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Deaths, Funerals) ^'^^ 2 Daily Record CARLG.PISCHEL Carl George Pischel, 81, of 217 E. 12th St., Carroll, died Thursday morning, March 25, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, where he had been a patient since Monday. He was a retired farmer. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll, with the Rev. Earl Loudenback of the Glidden Friends Church officiating. There also will be services at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Christian Church in Jefferson, with the Rev. Mr. Loudenback officiating, assisted by Rev. Carroll Johnston. Interment will be in the Jefferson Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 5 p.m. Friday. There will be a prayer service there Friday at 8 p.m. Mr. Pischel, lifelong Iowa resident, was born at Laurel Feb. 8, 1895, a son of Gunther and Wilhelmina Pischel. His marriage to Retha E. Beals took place at Jefferson April 18, 1917, and they farmed in Marshall, Greene and Carroll SAT. & SUN. MATINEE JhcalreJ •**—^ 3/27-28 CARROLL At 1:15 * lowa't Moil Clinwouf T»bi CcnxoM i CARROLL IOWA " 792 9096 STARTS FRI. 3/27 Thro 4/7 Evei. 7:30-9:30 Sun. 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30 STARTS FRI. 3/27 Thru 31 Ev«i. 7:15-9:15 Sun. 3:15-5:15-7:15-9:15 TELLY SAVALAS PETER FONDA-HUGH O'BRIAW O.J.SIMPSON-MAUD ADAMS 7 DAYS STARTING FRIDAY Mor. 26 Thru April I For the pnce or i movie, youll feel like a million. WALTER MATTHAU •"""""" Neil Simon's APMCHOFAM8VIE. a beauty... don't miss it." -WALTER SPENCER, WOR-TV Shows Al 7:15 « 9:15 P.M. .SUNDAY MATINEE Al 2 P.M.. L mil HUM*! SMmc IH mint evta Theatre JEFFERSON • 386-3176 . STARTS FRI. 3/26-31 Eves. At 7;00* 9:00 » SUSPENSE!!! > The Great Entertainment Adventure of Our Time! Counties before retiring and moving to Carroll. He was affiliated with the Friends Church at Glidden. Surviving with his wife are six children, Mrs. Earl V. (Irene) Possehn of Glidden, Mrs. Dale J.'(Kathryn) Sailer of Quasqueton, Mrs. S. Gail (Marjory) Musgrove of Webster City, the Rev. Jack Pischel of Bethany, Okla., Mrs. Floyd (Ruth) Myer of Marathon and Gene C. Pischel of Neosho, Mo. Mr. Pischel also is survived by 25 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. L.T. Mann of Waterloo and Mrs. James Draper of Des Moines. HARRY W. COOK WALL LAKE — Harry William Cook, 62, of Wall Lake, died unexpectedly while at work here Wednesday, March 24. He was a tiling machine operator. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Trinity United Presbyterian dhurch, Wall Lake, with the Rev. Donald Gibson officiating. Burial will be in the Wall Lake Cemetery, under direction of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Wall Lake. Music will be provided by Susan Gibson, organist, and Glenn Determan, vocal soloist. Pallbearers will be Loren Albright, Claude Tounget, Wilbert Rohde, Melvin Dozark, Norbert Snyder and Vertus Pittman. Mr. Cook, son of Floyd and Caroline Simon Cook, was born at Wall Lake Jan. 29, 1914. He is survived by his wife, Bemice; a son, Wesley of Wall Lake; a daughter, Mrs. Jessie (Lois Jean)Salzar of Omaha, Neb.; and five grandchildren. Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Lawrence, Robert, Roy and Clifford Cook, Mrs. Robert (Florence) Beisch, Mrs. Bernadyne Kelly and Mrs. Bill (Betty) Blum, all of Wall Lake; Richard Cook of Seattle, Wash.; John Cook of McCook Lake, S.D.; Mrs. George (Marian) Jenkins and Mrs. Bill (Blanche) Hawks of Sac City. Sidesteps Burning Ordinance LeMARS, Iowa (AP) — A man who spent three days in jail for violating the city's open burning ordinance has found a way to sidestep the law. Stanley Lubben, 45, says from now on when he needs to burn his garbage, he'll wrap hamburger in foil and put it atop the burning barrel so he will have — technically at least — a barbeque pit. Lubben spent three days in jail because he refused to pay the $10 fine for open burning. "I didn't enjoy my stay in jail, but if I had to do it over again, I'd go," he said. Lubben said he is opposed to the ordinance because in- ( dustries get away with open burning. And besides, his garbage barrel overflows before the weekly Tuesday pickup. "Burning reduces it enough to leave room in the barrel. I need to burn. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.33 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.46 Oats 1.48 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA)— Livestock quotations Thursday: Hogs: 3,200; barrows and gilts fairly active, 25-50lower; 125 head U.S. 1-2, 210-230 Ib 46.60-46.75; U.S. 1-3,190-250 Ib 46.00-46.50; sows 25 lower; 325600 Ib 41.50-41.75, a few 42.00. i Cattle and calves: 400; few loads slaughter steers and heifers moderately active, steady to 25 higher; cows moderately active, firm; choice 975-1,150 Ib steers 34.75-35.75; choice 975-1,000 Ib heifers 34.50; utility and commercial cows 25.00-27.00; canner and cutter 19.00-25.00. Sheep: none. Estimated receipts Friday: Cattle and calves 1,300; hogs 3,000; no sheep. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Thursday 69,000; actual receipts Wednesday 60,000; week ago 56,000; year ago 17,000. Butchers 25-50 lower than midsession Wednesday; trade slow; demand moderate; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 44.50-45.00; plants 45.00-45.50; few at plants 46.00; sows steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 39.50-41.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 500; slaughter lambs steady Wednesday; choice and prime 90-110 Ib shorn mostly No. 1 pelts 54.00-55.00; choice wooled 90110 Ibs 48.00-50.00. Area School Conferences on Friday Grade school students in Carroll and the area will have a "free" day, while their parents will be going to school Friday. All of the grade schools in the Carroll Community School District (exceptSt. Bernard's, Breda,) will have parent-teacher conferences tomorrow. The conferences are scheduled to discuss the student's progress as the third quarter draws to ah end. ' ..v.iKuemper.iiHigh, School, and Carroll High School will not have school, but the teachers will have "in service workdays" on Friday, Gary Tessmer, assistant superintendent of the Carroll Community Schools said. The St. Bernard's Grade and High Schools, Breda, will have school on Friday. The conference day for the grade school was last week and the high school students get their report cards directly, so school will be held, the Rev. Dennis Sefcik said. Schools not open on Friday are the Carroll Community Schools, St. Lawrence School, Holy Spirit School, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, Roselle-Halbur-Templeton Parochial Schools, Dedham-Willey Parochial Schools, and Kuemper High School. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Most farm futures edged upward on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat prices were 1 to 2 cents higher while corn gained about a cent. COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Axman Construction Co., Dedham, Hyster; Sharon K. Gute, Carroll, Pontiac: Doris A. Wilson, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Daru F. or Eileen M. Ross, Carroll, Harley Davidson; Lavern or Germaine G. Dominise, 'Carroll, Pontiac. Real Estate Transfers- Richard M. and Aletha J. Throckmqrton to Robert L. Schreck, Lot 16, Block 3, Harkin Asks for Beef Inquiry WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Congressman Tom Harkin has asked the Government Accounting Office (GAO) to investigate the U.S. Department of Agriculture's handling of the implementation of new beef grading standards. Harkin said he suspects mis-handling of the change-over by the USDA has caused mass confusion and market disruption in the cattle industry, and may be partially responsible for a drop in the price of beef of $3.30 cwt. since the standards were implemented a month ago. Harkin asked the GAO to determine whether cattle feeders were notified sufficiently in advance of the impending changes for them to alter feeding patterns to meet the new standards. "It seems to me the USDA did a very poor job of letting farmers know the changes were coming," Harkin said. "Farmers are now paying for that failure." Harkin also asked the GAO to evaluate the standards' themselves, to determine their effect on corn fed beef prices. Harkin was joined in requesting the investigation by Iowa Congressmen Berkley Bedell (D-6thIa.) and Charles Grassley (R-3rdIa.). Astrology George C. Scott The Hindcnburg FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, MARCH 27 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp Again this week we will 'have same real good green calves just right for grass. These good thin calves are hard to find, now would be the time to get them bought while you still have a selection to choose from. We have had good runs of local cattle the past few weeks. If you have cattle to sell please contact us, our market is always good just check us out and find out. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 20 Whitejace heifer calves - green .. . 400 Ibs: 40 Whiteface ft Black Whiteface heifers - fancy ... 475 Ibs. '19 Black Whiteface heifers — fancy, preconditioned . . . 460 Ibs. 35 Whiteface ft Black Whiteface heifers - green ... 470 Ibs. Plus many more cattle of all weights by sale time. HOGS Always several pens of pigs of all weights. MISCELLANEOUS Expect 1 load of straw. Some used lumber. 100 Creosote posts. iiiuiniiniii'iuiiUMi""""'"""" «"" iiiiiiiiiiini i n C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Paul Grot* Owner* and Operators lorn Phone 792-2572 Located 2 milet West on Hwy. 30, '/4 North . Friday March 26,1976 <Bernice Bede OSD E 5 (March 21-April 19) A new idea with potential material value for you could be presented today. Be alert. Don't reject anything too •quickly. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) If you are truly persistent where your goals are concerned today, Lady Luck may lend you a hand. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Instead of sounding-off about your bright ideas today, get busy and execute them. There's ample time for talk after you succeed. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Don't try to override your mate's veto today, especially in budget matters.,He or she may have reasons unknown to you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Any important career decision should be carefully weighed today. If you make the right move, it could be extremely advantageous. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) If something good happens to you today, it probably will not emanate from those above you, but from those with whom you work. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) This may be one of those unusually fortunate days when others will beat you to the tab, if you're mixing socially. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Rather than making it a night out on the town, which won't be half as much fun, have friends over for a happening. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec7 21) Direct your mentai abilities toward projects of a practical nature today. You're not attuned to frivilous IN MEMORY OF Carl G. Pischel Carroll - Age 81 Prayer Service 8 p.m. Friday Funeral services 10a.m. Saturday at Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home, Carroll Funeral Service! 2 p.m. Saturday at Central Christian Church at Jefferson Officiating Rev. Earl Loudenback Interment Jeffenon Cemetery DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Third Parkview Addition, Carroll. Margaret A. Nagl to Louis D. Nagl, part of Lot 10, and all of Lot 11, Block 7, Halbur. Marvin J. and Kathleen Simons to Elmer G. Simons, % interest in part of SW/4, Sec. 27, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. Roger E. and Cheryl R; Sporleder to Ag-Management — Land-Development, Inc., SVfeSWV4, Sec. 25, NW'/i, Sec. 36, Twp 85N, Range 35W. Charles Berg to Arcadia, Lot 1, SW>/4, Sec. 17, Twp 84N, Range 36W. Frances Wolterman to Arcadia, part of Lot 10, Irreg. Surv., NEV4SWV4, Sec. 16, Twp. 84N, Range 36W. Roger E. and Cheryl R. Sporleder to Ag-Management — Land-Development, Inc., part of EV 2 fractional NW/4, SWV4NEV4 and NfcNWMSEV*, Sec. 2, Twp. 84N, Range 33W. Roger E. and Cheryl R. Sporleder to Ag-Mangement — Land-Development, Inc., EViNEVi, NEV4SEV4, part of NW/4SEV4, SEV4SW/4, part of SEV4SW/4 and part of NWV4NEV4, Sec. 27, Twp. 85N, Range 33W. Roger E. and Cheryl R. Sporleder to Ag-Management — Land-Development, Inc., part of NE'/4, Sec. 10, and S Vfe S E '/i, Sec. 3 and SW/4NWV4, Sec. 11, part of WV2SWV4, Sec. 2, part of SEV 4 and E%SE'/4, Sec. 11, Twp. 84N, Range 33W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Car Overturns— A car driven by Charles A. Kirsch, Route 1, Arcadia, overturned in a ditch five miles southwest of Carroll on Carroll County E-46, Deputy John D. Hays reported. The 18-year-old Kirsch was injured, but refused treatment, Hays said, after the early Thursday morning accident. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Wednesday- Anna Burns taken from Carroll Health Center to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. ventures. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) .Keep your ears open for some possible valuable business information today, even if you're engaged in some social gaiety. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Put yourself out for people you love, especially family members, and you'll wind up with a most enjoyable day. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) This will be a quiet day, with the possibility of some good news in the offing. Weigh it carefully to appreciate its true worth. Your Birthday March 26,1976 Ways to add to your material value and contribute to your security will be forthcoming this year. Prepare yourself to recognize opportunity when it knocks From The Arthur Nl Neu Municipal Airport The helicopter you. may have seen going dyer town last. Thursday morning frequently "drops in" on Quandt Auto Salvage, Inc. They have a suitable spot for helicopter landing which saves their customer travel time. Helicopters can fly comparable speeds as some light aircraft and their maneuverability is greater. They use .the same type of fuel as aircraft and can land at airports or helioports which gives them greater flexibility. They are used a lot for traffic patrol and also used extensively for spraying chemicals. Appointments Announced by Bishop The following clergy appointments have been made by The Most Rev. Frank H. Greteman, for the Diocese of Sioux City, Iowa. Effective March 30,1976: Fr. Gabriel A. O'Rourke is appointed pastor of St. Margaret's parish, Rolfe. Fr. Robert Fangman is, appointed pastor of Sacred Heart parish, Manilla. Fr. Joseph Kerwin is appointed pAstor of St. Mary's parish, Lake City. Fr. Robert McClintock is appointed pastor of St. Joseph's parish, Wesley. Fr. Donald Smith is appointed pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption parish, Merrill and St. Joseph's parish, Ellendale. Fr. Peter Fransco is appointed pastor of Sacred Heart parish, Laurens. Fr. Robert Dougherty is appointed pastor of St. Brigid's parish, Grand Junction, and St. John's parish, Paton. Spokesman Sees Meat Price Rise WASHINGTON (AP) — Retail beef and pork prices, which account for much of what consumers spend for groceries, have declined for months, but an Agriculture Department expert says they may soon go up again. Department economist J. Da w son Ahalt said Wednesday that price increases will be only "moderate" during the first half of this year. According to Agriculture Department economists, meat accounts for about 30 per cent of the typical family's food bill. Prices farmers get for live cattle declined sharply in recent months, and hog prices also have come down from record levels of last year. Part of the reason for the decline is that farmers and feedlot operators have been turning out a larger proportion of grain-fed cattle, which produce choice-grade beef for supermarkets, while the supply of "nonfed" animals, which get little or no .-•grain;, has been large because producers continue to thin out their breeding herds. The result has been a record slaughter of cattle -so far this year, meaning lower prices for live animals and a decline in retail beef prices. With larger beef inventories for consumers to choose from, pork prices also have dropped. "I certainly hope that we're at the bottom on these live (cattle) prices," Ahalt said. "I don't think that choice-grade cattle prices can go down much below where they are." While the price decline has meant good news for consumers, it has spelled trouble for cattle producers who say they have been losing $100 or more per head. Ahalt says they can expect some improvement. The department's Outlook and Situation Board said Wednesday that "cattle prices are expected to strengthen again this spring" and that prices of live hogs — although down from the record peaks of last fall — continue to average well above those of a year ago. The department has predicted that retail food prices will continue to rise at least through mid-year at an annual average rate of 5 to 6 per cent above 1975. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa highway death count through midnight Tuesday as prepared by the Iowa Depart-' ment of Public Safety: This year to date—123. Last year to date—115. MILD JThe Weather bl* IOWA FORECAST Tonight and Friday partly cloudy west, mostly cloudy with chance of showers east. Low 30s northwest, 40s southeast. Cooler west Friday. High 50s northwest, low 60s southeast. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday — Mild with a chance of precipitation about Saturday. Highs in 50s and 60s. Lows in 40s Saturday and mostly inthe 30s Sunday and Monday. The Weather in Carroll '(Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high .61 Yesterday's low.,., 40 At 7 a.m. today .45 . At 10a.m.today 60 Weather A Year Ago— Carroill temperatures ranged from 24 to 12 degrees a year ago today. Repair Work — -Staff Photo Dave Owen, left, and another worker from the Louis Broich Tree Service, Carroll, repair the chain link fence surrounding the tennis courts at Graham Park Wednesday afternoon. The fence was damaged by the heavy ice storm the Carroll area received during the first week in March. Legal Notice 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 quanitle's 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 specificatlpns 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 p: 4 ov!d'. 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 proposed 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 proceeding 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 lo&al 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 $25.00 will be required for the plans and specifications, $10.00 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. 11244,. 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 grant from the United States en-' vlronmental Protection Agency. Neither the United States nor any rf 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 1 order-of the Council of Templeton, Iowa. Templeton, Iowa By E. Paul Stecklein Mayor ATTEST: ' Eugene Melners Clerk March 18, 25,1976

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