Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 2, 1976 · Page 8
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State Funds Available for College The Iowa Department of Social Services has again made funds available to rural high school graduates who are interested in continuing their education at the college level or who desire retraining. The Department is the administrator of the funds for the Iowa Rural Rehabilitation Corporation, which have been used by some 225 students to attend state or private colleges or universities, area schools, junior colleges, business colleges, nursing schools, trade or technical schools. The interest from the fund pays for operating expenses and for grants to supplement loans when needed. To be eligible, the applicant must: Be a U.S. Citizen. Live on a farm or outside the city limits of an incorporated town in Iowa. Have an adjusted family income of less than $15,000. Must attend an accredited Iowa school or college, or an accredited school or college ih another state, which is within 50 miles of the Iowa border. Be accepted for enrollment by the school. The applicant may borrow up to $1,500 each academic year. Interest is paid by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare while the student is in school, and for 12. months after leaving school. Repayment of the loan, at 7 per cent interest, begins 12 months after the student leaves school. If the adjusted income of the student's family is over •$15,000, a loan can still be made by proper documentation, but the student will pay all interest and principal. Persons having difficulty obtaining funds with which to continue their education should contact their local county office of the Department of Social Services, the financial aid officer of their school, the County Extension Office, or the Farmers Home Administration. Information can also be obtained from Margaret Ann Paul, Iowa Rural Rehabilitation Administrator, Iowa Department of Social Services, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50319. Telephone (515) 281-5764. Deputy Named Dallas Sheriff ADEL. Iowa (AP) —Deputy Robert DeCamp. 37. of Adel. has been named Dallas County sheriff by the county board of supervisors. DeCamp. a deputy for 10 years, succeeds John Wright, who died Sunday of an apparent heart attack. DeCamp will serve the remainder of the term that runs through this year. Astrology Wednesday March 3,1976 Bernice Bede USD Legal Notices SENATE FILE 1102 AN ACT TO PERMIT GAMBLING IN THE FORM OF SOCIAL GAMES ON PREMISES OWNED OR OCCUPIED BY ASSOCIATIONS CHARGING DUES AS A CONDITION OF MEM BERSHI P. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. Chapter ninety-nine B (99B), section eight (8), subsection one (1), paragraph g, Acts of the Sixty-sixth General Assembly, 1975 Session, amending section ninety-nine B point six (99B.6), Code 1975, Is amended to read as follows; g. No cover charge, participation charge or other charge is imposed upon a person for the privilege of participating in or observing gambling, and no rebate, discount, credit, or other method is used to discriminate between the charge for the sale of goods or services to participants In gambling and the charge for the sale of goods or services to nonpartlclpants. Satisfaction of an obligation into which a member of an organization enters to pay at regular periodic intervals a sum fixed by that organization for the maintenance of that organization Is not a charge which is prohibited by this paragraph. Sec. 2. Chapter ninety-nine B (99B), section eleven (11), subsection one (1), paragraph g. Acts of the Sixty-sixth General Assembly, 1975 Session, amending section ninety- nine B point nine (99B.9), Code 1975, is amended to read as follows: g. No cover charge, participation charge or other charge Is imposed upon a person for the privilege of participating In or observing, gambling, and no rebate, discount, credit, or other method is used to discriminate between the charge for the sale of goods or services to participants in gambling and the charge for the sale of goods or services to nonpartlclpants. Satisfaction of an obligation Into which a member of an organization enters to pay at regular periodic intervals a sum fixed by that organization for the maintenance of that organization'!; not a •charge which is prohibited by this paragraph. Sec. 3. This Act, being deemed of Immediate Importance, shall take effect and be in force from and after it's publication in the Carroll Dally Times Herald, a newspaper published in Carroll, Iowa, and In the Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Mine Your Attic Gold With A Classified ARIES (March 21-April 19) Those whom you depend upon may not come through today. Don't be concerned. Things should work out in the long run. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You'll be more prone to do things for others today if you feel you are doing them voluntarily. But even if you're pushed a little, do them anyway. GEMINI (May 21-Junc 20) Generally, you're a very sociable person. Today you may not be as accommodating, but eventually your real character will shine through. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Initially you may have some self-doubts, but once you become enmeshed in a project you'll find you can handle it. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Look for the plus side in any dealings today. If you encounter someone you've had a disagreement with, remember: Making up is a pleasant experience. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) If you're doing a favor for someone today, work with their resources. It's important to show them how to depend on themselves. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Don't anticipate the actions of others negatively. Once you have a chance to observe what actually transpires, you'll be pleasantly surprised. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Find time to work on things you enjoy doing for yourself today. You can do this without neglecting your obligations. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Grasp the reins if you feel there's a situation you can handle better than others. Your intuition is correct. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't set your sights too high today. You can accomplish that which is within reasonable reach. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Conditions beyond your control may effect some changes in your plans today. However, they may turn out better than the original scheme. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Encourage friends who can help you behind the scenes at work today. A word from someone on the inside can cut yards of red tape. YOUR BIRTHDAY March 3,1976 You've made some friends who are more concerned for your welfare than you are aware of. This year you may see evidence of their worth you'll find hard to believe. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Monday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—90. Last year to date—73. All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be In the Times Herald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch S1./0 Additional Insertions $1.50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word lie Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 "'ords IOC per word • Cord of Thonki 3^ CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone, especially our children, relatives, neighbors and friends for making our 40th Wedding Anniversary such a pleasant occasion. God bless you all. Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Heugerich 3-43-ltp Announcements Fort Dodge Messenger, a newspaper Published In Fort Dodge, Iowa. ARTHUR A.NED President of the Senate DALE M. COCH RAN Speaker of the House I hereby certify that this bill originated In the Senate and is known as Senate File 1102, Sixty-sixth General Assembly. STEVEN C. CROSS Secretary of the Senate Approved February 27,1976 ROBERT D. RAY Governor March 2,1976 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE CONSERVATORSHI P OF FRANCES SIBENALLER, Probate No. 9579 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION OF REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that the undetsigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate: Part of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 16, Township 83 North, Range 35. West of the 5th P.M., Carrol! County, Iowa described as: Beginning at a point 175 feet North of the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 16, thence West 150 feet, thence North 50 feet, thence East 150 feet, thence South 50 feet to the point of beginning and various Items of household furniture, fixtures, equipment, appliances, etc. You are further notified that said public auction will be held on the premises of said real estate and at the nearby Holy Angels Hall In Roselle, Carroll County, Iowa on March 14, 1976 commencing at one o'clock P.M. Lawrence Slbenaller, . Conservator March 2, 9, 1976 "Notice of Public Sale" Notice Is hereby given that on 3-10-76 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC - 7660 Hlckman Rd. • Des Moines, Iowa to sell for cash the following vehicle: To wit: 1974 Pinto - Serial No. 4X11X331285 General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle Is presently stored and may be seen at John Whaley Chevrolet • Carroll, la. March 2,1976 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends' for prayers, gifts, letters, cards and visits while I was a patient at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha. Cecilia Reineke 343-ltp CHROME PIECES with the silver look — Re'duced to your liking - Now $5.50 to $9.50. Clementine's. 6-41-tfc You haven't begun to read today's paper until you have read every ad on this page. Business Opportunities Hi-C Nationally advertised vitamin C enriched fruit drinks are available for vending. Individuals who are seriously considering a business of their own should investigate an extraordinary opportunity currently available in this area. This is a secure business for tbose who can spare a few hours each week (no selling), restocking vendors placed on location by our specialists.. A qualified individual may start part- time and expand with company financing to a full-time business. CASH REQUIRED $5,500 Training provided. No experience required. Tax shelter with write off. Investment secured by new equipment (five year warranty) and inventory. For immediate information or interview call collect (301) 277-4653 or write, including phone number to SUNRIPE, INC. 5801 Annapolis Road, Suite 210, Bladensburg, Maryland 20710. 5-38-2lp Child Died of Natural Causes IOWA CITY. Iowa (API-A four-year-old girl who had been forcibly removed from her mother's care because of apparent neglect died of natural causes, the Johnson County medical examiner has ruled.- .•«*,. The girl. Sherry Seefelt. was taken to University Hospitals here Feb. 20 by authorities who found her with a distended abdomen and in a listless condition. The girl, along with her mother and step-father, were at a relative's home at Union when Hardin County Social Services officials received a complaint that the girl needed medical treatment. A protective-social worker, along with the county nurse and Sheriff Robert Callaway. observed the girl and obtained a verbal court order giving them 24-hour custody to bring the girl here for treatment. Doctors diagnosed the girl's condition as excessive buildup of body fluids and infection and pneumonia and said her heart stopped several times. She died a week later and an autopsy was ordered. Dr. T.T. Bozek said there was "nothing unusual" about her death. But Hardin County Atty. Jim Sween said an investigation into circumstances preceding the girl's death is continuing. NOTICE CASH & CARRY CLEANERS IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL The Laundromat will be open at a later date after cleanup work is completed. CASH & CARRY CLEANERS & LAUNDROMAT 118 East 7th, Carroll 6-42-3IC Lost LOST: WHITE Samoyed female dog (large dog) — brown col lar/tags. 792-1489. 7-43-3tc Investments 11 7.0% Interest per annum on thrift certificates with a n,ooo minimum deposit for 12 months at Mid-States Enterprises, Inc., Hwy. 30 & Carroll Street in Downtown Carroll. Phone 792-1250. 11-34-Hc Business Services 14 PRINGLETAX SERVICE, INC. Across from Holiday Station NEW OFFICE HOURS: 8 A.M. to 1.0 P.M. Monday thru Friday 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday No appointment necessary between 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. daily or on Saturdays . Call 792-3805 for appointment "No tax return too small" Bill Comito, Mgr. 14-2SS-BStc CLEANING. FINISHING & alterations. Pick up. delivery & shop in car window. 792-4333 HR Cleaners. 14-40-ltc Vhere To Go SING-a-LQNG PIANO BAR Wednesday, March 3 at THE VILLA FIRESIDE LOUNGE Sqlei Help 21 SALES POSITION with a present and a future. 3 Openings. Excellent opportunity. Average $1,200 to $1,500 per month. To qualify must have car, good educbtlonal and character background, bondable, Also, must be aggressive, ambitious & responsible. If you are selected your FUTURE IS SECURE. Guaranteed income to start. This phone call could change your life. Phone 263-4904 Collect "Only quality men and women need apply." Sl-43-lfc TO FINANCE the appliance of your choice see Personal Lenders, Thomas Plaza, Carroll. Call, 792-2555. 55-223-tfc LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE WEDNESDAY IS PRIME RIB NIGHT at the RED CARPET LOUNGE. Where quality comes first. LADIES' NIGHT at the TOP HAT Wednesday 8 p.m. til closing Unescorted Ladies ] /2 PRICE Let the Daily Times Herald help you at your farm sale. Help Wanted 23 COCTAIL WAITRESS. Louie's Lounge. Call 792-2680 from 8-5 p.m. after 5. Ph.:792-1524. 23-42-5tc LADY - FULL-TIME or part- time to care for nice home in Breda for elderly gentleman. 673-2345 or 792-4383. 23-43-3tc PART-TIME BARTENDER. Red Carpet Lounge. 23-43-4tc BABYSITTER WANTED 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Prefer my home but will consider taking them out. 792-1411 after 4 p.m. ^ 23-43-Stc 17-42-3IC Good Things To Eot 18 Situation Wanted 24 WANTED - BOOKKEEPING in my home. Experienced in trucking & some farming. 667-3785. 24-41-Stc Form Equipment 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-AH bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 29-131-tfc -Hut FAMILY NIGHT TUESDAYS 4-9 p.m. ' Special Prices On Pizza, Pop and Salads, Dine In or Carry Out. Livestock For Sale 41 BLACK POLAND China boars. Serviceable age. Kenneth Jensen. Manning. 653-2133. 41-42-5tp Pb, 792-1280 1B-42-2IC Positions Available 26 VAC SHOP The Place To Go. Everything in vacuums, hoses, belts, bags, etc. We.sell and service 7 brand name sweepers & excellent used vacs. Free pick up & delivery Corner of Main St. & Hwy. 30 Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-3247 U.40.5IC CRANE SERVICE available in this area. Call 659-3004. Mid-, west Marketing Industries. Glidden. Iowa. 14-130-tfc WE SERVICE all makes and models of appliances. Call 792-9705. Fast dependable service. Carroll Cooperative Co. . 14-130-tfc i -..-.,..... i i ]— . \ SERVICEMASTER THE cleaning people who care about your floors, walls, furniture. 792-2155. 14-130-tfc RECEPTIONIST- BOOKKEEPER . . . (Dental office.) Write Box 1-9. <~c Daily Times Herald. 26-42-3tc DUROC BREEDING stock. Hockett & Son Manning. 653-0314. 41-34-15tp JULY-AUGUST Hampshire boars. Don Wallace. Churdan 685-3793. 41-43-10tc Livestock Wanted WANTED TO buy — Rhinitis and poor doing hogs of any size Truck will call. Write Arnold Nielsen. Ex.ira. Iowa 50076 Phone 268-5344 day or night. „ . 43-43-lti Wonted To Buy 53 m«i Herald, Carroll, la. uetday, March 2, 1976 8 or Sale 55 SPINET PIANO. 792-9095. One Of Our Finest Offerings In A Beautifully Landscaped Setting The 18x33 ft. living room with beamed ceiling and fireplace is flanked by two. large picture windows offering a pleasant view. The 14x16 ft. dining room opens onto a tiled terrace. New kitchen with new dishwasher, disposal, counter tops, drapes and carpeting. 2 & % baths. New central air conditioning. The garden level rec room also has-a wood-burning fireplace. 2 car garage with automatic door openers. Many other personal features. By appointment only. 63-38-ltc JOHN GNAM REALTY John Gnam - Dale Texter 207 W. 4th Street Phone 792-3815 STEREO SERVICE CB sales and installation. Stereo Town. 792-3522. 14-130-tfc NEW USTINOV North side extensively remodeled 2 bedroom home with garage. Large living room, dining room & family room all carpeted, separate utility room, kitchen is especially nice with birch cupboards, gas furnace, air conditioning, fenced in back yard. All this for only $22,500. (240) Call: Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 Pat or Ray Beck 792-1134 43-43-2tc Bloyvn-ln Mineral Wool INSULATION We're Insulation Experts InstallingtheBest! GREAT PLAINS GAS Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-9617 PUBLIC AUCTION Sunday, March 14 1:00 p.m. Roselle, Iowa v' House, lot, furnityre & antiques. (Household items will be sold in the Holy Angels Parish Hall). • Frances Sibenaller, owner Rupiper,Scharfenkamp A McCarvllle, Auctioneers II REMODELING YOUR HOME? HOW WILL THIS EFFECT YOUR PRESENT HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM? CALL ME FOR A FREE SURVEY TO FIND OUT. 792-3868 SCHECK'S Plumbing-Heating Cooling Headquarters for Digging, Sheetmetal and Pump Repairs 40-43- lie For Sale 55 NEW 19 cu. ft. avocado side by side refrigerator, some damage in shipment. Best deal around on 15 cu. ft. freezers., Gamble's. 55-36-10tc SET of used drums and stands. Call 792-2715 after 4 p.m. 55-37-tfp STEREO TAPE player home center. Best offer. 792-2847. 55-42-4tc PILOTS - PART interest, Cherokee 140. Contact Fisher Aviation Inc. or Jack Dowling, 464-3017. 55-42-Stc lAVAGE MODEL 340 cal. .222 Rem. 3x9 scope.. 669-3370 after 6p.m. 55-43-3tc FULL SIZE bed complete. Very good condition. $70. Ph.: 792-9663. 55-43-2tp WANTED: CHEST-of-drawers. 792-1615. 53-43-3tp NOW YOU can clean shags and orientals professionally clean with new Rinse—N—Vac steam cleaner. Coast-to-Coast. 55-43-ltc USED FOR sale 20" boys' bike. $25.-Gambles. 55-43-tfc 18 CU. ft. side by side refrigerator freezer. 6 years old. Gambles. 55-43-tfc BEST DEAL around on 15 cu. ft. freezer. Gambles. 55-43-5tc BALED STRAW & 3rd cutting alfalfa hay. 792-4040. 55-41-3tp 53-42-5tc *Rhe«m is the registered trademark of the Rheem Manufacturing Company. SINGER Late model Touch & Sew' Excellent condition. $ 79.88 Cash or 12 payments of *7.22 Call 792-4193 55-43-2tc UNCLAIMED FREIGHT 12 new 1975 zig-zag sewing machines with full factory guarantee. Nationally advertised brand, to be sold for storage and freight, total $42.50 each. Can be paid for at $5.00 per month. These machines go to the first 12 people who write. Will be delivered to your home for you to sew on and make sure you are completely satisfied. Write: Claim Dept. 1741 Jefferson Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 55105 or telephone 1-612-698-3666. r S5-37-21p Mobil* Homes 56 '72 CONESTOGA 14'xSO' mobile home. Call after 4:30. 792-1528. 56-41-3tc For Rent 57 2 BEDROOM mobile home. Close to downtown. 792-2580 or 792-1334. 57-43-3tc Houses For Sale 63 TO BUY or sell - homes — acreages — farms. Comes Real Estate. 792-4295 or 792-1679. 63-131-tfc GNAM REALTY serves Carroll residents and newcomers. Phone 792-3815. 63-131-tfc TO BUY or sell homes, farms, acreages, whatever, call Wilspn Real Estate 792-3974, after 5 p.m. 792-9605 or 792-1189. 70-157-tfc Housts For Rant 64 Left in Lay-A way New Sewing Machine Never used. Large portion of price paid Pay cash balance or assume short term payments of *13.86; Call 792-4193 5S-43-2U TO FINANCE the home of your choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-130-tfc FURNISHED COTTAGE for rent. 629 West 2nd. 792-2197. 64-43-2tc Apartment For R«nt 65 LARGE 2 bedroom with 2 baths, fireplace & other extras. 792-4318; after 6 p.m. 792-2780. 65-43-3tc WANTED: MALE roommate to ! share apartment. 792-9033. Call • after 6 p.m. 65-42-3tc 6%PASSBOOK INVESTMENT ACCOUNT COMPOUNDED DAILY 6 per cent Interest per annum on demand deposits with a $25 minimum deposit. Your money is available without interest loss. Interest paid to day of withdrawal. You can add to or withdraw from your account at any time. PLUS . 4 Other Reasons to Participate In Our investment Program 8.5% 7.5% 7.0% On thrift certificates with a minimum deposit of $5,000 for 5 years. On thrift certificates with a minimum deposit of $3,000 for three years. Interest per annum on thrift certificates that require only a $1,000 deposit for a 24-month period. Interest per annum on thrift certificates with a $1,000 minimum deposit for 12 months. Remember, you can save by the 10th and earn from the 1st. This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. The offer is made only by prospectus to residents of the State of Iowa. MID Hwy. 30 at Carroll Street' Carroll, Iowa 5t<01 Phone /92-125Q

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