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• “Candid Camera” actually emerged from another “reality show” from another medium, a 1947 radio version with the same concept called “Candid Microphone.” • “Candid Camera” was followed after each broadcast by another pioneer of reality TV, the Ted Mack talent search show, “Original Amateur Hour.” Ted Mack’s show televised amateurs competing before a live audience, who chose the winner. It was the first example of public voting determining the outcome of a TV show, predating “Idol” by decades. • The longest running reality show in the United States is “Cops,” which has been gracing our sets since 1989. • MTV likes to tout its series “The Real World” (a success since the early ‘90s and still going strong) as the father of what most think of as modern reality TV, but that distinction probably goes to PBS’ “An American Family.” The 1973 series followed a family as they went through a divorce. • “An American Life” was so influential that it inspired a well-reviewed cinematic satire by comedian and filmmaker, Albert Brooks. 1979’s “Real Life” follows a filmmaker (played by Brooks) who is so inspired by the success of the PBS series that he tries to replicate it with a different family, with unexpectedly dire results. • The incidence of reality programming on TV today is higher than it has ever been. One in four programs in primetime is reality based. In addition to its popularity with audiences, the genre is popular with TV executives for its cost-saving benefits. The average reality show costs about $500,000 per episode, compared to $2 million for a sitcom.

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● On July 31, 1715, a hurricane strikes the east coast of Florida, sinking 10 Spanish treasure ships carrying tons of gold and silver coins and killing nearly 1,000 people. About 80 percent of the treasures was recovered within a year, but the rest remained lost until the 1960s. ● On Aug. 5, 1858, the first telegraph line across the Atlantic Ocean is completed. Four British and American vessels met in midocean and successfully laid 2,000 miles of cable, often at a depth of more than 2 miles. ● On Aug. 2, 1876, “Wild Bill” Hickok, one of the greatest gunfighters of the American West, is murdered in Deadwood, S.D. Hickok was playing cards with his back to the saloon door when a young gunslinger named Jack McCall walked into the saloon, approached Hickok from behind, and shot him in the back of the head. ● On July 30, 1976, American Bruce Jenner wins gold in the decathlon at the Montreal Olympics and sets a world record in the event. After his win, Jenner was voted the 1976 AP Male Athlete of the Year. The 1976 Olympics was his last decathlon. ● On Aug. 1, 1981, MTV, the Music Television network, makes its maiden broadcast with the words, “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll.” The roughly 80 different videos that made up that first week’s rotation on MTV probably represented nearly every promotional music video then available. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

A cornerstone of World War II, the USS Arizona Memorial sees more than a million visitors every year come from around the world to pay reverence to the battle of Pearl Harbor. • Located around two miles west of the Honolulu Airport, the USS Arizona Memorial is on the island of Oahu. • Managed by the National Park Service, the USS Arizona Memorial consists of the actual memorial along with a shore-side visitor center. • During the battle of Pearl Harbor, around 1,777 crewman lost their lives on the USS Arizona, and it is the burial ground of almost all of them. • Of all the ships on Battleship Row affected by the attack, the USS Arizona was the most heavily damaged with four direct hits. A total of 12 ships were sunk and nine damaged during the battle. • Construction of the USS Arizona began in 1914 in New York; the ship was originally called battleship number 39. On the morning of December 7, 1941, Arizona’s first hit came at approximately 8:10 a.m. • The Memorial is part of the WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument, which also includes the USS Oklahoma Memorial, USS Utah Memorial and other historic quays and bungalows. • The Memorial is accessible only by boat, and The Memorial Tour is about 75 minutes long. Tickets are free. They do, however, go rather quickly and usually run out by 12 p.m. on most days. • With the recent revitalization of the Visitor Center, the total area of the Memorial is about 17 acres. The Memorial site itself is 184 feet long. • The Memorial consists of three sectors: the entryway, general area (designed for observation) and the shrine room, which houses a marble wall engraved with the names of all those who lost their lives. • Construction of the Memorial began in 1949, was completed in 1961, and it was dedicated in May 1962. • Alfred Preis was the Memorial’s architect. He says of the Memorial’s design, “The overall effect is one of serenity. Overtones of sadness have been omitted to permit the individual to contemplate his own personal responses... his innermost feelings.” • Visitors frequently drop flowers into the water in honor of those who lost their lives. • A photograph taken of the USS Arizona in the aftermath of the attack was plastered across the front pages of newspapers and soon became the image that most Americans associated with Pearl Harbor. • Although it’s been more than 70 years since the fall of the battleship, oil still leaks from ruptured bunkers. • The Memorial and Pearl Harbor are two of the top tourist destinations in Hawaii. • The Visitor Center is open every day from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is only closed three days a year — Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. • Although security has been heightened since the September 11, 2001, attacks, personal cameras are still allowed, but purses, personal bags, backpacks, etc. are prohibited. Baggage storage is available.

July 31st, 2012

December 22– January 19

June 22– July 22 Overboard is a good word to describe your actions these days, Cancer. You work hard and you play hard, and it begins to take a toll on your body..

January 20– February 18 A break in the action gets the home fires burning. Time for a date night, Aquarius. Small favors are returned in a big way. Enjoy! An order is placed.

July 23– August 22

Memories come flooding back at the sight of an old face. Invite them over for a visit. You’ll share some laughs and learn some interesting tidbits, Capricorn.

The time is right, Leo. Go ahead and pitch your idea. Not only will it be heard, but it will be heard by all the right people. A letter piques your curiosity.

August 23– September 22

February 19– March 20 A decision is made, and it takes you back for a second. Yes, Pisces, the rules have finally relaxed, giving you more leeway. Take advantage of it.

Connections are fostered at a special event and relationships grow deeper. Debate at work beings about resolution, and you have an acquaintance to thank, Virgo.

March 21– April 19 Pleas for help do not fall upon deaf ears, and you gather a small army to get the ball rolling on a project. Assignments are completed with ease with an innovation, Aries.

September 23– October 22 Change is in the air, Libra. Go with it, and you will benefit in more ways than one. A business associate makes you an offer you can’t refuse.

April 20– May 20 A special occasion draws near. Get a jump on it, Taurus. Gifts make for a fun weekend for one and all. Travel is on the agenda, and money will not be an issue.

October 23– November 21 Challenges confront you from every side, but this is your week to shine, Scorpio. You know just what to say and do to solve one problem after another.

May 21– June 21 You like to live lean, but that could turn out to be a source of conflict if you aren’t careful, Gemini. Treat a loved one and their stuff with respect..

November 22– December 21 Stand back, Sagittarius. A whirlwind comes to town and puts everyone to task. Don’t question—just do— and you will reap the rewards.


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Forklift $10.50 an hour

1st shift, Loading trucks Intent to hire

CAREGIVER GODS LOVING HOME CARE LLC Provides caregiving Services for Seniors and people with disabilities. CALL US 319-539-6392 MEDICAL & HEALTH

EAGLE HOME CONSTRUCTION New Home Construction & Remodeling Basements, Kitchens, Baths, Sunrooms, Etc. Locally owned for over 14 years Licensed & Insured

Lease available near Coralville and I-80 1 1/2 Acre gravel parking lot. Partially fenced and lighted. Will divide. 319-936-0221

2nd shift Must be very detail oriented Intent to hire

DIVORCE $99.00 Covers Children, Custody, Property & Debts. Uncontested. Satisfaction Guaranteed! Unlimited Customer Support. Call 24/hrs. Free Information! 1-800-250-8142.

Janitorial $10.00 an hour

Box Spring Assembly $10.00 an hour 1st shift Using air tools Must have driver license Intent to hire

Inspector/ Machine Operator $9.00 first shift $9.50 third shift 4 – 10 hour shifts Mandatory overtime Intent to hire

Forklift/Casepick $13.00 an hour

6 positions left, 2nd shift Operate a forklift Build pallets of product Casepicking, Intent to hire

Production $9.00 and $9.25 an hr 1st,2nd and 3rd shift Overtime possible Intent to hire Pay increases to $11.50 or more if hired on

Manual Labor $11.00 an hour

1st, 2nd and 3rd shift Temporary assignment

Screen Technician $9.50 an hour 3rd shift 4-10 hour shifts Mandatory overtime Intent to hire

Administrative Assistant $10.00 an hour 1st shift Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Excellent phone etiquette Excellent organization skills Intent to hire

Must be able to pass a background and drug screen

Advance Services, Inc. 4330 Czech Lane NE #7 Cedar Rapids, 319-393-1200 EOE

HERBALIFE Independent Distributor, Dan Butterfield. 319-533-5059 Call for product or opportunity.

14-day Slim Down Weight Loss Challenge. Cash prizes paid out in each challenge! Call Julie at 319-551-9607 or visit Personal Wellness Coaches Needed. Training provided, no experience necessary. Unlimited Earning Potential. Up to $100k First Year. 364-5555 MASSAGE THERAPY


SAVE YOUR MONEY with the same treatment and results. My prices are economical and reasonable. Clients of any age, including pregnancy are welcome. To schedule your massage, call Alison, Licensed Massage Therapist at 390-7820. Cash or checks only. Gift certificates available. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Residential Power washing. Dirty/moldy House siding, Decks, Privacy Fence, Etc. No chemicals used. Cleaning of roof gutters also available. Free Estimates Jim Hollett 319-821-1291 RETAIL SALES

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Sophistication Located at: Freda’s Beauty Rama 1028 12th Ave SE Cedar Rapids 319-366-6971. Designer Purses & Accessories & more. . Open Tues- Sat until 6pm “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”



A CARING COUPLE hopes to share their hearts and home with a child. We would provide a secure future, lots of love, and much happiness! Please consider us if you`re thinking about adoption. Call Michelle and Steve 1-800-587-3224 FINANCING Ever Consider a Reverse Mortgage? At least 62 years old? Stay in your home & increase cash flow! Safe & Effective! Call Now for your FREE DVD! 877-477-3884

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Wascomat W-73. Many great parts including the motor and wiring! Call 319-360-3936 THE OCEAN Corp. 10840 Rockley Road, Houston, Texas 77099. Train for a New Career. *Underwater Welder. Commercial Diver. *NDT/Weld Inspector. Job Placement Assistance. Financial Aid available for those who qualify. 1-800-321-0298.

WANTS TO purchase minerals and other oil & gas interests. Send details P.O. Box 13557, Denver, Co 80201 DIVORCE $99.00 Covers Children, Custody, Property & Debts. Uncontested. Satisfaction Guaranteed! Unlimited Customer Support. Call 24/hrs. Free Information! 1-800-250-8142.

2008 Hustler 0 turn 48” mower, 18 HP honda motor, $4,200/obo 319-365-5109 TELEVISION / PHONE DISH Network. Starting at $19.99/ month PLUS 30 Premium Movie Channels FREE for 3 Months! SAVE! & Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL - 888-475-4927 Call 319-573-6636 HOME REPAIR

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FOR SALE Swivel 2 seater table that was in the downtown McDonalds. This was removed long before the flood. $50.00 319-360-3938

80” x 46” Utility Trailer with 30” sides 14” tires.

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appointment! No Answer? Please leave message. (319) 846-2896

J.B. Painting, Inc.

Residential and Light Commercial Painting Great References Free Estimates Call Jeff at 319-329-6747 D. R. Hall

Exterior Painting Decks, Barns, Siding, Doors, Windows 30 Years of Experience References available


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AD#025 NE brick one bedroom, awesome location, perfect for first time renter, newer carpet, air, keyed and laundry. Starting at $235 Kelley Property Mgmt. 319-365-3156 AD#201 1 & 2 bedroom very spacious, sw wooded area close to I-380 & Kirkwood, two bath, newer carpet, central air, large walk in closet, keyed entrance, dishwasher and garage available. Starting at $365 Kelley Property Mgmt. 319-365-3156

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AD#053 1 & 2 bedrooms, wooded area, close to I-380, laundry, eat in kitchen, air, newer carpet and extra storage. Starting at $295 AD#078 SW location close to Kirkwood and I-380, newer carpet, dishwasher, keyed entrance, air, laundry, garages available .Starting at $315 Kelley Property Mgmt. 319-365-3156

Contractors, this is a great place to list your service.

360-3936 MOTORCYCLES / 4x4 WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI: Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, Z1R, Kawasaki Triples, GT380, GS400, CB750, (1969-75) Cash-Paid, Nationwide-Pickup, 1-800-7721142, 1-310-721-0726. usa@ 2011 35FT 5 wheel 3 slides. A/C, washer/dryer, awning. More extras $27,750 obo local 812-610-5602


AD#024 Clean and cozy NE side one bedroom, keyed entrance, easy access to I-380, close to park, central air, extra storage, and laundry. Starting at $355 Kelley Property Mgmt. 319-365-3156

Located at 6610 College Park Ct. SW


Cedar Rapids-close to I380! *All Utilities included* Free Internet & Cable! Security Deposit only $87.50! Www.Collegeparkapt.Com

DUPLEX FOR RENT Ad #035 2 bedroom duplex, new carpet, security system, attached garage, park-like area and central air. Starting at $485. Kelley Property Mgmt. 365-3156 Space available, over 42,000 local readers every week!


Kirkwood Estates

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$3,000 cash Contact Cheryl at:


Community Building Outside Swimming Pool Storm Shelter Garages Playground Basketball Court Baseball Field Gated RV/Boat Storage Security Staff 24 hours

615 Miller Ave. Dr. SW



REDUCED PRICE 1998 Commodore 16x80 mobile home for sale or lease to own with option to purchase. 3 bedroom 2 full baths includes appliances. Other Mobile Homes Available. Ask how to receive FREE LOT RENT with purchase. Space available for new homes with cash back move-in bonuses and GREAT LOT RENT SPECIALS. Contact Tower Terrace business office at 319-393-1312 to set up appointment and pick up your application to be approved. Home must remain in the park. 4032 Bobolink Lane


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