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SAN FRANCISCO RAISES HELD UP . SAN FRANCISCO, CALIP. (AP) — A judge ordered Monday that the raises given to police and firemen at the end their strike be witheld until after a hearing on a suit to cancel them. The effect is to hold up a single day's pay. . Presiding Superior Court Judge Robert Drewes, acting on a taxpayers' suit filed Friday, instructed the city attorney not to pay any increases to police or firemen before a Sept. 18 hearing on the suit. The suit, brought by insurance broker Nick Verreos, charges that Mayor Joseph Alioto's emergency order ending the strike and granting the raises was illegal and that the mayor's actions were "a palpable and gross abuse of discretion." Effect of Order The judge's order means police and firemen will not get a 6.5 per cent retroactive increase for the single day of July 1, 1975, provided for in the settlement. The order also applies to the other half of the settlement providing for a 13 per cent pay boost. But that increase does not take effect until Oct. 15. Most of the city's 1,935 policemen went on strike last Monday; most of the "1,700 firemen struck last Wednesday. The raises imposed by the mayor raise the pay of both groups from $16,044 to $18,138 for rookies, and $25,944 to $29,315 for chiefs. Alioto ended the strikes last Thursday by invoking personal emergency powers, dismissing the authority of the board and granting police and firemen a 13 per cent pay hike. Earlier Action Earlier, the Board of Supervisors overrode Alioto's veto of an ordinance to submit to a vote .in November city charter amendments aimed at police and firemen pay and other benefits. The board is considering a reform package of charter amendments including provisions for automatic dismissal of any public safety official who strikes; rollback of pension benefits for policemen hired next July to 1970-71 levels; police pay rates based on rates prevailing in cities of more than 100,000, rather than the peg to the highest such salaries in the state, and removing from the mayor emergency powers to reach a contract settlement. WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) The Interstate~CbTnrnerce""rrom- mission (ICC) told Congress Monday that the proposed Con- Rail railroad system in the Northeast would not be as profitable as some claim but said the system should be set up anyway. The commission tossed its support behind the final system plan proposed by the U.S. Railway Association (USRA) for the consolidation of the Penn Central and six other financially ailing railroads. However, the independent commission recommended that several minor changes be made by Congress in the association plan. The railway association proposal, sent to Congress last month, calls for the creation of a more than 15,000-mile rail system stretching across 17 northeastern and midwestern states. The new railroad, known as_. ConRail __woulcLbe___buil. through consolidating sections of the massive Penn Central and the Lehigh Valley, the Central Railroad of New Jersey, Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines, the Reading, the Ann Arbor and the Erie Lackawanna. Most of the Erie Lackawanna and the Reading would be sold to the Chessie System and part of the Penn Central would be sold to the Southern Railway. The ICC said it supported such a consolidation and said such an arrangement would meet the government's goal of Scholarships to soldiers' families FT. vRlLEY, KAN. (AP) Widows and children of 1st Infantry Division soldiers killed in Vietnam or in accidents while they were in training or on duty have received 1,021 scholarships to attend, college, trade or vocational training schools. Arthur Chaitt of Philadelphia, executive secretary of the Society of the 1st Division, reported on the scholarship project at the society's annual meeting over the weekend. Children of the division's casualties can draw up to $2,000 at a maximum of $500 a year to help finance their education. The division lost about 3,300 men in -Vietnam, and 600 of them had families. All but a dozen or so of the scholarships have gone to their dependents. Report 61 % of Iowa corn fair The Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Monday that 61 per cent of the state's corn crop is in fair condition, with about 10 per cent poor and 29 per cent good. Although the soybean crop showed slight improvement last week, the service said it is not snapping back from the effects of the drought as it did last year. Growing condition was 5 per cent poor, 47 per cent fair, 47 per cent good and 1 per cent excellent. The service said hay crops and pastures were mostly poor to fair, although they were helped by recent rains. Predicted profits for ConRail 'too optimistic' Deaths 1 MATMEWS — Services for Mrs. Florence M, Mathews, of valley viw vniane, will be Wednesday 1 PM. at Dunn's on Grand. In.. — Graveside services for Mrs. Harriott Muehle of Royal Oak, Michigan, formerly of Des Molnes, widow of Louis J. Muenle, will bs Thursday at th«: convenience of the family. Vis- Itation 7 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. Wf-'-f<rt»v nt' Dunn's nn Grand. t:i.i.t;GHINO — Rosary for Ralph P«lle»rino, fas 93, of 50l4j However, the ICC Said it Was Ele fo n nTn, V F 1 u'ne b r*a,'HO P m r 2: 1 providing competing rail service in all major cities in the reorganization states. Want Ad Rates concerned about other recommendations. For example, it said the proposed financing of ConRail would burden the new rail system with too much -debt and fixed-dividend preferred stock. It suggested Congress attach a provision that would deferur eliminate dividends on the government funding for a sufficient period of time to allow ConRail to gain financial strength. The commission also said the predicted financial results for ConRail may be overly optimistic. The USRA predicted Con- Rail would break into the black in 1979 and that ConRail would have an average income before taxes of 14,6 per cent of total capital in the period 1980 through 1985. The ICC said such high returns appear unlikely in view of the—problems — ConRail likely will encounter as a new carrier. The ICC also said the projections were uncharacteristically high for the railroad industry. As to one of the most controversial recommendations — the elimination or subsidization of the 6,900 miles of little used rail line — the commission recommended that Congress provide a mechanism that would allow the future inclusion of little used lines in the ConRail system if those lines eventually proved financially viable. WARRICKServices for Marvin 0. Wsrrick'of 5407 S.W. Ninth St. will be Tuesday 1 p.m. at Dunn's on southwest Ninth. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Services SchPdulsd" Hamilton's Funeral Home TUESDAY CHARLES GIFT 2212 East Thirteenth 3:00 PM at the Funeral Home Oakwood Cemetery, Pleasant Hill MRS. WANDA HILD 1821 East Twelfth Street 12:00 Noon at the Funeral Home Masonic Cemetery ROPERT LEE McANINCH 746 Thirty-first Street ' " P/ Homo land Memory Gardens Postal workers seek legal right to strike WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) The nation's postal workers, having ratified a labor agreement obtained under threat of an illegal strike, now are pushing for legislation to make legal a nationwide mail strike. The largest of four postal unions, the American Postal Workers Union, announced Monday that its members had ratified a new three-year contract with the U.S. Postal Service. Slight Strike Chance This action, together with the earlier ratification by the National Association of Letter Carriers, virtually rules out the possibility of a strike by the nation's 600,000 postal workers now. "Now, we are going to turn our attentions to trying to get the legal authority to strike," said President James H. Rademacher of the lettercarriers' union. Rademacher said the recent negotiations with the Postal Service were "demeaning and insulting" because the unions had no right to strike. "That is something that postal management could and did flaunt across the bargaining table at us," he said. Agreement Reached Rademacher and other union leaders threatened to strike anyway if an agreement could not be reached. But an agreement was reached July 21 with the help of federal mediators in what the Ford administration called the most important labor negotiations of the year. The postal workers won scheduled raises totaling $1,500 over three years plus continued cost-of-living increases. They also retained a clause prohibiting layoffs. The Bill The bill to allow strikes by the 600,000 postal workers is expected to come before the House Post Office Committee next month. The legislation was approved by a subcommittee headed by Represntative Charles H. Wilson (Dem., Calif.) who sponsored the bill. "In my opinion we don't yet have a majority on the full committee. We have some work to do," Rademacher said. Francis Filbey, president of t h e Postal agreed with Workers union, that assessment, Extinguish forest fire in Nebraska CHADRON, NEB. (APt - An aerial inspection over the Nebraska National Forest three miles southeast of here reported Monday that a 26-hour fire in the forest has been extinguished. The fire was reported under control earlier Monday evening. Fire fighting teams from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation will move into the area today lo ensure the fire will not flare up again. Arson conviction BATH, MAINE (AP) - A H- ycar-old Maryland youth has been convicted of arson in connection with the $250.000 fire |st month at ihe Hyde School adding, "I would hope we could change some minds on the committee." Would Allow The bill would allow the unions to serve notice of their intention to strike after a 90- d a y waiting period during which mediation over differences could take place. Certain essential mail, including Social Security checks, would have to be handled even if there was a strike. Under present law, a dispute that the unions and the Postal Service cannot resolve goes to binding arbitration. FBI searches kidnapjhideout NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - A search of the Brooklyn apart m e n t from which Samuel Bronfman II was rescued Aug. 17 turned up parity hose, two wigs, numerous photographs of males and Bronfman's checkbook, the FBI said Monday. The items were among listed in a required report, showing the results of searches conducted under the authority of a warrant. This was the last of four returns submitted to the U.S. magistrate. Mel Lynch — a fireman, and limousine operator Dominic Byrne have been charged with extortion in connection with the kidnaping. ,n daya Services will be Tuesday 10 e.m. Inter-i ervice t St. Anthony's Church. st. Ambrose. lei Tribune on wi«Si_ one price. Ads appearing itcuflye days mty Include at no Increase in rales. GENERAL CLASSIFICATIONS .97 1 (\A Mr llne t • 5 or 1.U4 per day 4 . NEWLY __ NEW MANAGEMENT 140'Massage per llne 7 per day / or more REINKE - Graveside for Miss Ame' cemeter services for- per llne n per day L iur fviiaa MMICMO IN. nenirxci merly of 4425 university, will DC Wednesday 10 A.M. Glendale UNN'S SERVICE SHIPLEY — Services for Mrs. Christine 0. Shipley of 2527 Easton Uni'invard will b* Tu»?f | "v, 2:00 PM at the Funeral Home.! Interment Laurel Hill Cometflrv. . GRANOVIEW FUNERAL HOME I 2^-1652 Jill H"M«>llj 1.22 1.22 Mr line 1.32 Mr line RatM i days days or 3 days 1 dally Combination NEW FIRESIDE DEN 1411 Job! of Interest— — Men and Women 195 : Apartment Manager -Mature couple needed. Apt. ore;vided. plus small salary. 2." Des Molnes Register IJ 1 Tue«., Aug. 26,197S ' Jobs of Interest- Men and Women 195 1 Sunday for TEMPLE — Services for Miss! catherl ne M. and Funeral h °H SdaV P.M. Temple, daughter Mrs. Sherman D. loston, will be I ;emple, of $310 "CL [eu\emlai Fund'in'care'/jror. i dale D. .. .Jonie. Interment Glen-, Cemetery. Memorials to ...Ttla Fund in care of Dr. J. Taylor, University Hospitals. . consecutive Insertions. Minimum tite ad—2 lines. Help Wanted From Within Iowa & Counties Contiguous To Iowa MM13W »5« E. Unlversllv I I IV I f^X/JO Lonely, Tense? LIlNUY 0 jAREA EDUCATION AGENCY 131 I is acceptina letters of application l for a public relations and communications consultant. This person is to communicate to 1he oeneral public the functions of the area icudca'ion aacncy and coordinate jail news releases and publications Iowa city. Iowa. 1 m wrlln* 7 l.U/ per day / I I j Mr line .14 or mart per day per lint n perdiv L 1 31* .0£ 1.32 per llne 1.42 per day days s r days or 3 days 1 daily combination t Sunday HAROLD < 2348 " ' :. SWEENEY Ylnth Street. Graveside 'services' l P.M. at Ceure~| S Hill Cemetery WEDNESDAY MRS. FLORENCE BENGE 301 Third Street, W. Des Molnes 10:30 AM at the Funeral Home Laurel Hill Cemetery MRS. ETHEL CARPENTER 412 Southeast Ninth Street 12:00 Noon at Ihe Funeral Home Byers Cemetery, Elkhart THURSDAY MISS HAZEL BRACE of the Bishop Drumm Home 12 Noon at the Funeral Home Glendale Cemetery ?<Jf8 A fouthwest N S lnth Street Graveside services 2 P.M. »t the Corydon, Iowa Cemetery. FOR INFORMATION REGARDING SERVICES FOR HAMILTON'S 243-5221 Sun. Only 3lo 6 days 7 days consec. consec. APEU BRO'WN — Services for Frank Brown of Adel will be held Tuesday 10:00 AM~at^ the Funeral Home. Interment Worthington Cemetery, Madison County. CHAMBEPLAIN-FISHER FUNERAL HOME ADEL 1<n.7W YORK — Services for'Richard J, York, of Adel, will be held Wednesday, 10:30 A.M. United Methodist Church. Interment Panther Creek Cemetery. CHAMBERLAIN-FISHER FUNERAL HOME Artel 993-4259 WEST DBs MINES ow — services for HARUDW L, 401 Fourth Mssl wesf T>es=Molnes. were -held _ P.M. Monday at McLaren's Chapel. Interment Resthaven. „ , Ines, will be held 3 , McLaren's Chapel. ..„, .„— Grand Avenue, west Des Molnei P.M. Tuesday, W. Interment Resthaven. erment R( )HLAD — POHLAD — Services forFrank ' Had sr, 811 Mint] ; Molnes, WM.I IK Street, be held A.M... Tuesday, St Mark's Luther and Grand. West Interment Resthav an Church, Des Molnes. en. Card of Thanks „ IN LOVING MEMORY of our Fa- 69 ther and Grandfather Harold Richard Belcher, we wish to send our special thanks to friends and relatives tha sent their love and sympahy at the loss of our Father. Harold Richard Jr., Pat, Hay, Vene and families. Stamps, Coins STILL A FEW LEFT. Polk City's centennial coins can be purchased at the Polk Cltv Savings - - *• - City Hall or mall $2.50 postage and handling to DUX •», Polk City, Iowa 50226. Each coin individually, boxed: Antique bronze or nickel plated. Please specify when order i...also, 20 " - • - Terror tales from Timor © lf7S Manchester Guardian DARWIN, AUSTRALIA More than 1,200 refugees from the Portuguese colony of Timor arrived in Darwin Monday with accounts of brutality and atrocities from both political groups engaged in the civil war on the island. The refugees spoke of days of continuous gun and mortar battles around the capital of Dili. Bodies have been left rotting in the street and the only major hospital is jammed with hundreds of casualties. Bank or Clt >lus SOc 435, Ing.. silver numbered coins will be auctioned off Frl day., Sept. 5, 7:30 1958, $10. Tax and postage paid. Mall check to Coins, P.O. Box 7029, Grand Station, Des Moines, la. 50309. WANTED - UTS. STlveV and gbTd coins. J & P Coin Co. 262-6672. Lost and Found BEAGLE, 4 yrs old, trl color, red collar with tags answers to W.C., lost vie. Meredith Jr. High. Reward. 276-9172 BLACK LAB Puppy found in va clnltv of Smouse School 255-3410. . 63rd and Franklin'.' 277-3348 CAT found, young female calico. West Des Molnes, 225-694S. _ COCK-A-POO typt dog found, te- male, black hair, white markings.. Free If not claimed. 2622158. COONHOUND lost. Spotted Walker 10 years old. 2724 Dean tve. Ph 266-5379 GERMAN SHEPHERD Pups. 6 mo. old. 1 white face, 1 black face. 1 has visible surgery on rear hip. Lost Also 1 brown Beagle. Lobt vie. of Pioneer Park. Reward. 243-3257, or eves. 288:3843. G L A S~S~E~S~, American optical, hinged shades, N57A. FOUND vi- clnltv of Fairgrounds. 262-7312. f\ ACCCC l » n u n »~ !_....»—^ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION 3FFICIAL PUBLICATION PERTY OWNERS AFFECT. 'OTHER PERSONS INTER. ^W*m s MSc.W8&R2!!S MWE^^F^^Vi!^' 0 - 0 ^^ ^V.-he A r5&! L ni?| 7 fiid tha, there I. now on (II* with the City Clerk of the City of Des Moines, Iowa, a schedule of assess- me coll W'V«w »•*" W!t«.'» •nd solid _waste solid was ilinqueni ' collection charges fnat were delinquent 90 left in rest room service days or more as ot April 15, 1975, which ~ ' ' " assessments are a Hen on the property therein described under the Provisions of Section 389.84 and Section 28F-5, Coda of Iowa, 1975, at amended, when due, as provided ' , because by drain - not paid nance No. _ _ v a* ______ 55i3"and 8074 oMhe City' ot'Des'Mfones' Iowa, respectively. YOU, are further notified that the question ot certification of said schedule of assessments to the County Auditor of Polk County, Iowa, for spreading and collections as provided by law will coma on for hearing before the City Council In the CouncilChamDers af '—• o'clock P.M. on the .. her, 1975, on or before _ _ . _. all persons and property owners Interested therein may appear and file objections as ^5-71 Lost, male, Penn old, Jln^ DOG found, 64th St. black poodle. Call 279-5785 GLASSES lost, photo lenses, gold rimed, Park Fair parking lot. 279-7866. _____ IRISH "SETTER lost, female, 4 years. Answers to Brandy. In Casey, la. REWARD. 515-746-2253. Rales apply for • .consecutive Insertions. . Minimum site ad— 2 lines. \gencles tnd Heto ilna. Employment -. ------ .., ------ Ing from Outside Counties contiguous to Iowa will be charged at the rates below. Daily 1.85 "l.75 1.55 1.45 Per line— per day Special I/ow Rate for Families Any non-commercial advertiser can run a 2- llne ad In both papers for 2 straight days in many classification* al a TOTAL COST of only: *2 W Let Our Beautiful Ladies Please You INC ALL MODELS INCALL ENCOUNTER Ask About Our FREE ENCOUNTERS ROYAL NUDE MODEL CLUB ENCOUNTERS In Calls—24 Hrs. Outcalls—Aft. 6 PM HOME - HOTEL - MOTEL Eoulpment furnished OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS All (leoal) Services Offered i NO TIPPING NEEDED i Free XXX Movies on 1 Video Tape while wait-i ing. Gigantic closed cir-| cuit T.V. screens. | 5209 2nd Ave. Call for Information 244-3531 MASSAGE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK WEEKDAYS-24 HOURS I SUNDAYS'?-.'AM 'DOWNTOWN 934 6t 182,6754 Educational re- deoree. in lour of me agencies. quirements: BA „„.._ ... ,„„,- nallsm with emphasis In puBllc relations and education, this person should possess experience in coiiese pracicum or actual employment with agencies providing mass media exposure either thru television, radio, or salary range 110,00 Length of contract 12 m plication deadline Sect. Apply I Assoclr so, to $ " County MASSAGE, INC. 5209 SECOND AVE. TAKE 2ND AVE. EXIT 3 BLKS. N. INTERSTATE 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK 244-3534 r'iiv.aiiu< t uuauimo ^JViJii i ii \yfj, send letter of application to: Gene A. Sanders, assistant administrator, Area, Education Agency 13, box 1109, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 51501. Area Education Agency 13 is an equal opportunity aftirmitlve action employer. . _ ARMORED CAR AND NIGHT PATROL Full time and part time SECURITY GUARDS Full time and parf lime day shift. Social Security persons welcome. Prior security experience helpful. Apply at: LEWIS SYSTEM 314 t2th Stree CHEF-KITCHEN SUPERVISOR Busy motel kitchen needs lead ierson to supervise exoerienced ' - crew. Salary oo*n. and bonus orpqram. service . benefits an In oersbrf to"' Ken Me innkeeper, Bvrnes. HOLIDAY INN MERLE HAY MOO MERLE HAY RO. CHEF Knowledgeable enough to take 'yil charfle of kitchen in one of Des Molnes most popular restaurant?, send references and information to: Box O-I73, Register and Tripling. CLEANING HELP Part-time Office cleaning. Eve- id.. Saturdays. Apply in nlngs an person: H 1 AM and person: !»!0 v. ina Ave., between I 4 PM. CLEANING Apt. owner needs full time depend a b I e person. Permanent. 9..50. .7.f..434. FIRESIDE DEN MASSAGE ATTENDANT SERVICE STATION. Morninq or afternoon shift. Above average wage. Apply In person 5120 NE 14lh. St, DICK'S STD. SERVICE Tfc-NDANT^Man or woman, full or part time. Good pay. Ap- niv Mobil Station. 5169 Merle Hay 3d. 295A E University CLERICAL-ACCOUNTING Jeed Individual for very resoon Ible clerical position In our accounting department. Primary ob responsibilities Include handling accounts payable and re< You need only spell out all words, give price of Item or ilemi for sale vour phon* •nd Include address or number. •compare with any other rate in town! FOUND ads run free for 3 days GIV^kWAY pel ads, 3 davi one line for Ads conlaln- •Ite 000. Register and plus 2.50 for box tervlce. All ads' for Positions Wanted or Business Opportunities payable In advance. Ads may be ordered tor Insertion In either the morning Register or evening Tribune alone, rates for tingle insertions are 5c per line leu then quoted rales, as they apply. NOTICE Our rei laders 1 Infor .._. ___ ___ . ----- _ and advertisers are hereby Informed that all real estate and employment ad— r --- in these newspapers Is on an equal opportunity ise newspapers, will not accept any advertising ~--- .. . t make it illegal to place adver- em ..... tha tisements for dwellings or ployment limitation ployment with anv preference. tation, or discrimination based color, race, religion, sex, nallorial origin. These newspapers icannot accept help wanted advertisement! which in any way express an age or sex preference unless Ihe advertiser files «n affidavit with the newspapers justifying the preference on the basis ol a bona tide occupational requirement. Al- ttdavits are available from the daHUTed Advertising department. Deadlines Weekday Issues: 6 p.m. KS.^^i.r.'m.^. 0 ;.^ Sunday issues: State-wide editions Friday 4 p.m. City edition, On Maine* end surrounding counties, Friday 7 p.m. ^ Lobby Office Trained^id writer on duty Mon. through Frl. 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. Phone Service Want Ads taken 7 days a week. T> on duly a.m. lo «.m. ' s a week. Trained ad wrllers duly Mon., Tues., Wed., 8:00 . lo i p.m., Thurs., Fri. 7:4$ . to 7 p.m.; Sat. 1:30 a.m. lo i p.m.; Sunday 9:30 a.m. to S p.m. For further Information wrlle: Fred Bill, Classified Department. Register and Tribune Des Moines, Iowa 50304 In The Des Moines Area Call 284-8141 In All Iowa Call FREE -800-3624836- INDEX Of Major Classifications Announcei mis—Personals..... 1-170 „ ;emen Employment-. Automotive.- "rchandise iusiness......«... H ......... lenjak... !ealEslale Personals 140 PLAY GIRLS NUDE MODELS INCALLS-OUTCALLS BEAUTIFUL FRIENDLY YOUR PLACE OR OURS ADULT CENTER 11? COURT 243-5760 ADULT DREAM 320 GRAND 2430483 MONEY CLIP found at Stale Fair. Owner Identity. 2^-0908. I POM.-CHIHUAHUA mixed male. 1 Brown. Wearing white flea collar.. LOST vie. NE 55th. Reward. 262-i 09*0^ POODLE, black^ medium size, LOST from owners car at VOth and Ppujj|as. Call?55J795.._ POODLE, sflver toy male. LOSTl vie. 14th-McKinley. Reward! 235-1 PtfiffSE, brbwh~l¥a'frfe7rc'frcufar, i LOST Drake_yic. 288-1482_ j RINGS lpst t REWA'RO. 5 r Films $6.99 and Up LIVE MODELS In Call and Outcalls Male and Female Books, Mags RED EYE 205-4 th J21 3 _:??29 FOXEY" LADIES" Nude Models Nude Encounter OUTGAL-tS ZODIAC Outcall Models There is' 1 Only One Way To Be The Biggest |i That's by Being the Best. Give Us a Try and You'll See Why. CALL 282-2101 24 HOURS MAN'S PLEASURE NUDE ENCOUNTER CXOTIC DANCING OUTCALLS ONLY HOME-MOTEL-HOTEL 12 PM-4 AM - 2B9.1M6 CLOSED SUNDAYS __ CHERI'S —Your Place or Ours Outcalls 288-8654 or 288=8420, 12-4 AM FREE Encounier on In Call .F GROVE Transportation, Travel ... _ DRIVE In exchange for vourMrans. Cars avail, to Utah, Ohio, Penn., Conn. No charge tor car. Some gas pd. P ASSPOR'T PHOTOS - 24 Hour Service 284-8221 Instruction LIKE FIGURES? Thousands are earning good money In the growing field of Income Tax Preparation. No previous raining or experience required. Open to all ages. MR. TAX OF AMERICA, the na- ion's only computerized tax serv- ce, will teach you lo prepare ncome tax returns In 8 special uitlon course. Classes available n convenient locations. ACT TO ATTENDANTTpart time for service station work. Apply In person Victor's SMrtitard, 901-4?nd. ATTENDANT for service station. Full and part time. Call 325-0311, ask for Mr, Parks. 'vTfENDANT, fulfiline. Clark's Service, 1721 E. Grand. No Phone :elyible as welt as bank reconcil- atlons. This position requires lood typing skills and previous raining or work experience In bookkeeping or accounting. Excellent starting salary and fringe >enefit program. American Mu- DAY— SPECIAL electronic calculator to first 50 enrollments. Full or part time employment available lo all graduates. For complete details call NOW Mr. TAX OF AMERICA 274-4719 . THE RED ".OWL NUDE MODELS All private sessions J10-S70 HARDCORE ADULT BOOKS, MAGS .FILMS NOVELTIES MOVIE ARCADE THE RED OWL 243-0736 1102 Keo OUTCALLS Outcalls-Only, 24 Hours IOWA CITY CORALVILLE DISCREET MASSAGE Sundays ?OAM-3 AM CORALVILLE IOWA CITY Unique MASSAGE 319-351-2067 OUTCALLS ONLY 11 A.M.-3 A.M. Slick Chick MASSAGE, INC. 243-2430 OUTCALLS f> PM-4 AM AUDITOR DCS Molnes »rea CPA firm desires senior CPA with 2-3 years auditing experience. Position of- 'ers partnership potential In growlno progressive firm. Write O-165 Register and Tribune Our employees arc aware of request. We arc an eaual opportu- ffv emolnvpr OFFER'—Personal A.I.B. EARN AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE ALSO DIPLOMA COURSES ENROLL NOW FALL QUARTER SEPT. tl DAY AND NIGHT COURSES Accounting Secretarial Computer programming Court Reporting Sales and Management WRITE, VISIT OR CALL 244-4221 FOR FREE «4 PAGE CATALOG AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ?'iO(l r-lnur Dr., D.M. 50321 RLAL ESTATE'SCHOOL OF IOWA Prrjlicense classes weekly in the Miowinn areas: Cedar Ranlds, Fairfield, Ft. Dodge, Waterloo, Des Moincs find Mason City. Call loll (roe 800-332-B127 or write tor more Information RESOI, 3700-lst Avo. NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa BABYSITTER wanted In my home, M-F, days, beginning Sept,_ 15. 27».fJ$J5. BABYSITTER Infant, 8 to 4:30, References rea Ph. 255-8395 BABYSITTER needed' Immed". \lorwalk area. 4 yr. old boy. Day and evening hours. 981-4933. BAKERS' ahH"Assrsfan1~yak"ers, experienced In all phases rf retal baking operations, excluding decorating and donut frying, for new n-store bakery at location. Tor wages, excellent wor'' Mons, great opportun vancement. Call J78-81. . RANkER'WANTEO: Second per son In W/'-i MM bank In N.E. owa. Prefer person with oper ations experience, insurance II renscs and some loan experience. *;»nd resume to Ted L. James. VP, Peoples State Bank. Winthrop, Iowa BARBER Wanted Immediately, licensed or apprentice, barber stylist. Unlver sily Barber si..,. ... Ames, Iowa, 515-2^-8836, United Electronics Inst. Hurry, Hurrv. Day or classes starting In Sept. Cal once for an appt. Toll Free 1-800 362-2730 or city number 274-2829. eve ll i<l TRANING MIDWEST TRAINING, INC. Financial Assistance Available 225- 536 So. I9lh, WDM 225-3636 Jobs of Interest- Men and Women 195 Regarding Six or Age Preference In Help-Wanted Advertising In accordance with Ihe rules adopted by the fowa Civil Rights Commiuion, Ihe Register and Tribune, cannot accept Help- Wanled advertising copy which In any way expresses a sex or age preference unless the advertiser lies an affidavit with Ihe newspaper justifying the sex or age preference on Ihe basis of a bon- allde occupational requirement. Advertising in classifications 195, 200, 210, 220, 260 and Run of 'aper.) Affidavits are available rom Ihe Classified Advertising Department. ACCOUNTING CLERK GENERAL. Musi be slrono typ 1st—Some IBM exposure. Salary commensurate with experience ind education. Monday thru Frl dny B to s, ability to work over 'ime. Apply In person to Pau 1 French CONTINENTAL HOXIE 100 E. ?nd j/nual Opportunity Emnlnvnr ALtotTFitlNG CLK: Some lyplnf cind bkpng. experience! $635 Cat Dena 278-2853 Snelllng & Snelllng iloymont agency. ACCOUNTANT Waterloo certified public ^'counting firm has opening on staff for an audit, senior. Send res-'me "nd salary requirements lo P.O. Box IH3. Waterloo, la. 50704. A C C 6 (/ N T S RECElVABTS ' " • • Bookkeeping. Some Roya MASSAGE, INC. OUTCALLJ.6 PM-4 AM 244-0775 LADY-FINGER CLERK. Lidht Administrative Assistant To handle business detail, executive contacts requir aood telephone personality. Typing 60 wpm. home advertising oack- ground helplul. Call Mr. Helton, 1PH-7^7H ATTRACTIVE and Pleasant worn an to learn our branch operation Must work 2 evenings a week from 7 to 9:30. Phone and paper work at home. Can earn 450 a week. Call between 10 and 6 Mrs. Johnson 279-1564. ef Its'and Hamilton, for ad i Slat 50682. 133 Welch, Barmaid-Bartender Full or Part-time ' Anoly after 5 PM CHUCK'S RESTAURANT 3MO 6th Aye., f6th_anrt Euclid) BAR MAID —Top wages7 Angles COCKTAIL SERVERS BAR, BUS HELP APPLY IN PERSON ROLLING PRAIRIE INN 11001 University Ave COCKTAIL WAITRESSES-WAITERS All "Shifts. Uniforms supplied. Good fringe benefits. Top pay. Apply: SMUGGLERS INN 11040 Hlckman Rd. Pay accor rain. 262 . ording -5595 a __ _ ReliableT s'harp. to ability. Will after 1PM BEAUTICIANS .400 mo. guarantee Shampoo assistant furnished. No followlno necessary. High volume salon. BEAUTICIAN, experienced', >fl or part time to take oyer follow- Ing, on west wide, ~. salary, paid vacation. over Gua eves. ifanteee 279-3716 BELLHOP Days 7 lo 3. Howard Johnson Motor Lodgc,j«pO MerJe_Hay_Rd. BLDG! MAINTENANCE" Person MUST have exner. In heating and air cond. Full time PARK FAIR CENTER. 276-842» BODY SHOP TECHNICIANS Needed painters, combination men and body men. Experience In truck and car. Above Union scale plus Incentive, Iowa's largesf Ford dealer. Apply. GENE RINGLEB Charles Gabus Ford 45X5 Merle Hay Road _ DPS Molnes, lown BODY SHOP TECHNICIAN Combination body man, ex* perlenced preferred. Reply tc Bob Williams. REED MOTORS, INC. Winterset, 515-462-1525 Administrative ass't. Body Shop Foreman Largest Chevrolet-Bulck Dealer In northwest Iowa. Call 712-262 3230. Ask for Tom. BODYWORK" Used car lot. U-14 AUTO SALES. E. uth and linlv«slty. BOOKKEEPER-SECRETARY Gen'l office work. Some typing. Searbv free narking, 5 day wk. ' _'K _M PP'IcsL JiQB-Ej. Locus) BOOKKEEPER-TYPTST PA"?T TIME. Northeast ar Ca!L2«J497. BRICKLAYERS" Wanted Immediately to work Des Moines area. Must be ex purlenced In residential construction. For Information call 265 3197 L _ _ ~BUS¥OY-D!SHWASHER EVENING HOURS apnly In person alter <' ~" CLEANING WORK For nursing home. DOWELL MANOR Call .79.091? West D^s Mnlnes ual Life, progr , JIO-- 1331. An_fgual Opportunity Employer Clerical Opportunities Consider First The Bankers Life 711 High Street 284-5050 An Equal Opportunity Emplnver For WANT ADS •MHHIMWV z o O z CLERICAL WORKER Capable of running small offset printing machine. Excellent ben- salary. Ask for Robert 177 ext. 31. salary, i, 244-5177 DES MOINES CLUB 806 LOCUST !TERICALI Averaqe typlnq and ~ .._.. for fi FEE PAID 2853 Snelllng will land this! :all Dena 278 Celling. CLERK Non-food department. 5 day 40 r APPLY MR. KALIANOV Dahl's 35th, Ingersoll CLERK TYPTsT: with accounting Interest. No Saturdays. Drake /Ic. Advancement. Benefits. 274 COCKTAIL SERVER I nights. Apply In person alter s 3|NO'S RESTAURANT_2B09_STH COCKTAIL SERVER Part time. Contact Alice Barnett, "" 1, Hotel Savery, 4th and 'art time. Ihez Quad, -ocust. ~TOG OCKTAIL SERVER Al's Pastime 255-9951 CALL K) 00 * i 00 Construction Coordinator or Project Manager Experienced builder or construe lion mgr. wanted Immediately for residential housing. This is a very' responsible lob. Mr. Chappel. U.S. HOMES 5390 and Avenue in9-l43.'i COOK—LINE SERVER 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 5 DAY WEEK APPLY IN PERSON MONTGOMERY WARD MERLE HAY MALL Equal opportunity, affirmative action employer COOK First Cook for evenings Fringe benefits Include profit sharing. Apply to manager PEPPERTREE RESTAURANT I09TH AND - " COOK TO work 5 days per week,.Sept. 4th to Nov. 21st. r work, CAMP 933. i per week, Sept. I. Occasional olh- SUNNYSIDE 289- COOK Part time tor jmall nurslnn home. 6 lo 2 P.M. 289-1327, W- COOK WANTED for 40 starving men. ACACIA FRATERNITY. ISU. Call M5-232-<440, ask for John. COOK-FRY" Will teach. Apply In person after 5 PM. KIND'S RESTAURANT 2M9 <TH CREDIT DEPARTMENT Looking for phone clerk ann phone collectors. Full or part 'Ime, day or evening hours. No experience necessary, will train hose Interested and dependable. Call now for Interview, Mr. ing 280-7752. . Pleasant St. or 51st and Harwood DR. 285-1924 2188. YOUR PLACE OR OURS Call 282-2828 5 -CHNAWRrsa,t"an d -pe OD er. GUYS AND GALS jr 05t HiSh S °244 h Nude Modeling Outcalls Nude Encounter HOME, MOTEL, HOTEL 24 Hrs. 265-8366 SCHNAUZER FOUND _ . vie. Owner identify. 282-3930. Southslde • SIAMESE cat, male, fairly large,] af the City Hall at/4:30 4 white paws, answer to "Mul \e 22nd day of Septem- fins". LOST vie. SE 1st and Dun ifore which time any oflham. 288-0026 ive to such schedule of ass hat unless such oblectlons they may ha ments and II... filed they will ,__ Council to be waived *nd the will thereupon, or in case any oblections assess... 3ns are deemed by the City 1 -- J •• city Counci' filed are overruled, order said schedule of assessments certified to oy the County Auditor for collection, as provided by law. CITY OF DES MOINES, IOWA pink . Mixed kitten, female. collar. FOUND Adel, la. . near S. llth St. 993-4011. SUNGLASSES, prescription. found Oak Park vie. 283-4931 ask for Mary. __ _ __ W <TM A~N"'S DTAM"0~ND Wrist <TM atch, Watch, Lost vicinity of Merle Hay. Reward. 225-2367 between 8 NES 'IOWA an ^ 1 : 1P_E/ A - _____ . __ "By'RI'chard E. Olson 'FCU-ND: Bta'ck and white female Mavor ouppy. Setter type. Vic. Blrdland (f.urv, | .- . ' ftA -o ,7*,- c.ift DATE MATE? S'nqle, divorced, v/ldowed 5cn(i tell addressed stamped nve'rpe tor quick reply. INSTA-MATE ry 45i>'/ 0 M. 50306 OUTCALLS ONLY 12 PM-4 AM 244-8470 PHONE-A-SSAGE I P.M. to midnight. Oulcalls only Paunnnnrt, la. .I9-193-70T9' THE'PALACE MASSAGES ""'UI.N.Q... ... u ,, c , 4'PM |li> ffllPEPPERTREE RESTAURANT " 1921 Pleasant, 2B3-191L i M09 109th SI. : AN OFFER TO JOIN THE Rff<fi-iFTP~ i ARTHUR MURRAY „„„*„,,„ ' TEACHING STAFF DISHWASHER III you have a nlea-ant person- MJ^I tin Ic. or over. Nights. Apply 'ahtv <ind you like people we will 13 f, PM. t troin you to tear.h diincinu at no:M|, cost. You attend glfimorous '"J 11 event,, d<inr.o {-.ontests, travel il' bast toot for CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK Part time. Heavy telephone traf- Mayo, 24W54S. DAIRY" NO TOLL IN ALL !w,ird ,3t Arnoric-t's le,idintj socldl • d.ince school. Apply 2 tn / PM daily. ARTHUR MURRAY STUDIO 414V-/ Vrn —'Instruction 180 Top wages. Modern housing facll- Mies. Call 712-623-9037 alt. 4 PM. DAY AND NIGHT HELP WANTED, PART TIME Apply In person PnnHfirosa Stsak House_ OIJTCALL MASS, ENOTrWs.. 24 HOUR SERVICE 753-3389 MARSHAL LTOWIt LOW RATES FOR AUTO -.K's MASSAGE ATTEST: Margaret Vernon City Clerk Published In The Des Moines Register and Det Moines Tribune, August 26 and September 2, 1975. Park. 244-0233 aftgr 5:30. Notices canceled or reiecled persons. lm.|_ mediate SR-22 flilnas. E-Z payi_ plan. Mike Anania Ins. 407 Court 1 Ave. Des Moines. la. 243-86/A H.C. FILMS $6.95 . PA'R"L"0"«'< Deaths COLLECT your deli nq. accts —bad checks tor $6. Re-mock., m-jqs, novelties, nudo e igardless of vie, age or \v 274- counter, models. Ma.ler Charse •4806. ' " '" ! Firemen battle Farmcraft blaze i Firemen early today were! : batt!Lng a blaze at Farmcraft. i | Inc., 2340 Maury Street. Thej : fire was reported" at 12:37 a.m.' l and extra tlarrns v.ere later, | sounded. Flames could br seen blocks av.a>. IA CARD OF THANKS published (In The Register and Tribune is a fitting way to express your appre- elation of florai tributes, gifts and other kindnesses. Call 284-8141 lor »iinqosted messages BEPPLER - Services for M?f Mary Johnston Beppler, Long Beach, California, formerly ol Des Molnes, will be 11 A.M. Wed-' nesday at St. John's Catholic Church. Rosary 8 P.M. Tuesday. Friends map call after 4 Tuesday. CALDWELL-BRIEN-ROBBINS University CUNNINGHAM. —.Services for' , CUNNINGHAM - Ser _____ .,. I Mrs. Hazel Cunningnam, 1301 East Sheridan, will be 10 AM Wednesday at the Funeral Home. Interment Pine Hill. ARNOLD'S HIGHLAND PARK FUNERAL HO'/E GORANSON — Services for William Goranson of 2415 Marion will be Tuesday 9:30 AM at Dunn's on Southwest Ninth. Interment 2.00 PM Tuesday at R e rn s e n Cemetery, Remser.. Iowa. ___ ____________ j'i%"$ - for intcrmaTtO'"- re- gar-J'ng r .er/<:e c . for i!>t--, t: tent- Jon*r', c f C'7C3 Jor.n prttt.- ; rfc r i ' 131 An?-// «.~e'/F BOOK STORE '/a r,r.ind_ Or-en 10-JJ r ^;n 1?-'. MOD'ERN New Has Encounters , '»/s Heur Qrive -37-VJOT ~"~" LIVE NUDE MODELS BOOKS, MAGA/INES, FILM DENMARK 408-7lh 282-3.? Blue Nude 215 Walnut 1S1 W. ~ 'CASH FOR "DIAMONDS" l-- — ANTIQUE JE'.VtiLRY WATCHES' ACROSS f-f'i'l, AMD OLD GOLD. MR. LEVICH i JEWELERS 313 /'h O'/! ToNeCa BATH AND MASSAGE U',7 KEO //AY, DE5, '.'Olflfi KEO NORTH EXIT FRO'/ I "IV, HOURb '0 AM to 4 AM iUNDA'C NOOII TO MIDNIGHT PHONE 280-8849 'iGQl // BROAD//A ( COUNCIL BLUFFS HOURS 1 . A'/, to 10 P'A PHONE 323-3742 Alkl'OKT DEAR"MICHA'EL'VE'/IN r Hapcv lit Birth-Ja/ To oy Little '.'i-. '.',0 love you SO vory T. , //cm PSYCHIC READER or.Mj't All Your Problems ' _ _____ LO/v Auto fdte cycles, owners, dre, trailers, fast !SA(j'J»e RiSSIF ' N . Irma Jorr,,on THE FAMILY BENQE' oc . 265-2127. Erncrger. . H?V'i. 1 SUP/lf.'C F Tjt -;'^1 "FJOf?T^o^JS available .1 tne E'r r n,j OoMrn^in Cl^nK tcr 7/crn on in \fifn City. Call 337 2111 >••' &OITARI.T-'B'AS£" P "L"A Y'e » r v/ant^ to [' or't H'.n OF Ererg/ Ro^.K and Rf.ll bnr.d 143<S Arlington BE', r Fii. ,'/ OE-..E r .TlON 20. t'tlos to chooie frcrri P A r . H F' L r ,'->', .. 11',?'-2 f MODERN MASSAGE •Hour. 9:00 A : . be l P ' Wl-'-'.v'f jffrcc .Vc _ r".~c<_'.~?;,r Cnir'o ':L Sunrise Bi/ r -J .' ?'lr _•-.;,/ -jt Ln&rrjl Home l '".V'.-'.f " De-.' t:r, -QO.M Cr.ufCh Birihrjght. 2&i) v.u keen Ihe DES MOINES MASSAGE (JAILY '. PI/. <<: I /• '.' r ' O.S£D Sljt-.OA f The Velvet Touch MASSAGE PARLOR I Do you want extra money? Learn to Prepare Income Tax Returns People who have a lUir for dealing with figures, enioy working with Ihe public, and would like lo earn e«tra income may enroll in H&R Block's lai School With classes in over 2.000 communities, lime r, alrmj',1 certain to' be a class neai you lob interview. available lor best students. Send lor tree information and '.M'/, schedules today HURRY' Classes start September 10th (here .'e ') <.',nvpn:ent clas:> Contact the nHir.e nearest you i. BLOCK 2715 Htrdlng Road DeiMolnti, low* 50310 Phon« 274-4197 e '.end me tree information d'xut (Our Idi jjf.paiali'jn .'jjurse I understand there is no obligation IttIM • CLIP'.NO MAIL TODAY ™ — Full or part time. Ho'/rs to meet ! vou' schedule. Good earnings. YELLOW CAB CO. _ 55Q-7th Street ." CAFETERIA HELP Monday thru Friday. Hours 11:30 AM to 8:30 PM. Please call 284- His? between 8 ,ind 5. CARPENTER'S EXD only lor garages and additions. Apply in person, Midwest Bniirinri, 56 Ulh and Maurv. 7420 Douglas portuni " An Egutl Opportunity Employer 'ELIVERY'PE'RSON Plus Inside duties. Mon.—Sal. 5:30 PM to 1 AM. Dependable, must have own car and be 18.) 244-9039, 255-1119. JOLLY'S; PI-ACE, 32nd and Forest. CASHIERS ^--ilications now beinq taken for full and part time cashier,. Experience helpful, but not necessary. 1 night and I weekend day involved In 37' i hour week. Seeking mature persons who enioy meeting Ihe puhlci. APPLY IN PERSON RICHMAN GORDMAN, 7900 HICKMAN I Ar. Equal Opportunity Employer DENNY'S RESTAURANTS Now hiring Waitresses, Waiteri. Bus Personnel, Dishwashers. Cooks, Hostesses and Host. Good company benefits, good starting son : 2/8-80761 266 4632 wage. Call or apply In person 4995 MERLE HAY -221E. EUCLID DESK CLERKS Experienced need only apply. / AM lo 5 PM and 3 PM to 11 PM. Howard Johnson Motor Lodge 4800 Mfrlt Hav Rd. '' rj es Hyatt HOUSB HAS OPENINGS FOR KITCHEN JANITORlAl, also Hfj-.less — Cahier lor evenmgs.l O!. r ,HWASHERS. Meal furnished. Fnn'je Benefits. Apuly lo man-lf'.oa fringe bennfih. Contacl a n,., C*.-' Pelcr. 6215 Fleur Eaual oo- : PEPPERTREE RESTAURANT |no f Minitv employer __ • IDQth and nnnnU"; i DICTAPHONE: Downtown comp.i IU/IH dflQ UUUyidS ^"* > CALL 00 O O CASHIER: and ineedj your talent) FEE PAID -S425 Call Carmen Sullivan 284' "i'n S"°lllnu & Snellinq DIRECTOR OF NURSING .. , ijroijnr] real i i-jt FFE Ramsey Gill Rilla V>cDad« 284-i^i^Sf 9 Memorial Home. 1611 DISHWASHER */';n -f-n ? PFOPLtb CASHIER-NITES M , )rnin3 d , 5hwasher neede , , Ami/ alter 4 10 d.m. to 4:30 P.m.. 6 days per ARK _2400 Ingersnll A eek. Excellent trmge ben.dti. ' '""- Contact Jim at 225-1148 DES MOINES _ _ CASHIER TYPi'ST GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB CATERING PORTERS --DISHWASHER""- Apply 42 > ' //r. DOME. 244-2151 S-^verv. 4th & Locust Want Ada CALL 800-362-1836 FROM ANYWHERE IN IOWA Call 284-8141 IN DES MOINES, 9 lo 2, 5 day week. I nn.cj. g tQ II AM. __ DOB8S HOUSE INC. Is now accepting aopHc-jiions for i_he_joj lowing positions^ DISHWASHER AND~ FLOOR HELP unrt h.'ur:,. 10 JO AU — I'jl P" -\pply m perion ;.\cran T^ri,^_ftlS I.PCUS* ___ Li'iOVrN'Ci lor a goo3 erator 1 Cld.ii'i.d'ion 4iO p'a-t.

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