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Des Moines, Iowa
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Cool, Dry Day in Iowa RAINS RAVAGE NORTHEAST Oiitht 6AM.HAM . .-„• -Services for Elsie Ran- 1 "da'iT viiT be held 10:JO AV. Wednesday at Evans'FunerSI Home, Earlham, la. Interment DeSoto, lowa; _ f ___^__! be held at l :M PM I Mm—Jobi oHntirMt _J90iM«n—Jobi if Intiriit " ATT^NJ.^^rj-ffine. John-, F ARM~LOAN MAN Auto BODY'MEN I90i Des Moincs Register ;Tu«r, July .29, JW_ at l:M at Mei hcid i it Church. Eariham. WcrT -TUCS-! Scattered, (air-weather cumulus clouds dotted blue skies over Iowa Monday. Temperature readings were pleasantly cool for late July and humidity levels were quite low. High temperatures ranged from the upper 70s to the lower 80s. Winds were northwesterly 10 to 18 miles per hour. Fair skies and cool temperatures are forecast for Iowa again today. Forecasts FOR TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1»M LOCAL — Mostly sunny and a little warmer today, High 85. Generally fair and warmer tonight. Low 65. Partly cloudy with a chance of a shower 10' Wednesday. >WA — Generally through Wednesday... Highs 8( warmer to 83. to partly cloudy and warmer today. Highs today in me IOs. Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes- Lows tonight near 60. NEBKASKA — Clear /\INftESOTA — Fair to PL.... . day. Highs 78 to 88. Partly cloudy to- MINNESOTA - Fair to .partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with a chance of a tew thundershowers west tonight and over the state Wednesday. SOUTH DAKOTA — Fair to partly cloudy today with a chance of a few thunatr- showers west today. Highs 85 to 95. Variable cloudiness tonight and Wednesday with a chance of tl ers tonlgh' WISCONSIN today with highs 7; _ _. thundcrshow- ilght and east Wednesday. "• and plt___.. Fair Ionian!. Temperatures The following list of cities shows (H) highest temperatures occurring between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday, July 28, (L) lowest temperatures occurring between 6 a.m. Sunday and 6p.m. Monday, and (P) precipitation in , Inches occurring between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday: IOWA (H) . Mostly sunny and pleasant today with highs 75 to 82. Fair toman!. Mostly sunny and warmer Wednesday. fair and warmer to Highs today in the ILLINOIS - South: day and tonight. - 80s. North: mostly sunny and pleasant today with highs 76 to 82. Fair and cool tonioht. MISSOURI — East, South: fair and warmer today and toniahl. Highs today in the 80s. 'Northwest: fair and warmer today, tonight and Wednesday. Highs today In the middle 80s. Audubon Burlington Cedar Rapids Clinton council Bluffs Decorah Des Moines Dubuque lowa City __ Lamonl 82 MaPleton 78 Mason City 61 Ottumwa 83 Sioux City 80 spencer 78 Vvatcrloo 83 UNITED STATES Albany, N.Y 80 AIDuquerque 96 Amanllo 95 Anchorage 58 DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR MONDAY, JULY 28, 1969 BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU DCS Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: t a.m 68 3 p.m J a.rn 6/ 4 p.m. 3 a.m 60 5 p.m 4 a.m 64 6 p.m 5 a.m 62 7 p.m 6 a.rii. . 61 8 7 a.m M 9 p.m 8 a.m 44:10 p.m 9 a.m. . oV 11 M in 10 a.m 72112 mid. 11 a.m 751 I a.m. 12 noon 77 2 a.m 65 I p.m 78l TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 6 p.m. Lowest at 6 a.m ... Mean Normal Deficiency for day Deficiency since first of month.. Deficiency since first of year .. PRECIPITATION For Monday Total this month to dale Total since Jan 1. . Normal since Jan. 1 to date Excess since Jan. 1 MISCELLANEOUS 6 am. Barometer In inches Ashevilie Aildnia Billings Lj.rinniqham Bismarck UOise ttosion Brownsville Buffalo Dunmqlon, VI LdbMtT Charleston. S.C .. Charleston, W.V» 80 Charlotte, N.C BU LiiiCdgo 81 i Cincninali /•>• Cleveland 78 771 Columbus, Ohio 78 7 ' Denver 91 71 ; Urlroit 76 /J Duluth 7? " tl i-aso 94 Fairbanks 59 Fargo 79 Forf Worth 99 Great Halls 94 Helena 89 Honolulu 89 Houston 80 81 95 64 % 60 96 ! 4 4 90 72 LO a 62 61 64 Si 61 62 59 61 55 60 62 62 59 (P) NEW YORK, N.Y. Torrential rains and heavy- winds struck the Northeast Monday causing flooding, creating hazardous driving conditions and continuing the 10-day pal! of bad weather that has left shore resorts all but deserted. And, if the weatherman can be believed, some arc blaming it on the Apollo It moon shot, while the more down-to- earth are shrugging it off and drying out as best they can. A major flood warning was issued Monday for New Jersey and the Hudson Valley in New ,York State. In Toms River, N.J., an apartment house was cvac uated when a dam spilled its banks. And in Sullivan County in New York State, the sheriff declared a county disaster area and ordered roads closed. A brief tornado watch was mounted in western and central New York during the afternoon lowa Interment W.HI LaKp, fcv.ins Service. Dexter and _rui m J__!A. __ ' Ipwt'.: tar l- A. We have Sn opening in our body And paint shop for 2 experienced men. Too earning possibilities, Irinoe benefits, 5 day weeks. *nd flood working renditions. Contact V.r Richards fit Shears Pont ac-C.>d I '• lac 30/ North Federal. M,v,on Citv I 6'AK'FR": all afouncf" work; reMiH shop" Open due lo sudden de-i'h. Farewav Stores, Inc., Mason Cily. lowa 50.101. Phone: 515-424-4735 BODY MAN j Experienced. Too Wanes A CARD OF THANKS Bubllshed ln|*EN"\P§O.Y SHOP U.4«.2_nd...Avf. - ' " ' ' BOOM TRUCK DRIVER crcte block delv. Mechanic exp. equircd. Year round work,. E»""rut pav end Iringe benefits. - Dave Holmes .AVERS AND VR AROUND .. - 374-945J 2 SHACbb i Rest Haven Cemetery. Good middle section location 2444<39, evcnmgs_alter 5_P QV CHAPEL HiLL GaVcTens. 2 .spaces. Si 75 each. 262-0971 after Degree m agriculture or Business ad-'y.,, 1.1,. «| ministration F-arm background. mSn—JOBI Ol Career position v.'ilh good luturc.: —— • ' Write MalinO XOf, education and! experience to X-539 Register and T • jMen — Jobs «f Interest SYSTEMS ANALYST 190! __ _ YALE ...... YOUNG-'Serv'ices for Dorothy . Young, 2*37 Rutland, will be 1 P.M. Tuesday at Merchants Fyne-al Home, Yale, la. Interment Mottilt Grove Cemetery, Guthrie Center, la. ____ _______ 'The'"RVsis'ter arid"tTibun* is a til-; llna way lo express your apprecia- Ion ol floral tributes...aijH apd'conc other kindness". Call H4-IU1 for> rcc tuanested mess on. Cemetery Lotii Manuminti 3 "" INC. 388-6545 .OCK .20 (P) 1 41 .0? WORK. TOP < CAB DRIVERS RUANCAB CO. CASHIERS wFThank everyone tor "tfie kindnes; shown during the sorrow ol the death of our loved one, E. Ivan. The Curtis family. Retired man to work 4 hour shlll. Pleasant working conditions. CORNER POCKET, J330 University. Call 755-W4 before 12 noon. CLAIM TRAINEE „- ..-..,,.-^..~— .... l Insurance Company of North Amer •01 lea needs collcqe graduate to learn l Claims Adjustment. Call Mr. Mil- Plants Bouquets. Corsages len, 268-3301 to arranqe tor an Inter. DOHERTY FLOWERS ' vi ' w — IS40-2nd Avo. 286-65571 Hbune FRY COOK Gcod v.'aoci Aniilv after < 30 MAMA LACONA'S .162' Bc.wor " FURNACE INSTALLER Experienced only. Top Applv in person 101 SW Mh. HQ M E J MPROVE M E N T_ C Q. GRADE FOREMAN AND MOTOR SCRAPER OPERATOR Owen Construction, Inc. HARLAN, IOWA Ph. 755-2592 or 755 i "5055 Equal Opportunity Employer i INVESTIGATOR" CAREER OPPORTUNITY; Salaried position In Des Moines and Indianola offices of nationwide firm. Making Investigations for insurance and personnel purposes. In terestlng outside contact work. No selling, collecting or travel. 2 years college preferred, aqe 22-30. Promotions from within. Cover Qualifications fully: P O Box 1515. Des Moincs, lowa or call Mr. Harper, ORDERLY Opening for wo'Kcr interested in 1 oatient ore. On 'he ioh tranino , Previous ho'-p' ;xDCricncc unnec : e^sarv. Possible choice of work APPLY PERSONNEL DKPT. igWA_V,F-:TJlODI5T HOSPITAL : " PAINTERS--WELD"ERS ' ; F-OREMAN AND OTHF:R ABLE ' BODIED MEN 18 or older who likelDeiire 1 to climb and tree to travel tori i fieaninq, repairlno and painttno elevated water lowers. Niti'- T»nk Maintenance Corp. P.O. Bo« i tOOri. U17 Crocker. 243-M»4 j PAINTERS F*pencncPd. New corutruclion. 916-3560 PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTION 'l man tor dfly *hitt. 1 man for nioht, i sh.ft. Minimum education high; i .rhool qr^fludie. Infrrcit in them i iStry or scioncr preferred, but no'' required Excellent workinq conoi , (ion\ and benefits. Anplv to person ! n«l mar. Diamond Laboratories, Inc. ?53fl S E. 43rd.s|.!_Q_pyMoinc^J A . wi'h indu' enflinecrino bark- pround or industrial rnfltnoer wilh tniere^t m eomnufer systems. Good s^Mry and r^^ellent OPPorturiily MI orowmo doodrtment of mAior universify hospi'al. Sf'd rrj.ume to A. 109 Reg i-lor and Tribune, t nuril opportunity employer. TOOL AND DIE | MECHANIC experienced person to be it soonsible for laying out, maintain- ino. and repairing a variety ot tooli. dies, lios, fixture-,, oauocs and templates. Will do some construction of simple tooling. Work to closf tolerances. LENNOX Industries Inc. 1701 E. Euclid, Des Moines fll Opportunity \. FLOWERS BY OLSAN'S 150* E. Grand Lost and Found 80 male f man. 27 'Shepherd,'"" 3 months old nd vicinity 49lh and Hick*0521. _ , _ . L A S S t !> , black rimmed prescription, found vie. 86th and Uni versilv. 279-9793 daySj GLASSES, Pink .rims, found at 12th _ani Relative humidity Wind direction .. Wind velocity .... Sunrise" today Ji.06 29.92 rising . 84 NW .. 10 clear ...132 None ... J.34 ,..24.26 ..18.62 .. . 5.64 6 p.m. 29.99 falling NW 14 clear 77! Indianapolis 74 6'Jackson, Miss 90 0 Jacksonville 90 64 82 Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas 103 Little Rock 90 Los Angeles 77 Louisville 8t Memphis II Miami Beach 87 Midland, Tex 98 Milwaukee /2 Minneapolis 85 New Orleans 90 New York 77 Sunset 8:36 A y YEARAG6 . Hiah temperature in Des Moines 84 Low temperature in Des Moines . .64 Ther« was .15 of an inch of precipitation. Moon Full moon from July 28 throuah AU9. 3. Moon rises 9:25 P.m. Moon sets 6:27 a.m. Planets Mtrcury: SE, dawn; lost In solar glare until end of month. ._,._. • Venus: E, dawn; very bright. Mars: SE, dusk; very bright. Jupittr: S, dusk; qu te bright. Saturn: E. dawn; fairly bright. " * 1"»CWI 1 Ml IS ....... ....... i ( ( 14 North Platte ............... 83 " Oklahoma City .............. 90 Omaha ................ 80 Philadelphia ............... 82 Phoenix .................... 104 Pittsburgh ............... .'. 80 Portland,' Maine ........... 69 Portland, Ore .............. 76 Ralelflh .................... 89 Rapid City ................. 86 Reno .......... , ............ 93 Richmond ..... ' ............ 89 St. Louis ................... 78 St. Petersburg ............. 90 Salt Lake City .............. 95 San Antonio ................. '8 San Diego .................. 89 San Francisco .............. 58 Sault Sanlte Marie ......... 76 Seattle ..................... 70 Shreveport .................. 95 Spokane .................... 88 Tucson ..................... 92 Washington ................ 81 Wichita .................... >« 67 77 66 51 76 71 72 64 62 68 67 61 64 48 56 64 75 80 50 72 75 42 65 76 68 65 73 70 59 55 76 71 .28 "M .04 and a thunderstorm alert called for New Jersey. Throughout much of New York, New Jersey and Penns y I v a n i a , cellars were flooded, mud piled up and attendance at sporting events was down. I n Philadelphia, flooding stopped the subway system Monday morning. In Cooperstown, N.Y.. rain pelted down on ceremonies to induct four new members into baseball's Hall of Fame. New Jersey flood warning was issued by the Weather Bureau in Trenton, where a meteorologist said, "The potential is for major flooding tonight and into tomorrow morning." Cite Disappearance Of a Swiss Guard VATICAN CITY (REUTERS) Bft white" found Sunday July W3S POM female, found 'in Patricia Park 276-9360 FOU REWARD for man's gold bracelet.'initia|s_on_back. _?76-3987 CdSfBrown and qold_cbiiie female vicinity" Greenfield Plaza area or So. side Rewardi-lBJA 1 7Jv_243 : 8666_ FREE, You can run a found ad Three Lines lor Three Days call an Ad-Visor _28ML4j 1 02 421 .02 — One of Pope bodyguards has Paul's Swiss deserted — -65 60 70 85 67 60 59 72 52 52 72 66 79 71 77 65 54 66 55 '2 60 .... 73 .... 73 2.85 64 •••• probably the first to do so since the guard was formed by Pope 35 Julius II in 1505, a guard officer announced Monday. The guard, Kaspar Holzgang, dis appeared without a trace last month from the 100-member army. 03 .03 .63 i THE DAY'S RECORD Des Moines Deaths TEHAN - Howard, 64, of 2249 S.W. Ninth st.-, died Monday at Mercy Hospital. Des Moines Births DEVINNEY — Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W., 1504 Sixty-second St., a daughter, Monday at lowa Methodist Hospital. AMOS — Mr. and Mrs. Larry R., of Indianola, a daughter, Monday at lowa Methodist Hospital. ' CROSS — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R., 1109 Luster lane, a son, Monday at Mercy EVANS — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W., 2714 Sixtieth St., a daughter, Monday at Northwest Hospital. Where's the Fire? 6:50—5231 Waterbury road rescue unit. 7:22—1946 Hull ave., feed bin. 11:02—1605 Center st., gas leak. P.M. 8:03—2400 Ingersoll ave,, investigation. Farm Caravan Reaches Capital WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — A caravan of Midwest farmers, some riding tractors, arrived .in the Washington area Monday to carry on their campaign for higher grain prices. An aide to Representative .William L. Springer, (Rep., 111.) said Tom Petty of Oakland, 111., a member of the caravan, had informed him about 100 farmers on tractors, as well as 200 to 300 in cars and camping trailers, had reached nearby Beallsville. Md. Springer arranged to CANADA Calgary 76 il .... Edmonton 72 52 .04 Montreal 78 67 .46 Ottawa 75 65 .04 Reqina 75 54 .21 Toronto 70 6» .... Winnipeg 75 57 .... Vancouver 70 55 .... PAN AMERICA „ Acapulco 88 M Bermuda. 81 76 .61 Havana «8 75 .... Kingston 99 77 T Mexico Citv 81 55 .... Nassau '1 79 .... San Juan 86 75 .04 Veracruz 93 79 .09 WORLD Berlin (7 p.m.) 89 Cassblanra (6 o.m.) 79 Geneva (7 P.m.) 81 London (4 p.m « Madrid (7 P.m.) 88 Moscow (9 p.m.) 72 Paris (7 p.m.) 86 Rome (7 p.m ) 84 Saiqon (7 a.m. today) 77 Tokyo (3 a.m today) |6| Warsaw (7 P.m.) 79 , (M-mlssinq, T-trace) Reservoir Levels 8 am. Monday River): OST Friday Beagle terrier mix. male, black and tan. "Georgie vie. 33rd and Hickman Call 255-6973 eve, or dayi_24H17t. UST, tna. Bulldog, , vie. ot 54th bet. Douilas «. temale. br „ ...... .... -ounlas «. Madi S mos. old- Rew»-*. 276-0865. "—-— sWcoii j, German _ doq, M, tan-white, while eyes. 61st and Woodland Rd. 274-OJ47 Mldo type Vic return calandar watch, expansion COMPUTER PROGRAMMER Experienced, oootl math background; to work with 360 OS and telecommunications applications. Good| salarv and excellent opportunity, in growing department of malor university hospital. Send resume to T-109 Rcqister and Tribune. Eoual opportunity employer. Call CONCRETE FOREMAN FORM SETTERS Koehring 34-E Paver Opr. Season's work in DCS Moines and Waterloo. Apoly to 6004 Fleur Drive Des Moines, la. JACKSON Construction Co., Inc. 6004 Fleur Drive Des Moincs, la. Ph. >15-285-0315 An equal opportunity employer JANITOR ighty Relerences required evenings VAL LANES 27-M49.1 LINOTYPE MACHINIST For Immediate opening on night-shift. 37'; hour week with full fringe benefit program. Musi be experienced TTS Electrons and Interlype. Apply to Personnel Otlice, ', 2nr) fioorl, "I', md Tribune Low ; CONSTRUCTION MILtWRIGHT-FOREMAN 'Dps Moincs Register a 1 Company. 715 Locust 28*-W17 An Equal Opportunity Emnlovrr LINOTYPE OPERATOR Experienced for model 14 jettinn classified an'l corrections. Small cily daily, 40 hour week, 'j day Sat. Good waqcs -and fringe ben- etlls. ATLANTIC NEWS TELEGRAPH. Atlantic, lowa. PARKING LOT ATTENDANT Full lime. Apply; Jnd and Locust BRUBAKER'S_PARKING LOT PHARMACIST Good salarv and worklnp conditions very good chance for advancement • L*ceilrjnt benefits includmo health: <*nd accident insurance, dental in-;' surance, retirement provisions, ar.d! disability nsurance. C.*M coi!rrf! 365-1441 319 or 319-365-9935 ask to' 0 P JMtlhotl.. PLANT ""Superintendent with rnqi ncerlnq backqround for marhinnirr and fabricating plant with 20 lo 30' employes. Challenging position with opportunity for advancement. Salary commensurates with ability plus generous frlnqe benefits, ated in county leal town in north<est lowa. Renly in confidence, giving a summa i rv of education, experience, and. general background. Write P-105' Rpgisler and f rlbync^ _ i PLUMBER"^ Experienced. 964-4001 Alter 5 TRAFFIC TRAINEES flcg'' pre-cut home industry oprr- fllmq own flcrf of trucks. M«inv co"iOflny brncfit?.. Some truck mq knowl^doc preferred but not neecv 4,irv. Ctpric-il b^ck^round helpful Ifnmpdiflft* full tirn Applv Mflrv, LOT MAN AUItb Purse lost Saturday nicihl at company Picnic. Please return contents. Reward. 282-4014 REWAkD for lost dog, Beagle, yicin- ity E. 21st and University. Call 2621252. After 6_2.65-01150.._ FOUftD TRursday Grey German Schnauzer, North Sixth Avenue, HI- 4655 dog, MOTH6R's ring tound Wednesday, 1300 block of Washington, 282-4557. _ BOY'S or man's watch Found vicinity 73r<f and Univ. Fhd;w._2_7,6,-6?56,._ LOST, Beaale, I yr. oTd, m., vie. SE gth and Virginia. 244-0776 Must be etpcnenrcd. Apply Grain storage and handling cquip.l ion Oood ^'iViVnV'iiMr' 5 Sled bldg. Must be experienced all 4 VVHbtLo INI. running crew, reading blueprints, g nth rtn ,i (jnivfrMtv planninq and handlinq own work.]"—ps 1 Good growth opportunity. Manvi. .,.,.. benefits. Write B-244, Rcqister and • Tribune. All round experience necessary. 6 days including Sunday. Good pay and fringe benefits. Call tor ap- P o i n t m e n t . Mr. Dorff 285-3431. CLOUD ROOM. Airport. 5368 LARGE ... and Douglas. ' Moticw ?0 JOE D. POLICH, MADRID IA. RR2, HWY. 17, WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE EOR DEBTS OTHER THAN MY OWN. 7ftS 5IPS COOK COOK Niqhts. Must furnish good work record, salary open. BABE'S 417-6TH CRANE OPERATOR Experienced in bridge work. R. J. Blckrey, Box I. Boone, la. 432-2673 Equal opportunity employer Vacation Guide ilil CLEAK LAKE, IOWA For rent, beautiful units at the Chalet in Bayslde. Some Aunust vacancies-. Call DPS Moines, 255-2462 or Clear Lake F^MV^^^^^^j Personals 140 CREDIT DEPARTMENT TRAINEE FULL T,tME POSITION FOR ALERT 4 ENERGETIC INDIVIDUAL. FULL PAY WHILE TRAINING f-UR OUR COLLECTION AND CREDIT APPROVAL DEPARTMENT. CALL ME — JOE BAUMANrJ - 244-7841 "AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER". experience in service, sales and installation. Top salary plu*. commissions, plus profit-sharing plan and other benefits. Please apply only in writing to Economy Gas Co., Box 561, Litchficld, Minnesota. 55355 All inquiries kept in strictest confidence. LP'GA'S" SERVICEMAN Must have experience in service and bulk delivery. Ton salary Plus com missions, Plus profit-sharing plan, and other fringe benefits. Ple.v.o apply only In writing to Economy Gas Go., Box 561, Litchfield, Minnesota. 55355 All inguiries keot in _str_ic.test confidence. MAINTENANCE-ELECTRICAL" Basic working knowledge of elect r I c i I v and electrical control. Trouble shooter for machine repair. APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE IOWA LUTHERAN HOSPITAL 716 PARNELL CAPP HOMES INC. Truck Driver-Helper ill 1 -' V now 1h» city. Driving \nidil true Vs. Veteran* Thrift Slnro, I The A. L Johnson Construction Company wn , .- ^. 8:30 A.M. to I? 10 P M Apply Hclzberg's Mh rtnd Walnui PRESSMAN Part time offset pressman nprdntJ Approximately 30 hours weekly Davr. or evenings. Contact ?77-tW. \\r O'Connpll PRINTERS Permanent floor situation ava-l able on maht-shift. 37 1 ;•. hcur week with full f rinQf tvnHH portjram. Ano'V to Pftrsonnr-l D<»Dt Jnd floor Rpflijlerand; Tribune or call ?8X-8?17. _*P_Efiya.LQPP9dy!?JL!y 5 r T!P l P-y- r ' r '-_ PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR j| ias openings for quali-i Trainee for Liner Supply Plant. Un-I ' J ' I limited opportunity for man witling] to work for ,,dv,ncemont. Apply |n|j je( J COnsfrUct j 0 n labor- 1 F. V; MtANS 8. CO. i i 1100 Grand Ave. ' . . PROGRAMMER lers at tlle " Riverdale ' Must have l yenr exprricr Salary commensurate wllh au... flcations. Oood frinrie brnelits. See Lowell Barkley, lowa Des Moine-, National Bank Computer Center, «th and Walnut. An equal opportunity employer i MAINTENANCE HELPER iOffice bldg. downtown. Afternoon 1-5:30. Mon. Through Frl: Ideal for man on Soc. Sec. Ph. 243-1604 FILMS DEVELOPED 39c Exposure Black and While. ,3_9c; 12 50c; Color reprints 19c ea. DfzAN STUDIOS 913 WALNUT ST DES MOIMES, IOWA 50302 " ••—'.!_ ». '. . . I . . ••. . i I r~r* RAT E =5, I0\ MSUR/i Deaths I ALLYN — Services for David E. Al- lynT age 70, of,,3817 First Street, Des Moines, will be at 1:30 P.M. Tuesday, July 29th at Arnold's Highland Park Funeral Home. Interment Masonic Cemetery. Arnold's Highland Park Funeral_Home AVITT — Services for Mrs. Helen M. Avltt of 3107 southwest Twelfth will be Thursday 10:30 AM at Hamilton's Funeral Home East Sixth and Lyon. Interment Chanton, lowa. BARNES—Services for Mrs. Maxlne L. Barnes of Landsdale, Pennsy - vanla, formerly of Des Moines, wi I be Tuesday 10:30 A.M. at Hamilton's Funeral Home East Sixth and Lyon. Interment Laur«l Hill Ceme- CA'ftTER-Services for Mrs dm. . j. ^j __-— OW auto, cycle or Pire ins. Rates Even if cancelled. Fast S.R. Filinq. ,ADORE RISSIEN ., 3?l East Slh 2B8-1043 274-1794 84 Hr Service . ASH Foft DIAMONDS, OLD GOLD ^|J-?^|p^- LEV ' C 3 H 17.7.t roESCRIPTIONS FILLED AT DIS- ^U^jg^ROBlNSON^E. un- Lvon ? —RDYCE—Private services tor Dr. rank Fordyce of 4514 Beaver Crest Drive will be Tuesday at the convenience of the family at, Dunn's on Grand. Interment Masonic Cemetery. _ Lonnie v: eral Home, East .Sixth and Street Inttrrn'"'' Laurel HII . FORBVcii-PnYatejervlcesio, HARlWS Harms P rvices for Sixteenth _ Sei of 756 Grand." lnferment"Giendale.' will be Wednesday 11" ATMTat Dunn's on ' ' ite have . . iver): 709.4 nsma 680 feet above sea representatives of the group appear before the House Agriculture Committee on Wednesday. The aide said there were re ports that about 75 businessmen from the Midwest also planned to fly in Wednesday, presumably to attend the committee hearings. Draws Gun on Bank President (The Register's Iowa News Service) WATERLOO, IA. — An elderly man was arrested and charged.with carrying a concealed weapon Monday after he allegedly pulled a loaded gun on the president of a Waterloo bank. Robert Mixdorf,- president of the First National Bank, said a man walked up to him in the bank and began talking, then pulled a .38-caliber revolver from a bag. Mixdorf said he waved to a security guard, Bailing Peterson, who disarmed the man and held him until police arrived. Authorities identified the gunman as Plutarc Pecina Sierra, about 60, who said he lives in a Waterloo hotel. Officers said they had been unable to determine Sierra's reason for drawing the gun. Coralville (Iowa .summer pool level e Red' Rock (Des Moines River): 764.04 'eet steady (permanent cool level 725 eel above sea level). _ Issue Warrant on James Meredith NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - A bench warrant was ordered Monday for Negro civil rights activist James H. Meredith, after he failed to appear for sentencing as a negligent landlord. Bronx Criminal Court Judge Bernard O'Connell ordered Meredith's arrest. Asst. Dist. Atty. Sal Alosco said he had failed to appear for sentencing on two prior occasions. Meredith faces a $250 fine and 15 days in jail on each of two counts of failing to provide heat and hot water and make repairs in a six-story apartment building he owns. Meredith bought the building for $248,000 in December, 1967. KING — For information reqardlnq services for Sarah E. BarnettKIng of 4140 Grand Ave. Call 265-1671. Conley Service Colonial Funeral Chapel ____ 14_28_H|5h i St. _____________ MERRILL— P^rivate services for Miss Hollis Ann Merrill, 6405 Center, will be Tuesday 11 a.m. at United FI'SI Methodist Church. Interment Chapel Hili. Memorials to Raymond Blank Memorial Hospital acceptable. Dunn's Service. _ PAULSEN-Services for Soren Paulsen, of 611 Allison will D e 1 PM Wednesday at the Dahlstrom Funeral Home. Interment Highland Memory. _ . ___ SORNSON — For Information recording services for Mrs. Anna M. Sornson, 1107 Twenty-sixth st. Call th» Westovir Fune*' Home LIN COL N T E C H NIC AL N> TIT U T E. 1326 Walnut St., Des AAomes, la. ^^^-^^^vs^-wv^ ""• Men—Jobs of Interest 190 f E~fTAN— Services for Howard tehan of 224» S.W. Ninth will be 9:30 A.M. Wednesday at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, interment Glendale. Rosary s'P.M. Tuesday at strom Funeral Home, for the Dahl- Howard TURNER—Services for Dr. ...... V. Turner of 3800 River Oaks Drive will be Tuesday 1:00 PM at. Dunn's on Grand. Interment Masonic cem- WARREN — Services for George t. Warren of 344 East Lallv will be Wednesday 10:30 AM at Hamilton's Funeral Home, East Sixth and Lyon. Interment Hiahland Memory Gardens Memorials acceptable to the Cancer Society. WIECK-Servlces for Erwin L. Wieck of 3523 University will be 3:00 PM Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church. Interment Reslhaven. Dahlstrom Servlc HEADRIcK dlus N. H Service. NORWAUK _5.erylees to. .'or Mrs. Cor- eadrlck of Norwalk, lowa will be Tuesday 2:00 PM at the Gallaway-McLaren Funeral Home. Interment Lin Grove Cemetery. OFFICIAL: PUBLICATION R_a.nd T-447) NOTICE o TO BIDDERS — BLANKET HOr' PERFORMANC ffii ' Iowa "D.MfliTVenr of Safety Is requesting sealed bids fo employes blanket honesty and faithfu ir?,S?manc e bond complying with sectio Publjc for publi Department ., . --.- Cu.cas Building. Des Mqli will >t Public 22. 1969. received by the Safety until 10:00 nes, lowa. Bid Department o A.M. Augus OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONOFFICIAL PUBLICATION showin! No. 7, has been the cost for ,.'—.— . ac the Director of Public Work Infested Trees, and Schedul XSw^ .'".'.' .....925 18th Slree 1st Lot South of 948 18lh Stree .Lot West of 1053,9th Slree Huflhes * E. y: BP 5 ton v . n ......Y. .""ffi Bffil?5 W. «. D^.Hunsber.wr, (Green) '.....:..... ..821 9th Stree . Hunter) Polk Co. (Houston Polk County . Huhsberger"' (Green) Henry Clay Bueford "'. .ziM'Oifv Clark A. Colby... •... v.:,..^.;,., 247 E. 19th Stree Aetna lnyesiment_ Co. (Tibbetts) :.:... .. .... ..2808 Lyo George Mrs. ' onst. Co. (Leopoioj :• • 'jiJi E Lundvall OT 17 hc« Maine: Alice C Auslli Gram Dale Peter, r,. Dorothy M, ••»•• Carl S. Mil sap John A. Kakildes Mrs. Mac Dosey.... Larry Lee I D. D. Davidson William H. Holmes . James Sterrett (Sears) lowa Food Sales Co Robert J. Tlernan J. W. McCann (Marose) J,. Raymond & V. M. Sickkel Thomas L. Kinney Irma Opal Palmas (C. P. Palmas) Terry L. Gereau Rex D. & F. H. Gipple Thomas H. Dixon H. A. Mertens John E. Hansen. esl °c Glenn Hansen ' ml De , Molnej Gram Stree ^prirT' (Banning) '.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .4033° 7 8th hS Plac ." '.' 3945 4th Strei '.'".' 3813 14th Stree 525 Boy 4040 15th Stree 3844 llth Stree 1409 5th Stree Lot line between 415-421 42nd Stree ..Lot line between 415-421 42nd Stree 915 37th Slree ' .. 637 36th Strei 5203 Dougla 2407 60th Stree 2602 60th Plac Lot line between 3908-3912 Fagen Driv Lo* line between 3908-2912 Fagen Driv 1st Lot North of 1344 E. Uth CPU Constance Arkin'-Eslate Exec. Bankers Trust Co. Cliff .Welling .. 204 S. E. Lall 1st Lot East of 1224 Kenyo and that 'the report of the Director ot Public Works showing cost of said remo.w and schedule ol assessments showing the separate lots and parcels ot ground subie to assessment therefor, and lists or schedules of names of all owners o sue property, so far as known, and the amount to be assessed against the parcels of ground are now on file in the office of the City Clerk of Des Mome lowa, and that within twenty (2ft) days after, the first publication of his none all obieclions lo such assessments or to the prior proceedings on account of error or Irregularities must be made in writing and tiled with said City Clerk, in ord •hat such errors, if any, may be corrected. Unless within said period you appear and make known any such error in assessments, such assessments will be made .in accordance with such schedule; by the City Council and delivered to the County Auditor as provided by law. Date of first publication July 29, 1969. Time for obiections expire August 19, 1969 CITY OF DES MOINES. IOWA. Thomas N. Urban. Mayor, ATTEST: Donald H. Gerdom. Citv Clerk. Published in The Des Moines Register and Tribune, July 29 and August 5. 1«6». FOR dANClLLED." REJECTF' OR SR2?. Immed. SR22 filing EZ terms. Call, write Mike Anania Ins, 407 Court ave., Des Moines, . 743-8666. YELLOW CAB COUPON BOOK. $5, $10 SIZES. 243-1111., 14TH AT 14TH Al t=UUI-1LI tu^-^u, TFPPt=NWoLF —4 Third row tickets to Aua 9th concert. 1506 Main St' Sioux Cily, lowa. Ph. 277-8092. 150 Al ransportatlon. Travel i'R I V E R S Needed. Virginia points U.S.A. 288-4858 _XWV*-''>^ --- - ---- " -- -^^~_-s-- -- *• ---- ~ nstruction ___ ' 80 WANT A RAISE? or full-time position? You can pre- .are for an interesting and profitable losition as a Bookkeeper or Account ant. Train at home in your spare ime. Free placement. Write for Free course outline. Call 244-4221 Approved For Veterans Training American Institute Business nth Grand Dos Moines 50309 size 14 and 1 14'<i SEE our shows, Women's and Children's Bldg., Teen Town, Varied Industries Bldg. VMe Fair, 265-5240 LEARN IBM 360 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 88-0117 508-10th ECPI VA APPROVED Des Moines, lowa 50309 LEARN Auto-Diesel Mecnanics. ACCOUNTANTS GENERAL ACCOUNTANT o prepare and analyze financial re- P ° rtS 'COST ACOUNTANT o study and evaluate costs within the various depar'ments. INTERNAL AUDITOR o examine, analyze and recommend changes in existing operational procedures. strong backnround in accounting required for all the above positions All replies will be Kent confidential. CALL CLYDE PR ER PERSONNEL DIVISION 244-8961 Blue Cross and Blue Shield TH GRAND LIBERTY BUILDING 'nnnrtiinity Employer DELIVERY MAN 8 to 30. Must Know loop bldgs. and streets. Chauffeurs license re guired. Apply at H. W. KING DELIVERY SERVICE 1320 Grand DISTRICT MANAGER OPENINGS Perry, Jefferson, Guthrie Center Area We have a current opening for a Qualified vigorous man who desires to establish himself with a well managed, long established firm. The work consist* principally of sale 1 management of newspaper carrlei salesmen in the general are; above. Prefer man with some col Icqi or man with successful person al contact or sales background Goor: car needed. Very fine starting earnings, Plus lib er<-| bonus plan, plus expenses P.cnefits include aroup life Insur ?nr.e, free hospitalization, paid va ration plus excellent retiremen If vou are seeking opportunity to arow with one of Iowa's most 89 aressive companies, write J. t Dwver, Register and Tribune, De Meines, lowa, 50304, giving full in formation about yourself. Equal Opportunity Employer ' DlNING ROOM HOST | One who has the experience and knowledge of supervising a large volume restaurant. Must furnish references. Salarylopen BABE'S " 417-6TH Manager Trainee i Permanent position with one ol the I a r g e's i growing discount snoe' chains. Hospitalization and retirement plan, vacation benefits. Starting salary over $100 per week. Potential for right man $10,000 per year Apply to Mr. Whltson at K-Mart East shoe Department, Hubbell_Aye. WAN FOR BODY SHOP. Iowa's largest Buick awler. Call or write Mr. Millard Jackson, Jnck Kaldem Buick, 1401 Grand, DCS Moines 50308. Phone 2B3-2S6I (area 515). project. PRODUCTION ENGINEER Machining and metal fabricating plant In Northwest lowa with 25 to 35 employees requires man with scheduling, time study, method-,, •nd toolinq ability. Roply in Confidence to X-i<0 Register and Trio une. Applicants should report; ready to work at the 1 site _. TRAINfiE: lor real sharp notch co. FRE Grev 284-6950 Snelllna & Snelling. _ _ Great opportunity erson with a top S7200 Call Bill MECHANIC For night work at SkcllV Truck Slop 5 day week. Many benefits. Contact Dick r U.S.A. Interstate 80 and Douolas Inters MECHANIC specializing in automatic transmissions wanted, for Ford-Lin coin-Mercury dealership. Excellent J conditions In <' -50 commission working conditions. In clean, busy shoo. 50-50 commission, $1.00 Hal rate. Family man preferred, mus furnish references. Permanent, i days per week. University town, o 25,oo:. Heart of excellent fishing and hunting. Contact Harry Small Service Manager, Laramle Motors Inc., 502 So. 3rd, Laramie, Wyom ing 82070. : MECHANICS Needed at once. Two Cummins dlcse experience. Top wages, retirement plan, paid vacations and holidays. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALE'S AND SERVICE SPENCER, IOWA MECHANICS PRODUCTION PLANNER Responsible for planning,jpor cheduling, machine loading before 8 1 Wednesday, July ;30th, 1969. :a.m. additional informa- DOZER OPERATORS MOTOR GRADER OPERATORS Phone 515-832-3145 for Russ Kisllng, or 712555-8866 Van Buskirk Construction SIOUX CITY, IOWA An Equal Opportunity Employer (2) Experienced. One for tractors, one for cars. Good workino conditions, all new equipment. Group insurance available. L&HINC. i DOWS, IA. PHONE 852-4141 R | : OB 654-2261 WILLIAMS and inventory control of raw materials and all metal fab icated component parts produced by a captive shop equipped with screw machines, punch presses, and 4-slide machines. ' This position is with the Ames, Iowa facility of Bourns Inc. international manufacturer * of precision electronic components. Outstanding fringe benefits, including an annual cash and deferred profit sharing plan. Call, write or visit our INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPT. BOURNS, INC. 300 AIRPORT RD. AMES, IOWA 515-232-3700 tion, phone 319-355-4761 or 319-355-4762 or An Equal Opportunity Employer MECHANIC: Good spot to develop professionally. Ideal facilities, suburban. FREE $8000 Call Ted BroWn 284.6950 Snelling 8. Snelling. DRAFTSMEN DRAFTSMEN TRAINEES AND CHECKERS Large pre-cut home Industry offers good salary with many company benefits. Prefer men with some drafting or house construction experience. Immediate full-time employment. All applications held confidential. Apply to Terry Stover, CAPP HOMES, INC. 4721 E. 14th St. _ Pes^Mpines "DRIVER-TOW TRUCK Mature, married D r ' Moines man. High school graduate, sonic general service work. ' -adv employment. Must have good character reference. 'Owen Crist Auto Body, Inc. 721 Keo ?44-?171 Marketing Research M A » N T CON- 319-391-1931 All other craftsmen cur- ! rently employed by usi are hereby notified to; report for work at the; !above dating time. i Responsible for developing risk management educational materials and programs relating to financial institutions. Position will regulr* substantial degree of originality, creativity and imagination involvinq highly technical and specialized subiect matter. University degree plus related experience reguired. Limited travel, on international basis. Relocation to Madison, Wisconsin pcnse P.O. I i required (at employer's ex I. CUNA International, Inc., IPX 431, Madison, WIs. 53701. ACCOUNTANT Decent college graduate wilh BS degree with malor in accounting performing general and cost accounting functions. Liberal fringe benefits. Write or apply to Personnel Office, Board of Water Commissioners, 144 West Colfax, Denver, Colorado J0202. ACCOUNTANT AND OFFICE MANAGE.R iood opportunity for young man with accounting training and experience. Quad Cities area. Good star ing salary and liberal fringe benefit-,. Apply Box P-lll Register and Tribune. 5~C.R. Car Rental wants reservation agent to work with public at Des Moines Airport. Call Mr. Banks for appointment at 2B5-3604 ASSISTANT MANAGER EXPERIENCED ' or 40 year old finance and loan company. Salary to S600 monthly depending on e erience Rapid ad vancement 'o higher responsibility is assured. This vacancy was caused by a promotion. Contact Mr PLAN FINANCE 244-3222 ASSISTANT MANAGER Man who c»n quickly develop into an assistant manager with our com panv. Must be 21 or over. No ex perlence necessary. Good salary and employee benefits. POSTAL THRIFT LOANS 805 Locust _ Des Moir.e; ATTENDANT time. Ex Service station. Part perlenced. Salary open. DOUGLAS STANDARD _ 64TH AND DOUGLAS ATTENDANT, need experience! top wages. Schaller Standar nd. ___ _ Pelmone'rDX Service 28th and Grand. _ ATTENDANT, nights. ~~ . 3916 Fleur Dr. DRY CLEANING Package Plant Manager xperienced preferred. High salary plus commissions on Volume. Established Des Moines area planl doing good Volume now with good help, write O-181 Register and Tribune. ELECTRICIANS WANTED 244-8907 ROUTE SALESMEN ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS Your background in basic or advanced electronics thcor" and practice may qualify you to become an instructor In an electronics technician school. This is a regional facility of on" of the nation's laroest electronics technician schools. Full time employment with liberal salary and many fringe benefits. Call 515-274-1570 between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. weekdays for appointment search. Will initiate new projects, direct current research, perform original design and writing functions, write final reports, make presentations, co-ordinate wllh sales and promotion personnel. Also will assist in formulation and Implementation of product, media audience and brand usage studies. Some Public opinion, election forecasting and political survey work. ' Undergraduate degree REQUIRED in marketing, business adminis- (ration, iournalism or associated area wilh courses specifically related to this field such as market research, statistics, marketing, and advertising, txperlence in marketing research, sales analysis, or closely allied work desirable, but not essential. Strong interest and aptitude for research, high intelligence, and intellectual curiosity, of course, are critical requirements. Professional achievement and recog nition with one of the best known research departments in the in dustrv are two of the many com pensations intrinsic to the position. Contact: Glenn H. Roberts Director ol Research Des Moines Register and Tribune 284-8261 '15 Locust Oes Moines, lowa 50304 An equal opportunity employer SECURITY GUARDS Full time Free uniforms and fringe benelits. Have clear record, Phone, and car, local assignments. Apply 508 Equitable Bldq. PINKERTON'S, INC. An Equal Opportunity Employer We are an equal opportunity employer. Semi Drivers Over 23 vrs. old needed to work full or part time ip start immed. Hourly r^tc plus milcdqc incentive com- pnny p«Tn insurance and oension pUn. Schwer-nan Trucking Co., 5201 S.W. Park. Eouaj Opportunity^Employer SEMI DRIVER ICC qualifications; Brick and tile hauling, lowa and surrounding SEWER PIPE LAYER Experienced. Ph. 362-6725, Cedar Rapids, la NEED a newer, bigger place lo live? See Classification 700. LOOKING : For something TRULY Interesting ; No rapidly-expanding firm can ex.! pana rapidly without a gualifiea' team of ''ground floor" «xpert',.j people who v/ork with ollice cJ<-- siqns, inter' • remodeling and rear estate leasing. We. at DIAL, "° r,ipidlv expand.nq; (all ovjr Ihe U.S.). More im-l portantly Ito you!), we no.v have! *n opomnn on our real esMIe tCifm | Can vou gualify? You can if you' are . nioh -chool qrariuatc (with; good grades and a year or so of I drafting) and know a little about such things as ?x4s, dry wall am Panelling. Good salary. Good every ' thing else. Call Personnel Dept. Dial Finance Co. 207-9th 243-2131 Des Moines, lowa An equal opportunity employ?r NIGHT CLERK Travelodge Motel 2021 Grand OPERATING ENGINEER O.E. wilh Ist-class license. Will consider 2nd-class license if willing to work toward Ist-class. APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE IOWA LUTHERAN OFFICE 716 PARNfeLL ELECTRONICS Technician to Service Two-Way Radios, FCC Systems Co., Dubuque, lowa. Telephone 562-4858. ENGINEERING DRAFTSMAN For position with growing consulting engineering firm. Must be experienced In civil engineering. Excellent fringe benefits and working conditions. VEENSTRA & KIAAM Engineers and Planners 924 4th St. Phoi Wi. . me 277-6161 'est Dej Moines BAKER Exp. or Man willing to learn to be a SM?TTY'S DONUTS 191" and Keo An equal opportunity emolover OPTICIAN Experienced all around shop man Excellent salary and working conditions. Phone collect 319-563-3581. Klauer Optical Co. BOX 629. DUBUQUE, IOWA "PAINTER IST CLASS Or comb, painter body man. 288-0969. BLOCHER BODY SERVICE 1240 Second Ave. Ave. LOOPING for a good refrigerator? CLAIMS ADJUSTOR The firm we represent is a leading Des Moines based Casually Insurance Company. They need an experienced resident claims man for a Northeast lowa tern• ory—could ba*e in either the Mason Citv or Dubuque area. Y"u will work with multi-line ojnvnyors, wilh limited travel. Good salary, benefits, and growth potential. Relociiion expenses paid. Car and expenses provided. Contact us in confidence rnd without obligation. No fees to applicants. |MCOI»OIATI> Ml Int. Inch. lid*. 143-74*7 REGISTER NOW FALL QUARTER STARTS SEPT. 29th Write or phone for free catalog CoIItgt of 1001 Grand Des Moines, 243-W6 lowa ENGINEER 3 take complete charge ot produc-' tion. Employing 50 people. Building I factory built houses in a modern: factory located at Boone, Iowa- Contact SANOLER-BILT HOMES 5390_2nd Avenue_ Des Moines, lowa FARMHAND - Married, experienced in cattle feeding and general farming. Must be dependable with references. 7 room modern house, top wages and extras. Laverne Shafer, C leghorn, lowa. Ph. 436-3443. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I ' TRAINING ADMINISTRATOR IMMEDIATE NEED EASTERN IOWA ALL FEE PAID PLANT MGR — Deg. prof. E*p «u Jfeas heavy equipment production.' II7-S20.000. MAINTENANCE SUPT. --SuperviseI foremen, ass't foremen and main! I men. Must have mam't ability. $12- SI5,000. UPHOLSTERY SUP'R - Sup'v cxp in this line. S10-S1I.OOO. TOOL-DIE ENG'R -- ToKsl tooling application in sheet metal and material handling. $9-411,000. COST ACCT —Experienced or trainee 18.500. 'OOL-DIE MAKERS ••- S4 00 Pr hr Resumes Needed. Acme Employment Service 305 Kresge Bldq. 244 9IS6 $35-$50 WEEK ADULT PAPER ROUTES Thes« route In vicinity of East Uth M EasI abli delivery; "ouse'to house~p'lu~s"eoilec and Unlverilty and . E a jton, available Conilstir ast Uth and immediately morn., eve., and Sun tlons. Mon. del. by 6 AM; eve. 5:15 P.M., Sun titt A.M.; Sat. eve. by 3 p.m. Adults and Mature high school student who are ambitious call David Housh 214-8306. An equal opportunity employer ALSCO ALUMINUMTTtJC. a national manufacturer of aluminum building products has an opening locally for an agresslve young man that would like a future in office management. Guaranteed salary, group insurance; and paid vacation. This is an ex-| cellenl opportunity lor the right; man. For apnoin'ment c.MI 3*.f,-MO f , , FOOD PREPARATION SUPERVISOR Larqe air conditioned mam kitchen with 50 employees. Prefer institutional management background and experience. 40 hour week and benefits. APPLY PERSONNEL DEPT. IOWA METHODIST HOSPITAL DES MOINES, IOWA An exciting and challenging new position in the training department of the Gulf Insurance Company. Requires 3 to 5 years property and casualty claims background and preferably tome training experience. It involves the development and administration of claims framing programs and participation in other technical and management training. Excellent salary and benefit program with unlimited advancement potential. Call (214) 526-5281 or jend resume to: Personnel Department GULF INSURANCE CO. 3015 Cedar Springs, Dallas, Tetat 75201 \\ C.D.P.C. NEEDS EDP- J] operations supervisor IiH-120 f'JU'r-ment. OjtMdia>ng OPK-- •i tunity for the right man. Phone 2-M I' 4176 Mr Mendenhall. GO GET 'EM WITH A c A M E R FROM THE WANT ADS TODAY • •••••••••MMIIIMf ••••••••••••••••••• i LUMBER • Office man ana estimator. Ex • pcriencc preferred but will tra;n. • Apply m person Consumer Lumber; • Ce J .'-»1.77 Hickman Rd. I B EIHICAL DRUG A largp co. needs! • 1 salesmiiaed 'person to De'aM Dr ! 5 accts. (3r S8000 FREE call Berl SI Gale 281-69SO Snelling 8. Snellino ? 5) INTERESTtD r ^ makiiq J4 p^rj • hour? Call Bill. Sales work. 277-8108 •, 'FOR as Tittle as Jl, you can advertise I almost anytning tor sale. Call, JUNE BELL. 294-8141, Want Adj : Continued on Neit Page I SEE "545" FOR THE BEST BUY IN TOWN l

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