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The Bull and the Buffalo r> A two-year-old American buffalo heifer, right, and a Charolais hull arc shown at the ticorge Mueller lartrHiear Van Meier. Mueller, who has a herd of Texas l.onghorn cattle, is trying to mate the buffalo with a Longhorn. Country Obituaries 1 THE BUSINESS TIDE Emmer t WgSs Prbf tt By Tom Clark (The Register's Financial Editor)| Emmert Mfg. Co., Inc., Autiub'on, 14-year-old producer of specialized farm equipment that became publicly-ojvned last Septe'mbef when 100,000 shares of its stock was sold at $3 a share, had a 32.2 per cent jump 7 — in net income for the first nind months of fiscal 1970 as sales rose 3.3 per cent. This was revealed in interim figures released last week by Emmert M. Anderson, founder and president of the said the company Des Moines R«qi«t6fp«ij A 1R Men., May 4, 1970 * OFFICIAL PUBLICATION STATE ,OF JOW, . BIDDERS May. _26, .1970 - ieaied bids will be received by-the—lows late HlghwsrXbmmission at Its office m rfnes, .owa, and"8Mta-off)t4al7dept>;ltOfy in the weda'ewi Moines Hotel, " Room in the Fort Des visions grown and^coar produced within the Slate of Iowa. (Chao. 73, code W4). Exotic Breeding LINUS B. FORSLING (The Register's Iowa News Service) ANTHON, IA. — Services for former state legislator and District Judge Linus B. Forsling, 79, of Anthpn who died Saturday at his home, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church in By DorTMuhm (The Register's Farm Editor) VAN METER, IA. - So far, Anthon. ;in experiment in mating an Judge F o r s- Ainerican buffalo with a Texas!ling served Longhor'n at (he George Mueller farm near here has been a failure. The buffalo, a two-year-old heifer, was given to Mueller by an Omaha bus inessman, W. D. Tiller, who dabbles in exotic animals. Purpose of the gift was to come up with a buffalo-Longhorn crossbred. in the Iowa House of Representatives from 1926 to 1938 and in the Iowa Senate from 1938 to 1940. From. J9,40 to 1958 lie was 'district judge in Monona and Woodbury Counties. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the American Legion. Survivors include one son and i one brother. DAVID CARPENTER Services for David Eli Carpenter, 92, of 721 Thirty-fifth st., who died Saturday at the R i v e r v i esW , c Manor Nursing t Home, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Dunn's Funeral Home with burial at Highland Memory Gari dens. Mr. Carpenter, a retired manager for Superior Oil Co., was born in Princeton, 111., and lived in Des Moines 46 years. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. .Lucille.-Gilbert of Henderson,~ Nev., and Mrs. Dorothy Johnson of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; three sons, Wen- is expanding by adding a Fiber Glass Division. Net income for the nine months ended Mar. 31 totaled $42,723 vs. $32,320 a year ago on sales of $1,370,827 vs. $1,326,406 in the same period of fiscal 1969. However, per-share earnings declined 10 per cent to 18 cents vs. 20 cents a year ago, reflecting the increase in the number.of outstanding shares. Anderson said the firm has two house boats in production now, and that fiber glass pontoons are being incorporated into the boats. Jerry Derr, Lake City, has field, Mount Pleasant, Ot- turhwa, Iowa City, Cedar Rapid?," Ctintoi|i~Dnbtique, MUSCIF tine, Urbarldalc, Ames, Boone, West Des Moines, Ankeny, Marshalltown, Oskaloosa, Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Fort Dodge, Webster City, Charles—City, Storm Lalie, Cherokee, Spencer, Shelddn, Le Mars, ,'Denigjn, Red Oak', Shenanddah, Clarinda and Atlantic. Frank Johnson- Slate car Dispatcher NOTICE TO BIDDtRS _es Moines, Iowa, until 9 o'clock A.M. C.D.T. on tho above dale, for the various Items Of construction and/or maintenance work listed beidw. Mailed bids are to be sent to the Iowa State -liohwav Commission Office at Ames, Iowa. Opening and reading of the bids will je performed at the Iowa State Highway commission Office at Ames, Iowa after 9 o'clock A.M. on [he same date such bids ,„„„ ,„ ,,,„,,„„, „„.. are scheduled jo be received, unless other- Ames, Iowa, Attention: C. H. Kles wise specified by the Commission. ... Certified or A certified Check, made payable To the -• Iowa State Hiohwav Commission or a Cas ••-••• -- •- - --•-•- • -•• -- OFFICIAL PUBLICATION State Hiohway Commission, Ames, Iowa. fo. Mm. 7Soo ras.' G.v.w. Pickups (wnhout 1, .Med! ll Duty, tru.efc (25,000 G.V.Vv.ji'wim. ,--- ProDosal forms and additional informa tion may b« secured from the Purchasing office in£peoartment, state Highway commission, By Virtue'of statutory authority, a Preference will be given to products and pro (R-331) iled bids ashier's Check, made payable to either Sealed bids will be received., until 9:00 A.M., C.D.T. May 30, 1970, at me office of the Iowa SJate Highway Commission, : C. H. Kies. " lied or Cashier's Check Required Axle (46,000 Ibs the Iowa State ntract' Highway Commission or 'Oosal to the contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank-sfiaJUbeJlledjKlth-tactLDraDosaUa an amount as set forth in the orr form. Cashier's checks, made MV«I the Contractor shall contain an unauj. 1 ment to the Iowa State HisTiwav •--•--••- ••-- -ontractor or ;ommission signed by" the —. F.ailui- ».,,, u .., u ..» ..... -.1 and Certificate of insurance within 15 days of his authorized aoent. F.ailure to execute a contract and file an an" the date of the approval for awarding the contract, as herein provided, will be, lust and sufficient cause for the denial of the award and the forfeiture guarantee. IQ di of I he proposal Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and secured at the office of the Iowa State Highway Commission, Ames, 10' da ' ' " iwa, leti until noon on the day previous to the letting. , All proposals must be filed on the fo furnished by the Iowa State High; irms iwav DAVID CARPENTER Mueller for years has had the largest herd of Texas Longhorns in Iowa, with a herd now numbering about 55 head. "The arrangement .was that if 1 bred the buffalo to one of my Ixwghorn bulls, I'd keep the ' buffalo and he (Tiller) would get the cross- b r e d calf," Mueller explained. The best-laid plans, however, have not materialized — despite the fact Mueller put the heifer in an oak-studded pasture with not only a Longhorn bull, but with male members of dell of Maxwell, Harold of In-/ JOSEPHINE PALCIC i dianola, and Waldro of Denver; Mrs. Josephine Palcic, 87, of j Colo.; a brother, Reynolds, of 1523 Mondamin ave., died Sun-'Brooklyn; two sisters, Vera day at the Park Haven Nursing ' Lowman of Ames and Lodi Bal- been named to supervise the firm's new Fiber Glass Division. % The firm, which intends to build a building at its Audubon site (o house the new division, plans to manufacture and market equipment for rescue vehicles used by cities and fire departments. 'Emmert Mfg.'s other products include "pig pokes," and "sow poke's," buildings with slated floors to permit manure to drop to the ground; a pull- type spring tooth field cultivator; rotary hoe carriers; plow mulchers; hopper extensions; and scaffolding equipment. The firm's stock, which de* clined to $2~in-the over-the- counter market late last year, was bid-recently at $2.50... Starr Broadcasting Maurice L. McGill, executive Safety Seminar missioner, and Ken Olson, director of Safety and inspection, will speak at a safety seminar to be held 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the United Rubber Workers/ local No.--310- Union Hall, 125 Northwest Broadway. The senjiinar is being sponsored by the Des Moines regional office of Hawkeye-Security Insurance Co., and will include a discussion of the new Head, Eyci and Upper respiratory Protection Regulation issued in March by state officials. Trucks, G.v.W.) without trade-ins Tandem 1, Front End Truck Loader, Hydraullcally Operated and Installed on Slate owne' S150.0 jroek-, , . • ' $150.00 ProposaTforms and additional information may be ; secured at the above office, The be All proposals filed shall be on forms fur- nlshed bv the State, sealed and plainly marked. The right to waive technicalities and to reiect any or all bids Is reserved. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be ojven to products_andpro- vlsfon grown and coal produced wTfrim ThT State of Iowa. (Chip. 73, code 1766). OWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION Diner/ without chtrt* from anywher* Irt lew* 800.362-1836 In t)«» MolnH «4-IHt Want Ad Rates WE wish to thank all of our relatives and' friends for the beautiful floral offerings and the food contributed during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Arthur P. Bratfv and Family. Longvllle, Minnesota. . v ' e n r of DES MOINES 1 •* . (Vin Milir 0 Millt 200 the Charolais breeds as well. and Shorthorn I i s h b e r g c r of Malcom ; 14 1 Foods - Inc - Spencer, and Rich- Home after a lengthy illness, grandchildren and Services will be grandchildren, at 10 38 a . m . | Tuesday at All| Saints Catk±i; Church with burial in High- 1 a n d Memory Gardens. M r s. Palcic was born in A u s-t r i a and lived in Des Moines for 27 years. Survivors include t w o sons, Frank and Victor, both of Des Moines; two daughters, Mrs. Hildegarde Hoch of Des Moines and Mrs. Lela Lindsley of West Des Moines; ten grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. BARRY MERSHON Services for Barry Mershon, 50, of Palm Springs, Calif., formerly of Des Moines, who was killed Tuesday great- Iaiu |I>4 Thompson, Lincoln, |Neb., attorney, were, elected to the board of directors and the finance committee of Starr Broadcasting Group, Inc., New Orleans based group broad- Commlssion, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations ; not provided for In the forms furnished will be rolected, and the Iowa State High- I wav Commission reserves the right to Jerry Acldy, slate labor com-j wl ? l £ Iedsle<:hnlcaimes and lo re|cct any or • • ' ' " "' --- - 1! Attention of bidders is directed to the | Special Provisions covering the subletting or assigning of contracts. . . Minimum waac rales for all Federal Aid projects have been predetermined by the Secretary of Labor and are set forth m the specifications. . , ' . • All Federal Aid contracts are sublet! to the Work Hours Act of 1962, P. L. 87-581 and implementing regulations. By virtue of-statutory authority ft preference will be given 10 products.and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, on prelects In which there are no Federal funds involved.. The Iowa State Highway Commission, m accordance with the provisions of Title VI of Ihe Civil Rights Act of 1964 (78 Sta. 253), hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that the contract entered -Into pursuant to this advertisement will be awarded to-tlie lowest responsible bidder- without' discrimination on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion or "W Co'Snty l-80.2(28)63-01-<>1. On Interstate 80 from U.S. 71 interchange easterly lo the Interchange east of Dexter., 40.588 miles of signing. . i ' Certified or Cashier's check SI,000.00, ' Buchanan County ER.80(.5)-58-10. On .secondary road along wesl line SW'-« Sec;i 122-89-B. 0.274 mile of grading. • Certilicd or Cashier's check $500.00. -Twin 10'x\0'x45' reinforced concrete box I. " Vef Certified or Cashier's check Si;oOO.pdi Buchanan County ER-80161—58-10. ,-Oni secondary road -along south line Sec.xT8-89-1 7. 0.274 mile of grading. '/ '• Certified or Cashier's check $500.00 10'xlO'x43' reinforced concrete .box culvert. Certified or Cashier's check $1.000.00 Buena Vista County ER;83(D— 58-11. On secondary road near WU cor. SW'/< Sec. Personnel Frank ft. McNiff, 35, of 600 12th st., West Des Moines,. a graduate of Drake University, Des Moines, who was previously employed in the Product Planning Department of Maytag Co., Newton, and as regional irjanager of northern California for that firm, has been named a research analyst with the Research Division of the Iowa Development Commis^ sion. The board of directors C o m p a cJL Industries, of Inc., 5-91-38. bridge. 75'x30' continuous concrete slab Certified or Cashier's chock S2.000.00 ^5)103—01-25. On In- IQC cast of Dex Dallas County 1-80-3(25)11 terstate 80 Iropr intercianu- ter, easterly, to Polk County, line, miles of signing. 21.630 Cetfifiecfbr Cashier's check $1,000.00 Hardln County ER-71(l)-56-«. ~ " _ — ... On secondary road over Iowa River approximately Vj mile east of Union. Grading. Certified or Cashier's ' in Pal Springs in . auto accident, will be Wednes- d a y at th£ S i e r r morial"" Chapel Riverside, Calif. Burial be at Riverside. Mershon H ' ° ,. . "'."' o'clock tonight at the Caldwcll-j 95 years before moving to Cali- masculmity^he Brien-Robbins Funeral Home, i { ornia in 1047i Despite the presence of all of this bovine mating (to the bqsUof-'Mueller's k'n o w Ije. d R'e'l has not taken place. "U can be done, and it has been done," said Mueller about the buffalo-Longhorn crossbreeding plan. Previously, the farmer has directed the mixed mating of Shorthorn, Longhorn, Charolais, Scotch Highlanders, and- has even imported Murray Grey semen from Australia to be used in breeding his cows. All of these efforts have been productive. Now. comes the hang-up on the buffalo. "She (the buffalo-heifer) doesn't ilo much except grunt- rf lot — sounds just like a hog," Mueller confided. "I keep watching — and hoping _ but nature hasn't yet taken its course." What if the Charolais or Shorthorn bulls beat the Longhorn to the chance, if the heifer becomes amorous? ".The buffalo is more likely to choose a mate more her size," Mueller said. "The Charolais and Shorthorn bulls are too big." What if the buffalo retains her lack of interest in male companions? "She'll be slaughtered and I'll be eating buffalo steaks," answered Mueller quickly. "But I hope that doesn't happen." Somewhat irksome to Mueller is the popularity of the buffalo. For years, his Texas Longhorn herd, his Scotch Highland i s h a g g y-haired beasts with magnificent horns) cattle, his string of Appaloosa horses, and more recently wild turkeys have attracted visitors to his North River Valley farm. But .now, visitors come by his farm almost daily to see the buffalo. "It's hard for me to imagine the interest one buffalo causes," confided Mueller. "Ac tuaUy it's not as pretty as my Longhorn cattle." A rosary will be recited at 8 j was a resident of Des Moines Starr announced also it has purchased Arlhus Publishing Corp. from ComputerAppliifa- tions, y lnc. Arlhus,-^ew Rochelle, _N.Yr, owns Arlington HQUSG"' Publishing Co., book publisher that operates two book clubs. The firm's management will be retained. Peter H. Starr, president of Starr Broadcasting, said t the acquisition, for an . undisclosed amount of cash, will "add significantly to consolidated earnings." . Starr's stock, traded in Surviving are two daughters, | over-the-counter market, MRS. EFFIE DUNCAN j including Stacia A. Sparland of Mrs. Effie Duncan, 7-1, of 2625 DCS Moines; his mother, Mrs. Rollins ave., died Saturday at! H - w - Mersh ° n of . P es Moincs; ' * — n U. u .«lU«Mrtfi^Jfir>ir*Tm'* Broadlawns Polk County Hospital of a heart attack. . Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Church of God in Christ with burial at Glendale Cemetery. MRS. EFFIE DUNCAN Mrs. Duncan was a native of Chestnut Mound, Tenn., and lived in Des Moines years. She was a member ofi the Church of God in Christ and | served on th£ church .board, „ ! son ' a brother, and a sister. ARSON FEARED AT WATERLOO By a Staff Writer WATERLOO, IA. - Arson is 55! suspected in a fire here early Sunday morning which damaged an elementary school that had been selected for a racial i.integration program next fall. "We're pretty sure, it was ar- Assistant Chief Gerald 01- Surviving are 12 nieces and j s° n said of the fire at lne Grant seven nephews. Wake will be at 7 p.m. Monday at Estes and Son Funeral Home. UNDERGOES OPERATION ROME, ITALY (AP)-President Giuseppe Saragat, 71, underwent a prostate operation FREDERIC OWENS , Services for Frederic Owens, 63, of Carlisle, who died Thursday on a farmjiear New Beech of a heart attack, will be at 3 p.m. today at the C. Richardson Funeral Home in Carlisle, Burial will be at Carlisle Cemetery. Mr. Owens was a lifelong resident of Carlisle* and was a semi-retired farmer. He was a member of the Marble Masonic Lodge and the- Missionary Baptist Church.' Surviving are his wife, Barbara; two sons, Arthur and George, both of Carlisle; two brothers, George, Sea Girt, N.J. and Guy, Seal Beach Calif., and a sister, Mabel Shaffer, Carlisle. MRS. JENNIE HANSEN Mrs. Jennie M. Hansen, 76, of 2012 E. Twenty-first st., died at home Sunday of a heart attack. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Richardson Funeral Home in Carlisle with burial at | Hartford Cemetery. Survivors^ include her hus-i band, John; two sisters, Mis. Edith Hitechew of Des Moines and Mrs. Lottie Spiers of Mel- Elementary School. Olson said the school received considerable damage from fire and smoke. Most of the blaze was confined to the gymnasium stage and the kitchen, Olson said. A broken window in the~Elch : en area appeared to be the entry way for the arsonists, Olson said. the has ranged this year from $7 to $18 and was bid recently at $10.50. The stock is slated to be listed later this month on the Midwest Stock Exchange. Coyote Oil and Gas The. board of Coyote Oil and Gas Corp., Des^Moines, which offere4 495,000 shares of stock last May at $2 a -.share To finance contract drilling of oil and gas wells in the Rocky Mountain area, voted to discontinue the stock offering May 15. This was announced by W. L. Dillier, president, who said the firm has completed eight wells for a major oil company and three for an independent exploration company. Most of the completed wells have been in the Cody, Wyo., area, and in three: disco very oil fields near Gillette, Wyo. Clinton Ross, Ankeny, who has been treasurer and director of Coyote, has -been promoted to vice-president in charge of sales and public relations, Dillier said. Northbrook, III." and Lake Mills, la., elected James S. Twerdahl, formerly with Donald R. Booz and Associates as a management consultant, to succeed Oliver C. Schmidt as president. Schmidt continues as chairman. James E. Knox, 32, a 1961 graduate of Drake' University Law School, was elected corpo; rale counsel for Northwest'liv dustries, Inc. He-hatTbeen a partner ifUhe' Chicago law firm .Ushalrfj Lincoln and Beale. John Taylor was named to lie newly-created position of administrative manager and the iroduct development division of 'ernon Co., Newton, and Ernie (nopf h^s been named service dministrative manager, Wilam F. Vernon, jr., president,, nnounced. Taylor, with the firm more lan 10 years, had been assist- nt sales promotion manager nd editor of the firm's weekly ales magazine. Knopf, who also oined the firm 10 years ago, ad been credit manager. Charlesf M. Montgomery, 34, ho wa^ regional sales manger for Oelwein Chemical Co. efore jojning Triple "F" Feeds n January, has been named egional sales manager for riple "F" for Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky,' Tennessee nd Alabama. David R. Meredith, of The Bankers Life, in Des Moines, ivrote an article on the "tele- hone approach" in selling that rvas published by Life Insurance Selling, monthly life insurance journal that is published in St. Louis, Mo. John JJachar, jr., 'past president of the Cedar Rapids Board of Realtprs and now chairman of the Owner Brokers Committee pf the Cedar Rapids Joard of Realtors, was named o the nine-man national board of directors of Gallery of Homes, and elected a regional vice-president of the organiza- ipn for north central U.S. , - ..... „/Marshall County— ER-M-'StT)— 28-44. On north Bound lane of Iowa 14 iust north of Iowa River at Marshalllown. 0.687 mile of 5UrlaCill c'ertlfled or Cashier's check $500.00 Monona County 1-29-6(32)114— 01-67. On 1-29 from Iowa 175 interchange northerly to Sergeant aluff. 27.562 miles of asphaltic concrete resurfaclna. Certified or Cashier's check $35,000.00 Polk County 1-35-2(84)73-01-77. On Infer. state 35 from the east interchange of 1-80 and 1-235, northerly to the soufn end of lowa-141-interchanqe. 4.706 miles of lion- ing Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Polk County 1-35-3(14)77— 01>77. On Interstate 35 from the south end of Iowa 141 Inlerchange, easterly to the east end of I- 35, 1-80 and 1-235 interchange. 11.363 miles of signing. Icrstale lo'lrom' east' end "of f-80,' 1-35 and 1-235 Interchange, east .to east end. of Iowa 64'interchanae. 4.11 miles of sienlns. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Po 1 1 a w a 1 1 a. mle County l-IG-293(11)54— 04-78. On' Interstate 29 in Council Bluffs from'north end of 23rd Street inter- chanqe' southeasterly 0.6 mile. 0.606 mile :heck $2,000.00 1-1 (56) 0-01 -78. I Blutfs from 'Certified or Cashier's check $500.00 County 1.80-4(12)142-07-77. On ln : Bond Talks Dean Witter Co.'s Des The fire was reported at 8:40 , " Cd " f V. luc .' « ^: a " CB . . , . T u • Moines office is sponsoring lec- o m hut had hoan hiirnino . r . ° —. a.m. since but had about 2 been burning tures May 5 at Webster City or 3 a.m., he and May 7 at Qrinnell on the said. 4t took firemen 2 hours to i q ues tion of including bonds in extinguish the blaze. The school had been chosen program this fall which will enable white students to attend voluntarily the previously all-black school. Black students from Grant School also will have the opt i o o of attending white schools in the city. An open house at the school was held as scheduled Sunday lo acquaint parents of white students with the facilities that will be available in the fall. Olson said 15 fires in the past month had been attributed to arson. STUDENT NURSES MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (API- Beth Pearl of Sioux Falls, S-D., Jan investment portfolio. Bond Rating A series of meetings was held last week by Carleton Beh & Co., Des Moines, for mayors finance officers and school su perintendents in a number o Iowa communities who me with representatives of Moody's Investors Service and Standarc & Poor's Corp. Purpose of the meetings wa to acquaint representatives o the bond rating authorities o the two investment service with Iowa's needs — and wit the assets of the communitie so the taxing bodies might re ceive consideration based o first-hand knowledge on the ra ing of .any bond issues. The meetings Saturday. His condition was re^eher; two grandchildren, and of slgnlnq. Certified or Cashier's Poltawattamie County ' " On Interstate Iowa 192 west miles of sianinq. Certified ot . in Council ._ to Missouri River. 2.783 I.OO .. -.78 iurl River or Cashier's check . e County 1-80-1 On I-80 in Council Bluffs (Ml crossing) to Spring Street In ... braska. Superstructure on 2462'x76' contin uous welded steel plate girder bridge. Certified or Cashiers' check $228,000.0 Pottawattamle County 1-80-1 (70)27-01 78. On Interstate 80 from Iowa 191 Inter change, easterly to U.S. 71 Interchange 33.307 miles of signing. Certified or Cashier' check $1,000.00 Woodbury County 1-29-6(25)142—01-97. On 1-29 from south corporation line of Ser aeant Bluff north and west to lust east o U.S. 20 and 77 unction In Sioux City. 7.676 miles of asphaltic concrete resurfacing. Certified or Cashier's check S27.000.00 Woodburv County 1-29-7(6)150—01-97. On 1-29 In Sioux City from -Isabella Inter change easterly approximately 0,8 mile 0.816 mile of asphallic concrete resurfac ing. Certified or Cashier's check $6,000.00 Woodbury County .1-29-6(8)151-01-97. On 1-29 from Big Sioux River easterly to Isabella Street Interchange. 2.664 miles o asphaltic concrete resurfacing. Certified or Cashier's check $13,000.00 Date April 30, 1970 IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION ^R-327)-ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS DES MOINES WATER WORKS DES MOINES, IOWA CONTRACT A-70 CONSTRUCTION OF THE NORTHEAST FEEDER MAIN SYS. TEM Sealed oroposals will be received by the Board of Water Works Trustees of the Cltv of Des Moines, Iowa, at their office 1003 Locust St., Oes Moines. Iowa, 50307 9:00 A.M. Central Daylight Time, June 9 1970. SECTION MAINS SECTION II MAIN I -48" and 16" -42,", 36" and 30" WATER WAJER AINS SECTION III -24" WATER MAIN SECTION I consists of either furnlshina only, installing only, or furnlshina anc installing approximately 26,652 feet of 48' I.D. and 378 feet of 16" I.D. pipe, fittings valves and aPourtenances for the North cast Feeder Main System. The pipe shal be either prestressed concrete pressure pipe (base bid) for cement HnecT ductile iron pipe (alternate bid). The work in eludes all the appurtenant work required for a complete installation and all othe Items shown on the plans and state In the specifications. SECTION II consists of either furnishim onlv, installing only, or furnishing am installing approximately 2,325 feet of 42' I..D... 7^397.feel .of 36" I.D. and 2,664 feet o OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Board of Water Works Trustees of :fiv of Dss Moines, Iowa, at their off (R-3281-ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS DES MOINES WATER WORKS OES MOINES, IOWA r CONTRACT B-70 VALVES & HYDRANTS Sealed proposals wilt be received by the —. _, . ,..._,._ .. 1he ice, 1307, until 9'io6" r A.M.' Central Daylight Time, lune 9, 1970. Item I -Butterfly Valves _ Item II -Gate Valves & Tapping Sleeves I'- - III -pire Hydrants ITEM I consists of furnishina the follow- ng butterfly valves. To -42" Butterfly valves with flanged ends 1 -36" Butterfly valve with flanged ends 2 -30" Butterfly valves with flanged 30' I.D. pipe, fittings,.valves a'rid appurte nances for the Northeast Mai "r^l&'M. I lie. fcr'HC allBII UC CIIIIQI Mt stressed concrete oressure oipe (base bi or cement lined ductile iron pipe Taltc. nate bid). The work Includes all the appurtenant work required for a comolet tnitallaion and all other items shown o the plans and stated in the specifications. SECTION III consists of either furnish mg'omy, installing only, or furnishing an installing approximately 22,105 feet of 24 I.D. pipe, fittings, valves and appurte nances for . the Klortheast Feeder Ma! System. The pipe shall be either pr< stressed concrete Pressure pipe (base bio or cement lined ductile Iron pipe (altei -ate bid); The work Includes all the ai. lurtenant work required .for a comolel ends 9 ends 1 -14" B ITEM I - owing gale valves and sate valves with 'apping sleeves. 9 -24" Butterfly valves with flanged Butterfly valve with flanged ends II consists of furnishing the tpl 1 -IT. gat o ile valves s -12" gal 3 -14'.'. oa valve and tapping sleeves valves and tapping slegvrs . ... r vales and tapping sleeyes . JO" gate valve and tapping sleeve 1 -24" gate valve and tapping sleeve , ITEM III consists of furnishing 25-fi hydrants. ! Bidders may secure copies of the specifications and contract document!! from the Des Moines Water Works office or from Alvord, BurdicK & Howson, Engineers, at 20 N. Wicker Drive. Chlcaao. Illinois. A.f\JJ\£ (nr ' i.,hi*-h a «4Anncit nf Cl *, nfl 1c stressed concrete Pressure pipe (base or ' " n< PL InstaHafion'a'hd all "other items" sh"own"o the plans and stated in the specification . Bidders may secure copies of the spec fications and contract documents from th Des Moines Water Works office or from Alvord, Burdick & Howson, for which deoosit of $50.00 Is reouired. Each bidder shall deposit with his pro oosal for trie-above specified work, a cer lifieH check in the amount of ten per cen (10%) of each bid presented, which sha he forfeited In the event that the Con tractor falls to enter Into contract wit qood and sufficient bond within ten (10 riavs after the contract has been awarde to him. The successful bidder will be required I furnish a satisfactory Performance Bonn m«">tinq the remi'rements of Chapter 573 Code of Iowa 1966, in the amount of 100° of his contract. Proposals may be withdrawn at an tirre previous to the time o.' ooenlng h<rt hut no prooosals may be withdrawn atte the time of opening bids has passed. The right is reserved bv the Board o Water Works Trustees of the Citv of DP Moines to reiect any or all bids or t accept anvr bid considered advantaoenus. BO.ARD OF WATER WORKS * TRUSTFFS OF THE CITY OF DES MOINES, JOWA Rv Maurice A. King General Manager May 1, 1970 (R-307) - NOTICE OF HEARING ON AN APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO WITHDRAW WATER FOR HIGHWAY u CONSTRUCTION Notice Is hereby given that there Is now on file In the Office of the Iowa Natural Resources Council, James Grimes Build- Ing, Des Moines, Iowa, an Application from sfory County for a permit to withdraw water for highway construction as herein described. The water will be withdrawn from any stream or -watercourse on the naht of way of the road being constructed, roads within one mile of the road being constructed, and from additionjl lources as no*ed. STORY COUNTY Story County requests a permit to with__ ..... _ _____ _. ____ -------- ....... _... draw water in the maximum quantity of 60606. for 'which a deposit of $15.00 is^&OO.OGO gallons at a maximum rate of reau(red\ - . .85,000 aallons per day durinq the period Each bidder shall deposit with his Pro- June 29 to December 1. 1970. The water posal for 'he above specified work, a cer- will be used in construction on a county ...... - '- "• -------- -' ' ----- -— ' road from the NW corner of Section 9 T84N, R24W, south and east about 5.3 miles to the corporate limits of Ames all nfied chec< in me amount ot ten per cent (10%) of check bid presented, which shall be forte Led In the event that Contractor tills lo enter into contract with good (10) days, _ ._ awarded Id him the - C ou " lv '- Thl? and sufficient bond within ten i sources of water for this proiecf are the after the contract has been i skunk River .in the NE '•< of Section 13 land the SW'',."pf' Section 23, bothTn'TWN. . . , . . . , . The successful bidder will be required to i RJ4W. and In the NW '4 of Section 7, furnish a satisfactory Performance Bond. ; j^ M . R23 ported as three great-grandchildren. Burlington, Davenport, De waTelected "president of 'the~Na-1 Moines, Mason City, Sioux Cit tional Student Nurses' Associa-j and Council Bluffs. j lion Sunday. She is a student at! Other cities invited to partici- Augustana College School of j pate in the meetings included fflfa , ,..._.. ... --,,-„ ,»-,.. R23W. all in Story County, Iowa. mectino the requirements of Chapter 573. j Notice is further given that a public Code of )owa, 19M, in-the amount of! ne arina will be held at 9:30 AM., DST. lOO^i of his contract. . M ay 15, 1970, at the Office of the Water Proposas may be withdrawn .at a.nv : Commissioner. James Grimes Building ous to the time of opening bids; o e5 Moines. Iowa, at which time and posals. may be withdrawn after i D | ace or at any adjournment, the Water lenmB Olds nas passed. ..commissioner or his Deputy will take evi- .. 45 reserved by the Board of! J Ence b v the applicant and dnv other rKs Trustees ot the City ot Des j oer i D n either in support of or in opposition time nrev but no on the time c The rig Water We Moines tc accept an B _.Want Ada may ai The Des Moines The De$ Moinej for one on t . DARD OF WATER WORKS c|ry op DE . •Nursing in Sioux Falls. Fort Madison, Kcokuk, Fair- ., uri p e A K , no both e on Ads days GENERAL CLASSIFICATIONS ""•*'"• days •Florists 60 GERANIUMS, potted tomatoes, Petunias. Assorted bedding plants. AMPLE PARKING IN REAR 154Q.?nd Ave. _ 1B6-6S57 FLOWERS FROM OLSAN'S HOA - 763-5660 7rt» par JIM «• /UC ptrdiy / 77r' p "'i lnt A 11 C ptr day 4 Stamps—Coins 70 Ser t days KT 95c 95C ptr Una 1.05 per Una 2days S7TLT~ oavlivj highest prices for sff- ver. Ed Powell, Newton, la. Ph. 515-7;2-l_52.V. _ MLVER climes, quarters, halves, and proof-sets. 279.0589. lost and Found 80 'CAB; black, found 2000 block- on S"E 1 dally combination / 1 Sunday ccAiecutlya In- r-.- • • • — • —.• • * n • \ •' i wlTl SIZ9 OO^~2 lines* HELP^WANTED FROM WITHIN IOWA per Una f or per day / mere J _.. _ - ___ _ SiAMESE lost, "brown to mo"nth ma-|c, •l?th. Center. Rcward.,.243-4079. WEDDING rings, yellow gold fo&t vie. Southside. 2X4-3785 daVs and 285-5880 cvet. Reward. _ LOST man's red scarf. Vic. 63rd be- Meen Grand-Army Post Rd. REV»ARD. 743-7670 or 282-9767, - SM'ALL reddish brown cocker tyoa dog found vicinity 31st and Stanton. Call 285-7055 . .- _ . FOUND Cocker type doa. Vic. 40ih flnd Doualas. Owner Identity. 25i- 7268. _ POUND — Black and white. Small Cocker type. Male, 28S-2008. __ 82c per Una ptr day no. per Una 7ZC ptr day i.oo KJ i.oo 1.10 ptr Una i Sunday « a r{?n.. 8pp !ft / i v*" wnweutlve In- lines Minimum site ad-2 p«r Itna 4 5 6 or days 3 days 2 days 1 dally comblnatlen LOST PeKinacse, black, female. Vic. 18lh-Franklln. 283-0310. • Notices FRATERNAL_NOTICES ff " "Acanthus" Lodge No. 632 ,_. 4133 Urbandale Avenue •\'fvi? May t Seconds 7:00 nm AV&A May 11 School 6:30 Pin ' \x x Stated Comm. 7:30 om Win. J. Philpolt WM—W. 8. Kyd, Sec. I. Wlllard John Stalker, Ir., 3500 Du- bunue, will not be responsible for debts other than my own. Personals 140 rtlilno Ini win ft"« fc O"S« awi"' ^ •"»«,"" "'• FOUND ads run free for 3 days 30 letters and spicei totach Ifnar-'"' THIS 3 line ad eontalnrapproxl- -natelv.90 letteri'antf spaces or 30 letters-and spaces per line. --Count tslnlng " Tribune,' or Business Opportunities payable Ads-mav'be ordered'for lns«r- Jlon In elttiar the morning Register or evenlna Tribune alone; rates for. single Insertions are Sc Par line less, than quoted rates for all day Insertions. Want Ad Rules Minimum size: two lines. All ads are subject to Publisher's JP'VH'alii,?"? "5, t!».limitation that.lljbmty for Pufaffsher's error to publishing th LONELY-BORED-DISCOURAGED If you arc single, widowed, or divorced and want to meet other sin- ales who have tried and found fun and-actlvltyreall 285-9741 or wrfte COSMAW, 6851 Bloomficld Road, Des Moines, Iowa 50320. FILMS DEVELOPED 39c 8 Exposure Black and White, 39c; 12 Exp., 50c; Color reprints 19c ea. DEAN STUDIOS, 913 WALNUT ST. _DE5 MOINES;-IOWA 50302. LOWEST AUTO Hor concelled, mediate SR .. Mike Anania' IDIOS,913' E5")6WA JTO NSUR i, relected- relecled-o fllnorEZ rlns.. 407 ANCE-RA :orsR J?.. RATES . ... 22. Im- terms..Write Court ave., ...Pes-Motfies. la. 243-8644. _ LOW auto, house or cvcle ins. rates. Even If cancelled. Fast S.R. 22'!,, Mobile Homes, Campers and boalr,. Isadorc Risslen, 321 E. Fifth St., 934 6lh Aye. 282-6754 GOT A PROBLEM? The rlohl altitude can help. Dial-a-Thouoht. 255- WESTERN-STYtE MASSAGE hRANTZ, THE BLIND MASSEUR Men anrt women welcome. 274-370« ""* ' ' -' . Religious fayne Wai- Is rected ad In a subsequent Issue, providing -advertiser reports error or omission on the Say that It occurs. Deadlines Weekday Issues: t p.m. preceding day/ •xceot ads for Sal- urday which Is IS a.m. Prlday. ifunday yue: State-wide all editions Friday 4 p.m. City edition, Dei Momes and surrounding counties, Friday 7 p.m. Lobby Office Trafnedad writer on duty: Mon.-Thurs. 8:JOf a.rn.-S .p.m. Frl., to 7 p.m., Sat. to 1 p.m. Phone Service , Want Ads taken 7 days a wtek. Trained ad writers on duty Won., Tuo., Wed., 8:30 a.m. to t p.m.; TBurs., J- rt. 7:45 a.m. to 7 PJTI.; Sat., 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to .5 p.m. For further Information write Fred Bell, Classified Department: Register and Tribune Des Moines, Iowa £0304 In The Oes Moinej Area Phone 284-8 14 1 In AH Iowa Call Fre* . 800-362-1836 INDEX Of Major ClaselflcatlMs AnnPunuRiMtt-Ptrstnali Emplevmem .............. U BIG 12 pen comb asst. 35c • 'nt. By n"" —'" ' " C ^ SH '^Li°?%i^M > R'"?k^ CH C6; ..~ .. „...• w.nb asst. 35c. Re imprint. By mall only. Wayni do. 1411 Locust. P.M. 50309. LIFETIME KARATE MEMBERSHfP. For sala or trade. 984-4477. 2 YR. membership Sorensen Healtfi Spa. Total S20. 262-5426. 26S-S057. WILL care for elderly lady home. 243-1408. deny lady In my Transportation, Travel ISO DRIVER needed to San Dleqo and . San Francisco area. Not a lob. AAAcon Auto Transport 288-4858 Nursery, Seed, Planti ISO PLANTS — Pinks, verbenas, JScj creepina phlox, 50c. 1104 S.W, Kirk- Instruction 160 Merchandise Business 570-uo Rentals Real ~ Farm Ml estate Deaths I CARPENTER — Services for, David Carpenter of 721 Thirty-fifth street will be Wednesday 1:00 PM at Dunn's on Grand. Interment Highland Memory Garden. FRAZELL— Graveside services for Mrs. Nora E. Fraiell of 2001 East Ninth will be Tuesday 1:00 PM at Jerome, Iowa. Interment Jerome Cemetery. Hamilton Service GAVIGAN — Services for Edmond . L. Cav-Mitr 1916 Jellerson.. will, be 10:30 .A.M. Monday at St. Johns Catholic Church. Rosary 7:00 P.M. Ca'ldwell-Brien-Robbins 2100 University GRAFTON — Services for~~Mrs. Mable E. Grafton, 3200 Scolt Street will be held Monday 3 P.M. at Hamilton's Funeral Home. Inter- _msnt_Laiirel_tllJJ_f;e£jjeter>^ HANSEN — Services for Mrs. Jennie M. Hansen of 2012 East Twentv- first Street will be Tuesday 2:00 PM at the Richardson Funeral Home. Interment Hartford Ceme- terv. Richardson Service, Carlisle. KUR W. ry. Richardson R5CHINSK|-=- . Kurschlnskl, will be Tuesday illon's Funeral ... Glendale Cemetery.. cKS fur Pred of 2114 Williams 12 noon at Ham- Home. Interment McPHERSON — Services for Mrs. Ella E. McPherson of 1139 Hard- Ing Road will be Tuesday 10:30 A.M. at Hamilton's Funeral Home. Interment Glendale Cemetery. MEYERS — Services for Nicholas Meyers, sr, of 4380 NE Thirty-second ct. will be Tuesday, 1:30 PM at Hamilton's Funeral Home. In- lerment Laurel Hill Cemetery. lose- PALCIC — Services for Mrs. phlne Palcic of 1523 Mondamin will be Tuesday 10:00 AM at All Saints Catholic Church. Rosary Monday 6:00 PM at the Funeral Home. Caldwell-Brion-Robbins 2100 University PIPER — Services for Leo L. Piper Age 55. of 1346 East Twelfth will be Monday 10:00 A.M. at Visitation Church, Rosary 8:00 P.M. Sunday § t_ Tonlni FUi ' Y _ED. - Funeral Home. w?,f( N. — Services for Thomas . of ill Thirty-fourth Street be Monday 11 A.M. at Dunn's on Grand Interment Wiols. Iowa Cemetery 3; 00 P .M. RENO —' Services for Walter B. Reno/ sr., 1005 Forty-second will be Wednesday 10:30 AM at the Westover Funeral Home. Interment Glendale Cemetery. Rl£i«RDyo'jir=~"Services.for Mrs. Deborah Richardson, of 1548 Twenty-third st. will be Monday. 1:30 PM at Hamilton's Funeral " t Laui ton's irel Hi 1 Funeral Home. Ill Cemetery. "Services lor William Forest Ave~ ". at St. Church. Interment S^RCj^ltfT John Saraent'ot'1711 .-.,-. ;--,-. mie will be Monday, 2.P.M._at St. George Greek Orthodox -.._ . r .. Praver service will be 7:30 P.M. Sundav at Dunn s on Grand Ave- Tiue-lriterment Masonic. SNETHEN — Services for Robed Snethen of 2150 Drake Park will be Monday 4:00 PM First United Methodist Church, Des Molne-,. Further services Tuesday 3:00 PM at Myers FuneMl Home, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Friends may call at Hamilton's Funeral Home _ WOOD, — Services tor Mrs. Jane, A. Wood of Fremont, California, formerly of Des Moines. will be held 2:00 P.M. Monday at the Hlohland Park Presbyterian Church. Inter- -J\ ,,,.„ Depulv Waier commissione- j IR-J321-NOTICE TO plDDERS •-caltd tias will DC received until 9:00 . A ,V f D T V-<!f ;», 15.\l. for trie MdlU C.-r D.ipaicncr »t ire oli.ct of 'ne ii« ment Masonic Cemetery. . Arnold's Service BONOURANT MI&HLER—Services for Frank Mishler will be Tuesoav 3:00 PM al the LOfina-CtTurOT."Tn!ermenf Loring Cemetery. . Viofnll Service A CARD p? THANKS publ^hect ii. The Register and Tribune is a in- tmg way to e»preiS your apprec.a- tian o< floral tributes, gifts and o!h- cr tinanessei. Call 28J-8U1 for sti- PRE-TRAINING APPROVED FOR VETERANS TRAINED TO BECOME A Tractor-Trailer Diesel Driver OUR 'DRIVERS in constant demand. Why not convert your driving pleasure into a well paylnp lob at the wheel of a biff -semi-diesel rig. Effective pacement service NO HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA NEEDED CALL 282-0065 MOTEL MANAGEMENT Men— Women— Couples Learn Motel Operation with our short, inexpensive course at home followed by a two weeks Resident Training in a motel operated bv us. Ase no barrier. Free nationwide placement assistance upon completion. VA APPROVED For complete information write, glv- ' Denver. Colorado, 80215 I.B.M. TRAINING In step with the timesl Learn .B.M. Keypunch, Machine Accounting, Data Processing and Computer Programming. Specialized training with employable results. ACBS Accreditation. Co-Educational. Approved for Veterans Training Guidance Testing— Free Placement Air Conditioned Class Rooms NEW QUARTERS JUNE 8-SEPT 8-NOV. 30 Also Home Study Accounting write. Visit or Call 244-4221 jrtree~B«-pase~CaTa!OB- American Institute Business 424 10th AIB Bids.. D.M. "THE SCHOOL OF RESULTS" LEARN HAIRSTYLIF Iowa's Largest — Stale Accredited Student Loans Available DAY OR EVENING CLASSES Free Graduate placement service FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION Write or call 283-2721 Americana Beauty Academy 414 Mh Ave. Des Moines Des ER SUMMER QOARTE . STARTS JULY6TH Courses offered In Data Processing. Computer Programming. COLLEGE OF AUTOMATION 3001 Grand 243-8696 Pet Moines LEARN IBM 360 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 288-0117 ECPI 508-1 Olll VA APPROVED Des Moines, Iowa. LEARN AUCTIONEERING MASON CITY. IOWA 50401 BARBERING and men's hair styling.. Classes now starting. Student loans available. VA approved. Iowa Barber College, Des Moines; Iowa LEARN Auto-Diesel Mechanics LINCOLN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 1326 Walnut St. DesMoinas. U. TUTORING for summer, experienced teacher, elementary. S67-2912, Miss • Schmidt. 967-4225. Men—Jobt of Interest (90 ASSISTANT MANAGER Man who can quickly develop into an assistant manager with our company. Must be 21 or over. No experience necessary. Good salary and employe benefits. POSTAL THRIFT LOANS 41MOIh Des Moinet ASSISTANT MGR. TRAINEE Large independent gasoline marketer has an opening for an assistant manager in Des Moines. -*8 hour week. Paid vacation. Bonuses, in- Durance plan, no greasing or wasn- ina. Opportunity for advancement. No previous exp. necessary Wriie "CK7J9. Register and. Tribune. LOOKING fur a brighter future . . . tnrognh d better job? Read todays lob oilers and employment agencies aavertiiemonts. Cvutill-Mil vn .Vex: Page

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