Council (Continued From Page 1) decrease of $6,500 in operating arid maintenance supplies for the pool during the coming year. In addition, the city installed a new filtering system last year at a cost of $10,000, a cost which will not need to be repeated this year. CAT (Television Tower): Down $10.784 from $20,884 to $10.100. The city had to shell out. $13.584 last year as its share of the cost of rebuilding the tower that was felled by an ice and wind storm. The maintenance contract for the tower, however, will increase from $4,000 to $6,000. Sanitary Sewer and Water Works: Down $50,864 from $121,564 to $70,000. Last year capital outlays totaled $82.239, while capital outlays for the coming year are projected at only $9,600. But total salaries will increase from $18,000 to $33.100 and utility expenditures will go up by nearly $4,000. County Landfill Facility: The City of Carroll's share of operating the facility is expected to rise 10 per cent from 9.400 to $10.840. But the operation also needs a front-end loader and Carroll's share of the purchase price is expected to be about $15,000. The figure is not reflected in the budget, but will undoubtedly be added before the budget is given final approval. Downtown Comfort Station: Up $600 from $600 to $1,200. Cemetery: Up $16.765 from $23,335 to $40,100 or 72 per cent. The largest item is a $9,500 capital expenditure for roadway surfacing. There is also a $2,000 increase for other capital expenditures. Urban Renewal: Down from $5,786 to $1,000. The $1,000 will be used for maintenance of the canopies in downtown Carroll. Roadway Maintenance: Up $4.272 from $11.028 to $15,300 or 3.9 per cent. The main increases are $1.500 for supplies and $2,272 for sidewalk construction. Street Construction: Up $18.000 from $20,000 to $38,000 or .90 per cent. All of the increase is budgeted for street resurfacing projects. Airport: Down $87,950 from $104,950 to $17,000. The decrease'comes from a r e d u c t i o-n > i h c a ptjjt a V expenditures -r- last year $90,000 was spent on airport improvements and nothing is budgeted in that area for the coming year. Policy and Administration Program: (Operation of the Community Center Administrative offices): Down $17,444 from $218,980 to $201,536. The biggest reduction is again in capital outlays which totaled $26,200 last year. This year's budget calls for only $2,100 in capital expenditures. In addition, the general fund budget includes these notes: —The city will cease spending $5,469 to employ a public health nurse to serve St. Lawrence and Carroll Community, schools. The nurse will be employed by the school district. —Election expenses for the city totaled $1,600 this year, while no city elections are scheduled for next year. — Legal services will increase from $5,500 last year to approximately $12,000 next year. The increase will be spent to rewrite and recodify the city's ordinances. — Expenditures for Planning & Zoning will be reduced from $7,500 to an estimated $500. —The city has budgeted $14,000 for putting a new roof on the old public library building. The city budgeted $30,000 for work on the old structure in the 1975-76 budget. When work is completed on the building, it will house a museum under the direction of the Carroll County Historical Society. Fifth Feedlot Sales Program WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Farm Burea u Federation has established its fifth feedlot sales program. The 6n-the-farm marketing concern, known as Mid-Iowa Beefland, will involve sales at feedlots for Farm Bureau members in Franklin, Butler, Grundy and Hardin counties. The firm will begin operation April 1 and will handle 14,000 head of slaughter cattle, said Dave McVicker of Hampton, chairman of the organization. Similar organizations have been organized in 31 Iowa counties in the last two years. Legal Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11133 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Mary Stevens Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Mary Stevens Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of March, 1976, the last will and testament of Mary Stevens deceased bearing date of the 1st day of March, 1963, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Ruth Hoffman, Wilma Sowers, Elma Cormack were appointed executors 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 2nd day of March, 1976. Ruth Hoffman, RFD Marathon, la. Wilma Sowers 6906 N. 53rd. St. Omaha, Nebr. Elma Cormack RR. No. 1 Ft. Dodge, Iowa Hansen, Bunz & Mugan Attorneys for said Executors Manning, Iowa Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 10th day of March, 1976. March 3,10,1976 Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be In the Times Herald by 9 a.m. day of publication Mortday through Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch S1./0 Additional Insertions $1.50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 1!c Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 3Bc CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over20'"ords 10c per word Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank Father James Bruch, and all our relatives and friends for their wonderful acts of kindness after the death of our beloved father and grandfather — John C. Finegan. A very special thanks to our aunt — Mrs. Martha Ocken and cousins Mr. & Mrs. Ray Middendorf for the Ivoing help they gave. Also thanks to Joe and Tom Twit of Twit Funeral Home for their gracious service. Mr. & Mrs. Art Hulsing Mr. & Mrs. Rober Overmohle Mr. & Mrs. John Broich Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Roger Parkin 3-44-ltc Business Opportunities Hi-C Bill Adds to Iowa Noxious Weeds List DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The plant that produces poison which killed the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates was declared a noxious weed by the Iowa House Tuesday. The bill, passed 75-16 and sent to the Senate, would add poison hemlock, silver plume- grass and the Kansas state flower, the wild sunflower, to the list of secondary noxious weeds. Poison hemlock has nothing to do with the hemlock tree ,ihat grows in.forests; Rep. Glen .Borteli, 1 ' ft-Stv>'Charles ; plained. ' It is a plant of the parsley family that grows in fields and looks very much like wild dill, he said. ; Socrates drank a cup of hemlock after he was condemned to death, and it effectively killed him. The plant can be lethal to livestock, too, said Bortell. He said most loss of livestock occurs in the early spring when the toxic young . shoots of the hemlock plant are emerging. The ground often is soft, and livestock pull the hemlock root out of the ground also. The root is more poisonous than the shoots. Bortell said. He added that humans also have 'been poisoned because they gather the weed thinking it is dill weed. Some members asked whether declaring the wild sunflower a noxious weed might touch off a row with the state of Kansas, where sunflowers growing along the highways have been named the state flower. When the legislature attempted to make the sunflower a noxious weed several years ago, the Kansas Legislature retaliated by introducing a resolution to declare the goldfinch, Iowa's state bird, a public nuisance. Conservation Unit Votes to Acquire Land DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Qoriservation Commission has voted to approve $500,000 in state land acquisitions and $300,000 for land purchases by county conservation boards. One, of the county deals approved was Black Hawk County's purchase of the 69- acre Hartman Reserve in Cedar Falls for $3.295 an acre. The commission Tuesday also approved Butler County's purchase of 50 acres along the Shell Rock River for $25 an acre. One state purchase — along French Creek in Allamakee County — was authorized with the provision that an attempt be made to resell or trade away much of the tract. /The 211-acre farm was offered to the commission as a block, but the agency wants only the parts useful for trout stream access and wildlife habitat. 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 those 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-lime 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. S-3S-2lp JUST LISTED DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT in Carroll. Excellent income during the summer months. Great for a family operation. Excellent location. Call us today. Phone 792-3974 After 5 p.m. — 792-9605, 792-1189,792-1161 or 792-2565. 5-44- lie Announcements Mine Your Attic Gold With A Classified Announcement! CHROME PIECES with the silver look — Reduced to your liking - Now $5.50 to $9.50. Clementine's. 6-41-tfc USED FURNITURE - We buy & sell. Phone 515-386-2417, Gilroy Used Furniture & Auction, Jefferson. 6-38-ltc You haven't begun to read today's paper until you have read every ad on this page. Lest LOST: WHITE Samoyed female dog (large dog) — brown collar/tags. 792-1489. 7-43-3tc LOST Would the person who purchased a used green floral studio couch from Main Street Furniture please check to see if a ladies' watch is in it. REWARD. Call collect 71 2-684-7776 after 5 p.m. 7-«-3ip Personals Is Drinking a Problem? Call 792-1344, 8to4:3U or 792-1197 Evenings CARROLL CO. ALCOHOLISM SERVICE CENTER 814 N. Main So. Entrance Harry Bolinenkamp, Director Race isn't easy, but he can be had! (Grand Prix) 9-44-lip Investments 11 7.5% interest per annum on thrift certificates that require only $1,000 deposit for a 24-month period at Mid-States Enter prises. Inc., Hwy. 30 & Carroll Street In Downtown Carroll. Phone 792-1250. 11-35-1tc Business Services 14 PRINGLETAX SERVICE, INC. Across from Holiday Station NEW OFFICE HOURS: 8A.M. to 10 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 Comitd, Mgr. 14:255-85tfc 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 6-42-3tc Views Differ on Using' Food for Diplomacy ALTOONA, Iowa (AP) — Former federal agriculture chiefs expressed differing opinions on "food diplomacy" during a meeting of the National Farm Institute here Tuesday. Charles Brennan. 72, who served as former President Harry Truman's secretary of agriculture, said "everyone recognizes food as a major instrument of diplomacy and a bargaining tool of vast importance in the international , area." But Clifford Hardin, 60. who headed the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the early years of the Nixon Administration, said the United States "should not use food as a gun as (other) nations have used oil. "That is not our style, and it is not in our best national interest." Hardin added that food "has the potential of playing a significant part in world peace." .The two appeared at the opening session of a three-day institute. Former Iowa Congressman Fred Schwengel, who is now president of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society in Washington, and Carl Hamilton, vice president of Iowa State University, spoke at the banquet program Tuesday night For all chain saw sales service call or see REIN ART SERVICE 7th & Hwy. 30 Ph. 792-2126 (Iowa Small Engine Center) 14-240-Hc JACOBSEN TRAVEL AGENCY 225 E. 5th Phone 792-4431 Paul Fricke, Manager 14-tlc Business Services 14 iSuttru'0 VAC SHOP The Hlace 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 ,et the Daily Times Herald help you at your farm sale. DAN'S SAW SHARPENING Circle Saws Chain Saws Handsaws 418 S. Walnut Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-3719 14-44-3tp While the label may read 'WASHABLE" Don't Gamble DYES OFTEN BLEED IN WATER but seldom bleed when drycleaned. Drycleaning prolongs natural deepness of fabric colors. GARMENTS LAST LONGER DRYCLEANED. It gently dissolves out ALL oils and greases that soap and water can't touch. Washing causes many fibers to swell and weaken, shortening fabric life. DOUBLE KNITS, POLYESTERS, BLENDS, ALL "EASY CARE" CLOTH ING LOOKS BETTER AND LASTS LONGER DRYCLEANED. Most anything that is washable can be drycleoned betterl H RCLEANERS Car roll 792-4333 14-39-Uc WE OFFER QUALIFIED PARTS AND SERVICE ON THE FOLLOWING BRANDS: General Electric Maytag Frigidaire Westinghouse Kitchenaid Tappan Magic Chef Caloric Amana Sub-Zero Admiral Whirlpool Dial 792-2696 for "Pink Fleet" Service Watters Appliance Center Carroll u-a^n Juanita 's Bridal • Wedding Gowns • Veils • Hats • Bridesmaid and Mothers' Gowns • Men's Formal Wear Rental 1 0 A.M. TO 5 P.M. lues. Thru Sat. Closed Mon. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 515-386-2417 'Blk,Westof -': Je ffersonjowa Ford Dealer , . ) 53.36-1* NEW LISTING 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 63-43-2U New Listing — well located, quaint stucco 3 bedroom home with basement & garage. 123?) Lovely Southside 3 bedroom home — Living room, dining room, full basement with beautiful new rec room. High 20s. «33> Lovely Northslde 3 bedroom home. New vinyl siding, nice landscaped y.ard, full finished basement. Mid 40s. , (216) Immaculate Northside 4 bedroom home. Only 7 years old. Newly painted inside, near new drapes, central air, double garage. Hurry for this one. $44,550 (227) 3 Bedroom Northslde new split foyer home under construction. Excellent location. Mid 40s. 1206) Elegant Northslde: 3 bedroom brick home — Fireplace, double garage. If you are looking for an exceptional home you must see this one. 12121 "Many others" Highway 30 West 792-3974 Carroll After 5 Jerry or Doris Wilson 792-9605 Mark Harman 792-1 189 Ron Richardson 792-1 161 Norm Winchester 792-2565 63-44-itc im»» Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, March 3, 1976 8 lutiness Services 14 LEANING. FINISHING & alterations. Pick up, delivery & shop in car window. 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-40-ltc ENERAL HOME, repair. Roofing, painting, siding etc. 792-3719 or 792-4574 after 5. 14-44-Stc CRANE SERVICE available in this area. Call 659-3004. Midwest Marketing Industries, Glidden, Iowa. 14-130-tfc Business Services 14 PIANO Tuning & repair Now scheduling for MARCH For quick service call Gary Under 653-7531 Manning. 14-42-Hc arm Equipment Sales Help 21 WE SERVICE all makes and models of appliances. Call 792-9705. Fast dependable service. Carroll Cooperative Co. 14-130-tfc ERVICEMASTER THE cleaning people who care about your floors, walls, furniture. 792-2155. 14-130-tfc STEREO SERVICE CB sales and installation. Stereo.Town. 792-3522. 14-130-tfc Where To Go 17 LADIES' NIGHT at the TOP HAT Wednesday 8 p.m. til closing Unescorted Ladies ] /2 PRICE 17-42-3tc Come To Where It Happens AZTEC LOUNGE Coon Rapids, Iowa * * * n *«* ENTERTAINMENT March 4-5 & 6 "BIG AL and COMPANY" 'erforming Country Western music and songs from the 50s. FOOD*SPECIALS Mar. 5 & 6 - Smorgasbord + full menu Tues., Mar. 9- Announcing a new & delicious seafood — Abalone & Scallop Steak $2.95 Wed., Mar. 10-Chicken Special $2.35 Thurs., Mar. 11-Bar-B-Qued Rib Special $3.75 Open Tuesday thru Saturday SALES POSITION with a present and a future. 3 Openings. Excel lent opportunity. Average $1,200 to $1,500 per month. To qualify must have car, good educational 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." 21-43-tfc Help Wanted 23 CUSTODIAN WANTED for complete care & cleaning of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Apprx. 20 hrs. per week. Call 792-4354 or 792-3412. 53-44-1 Ic COCKTAIL 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. 23-43-3tc BABYSITTER 792-2827. WANTED. 8-5. 23-44-tfc WANTED Stop at Jack'sShack Carroll, Iowa for your favorite beverage. Free*wooden nickel with every 12 pack sold to go. COOK-KITCHEN MANAGER For Congregate Meal Program Appx. 6 hrs. per day - 5 days per wk. Some cleanup. Application available at Chamber of Commerce or write Mrs. Zenas Becker 1036 N. Crawford, Carroll 23- 44.11C 17-44-Stc Good Things To Eot 18 OVEN-FRESH f Goodies ELECTRONICS . Does electronics turn you on? I you are a H.S. grad,. vyith a good math background,' We have training and jobs for you Call Navy opportunities collect 712-263-3343, Denison. 23.44.11 Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: SHINGLING, cemen & odd carpentry jobs. 792-1355 or 792-9041. 24-44-10tp WILL DO babysitting in my home — day or night 792-3472. 24-44-5tc LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE ositiens Available 26 ECEPTIONIST- BOOKKEEPER . . . (Dental office.) Write Box 1-9, % Daily Times Herald. 26-42-3tc 29 IOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 29-131-tfc atcheries 32 CHICKS Baby & Started Keystone & Welp Line pullets Also the best Broilers You get more meat & eggs at less cost. Order yours today! Buelt Hatchery Breda, Iowa Phone 673-2681 32-2S-3tp Order your Pullets and Broilers now. B & B Hatchery, Inc. Car roll 792-9870 32-44-ltc Auction* 40 CONSIGNMENT AUCTION every Thursday at 7 p.m. You bring it - we sell it. 515-386-2417. Gilroy Used Furniture & Auction, Jefferson. 40-38-ltc Livestock For Sale 41 BLACK POLAND China boars. Serviceable age. Kenneth Jensen, Manning. 653-21331 41-52-Stp DUROC BREEDING stock. Hockett & Son Manning. 653-0314. 41-34-15tp JULY-AUGUST Hampshire ' boars. Don Wallace, Churdan. 685-3793. 41-43-10tc Wonted To Buy 53 WANTED: 792-1615. CHEST-of-drawers. 5M3-3tp SPINET PIANO. 792-9095. 53-42-5tc For Sole. 55 TO FINANCE the appliance 61 your choice see Personal Lenders, Thomas Plaza, Carroll. Call, 792-2555. 55-223-ttc 1 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 SAVAGE MODEL 340 cat. .222 Rem. 3x9 scope. 669-3370 after 6p.m. 55-43-3tc JUMBO CINNAMON ROLLS ex ENRICHED r ,_ EGG BUNS .. Pk B .ofi2. 51* ASST., _ », , 0 COOKIES 3 DOI . H 39 ENRICHED COUNTRY .... LOAF BREAD ....20-0*. 44< Register for Free decorated cake Last week's winner Mrs. Lavern Schultz, Lake View Bread hot from the oven EVERY DAY at 3:30 TUESDAY IS DISCOUNT DAY DON'S BAKERY CARROLL, IOWA 1B-44-1tc MARCH SPECIAL DISCOUNTS On all Herbicides, Insecticides, Starter Fertilizers, Grass Seeds, Seed Beans and McCurdy Seed Corn. Albert Halbur Halbur, Iowa Phone 658-2122 or 653-1224 PUBLIC AUCTION 230 ACRES SAC COUNTY LAND Monday, March 8 10 O'Glock A.M. on Premises Located 2 miles west and 3'/2 miles north of Lake View or 6'/2 miles north of Wai I Lake Farm will be sold as Improved 120 acres, unimproved 60 acres and unimproved 53 acres. This is a good producing farm with a good community value. Immediate possession with acceptation of 1976 lease to Russell Page, the present tenant. Buyer will be expected to pay 15% down day of sale, balance July 1,1976. For more information contact: Sherman McCrea, Jr. Sac City or Loreri Albrecht, Wall Lake, auctioneers or Warren Bush, Wall Lake, Attorney. ANNA 1. HERRIG, ESTATE Albrecht & McCrea, Auctioneers '
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