Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 1, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Deaths, Funerals | LUCILE BRUNER Lucile Bruner, 77. of Alexandria, Va., died in a hospital at Fairfax, Va., Friday, Feb. 27, after a lengthy illness. She was the sister of Robert S. Bruner of Carroll and had visited here frequently. Memorial services will be held at a later date at Blessed Sacrament Church in Alexandria. Miss Bruner also is survived by another brother, J. Stanley Bruner of Waterloo. JOHNC.FINEGAN John C. Finegan, 700 N. 20th St., Omaha, Neb., formerly of this area, died Saturday. Feb. 28, at Douglas County Hospital in Omaha. He had been ill about six months. Mass of the resurrection was celebrated at 1 p.m. Monday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rev. James A. Bruch, with interment in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Finegan, son of Stephen and Julia Newman Finegan, was born April 25, 1897, in Sheridan township, Carroll County. In 1918 he was married at St. Francis Church, Maple River, to Florence Rust, who died in 1925. His marriage to Mary Frazier took place at Liberty, Mo., Nov. 5,1954. Surviving besides his wife, Mary, are a daughter, Mrs. Art (Delphine) Hulsing of Lake View; three granddaughters and eight great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Martha Ocken of Carroll; and stepchildren. Besides his first wife, Mr. Finegan was preceded in death by three sisters, Mrs. John (Agnes) Georgas, Mrs. Leo (Ann) Reinhart and Mrs. Mayme C. Hagaman. FRED LAMPE MANNING — Fred Lampe, 64. lifelong resident of Route 2. Manning, died unexpectedly at his home Sunday afternoon, Feb. 29. He was a farmer. Services will be held at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton, with the Rev. Eugene T. Schumacher officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call after : lip.rn.: Tuesday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning^ where a scripture service will be held that evening at 8. Mr. Lampe was a son of John and Katie Klepping Lampe. He was born at Manning May 3,1911. and was educated at Sacred Heart School, Templeton. He was a member of Sacred Heart Church, Templeton. Surviving are four sisters. Rose Lampe of Manning, Mary Lampe of Clarinda, Mrs. Julian (Celia) Wadle of Fonda and Mrs. Julia Schmidt of Pocahontas; three nephews and two nieces. An infant sister preceded him in death. JOHN P. REINHART Times Htrald Newi Service MANNING - John Peter Reinart, 93, a retired drayman, died early Monday, March 1, at Manning General Hospital. He entered the hospital about a week ago. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart Church here by the Rev. Norbert Weber, M.S.C. Grandsons of Mr. Reinart will be pallbearers. Burial will be in this parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Ohde Funeral Home here after 2 p.m. Tuesday. The rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. by the Altar Society and there will be a Bible service led by Fr. Weber at 8:30 p.m., both on Tuesday. Mr. Reinart, son of Matthew and Susie Friedman Reinart, was born June 6, 1882, at Roselle and attended Holy Angels School there. He married Emma Schenking Jan. 21 1908, and they farmed near Halbur, Roselle and Manning. Fifty years ago they 'John C. Finegan • Omaha — Age 78 Man of the Rnurraction wai held at 1:00 p.m. Monday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating R*v. Jam*! Bruch Final Retting Place , Mt. Olive* Cemetery TWIT moved to Manning, where Mr. Reinart worked for the Dultmeier Manufacturing Co. befpre establishing his own drayline. He retired about 15 years ago. Since the death of his wife on March 18, 1969, Mr. Reinart has lived with a daughter, Mrs. Joe Hoffman of Manning. He is survived by six children: Harold and Mrs. John (Elvira) Sporrer of Glidden, Hilbert of Carroll, Leo of Sioux City, Mrs. Hoffman (Cletta) of Manning and Melvin of Chicago; 26 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Neu Lindsay of Texas and Mrs. Mary Schneider of Holdridge, Neb. Mr. Reinart was preceded in death by a son, Clarence; two other sons in infancy; a granddaughter, three sisters and three brothers in addition to his wife. MRS. EMMA THORPE LAKE VIEW -Mrs. Emma Jean Thorpe, 86, of Lake View died Friday, Feb. 26, at Twilight Acres nursing home in Wall Lake. Services were held at 10 a.m. Monday at Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Lake View, with the Rev. George Brighton officiating. Mrs. LaGene Holdcroft played organ selections. Pallbearers were WHlard Swanson, Paul Simon, Dale Gates, James Scott. Glen Kolbe and Don Tjaden. Burial was in the Early Union Cemetery at Early. Mrs. Thorpe was the widow of Merrill Thorpe, who died in July, 1975. She was born.June 2. 1889, a daughter of Thomas E. and Anabel Story Taubman. She is survived by three children. Mrs. E.J. (Genevieve) Reinart. Ervin and Sherman, all of Lake View; nine grandchildren. 22 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Mrs. Thorpe also was preceded in death by a sister and three infant brothers. MRS. MYRTLE CLARK LAKE CITY - Mrs. Myrtle D. Clark, 89, of Lake City died Friday, Feb. 27, at Shady Oaks nursing home here after being ill about two months. Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at 2 p.m. Monday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel. Lake City, with the Rev. Ted Dodd officiating. Burial was in Lake City Cemetery. Mrs. Clark, daughter of William W. and Osta DeSart Clark, was born at Yetter July 12, 1886. and'was a lifelong Iowa resident. She married William A. Clark at Glidden in 1919; he died in 1949. Surviving are a son, William M. of Lake City; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Leah) Holm of Lake City and Mrs. Vira Hucka of Des Moines; and a brother, Elmer Clark of Yetter. Besides her husband, Mrs. Clark was preceded in death by'four brothers, Chancie, Floyd, Ed and Bert, and a sister, Grace. • t She was a member of the United Methodist Church. MRS. ELIZABETH DeMOSS GLIDDEN — Services for Mrs. Elizabeth DeMoss, 69, of Glidden were held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home here. The Rev. H. Wallace Kinzler officiated. Mrs. Donald Hansen played "How Great Thou Art" as a special organ selection. Pall- be'arers were LaVern Gerdes, Harry Bushman, Wayne Bentley, Ralph Lloyd, Basil Hay and Wayne Hanson. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery. Mrs. DeMoss died Feb. 26 at the Carrol] Health Center. She was the widow of Wilbur L. DeMoss. Dallas County Sheriff Dies DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Dallas County Sheriff John Thomas Wright, 60, died in Mercy Hospital here about 9:15 a.m. Sunday of an apparent heart attack. Authorities said Wright had been hospitalized since Thursday. Sheriff Wright took office in 1965. He's survived by his wife, Blossom, and nine children. Funeral arrangments were pending. IN SORORITY Ann Bliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bliss, 1621 Pike Ave., was recently initialed into Kappa Delta social sorority at Iowa State University, Ames. Miss Bliss is a junior, majoring in Applied Art Education. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. /) Monday, March I, 1976 *• •**Mff|»»m*ft»f*tMt«f*IMII*fl*M*tMltl*MltMI Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.37 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.47 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (APMUSDA)— Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 6,500; barrows and gilts slow, 50-75 lower, instances 1.00 off; U.S. 1-3, 190240 Ib 47.50-48.00; sows steady to 50 lower; 350-600 Ib 43.0043.50. Cattle and calves: 8,500; trade on slaughter steers and heifers quite slow, both classes unevenly 1.00-2.00 lower; cows steady; 3 loads choice with endprime 1,150-1,200 Ib steers 36.50-37.00; choice 975-1,250 Ib 35.50-36.50; 2 loads choice and prime 1,050 Ib heifers 35.50; choice 850-1.025 Ib 33.75-35.50; utility and commercial cows 26.00-28.00; earner and cutter 20.00-26.00 Carroll Gains in District Speech Event Students from Kuemper and Carroll High Schools competed in the Iowa High School Association District Speech Contest at Denison on Saturday. Students receiving superior ratings (Is) will advance to the statewide contest on March 19-20. Kuemper High School students advancing are: Julie Hagemann, Greg Sernett, Brian Pudenz, Maureen Nurse, Brenda Rieman, Joyce Klocke, Chris Cawley, Lori Beckman, Jayne Staley. Mike Tigges. Pat Danner, Terri Langenfeld, Carol Vonnahme, Terri Shirbroun and Sheila Furey. Carroll High School students advancing are: Mike Petersen, Penny Schroeder, Susan Jones, Becky Blincow, Julie Teague, Jeanne Hulsebus, Pat Petersen, Tami Marquardt, Sue Millender. Brenda Huebner, Jim Sides, Tom,Prenger, Jim Seidl and Dee Wunschel. COLLEGE CLASSES Pre-registration for Des Moines Area Community College classes will be held Monday at Carroll High School from 6 to 10 p.m. • Clark (Continued From Page 1) 29.223 bushels of soybeans obligated to farmers and others who had stored grain at the elevator, according to Wayne Vandenberg, assistant director of the grain and warehouse division of the ICC. However, not all of it is actually at the elevator, so some farmers will not get all of their grain back. Polking said records show that six to 10 farmers will not get their grain. The ICC ordered Clark to return the grain Feb. 23, when the ICC revoked the elevator's warehouse and grain dealer license. The Schwabe Brothers of Carroll are holding a check for about $9,000 which cannot be collected, Vandenberg said. This is for grain Clark allegedly bought from the Schwabes, he added. North Western, which has tracks running past Clark's elevator, started an investigation last August, Polking said. The ICC was later called into the investigation. About a month ago Polking's office was brought in. Since then, the county attorney called in the BCI. One person who investigated the case has been reported as saying the alleged overstated weights were mostly between 300 and 500 bushels. He said the Clark charges are the first in a, continuing investigation which may involve other grain dealers in the state. The Clark charges involve shipments which left Maple River in October and November of 1974 and January of 1975, Magistrate Court information shows. NAMED SCHOLAR Tami Rae Marquardt, 506 W. 16th St., Carroll, has been chosen to be a presidential freshman scholar during 1976-77 at Drake University, Des Moines, according to Dr. Wilbur C. Miller, President of the University'. Ms. Marquardt is in the top 10 per cent of the senior class at Carroll High School. The awards are for $100 for tuition only. A student who graduates as a valedictorian receives $200. Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Puck Implement Co., Manning, Chevrolet; Dennis P. Willenborg, Carroll, Kawaski; Martin Greving, Carroll, Oldsmobile. Real Estate Transfers- August J. Wittrock estate to Victor R. Wittrock, Lot 12, Irreg. Surv., W'/zNW fractional '/i, Sec. 18, Twp. 83 N, Range 35 W. Carl G. and Retha E. Pischel to Donald F. and Mary M. Tigges, N'ANW'/4 and NWV 4 NE'/4, Sec. 10, Twp. 83 N, Range 34 W. Theresia Liewer estate to John P. and Anthony F. Liewer, Part of SMaSW fractional '/4, Sec. 30, Twp. 83 N, Range 34 W. Michael G. and Scheila Johnson to Donald B. and Phyllis Venteicher, Lot 8, Block 28, Third Addition, Glidden. Gary D. and Connie W. Whiteley to LaRoy H. Comes, Lot 9 and Part of Lot 10, Block 1, Schroeder Addition, Carroll. Leo Barrett to Leonard F. and Verna L. Tunning, E'/i-SW/i, Sec. 20, Twp. 82 N, Range 34 W. Kenneth T. and Mary K. Pudenz to Allen W. and Nancy L. Pudenz, Part of SE'/i, Sec. 13, Twp. 85 N, Range 35 W. Hans H. and Karen Nielsen to Kenneth D. and Dorothy J. Lee, Parts of E'/i, SW'/4, Sec. 16 and NW'/4NEV4, Sec. 20 and N'/zNW'Xi, Sec. 21, Twp 82 N, Range 33 W. License to Wed— Carl J. Harms, 49 and Joyce A. Torgerson, 46, both of Lanesboro. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Police Chase- Larry E. Davidson, Glidden was charged with six traffic offenses after a chase by Bayard Police Officer Larry J. Schroeder from Bayard to five and a half miles northwest of Coon Rapids early Saturday morning. Deputy Ferman Stout said. The chase ended when the Davidson and Bayard police cars collided. Stout said. Charges filed included reckless driving, speeding, failure to stop for an emergency vehicle and driving while his license was under suspension, Stout reported.. > . . , . , Shotgun, Knife Stolen— A shotgun and hunting knife were among the items reported stolen from the Charles A. Clapper residence at Route 2, Carroll Stout said. Other things taken early Sunday morning were a leather knife case and a box of shotgun shells. A mailbox was knocked down and the lock on a door was broken. Stout said. Lights Out- Two rural Arcadia residents were charged with turning off the electricity in Arcadia fora short time Saturday night. Marian Kohorst, Route 1, Arcadia, and a 16-year-old rural Arcadia juvenile were charged with injury to a utility by Stout. The two allegedly broke a lock on an electrical switch west of Arcadia, Stout said. Carroll County Magistrate Ronald Eich released the pair on their own recognizance. MAGISTRATE COURT Two Charges- Jeffrey P. Crouse, Nebraska City, Neb., was charged with assault and battery and resisting execution of process Sunday nigiit by State Trooper Mario Feick. Crouse posted $1,100 bond and was released from the Carroll County Jail. Intoxication Charge- Francis H. Rust, Carroll, was charged with public intoxication Friday by Carroll Police Chief Maurice Dion and Officer Les Butler. Rust, who was jailed overnight, pleaded guilty before Eich Monday morning and was fined $25 plus costs. FIRE DEPARTMENT Fills With Smoke- Carroll firemen were called to the William Meshek residence, 1749 Salinger Ave., Sunday afternoon when the house filled with smoke from a blocked chimney. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Saturday- Warren Blinn, Glidden, taken to Stewart Hospital in Lake City due to illness. Gregory Lewis, Coon Rapids, transferred from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to Mercy Hospital in Des Moines. Birth AMES — Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schrad of Ames, a daughter, Feb. 27, at Mary Greeley Hospital,- Ames. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fowles of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Schrad of Templeton. Ice Cancels Many Events in Carroll Area Slick roads caused several cancellations Monday after the Carroll area received .03 of an inch of freezing rain. All Carroll Community Schools and private schools in the district were closed after they originally were to be delayed. Also closed were schools in Coon Rapids, Manning, Glidden-Ralston Lake City and Audubon. Ar-We-Va didn't have school, but teacher conferences had been-planned instead of classes. Scranton classes began late. The Coon Rapids athletic banquet was postponed, there was no Happy Day pre-school or Merri-Land pre-school. The P ioneer Trails congregate meal program in Carrol] was called off. Many Greyhound buses were running about 30 minutes late Monday morning. Area law authorities reported some minor accidents, but most were not significant. The Iowa State Patrol said south and west of Denison conditions were worse than in Carroll Monday morning. Forecasters predict a slow warming^ trend Monday^ night and Tuesday. • Legislature (Continued From Page 1) is bedfast in a nursing home, smoking may be one of the last pleasures he has." Norpel said. "Now. we are going to say he can't smoke." ; Norpel has placed an old- fashioned brass spittoon on his Senate de'sk and has threatened to take up tobacco chewing if the no-smoking bill is approved. "I wonder whether it would be harder on me whether 1 smoke or chew." Norpel said. "If I started to chew, I wonder if environmentalists will say that is unhealthy as I would have to spit in the spittoon and someone is going to have to clean it. "If passes. I haven't decided yet whether I'll stop smoking in here." Norpel said. Plymat says the smoking bill is a popular one and is what the people of Iowa want. "Over 70 per cent of lowans want action according to an American Lung Association poll."Plymat said. IN ISU DANCE Gloria Montgomery will participate in the fourth annual Marathon Dance at Iowa State University. Ames. March 12. The 30 hour dance is to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy research. She will dance with Kevin Deen. Carroll. Miss Montgomery is the daughter of the D.F. Montgomerys. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy with steady or rising temperatures tonight. Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday with a good chance of showers and thunderstorms. High upper 40s to mid 50s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday — Chance of showers Wednesday, fair Thursday, chance of snow Friday. Turning colder with highs Wednesday in the upper 30s to mid 40s, falling into the mid 20s to lower 30s Thursday and Friday, Lows Thursday and Friday generally in the teens to lower 20s. The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 38 Yesterday's low 21 At 7 a.m. today 28 At 10 a.m. today 29 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 10 a.m.) .03 inch freezing rain. \ Weather A Year Ago- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 23 and the low, 15 degrees. Graduates . . . Lynn E. Peters., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Peters, Arcadia, graduated "with distinction" from Iowa State University Saturday, receiving a B.S. degree in elementary education. She will complete the year as third grade teacher at Gertrude Fellows Elementary School, Ames. Attending her graduation were her parents; David Peters of Sioux City; the Lester . Popps and son of Arcadia; the Erwin Harmenings and daughters of Lidderdale and the Richard Allfrees of Ames. Cub Scouts Hold Blue and Gold Banquet Cub Scout Pack 113 held their annual Blue and Gold Banquet Sunday night at the United Methodist Church with many scouts receiving awards. About 200 scouts and their families attended the potluck supper. The Golden Comets, a local 1950's musical group provided the entertainment. Wolfe badges were presented to Kyle Peterson, Mike Fiscus, Tim Haberl, Marty McCord, Dave Loew, Brett Siepker, Brent Kurd, Rodney Smith, Randy Tigges, Terry Belts and Steve Haley. Receiving the wolf badge with gold arrow were Randy Geary, Brian Vicarius and Paul Collison. The wolf badge with gold and silver arrow were presented to Matt Krause, Scott Jordan and Paul Smith. Wayne Govig and Eric Neu received the silver arrow. Ross Behrens and Ron Adkins received bear badges. Webefos awards were given ,to Brian Bentley, sportsman; , Tim Bower, athlete; KUrt- 'Rese'r, engineer; and Brian Weber, aquanaut and sportsman. Electric Bills In Iowa Rise; Ranks 27th WASHINGTON (AP) — Electric bills in Iowa went up last year but not as fast as most others in the U.S., according to the annual study of typical electric bills taken by the Federal Power Commission. The study compared power costs in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. It showed the average residential monthly electric bill in Iowa for 750 kilowatt hours on Jan. 1. 1975. ranking 27th. That's down sharply from a few years ago when Iowa's average bill was near the top. But the drop isn't because Iowa's bill has gone down, it's because the others are rising faster — monthly residential bills for the state are up 12 per cent for the year. Iowa's electric bills are still among the highest in the Midwest with only Minnesota higher in the eight-state region. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES. Iowa (API The Iowa highway death count through midnight Sunday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety. This'yeartodate —89. Last year to date — 71. ATCONVENTION / Carroll Veterinary Clinic members attended the annual Iowa Veterinary Medical Association convention in Des Moines. Feb. 22-25. The IVMA Auxiliary met in conjunction with the copvention. Attending were Dr. and Mrs. William Blohm, Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Eich. Dr. and Mrs. Mike Davis, and Dr. and Mrs. Leon Wernimont. C.D.A. TUESDAY The St. Patrick's dinner meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, will be held Tuesday. March 2, at the KC hall instead of March 3, because of Ash Wednesday. Mrs. Ray Glass and Mrs. Victor Tomka are co-ch'airmen of the committee. Entertainment is planned following the business meeting. r- Briefly • Ray's 4 Pot' Stand DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gov. Robert Ray doesn't favor decriminalizing marijuana, but feels that young people arrested for simple possession of the weed shouldn't be considered criminals. "I could support lessening of the penalties of the offense," Ray said. "I have not been favorable to decriminalization." Some Republican county caucuses during the weekend voted in favor of decriminalizing possession of marijuana. Ray noted that he had favored reducing penalties on marijuana possession in the past and that possession is now an indictable misdemeanor rather than a felony. The governor said he could support reduction in the penalty even further to a simple misdemeanor. A simple misdemeanor is limited to a jail term of no more than 30 days and a fine of no more than $100. An indictable misdemeanor could re'sult in a jail term of up to one year and a fine of as much as $1,000. "I don't think there's a desire to make young people who experiment with pot criminals," said Ray. "It's very difficult to find that the use of marijuana has any substantial value to a person or to society," Ray said. The governor said he is not sure, however, that marijuana use is any more harmful than smoking tobacco. Spy Past Revealed SOUTHBURY, Conn. (AP) — The apparent suicide of Norman John Rees left his family and friends bewildered. They are incredulous at a report that the retired oil company engineer passed industry secrets to the Russians and was a a double agent for the FBI. "This is incredible," John Warren Rees said Sunday as he read a news story saying his father fed oil industry secrets to Soviet intelligence agents and became a double agent for the FBI in 1971 when federal agents told him they knew of his work for the Russians. Rees was found shot to death Sunday, hours after the Dallas Times Herald exposed his alleged espionage activities. "He was absolutely the last person in the world I would expect that of," said a woman neighbor who asked not to be identified. . The younger Rees said the family had no idea of his father's alleged industrial spy work. The newspaper story said the 69-year-old former engineer with the Mobil Oil Co. admitted taking money for industry information, and that the Soviet Union also gave him a medal and a $5,000 pension. Dr. Marcus Cox, an assistant state medical examiner, said an autopsy he performed Sunday showed Rees died of a single bullet wound to the head. Cox said the gun was placed against Rees' right temple and the bullet exited from the other side of his head. Fencing Operation Broken WASHINGTON (AP) - A fencing operation secretly operated by police and FBI agents did $2.4 million worth of business before the lawmen ended their ruse and arrested more than 100 persons, including 60 guests at a party to celebrate the ring's prosperity. Those arrested included assistant U.S. Atty. Donald E. Robinson Jr., who was charged with accepting two bribes and fired from his post. The bogus fencing operation, dubbed by police "The Sting" and based in a local warehouse,,also resulted in the recovery of 1,500 stolen credit cards, 460 government checks, 225 typewriters and calculators, 700 savings bonds, 18 cars and trucks and an electrocardiac machine stolen piece by piece from a local hospital. ~ U.S. Atty. Earl J. Silbert, in disclosing the scheme Sunday, said the loot also included $1.2 million in checks signed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and sold to the fencing operation for $750. The checks were reportedly stolen from an unattended HUD vault during office hours. "No theft report has been filed to date by HUD," Silbert noted. Silbert reported that transactions in the five months the fencing operation had been under police auspices totaled more than $2.4 million, although police purchased the stolen items for only $67,000. Legal Notices 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. 11128 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Joseph A. Kanne Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Joseph A. Kanne Deceased: You are herby notified that on the 20th day of February, 1976, the last will and testament of Joseph A. Kanne deceased bearing date of the 19lh day of April, 1972, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Paul L. Kanne 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 20th day of February, Paul L. Kanne Executor of said Estate Route 1 ' Carroll, Iowa, 51401 Crane, Peters & McMlnlmee Attorneys for said Executor Carroll, Iowa 51401 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa ' Date of second publication 1st day of March, 1976. February 23; March 1,1976 CORRECTION Mrs. Grace Wehr was pictured with Don Stanzyk at the blood pressure clinic in the Friday edition of the Daily Times Herald. She was incorrectly identified as Mrs.' Oscar Heider. Official Publication Annual Performance Report The City of Carroll, Iowa, on February 13, 1976, submitted to the ' Department of Housing and Urban Development a performance report of activities contained in the City's first year application for Community Development Block Grant funds. Copies of this annual performance report are on file at the Office of the City Clerk, in the City Hall, Carroll, Iowa, and are available for examination by the public. The City of Carroll has copies of the report for release as public Information, and copies are available to the public at no charge. City of Carroll, Iowa by Ronald H. Schechtman Mayor March 1,1976 ORDINANCE NO. 7604 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE VACATION OF PORTIONS OF QUINT AVENUE, CARROLL, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA/AS FOLLOWS* SECTION 1. PURPOSE: The purpose of this ordinance Is to vacate portions of Quint Avenue and thereby relieve the City of Carroll of the responsibility for its maintenance and supervision. SECTION 2. FACTS FOUND: The City Council of the City of Carroll hereby finds that portions of Quint Avenue are not needed for the use of the public, and therefore, Its maintenance at public expense Is no longer justified, and the vacation thereof will not deny owners of property abutting said street access to their property. SECTION 3. VACATION: That part of Quint Avenue lying North of the North line of West 6th Street to the Southerly line of U.S. Primary Highway No. 30. SECTION 4. EFFECTIVE DATE] This Ordinance shall be In full force and effect upon its passage and publication as provided by law, PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 25th day of February, 1976. CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA By Ronald H. Schechtman, Mayor ' ATTEST: Leon p. Oswald, City Clerk March 1,1976

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