGE^ 365-2334 Office calls and out calls, too. Home, apartment, hotels, and motels. Mon. - Sat. lo AM - I AM. 1250 1st St. NW. Ginny's Inc. The best-traced masseuses and masseurs. ‘ OLD TREASURED PHOTOS RESTORED and reproduced. Bring yours in for a free estimate. Duncan Studio, Town and Country. NOT responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself on or after June 13, 1974 Randall Wayne - Mover. 320 1 4th St. Marion, la __ CONTACTING other Psychic or E S P. Anamosa area, no money. Write Box U-370 Gazette SPIN CITY Laundromat. 2020 North: Towne Lane N.E , Betoss from Carpeting PREGNANT and Dist -ssed? Birth-! right, Mort.-Fri., 7-10 P.m., 362-0469. 20    M usic- Dancing-Tutoring We have an Immediate Opening for an experienced MECHANIC THIS I* an excellent opportunity (or a top level mechanic to loin a leading dealership. We have a lot to otter the right person. For all the details stop in and talk to .. Nick Long USED CAR RECONDITIONING DEPARTMENT RAPIDS CHEVROLET 600 1st Ave. E PAINTER'S HELPER WE have an opening In our Used Car reconditioning de D.irtment. Prefer some paint experience. Good pay and company benefits APPLY IN PERSON TO NICK LONG RAPIDS CHEVROLET 600 1st Ave. E. BODY SHOP MANAGER Tremendous future with fast growing body shop. Immediate opening for experienced body shop manager with a proven track record. Salary and commission range $15,000 to $18,000. Phone or send resume to: BOB ZIMMERMAN BOB ZIMMERMAN FORD 4001 '.st Avenue SE Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402 Phone 319-364 0181 44_Help    Wa    rifted rn rn Lost & Found ANNOUNCEMENTS 3 Mortuaries - Monuments NOVAK MONUMENT CO. 203 14th Ave. SE    Dial    364-4439 LOST-Smail white female poodle ; south of Cedar Rapids. $25 Reward. 848-4939. LOST AT AIRPORT woman's pre-| seriation glasses, beiqe case. 364-8433.    __ FOUND near Linn -Mar high school small puppy. 377-7792. FOUND: Male Cocker Spaniel in Cedar Hills. Call 365-6510 LOST larqe long haired, beiae, male cat. Cedar Hills. 363-3000 GUITAR lesson by qualified Instructor IO years' experience. For appointment rail 393-4501, PIANO LESSONS, experienced teacher with degree. 393-2830 22 Bridal Service* OD Cemetery Lots 4 GRAVE lots, choice locution. Mount Moriah section, Cedar Memorial. $650. 362-0403 FAMILY crypt, Cedar Memorial Cemetery, Garden of Eternal Love ' section. 393-7348 A NEW Want Ad Number. Jot it , down . . . 398-8234 >8 Personals Complete Floral Coordination TOMAN FLORIST & GIFT SHOP 615 Center Point Rd. NE 364-8139 JOB PRINTING, ALL KINDS SERVICE PRESS AND LITHO CO., INC., 1105 Third Street SE, 365-7501. MUSCLES ACHE? Relax! Relax! Call 362-6769 (cr Evans' MASSO THERAPY TREATMENTS. GO JU KARATE. 362-9737 ? ? QUESTIONS on or about the 28 Bible answered 377 9333. Rath(e. Mrs WEDDING CAKES Kenneth Smith, 363-9115. RECEPTION or- Party Headquarters at the LONGBRANCH, 377-6386 Where to Go SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! i 2 Business Services Business Serries BLACK DIRT FILL DIRT AND BANK SAND 10-yard loads only Ca'! for Quantity prices BJORNSEN CONST. CO, 319 393 47 I CONCRETE CONST. DRIVEWAYS, walks, steps, patos, basements, garage floors, etc Free estimates. L. Gephart, 364 834], HOUSE PAINTING DICK'S TREE SERVICE 'Interior, exterior, free estimates. 363-4457 or 36J 4208._ HAULING—CLEANUP Basement—aerage—yard and moving ! FREE ESTIMATES. Call 366 2600 ACME DECORATING SPRAY ana brusn, interior, exterior, residential, commercial, tree estimates, 364 4927. Oftice hours 9-3. IOWA Installation and Repair Co. build and repair windows, screens, 1 doors, lay tile, counter tops. 364-2749; free estimate. I Gutters, Roofs and Repair ; Cement, L. D. "Don" Craft, 364-6061 I    .... .......... —--------1. ...I ..... — SK S HOME IMPROVEMENT Additions, Kitchens, Fireplaces 377-0324 Atter 5, 377 6431 'WATER AND SEPTIC TANK RE PAi R. Concrete breaking base. I ment drainage,* Stark, 362-5827. PAINTING-PAPERING 1 Guaranteed Work — Free Estimates D. J. HINKER, 377-6277 A and D CONSTRUCTION NEW HOMES, GARAGE. Room Additions. Dial 365-/321 Terry Melsha Upholstering FINE FABRIC SAMPLES, 363-7246. ALL TYPES LANDSCAPING Sod, Dirt, Tree, Rock, Yard, Work J rn Hickey - 895-8550 GUARANTEED WORK - INSURED E ST IMAT E S—Ft RE WOOD 365-893/ ASPHALT SURFACING RESIDENTIAL, commercial, industrial. Concrete, stone and oilinq No Job too small. FREE ES1 TIMATES. Hours 9 to 3 364 4927. 34 Bookkeeping & Tok Service TYPING, 363-6584 3a Work Wonton—Mot ! carpenter work jUSt ENDED ceilings, paneling, home i repairs, additions, etc., free es i    J316 Otis Rd. S.E., 365-4061 after 5:30. HAULING -Heavy or light general clear. up. Window washing, TREE, Shrubbery Hedqe removal and trimming. Lowest rates abound. I prompt service, insured. 365-3871. ' u,,»,rx«C.LEAN'UP HAULING WINDOW washing, small roofing lobs, painting, lawn work, tree Shrubbery hedqe removal and trim ming. Low rates. Phone 364-1350 FUN AND GAMES Monday 8 P M. Benefit c.R. Jaycees KOZY INN 1004 1st Ave. N.E.    34JE398! DEEP dish Pizzas delivered, call I 362-2681 tor delivny on the East! Side. Steakland-Pizzeria 4002 1st Ave N E FUN AND GAMES Monday 8 P.M. Benefit C.R. Jaycees KOZY INN KXMIJS:l Ave. N.E.    362-3981 SAFARI LOUNGE Breakfast - lunches. Od en 5;3h a.rn Park in back. 229 16th Ave SW. .    ; NOW OPEN 6 A.M. TO 3 A M. BUTTERFLY CAFE__ EUN and Games-- Saturday and Sunday Montrose, doors ooen both nights at 6:30. . WWWWVWWWWXWWWWWWVM^WV EXECUTIVE SECRETARY WHO can assist local manager in office management. For this responsible position, we are interested in visiting with a mature responsible person with skill in the normal areas of secretarial duties (shorthand not necessary) as well as a person who can accept responsibility, organize, meet the public well, is outqoinq and has people sensitivity. Prefer someone with 3 years office experience IF YOU WANT A POSITION, NOT JUST A JOB and can accept a challenge and want a future In a young, exciting, growing organization--write for a STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL interview Gazette Box Q 366.____ AGGRESSIVE MANAGER. We have promoted many trainees to top positions in nine months, lf you're sharp and want the satisfaction of running your own show, we have an exceptional opportunity for you. We offer you a training program with one successful manager ~ if you meet the qualifications, you will move into your own store as manager. Yoe'll be working with a stronq nation, I corporation wiich offers VA approved training, paid vacation, hospitalization and an exciting future. You must furnish good references. Apply at 4652 1st Ave. N.E. COOK OR ASSISTANT ~ MANAGER TRAINEES . START your career with MARC'S BIG BOY. We will train you to our system and advance you in the rapid expansion of our iowa territory. This is a secure permanent position with no layoffs, good salary and full company benefits. Apply to Bill Freeman 4801 1st Ave. S.E. 9 to ll, and 2 to 4 P.M. METAL WORKER NEEDED AT ONCE We have one immediate opening In our passenger car body shop for hotly repair work. EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PAIN I ING EXPE RIE NCL HEI Pf DI PULL TIME POSITION GOOD PAY PAID VACATIONS PAID HOLIDAYS HOSPITAL INSURANCE AND OTHER BENEFITS APPLY AT ONCE TO ELMER MCCOY RAPIDS CHEVROLET 601 1st Ave. S.E. PURCHASING SUPERVISOR PROMINENT manufacturer of so phisticated electronic devices seeks experienced supervisor of purchasing department functions. Career opportunity with excellent po tentla. Successful candidate will have comprehensive knowledge of components, meters, transformers, gears and other items used in elec Ironic assembly operations We are a relatively younq, highly success tul company and have achieved a prominent position in our inustry. Located in the central Midwest, we provide comprehensive bene fits with full relocation allowance Salary will be commensurate with training and experience Send res urnes in confidence to Gazette Box K-360. Interviews will be arranged af our expense with qualified applicants. AN equal opportunity employer DRAFTSMAN Mechanical draftsman for heat transfer company. Will do desiqn work, detail drawings, write bills of material, and figure material costs. Chance for qualified draftsman to really contribute. Good working conditions with many company benefits Apply in person or call: PERFEX DIVISION MCQUAY PERFEX INC Vinton, Iowa 319 472 4763 SERVICE MANAGER PROGRESSIVE Ford Dealer in Sandpoint. North Idaho's Recrea tion Capital has excellent opportunity for experienced individual that desires to accept challenge and responsibility in Service Manaqer's position with qood income and all the (rinqe benefits. Send qualifications and resume, Attention: D.R. Wall , Evergreen Ford, Inc., PO. Box 550, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 AVIONICS TECHNICIAN Service light corporate type adcraft, avionics and auto pilot. At least 4 years recent experience In avionics. Growth Opportunity for ambitious, irdlvidual with interest In general aviation. Permanent employment, respected firm, paid medical insurance, vacations, and holidays. Send resume or call service manager: Tower Avionics Center, P.O. Box 2444, Hangar 8, Oakland International Airport Oak land, Calif. 945)4    (415)    635-3500. 44 Hatp Wanted TOP CALIBER MAINTENANCE MAN IHI person wa are seeking will have lull and tole charge of all maintenance functions for a mc derately sized downtown office b'Mdinq. Must be reasonably knjwiedqable and able to perform it. ihe following grea-i: Air Conditioning, Plumbing Electrical. Carpentry and Painting (This Is not janitorial work.' THE qualified candidate must be a good time organizer and aggressive Benefits include unusually good salary, unltorms, paid vacation. with excellent Group Insurance plan available. Please write In confidence and tall us about yourself Gazette Box L 361 EXPERIENCED MECHANIC for modern VW service department. We're a growing organization and can offer you a chance to grow with us. lop pay with liberal benefits. All Apply to MR. HARMER REEVE VOLKSWAGEN 1919 Collins RD. Road NE COOK—WARD HELP EMPLOYMENT • • 14 42 Help Wonted—Agencies TECHNI-SEARCH, INC, 119 3ro ST, NE    1-319-363-3013 44 Help Wonted SNELLING & SNELLING SUITE 1805    PHONE    366    074/ if. t OWER, 200 1st St. SE MURPHY EMPLOYMENT! 41/ 1st Ave. SE 364-6195 RAPID PLACEMENT Suite 203, Iowa Theatre Bldg. j 363-968/ HAULING, 362-1630 Most anyth nq any time—hedqe and j tree cutting reasonable rates. GENERAL hauling, garbage, cran _       _ up, titling, hedqe trims, gutters,    dm nincrmn concrete work, excavating, sodda.q,    RN DIRECTOR L'.eap rates. 366-2064.    Qp    nursing    service,    in    50    bed    basic HAULING—tree, hedge, shrubbery nursing home, in Maquoketa Iowa FOR complete central air condit.or trimming and removal lawn mow-i q service, call    mg—painting alt kinds 366 1409 | Marion Sheet Metal    377-4556, boy    is    wants yard mowing    around! Nelson Cabinets. Redo your    sTh%t    Tl,'363tnTa'rnon    Road    t0 BATH, x.tchen, rec room, 365-8072    DOHL DCDAIDC    I LAP HOME IMPROVEMENTS    I,    KUUh ,,_PAiKj CARPENTER, cabinets, countertoos, Chimneys, Gutters    362-2848 j _ pane .rig After 6 3/7 3368    HA(J    jNG™— anything, reasonable   -its 2938 COLLEGE STUDENT needs work, experienced painting, inferior ex tenor, free estimates. *<>3-9564. ' I 5MAI L carpenter jobs, prompt service, 377-3769 after 4:30 p.m. 7 to 3 shift, per hour. Mon, thru Fri. LPN S i 30 PAINTING - REASONABLE JERRY V OS DI N G H: 364 /017 RUG SHAMPOOING By Val 365-2996 Of MdWI WALLPAPERING-PAINTING REFERENCES, Bill larv.s. 364 6688 |CONCRETE WORK. block laying, //ANTED Carpenter and Concrete! o rt. water basemen' reoatr, ex work, no lob loo small 345-*uu cevating John Fields, 362-7538.    J? BREEDEN TREE SERVICE    362 9596" Estimates given, insured. 377-7128    M9'.io*rd,n    ,1,linc,'    u\ FULL and part time positions available. 53.20 per hour. Phone 319 652-4V68 FACTORY SHOP HELP EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Apply PICKWICK Co. 1120 Glass Rd. N E. MODERN building, good pay, paid neaith a ct lite insurance, refire ment plan. Can live in Contart Mr. or Mr s. Richard A. Kelley,, Mdini,nitrators Des Moines County Health Care Facility West Burlington, Iowa _____Phone    319-752-2940__ IMMEDIATE OPENING AT LOCAL industrial concern tor! i truck driver with minimum of 2 years recent truck drivma *x-I DOI lunet1 Must have satisfactory I safety record and meet all other: Department Of Transportation re-:    augments.    Send detailed work history and personal information! j including telephone to: Box J-359: Gazette. DIE MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL PREVIOUS experience helpful. i SEND RESUME TO. MIDLAND FORGE INC. I P. O. BOX 1627 CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA__ MAINTENANCE ROOM and board furnished, Blue Cross-Blue Shield and Life Insurance benefits Apply In person. LINN COUNTY HOME MARION. I A.    398-3534 WE ARE NOW taking applications! for full and part time help to work at our rent-a-car counter at the! airport Hours: 2:30-1) P. M Sun thru Thurs. night Part time during the day on Sat and Sun 8 A,M 3 P M. Apply in person at 4th Ave and 2nd St. S E. MEDICAL SECRETARY EXPERIENCED, start Immediately, i Write Medical Associates 1200 Main, Dubuaue, la. 52001 OR Call Mr. Johnson, 319 556-5802 RN or LPN needed for 7 to 3 shift. Part cr full time. Also Nurse aide' for 7 to 3 and 3 to It shift. Apply in person meth-wick manor 1224 13th st. N.W. 365-9171. HOUSE PAINTING, 366-2697 Prhe*f PAINT STORE employees ISM lit Ave. S.E day! SODDING GRADING KEN MILLER - 393 6436 PAINTING, exterior, interior, sured Roqer Willits 364 1132 or 3.6-1023 PAINTING, Interior, exterior. Free! estimate*. //ERVIN LARSON 8 Son 364-1322. ALL TYP! '. LANDSCAPING Sod, Dirt, Tree, Rock, Yard Work Jim Hickey - 8958550 HAULING clean yards, garages, cash or anything of value 3j3-5/C2 JOHN WALKER DRY WALL 366-5631 Tractor 362 1518 TING and C cut. Reasonable. 365- PAINTING end Cleaning Inside and 58230. IM Wort Wonted—Worn** Of NEPAL HAULING ANO i-URNITURE 362 / 712 fill {CAT work, beat Roe, black and dirt, excavating. 364 0520 Cf RAMIC file and carpet installed 3/7 6435 after 4 p rn SPECIALIZING in PATCHING and PLASTERING, I d Simon, 36/ 7774 STONE wails, punters, patios, crete drive wav*. 365 3088 con J4S ROOFING and merits 366 6677 or Home Improve 366 4309 BELL'S TROWER SHOP 4/8 F Ave, N.W., 364-8)53 LIGHT HAULING ANO CLEANUP An/ v i rid. Any Time 365 247/ PAINTING (Inferior, exterior) FREE EST IMA T E V- 365-7351 BOOTH TREF SERVICE 366 3800 , 363-0539 J A J. DUSCHECK UphoJstermg Fabric Samples, estimates. 362-5741 CHIMNEY REPAIR AND j POINTING. 277-3469 DRAGLINE: DOLL HOUSE NURSERY Long Established '.tate Licensed 2 LOCATIONS- Call 366-1302 3516 Center Point Road fit 2601 FIRST Avenue SW STH ST DAY CARE CENTI P A Warm reassuring Place To de ^arly Childhood Development Stat! 6 6 Mon hr, 713 8lh St St' 367 2631. take loving care of your baby In my country home, day or night, $50 week 365-1077 WILL do INFANT da,-are , Mon,, thru Tri., my home, Mercy Hospital area J6 5 8234 RELIABLE Babysitting, my home, day,, full or part t me, N E. Refer, ence 362 615/ BABYSITTING IN I- I cr N E , da enced college girl TODAY is A GOOD day to browse through the Want Ads Then dial 398 82 )4 loc your needs RELIABLE NURSE wants infant care up to I1/ years old, my S I home, day.. 364 47/v. I SEWING ALTERATIONS, 365 5676 1015',a B Ave NW Weekends BABYSITTING (WANTED    362-2380 WU L fart- for one child, my home, washington Ave t )66Zi)9 conditions, my Apply in person, I Barney s Paint & Wallpaper WATER TREATMENT PLANT and waste water operator and assist on streets. Grade 2 certificate preferred but not essential Call 245-2098 or write City Clerk.;, office, Elkader, Iowa Person lo Wait Tables Apply in perse,n to Butterfly Cafe RECEPTIONIST Ai SO to train as optician, . For more mforr- atlon Write Box P 365 Gazette LPN RELIEF NURSE HALLMARK NURSING HOME MT. VERNON, IOWA    895    8891 HEAD TELLER POSITION available immediately. BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST ref" experienced person who tan ,,mr ^ ptn.ripnr,h t ingle v ies anc) do some heavy VA experienced. Apply in per-work 40 hour week, quod working-    •    .    _    .    . Refrigeration Equipment Co. 509 4th Ave S E. DENTAL ASSISTANT CHAIR SIDE ASSISTANT To start July I. Experienced. CALL 3844121 forjnterview SALAD HELP CEDREL SUPPER CLUB Atkins 446-2300. TRUCK DRIVER RUBBISH packer end roll-off ooera Cedar Rapids Clean Up Co. J4S-2792_ RESIDENT MANAGER LARGE apartment building. Expert-ence preferred References re quired. Write Gazette Box - C - 353 YOUR »ys only, 366 7094 HOM! f aperi Cali 364 9135 for appointment Gr;j“*'aT,'‘ST,b'!nn,,y5ciPERS0N ,o wait °n tab|«- iesort,    Apply in person, DRAGON RESTAURANT. ROCk y: ( LIV'OII, RI VER VI I // I ow a, VZ ANT SEMI DRIVERS Tor livestock hauling, preferably with farm background Full time or part time Call 319 6/8 4406 MAN Oft WOMAN Part tim# eve rung janitorial work Apply at HOI J Ave Nf hat ween I (I *, :J0 D rn. DENTAL ASSISTANT WILL train proper party. Typing required, state references and ex-p*?ricnce. Box F 356 Gazette. TV TECHNICIAN Rf I lABLf babysitting my home days or nights, S t . 36 3 7234 TUCK WILL BABYSIT 2ND SHIFT, MY HOME, CALL 363-8385 vow. •».«v.2i55MOt v'0‘'K!B*w,\'r“.nxr »ir-v*,KM'5 BLUE GPAS5 50D, 3/7 3564    ...... BEAU- IP YOU tan really repair TV, we have a top paying opening! 319 465-2)46______ JQiLY WAGON DR I VI RS BOYS and GIRLS with driver's license to sell ic# cream. 363 loo* Care CONfRFfF work; Sidewalks, ways, patios, etc 36 3 6927. CONTRI ti and CARPENTER Work Remodel, Garage, etc. Muni, 393 6533 CEMENT WORK-H S. (J CONST. ANY KINO 166 0)45 References. t65 0820 drive WOULD tiff TG DO BABYSIT UNG Si 363 2/// WILL BABYSIT DAYS rn n y N W i wer .i f iv i (I . 367 8051 //IM baby.it m my home days Fenced card. $ 6. 365 Diva WANTED full IIVI T IC IAN t'f r ITI be AUTY SAI ON 3 ll 4848 WANT! D full time bookkeeper and secretary for t>mali business, 363-I960, 8 to 4 30 Mon thru Frl. WANTED: Part t,me person to walt .    LRN PART TIM! table'., experienced, call between 5 3 lo ll. Inquire Independence and 9 am 356 4 et    Center, Independence, la. WOULD like an ekt'-rlw woman to BABYSITTER tor school eg# chil* live in, care l r 3 children. Refer dren, 5 day week, c.,»|| JA7 9949 ,    I.) na    Mo,.    i' u, N„p Mlri¥ lor EXPERIENCED ‘ARM    fOtJPlt    salon, N I loc. a tion 366 2J93 for cow calf operation    Call    415 ; . Ar,*/  ...... 3127, 163-8256    ^ J for cleaning, I day week, own transportation 363 I64h CGUNSf I ORS net dad for boy's , *bi .... ^    . ,,   «-•' I'W'-ra* ' cff ISL**reV®*»7i Full time clerk A poly in person e y»>|Kkiri ”»•*«,1 tin ,i«, ns, MAML    *'af‘'hRUi« HOUSEKEEPER WAMTBD work 176 //th St Dr S t    mornings or evenings, 364-8891 Olpe labor-343 ///I C all * GENERAL FOREMAN SECOND SHIFT SHOULD have some knowledge of welding, machine operations, and shearinq, punching and forming of light gauge material. Benefits include, paid vacation, profit sharing, paid holidays, bonus, paid health and accident Insurance and other extras. Send written resume to: P. O. Box 346, Monticello, la. i . WH WANTED persons to wait tables and bartend for our new Gold Room opening soon at: Roy's Horseshoe Lounge Apply In person. 608 16th St. N.E. ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR LOCAL volunteer agency needs Individual to administer agency affairs. This individual must coordinate committees and programs within aqency policy framework as well as serve as representative to many community meetings. Many evening meetings will be involved In this 40-hour week. Contact 365-0487 2 FARM OPENINGS House furnished and lots of good benefits for: MILKER GENERAL FARM WORKER Call 364-7672 For Information SALES and REPArR MECHANICAL. APTITUDE and some SALES Experience necessary. Will tram Qualified person. (MUST BE BONDABLE.) NEWTON JEWELRY CO. 200 2nd STREET, S.E._ OFFICE HELP ’ MATURE person to work in our warehouse office. Experience pre-^rred.^ Apply in person to DEAN SMULEKOFF'S WAREHOUSE 508 1st ST. S. JE._ DRAFTSMAN RESPONSIBLE position for experienced engineering architectural draftsman. Call 365-692/ for appointment, ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES WE NEED t or 2 EXPERIENCED CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY MECHANICS Call John Hublv, 377-1595 OFFICE CLEANING LADY or man tor office cleaning, part time evenings, also full time position for floor maintenance, In-hr,V1S, ll3? PW. weekdays, 11-12 Sat. 720 3rd Ave. S E. PART TIME OFFICE HELP WANTED VARIED hours. PIDGEONS 3117 1st Ave S E. 366-7366. PART TIME COOK THE KNIGHT LIFE 848-408    _ MANAGER POR. Piffacliflv Tavern, Roosevelt .    APOlv    in carson only Jo W B. Thompson, manager Parts Department Assistant TYPING squired — 366-1891 between a and 5. O R APTS PERSON-Enqineering Technician, Associatat Degree or S'G'Ciyrat excellence Call Lkmei, 319 588 2 381. TRUS JOIST COR-hukxxi .uni Duougue, iowa. PERSON to learn the rustproofing pws'teSS- Apply in person only at i/45 F Ave, N I SALARY commensurate with experience. MATURE PERSON OVER 35. PART time cashier, nights, some typing LE DAW RAI’IDJ TWIN DRIVE IN THEATRE BOYS OR GIRLS rIJ'm# summer work, SEpAR RAPtDS TWIN DRIVE IN THEATRE APPOINTMENT Clerk. Apply et Montrose Hold Heritage Room, between the hours of 9-3, Mon, thru Frl. Ma ss uses and Massures wanted, ’<*> P«v benefits, 365-2334, Ginny s Inc. Middle aged person lo make up rooms in small motgf In town. 144 I BH t P^on tor secretary ln smfl|1 oM‘«- <«•' 393 2987 tor aooolntment. f ULL-TIMI sates service; nxperl-em*. preferred Apply at A 8. H Appl I aru a 1394 7th Ave. Marion WE LOT R needed with sheet metal experiance helpful. Dial 157 I1J2. ONI EULL TIM I MALE BAR-TI NDI R, part lime <o<kla!l waitress, 393 9892. HI I P WANTED afternoon and eve mon ..‘git A ooly lr. pe.yo,, / I teven Store, 3315 Isl Ave. J I BABY SITTER , day*, N E. 364 7919, KEYPUNCH OPERATOR IMMEDIATE opening, day shift, excellent salary and working conditions. Apply at CENTURY ENGINEERING 221 4th Ave. S.E. An equal opportunity employer M F EXPERIENCED AUTO BODY PERSON WE have had a body man move out of town and we need an experienced auto body person to replace him. This a year around busy ; shop. Commission or hourly waq*. KEN ANDREWS AUTO RESTORATION _ SPRING HOUSE WE ARE infervlewinq for persons interested in full time kitchen and grill help. We have a good job tor you if you are ambitious, clean and looking for long term employment. Experience not necessary if you are willing lo learn. Contact Max Bachman af SPRING HOUSE, 3980 Center Point Rd. N. E. 393- BAKER WANTED FULL TIME, GOOD PAY MUST be reliable Experience preferred, but not necessary. Personal interviews 4 to 5 P M. Mon thru Fri. D0NUTLAND WEST 2606 WILLIAMS BLVD. N.W. PRODUCTION FOREMAN (for 20 employees), lf you want a better iob—wdh more pay—and more opportunity:    Local chemical firm needs aggressive production manager. Leadership and mechanical capability are POSITIVE REQUIREMENTS. Possible $12,000 salary a year-negotiable; plus bonus, commissions, profit sharing. Excellent Insurance and benefit program. Write Gazette Box 0-364. CASHIER TYPIST “ PERMANENT position for person with high school education and good grades. General office duties Include tvpinq, some figures, and meeting the public. Good starting salary, 5 day week, air conditioned office See Norm Shaffer. DIAL FINANCE 113 3rd Ave. S.E. _ EXPERIENCED Arc and Setup Welders APPLY BARNARD & LEAS MFG., INC. 1200 12th St. S.W. An Eauai Opportunity Employer Triangle Bandag Tire Co. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK CAPABLE of maintaining complete accounts payable system— bookkeeping experience preferred SALARY commensurate with experi-ence. CALL 377-8215_ ~ JOURNEYMAN SHEETMETAL WORKER NATIONAL OATS CO. _ An Eaual Opportunity Employer PERSON to bartend and wait tables No experience necessary. STAR- LITE ROOM. 362-4759 EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER 365-9005 DAY Barmaid. Apply in person mornings. BILL'S TAP, Marion. MAKE A NOTE of the new Wtnt Ad Number. 398-8234 S4 Help Wanted—Solos Commission Draw Salary, or Advance JOHN ZACHAR JR., Realtc/s are looking for men or woman to work In the fascinating world of real estate. Over 65 hours of education and training lo help you get started riaht. Call now for a private interview, Please cell DICK SMITH at 366-3511. ZACHAR REALTORS 3700 1st Avenue N.E.    366-35J! SALES PERSONS OR PHOTOGRAPHER TRAINEES TRAIN now to become professional photographer or competent sales person. Both positions ooen. Must be reliable— good personality-have car— eniov travel and working with people, Above average earnings. Immediate outings. 309-764 3796 WANTED Office equipment salesperson. Salary Commission . Car allowance 9 year old -stabllshed Cedar Rapids firm Call for confidential interview, 364-2990 0 N TO BUY OR SELL 393-5073 OR 393-1771 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE NATIONAL Corporation needs candidates tor management training $?0o weekly salary during training when you qualify. Would prefer supervisory sales experience and ability to meet the public. FOR interview call 162 5411. AN Equal Opportunity Employer ROUTE DRIVER needed bv chemical company In the Quad City area Excellent opportunity lo grow and advance with a email company and share In profits. Must be 21 and have a good drtv log record Write or call, Barton Naphtha Corp., 204 36th St., Bet tandorf, Iowa (phone 355 0203). An Equal Opportunity Employer physicians mutual INSURANCE COMPANY would like to hire good accident and health and life euent lo work In Eastern Iowa, leads furnished and many other benefits. Call M E. Meyers at 366 3910. Monday thru Saturday, S II A M. * Ladies want a business of your own that won't upset your family du he*.. yet offers good money with no cash outlay Queen's Way would like to invest In you. Call Barb. 854 7324 or 393 3691. $5 an HOURI Sou d pratly good? Par I time and full lima commission work. call 37 / 8505 AUTOMOBILE SALES, new and used, I ord and Mercury. Lea Motors. Vinton, Iowa FOR THI RIGHT ONE THIS it a career sales position with opportunity, 377-6173. I ARN extra rrtongy, Cull rt1* *or **• tails on this ext Ulna opportunity. I64 773J, ;