Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 27, 1976 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Bobcats Roll, 78-67 ROCKWELL CITY - No. 4 St. Bernard of Breda won the Class A boys' sectional .and their 22nd straight game, whipping Sac City, 78-67, here Thursday night. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Feb. 27, 1976 Olerich Rebounds — -Statf Photo Wall Lake's Mike Olerich hauls in a rebound Thursday night during the Comets' loss to Lake View-Auburn. LV-A won the 61-46 contest and advanced to Tuesday night's district clash with Mondamin West Harrison in Onawa at 7:30 p.m. Olerich, guarded by Steve Hammerstrom (12) and Jeff Frank, scored nine points for the Comets. Tim Nieland was the big gun for the Breda Bobcats firing in 25 points. Bobcat Dan Schwabe wasn't far behind, swishing in 22 points. "Nieland played a super game and Schwabe was strong in the second half," commented Bobcat Coach Ray Wall. "Our free throws made the game for us," Wall added. Breda hit 22 out of their 32 free throws, while the Indians only landed five out of 14 charity line attempts. "Our shot percentage was pretty good even though we may have been a little tired," said Wall. The Indians netted three more field goals than the Bobcats, 31-28. The Breda headman praised Joe Heim for coming off the bench and "hitting some key baskets." Heim tallied eight points. "We now have the best record of any Breda team with our 22-0 season," stated Wall. The Bobcats led from the start of the game. They held a 15-point lead three times during the second half. The •halftime score was, 37-28, in favor of the Bobcats. Four Indians scored in double figures. Carl Blaha netted 15 points, Tim Welch hit 14 points, Greg Bartlett pumped in 12 points and Greg Samuelson tallied 10 points. Tom Koster was the only other Bobcat in double figures scoring 13 points besides Nieland and Schwabe. Breda advanced into Thursday's championship game by topping Lohrville. 70-52, Wednesday. The Bobcats will face Manson in the first round of district play Tuesday night at Fort Dodge. Published by the Students of Carroll High School Vol. 23 Carroll, Iowa, Daily Times Herald, February 27. 1976 No. 22 Box Score: Sac City Sacesar . . . Samuelson Blaha Bartlett . . . Welch Long Drey FG 4 .. 5 7 .. 6 .. 6 ? 1 To. Galbraith 0 Totals 31 Breda FG Koster a Nieland . . . Schwabe . . Pudenz. . Steinkamp Heim Totals .. 9 .. 8 ? .. 2 4 70 Scoring by Quar Sac City ...16 Breda .....19 FT o-i 0-1 1-5 0-0 2-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 5-14 FT 7-8 7-9 6-9 1-2 1-3 0-1 22-32 ters: 12 14 18 18 PFTP 3 8 5 10 2 15 5 12 5 14 3 6 1 2 0 0 24 67 PFTP 4 13 2 25 2 22 4 5 3 5 4 8 19 78 25-67 23—78 Biology I Class Gains Experience Oh yuck! screams a Biology I student just after viewing the inside of a worm, and before he faints. This is just one of the many reactions of Biology I students — caught by the staff reporter. Biology I classes are held first and second periods, five days a week (stomach permitting). What do you use to dissect? Well, our biology classes use these tools: scalpel, two foreceps, scissors (usually with a dull point), a probe, and of course the organism. As of this time the class has dissected a worm, a clam and also a crayfish. The class has yet to dissect a frog and a fetal pig — among others. To begin dissection, the students find their tools and a tray to place the specimen in, along with some pins to hold it in place. Then you must always "read Senior of the Month Aggies Get by Bulldogs LASCRUCES.N.M. (API- Co-Captains Russell Letz and Bill Allen scored 20 points each, and New Mexico State unleashed a 'balanced scoring attack to roll over Drake 105-99 Thursday night in a Missouri Valley Conference basketball clash. Official Legal Publications COUNCIL MEETING FEBRUARY 17,1»7* Carroll, Iowa, February 17,1*7* The Council of Carroll, Iowa, met on the above date. In special session, pursuant to law, and the rules of said Council and In accordance with the terms of a notice of meeting, a copy of which was served on each member of the Council within the time required by law and accepted in writing by each member thereof, said notice of meeting being as follows: NOTICE Carroll, Iowa, February 13,1976 TO: Jerald W. Knauss, Norman D. Schulz, Darwin Bunger, Louis R. Galetich, Valerie Wlndschltl, Robert Kraus—Carroll, Iowa Council Members You are hereby notified that a meeting of the Council of Carroll, Iowa, will be held/on the 17 day of February, 1976, at the City Hall in Carroll, Iowa, at 5 o'clock P.M., for the purpose of adopting a Resolution Directing the Sale of $65,000.00 Street Improvement Bonds and $280,000.00 Street Construction Bonds, and for such other business in connection therewith as may come before the meeting. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Ronald H. Schechtman Mayor Service of the foregoing notice Is hereby acknowledged: /s/ Darwin Bunger /s/ Jerald W. Knauss /s/ Louis R. Galetich /s/ Valerie Windschitl The meeting was called to order by Ronald H. Schechtman, Mayor, and on roll call the following Council Members were present: Bunger 1 Knauss, Galetich, Wind- schitl Absent: Norman D. Schulz & Robert Kraus The Mayor announced that this wa's the time for public hearing on the matter of the issuance of $65,000.00 Street Improvement Bonds and $280,000.00 Street Construction Bonds, and asked if any written objections had been filed. No oral objections were offered and the Clerk advised no written objections had been filed. This also being the time and place for the opening of bids for the sale of said above described bonds, the meeting was thrown open for the receipt of bids for said bonds. The following sealed bids were received and not opened: $65,000 STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS People's Trust & Savings Bank - Indianola, Iowa • Shaw, McDermott & Co. - Des Molnes, Iowa Commercial Savings -Carroll, Iowa $280,000.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS Kirchner, Moore and Co. - Omaha, Nebr. Shaw, McDermott & Co. - Des Molnes, Iowa Carleton D. Ben Co. - Des Molnes, Iowa Commercial Savings Bank - Carroll, Iowa Iowa Des Molnes National Bank - Des Molnes, Iowa Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Co. -Chicago, III. First Mid America v - Omaha, Nebr. Open bids were then called for and the best open bid received was as follows: $65,000.00STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS None $280,000.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS NONE Whereupon, the sealed bids were opened and the best sealed bid was as follows: $65,000.00STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS Commercial Savings Bank - Carroll, Iowa Net I nterest .Cost • $19,455.25 Effective Rate • 5.499% $280,000.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS Commercial Savings Bank - Carroll, Iowa Net Interest Cost • $84,967.75 Effective Rate - 4.786% . Council Member Louis R. Galetich Introduced the .following Resolution and moved Its adoption. Council Member Jerald W. Knauss seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was, AYES:. Bunger, Knauss, Galetich and Windschitl NAYS: None Whereupon, the Mayor declared the following Resolution duly adop- ted: • RESOLUTION DIRECTING SALE OF $65,000.00 STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS AND $280,000.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS OF CARROLL, IOWA WHEREAS, pursuant to notice as required by law, bids have been received at public sale for the following described bonds, and the best bid received is that of: $65,000.00 STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS Commercial Savings Bank of Carroll, Iowa, the terms of said bid being: Net Interest Cost of-$19,455.25 Effective Rate of - 5.499% $280,000.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS Commercial Savings Bank of Carroll, Iowa, the terms of.said .bid being: Net Interest Cost of - $84,967.75 Effective Rate of - 4.786% NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA: Section 1. That the said enumerated bids, above set out, are hereby determined to be the best and most favorable bids received; and, that said bonds be and they are hereby awarded on said bids. Section 2. That the form of contracts for the sale of said bonds is hereby approved and the Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to execute the same on behalf of the Municipality. PASSED AND APPROVED, this 17 day of February, 1976. /s/ Ronald H. Schechtman Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Leon P. Oswald Clerk V •••••••• An Ordinance on closing hours of the City Parks was read for the second time. The third reading will take place at the next scheduled Council meeting. An Ordinance on the vacation of a portion of Quint Avenue was introduced by Councilman Bunger, and read for the first time. The second reading will take place at the next scheduled Council meeting. A petition signed by ten property owners asking that the alley which runs east and west off Quint Avenue between Ninth and Tenth Streets be abandoned and vacated, was presented to the Council. It was moved by Bunger and seconded by Windschitl to have the City Attorney draw up the necessary Ordinance to vacate said alley. On roll call all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. It was moved by Knauss and seconded by Galetich to cancel a Cigarette Permit for the New Casino Cafe and to approve renewal of the following Beer Permits: Class "C" Beer for Brenny's Market Class "C" Beer for Safeway Store Class "B" Beer, including Sunday sales for the Pizza Hut On roll call all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. It was moved by Bunger and seconded by Knauss to approve payment of $431.10, from Revenue . Sharing Funds to the Monroe Company for office equipment. On roll call all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. It was moved by Bunger and seconded by Galetich to authorize Mayor Schechtman to execute an agreement with the State Department of Transportation, as follows: ACQUISITION OF . RIGHT OF WAY 1976 To: Iowa Department of Transportation Office of Urban Systems 826 Lincoln Way Ames, IA 50010 Subject: Assurances regarding future acquisition of right of way for highway projects funded with Federal-Aid funds. To comply with the provisions of the 1970 Uniform Relocation Assistance and Land Acquisition Policies Act, the City Council of the dity of Carroll, Iowa furnishes the following assurances to the Iowa Departme.nt of Transportation: 1, It is the policy of the City of Carroll, Iowa to acquire the right-of- way In accord with Title III of said 1970 Act and applicable State laws. 2. It Is the policy of the City of Carroll, Iowa to provide relocation assistance benefits in accord with Title II of said 1970 Act and applicable State laws. 3. The above named City will contact the Iowa Department of Transportation for assistance as needed to assure compliance with applicable laws which are summarized in the Instructions entitled " R I gh t-of-Way Acquisition Policies and Procedures." /s/ Ronald H. Schechtman Mayor of City 2-17-76 Date Approved ' On roll call all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. It was moved by Knauss and seconded by Bunger to authorize Mayor Schechtman to execute a Certificate of Substantial Completion on the Mechanical Construction at the Municipal Complex, effective March 31,1975. On roll call all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. There being no further business to transact at this time, the Council agreed to adjourn. RONALD H. SCHECHTMAN MAYOR ATTEST: Leon P. Oswald City Clerk February 27,1976 unlimited power to engage In and do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful businesses for which corporations may be organized under Chapter 496A of the Iowa Code. 4. The corporation has the authority to Issue 5000 shares of common stock with the par value of $100.00 each. 5. The address of the corporation's registered office Is Route 1, Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa, and the name of the .registered agent at said address is Victor P. Wendl.' 6. The names and addresses of the corporation's directors as designated In the Articles of Incorporation are: Victor F. Wendl, Route 1, Carroll, Iowa 51401 Marie E. Wendl, Route 1, Carroll, Iowa 51401. , Date'b this 26 day lot 'February, 1976. ~ * WENDL, INC. BY: ' Ronald H. Schechtman Its Attorney February 27,1976 NOTICE OF FILING OF BRANCH OFFICE APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Section 545.14 of the rules and regulations for the Federal Savings and Loan System, the First Federal Savings and Loan Association, Carroll, Iowa, has filed an application with the Federal Home Loan Bank Board for. permission to establish a branch office at; or In the immediate vicinity of 5th and Main Streets, Coon Rapids, Iowa. The application has been delivered to the office of the Supervisory Agent of the said Board, located at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, Second at Center, Des Moines, Iowa 50309. Any person may file communications. Including briefs, in favor or in protest of said application at the aforesaid office of the Supervisory Agent within 10 days (or within 30 days if advice is filed within the first 10 days stating that more time is needed to furnish additional Information) after the date of this publication. Four copies of any communication should be filed. The application and all communications in favor or in protest thereof are available for inspection by any person at the aforesaid office of the Supervisory Agent. First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Carroll February 27,1976 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Pursuant to Section- 496A.52, the undersigned corporation .'hereby publishes the following Information: 1. The name of the corporation is WENDL, INC. 2. The day of the beginning of the corporation's existence was February 18, 1976 and It shall continue perpetually thereafter unless sooner dissolved or terminated. 3. The purpose for which the corporation was organized is to have the IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11131 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Mike Mitchell Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Mike Mitchell Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 26th day of February, 1976, the last will and testament of Mike Mitchell deceased bearing date of the 9th day of April, 1965, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Hilda Ann Mite he I.I was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within six months from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 26th day of February, 1976. • • Hilda Ann Mitchell 400 South Walnut St. Carroll, Iowa, 51401 Crame, Peters & McMinlmee Attorneys for said Executor 514'/j North Adams St. Carroll, Iowa 51401 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 5th day of March, 1976. February 27; March 5,1976 Dan Onken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Onken of Lidderdale, was selected as February's "Senior of the Month." Dan is currently enrolled in these courses — Chemistry, Accounting, and American West. Athletics takes up the major portion of time. During this season of the year, Dan is kept busy by basketball practice and games. He is a 6'2" guard for the Tigers. In the fall, Dan participated in football, where he started part of the time. He also takes part in track in the spring. Dan is currently the president of his Lutheran Youth Church Group of Lidderdale. He also fills his spare time by doing farmwork at home and various other places. Plans after graduation for Dan are to major in Agriculture Management while attending Ellsworth College in Iowa Falls. Notes 'n News Carroll High vocal groups presented their exchange concert today in Jefferson. The mixed chorus and swing choirs performed. Jefferson music groups will be returning with their half of the exchange concert on March 4th. -0- • • Good luck to all those competing in District Individual Speech Contest tomorrow in Denison. May all your hard work pay off. -0- Stage Band members travel to Omaha tomorrow to compete in the Great Plains Jazz Festival sponsored by the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The bus will load at 9:00 a.m. and depart at 9:30 a.m. All trophies will be awarded at 4:30 in the afternoon. -0- The Carroll Tigers Varsity and Junior Varsity ball clubs journey to Prairie for basketball action beginning at 6:30p.m. -0- Student Senate held a meeting this past week on Wednesday. During the meeting they discussed such things as the dance tentatively set for March 12. and also Steve Esbeck and Rita Harmening as the nominees for parliamentarian. DAN ONKEN, selected as "Senior of the Month" for February. before cutting" as the saying goes! The dissector must look for various organs and answer the various questions on his "lab" sheet. In this way Mr. Foval knows who actually did the dissection! (There are also some educational reasons for recording the intormation). After completing the dissection all specimens are deposited into the round-file. Through the different dissections the students gain a better understanding of what they have covered in their text. If the students make it through Biology I, they have the opportunity to advance to bigger and better (?) things — like the cat dissection in Biology II. Here are some of the reactions and comments some of the students of Biology I had on the subject of dissection. Scott Abbe: "I have mixed reactions. Part of me wants to throw worms at the girls, the other part wants to lose my stomach." Julie Harmening stated, "Usually the first day makes me nauseated, but the more I get used to it, the more fun it is." "It's pretty interesting and kind of fun," Richard Riesberg commented. Lori Wilkens has this to say, *'I think it's fun, but it sort of matters what we're dissecting, if it's something sickening it's not as much fun." And Rusty Fisch made a remark about the formaldehyde being something not too good to smell. Lisa Fredrikson found the whole thing to be rather exciting and had this to say, "I love it! I think it's super fun, I loved cutting UD the clam. You should see the gross inside!'' It seems dissecting will always be named as one of the more interesting times in biology classes, of course the only other alternatives would be taking notes or testing! Sports Scene TIGER CAGERS TO BEGIN DISTRICT The new month of March brings with it the district tournaments for Boys' Class AA basketball. Those who plan on gaining one of the coveted state berths will have to come in like lions or suffer the consequences of losing and go out like lambs. Our own Carroll Tigers will also throw their hat into the ring Monday. March 1. as they meet Audubon in Audubon at 7:30 p.m. The Wheelers have been tamed twice in previous loop action this year by the Tigers, and this third confrontation should go the same way. Coach Dennis Lokken and his club finish out their regular season tonight at Prairie of Gowrie. They stand at 9-8 going into Friday's game and hopefully will carry a win record above the 50 per cent mark into Monday's district contest. But. as most players agree, records don't mean much when it comes to playing for all the marbles. The Tigers of 1971 proved that point when they turned a losing regular season in for a ticket to the state tournaments, so GOOD LUCK TIGERS!!!!! Thought For the Week More youngsters would follow the straight and narrow path if they saw some adults traveling that route. School District Budget Estimate Fiscal Year July 1,1974 - June 30,1*77 NOTICE: The Board of Directors of the Carroll Community School District, Carroll County, Iowa will meet March B, 1976 at 7:30 p.m. at Central Building In the Elementary Media Center. Taxpayers will be htard at that time for or against the following estimate. This is a summary of the supporting detail of budget receipts and expenditures on file with the secretary. Copies of the supplemental detail (Schedule 632-A) will be furnished an ' request. any taxpayer upon /s/ Deanne Dentllnger, Secretary TIGERETTES END SEASON ON WINNING NOTE Improvement and accomplishment are words that best describe the basketball season for the Carroll Tigerettes. Coach Don Oleson and assistant Steve Hodges have piloted the girls to a successful 16-9 record, ending with a 51-38 District consolation victory over Dows High School at Jewell Tuesday. Throughout the playing year the cagers faced opponents from the surrounding area, meeting conference foes twice. Audubon won the first girls' crown for the Mid-West Conference with an impressive 13-1 loop record. Carroll finished fourth, posting a respectable 8-6 mark. Improvements include the Tigerettes' recent advances in tournament action. .Their third place finishes in Sectional and District competition are unprecendented feats for a CHS girls' squad. Heading the list of accomplishments is the fact that Carroll High is well-represented in the roster of all-conference selections. Rachel Harmening and Julie Teague landed positions on the first team, while Deb Onken and Tammie Eissens were cited for honorable mention. All of this Tigerette progress has been beneficial in another important area. Girls' basketball is now on the upswing at Carroll High. What used to be a man's game of prestige has been tamed by three seasons of girls' basketball and perhaps changed for the better into a contest of skill for those of strong desire and spirit. CONGRATULATIONS TIGERETTES!!!! Student Voices Dear Students: This is in reply to the "Letter to the Editor" in the February 20 issue of the Carroll Hi-Recorder. Week after week we, the students of the newspaper staff, are constantly receiving complaints from other students. This particular complaint was lodged because we failed to print the winning valentines from the contest we sponsored. The valentines would have had to have been done over entirely since all things for the newspaper must be in black and white ink. Thus by copying the valentine, the whole effect of your originality would have been lost. So you see, we aren't against the students who won, it's just that we have so little space to work with. This would have made it hard to give the valentines an honest and equal chance. We continue by quoting the last article, "We also have heard that if we, as individuals, were better students and participated in more school events that we would have had much more recognition." We admit making part of that statement, but you have misunderstood the rest. It is a fact that less than one third of our high school enrollment participates in academic studies and extra-curricular activities. So how on earth are we to reach every student? Because of the supposed problem stated above, we have, and have had, the "Question of the Week," in which we try to contact all students. Many of us are trying hard to make our paper presentable to you. We welcome all letters, but we must also stand for what we believe. We admit, the staff did go against its rules; we, too. are human. As a final note, we strongly urge all students to get involved in their newspaper to improve its quality. — Mike Petersen, Tim Rhoades, Cind£ Franz, Rita Harmening, Jennifer Larson, Sheila Witt, and Elizabeth Jones. FUNDS ( Round all figures to nearest dollar and balance with totals GENERAL FUND General Total — General Fund SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Bonds and Interest Total— Schoolhouse Fund Grand Total ABC EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR July 1,1974 to June 30, 1975 Actual 1,709,540 1,709,540 , 72,423 72,423 1,781,963 July 1,1975 to June 30, 1976 Estimate 2,222,6*9 2,222,69* , 147,168 147,861 2,370,567 July 1,1976 to June 30, 1*77 Proposed 2,525,68* 2,525,6M 150,470 150,470 2,676,151 I! Estimated Cash 0 Reserve (7-1-77) 215,09* 285,099 9,530 9,530 294,629 II Estimated Aids, ui Balances.and All || Other Receipts 914,946 984,946 914,946 || Estimated Amount (C + D-E) "Necessary To Be || Raised By Taxation 1,825,841 1,825,841 160,000 160,000 i;N5,t41 ACE STAFF MEMBERS, Becky Blincow (co-editor), Penny Schroeder, Jane Bernholtz, and Sue Millender work to prepare the 75-76 Ace. Staff — ESTIMATED TAXES PER $1,000 VALUATION $5.40. February 27,1976 Co-Editors: Lynette Hansen, Roxanne Ohde Photographer: Eric Niceswanger Sports Editor: Rita Harmening Exchange. Editor: Cindy .Franz Senior Reporters: Becky Blincow, Virginia Watson Junior Reporters: Susan Skinner, Sheila Witt Sophomore Reporters: Mike Petersen, Tim Rhoades, Brenda Wuertz Freshmen Reporters: Elizabeth Jones, Jennifer Larson Cartoonist: Sue Jones Staff Advisor: Miss Farrell Calendar (All the activities listed below are scheduled tentatively.) March 1-6 Boys'district basketball 4 Jefferson music groups return their half of the exchange concert 8 Boys' sub-state basketball 9 Boys' sub-state basketball Girls' state basketball 10 Boys' sub-state basketball Girls' state basketball 11 Girls'state basketball 12 Girls' state basketball 13 Girls' state basketball Girls'indoor track 15 6:30 p.m. Girls'basketball banquet 16 Boys'state basketball Morningside Jazz band - performs an assembly program 17 Boys' state basketball 18 Boys'state basketball 19 End of third nine weeks Boys'state basketball 20 Boys' state basketball 23 6:30 p.m. Boys' basketball banquet 27 7:00 p.m. Vocal rehearsal (aud) 29 7:00p.m. Vocal rehearsal (aud) 30 7:00 p.m. Vocal rehearsal (aud)

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