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THE BUSINESS TIDE June Quarter Stings Zenith With 37% Drop in Profits Leased Wire fo The Rcqixte.' Zenith Radio Corp. had a sharp 31.2 per cent drop in net income for the June quarter, due in part to a strike at its Sioux City plant which lasted almost two months. The company said the Sioux | City strike resulted in loss of common stock for every t\ radio and record player produc- \ shares outstanding on Aug. tion for two months and that iti to shareholders of record Aug. Men., July 21, DES MOINES REGISTER is Cool Air Pushes Into Iowa was necessary to move tooling and production facilities related to parts ordinarily manufactured in Sioux City to support TV production in Chicago and Springfield, Mo. Net income for the three months ended June 30 was $4,310,000 or 23 cents a share compared with $6,264,000 or 33 cents in the same period a year ago. Sales in the latest quarter • were down 13 per cent at $135,385,000 vs. $155,454,000 a year earlier. Zenith said major start-up costs and facility rearrangement expenses of chromacolor picture tubes, as well as work stoppages at its Chicago plant, also had a substantial downward effect on second quarter earnings. Delay in achieving full pro- Thc special cash dividend payment will be made July 31, to shareholders of record July 18. Frank Donaldson, president, said it is .the current intention of the board of directors to set the quarterly dividend rate of 15 cents a share on the increased number of shares and to discontinue special year-end cash dividends, which have been made for the past six years. The changes would, in effect, raise the fiscal year dividend rate to 90 cents from 'BO cents paid, based on the shares outstanding before the stock dividend, he said. Gusty, northwesterly winds of !• to 30 miles per hour poshed cool, Canadian air Into Iowa Sunday. Temperatures and humidities were considerably lower than Saturday's readings. Considerable cloudiness developed over Iowa late Sunday morning and early Sunday afternoon and sprinkles were reported at widely scattered spots in the northern two- thirds of the state Sunday. A few weak thunderstorms were reported in the extreme eastern portion of the state, but nothing like the violent weather that battered Iowa Saturday. High temperatures varied from near 70 northeast lo near 80 southwest. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION maintenance for ic. yard. 1,000 tons aggregate l. d ^ |w , t Cas» County M-4826-49-15. At Stele maintenance yard east of Atlantic; at State maintenance yard at Grlswold; tnd at Slate maintenance yard at Massena. 2,500 tons etjfeoate for Ice control. Certified Or Cashier's check $500.00 Carro GordO County M-2s«0 --49-17. AI rYtaimeflance yard in Mason City. 2.000 tons aggreaate for shoulders. Cer'ifled or Cashier's ch"-k • Cherokee Cojntv M-30I8--69-18. At the Cherokee maintenance yard. 500 ions aggregate for ic* control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Clarke County M-5605— 69-70. At Osceola m,.'iiienanc4 yard. 1,209 tons aggregate lor ice control. Cerlitied.or Cashier's checK JJOO.OO Clay Counly M-308.9 -69-21. At Spencer maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate (or, ( O r Ice control! OFFICIAL PUBLICATION pTanTVlte. 500 torts asohaltic concrete for patching cashier's check $200.00 Poweshie* County '**" - meintenance yards a. _ _. ... and Montetuma. 1,405 tons aggregate for ice control. . , .... .* Certified or Cashier'! check $100.00 each item Rln«gold County M-4I36-69-80. At Mount Ayr maintenance yard. 1,000 tons aggregate for Ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 S,1C County M-3099-6J-S1. Al junction of iowa 39 and 175. 1.000 Ions aggregate for Certilied or cashier's check $100.00 Sac County M-3100—69-81. At Sac City maintenance yard. 1,000 ions aggregate for Ice conlrol. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Shelby County M-4137 -69-8.1. At Harlan maintenance vard. i.JOO ions aggregate OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ! Dlithi duction of new also resulted in picture tubes reduced color TV set production schedules and an abnormally high backlog of orders, the company said. Net income for the six months ended June 30 fell 6.6 per cent to $16,276,000 or 86 cents a share from $17,410,000 or 92 cents a year ago. Sales were off 5.1 per cent at $320,854,000 vs. $337,706,000. The company's stock, traded on ( the New York Stock Exchange, has a 1969 range of $58 down to Friday's close of $39.37, where the yield on the $1.40 dividend rate is 3.5 per cent. American Machine & Foundry American Machine and Foundry Co. which has an Iowa subsidiary in Des Moines, AMP Western Tool Co., had a 25.1 per cent jump in profits for the three months ended June 30, compared with the same period a year ago. Revenues rose 3.2 per cent in the quarter but, first-half 1969 revenues slipped 5.5 per cent from a year earlier. For the June quarter the company had net income of $7,549,000 or 42 cents a share compared with $6,030,000 or 33 cents a year ago. Revenues were $149,991,000 vs. $145,278,000. Six-month net income was $16,300,000 or 90 cents a share, from Links DDT to Smoking Danger WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) Senator Gaylord Nelson (Dem., Wis.) said Sunday that DDT and other pesticides present in tobacco are increasing the health hazards already facing smokers. He urged immediate federal action to set regulations limiting the amount of pesticide residues in tobacco. Recent studies conducted by North Carolina State University researchers and laboratories have measured 38 parts per million of DDT residues in cigarette tobacco and 53 parts per million in cigars, Nelson said. "Tobacco is the only consumable agricultural crop that does' not have a tolerance level specifying when the • pesticide residue is hazardous," Nelson said in calling for government action. udubon urlington edar Rapids union ouncll Bluffs avenport .... lecorah >es Moines . . >ubugue owa City — amoni Aapleton rtasorr Cily .. Jtlumwa ioux City . • pencer Waterloo Albany, N.Y. Albuquerque .marlllo .... .nchoraqe .. Ashevllie up 10.8 per cent $13,800,000 or 75 cents a year earlier. First-half revenues were $285 million, down from $291 million. The company's stock, traded on the New York Stock E* change, has a 1969 range of $19.75 to $27.50 and closed Fri day at $20, where the yield on the 90-cent dividend rate is 4,5 per cent. Bourns, Inc. Bourns, Inc., Riverside, Calif., manufacturer of electronic components, optics and photographic systems, which has two Iowa plants at Ames, had a 14.3 per cent gain in net earnings for the six months ended June 30, compared with a year earlier. ' Net sales, however, declined 5.5 per cent to $32,469,320 from $34,391,511 a year ago. Net income for the six months ended June 30 was $2,203,311 or 70 cents a share compared with $1,926,768 or 61 cents. The company said that first- half new order and shipping volume was adversely affected by reductions in government spending for non-Vietnam military programs and aerospace activities. "Because of this, it is expected that the company will achieve only nominal sales growth for the year," Marian E. Bourns, president, said in the report. He pointed out, however, that profit margins have been improved due to various programs and net income is expected to show a 15 to 20 per cent increase for the full year compared with 1968 - when profits were $3,913,809 or $1.24 a share. The company's stock, traded on the New York Stock Exchange, has a 1969 range of $19.37 to $29.50 and closed Fri- Temperatures The following list of cities shows (H) Ighest temperatures occurlng between a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, July 27, (L) owes! temperature* occurlna between a.m. Saturday and t p.m. Sunday end P) precipitation In Inches occurlnq he- wee* t p.m. Saturday and t p.m. Sunday: IOWA <m (L) .. 76 60 .. 76 6* . 74 65 .. 76 " .. 80 .. 75 .. 75 .. 77 74 .. 87 :ff 2.73 1.19 .13 .82 .09 .28 ,J8 UNITED STATES <HJ Forecasts FOR MONDAY, JULY 28, W9 LOCAL—Generally fair throuoh Tuesday except some cloudiness this afternoon. High today near 80; low tonight about M. Warmer Tuesday. IOWA—Clear to partly cloudy and warmer through Tuesday. Highs today (0 to J5; lows tonight near 60. WISCONSIN—Variable cloudiness with a chance of »howers and cool today. Highs MINNESOTA-Falr to partly cloudy through Tuesday. Highs today 75 to 84. SOUTH; DAKOTA-Falr to partly cloudy through Tuesday. Highs today 82 to 92. NEBRASKA—Generally lair and a little warmer through Tuesday. Hishs today MISSOURI—Northwest: fair and a little warmer through Tuesday. Highs in the middle 80s. East and South: clear to partly cloudy today and tonight and continued mild. Highs today in the upper 70s northeast to Ihe upper 80s southwest. ILLINOIS—South: clear to partly cloudy ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Crawford County M-3090--49-J4. At South lunctlon U.S 30 and U.S. 5', iowa 141 in Denlson. 1,500 tons aooreaate for Ice con- Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Dallas County M-4B27-6»-2S. On O.S. 149, 0.5 mile south of iowa 141; at Adel maintenance yard; and at DeSoto maintenance yard. 3,loo lent aetregete for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check 1200.00 Davis County M-5406-69-24. Vj mile norm ot Bloomfleld on U.S. 63. 1,500 tons aggregate for Ice control. Certified or Cashier'! check 1200.00 Davis County M-5422—4»-26. On U.S. 63 from.Missouri State line to lunctlon Iowa 2; on «owa 2, Bloomtield to Pulaskl; and on Iowa 2, Pulaskl to Milton. Concrete pavement repair. certified or Caihjer'i check S500.00 Decatur County M-5607—69-27. At Leon maintenance yard. 1,000 tons aggregate , for Ice control. i Certilied or Cashier's check J200.00 I DCS Moines County M-560«—69-29. At the i West Burlington maintenance yard, sou 1 tons aggregate lor Ice control. i Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Des Moines County M-5617-69-29. At the i West Burlington maintenance yard. 1,000 i tons aggregate for shoulders. i Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 | Dickinson County M-3091—69-30. At Spirit Lake maintenance yard. 500 tons aggre- i gate for Ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Fayelte Counly M-2678—69-33. In maintenance yards at Oelweln, West Union and Fityotte. 2,350 tons aggregate tor Ice con- lrol. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 . each Item Floyd County M-2681-49-34. One block east of maintenance yard In Charles City. 2,000 tons aggregate tor shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check 1500.00 Fremont County M-4828—69-36. At Sidney maintenance vard. 750 tons aggregate tor Ice control. Certified or Cashier's Check $100.00 Greene County M-1522—69-37. Al maintenance yards in Jefferson and Grand Junction. 1,300 tons aggregate lor Ice control. Certilied or Cashier'! check $100.00 each item Greene County M-l537-69-37. At Jefferson and Grand Junction maintenance yards. 1,300 tons agoreqate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Greene County M-1542—69-37. On lows 144, 2 miles northwest ol Rippev. 1,000 tons cover aggregate. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Greene County M-1544-69-37. At Jeftcr- son maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate for the Board of the Urbandale Community School District at the office of Llnd- ... _ _ gren J. Taylor Architects, 6311 Hickman M-1532—69-79. In ; Road. Oes Moine-,, low, uo to the hour ol Grinned, Malcom J;JO P.M. D.S.T. Auqust 6, 1969 at which " — ' time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bidders shall note th.it Olds are to be submitted lor each building. No i Bidder may withdraw his Bid for thirty , days aller Ihe scheduled time for'receipi of bids. The said Board reserves the riqni to reiecl any or all bids reroived or lo waive informalities in bids. Bid security In Ihe amount o' 5".- of the bid In the form ot a Bid Bond or Ceriihr-rt Check is reouired. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the otficf ot Lindorcn J. Taylor Architects. 4311 Hickman Road, D/?s Moines, Iowa 50322 .. URBANOALE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRIC I Yvonne Bisseit, Sccrrtarv (R-I50I NQTiCE 10 BIDDERS Sealed bids win be received at the older .'. check 1200.00 Sioux County M-3105—69-84. At maintenance yard at lunctlon ot Iowa 10 and 60 north ot Alton. 1.000 ton* aggregate lor """"""certified or Cashier's check 1100.00 Story County M-1533-69-85. At Colo maintenance yard; and at Story County Interstate maintenance yard, v» mile east of function 1-35 and U.S. JO. 2,000 font aggregate for Ice conlrol. ....»., Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 each Item Story County M-1540-69-IS. At Story County Interstate maintenance yard,' and 'at Colo maintenance yard. 2.500 tons aggregate tor shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Tama County M-1534—69-J6. In malnle: nance yards at Tama and Traer. 900 tons 1 aggregate for Ice conlrol. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 each Item Taylor County M-ttX—tf-17. AI Iunciion i... n n mfhv of Iowa 2 and Iowa 49 in Bedford. 100 ton» ; beoartment aggregate lor Ice control. : PJcai Wit Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 i w|||T>e>ec II«|A« r*.i.Hi.j ** jBin iA AC A* r* _.!«._ ""'.. ww «' r ,\ Gospel Tones at Community Sing About 500 persons attended the weekly Community Sing Sunday night in Sylvan Theater at Greenwood Park. The Gospel Tones, an inter- a c i a 1, inter-denominationa musical group of children from 4 to 15 years old representing 58 Des Moines area churches, presented a musical program titled "Down the Gospel Trail. Mrs,. Albert Williams Hunter directed and accompanied the group. Cynthia Bagby ang "Let there Be Peace on Earth.' Mrs. Russell Reeves led the community sing which followed the program of gospel songs. Soviet Ships End Visit to Cuba HAVANA, CUBA (REUTERS) — A seven-ship Russian fleet sailed from Havana Sunday at the end of an unprecedented visit aimed at demons t r a t i n g solidarity between Moscow and Cuba, the only Communist state in the western hemisphere. The one-week visit, the first by Soviet warships to Latin American waters, was at the invitation of the Cuban government, according to official announcements here. The 700 man task force helped cut sugar cane. It was warmly welcomed by prime minister Fidel Castro, who said Cuban ports were always open to Russian ships. U.S.B-52 Bomber Crashes on Guam AGANA, GUAM (AP) - An Air Force B-52 en route to Vietnam crashed and burned Sunday shortly after takeoff from Andersen Air Force Base on Guam. In Omaha, Neb., a spokesman or the Strategic Air Command said the crew of six plus two a milnos casoer Iharfeston :harieston Jharlotte. hicaoo llnclnnati and cooler Today and tonight. Highs today In the upper 70s north to middle 80s. | south. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1949 BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: 1 a.m. 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. ? a.m. a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 noon 1 p.m. 72 69 66 64 63 62 64 66 69 70 70 71 71 2 p.m 3 P.m 4 p.m 5 o.m 6 p.m 7 p.m S p.m » p.m 10 P.m 11 p.m. 12 midniaht 1 a.m 2 a.m. -7eat W F°,il, Helena Houston ndianapolis Jackson, Miss. Jacksonville . Juneau Kansas City . Las Veaas .. Little Rock Los Angeles .. _oulsville .... Memphis . Miami Beach Midland, Tex. Milwaukee .... Minneapolis New Orleans »' New York 84 North Platte 82 Oklahoma C Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Portland, Raleigh .. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis St. Petersbura Ai salt Lake City »» San Antonio San Diego ,, San Francisco 58 Sault Sainte Mane 75 Seattle '.' Shreveport » 4 Spokane |' Tucson Washington'".'.'. *' Wichita M CANADA § algary 76 dmonton '/. Montreal ,',* Ottawa if Reglna 'A Toronto SI Vancouver 'A Winnipeg '* PAN AMERICA ACBPUICO y. Bermuda • Jl Havana Jf Kingston »', Mexico City.. , TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 3:30 p.m 77 Lowest at 6 a.m Mean Mormal Deficiency for day Excess since first of month ... Deficiency since first of year PRECIPITATION For Saturday UP to 6 p.m. Sunday . Total this month to date Total since Jan. I Normal since Jan. 1 to date . . Excess since Jan. 1 . MISCELLANEOUS 6 a.m. Barometer In Inches . 29.72 Rising Relative Humidity 75 Wind Direction NW Wind Velocity 12 Weather Clear . ..126 . .88 ..Tr.ice .... 4.34 ...24.26 ....18.54 .. 5.72 Steady NW P. Cldy for bituminous mix. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Grundy County M-1523—69-38. At Grundy Center maintenance yard. 300 tons aggregate for Ice control. Certified or Cashier's checK SI00.00 Gulhrie County M-4829—69-39. At maintenance yards In Bagley, Guthrle Center and Casey. 2,900 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check SSOO.OO Hamilton County M-1524—49-40. At maintenance yards In Williams, Webster City and Jewell. 1,750 toni aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 each Item Hamilton County M-1531—49-40. At Jewell maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate "certified or Cashier's check J100.00 Hamilton County M-1543-69-40. On Iowa 17 at the Boons River; and on Iowa 175, 1.5 miles east of Ellsworth. 2,000 tons cover aggregate. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 62 I each item 70! Hardin County M-l 525—49-42. At Iowa 77j Falls maintenance yard. 300 tons aggre- 7 ate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check SlOO.OO 74 ..76 .74 ..75 ..75 ..73 .70 .69 ..69 ..69 ..68 ..68 67 Union County M-4839—69-81. At Creston maintenance yard; and on US. 34 at east edge ol Alton. 950 Ions aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Warren County M-5415—69-91. In maintenance yards at Martensdale and Indianola. 1,909 tons aggregate for Ice con. Certlied or Cashier's check $200.00 Washington County M-5614-69-92. At the Weliman maintenance yard. 300 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Washington County M-S620- 69-92. On Iowa 92 one mile east ol Washington. 1,000 tons aggregate for shoulders. Cerlllled or Cashier's check $100.00 Webster County M-1535—69-94. AI Port Dodge maintenance yard at lunction U.i. 20 and U.S. 169; and at function U.S. 169 and I own 175 in Harcourt. 100 tons aggre gate lor Ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Woodfury County M-3104—69-9;. AI SMte ' yard on old Highway 20 In Correctionvihe; at maintenance yards at Sioux City ISA bella Street and at Sloan. 4,500 Ions aggregate lor ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $500 00 Woodbury County M-3I07--69-97. At the Sioux City Isabella Street maintenance i yard. 500 tons cover aggregate. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Date July 17, 1969 IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION Want Ad Rates 48 1.22 60 i.oa Nassau 91 San Juan '' Veracruz ' 3 WORLD Berlin (7 p.m.) Casablanca (6 p.m.) Geneva (7 p.m.) Madrid (7 p.m.) Moscow (9 p.m.) Saigon (7 a.m.' 'today')''.'.'.'. Warsaw (7 p.m.) ., (M—missing, T—trace) Sunrise today 6:05; Sunset 8:37. A YF=AR AGO High temperature in Des Moines .... 85 Low temperature In Des Moines 69 There was no precipitation. Moon Full moon from July 28 i through Aug. 3. Moon rises 8:50 p.m. Moon sets 5:03 a.m. Planets Mercury: SE, dawn; lost in solar glare ntil end of month. Venus: E, dawn, very br ght. Mars: SE, dusk, very br ght. Jupiter: S, dusk, very bright. Saturn; E, dawn, fairly bright. 12 DIE OF ENCEPHALITIS TAIPEI, FORMOSA (AP) Twelve children have died In 'ormosa since June of en- ephalitis, the Health Department reported Sunday. .10 .01 .09 82 79 79 CAINES-Mrs. Edith, 58, of 2908 Beverly drive, was dead on arrival al Iowa HE M A e DRICK- H C 0 o 5 r P dIu ' M., 72, of Norwalk, died sudnay at Iowa Methodist Hospital, WIECK-ErWin L., 6?, of 3523 University ave., died Sunday at Iowa Methodist others clared day at $19.75. The firm never paid a dividend. has Donaldson Dividend Donaldson Co., Inc., Minneapolis, which has Iowa plants at Grinnell, Cresco and Del \vein, declared a 50 per cen died Sunday at Iowa died "Sunday "a'f'Mer'cy Hos'pital. DCS Moines Births BERING—Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, 2724 E. Thirty-ninth court, a son, Sunday at Broadlawns Polk County Hospital. JOHNSON-Mr. and Mrs. Richard, 1005 S.W. Herold ave., a son, Sunday at Iowa Lytheran.Hojpltal. „ u _, , Lu on board missing. had been de- Names were stock dividend, in addition to a special year-end cash dividend of 20 cents a share. The company, which manufactures engine air cleaners, withheld until kin could be notified. He said the crew was from Pease Air Force Base, N.H., and was on temporary duty with the 4133rd Bomb Wing. Long Balks at Some Tax Plans WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) Senator Russell Long (Dem., La.), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said Sunday he could support more than half of the tax reform proposals approved by the House Ways and Means Committee. But he indicated opposition to the House group's minimum tax proposal and its approva of reduction of the oil depletion allowance from 27Vz to 20 per cent. Long appeared on the NBC program, "Meet the Press." ' He said the House committee's minimum tax proposal would hit not only the rich, but many people of middle income. THE DAY'S RECORD Des Moines Deaths '- Dr. Howard V., 59, aks drive, ot 3100 Charles, James B., 14I» Six ""fourth si", a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. . _ .> .... ELWELL-Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, 4115 Eleventh St., a son, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. ., fifth St., a Hospital. daughter, A, 4025 Seventy Sunday at Mercy NbL'TERIEKE-Mr. and Mrs, Robert T. 3751 S.E. Tenth St., a son, Sunday at Mrs. Russell, 1241 E fwenty-fifth'st., a son, Sunday at Mercy AR H N°Ol!D^Mr. and Mrs. Rex, 317 E Jet- lerson ave., a daughter, Sunday at Mer FR^-Mna'nd Mrs. Neal, of Indianola son, Sunday at Mercy Hospital. WILDICK-Jv\r. and Mrs. Allen W.. 712 Sandahl ave., a daughter, Sunday a Mercy Hospital. Where's the Fire? A M 9:34—2904 Merle Hay road, aulo. 11:01—1001 Pleasant St., rescue unit. 11:17 —1317 College av«., investigation. 12:02—1097 Twenty-sixth St., trash. 12:40—333 E. Hart ave., rescue unit. 1:00—245 E. Dunham eve., rescue unit. 1:40—151$ Forty-first St., Investigation. ):4S-<27 Tfilrty-sixth St., garage and 5:27-Mercv Hospital, trash. *— -"• ouf — ~ 9:08—350lDutmflue ave., 9:17—411 S.W. Kcnyon ave., grass. 9:21-411 S.W. Renyon ave., ""- rubbisn. grass, auto. mufflers, filters, seals and machined precision parts, will ! sue one additional share He also said that dustry pays more the oil in- taxes than is-j any other industry except to- of [bacco and liquor. Vandals Break Church Windows Vandals caused an estimatec $1,000 to $1,500 damage to the Highland Park Lutheran Church, 147 E. Euclid ave. sometime late Saturday or ear ly Sunday, police said. Treasurer Lloyd Peterson re ported eight or ten larg stained-glass windows and nu merous other windows wer broken by rocks. Hardin" County" M-1544—«»-42. On Iowa 8, one mile north of lunction with Iowa 75. 1,000 Ions cover aggregate. Certified or Cashier's check S200.00 Hardin County M-1545—69-42. On Iowa 5, 1.25 miles east of Radcliffe. 1,000 tons ° Ver "certffled'or Cashier's check J200.00 Harrison County M-3092—69-43. In Mis- iurl Valley maintenance yard located 2 lies N.E. of Missouri Valley along U.S. 0. 1,500 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check S200.00 Henry County M-5618—69-44. At the lount Pleasant maintenance yard. 1,000 ins aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Howard County M-2679—49-45. In mainte- ance yard east edge of Cresco. 400 tons ggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Ida County M-3093—49-4J. In Ida Grove aintenance vard. 1,200 tons aggregate ° r IC " Cer'tifled or Cashier's check $200.00 Jasper County M-J526—69-50. In Coltax laintenance yard; and one mile north of ionroe on Iowa 14. 1,100 tons aggregate or ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 each Item Jasper County M-1527—69-50. In Newton nterstate maintenance yard. 600 tons ag """ce'rlii^P^'shler's check $100.00 Jones County M-6132—«9-53. At the Ana mosa maintenance yard. 1,000 tons aggre 9 . Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 fceokuk County M-5409-49-54. On Iowa 49 approximately 1 mile south of Siqour ey. 1,500 tons aggregate for ice control. Certilied or Cashier's check $200.00 Lea County M-5423—49-54. On Iowa 14 rom lunctlon of Iowa 270 to lunction with l.S. 218; and on Iowa 103 from West Poin o Fort Madison, concrete pavement repair. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION J51-NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF IOWA, August 5, 1969 - ealed bids will be received by the Iowa ate Highway Commission at Its office in mes, Iowa, until 9 o'clock A.M. C.D.T. n the above date, for the various Items ot onstruction and-or maintenance work list- d below. Walled bids are to be sent to the owa State Hignway Commission Office al mes, Iowa, opening and reading of the ds will be performed at the Iowa State ighwav Commission Office at Ames, owa after v o'clock A.M. on the same ate such bids are scheduled to be re- eived, unless otherwise specified by the ommission. A Certified Check, made payable to the owa State Highway Commission or a ashler's Check, made payable to either ne Iowa State Highway Commission or to he Contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank hall be filed with each proposal, in an mount as set forth In the proposal form, ashler's checks made payable to the Con •actor shall contain an unaualified en orsement to the Iowa State Highway .ommission signed by the Contractor or is authorized agent. Failure to execute a ontract and file an acceptable bond anc Certificate of Insurance within 15 days of he date of the approval for awarding the ontract, as herein provided, wi I be lys nd sufficient cause for the denial of the ward and the forfeiture of the propose uarantee. Plans, specifications and Proposal forms or the work may be seen and secured af ie office of the 'owa State Highway Com mission, Ames, Iowa, until noon on the av previous to the lettinq. All proposals must be filed on the forms urnished by the Iowa State Highway Com mission, sealed and plainly marked. Pro losals containing any reservations no irovided for in the forms furnished will b< eiecteo, and the Iowa State Highwa-. Commission reserves the right to waive echnlcalitles and to relect any or all bids Attention of bidders is directed to tht Special Provisions covering the subletting r assigning of contracts. , ... Minimum wage rates tor all Federal Ale iroiects have been predetermined by the iccretary of Labor and are set forth In h An P Fede C ral °Ald contracts are sublect to he Work Hours Act of 1962, P.L. I7-5T nd Implementing regulations. . By virtue of statutory authority a pref irence will be given to products and pro Islons grown and roal produced within he State of Iowa, on prolecls in which lere are no Federal funds involved. The Iowa State Highway Commission, In iccordance with the provisions of Title V if the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (7§ Sta 52), hereby notifies all hidders that it wil affirmatively insure that the contract en ered into pursuant to this advertisemen will be awarded to the lowest responsible lidder without discrimination on th grounds of rac;, color, sex, religion or na Ada"'County M-4823-49-01. At Adal .nd Greenfield maintenance yards. 2,200 ons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check «oo no Adams County M-4824—69-02. At Comma naintenance yard. 800 tons aggregate fo Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Allamakee County M-2682—69-03. Alon owa 51 in Sec. 16-96-6. 1,500 tons aggre gate for bituminous mix. Certified or Cashier's check $500.00 Appanoose County M-5604-69-04. O Iowa 5 at maintenance yard Vt mile soul of Centerville. 1,500 tons aguresate for Ic "ontrol Certified or CasMer's check $200.OC Audubon Counly M-4825—69-05. At Ham n maintenance yard. 1,000 tons aggregat Certified or Cashier's check $100.0 Benton County M-6130-49-05. On U. c " at Atkins scale Vard; at junction U.i,. * and U.S. 218; and at lunction lowalOl an 363. 2,400 Ions aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Linn County AA-4133-49-57. On U.S. 30 a he west edge of Cedar Rapids, too ton aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Louisa County M-5610-49-58 At the Wa ello maintenance yard. 500 tons aggre 8a " '"ceM'S'cashier's check $100.00 Louisa County M-5611-49-58. At the Co umbus Junction maintenance yard. 50 ons aggregate for ice control. ........ Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Louisa County FN-61-3(7)-21.58. On U.S 1 approximately 2 miles north of Wapello iepair 918'x20' multiple span high trus bridB c'ertifled or Cashier's check $2,000.00 Lucas County M-5612-69-59. On Iowa 1.4 .5 miles north ol Chsrilon; and ir naintenance yard in Chariton. 1,500 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $20000 Madison County M-4830-69-61. At Wln- erset maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate for Ice control. . , ...... Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Marshall County M-l 528-69-64. At Mar- ihalltown maintenance yard. 800 tons ag- (R-448) — NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF IOWA, August 19, 1969 - ealed bids will be received by the low* late Highway Commission al Its office In Ames, Iowa, and at its official depository n the Wedgewood Room In tne Fort Des Vloines Hotel, Des Moines, Iowa, until 9 'clock A.M. C.D.T. on the above date, for he various items of construction and/or maintenance work listed below. Mailed >lds are to be sent to the iowa State High. way Commission Office at Ames, Iowa. )penlng and reading of the bids will be performed at the Iowa Slate Highway ;ommission Office at Ames, Iowa after 9 o'clock A.M. on the same date such bids are scheduled to be received, unless otherwise specified by tne Commission. A Certified Check, made payable to the owa State Highway Commission or a Cashier's Check, made payable to either he Iowa State Highway Commission or lo he Contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank ; hall be filed with each proposal In an I amount as set forth in the proposal form. Cashier's checks made payable to the Con- ractor shall contain an unqualified endorsement to the Iowa Slate Highway "ommission slaned by the Contractor or I his authorized agent. Failure to execute a ! contract and file an acceptable bond and Zertlflcate of Insurance within 15 days of , he date of the approval for awarding the contract, as herein provided, will be lust and sufficient cause for the denial of Ihe award and the forfeiture of t h e proposal guarantee. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and secured at Ihe office of the Iowa State Highway Commission, Ames, Iowa, until noon on the day previous to the letting. All proposals must be filed on the forms furnished by the Iowa State Highway Commission, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided tor in the forms furnished will be rejected, and the Iowa State Highway Commission reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions covering the subletting or assigning of contracts. Minimum wage rates lor all Federal Aid pro ects have been predetermined by the Secretary of Labor and are set forth in the specifications. All Federal Aid contracts are sublect to the Work Hours Act of 1962, P. L. 87-581 and Implementing regulations. By virtue of statutory authority a preference will be given to products and Provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, on proiects in which there are no Federal funds involved. The Iowa State Highway Commission, in accordance.with .the orovislons.qf Title Vi ^C*. of the Civil Rights 2H)7he?eb'y hbtTfies aif bidde'rafthaV't w'ni affirmatively insure »ha> the contract entered Into pursuant to this advertisment will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder without discrimination on the orounds of race, color, sex, religion or na- CIJrk 0 e ri 2o n u'ntv 1-35-1 (23)32-01 -20. On | .35 approximately 1 mile south of U.S. 34 in- t * rCh Se?t e i'flSd Ui o d r i c q ashl«r's Check $9,000- Delaware County Efl-Mt?) — 51-21. On secondary road in NE'/4 Sec. 27-89-6. Structure (Revetment and cnannel excavation cashier's check $500.00 Polk County 1-35-3(16)81-01-77. On 1-35 and 1-80 at Merle Hay interchange. 0.710 mile of reconstruction. Certified or Cashier's check $9,000.00 "certfl'iedVr' Cahsier's check $2,000.00 Pottawattamie Counly 1-80-1(78)19-0178. On 1-80 IfLSic. 10-76-42. Building., lea or I Certified~or Cashier's check $9,000.00 ?OW J A I ST 2 ATE 96 HIGHWAY COMMISSION check $.00.00 Marshall County M-1539-69-64 On old U.S. 30 approximately one mile west of unction with U.S. 30 and Iowa 330. 1,000 ons aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cash er's check $200.00 Marshall County M-1547-69-44. On Iowa 34 Irom State Center south 6 miles. 1,700 ons aggregate tor surfacing. Certified or Cashier's check MOO 00 Mills County M-4831-69-65. At maintenance yards In Glenwood and Emerson. "'OO tons aggregate tor ice control. CertlTieed or Cashier's check Jl no ™ Mills County M-4840-49-45. On U.S. 75, 0.1 mile south of U.S. 34 and on U.S. 275, '.1 miles north of Glenwood. 1,000 tons aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Mills County M-4843— 69-65. On U.S. 275, 7.5 miles north ot Glenwood; and on Iowa 185, 0.2 mile west ot U.S. 34. 400 tons coyer »Weg.aje. f |gd or Cashief - s che ck $100.00 Monona Counly M-3094-49-67. In maintenance yards at Mapleton, Onawa and Soldier. 3,000 tons aggregate tor ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $500.00 Monona County M-3106— 49-47. In Onawa maintenance yarn 500 tons W cover ag- iregate and 500 tons 4i" cover aggregate. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Montgomery County M-4832— 69-6». At Red oak maintenance yard. 400 tons aggregate tor Ice control. ;ertifled Muscatine p . . , . ied or Cashier's check $100.00 . $1. ... ___ ounty M-56)3-6»-70. On Iowa 70, '/4 rriie south of Nichols malnte- lance yard. 1,000 tons aggregate for ice """"''Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Muscatine County M-5614— 69-70. At the Muscatlne maintenance yard. 1,000 tons aggregate lor ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Muscatine County M-561 9-49-70. At the Muscatine maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Muscatine County M-5621-69-70. On Iowa 70, </4 mile south of Nichols maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate for bitu- mmous certified or Cashier'* check $100.00 O'Brien County M-3095-69-71. At Paullina maintenance yard, 1,000 tons aggregate for : ce conlrol. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Osceoia County M-3096—69-72. At Sibley maintenance yard. 500 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check tioo.OO Page County M-4833—49-73. At maintenance yards in Shenandoah and Clarinda. 700 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Page County M-4133-69-73. At maintenance yards in Shenandoah and Clarinda. 700 tons aggregate for ice control. Certilied or Cashier's check $100.00 Page County M-4841-69-73. At the east lunctlon of Iowa 2 and M.S. 71. 300 tons aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 Plymouth Count - " " maintenance yards ' 2,000 tons aggregati M-3097—49-75. At Boone Counly M-1521—49-0». mile south of Boone maintenance yarc and at site Vi mile west ot Ogden. l.OOC tons aggregate for ice control. .,„. Certified or Cashier's check $100.0< each item Boone County M-1534—69-08. At maintenance yard ' i mile south ol Boone mainte nance garage; and at site '2 mile west o Ogden. l.OOO tons aggregate for shoulders Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 each item Boone County M-1541—69-08. At majnt nance varo 'i mile south of Boone mamt nance garaqe. 1.000 tons cover aggregate. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Bremer County M-2683— 69-09. Furnish to Hiqnway Commission trucks at plant site. 510 tons asphaltlc concrete for maintenance patching. Certified or Cashier's check $500.00 Buchanan County M-6131—69-10. On Iowa 150, 5.3 miles south ol Independence; on Iowa 150, 5.2 miles north of Indeoendence; at iunction of Iowa 150 and 190; and on Iowa 282, 2.3 miles south of US. 20. 4,000 Ions agoregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashier's check sioo.OO each item Buena Vista County M-3085—69-11. At Storm Lake maintenance yard. 1,000 tons aggregate tor ice control Certilied or Cashier's clwck. 5ir,o "1 Calhpun Counly M-3086-69-13. At Rockwell Cily maintenance yard. l.OOO tons ag- j In Akrbn"and ILtMars". ons aggregate for ice control. CerlTfledor Cashier's check $200.00 ihontas Counly M-3098-69-76. At . ... At 1,000 tons Pocanontas — — Pocahonfas maintenance yard, aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cahsier'5 check $100.00 Polk County M-l 529-69-77. At Altoona maintenance yard. 2,000 tons aggregate for ice control. Certified or Cashier's check $200.00 Polk Counly M-l 530— 69-77. At Holcomb Avenue maintenance garage in De: Moines. 1,503 tons aggregate lor ice con tro'. Certified or Cashier's check $200.no Polk Couniy M-1531-49-77 (R-449) - NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids for Buildings & Grounds Projects will be received by the Iowa State Highway Commission, Purchasing Jepartment, Ames, Iowa, until 9:00 A.M. •DT, August 13, 196» tor the following: Type of Work — Building Construction complete, Iowa State Highway Commission Garage near Pacific Junction, Iowa Prolect B5-214BtpOO)»0-12 Butler Counly Proposal Guaranty Reguired $4,000.00 Certified or Cashier's Check. Type of Work — Reroofing Maintenance Garage, Allison, Iowa Proiect BG-2)6B(000)BO-12 Butler County Proposal Guaranty Check Required $100 Certified or Cashier's Check. . Bids will be opened and read publicly in he Commission Letting Room alter 9:00 i A.M. CDT on the above date. | All bids shall be submitted on proposal > orms prepared by the Commission as aart ot the contract documents. ! bid shall be delivered to the Iowa State Highway Commission, Purchasing Department, Ames, Iowa, sealed in the provided envelopes marked with the name ol the >idder, proiect and division of work. Con- racf documents are on file at tne Iowa State Highway Commission and may be secured by contacting the ahoye department until noon on the day previous to the e The 9 iowa Stale Highway Commission reserves the right to consider the experience and responsibility of bidder In determining which proposal it deems lo be to Its best nterests, and may defer acceptance of any bid for a period not to exceed 30 days, pending necessary details. The Iowa State Highway Commission reserves the right to reiect any or all bids re | C OWA d STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION .R-421) - NOTICE OF HEARING ON AM APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO WITHDRAW" WATER FOR .HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION Notice Is hereby given that there is now on file in Ihe Office of Iowa Natural Resources Council, James Grimes Building. 3es Moines Iowa, an application from Jenton County lor a permit to withdraw water for highway construction as herein described. The water will be withdrawn Irom any stream or watercourse on the riant of way of the road being constructed, and roads within one mile of the road being constructed. Applicant requests a permit to withdraw water in the maximum quantity of 1,000,000 gallons at a maximum rate of 150,000 gallons per day during the period August" to December 1, 1969. The water will be used In construction on a county road from the W '.i corner of Sect on 23, TI2N, R10W, easterly about 3.3 miles to Norway inSection 20, TI2N, R9W, all In Benton County, Iowa. Notice is further given that • public hearing will be held at 9:10 A.M. DST, on August!, )9«, at the Office of the Water Commissioner, James Grimes Building, Des Moines, Iowa, at which time and place or at any adlournment, the Water Commissioner or his Deputy will take evidence by the applicant and, any other person either In support of or In opposition to the granting of the permit requested. R. G. Billiard Water Commissioner (R-416)—NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received at r ville maintenance yard. 2.000 tons aggre gate for ice control Certified or Cashier's check S70J.OO Poltawaltamie County M-4834- 69-78. At Council Bluffs maintenance yard on Iowa in. 800 tons aggregate for ice control ; Certified or Cashier's check SIOO.OO Pottawattamio County M-4835—69-71. Al ! the maintenance Yards in Avoca and Oak- j land. 2.000 tons aggregate for ice control.! Certified or Cashier's *~heck s^nc.oo i Pottawattamie County M-4842-69-78. At I maintenance yard south of Council Bluffs; at north Iunciion of U.S. 59 and Iowa 2; and on Iowa 92, 1 mile west of Carson. 2 750 tons aggregate for shoulders. Certified or Cashler'.j check $100.00 each item Pottawattamie Counly M-4844—69-7J, At lunction of Iowa 92 and U.S. 59. 300 tons cover the office of the Iowa State Highway Commission, Ames. Iowa. Attention: C. H. Kies, until 9:00 A.M., CDT, August 13. 1969, for the following: Certified or Cashier's Check Required 8 Low Bed Trailers. 24.000 Ibs GVW Rated Capacity (without trade-ins) $800.00 7 Trucks, Tandem Axle (49.000 Ibs GVW , with Snow Removal Attachments (No |-! trade-ins) $3,500.00 "'6 Trucks, Extra Heavy Duly, lour v/hee drive (36.000 Ibs OVW Min.) with Snow Removal Attachments (no trade-ins) S3.SOO.OO Proposal forms and additional information may be secured al the above office All proposals tiled shall be on forms fur m-jhca by the Slate, sealed and plainly marked. The right to waive technicalities i and to reject any or all bids is reserved. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and pro- I vision grown and coal produced within the Slate of towa. (Chap. 73, Code 1966). IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION qrcgate'for Tee control.' """" Certified'or Cashier's check $100.00 Certified or Cashier's check $100.00 I Pottawattamie Counly M-4845—69-78. Carroll Coun-y M-3087—69-14. At Carroll Furnish to Highway Commission trucks at _ "(R-453)~ NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that Sealed Proposals for Carpeting of the Addition to Rolling Green Elementary School, 81st & Airline, Urbandale, Iowa and "he Addition lo Olmsted Elementary School, 72nd 4 Prairie, Urbandale, iowa will be received Want Ads .may a De» The Tfle In iMlH "Atoinei~lHt7ltHr «ndl .... O«« Moines Tribune en weekdays for one price. AM jpoterlnt en consecutive deyt may include . Sunday at no In- crtate In rates, GENERAL CLASSIFICATIONS per HIM 70c 77c 87c 95c s / r jer day 7 4 3 days 2 days per MM per dty per line per day per MM per dey days days 1 line 95c 1.05 per line 1 dally temblnaiien 1 Sunday •Rate! apply for consecutive In. sertlons. Minimum size ad—2 lines. Add 3% Iowa Mies tax. HELP WANTED FROM WITHIN IOWA 75c 82c 92c 1.00 1.00 per line 1.10 per line IMF day per UN per day ' per Una per dey per line per day far t days days 3 days 2 days 1 dally combination 1 Sunday Rate* apply for consecutive Insertions. Minimum site ad—2 lines. Add 3% Iowa sales tax. ortitlni rait only- 'ssfpsass. Add 3% Iowa tales tax! FOUND ads run free for 3 days 90 letters and) spaces to each line. THIS 3 line ad contains appro*!- Jjelely W letters and spaces or 30 letters and spaces per line. eon- error nt It Deadlines Weekday Issues: 4 p.m. ere. ceding day, except ads for Saturday, which uT» a.m. Friday. Sunday issue: State-wide all •dltions Friday 4 p.m. City edition, Des Moines and surround' Ing counties, Friday 7 p.m. Lobby Offico Trained ad writer on duty: Mon.-Thurs. 1:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Frl. to 7 p.m.. Sat. to 1 p.m. Phone Service Want Ads taken 7 days a week. Trained ad writers on duty Won., Tyes,, Wed., 1:30 a.m. to « p.m.; -Thurs., Frl. 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sat., 1:30 a.m. to S p.m.; Sunday » a.m. to 5 p.m. For further Information writa Fred Bell, Classified Depart* ment: Register and Tribune DCS Moines, Iowa 50304. In Th» DM Moines ATM Phone 284-8(41 In All Iowa Call Free 800-362-1836 . INDEX Of Meier Clatilflcetlens ANKBNY _ - Sf. r vices for vVTflTam Oonaahv. nge 75 of fture.1 Route, Slfller. Iowa will M Monday at 2:00 P.M. at (he United Church of Chris), Ankeny, iowa. intermeot win be Lincoln cemetery, Alleman, Iowa. Visitation after 4:00 P.M. Sunday. _ A rik eny Fune ral Home ..TAINT CHARLES __ TOW.KS - Services for Henry l*c Tomr-5 will be Monday 2:00 P.W 'at United Presbyterian Church at Spirit Charles. Interment Saint Q>.* r lf ; Cemetery. Kale Service WEST DES .ertllled or Cashier's check $200.00 Sioux County M-3101-69-14. At Alton „.,„„,., _ v .^ maintenance yard and at junction ol Iowa O f the Iowa State Highway Commas, O n. 10 and Iowa to north Of Alton. 2.000 tons Ames, Iowa, Attention C H Kies. unt.i aooreoate lor; ice control. , ...,»«»« ! ':00 A.M.. CDT. Auoust 13, 1W, tor the Certified or Cashier's check 1200.00 i toiiowmo Sioux County M-1302-69-84. At mainte-! ' Certified or Cashier's nance yerd at Hawarden 500 loni aaere-1 v Ch(ck Required , tete for Ice control. .,«... ! 2,145 Gallons of Paint, 300 Gal. of Enamel, ei. "-'/I!"? 1 0 u C ,"lM ltr /l« l « < il h ' C At $1 ¥n?k « nd '•'» G *'- RM LMd »500 00 „ S . |8UX - C ?Si2?..4i: 1 L ( fc**?ftiii A .LJ Y£ «».MO SO. Ft. of mqh Density Overlay i Valley_malnfenance yard. 2,000 tons at- Type Douglas Fir Plywood JHO.OO; Approx. 99,980 Tons ot Bulk Rock Sail i S20.000.CO i Proposal forms and additional information may be secured at ihe above ofticr All proposals tiled shall be on forms furnished by Ihe Stale, sealed and plainly marked. The rloht to waive technicalities S nd to relect any or all bids Is reserved. y virtue ot statutory authority, a prelcr. ence will be given lo products and provision grown and coal produced within the Slate of Iowa. (Chap. 73. Code 1966' IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION i (R~and T-4471 NOTICE TO BIDDERS PUBLIC EMPLOYES BLANKET HON ESTY AND FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE 1 BOND; The Iowa Department of Public Safety Is renuestlna sealed bids tor public employes blanket honesty and failhiui' performance bond comolyina with section 80.16, Code of Iowa 1966. Copies ef pro-; posal forms, aeneral provision and the no ; slllon list may be received at the office! ~ Dorothy Crouse, accounting division.) 1 " ent ol Public Salelv. Robcrl i uildlnq. Dfs Moines. Iowa. Bidv __ received by the Deoartment c', Public Safety until 10:00 A.M. Augusl 2?. 1969. MART IN -Services for John H. Martin of Winterset formerly of Wesi D^s Moines will be 5:00 P.M. Mon rMv at McLaren's Funeral Homf. interment Olondale Cemetery. _. WJITERiET ___ i rc6cff~se"fvices' ior ffeubon B l.r- f.(f.a will t- • ci.iy at J P.M, 'at the Collins Funeral Hnmp. inter- A CARD OF THANKS Published in The Register and Tribune it a fit- tmg way to express your appreciation of floral tributes, alft» and niher Kindness. Cell )W-II41 for tugoeited mess.ioes. loUi M»n«imnti 3 4 SPACES Highland Memorial Garden, Lord's Sur-ner. J500, 244-7955. CHAPEL HILL Gardens, '2 «paces. JUS each. 262-0971 alter 4 PM Dith ALLYN— For information regarding services for David E. Allvn, age 70, ol 3817 First Street, call 288-6551. Arnold's Highland Park Funeral _ Home. _ _ BASFORD— Services tor Samuel S. Basford of 1311 Oak Park will be at 9:30 A.M. Monday at Arnold's Highland Park Funeral Home. Interment will be in Havre, Montana. • BARNES— Services tor Mrs. Maxfna L. Barnes of Landidale, Pennsylvania, formerly of Des Moines, will uesday 10:30 .. ton's Funeral Home East Sixth and A.M. at Hamil Lyon. Interment Laurel Hill Ceme lery COTTRELL - Memorial services for Thomas W. Cottrell of SI. Petersburg. Florida, formerly of Of. Moines. will be Monday 11:00 a.m. at the Westover funeral home. Interment Woodland ceme- FORDVcE—Private services lor DT. Frank Fordyce ol 4514 Beaver Crest Drive will be Tuesday at the convenience of the family al Dunn's on Grand. Interment Masonic Cemetery. CRAHAM-Services for Mrs. Fannie A. Graham, 725 southwest Herold will be held Monday 10:30 am. at Hamilton's Funeral Home, East Sixth and Lyon. Interment Glendale Cemetery. HEADRICK—Services for Mrs. Cor- dlus N. Headrlck of Norwalk, Iowa will be Tuesday 2:00 PM at the Gallaway-McLaren Funeral Home. Interment Linn Grove Ceetery. _ fCUGEL—Services for Mrs. Anna M". Kuael of 664 Thirty First Street will be Monday 10:00 A.M. at St. Augustin's Catholic Church. Rosary Sunday 8:00 P.M. at the Funeral htome. Caldwell-Brlen-Robbins 2100 University. M'ERRILL-PrivYle services for Miss Hollle Ann Merrill, 6405 Center will be Tuesday 11:00 A.M., Dunn's on Grand. Interment Chapel Hill Cemetery. PAULSEN—For information regarding services for Soren Paulsen ol 611 Allison, Apt. 4, call The Oahl- strom Funeral Home. PRESSLY—Services for Mrs. Emm fl Pressly of 1429 Maine Street will b» Monday 3:00 PM at Hamilton's Fu- ntral Home East Sixth and Lyon. Interment Woodland Cemetery. RUSCO—For information reqard-nq services lor Ray Rusco of 1820 Je<- lerson, call Dunn's on Grand 24^2121 TURNER—Services for Dr. Howard V. Turner of 3800 River Oaks Drive will be Tuesday 1:00 PM at Dunn's on Grand. Interment Masonic Gem- elery fttsi -Services tor Mrs Editn West ol 1600 Lav Street will be 1 P M. Monday at the Oahistrom Funeral Home. Interment Laurel Hill. WIECK—Services for Erwin L. Wieck of 3523 University will b« 3:00 PM Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church. Interment Resthaven. Dahlslrom Service. s'F'ft AYS ~p"i7inK""fio'u<iuPts Co'r DOHERTY FLOWERS IMP 2nd Avo. Lost and Found FLOWERS BY OLSAN'S HO* f. Grand 3«?-566d 80 CAT —" ' large stn'ped~newlereW"mal'e, red collar, lost vir. 6th and Franklin reward, 282-0/IQ. CAT, lioht tiser striped, female lost vjc. E. ?7lh-Euclld, 262-4450. DACHSHUND mix doa, female, found vicinity of South Union and McKinlr-y,_pwner_ldenlify. 285-3331. DOG female black found "Wesf Des Mo!nps._pwner call 255-1497 GERMAN SHEP~HER"O' femaie~iost vie. 33rd and Clark. "Sissy". Reward. 255-5470 eve. or. davsjl3-06?i. GLASSES, pink rimi, "found at 12th .??"d Highj.282-8572.. • _ LOST, fcn<rBuiiGog. female, Br.r vie ol 54lh bet. Dounlas & Madison, 5 mos. old. Rew»"i 3M-0665 FOUND, German Shep-Collle IVP» doq, M, tan-white, white eves Vic 61 jl and Woodland Rd. 274-0347 FRf:frr~Vou can run a found ad Three Lines tor Three Days .cairan Ad-Visor 2114.8141. .., Si.WARD ior return Mldo watch, m.in'i gold calendar expansion bracelet. Initials on back. . L OST brown and gold collie lemai> vrcinliy Greenfield Plain itre/t or So '.ide Reward, 785-6174, 243-11666. FOUN0 Thursday Grey German T>i 'insurer, North Sixth Avenue, 2-'i «55 Hon. MOTHER'S ring lound " Wednesday, ._. J _-_ fiOY'i; or man's watctiPound~vicTniT» /'Irfl an.) Un:v Friday. 276-6*56. Notices 90 FRATERNAL NOTICES •:•.(*, 7 July ' -A Au »'••' A Pr C d Glslal Thirds 6:00 u »- 4 Seconds 6:30 ug. 11 Stated 7:30 aln, WM-W. B., Kyd, p.m. p.m. p.m. Sec. Ptrsonils 140 S ingle-Widowed—Divorced Men and women ?5 lo 50. For inlor- mation about Country Club lor •male people write COSMAW «AS1 Hloomfield Rd. or 7H5-974I FILMS DfcVELOPtp 39c S I. 'no-jui-c BMr.k and Whit*. .19c; 1? E. «p.. 50c. 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