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pro- Rockefeller: Health care needs review NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Vice-president Nelson Rockefel lor Thursday called for a na tionwide review of medical care programs, saying the country no longer has enough money to make mistakes. "We learn by our mistakes, Rockefeller told a public hear ng investigating alleged abuses in New York nursing homes We used to have enough mon ey to afford it, but now we don't." Rockefeller did not detail how he would undertake a nationwide review of health grams. Denies Link to Bergman During day-long grilling under glaring television lights, the vice-president also swore that to the best of his recollection he never met Bernard Bergman, a nursing home multimillionaire under indictment on charges ol bilking the government out ol more than $1 million in false Medicaid claims. Rockefeller was asked to testify to answer charges that his top assistants during his years as governor of New York interceded to get favorable treatment from the state for Bergman. Rockefeller's aides called it an unprecedented move for an American vice-president to appear at a hearing investigating criminal matters. Limited Testimony Commission Chairman Morris Abrams stressed that Rockefeller was to answer questions only about matters that took place during the 15 years he was governor of New York, and he pointedly called him "Governor" throughout the day. One of those implicated in previous testimony was longtime Rockefeller chief of staff T. Norman Kurd. The vice-president said, "I have never known a finer, more dedicated public servant with higher principles and greater integrity than T. Norman Kurd." He did not deny statements by Abrams that state auditing procedures had been faulty in the nursing home field during his years as governor. Nor did he deny that he had failed to appoint an "ombudsman" to check on possible abuses although the federal government would have paid the bill. "No Iron Fist" "There was no iron fist behind the velvet glove," Abrams commented when Rockefeller described his policy of policing nursing homes by agreement. Rockefeller admitted that he "had known since 1965 that there were abuses in New York nursing homes, but he insisted that, to him, "abuse is somebody who is physically abused." He said he does not relate the word to conditions for care or treatment. Slayton improves after surgery HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) - Astronaut Donald Slayton, recovering from lung surgery, is continuing to show "signs of improvement" and is in "good spirits," officials said Thursday. Slayton, 51, the nation's oldest active astronaut, underwent exploratory surgery Tuesday for removal and examination of a nodule on his left lung. Surgeons found that the nodule, about the size of pencil eraser, was benign. Doctors said Slayton probably will remain in the hospital for another eight to 10 days and should be recovered sufficiently to go on a tour of the Soviet Union Sept. 22. WIREPHOTO (AP) Refugees ready for school IJuynh Kimball, 4, right, watches as his mother, Mrs. Dick KimbaU, brushes the hair of his sister, Kerry 7 for the first day of school Thursday at Oklahoma City Okla. Watching is Us sister, Kathy, 11. They are among nearly 200 Vietnamese youngsters who entered Oklahoma City public schools for the first day of classes. $875,000 SUIT FILED IN D,M, By BONNIE WITTENBURG A man who says he is per ma nently injured as the result of a swimming accident at Clearwater Park last summer has 'iled suit in U.S. District Court here seeking $875,000 in damages. DeWitt Clinton Smith of Chi:ago, 111., contends in his suil that he struck his head am neck on an "object or objects" at Clearwater, a former grave] pit near West Des Doines, causing "a fracture of his spinal cord. Suit Contends He contends the privately owned beach is operated as a public swimming area and consequently should be safe for swimming. He also contends that payment of admission fees constitutes a contract with an implied warranty the premises are safe. The suit was brought againsl Jim Dandy Recreation, Inc. now known as Clearwater •ark, Inc., and against Jamei McConkey, manager of the park. Smith charges Clearwater personnel with failure to inspect he designated public swimming area, with failure to warn 'of the deceptive, irregular and hidden nature of the body of water as well as of the depth of he body of water" and of failure to provide first aid facil- ties and persons competent to render such treatment. 'Abnormal Risk" Smith, who says he suffered i fractured neck on July 26, 974, alleges the bottom of the ormer gravel pit creates "an abnormal risk of harm" to persons swimming there. He seeks $875,000 in damages or injuries suffered and for costs incurred while undergoing medical care. McConkey could not be •cached for comment Thursday. Picket Pentagon WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) About 35 Hispanic Americans picketed the Pentagon Thursday in protest against the firing jf William J. Perez from a top iosition in the Defense Department's equal opportunities sec- ion. ISU scientist tells of answers to food supply CHICAGO, ILL (AP) - The ultimate answers to the world food supply problem lie in improved economic and social opportunities for women and social security for the aged, says an Iowa scientist. He told the American Chemical Society's national meeting, now in session, that these attainments are necessary to reduce the birth rate, which will decrease food demand. The scientist, Dr. Earl 0. Heady, director of the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development at Iowa State University, Ames, la., and a colleague, Shyamal Roy Chowdhury, said in a prepared paper that the world has only 40 years to make the necessary adjustments to guarantee adequate food supplies. Politicians and officials in developing countries must create policies to increase per capita incomes and the "worth of women's time," Heady said. "Evidence world-over clearly indicates that when per capita income, education, employ- on e n t, economic opportunity and possibilities of social participation and expression became high enough and are sufficiently and widely distributed to women, family size takes a drastic decline, 1 ' he pointed out. "Larger families are simply too costly in what must otherwise be given up by women as full social and economic participants under these conditions," Heady added. "If per capita incomes rose enough in India and similar countries, billions of people would keep grain so high priced in developed countries that much less of it would be fed to livestock at a low transformation rate into human energy — and would cause it to be spread more evenly among the world's consumers," he said. Evidence from every part of the developed world indicates that social and economic factors, and not biological and physical factors relating to birth control, are the final determinants of fertility rates and family size, he said. Obituaries MRS. LUCILLE JOHNSON Services for Mrs. Lucille (Fannie) Johnson, 69, of 3848 E Fourteenth St., who died Wednesday of a heart attack at Mercy Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Grandview Funeral Home. Burial will be a t Highland Memory Gardens. M *s. LUCILLE Born in JOHNSON Swan, Mrs. Johnson had livec in Knoxville prior to coming to Des Moines, where she lived for 35 years. She had worked as a sales clerk at Atlantic Thrift Store before her retirement She was a member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Lavina Youmans of Des Moines; two sons, Tex and Lar ry, both of Des Moines; twi brothers, Eldon Thornburg o LaMesa, Calif., and Floyc Thornburg of Pleasantville; a sister, Mrs. Olive Dunn of Des Moines, and six grandchildren. The Grandview Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. MAE E. GRIFFIN The Register's Iowa News Service LAWLER, IA. — Services for Mae E. Griffin, 77, of Lawler, who died Wednesday at a Rochester, Minn, hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Mount Carmel Church here. Survivors include three daughters, including Mrs. Clarence Mander of Des Moines; two sons, 11 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. MAE WALRAVEN DYER Tht Register'! Iowa News Service PELLA, IA. — Services for Mae Walraven Dyer, 83, of Pella who died Thursday at a Pella hospital, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Third Re formed Church here. Miss Dyer lived in Des Moines for many years before moving to Pella in 1968. Survivors include three sisters. St. Paul girl is Miss Teen-ager MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (AP) — Cynthia Lee, a 17-year-old cheerleader and sports enthusiast from St. Paul, Minn., was crowned Thursday night as vliss American Teen-ager 1975. She is the daughter of former Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Eugene Lee. A pageant spokesman said Cynthia will become a safety spokeswoman for an automobile manufacturer and will raise 'unds for the American Cancer Society. The 5-foot-7, 123-pound girl maintains a B-plus average at Johnson High School in St. Paul, where she is a senior. .he has won four presidential physical fitness awards, and is member of her school's cheerleading squad and track earn. WASHINGTON CANNIN Available 14^ Ljjg*§pecial! Ask Your Grocer POLYVINYL CHLORIDE BAN PLANNED WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it intends to outlaw polyvinyl chloride, the second most common production plastic, from use in bottles, boxes and other rigid con tainers for food. The proposed ban is based on fears that the products may cause cancer, the FDA said The industry immediately de nied that contention, saying through a Washington spokes man that "the actual possibility . is nil." The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc., also said it will ask the FDA for a ful hearing on its proposed rules governing polyvinyl chloride food packaging materials, Multiple Uses The targeted packages are used for a host of food prod ucts, including vegetable oils, processed meats, vinegar, honey and liquid vitamins. Polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, is a solid derivative of vinyl chloride gas. The gaseous form is widely acknowledged as a cancer agent, and its use is already under strict government regulation. FDA Evidence Cited The FDA cited "evidence that residues of vinyl chloride may migrate into food from the semi-rigid, rigid and generally heavier VC plastics," the most widespread of which is PVC. But Ralph L. Harding, jr., o! New York City, president of the Society of the Plastics Industry Inc., said through a spokesman that the federal agency "has acted with undue panic in regard to that possibility." The industry produces an overall total of about 5.4 billion pounds of PVC per year. Of that amount, an estimated one per cent goes into the food packaging products which the FDA wants to ban. Nader Group The FDA earlier was peti- :ioned by the Health Research Group, a Ralph Nader organization, to ban virtually all poly vinyl products which come into contact with food. The agency stopped far short of that step, however. The proposed regulation would still al low thin and pliable forms o PVC, such as film-type wrap for meat and vegetables, gas kets, cap liners, tubing am package coatings to be usec without restriction. But differences in the manu- F a c t u r i n g process for such items as bottles, blister packs, boxes and other rigid packing do pose a threat, the FDA said. 60-Day Prohibition Those containers would be )rohibited for food products af- ;er 60 days, presuming the pro posal is not revised after hear- ngs requested by the industry. Harding said the action Thursday is "incomprehensible . in light of the data the industry has submitted, which we believe will uphold our con- ention that there is no prac- ical possibility of vinyl chloride migration." The industry research shows, said Harding, that PVC used in bottles contains less than one part per million of the ques- ioned residue, "which means hat the actual possibility of migration is nil." Frl., Aug. 29, 1973 • DES MOINC8 REGISTER / IS TV HIGHLIGHTS NETWORK MOVIES. "Shell Game" (1975), starring John Davidson. (Rerun) "Kate McShane" (1975), Anno Meara. (Rerun) CBS at 7. "Search for the Gods" (1975), starring Stephen McHattie. (Rerun) ABC at 8. ' _ * * * ROCKFORD FILES. Rockford's former prison cellmate asks him for help. (Rerun) NBC at 8. • • • THE SEARCH FOR THE NILE. Program focuses on Victorian Age writer-explorer Sir Richard Burton. (Premiere) IEBN at 9. Urge kindergarten on reaching age 5 LINCOLN, NEB. (AP) - A itate Department of Education tudy says children should be allowed to start kindergarten when they reach age 5, even when their birthday is in the middle of a school year. The eport said early childhood education could reduce the number remedial classes needed when children are older. RADIO WOt 640 Ames 6:00 Music Shop 9:00 This Morn. 12:00 Noon Rep't 12:30 Farm Facts 1:00 Book Club 1:30 Men, Mol. 2:00 Matinee 4:00 All Things 5:30 Bus. Final 6:00 Options 7:00 Concert KRNT 1350 CBS Des Moines 6:00 Ray Dennli 6:45 Baseball: 7:00 News R 0 yais vs . 7:45 Sports Yankees 10:00 Del Hull 10:00 R. Peterson 12:00 Van Harden 10:30 Mystery 3:00 Ray McCarty Theater 5:00 News LOO J. Lomhardo KCBC 1390 ABC Des Moines 6:00 J. Christy 4:45 Sports 7:30 Nightingale 5:45 Sports 8:30 Paul Harvey 6:00 W. Tursso 12:00 Paul Harvey 12:00 D. Allsup 12:15 D. Lem Mon KBAB 1490 Indianola 6:00 Steve Brown 6:00 S. Mllner 10:00 Scott Meln 7:30 Baseball: 12:00 Info. Hour Oaks vs. 2:00 Jim Beam Evansville KWKY 1150 Des MoineS 5:30 D. Odegaard 3:00 B. Dick 7:15 Religion 6.00 Buy, Sell 11:00 R. Emery 9:00 J. Conrad 12:00 Grand View 9:15 Grace 12:30 Wld. Tmw. Assembly 1:00 B. Dick 9:30 Wld. Tmw. 2:00 T. Tommy 10:00 J. Conrad KSO 1460 DCS Moines 6:00 John France 6:00 R. Mathews 10:00 Curtis King 12:00 Rick Wilson 2:00 P. St. John KGGO-FM 94.9 Des Moines 6:00 Jerry Dean 6:00 C. Collins 10:00 J. Stewart 12:00 Dr. Lex 2:00 T. W. Scott *** KIOA-FM 93.3 Des Moines 6:00 Terri Davis 7:00 John Marie 11:00 J. Michaels 12:00 R. Williams 3:00 S. Mathews WOI-FM 90.1 Amos 6:00 News 2:00 Masterwks 7:15 Musical* 5:30 News 8:00 News 6.-00 All Things 9:00 Musical* 7:30 Book Club 10:30 Book Club 8:00 Recital 11:00 Concert 9:00 Fst. Hear 12:30 News 10:00 Music 1:00 Cameo Cone. 12:00 Concert KIOA-AM 940 Des Moines 6:00 Music 7:00 Bill Allen 10:00 R. Phillips 12:00 R. Williams 3:00 Bruce Allen KLYF-FM 100.3 Des Moines Beautiful music In stereo from 6 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. KDMI-FM 97.3 Des Moines Gospel talks, music 24 hours a day. WHO 1040 NBC Des Moines 5:30 News 5:45 Farm 6:30 News 8:00 Don Warren 11:40 Auction 12:00 Farm Rept. 12:30 News KRNQ-FM 102 Des Moines Rock in stereo 24 hours a day. 1:00 Cat Stout 5:00 News 6:25 Baseball: Twins vs. Indians 9:30 C'ntry Music City rejects hark patrol DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. (AP) — City officials in this ocean-front resort city have re- ccted proposals for air and water patrols to warn swimmers of sharks. A city commission committee concluded Wednesday that shark lookouts in airplanes and boats would not have prevented ecent attacks and probably vould increase the fears of already skittish swimmers. Five persons, including four n Volusia County, have been attacked by sharks this summer. In the worst and most ecent attack, doctors were orc'ed to ampule the leg of a /oung Wisconsin man who was jitten earlier this month while wimming 20 feet from shore. lye sabotage in rain derailment PANAMA, CITY, FLA. (AP) — The FBI is investigating the xtssibility of sabotage in the erailment of 23 cars and a ocomotive of an Atlanta and t. Andrews Bay Railroad reight train, officials said 'hursday. The train's five-man rew reported only minor in- uries, but railroad officials es- imated $500,000 in damage. TODAY'S TV LOG DMM>lmi13.WHO (NIC) 6:30 Women 3:00 Somerset 7:00 Today 3:30 Floppy 9:00 Celebrity 4:00 Dinah 9:30 Fortune 5:30 NBC News 10:00 Htgh Refers 6:00 News, Spts. 10:30 Hwd. Squires 6:30 Hee Haw 11:00 Mig. Marble 7:30 Chlco, Man 11:30 Jackpot 8:00 Rodcford 12:00 News 9:00 Pol. Woman 12:15 Cartoons 10:00 News 12:30 Movie 10:30 Tonight 2:00 Another Wld. 12:00 Midnite Spec. Amis 5-WOI (AIC) 7:00 AM America 3:00 Land, Giants 8:00 Uncle Waldo 4:00 Dennis 8:30 Mag. Window 4:30 Beaver 9:00 M. Douglas 5:00 Batman 10:30 Brady Bunch 11:00 Showoffs 11:30 My Children 12:00 Noon Rpt. 12:30 Here, Now 1:00 Pyramid 1:30 Rhyme 2:00 Gen. Hosp. 2:30 One Life 5:30 ABC News 6:00 Truth, Cons. 6:30 Lucy Show 7:00 NCAA Spec. 8:00 ABC Movie 10:00 News 10:30 Untouchables 11:30 Entertalnm't D«$ Moln»i 8.KCCI (CBS) 6:30 Semester 2:00 Match Game 7:00 CBS News 2:30 Tattletales 8:00 Kangaroo 3:00 Musical Chrs. 9:00 M. Brubaker 3:30 Courtship 9:30 Price, Right 4:00 Lucy Show 10:00 Gambit 4:30 Ironside 10:30 Love of Life 5:30 CBS News 11:00 Restless 6:00 News, Spts. 11:30 Search Tmw. 6:30 Tell Truth 12:00 News, Mkts. 7:00 CBS Movies 12:15 Cartoons 10:00 News 12:30 Wld. Turns 10 JO Movie 1:00 GuMing Lite 12:00 Movie 1:30 Edge, Night 1:25 News, Pastor D>sMolfiMll.KDIN (IEBN) 9:00 Sesame St. 10:00 Mr. Rogers 10:30 Villa Alegre 11:00 Wet Paint 11:30 Elec. Co. 12:00 Off the air 4:00 Mr) Rogers 4:30 Sesame St. 5:30 Elec. Co. 6:00 Aviation 6:30 Traveler 7:00 Wash. Week 7:30 Wall Street 8:00 Masterpiece Theater 9:00 Srch., Nile 10:00 Eve. Edition 10:30 Int'l Film Bus robbed BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) Two bus drivers and seven passengers riding on a southbound Trailways bus were robbed of $600 and jewelry early Thursday on the Washington-Baltimore Parkway. Iowa GOP still $50,000 in debt By JAMES FLANSBURG Despite a presidential fundraising visit that netted more than $70,000, the Iowa Republican Party is still more than $50,000 in debt, the party's chairman-elect said Thursday. Tom Stoner, who will take over as chairman next month, told a Dubuque GOP gathering that financial solvency has to remain the party's first priority. Preliminary figures showed that a reception and dinner for President Ford in Des Moines last week grossed $92,200, with almost $19,000 of that going to pay the costs of Mr. Ford's trip and other expenses, Cut Debt ; "The Presidential reception cut the debt in half, but we must pay off the balance of the debt and build a solid financial base to carry out our programs and support our candidates in the coming elections," Stoner told the party function in Dubuque. GOP fund-raiser Richard Redman said that the state party owed bank notes of $70,000, but 'that the party owed substantially more than that. "That didn't include current bills and other things," Redman said. He said that it's still too early to get final figures, but that projections indicate that the Ford visit will permit the party to clear all accounts and cut the bank debt to between $55,000 and $60,000. Fund-Raisers Party plans call for a series of regional fund-raisers over the state the next two months and for the debt to be paid by the end of the year, he said. In his Dubuque appearance, Stoner emphasized the finances. "It is already clear that if we are to succeed as a party and secure'" victories in 1976, we must ensure that the party is financially solvent in 1975," he said. "The greatest tragedy for Republicans in 197.6 would be to have winning programs and qualified candidates and then be unable to support them financially." Exon's Ylit commHtM LINCOLN, NEB. (AP) Gov. J. J. Exon'S office said Thursday that the governor was forming a committee to aid Vietnamese refugees. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (R-430) TO BIDDERS AND _ S * 8IM S lds WMI received by the St«t» sjlon M its Enaineer- oor, State Office Build- buf HL?£%ML°*J>! M.*^*"*™ *•» » supply system . softening equip- watermaln end ell ncludlng casino and well cap. (2) Construction of water su ntludlnq pumping and rnent,.J,?«o feef of PVC v appurtenances. for aral * bitl pro ' JI »»H will be received J itert iter supply system. • well. "* in^Mjitiy.- T 'ny w *t'j*- w 'c^srTHii UBTJTI lur rns ^r. n . i i« h .* d .. b JT 'he State Conservation Commission and shall be accompanied hv • made rt.iiS j. v-omminipn, 10 serve as qu - i?rtder d SfflJ fl ? s ln -, lh8 ? v .« nf tne successful Bi d .? e . r n '.*''' '°J"'?_ r '"!?_ • contract and ($500.00). pce °7,^.?L Pr«P«al neering . mission, dollars forms, plans, »w.lL'ie«lteP».maybe obtained atlhe ,e. State Conservation _„,„. w . 0 J n . e ul' '°«A.. AI L.' ) '«ns ana and ns), onservatlon Com- lon TSI "re . 13ft, # °d?t. ldbd ' llesh » l . M in --»••«•'- "~ BMISI IMIU a tgnvrac 1 - st •R, a ss!S y j?if 1 ? r ;: m sp ct w * 2jys. after formal acceptance of S" J '»> nays after formal acceptance of S 7&$™l»™™ e M& 52?i*. l .. ( 5WI? n i?« ln «" be five hundred dollars (S5M Copies of .00); proposal i D «c | 'le«'l'ins 1. . ' '* ^-«n»cr vonon ium- Moines, Iowa. All plans and are the property of the State sh.ii * ° r or li t mu!l "« received on to be "* lb " vouor b . sh «" b « 'n envelopes by the State Conservation Comn " nd .Pl«' r <lv marked to Identify contents. The State Cnnnervation th ,, reserves the rlaht to waive inicalities »nd re erf any or all bids. • Published Aunust ?9, 1975 STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION When your meal's a matter of money Refrigerator Pickles 4 c. sugar 4 c. SPEAS CIDER VINEGAR 1/2 c. salt 1-1/4 Isp. tumeric 1-1/4 Isp. celery seed 1-1/4 tsp. mustard seed 3 onions, sliced 4 pts. cucumbers; sliced thin Mix together sugar, vinegar and spices in a cold syrup. Do not heat. Wash and sterilize 4 pint jars. Slice onions equally into jars. Wash and slice enough cucumbers to till jar. Stir syrup well and pour over cucumbers and onions. Screw on lids. Refrigerate at least S days before using. Will keep in refrigerator at least nine months, SPEAS VINEGAR A Matter of Taste Speas good old-fashioned tang does the trick, Apple Cider t Distilled • Corn FREE RECIPE BOOK. WRITE: SPEAS COMPANY. 2400 Nicliolson Awenu«, Kansas Cily. Mo. 64120 A (R-421) Notice to Bidders ... . For Construction of Water System Improvements Wapslplnlcon State Park Jones Co""tv, Iowa Prolert No. LWP 7310-72-1 B.O.R. 19-00354 Sealed bids will be received by the Slat* Conservation Commission at Hi Engineer. n« qwci.. NIP* Flnnr. Matt pfflee Build- 1n9.3«|i Fourth Street, Det Molnes, Iowa, until 3-.00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 23, 1975, fnr these malor Items ot work: Section II ; — Construct wller distribution system consisting ol approximately W50' • V PVC waterllne with anourtenances. The work Is located In Wapslplnlcon St»t« Park «onfh of Anamnsa, Iowa. Proposed In duplicate shall tn on form* furnished by th« State Conservation Commission and shall be accompanied hy.a Proposal Guarantee consisting! of a Certified Check or Bidder's Bond (no ranh accepted), made payable to the State Conservation Commission, to serve as liquidated damages In the event the successful bidder falls to enter Into a contract and nost an anproved performance bond wlfhln ten (10) days after formal accepfence of his .bid. Chuck? rriisf be drawn on a solvent Iowa bank. The amount of (he Pro- >osel Guarantee shall b« five hundred dol- ars (slooon). Coojes of proposed forms, plans, and specifications may be obtained at the Engineering Office, State Conservation Com- mlssjnn, r -• •- peclflcat Conservation Commission and shall be returned to this office Intact and In aood condition an or before.the jettinq date, eligible toT nn, Oes Moines, Iowa. All Plans and flcations art the property of the State ervallon Commission and shall be re- Id to this office Intact and I iflon on or before the leltine whether you do or do not file a bid. Mailed bids must bn received before the bid letting date to bi ellgl consideration. • SealedI bids filed ...... .. ... furnished by the State conservation Com- "Sealed" bids' filed shall be In envelopes mission and plainly marked to Identify their contents. The State CnnservMion Commission reserves the rlqht to waive technicalities and relect any or all bids. This prolect Is federally en<t-«h»roH. STATP CONSERVATION COMMISSION Published: August 29, 1975 CAFFERTY (R-4S9) NOTICE TO BIDDFRS FOR COMSTRIICTION OF wnno s^R^'trr RiMniw.s PIKES PEAK STATE PARK CLAYTON COUNTY ppnjFCT NO IWP 1170-7.1.3 BOB WHITE STATE PARK WAVNF. COUNTY PROJECT NO. LWP 2010-74-3 Sealed bids will br received by the Slat* Conservation Commission at Its Engineer- Ing Offices Ninth Floor, State Office Bulldlnn. 300 Fourth Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50319, until 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 23, 1975, for the following work: The construction of 24'x4l' wood frame service bulldlnn, complete, Including •II utilities and Incidental sit* work lor each piolect. Proposals In duplicate shall be on forms furnished by the Commission and shall be accompan'ed bv a Proposal Guaranty consisting of a Certified Check or Bidder's Bond (nn cash accepted), made pevahle to the State Cnnsurvatlon Commission, In serve as liquidated damages In the event the successful bidder falls to enter Into • contract and post an anorpved performance bond within ten (10) days after for^at acceptance "t his hid ru *r t '« must k <r drawn on a solvent Iowa bank. The amount "I thr Proposal Guarantee shall bo five hundred dollars U500) for each Copies of the proposal forms, plans, and •infir.illcat'on may he ontained at the enpi- npcrino Officp. State Conservation Cnm- mission. 300 Fourth Street, Des Moines, Iowa 503H. All Plans and specifications are the prnnerty of tho state Conservation Commission, and shall be returned to the EJn. qineerlng Office Intact and In good condition within 30 days after the bid opening whether or not a bid Is submitted. Mailed bids must be received before the time set for opening of bids to be eligible for consideration. Sealed bids filed shall be In envelopes furnkhod by the Stale Conservation Commission and Dlainly marked to Identify their content*. The Stale Conservation Commission reserves the rinht to waive technicalities and r elect any or all bids. STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION Published August 29, 1975 (R-4181-DES MOINES METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIOS PROJECT NO. IA03-0012-I SHOP EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given that the Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive sealed bids at the office of the Authority, 2320 High Shreel. Des Moines, Iowa 50312 until 4:00 P.m. on SeDtem u -r 8. 1975 for shop equipment items as follows-: D-l One (1) Magnetic Particle Inspec- D-2 tion Machine One (1) 1500 Ihs. Capacity Mobile Crane. Kwik-Way Model K-1500 or .. .a pressman Find out tonight on EYEWITNESS NEWS 6 and 10 gg] us M minutus unJ we'll gi\e you tlie wurldj Approved Eaual ils as detailed ir fed s Moines^ Metropolitan Transit Author- B.ds shall be lipnal materials ifications. accompanied by addn ials as detailed in the Spec- Bids shall be directed to the .. , , 50312, and boldly endorsed on the out side wrapoer: "SEALED BID - SHOP EQUIPMENT" Bids will be opened publicly office of the Transit te It'? 23'20"HlBli"Street"Des' Mofa'es, ' boldly endorse!' QU _ _jbliciy" in lh» _ ... Authority at 10:00 a.m. on September 9, 1975, at 2320 High Street, Des Moines, low* 50312. August 27, 1975 The terms of payment shall be: 1. Total bid price based on payment terms of net thirty (30) days alter acceptance of each shop equipment item. 2. Extended bid price is for payments made thirty-one (31) or more davs alter acceptance of the shop equipment item. This orpiect is subject to the terms of a Financial Assistance Contract between the Dos Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority and the United States Department ol Transportation. Proiect No. 1A-03- 0012-1. The Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority reserves the right to relecl any or all bids. (R-426) HAWKFYE BANrnRPORATION FLOATING RATE NOTES DUE 1979 NOTICE OF INTEREST RATE In accordance with the Prospectus dated October 7, 1974 as last amended July 3. 1975. the interest rate for the ensuing semi-annual oeriod being Seotember 1. 1975 to March 1. 1976 shall bo eiflht (I) oercent per annum. Paul D. Dunlap President Hawkeya Bancorporation 6lh Floor — Stephens Building Des Moines, Iowa 50309

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