The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on October 7, 1982 · Page 9
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BUY A BUSINESS? SELL A BUSINESS? THAT'S OUR BUSINESS At VR Business Brokers, we've taken the confusion and frustration out of buying or selling a business. We've got the answers to make your transaction faster, easier, smarter and financially stronger. If you're ever going to buy a business or sell See the Classified ads 580 MbndgnHe gap te buyer art seller 8033 University, Des Moines, IA 5031 1 (515)224-0100 t r I n I V I I J 1 rrrtH OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE THREE DAYS ONLY Oct. 7, 8 A t 20 tO 50 Of f any item $5 or more. featuring CuisindfV ? Food Processors 1 of Spectacular Savings DLC-10E -JHJ now $104 DLC-8F - SiWnow $152 DLC-7Pro - JaWfnow $224 Free Demonstration Sat., Oct. 9th, 1 p.m. by Nancy Sanders KITCHEN TOOLS 138-5thSt. WDM 277-8432 Open- Mon.-Sat. 10 285-4558 SW 63rd & Army Post Road LJ the pro shop CU... willow creek It only took a tew hours tor Ron Anderson to sell his motorcycle after placing it for sale Let classifieds work for you, too! Keep an eye on Iowa with The Des Moines Register's PICTURE magazine. 10A THE DES MOINES REGISTER B Thin, Oct. 71982 Bright id oss 8 0 light biilb BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - Norelco introduced a $25 lightbulb Wednesday that it said will last 10 times longer than current models, cut electric bills by 76 percent and reduce the amount of foreign oil used to light the lamps of America. ... Jack Briody, an executive vice president with North American ""IF Lighting Corp., said the bulb was developed from a product introduced two years ago by Norelco's parent company, N.V. Philips, the world s largest producer of lightbulbs. The new bulb is lighter and more efficient than its European equivalent, he said, i Westinghouse, which is selling its lighting and lamp business to Norelco, has marketed a similar product . The SL-18, a 20-inch fluorescent light twisted into a lightbulb-size container, will not be available for the residential market until 1984. But company officials said long-term savings offered by the bulb should make it attractive to businesses. The bulb uses 18 watts to produce the same light as a standard 75 watt bulb and will cost nearly $32 less to operate than a standard incandescent bulb over its 7,500 hour life, the company said. Norelco said the low-energy requirements meant a bulb operated 12 hours a day would pay back its $25 cost within a year in areas where electricity costs more than six cents per kilowatt hour. A.J. Vrancart, a marketing manager with the company, said the new bulbs would save $317.51 in energy and replacement costs over their 7,500-hour life. VVOOttD jfe. ( it 1 , U J . I- ! fLsflSBKw (Kleenex Towels Parsons Table Haggles Diapers txoruue naies vi.namBrsrcm.uis 102 absorbent sheets sturdy plastic 14"x14"x14" Your choice 24 ct. Newborn, 18 ct. 9"foam plates with quality Vacuum packed for 2 ply. Limit 4 ReJ $3 oo . Daytime, 14 ct. Overnight or 12 Toddler, paper can't match. freshness. Limit 2. 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J I m"V W00LC0 GIVES YOU TOP QUALlWNAME BRAND MERCHANDISE AT OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES. .1 I V ))- I lMII9MAP . r ur WITH CONFIDENCE 1 lsr.r.:7iv.""-"'"u""v oi ).t. ifn street 140O-2nd Street I heclacemeni or monev I 1 1 , V ' DPS MOINEC IOWA 1ACCT fr aJLXi-e isaa I cladly hefunoeo One sex case suspect already was being held Continued rom Page One Lancaster County Jail early today in lieu of $20,000 bond. Pornographic Movie Also arrested was Donald Elfeldt. 6L. of Lincoln, who was identified by one of the teen-agers as the man who propositioned her about making the pornographic movie. Elfeldt also was charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault ona child and was released after posting bond Tuesday, authorities said. The investigation resulted in the recovery, of the 15-year-old Des Moines girl who had been associating with the men since running away from a foster home in January, authorities said. All three of the teenagers have been returned to Des Moines residences, Colborn said. Authorities also issued arrest warrants for two men living in Des Moines who allegedly drove the girls to Lincoln, Colborn said. The warrants charging first-degree sexual assault on a child were issued for Armando Perez Pena, 26, and Humberto Diaz, 30, the county attorney said. Pena was arrested Sept. 27 on unrelated charges in Winterset. John Casper, the Madison County attorney, said Fena and three companions are being1 held in the Madison County Jail in connection with the passing of six forged cjiecksjo banks and businesses . iii Winterset. Casper said Pena also was being held for Nebraska authorities on the sexual assault warrant. Diaz was a subject of an intensive police search in Des Moines this weekend in which Lincoln Police Department detectives participated, authorities said. Diaz, who listed an address of 1124 Twenfy-fourth St., was arrested Sunday morning without resistance, authorities said. He was returned to Lincoln Wednesday where he was arraigned on the sexual abuse charge, authorities said. $30,000 Bond Diaz was being held in the Lancaster County Jail early today in lieu of $30,000 bond, authorities said.' Colborn would not say whether the investigation revealed that the men . were involved with any other young girls. He did say the investigation was continuing. Colborn said federal au-' thorities "certainly might get involved", in the case since the teen-,, agers were transported across state lines for apparently immoral purposes. The county attorney declined t; comment on the possibilty that a child pornography and prostitution ring was operating in the Lincoln area. Gerics to court after protest OMAHA, NEB. (AP) - Two- Catholic priests, a nun and seven . others are to be arraigned Oct. 19 before U.S. Magistrate Richard Peck on charges of illegally re-entering ' Offutt Air Force Base Aug. 9 after having been removed earlier during an anti-nuclear demonstration. Those charged are the Rev. Darrell Rupiper, of Omaha, a 45-year-old Oblate priest; the Rev. Carl Kabat, 48, of Catonsville, Md., also an Oblate ' priest; Sister 'Joyce Horbach, 66, of Omaha; John M. LaForge, 26, of Bemidji, Minn.; Norm A. Searah, 32, Janette A. Funnaro, 18, and Frank'; Cordaro, 32, all of Des Moines; James Dubert, 28, and Thomas Cordaro, 28, both of Ames,- la.; and Richard, Cleaver, 30, of Rosemount, la. , A good reason to stop smoking JACKSON, MICH. (AP) - Fiftv people in a stop-smoking class , performed so well that thev touched off a fire alarm. Those attending the session at Foote Hospital East were told Tuesday to light three cigarettes each and smoke them as fast as possible a feat intended to show how unpleas- . ant smoking can be. Smoke billowed to the ceiline in the 1 cramped 15-foot-by-20-foot room, - setting on toe lire alarm and bringing firefighters to the 238-bed hospital.

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