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Got a pollution pi Gus Arvan says he can solve it ByARLOJACOBSON Kostts "Ou8" Arvanltakls «ee« the world as an imperfect place that could be improved substantially by running it through a filter of his design. Gus Arvan, a name he uses to save time on introductions, is the man who came up with the unique system that is helping reduce pollution and odor in a large confinement hog production facility just north of Clear Lake. Arvan believes the capacity of the filter is such that it could be put to use in small cities to solve sewage problems. The Clear Lake filter system removes solids from liquid hog manure to the point that the water is clear when it goes to a holding pond. Solids come out in a nearly dry form that can be further dried down into organic fertilizer, or be "recycled" through livestock as a feed ingredfent. This not only allows maximum utilization of expensive feed, but helps hold down odors because the solids are not pumped into a pond to decay. The former blacksmith entered the filtration business by the back door shortly after immigrating here from the Isle of Rhodes, Greece, just after World War II. Dry Cleaning With postwar prosperity all around him, Arvan saw an opportunity in the booming field of dry cleaning and leaped in with one of the first One Hour Martinizipg franchises. Arvan learned that solvents, the key to dry cleaning, were expensive. Because of the expense of buying replacement solvents, they were being filtered to remove the foreign material cleaned from clothing so the chemicals could be reused. Filtration was a long and laborous process requiring much down time of equipment. So Arvan developed a method whereby the filter could be automatically cleaned without taking the machine apart. He was successful, and this meant that each dry cleaning day could be started with clean solvent. With development of his automated filtering process, Arvan sold his shop and went to work with a group of investors to manufacture and sell the self cleaning filters to other dry cleaning shops. Later Arvan had his eye on still another field brought on by a revived national interest in the ecology. „ He was certain that his filtration equipment had applications for water treatment. This decision resulted in the birth of Idrex, Inc., which manufactured the system for the Clear Lake hog operation. Since 1971, Aryan's filtration systems have been sold and installed for waste water treatment in a large truck Gus Arvanitakis (center) explains how his super filter (in background) works. Filter is on the Clear Lake hog farm. wash, a candy manufacturing plant, three electroplating plants, and a scavanger service which recycles spent lubricating oil. The customers included such giants as 3M Company, Phillips 66, DuPont, Sund- strand and Union Carbide. Arvan got into the hog operation in Clear Lake through an investor at Idrex — who was also an investor in the hog operation. The hog firm, North Central Iowa Pork Producers, Inc., wanted insurance that its operation would not be a problem for' neighbors, and Arvan was asked .if he could give such assurance. No Doubts There was no doubt in his mind. If manure was a pollutant, Arvan knew he could filter it out somehow. His filter works, removing all particles larger than 0.008 of an inch. The unique thing about the filter screen is the delta (triangular) shape of the holes. It was a natural for Kostas Arvanitakis from the Isle of Rhodes, since delta is the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet. The self-cleaning part comes about because if a particle can be squeezed through the tiny hole at the top of the delta, there is no problem with getting it through the larger space at the base of the triangle. Owners of the Clear Lake hog operation are delighted with the effectiveness of the filtration system and recently held an open house. So the former blacksmith from Greece now has a foothold in Iowa agriculture. And with the livestock industry moving from pasture to confinement buildings, the opportunities appear practically unlimited, he believes. Asked about solving the mounting problem of human waste and sludge disposal in major cities, Arvan nodded, smiled, and said simply: "It's coming." Places & faces Ronald Goodman, a Chicago corporate and! industrial public relations counsel, has moved the headquarters of his firm from Chicago to Des Moines. The firm specializes in f i- nancial and shareholder relations, corporate communications and programs to support the marketing of public companies. Incorporated as Ronald Goodman & Company, Inc., the company is located at 727 E. Locust St. here. J.W. Lumlet, jr. has been appointed manager of product planning for banking equipment and security systems at LeFebure of Cedar Rapids. He will be responsible for developing and marketing drive-up, walk-up, vault, depository, cash handling and related banking equipment, as well as components for alarm and surveillance equipment. Stocks climb NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market recouped most of its early-August losses with a sharp rally this past week. The spark that set the buying in motion, appeared to be a positive reading by investors of the Federal Reserve Board's intentions for its monetary policy. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials climbed 30.58 to 835.34 - its best weekly showing in more than two months — largely on the strength of a 22.45-point upsurge on Thursday. Standard & Poor's 500-stock index rose 2.60 to 86.88, and the New York Stock Exchange composite index was up 1.44 at 46.29. The over-all tally on the Big Board showed 1,415 gainers against 369 losers among the 2,000 issues traded. NYSE volume slowed to a daily average of 12.74 million shares from 14.42 million the week before, with many market participants on vacation before Labor Day — the traditional "business New Year/^ Following its usual pattern,' August was by far the quietest month so far this year on Wall Street. The week's gains left the market with a mixed showing for the month after a steady rise through the first half of the year and a pullback in July. Just before the market closed down for'the^holiday weekend, some profit taking appeared — possibly touched off by unfolding developments in New York City's financial struggle. Surveying the city's immediate cash-raising problems, Felix Rohatyn, finance chairman of the Municipal Assistance Corp., declared that "default is a good possibility." Polaroid, the week's most active issues, rose 1V4 to 35 on turnover of 643,100 shares. Sears, Roebuck, which said its business was picking up, rose 5% to65>/4. Esmark gained 3'/» to 35Vz. The company reported higher quarterly earnings, voted a 5- for-4 stock split and raised its cash dividend. In all, 29 Big Board issues reached new 1975 highs during the week, against 43 new lows. DOW JONES 30 Industrials WIIKLY DOW JONI Monday Tueiday Wodntdav •Thurtday Friday Net Cha. 10 Mut 20 Trent IS UN •SStackt, 1 112.34 155.24 72.23 244.91 •03.11 153.19 74.94 242.291 H7.02 152.12 77.29 243.04 129.47 155.40 71.70 241.95 135.34 157.24 79.74 250.90 +30.51 +2.64 -f2.il +1.03 LET'S BE REALISTIC ABOUT SUCCESS! Success only comes from Mieving in your own potential and being in the right »l»ce »t the right limi utith the right type of operation. Here's your chance. ~. . TIADI I*AM is coming to town! Here in one complete package is one of the guatesi potentials for growth in years. Own your own outlet, yet have the benefit of a large chain operation, with buying power, merchandising, advertising, promotion. TtAQf Mitt is the fastest-growing retail chain in America — so why not get on the bandwagon now? To qualify for this exciting business you must be of food character and financially solvent Write today! Our representative will be in your area soon. Address TIAM f AH, P.O. Box 6340, Denver, Colo. $0206. MUTUAL FUNDS Mwrfww fivlni mt prlcw (or ln» WMK frjm the previous Attocwion of reflect net met vaiuej/priei Meurltlei could have tftn low. Amfirlhrehl Tr f mEqulty f t 1 Ful ..... ..jlsnci Ameer) Fund AmerFeiri Fundi: Am Balance 4.JI 4.11 4. Am Income" AmMulutl Fd Am Special jondFd Am C»p Fd Am Growlhf d Am incomeFd Am invceA . NewPerip Fd Slock Fd Am . 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Jnvttt ShrmnOian n «»'«, Venture Shr IIS ,k 4.13 •at** 4.44 + .Jl *S"S tBl:i: 10. » -f .34 Hii 2.* T. * "'I. j'.ia J9.3« Sleadmin fundi: Amerind n 2.41 2.33 AnoFTrull n .9$ .94 iifi *«.! •:«*« iSIt:? 4 . Slock *n Supervlid Inv: Growth Incom* lncm Accumulllv Bond Cent Growth Con! Incom* Income Science Vanguard Vance Sanders: Inveil Common Special Wliconiln gltr F o load fund. Zlegltr Fund n-N WEEK'S TREND (By Kit AiMdaM Preti) The following table lists operating results in major lines of business and finance in the latest week compared wyth a year ago: LattttWeek Yatr Aa*> Steel Production (Net Toni) 1,942,000 2,444,000 Freight Carloadlng* 454,149 411,570 Freight Ton-Mlltl (Blllloni) 15.1 15.4 Auto Production (Unlit) 197,991 176,775 Soft Coal Production (Toni) 11,340,000 7,535,000 Crude Oil Production (•bit) 51,513,000 42,314,000 Paper Board Prod. (Toni) unavall 573,900 Slock Salet (Sharei) 43,720,210 74,111,210 Bond Sale! (Par Value) f 74,934,000 t 71,132,000 Buiintit Failure* (Number) . 19S 204 Final thrtt clpheri omit lad: Electric Power Prod. (KWH) 40,419,000 40,399,000 Bank CJttrJAU $249,443,771 »242JJi,J4» S 2IMOO S 144,000 r 11,400,000 I 11,547,000 1 11,411,000 S 74,413,000 t 232,000 I 3,372,000 Enctil Rttarvet Treeiury Goldj Slock Money In Circulation Member Bank Borrowlngi Buys insurance, rial istit* firm Mark Petersen of Kimballton has purchased the Randolph real estate and insurance firm from Mrs. D.D. Randolph for an undisclosed amount. Petersen has been a barber. 1 MERCEDES C^ BENZ 24 MONTHS OR 24,OOO MILE WARRANTY SALES • PARTS • SERViCE • LEASING EUROPEAN DELIVERY AVAILABLE DAVE OSTREM IMPORTS DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER • August 31, 197S/ OPTIONS Ateoi AWoi i ib: i& Am <os Am joi Am '•! 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Weekly 500 Slock lnde>: High....Low Close Ct-o. 9/54 94J4 97.54 +J91 35.34 34.41 3534 + .52 4?S Indu&lnj 15 Railroad! 46 Ulllllias 500 Slocks 41 13 3911 tl\) +IJ7 14M 1394 MM +2*0 tax exempt 9%% currently available on Municipal Bonds in amounts of $5,000 or mort Write or call toll free 800-328-6122 Miller & Qchroeder fi*i»», i*«» 612/131-1500 MUNICIPALS. INC. Northwe*4«ni financial Center 7900 Xene» Avenue Souih Commercial Loans. S 10,000, S 50,000 and more Whether your business it retail, wholesale, manufacturing, service, medicine, (arming or construction.. Look to Thorp for fast service. Contact' Steven C. Brown 2520 Harding Road De* Moines, Iowa 50310 515-274-3687 O' contact the Thorp o/l'ce nea/e^i you. THORP caiarr INC. HfflMfQ IY HOm LIKf YW A finjncn' itVV'Cf of (IT

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