The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on June 2, 1983 · Page 14
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 14

Des Moines, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1983
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.V II 2M THE DES MOINES REGISTER Thurs., June 2, 1983 REGISTER PHOTO BY LARRY STONE Sbanaban not candidate for W1 chief Viq!U CENTER Upper Level Mall Entrance as By FRANK SANTIAGO t -, w3 COMPLETE WITH YOUR CHOICE OF GLASS OR PLASTIC LENS SINGLE VISION BI-FOCALS FT 25 - FT 28 TBI-FOCALS FT 25 - FT 28 $4450 $6950 $8950 CALL JOHN MURPHY, Certified Optician with more than 20 years in Des Moines and the manager of the Optical Department at Brandeis Appointments for eye examinations can be easily arranged. PHONE 223-2545. Up to 6.00 6.00 Diap. Use your Brandeis Charge. American Express, Visa or Master Card 10 to 9 daily. . . also open Sundays. And You Have Brandeis Customer Guarantee Pa mo mfm 2 14 Merle Hay Mall (acroM from Walgreen) 276-1581 Slashes Prices On Van Heusen & Enroe Knit Shirts Vi PRICE End of Season Prices for Father's Day! Marmaduke . . . he's big as a horse but gentle as a kitten. Look for Marmaduke in the Comics pages of The Des Moines Register. if - - ' jp ' il " , ' a ' li pi if7 Feeding time in the loft Farmer Mark Bronner of rural Creaco splashes some milk while feeding a Utter of mixed-breed puppies that make their home in the loft of the dairy barn where Bronner farms with bis father, Clarence. C.R.'s Lattner Auditorium placed on National Register TIN RtfMtr'f lew Nw Stride CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - The Lattner Auditorium building here has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1910, the Lattner Building represents a unique combination of modern commercial and residual classical ornamentation in its design. pecia I MorietiBS ot wrv-rnn te , Offers Good Through Sunday, June 5 I bMLt Balled & Burlapped Trees Now 5 to 6 feet tall Title imnmuait cAlortisin nf thn nnnnlar Silipr I J IIIW IIIIIW. ww.ww..w. v-. - i , IKJ tf- MaPle rarely produces seeds! It grows quickly Jl to a clean, well-shaped tree, 50 to 60 feet tall. The cutleaf . foliage is green witn a silvery reverse and turns a golden yellow in the fall. Silver Queen Maple Trees $16.95 each Reg. Price $22.95 WYOMING WHITE MARBLE CHIPS I mn wt. $o lM. r Decorative marble chips are perfect around trees, shrubs, evergreens. This is the ideal method of eliminating maintenance. Also enhances the beauty of your home. 4 bags for $9.99 Regularly $3.99 bag BIG 50 lb. BAGSMS Earl May DANDELION & WEED CONTROL Plus Lawn Food DANDELION & WEED CONTROL i-laWN FOOD COVERS 5 OOO SO FT Eliminates dandelions and other broadleaf weeds. Gives a full feeding of lawn fertilizer. Adds iron to the soil to prevent yellowing. 5.000 sq. ft. bag $14.95 Reg. $17.95 10,000 sq. ft. bag $28.95 Reg. $34.95 HOW on SALE Earl May SPREADERS (UNASSEMBLED) Reg. $69.95 $39.95 Rag. $49.95 $29.95 Earl May Insect Control Contains 5 Diazinon Ills I INSECT 1 CONTROL Just the thing to control Sod Web-worm, Grubs, Billbugs and other damaging insects in your lawn. 5,000 sq. ft. bag $12.98 Regular $14.98 JCME WIMf weed-no-more super weed-no-more lawn weed killer Wipes out dandelions, chick-weed and many other weeds. Contains TRIMEC. the herbicide the pros use. Quart, Regular $6.99 f10S0UIT0 i I - ft. $5.99 mm WMiSa The AnSWer jrunjt lnecnon To chlorosis Q Mellowing ot s leaves) Do it yourself. . .it's easy. Chemical is injected directly into sap system. There's no loss to weather or leaching. Treat a tree in 10 minutes or less. Iron Treatment $7.49 Iron Treatment $11.95 IS nil 7r,w UNCKTi Earl May ZINEB Fungicide Use to combat blight, leafspot, black rot, downy mildew. 12 oz. can Reg. $5.99 2 pounds $4.99 Z pounds An qq Reg. $12,999 1 11.03 I) SEVRM5 1 1 "" J ORTHO SEVIN 5 DUST NEW LOW PRICE 4 lbs. ONLY $2.98 Insecticide for general garden use. Kills fleas and ticks on dogs and cats. MOSQUITO BEATER Keeps mosquitoes away for days. One can treats 5.000 sq. While Supply Lasts Limited Quantities Only $5.79 eAaArA L NURSERY & GARDEN CENTER 5910 Dfctta 4131FlwDmt 1578 LEkM 1111 E. fray tat M. Acrws from krossfraa EetpU EtstEMran IhrteHMlM WikontelM. Shm SnittMplW . fli 276-5511 Pk.2SM0$ PH.2&9705 PH. 28) 5727 HOURS: MMii M SmdqlO-S Women's caucus to honor founders The Iowa Women's Political Caucus will honor its founding members Friday as part of activities to mark the group's lOtn anniversary. The events, under the heading of a 'Decade of Action." begin with a reception at 5 p.m. Friday at the home of Roxanne uonun, wnere women held the first meeting of the caucus 10 years ago. The group mil meet at 7 p.m. Friday at the Hyatt Hotel in Des Moines to honor the founding members and to present awards to the media for excellence in covering women and electoral politics. The activities are part of a fund-raising campaign for the caucus. Tickets for both events cost $25, while tickets for the hotel reception only are $10 a person. For more information and to buy tickets, contact Jill Wiley at 243-0766 or 288-8047. e r. 3 ""'SSft- ot 60 CERALO SHANAHAN Gerald Shanahan has not shown any interest in becoming West Des Moines' next police chief, and city officials are not considering hiring him, Shanahan and the mayor said Wednesay. Shanahan. who has resigned as chief of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation effective July 1, says he has not aonlied to replace Orval Cooney as chief of the West Des Moines police. Mavor George Mills agreed mat Shanahan is not in line to become police chief. "Jerry has never called me and I'm not going to call him," said Mills. "I don't know where that story got started," Shanahan said Wednesday about reports that he was interested in replacing Cooney. "I've not been approached." But the DCI chief stopped short of ruling out the possibility. Asked if be would take the job if offered, Shanahan, who lives at 4801 Pommel Place in West Des Moines, said, "I don't know." "I'm always looking for a challenge and I plan to do something," he said. In an interview Tuesday when he disclosed his resignation, Shanahan said he has three job offers but has not decided what to do. He said he was interested in becoming security chief for a major airline. The West Des Moines chief's job became vacant Tuesday when Cooney, 50, was granted a medical disability retirement because he underwent heart bypass surgery in March. Cooney was paid $32,258 per year, while Shanahan's salary is $39,000. As a retired FBI agent, Shanahan also receives a $40,000 federal pension. In explaining why West Des Moines is not interested in the DCI chief, Mills said, "He's 55 years old and if he did do it he probably wouldn't do it for over two or three years, and we're not looking for a man for two or three years. What we're looking for is an administrator who's going to stay with us. "Frankly, I don't think Jerry would fit into our operation," Mills said. "And I don't think he would want it, anyway." Mills said he expects West Des Moines will have a new chief in about 45 days after it advertises and conducts interviews. Capt. Robert Rushing, who has headed the department during Cooney's two-month absence, will continue in the position until a new chief is hired, Mills said. A 31-year veteran of law enforcement, Shanahan was appointed the state's chief of investigative service in Aug. 15, 1977. He had been with the FBI for 25 years. Fashion Specialists for Women Who Wear Larger or Half Sizes HOUSE or m 38 52 inn Now! Great New Lady W Dresses at an Affordable Price! Cotlon blend wovens and poly knits Plaids, solids and stripes Sizes 36-46 Ours alone! SOUTHRIDGE, 111 1 E. Army Post Rd. WAKONDA, 4313 Fleur Drive DOWNTOWN, 706 Walnut St. AMES, 3702 Lincolnway Ave. PARK FAIR, 2nd & Euclid it I 1 I 1 1 J. n w : 0 I! r

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