Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 18, 1976 · Page 11
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Officials Pleased With Iowa's Refugee Programs By Norwin Merens (Iowa Daily Press Association) DES MOINES — Federal officials are very pleased with Iowa's programs for Southeast Asian refugees. Jerry Nell, assistant coordinator of the state's refugee program, made that observation after a delegation from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare visited Iowa earlier this month to assess the state's program. More than 2,700 refugees have settled in the state since South Vietnam fell to the communists last spring. Of this total, 2,000 are Vietnamese, 600 are Tai Dams (Laotians) and 100 are Cambodians. "The officials who came to Iowa as part of the HEW Refugee Task Force were very impressed with how quickly the refugees have adjusted to life here/' Nell said. Coleen Shearer, director of Governor Robert Ray's Task Force on Indo-Chinese resettlement, said she is also very pleased with the reception the refugees have received in Iowa. "The resettlement in Iowa is the greatest bicentennial story the equivalent to aid to of all," asserted Shearer,' a dependent children. That's up Time« Herald, Carroll, la. * * 171 people over the December Thunday, March 18, 1976 Chevrolet Up Truck bligotton! Juit CflV—**•>» Vertkal /¥ 3V 2 HP / / Tiller 169" Vertical type tiller has standard gears, rewind start engine, automatic choke, 13 in. tines. 44-0301. 8 HP 36 Inch Riding Mower Power Reverse 5 HP Tiller 209" New redeisgried cost has grill with wrap around fenders, full floating rear discharge. 44-1854. • 44-1858, 10 HP 42" Mowor 799.99 Recoil start engine has throttle stop and drive on consoTe type handle, adjustable depth stick. 44-0334. Chain Drive 5 HP Tiller 229" f HP 32 Inch Bettrk Start Riding Mower 4 cycle engine with power reverse, auto, shut-off. 44-0336. • 44-0317, Furrow Op*ntr ..... 5.49 • 44-0322, Til-Row Attachment . . 35.99 • 44-0324, Til-Row Attachment . . 35.99 Electric start mower has headlights, 4 speed gea box, disc brakes, 16" rear pneumatic tires, plush con tour seat. 44-1856. HP 22-Inch Push Mower 99 Recoil start engine with auto, choke, loop handle, height ad- luster. 44-1807. • Grau Catcher - 44-1803.. 13.49 SI 9 16-Inch Power Saw Automatic oiling saw has low-tone muffler, cushioned hand grips, full 2 yr. warranty. 44-6608. • S14 17" Saw 219.95 ProfmsionaNy Grown Qualit Eaty Action Adjustable Wrenches Save On Excel Garden Seeds Unitrex Calculator Rose Bushes 10" 39-1354 *9.4.S9 12" 39-1355 lteg.5.99 Both drop forged alloy steel with hardened jaws and thin profile. 19.95 An 8 digit display shows you the answer to many moth functions. A.C. adapter available. 60-7025. tag. 12- Bo Get that Spring garden planted now and save! 6«-3839,41. Healthy and vigorous! Machine packaged to prevent damage. No. 2 grade. Big Yank Denim Or Chamois Jackets And Jeans Jackets S-M-l-Xl Your Choice All Cotton Chambray Shirts Top quality all cotton chambray shirts, fu cut, with flap pockets and long sleeves. In sizes 14 thru 17. 632706 to 2711. 9 99 Mgular 11.99 Slip on a western cut jacket of faded brushed cotton and polyestet chamois or blue pre- washed cotton denim. 63-9107. Your Choice flannel Lined Coaches Coat T99 m Regular 9.99 Faded tan polyester and cotton chamois or faded blue cotton denim. Bartacked. 63-9105,6. Every Day UwrVk« Poplin or all nylon jacket with raglan sleeves and a draw string bottom. S-M-L-XL. 63-4001, 07. STORE HOURS 8-6 Mon.-Thurv; 8-9 Fri.; 8-5 Sat.; 12-5 Sun. West on Hwy. 30 - 792-3185 commissioner on the Iowa employment security commission. "We have had a great deal of interest in the programs. In fact, many sponsors, including church groups, have expressed an interest in sponsoring more refugees." She alluded to the Tai Dam refugees. "When they (the Tai Dam) began arriving here last fall from Camp Pendleton, Calif., and Fort Chaffe, Ark., sponsors were responsible for finding housing and jobs for them. Now, many of the sponsors have assumed the responsibilities of setting up checking accounts for the refugees and getting them involved in their communities," Shearer said: Astrology 11 At present, many of the refugees are employed as custodians, auto mechanics, chicken processing plant employees and a number have filled food service positions in restaurants. Shearer said the biggest problem for most refugees is the language barrier, "but this should disappear in time." -0- The number of people from Indo-China now living in Iowa who are receiving federal assistance is still on the up-swing. State officials report that in February 620 persons were receiving federal aid, which is figure. Besides receiving a cash assistance, all 620 are eligible for medical assistance. In addition, 215 persons were eligible in February for medical aid only. These figures are a little misleading though, according to officials in the state department of social services, because some of the people who applied for medical assistance only did so as a precautionary peasure and were not actually receiving any aid. The entire cost of the program is borne by the federal government through the Humanitarian and Evacuation Act of 1975. The program runs out this year unless renewed by Congress. Legal Notices ARIES (March 21-April 19) This could be a profitable day if you're not looking for something to be handed to you on a platter. Rewards must be earned. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Be cooperative today toward one who has been helpful to you. though it may cause you some slight inconvenience. GEMINI (May 21-June 201 You may have to tactfully remind your boss today of something you're entitled to so that it isn't overlooked. CANCER (June 21-July 22) It's best not to leave something important today solely in the hands of another. Personal action is your only sure bet. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) The results will be worth the extra effort you'll have to spend on projects you'll be involved in today. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22| Regarding a serious matter that's been on your mind, there are positive alternatives available if you'll look for them. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23| Material prospects are still rather favorable today, but don't expect a harvest in excess of the seeds you've sown. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) In conversations today, try not to press your points in a heavy-handed manner. A light, witty touch is called for. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Even though you won't relish the task, don't let those indebted to you go too long without a gentle reminder. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You shouldn't have too much trouble today selling others on your ideas, especially if you tell it like it is. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) The gains you're likely to. . make today may be small ones, but they could also be quite important. Be reasonable in your expectations. • PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) An opportunity that's not of immediate benefit may be presented to you today. Try to figure how it can be used in the future. YOUR BIRTHDAY March 19,1976 The lure of distant places is likely to be very strong this year. Begin to plan and save now so that an extended trip you've always wanted can become a reality. Student Shot by a Prowler . AMES, Iowa (AP) — Joel Peterson, 18, Story City, was shot in the hip Wednesday by a prowler he surprised in an Iowa State University fraternity house, police said. • Peterson was in satisfactory condition at a hospital. Police said Peterson scuffled with the intruder, who fled with about $250 and pocket calculators taken in two fraternity house robberies. Businessman Given Honor DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Cedar Rapids businessman Roger Welty has been named the "1976 Iowa Small Business Person of the Year." Welty, president of Welty- Way Products, Inc., will represent Iowa in competition for a national award. Welly's firm is a leader in sheet metal automation. NOTICE OF HEARING AND LETTING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND PROPOSED FORM OF CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF LAGOON REPAIRS FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF TEMPLETON, IOWA OF IMPROVEMENTS AND EXTENSIONS THERETO, AND THE TAKING OF BIDS FOR SUCH CONSTRUCTION Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Municipality of Templeton in Carroll County, Iowa, will meet at the City Hall in said Municipality, on the 5th day of April, 1976, at 7:30 o'clock P.M., C.S.T., at which time and place or at such later time and place as the Council may then fix, a hearing will be held and said Council proposes to adopt plans and specifications and form of contract and to receive bids for the construction of lagoon repairs in and for said Municipality or improvements and extensions thereto. The extent of the work involved consists of the construction of earthwork, raising structures and adding rock, together with related subsidiary and incidental work. The kinds and approximate quanities of materials and types of construction for which bids will be received shall be as follows: Remove silt from Northcell lump sum Earthwork 11.923 c.y. Raise Inlet manhole lump sum Raise Outlet manhole lump sum Raise valve box & extend wrench lump sum Remove & replace fence lump sum Rock road & Dikes lump sum Sterilize Floor of North Cell lump sum Seed Area Disturbed lump sum Rip rap for stream bank protection 350 tons Flow Recording Device Proposals received will be acted upon by the Council at the time and place above specified or at such later time and place as may then be fixed. All work materials are to be in strict compliance with plans and specifications prepared by Garden & Associates, Ltd of Oskaloosa, Iowa, which together with the proposed form of contract have heretofore been approved by the Council, and are now on file for public examination in the office of the Clerk, and are by this reference made a part hereof as though fully set out and incorporated herein. All proposals and bids in connection therewith shall be submitted to the Clerk on or before the time herein set for hearing and letting. All proposals shall be made on official proposal forms furnished by the Municipality or the Engineers, and must be enclosed in a separate sealed envelope and plainly identified and addressed to Clerk, Templeton, Iowa. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check in a separate sealed envelope in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total amount of the proposal. If bid bond is submitted, it must be on the form provided with the Contract Documents. The certified check shall be drawn on and certified to by a responsible bank (for sewer projects the certified check must be drawn on and certified to by a responsible bank in Iowa), and payable to the Treasurer of the Municipality as security that if awarded a contract by resolution of said Council, the Bidder will enter into a contract at the prices bid and furnish the required performance and payment bond and certificate of insurance. The certified check may be cashed, or the bid bond forfeited, and the proceeds retained as agreed liquidated damages if the Bidder fails to execute a contract or file an acceptable performance and payment bond or provide a certificate of insurance on form provided in the specifications within ten (10) days after the acceptance of his proposal by resolution of the Council. No bidder may withdraw a proposal within ninety (90) days after the date set for opening bids. At the said hearing the Council will consider the plans and specifications and proposed form of contract for the project, the same now being on file in the office of the Clerk, reference to which is made for a more detailed and complete description of the pr6posed work, and at said time and place the said Council will also receive and consider any objections to said plans, specifications and form of contract or cost of such project made by any interested party. Payment of the cost of said project will be made in cash to be derived from the proceeds of the sale of revenue bonds, which said bonds will be payable solely and only out of the future net earnings of the municipal sewer system and/or from such other cash funds on hand as may be lawfully used for said purpose and /or from the proceeds of a federal and/or state grant or grants as may be obtained. Payment to each Contractor will be made in monthly estimates and one final payment. Monthly estimates will be equivalent to ninety percent (90%) of the contract value of the work completed during the preceeding calendar month. Estimates will be prepared on the first day of each month by the Contractor, subject to the approval of the Engineer, who will certify each approved estimate to the Council for payment on or before the 15th day of the month In question. Such monthly payments shall in no way be construed as an act of acceptance for any part of the work partially or totally completed. Final payment to each Contractor will be made no earlier than thirty-one (31) days from and after the final acceptance of said work by the Council, subject to the conditions and in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 573 of the Code of Iowa. No such partial or final payment will be due until the Contractor has certified that the materials, labor and services Involved in each instance have been paid for in accordance with the requirements stated in the specifications. The work under the contract for each section shall commence on or before the date specified in a written "Notice to Proceed" and shall be fully completed and ready for operation within 120 consecutive calendar days thereafter. By virtue of statutory authority preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa and to Iowa domestic labor to the extent lawfully required under Iowa statutes providing that the award of the contract will be made to the lowest responsible bidder submitting the lowest acceptable bid, which shall be without regard to State or local law whereby preference is given on factors other than the amount of the bid. Contractors may bid on any or all sections. However, the Council will award a separate contract for each section, and no tied bids will be permitted. "Bidder's Propsals," plans and specifications may be obtained from the Engineer. A deposit of 125.00 will be required for the plans and specifications, 110.00 of which will be refunded to those returning them in good condition within twenty (20) days after the date of the bid opening. Each successful Bidder will be required to furnish a performance and payment bond on an approved form in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price, said bond to be issued by a responsible surety approved by the Council, and shall guarantee the faithful performance of the contract and terms and conditions therein contained and shall guarantee the prompt payment of all materials and labor and protect and save harmless the Municipality from claims and damages of any kind caused by the operation of the Contractor, and shall also guarantee the maintenance in good repair of all work and materials for a period of two (2) years for a sanitary sewer project from and after the completion and acceptance of the work by resolution of the Council. Labor Standards Contract Provisions and Federal Wage Determinations are also applicable to work performed under this contract. Said requirements are explained in the specifications. Bidders on this work will be required to comply with Presidential Executive Order No. 11246. Interim financing has been arranged for the treatment facilities contract which is that portion of the financing assistance being obtained from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and any Iowa State grants. Under this arrangement the town can pay the contractor in cash received in anticipation of receipt of said EPA and State grants. Any contract or contracts awarded under this Invitation for Bids are expected to be funded in part by a Hundreds of lowans Lose Their Pensions By The Associated Press Hundreds of Iowa workers are without old age security they thought they had because many Iowa employers have terminated their employe retirement plans. Several employers cite a complicated federal law as the reason for ending the pension. "It's a damn crime," said Ed Paulsen, president of the John G. Miller Construction Co. of Waterloo. "Our employes were shocked when we ended our pension plan. But we feel we can't live with the federal law, and we're not going to put anything in its place." Nationwide, about 5,800 plans have ended since the beginning of 1975, according to figures from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. in Washington, D.C. The Iowa figure is 100. Paulsen noted three provisions of the law most responsible for the termination. Don Hartkopf, president of Allied Engineering Co. in Atlantic, which dropped its pension plan earlier this year, listed the same three. One holds the employer liable for up to 30 per cent of his net worth if the government determines at any time that pension assets aren't sufficient to cover guaranteed benefits. A second provision defines any employe who works more than 1,000 hours a year as a covered employe. This hurts employers who hire seasonal help who previously were not covered in pension plans. The third provision spells out extensive reporting and disclosure requirements. The requirements, which mean hiring accountants and actuaries, increase administration costs for pension plan sponsors. grant from the United States bn- vironmental Protection Agency. Neither the United States nor any of Its departments, agencies or employees is or will be a party to this Invitation for Bids or any resulting contract. The Council hereby reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities and irregularities and to enter into such contracts as it may deem to be for the best interests of the municipality. Published upon order of the Council of Templeton, Iowa. Templeton, Iowa By E. Paul Stecklein Mayor ATTEST: Eugene Meiners Clerk March 18,25,1976 PUBLIC NOTICE The annual report of the Carroll County State Foundation is available, at the address noted below, for inspection during regular business hours, by any citizen who so requests within 180 days after publication of this notice of its availability. Carroll County State Foundation 6th and Adams Street Carroll, Iowa 51401 March 18, 1976 Want Ads Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be In the Times Herald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch $1./0 Additional insertions $1.50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 12c Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20'"ords 10c per word Card of Thanks 3 CARD OF THANKS The family of Frank Eischeid wishes to express our thanks to our neighbors, friends and relatives who remembered us with floral offerings, cards, calls and food during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to Rev. Leo Riesberg, Rev. Darrell Rupiper and Rev. Marvin Boes, the men's choir and ladies' guild and Dr. C. Fangman. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. 3-55-ltp Announcements 6^ "NEW HOPE VILLAGE GENERAL STORE Downtown Carroll on Hwy. 30 Open 1 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily This week's special MEN'S SHIRTS As you do your spring cleaning remember us. WANTED: Spring clothing and all kinds of dishes. Also stores in GLIDDEN, LAKE CITY and MANNING PROCEEDS FOR HANDICAPPED 6-55-llc Urge Steps to Bolster Cattle Prices HAWARDEN, Iowa (AP) — The Hawarden Chamber of Commerce has sent telegrams to members of Iowa's congressional delegation urging a number of steps be taken to shore up sagging cattle prices. B.N. Brown Jr., president of the group, said "the continuously declining cattle markets has reached the disaster level." There should be a ban on beef imports for 180 days, as well as an in depth study of the new U.S. Department of Agriculture beef-grading standards, the telegram said. "While these factors may not be the complete answer to the problems currently facing the cattle industry, we feel that such action will at least stabilize the market and allow feeders an adjustment period," said Brown and Harlan Hummel, chairman of the chamber's agriculture committee. A-1 Farm Machinery At PUBLIC AUCTION LOCATED 1 mile east of Breda, 3 miles north and '/i mile east or 4 miles west of Auburn, 2 miles south and V* mile east, or 3 miles east, 2 miles south and Vi mile east of Carnarvon, on Wednesday, March 24 12:00 Noon Machinery & Equipment 1750 Oliver Tractor, 2250 hrs., wide front end, front fenders, 3 pt. hitch, year-round cab 16.9x38 on Nylon 6 ply Duals 1 set 14.9x38 in. Duals, M.W. (Near New) Koehn Cab to fit Oliver Tractor White 21 ft. Wheel Tandem Disc, 21 in. blades (Near New) I.H.C. Model 63—3 pt. Cultivator, 6—30 in. rows 4-row Oliver Rear Mount Cultivator with rolling shields (Near New) Noble 3 pt. Field Conditioner, 24 ft. (1 year old) Stanhoist Clod Buster, 20 ft. I.H.C. 6—30 in. Bean Planter Large Farmhand Combination Manure Spreader & Silage sides, Heider Running Gear Oats Seeder on Trailer I.H.C. Int. 400 Planter, Herb. Insec. Fertilizer attachments (Planted 100 acres) Chuck Wagon, John Deere 214 on Wessendorf Gear (Includes Top, Like New) 16 ft. Flat Bed on rubber tire gear Auger Wagon Gehl Hi Throw Silage Blower, (Like New) Easy Flo Fertilizer Spreader 28 ft. Trailer Elevator with PTO Case Rotary Hoe, 6 section 5 section Lever Flex Harrow & Car Kelly Ryan Blair Feed Wagon, 5x1 4 All Steel 6x12 Wagon Boxes on Rubber Tire Gears with hoists Chisel Plow Frame, 9ft. John Deere No. 5 Mower New Idea Side Rake, 4 bar 6-row Sprayer with Fiberglass 150 gal. tank Bale Fork for large round bales, rear mount (Near New) Bale Fork (Near New) Onawa 3 pt. Post Hole Digger, 2 augers Post Hole Digger, Electric Jet Wire Winder 3pt. 7ft. Arps Blade Garden Tractor, 5 h.p. (Near New) Universal Space Heater, gas &elec. fan 25 gal. Pickup Gas Tank FEEDS. FEEDING EQUIPMENT Large Pax Bulk Bin, complete, motor and auger 2 Emmert Pig Ceep Feeders Small Pig Feeders Hog Chute with head gate 12x8 Feed Shed 20x20 pull together Hog House Numerous othei log equipment 3 Molasses LICK Tanks 5—16ft. Silage Bunks 2—12ft. Silage Bunks Sheep, Hay, Grain Bunks & Trough 3—16ft. Powder River Gates 3 Steel Sioux Gates, 16 ft.,6 ft., 10 fi Hog and Cattle Panels Pax Model B02 Calf Creep, 4 stall 3 hole Calf Creep MISCELLANEOUS Large Antique Drill Press Acetylene Torch Welder and Equipment Automatic Hack Saw on stand Table Saw; Grease Guns All kinds of Electric Saws and Drills 3 Kinds of Grinders w/elec. motors Compressed Air Greaser Portable Steel Air Tank All Sizes of Bolts, Nuts, Washers, etc. Farm Tools too numerous to mention Several Cylinders with hose Electric Fence Wire & Posts 10 in. Fan with electric motor Used Gas Furnace Drier Bin Floors Battery Charger (Used Twice) Some Antique Pieces 192 square Hay bales 200 Bales of Stalks 426 Bales Straw (All Shedded) Some Lumber Rolls of Barb Wire 1974 Ford % Ton (Camper Special) Pickup 19,000 actual miles, air, radio, Goose Neck hitch, very clean. TERMS CASH-: Or Arrangements made with Clerk. No property lobe removed until settled for. Albrecht & Bielenberg, Auctioneers LOIS RICE,Owner Not Responsible for Accidents. Farmers State Bank, Clerk

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