Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 9, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Deaths, Funerals | JEffiSiWm' 2 Daily Record RUTH YETTER LAKE CITY -^ Ruth Yetter, '74, of Lake City, died Monday morning, March 8, at the Eastern Star Home at Boone. She taught in the elementary school system here for over 40 years. Services will be held at 1 K.C. to Give for Monitor, KHS Sweaters The Carroll Knights of Columbus decided to donate $500 to the Carroll County Ambulance Service fund for heart monitor equipment at the business meeting Monday night. The Knights also plan to make a donation to the Chamber of Commerce fund drive to purchase sweaters for the Kuemper High School Basketball team. The Chamber plans to buy sweaters for the basketball players in honor of their going to the state tournaments next week. Rev. Jerome P. Coyle, of the Holy Angels parish, Roselle, was introduced as the new chaplain. He replaces the Rev. Richard Birdsall. Tom Schapman reported the Knights plan to hold a bicentennial essay contest for the area schools before the end of the school year. The Knights plan a fish fry every Friday night during Lent. They plan to begin serving to the public at 6:30 p.m. The monthly stag and pool tournament will be March 17 with roast beef on the menu. The couples night will be March 24 with roast beef being served. Couples are reminded that reservations are needed. Country Club Elects Directors Richard Watson and Crowley Spindler were elected to the Board of Directors of the Carroll Country Club at the club's annual stockholders meeting held Monday evening. They replace Robert Feldmann and Mrs. William Blohm who served three years on the board. - Holdover directors are Darwin Bunger, Harold Bierl, Mrs. Charles Fangman, Fred Dolezal, David Collison, William Goddwlri 1 and Robert' Mosher. No Indictment in Boone Death BOONE, Iowa (AP) — A Boone County Grand Jury returned no indictments in the stabbing death of Clive motorcyclist Glen Breeden. Talks (Continued From Page 1) companies that they be guaranteed continued access to Saudi oil at equitable prices. Shapp, campaigning in a Miami suburb, said the session "symbolizes and highlights what is wrong in America and the world today. '"A handful of powerful sheiks and the heads of a few major American oil companies are deciding the future economic destiny of billions of people throughout the world." Shapp also said Ford should call for nationalization of U.S. oil firms if he finds the agreement is not satisfactory for U.S. consumers. However, a Federal Energy Administration official in Washington said that because of current U.S. reserves it is not believed the negotiated sale of Aramco will raise domestic gasoline prices. Joseph H. Sander Carroll - Aa* 72 * Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Hem* after 2 p.m. Tuesday Rotary at 3, • and • 8:45 p.m. Tuetday Mau of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church, Rt. Rev. ftbgr. Lee leni, V.F. officiating Final Retting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery p.m. Wednesday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, with the Rev. Stewart Congdon officiating. Burial will be. in Lake City Cemetery. Miss Yetter, daughter of Harry and Mary Holler Yetter, was born at Yetter • Jan. 26, 1902. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and of Lake Queen Chapter No. 119, Order of the Eastern Star, at Lake City. Surviving are two brothers, Claude Yetter. of Omaha, ' Neb., and Paul Yetter of Greenfield. MRS. GEORGE STANGL Final rites for Mrs. George (Pearl) Stangl of,Casper, Wyo., were held here at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz officiated. Pallbearers were Julius Kanne, Leonard Bromert, William Reicks and Louis Nockels. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended from Fremont and Lincoln, Neb.; Jefferson, Templeton and Carroll. Mrs. Stangl, whose husband is a former Carroll resident, died at Casper March 4. JOSEPH H.SANDER Mass of the resurrection for Joseph H. Sander, 72, of Carroll will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in St. Francis Cemetery, Maple River. Mr. Sander died at his home in the Courtview Apartments Monday morning, March 8. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. The rosary will be recited Tuesday at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Mr. Sander, son of Joseph and Mary Lemker Sander, was born 'in Carroll County Jan. 30, 1904, and was educated at Maple River. From 1936 until 1969 he owned and operated the Sinclair service station north on U.S. Highway 71. He was semi-retired and worked • parttime at Paul and Wayne's. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church, Holy Name Society and the Golden Circle Club. Survivors include two brothers, Leonard Sander of ,, Carroll and Tony Sander of, Arcadia; five sisters, Mrs. Fred (Johanna) Middendorf of Colfax, Mrs. Ben (Caroline) Leiting of Arcadia, Mrs. Lawrence (Helen) Nieland of Breda, Mrs. Wilbur (Marie) Ludwig of Albert City and Mrs. Fred (Bertha) Vonnahme of Carroll; nieces and nephews. A brother, Aloysius Sander, preceded him in death. • Slayings (Continued From Page 1) been seen for days. North Carolina authorities already had been focusing their search for the identity of the victims on the Washington area because a shovel bearing the label of a Montgomery County hardware store had been found near the grave. The victims were identified from photographs as Bishop's wife, Annette, 37; the Bishops' three children, William Bradford III, 14, Brenton G., 10, and Geoffrey, 5; and Bishop's mother, Lovellia Bishop, 68. Montgomery County police say they believe the killings occurred about 6:30 p.m. March 1 at the Bishop's $100,000, splitlevel home in the exclusive Carderock Springs section of the Washington suburb of Bethesda, Md.' Bloodstains were found in all four bedrooms of the house, police said, as well as bloody trails to the driveway. Police said there was no sign of forced entry at the Bishop home, no weapon has been found and there was "no struggle in the home as far as we could tell." Police said it appeared the bodies were carried out the front door of the home, loaded into the family's 1974 station wagon and driven the 275 miles to the isolated'eastern North Carolina burial site. The station wagon reportedly was seen near the gravesite about 10a.m. the next morning, shortly before the fire led to the discovery of the bodies. Police in both states are searching for the car. No motive for the killings has been determined, according to police. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.40 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.46 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA)— Livestock' quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 3,300; barrows and gilts moderately active, weights under 250 Ib generally 1.00 lower, 250-270 Ib 50-1.00 lower, heavier weights generally 50 off U.S. 1-3, 200-240 Ib 46.0(M6.25; sows 25 to mostly 50' lower; 325-600 Ib 41.50-42.50. Cattle and calves: 5,500; slaughter steers and heifers moderately active, steady to weak, instances 25 lower; cows fairly active, fully 50 higher; 2 loads choice with end-prime 1,175-1,200 Ib steers 37.00; choice 975-1,250 Ib 35.50-36.75; 2 loads good and choice 1,150-1,325 Ib for Canadian shipment 37.00; choice 875-1,050 Ib heifers 34.25-35.50; some choice and prime 975-1,025 Ib 35.00-35.35; utility and commercial cows 27.00-30.00; canner and cutter 21.50-27.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 65,000. Trade fairly active; demand fairly good; butchers mostly 1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 44.00-44.25; plants 44.50-45.00; few 43.50-45.50; sows 50-1.00 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 38.00-40.50. COURTHOUSE License to Wed— Reggy J. Rphrbeck, 24, and Fay A. Wenck, 19, both of Glidden. New Vehicles Registered— Detlefsen Electric, Manning, Ford; Andrews Roofing and Sheet Metal, Carroll, Ford; David N. or Carol Friedman, Templeton Chevrolet; Randall L. Irlbeck or Kristy S. Hall, Dedham, Ford; Leo or Hilda Stangl, Dedham, Datsun; Edward E. County Budget Hearing Set for Monday Monday at 10 a.m. has been set as the county budget hearing by the Carroll County Board of Supervisors. The board finalized the budget estimate Monday at its monthly meeting. The supervisors also agreed .to purchase gravel in cooperation with a farm group in Crawford County (about 20,000 tons a year) and granted Coon Rapids a permit to install a sewer line under a county road near the city. In other action, the board amended an earlier action so the county can receive more money from the federal government for county roads. The $51,889 total is expected to be used to build two new bridges. Club Hears Daily Grain KHS Coach DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) —-Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Monday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S: Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.40-2.46 4.35-4.45 N. Central 2.44-2.52 -4.43-4.49 Northeast 2.46-2.56 4.45-4.58 Southwest 2.37-2.43 S. Central 2.42-2.52 Southeast 2.53-2.61 4.53-4.66 4.34-4.46 4.43-4.51 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) —The stock market briefly scaled the 1,000, mark of the Dow Jones industrial average 'today buf'aimost as quickly retreated below that critical psychological landmark. The noon Dow average was ahead 7.48 at 996.22. But about 45 minutes after trading began the average was up about 11 points at around 1,001, the first time in more than three years the market had achieved that level. New York Stock Exchange-listed gainers held a 3 to 1 lead over losers. Brokers said the market apparently was riding the mo- me'ntu.m of Monday's 15.82-point rally, helping the Dow hit the 1,000 mark that eluded the market in several attempts two weeks ago. But they said profit taking cut into the day's earlier gains. Eli Lilly, the most active Big Board issue, fell % to 49% including a 142,500-share block at that price. The NYSE's composite, stock index was up 0.38 to 53.99, while the American Stock Ex change's market-value index added 0.38 to 104.82. Volume on the NYSE was an active 15.52 million shares, compared with 10.26 million in the first two hours of trading Monday. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) —Grainfu- tures prices were steady to firm in modest dealings on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat and soybean futures attracted the most buying interest after the government reported exports last week had improved over the previous week and a year ago. Another factor in the demand for wheat, in particular, was another government report that wind erosion had taken a heavy toll of acreage in the Southwest. The winter wheat crop has been in need of moisture for some time in that area and some of this'acreage carrying wheat was reportedly eroded by searing winds. The interest in wheat and soybeans tended to influence buying of corn and oats futures. Corn gained about I'/fe cents and oats less than 1. Soybean meal rose about $1 a ton and soy oil gained 25 points, or '/4 cent a pound. Wrestling Coach Terry Shannon of Kuemper High School spoke at the Kiwanis Club meeting Monday. Shannon and two student wrestlers, Mark Kloser and Mike Mosher demonstrated .the fundamentals-of high school wrestling and scoring. New members inducted into the club were Donald Tigges, the Rev. Donald Wuertz, Lou Walsh, Max Goodvin, Gary Tessmer and Jerry Bryan. President Reese Abbe announced the Fort Dodge Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a "breakfast of champions" on March 20. The Carroll Airport Appreciation.Pancake Day is scheduled for June 13 at the municipal airport. • Heartland Base Salary $9,552 A base salary of $9,552 was approved by the Heartland Education Agency Board of Directors Monday night in Ankeny. The pay schedule was increased 6.13 per cent for psychologists, hearing and speech clinicians, school social workers, special education demonstration teachers and specific disability and guidance counsultants employed by the agency. The base salary which will take effect July 1, will be for new employes with an undergraduate degree. Base salary for an employe with a master's degree will be $10,525. Heartland serves all the school districts headquartered in Carroll County. Personals Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Deloss Garrett were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bang of Grand Forks, N.D. The couple left Monday for South Bend, Ind., to visit their son and family. CORRECTION State Sen. Karl Nolin of Ralston was incorrectly identified as a Republican once in a story in Monday's Daily Times Herald. However, he was correctly referred to as a Democrat earlier in the story. Kock, Arcadia, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— LaVerne H. and Donna R. Gerdes to Glenn H. Kerkhoff, Lot 4, Block 20, Second Addition, Glidden. Everett and Alita D. Bliss W Louis L. and Arlyne J. Knueven 'Lot 2, .Block 61, Eighth Addition, Carroll. Louis L. and Arlyne J. Knueven to Denis L. and Linda M. Heim, Lot 2, Block 61, Eighth Addition, Carroll. Arlo E. and Jeanette A. Jons to Arlo E. and Jeanette A. Jons, SE'A, Sec. 31, Twp. 85N, Range 35W. John J. and Lois C. Hinners to Richard R. Hinners, part of NEV<, Sec. 27, Twp. 85N, Range 36W. Richard and Helen Hinners to John J. and Lois Hinners, SE'/4, Sec. 10, Twp. 83N, Range 36W. Dorothy M. Burns estate to Chester Brown, % interest in part of SE'/4SW'/4, Sec. 19, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. POLICE DEPARTMENT Juvenile Charged— A 17-year-old rural Carroll youth was charged with shoplifting Monday night by the Carroll Police Department. The ydhth was charged after' he allegedly took less than $20 worth of goods from Gibson's Discount Center, according to Officers Zene Smith and Larry Peters. STATE PATROL Truck-Semi Accident— A semi-trailer truck driven by Max R. Wenck, Route 2, Glidden, and a truck driven by Leonard L. Fielnveier, Glidden, collided Friday about six and a half miles south of Glidden on Carroll County N-44, State Trooper Mario Feick reported., Feilmeier was charged with having faulty equipment on his truck. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Monday— Alva Wilcox, Glidden, transferred from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to an Omaha hospital. Tuesday— Sheryl -Heller, Manning, taken to an Iowa City hospital. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 6— Mrs. Stena ; Peterson, Coon Rapids .„.-William D. Wieland. Carroll. Mrs. James O. Palmer. Coon Rapids Janet Quinn, Carroll " Mrs. 1 Edna Anderson, Coon Rapids Elizabeth Mohr, Westside Mrs. Edward Hackwell, Atlantic Anna Mae Rotert. Halbur Cindy Ewing. Arcadia Admissions March 7— Deborah Greteman, Arcadia Mark Downing, Glidden John Twogood. Carroll David Riesenberg, Carroll Kevin Hoffman, Gray Mrs. Mary Neitzel. Audubon Russell Heuton. Carroll John W. Long. Manning Mrs. Elmer Venteicher, Carroll Mrs. Richard Meyers, Coon Rapids Mrs. Gordon Boken, Audubon Mrs. Neil Farris, Coon Rapids Admissions March 8— .Mrs. Aldred Tigges, Carroll Glenn E. Stevens, Scranton Christine Sporleder, Carroll David Hathcock, Coon Rapids Ryan Yager. Coon Rapids Mrs. David Wolterman, Carroll LODGE MEETS Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 met in routine session Monday night at the IOOF hall. Following the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Earl Miller, lunch was served, provided by E.J. Daugherty and Mrs. Archie Jones. The next meeting date is March 22, with Mrs. Alice Krieg as lunch hostess. Fears Rebels May Be"oftered Spark New Conflict Seven Night Classes to The Weather IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday, Chance of light snow late tonight and Wednesday north. Low tonight mid 20s north, low 30s south. High Wednesday 30s north, 40s south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday Through Saturday Temperatures near seasonal normals with a chance of precipitation about Friday. Highs the 30s north, 40s south. Lows the teens north, 20s south. The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high .'.'.'.' 35 Yesterday's low 15 At 7 a.m. today 28 At 36 Weather A Year Ago- , Carroll temperatures a year ago today included a high of 29 and low of 16 degrees. The Des Moines Area 11 Community College will offer seven night classes at Carroll and Manning High Schools this spring. The Carroll classes will begin this week and continue through May. College credit will be received by persons participating in the classes. Veterans may receive G.I. benefits for enrolling in the courses. The Carroll classes are: Business Law II, 6-9 p.m. Monday; General Chemistry I, 6-11 p.m. Tfiursday; General Psychology, 6-8:30 p.m. Monday-Tuesday; Economics I, 9-12 p.m. Monday; Contemporary Literature, 6-9 p.m. Wednesday; Expository Analysis, 9-12 p.m. Wednesday, and Accounting III, 6-11 p.m. Thursday. Interested persons may sign up for the classes through this week by contacting Richard Hogan at the Carroll High School, 792-3586. The night courses scheduled at the Manning High-school are Principals of Accounting I, General Psychology, English-Mass Media, Introduction to Literature, and Human Growth and Developmerft. The classes will begin next week. More information may be had by calling Deniis Van Overschelde at the Manning High School, 653-3781. Vail Approves City Budget VAIL — A city budget of $101,085 was approved by the city council here at a lengthy meeting Monday night. The estimated taxes per $1,000 valuation is $7.74, City Clerk Mrs, Reynold (Mary) Stammer said. The council passed an ordinance requiring all dogs within the city limits to be chained throughout the year. Dog owners receiving three citations within six months for not having their dogs chained will be subject to a $100 fine, Mrs. Stammer said. A new State of Iowa Code Book will be purchased for the police department. ,t Legislature '(Contipued.FromPage 1) ri in property taxes and that's what we should spend our time on."Halvorsonsaid. "So much time and work by so many legislators has gone into this bill over the past several years that it would be a waste* not to give it full debate." said Oakley, a lawyer. He said he filed his amendment "so that I would have a chance to bring that point to the House." and that he would ask to withdraw it after he did so. More than 160 amendments to the bill had been filed by Monday and more were on the way. They reflected the strong feeliings of the members about such issues as the death penalty, so-called "victimless" sex crimes and a host of other issues. Among the amendments were at least three different proposals to restore the death penalty, which was repealed in Iowa in 1965. Rep. Wallace Horn, D-Cedar Rapids, hoped to use the bill as a vehicle to repeal the motorcycle helmet law passed last year, and a group of 46 sponsors headed by Rep. W. R. Dieleman, D-Pella, wants to make "sexual contact for hire" a serious misdemeanor. "I don't know how many persons in the House have read the bill in its entirety," 4aid Rep. Norman Jesse, D-Des Moines. the floor manager of the bill, "but judging from the number of amendments, there must be, quite a few." Jesse, chairman of the House Judiciary and Law Enforcement Committee, said he has asked lawyer members of the House to serve as a committee to answer questions about court procedures and the like. "A great deal of this bill is highly technical in nature and a great deal of it is understood by and is of interest to only the legal profession," Jesse said.. The bill is the product .of some eight years' study by legislators and lawyers; The Senate passed it last year. Iowa is one of the few, if not the only, state to attempt revision df substantive criminal laws and laws on criminal procedure, post conviction procedures and other criminal law aspects all in one bill. BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP) Moslem army deserters took over another southern Lebanese garrison 'before dawn today, and President Suleiman Franjieh warned that a chain of mutinies might encourage Israel to invade south Lebanon, and trigger a new Middle East war. Parliamentary sources said units from the .rebel "Lebanese Arab Army" occupied the garrison .at Board Sets April 13 for Bond Election GLIDDEN - April 13 has been tentatively set for a $150,000 bond election for the reconstructipn of outdoor athletic facilities by the Glidden-Ralston School District Board of Education. The school board must meet with William C. (Butch) Arts Jr., Carroll County elections commissioner, to verify the date. The bond issue would finance moving the football field to the east part of the school grounds, where the baseball field is now and building a track around the new football field. An eight-foot fence would enclose the area. The baseball field would be moved to the present football field site. New lights for both fields would be installed. In other business, the board approved the 1976-1977 school budget of $851,278. Four teachers turned in their resignations, Marsha Clancy, Mary Bries, Mrs. Arlene Rudi and Mrs. Ellanita Menz. Ice-breakers at Rotary Club 'Ice-breaker' speeches were given by two recently- inducted members of the Carroll Rotary Club Monday night. Giving highlights of their lives were Jay Krogh and Robert Peters. Duane Shriver was in charge of the program. Guests were Ted Howard and George E. Taylor! Boone Rotarians, -who -are promoting an interrjlub'meeting of four area clubs at' Boone April'5;<and Roy Baker of Cedar Rapids, son-in-law of Lester W. Wilke. 2 Picked Up for Vandalism OSKALOOSA. Iowa (AP) Police say they suspect two students at Oskaloosa High School in connection with an estimated $3.000 to $5,000 damage caused by Vandals during the weekend. Authorities say two boys were picked up Sunday in connection with a tire-slashing incident. The boys, 14 and 15 years old, were released to their parents' custody. Checks (Continued From Page 1) electronic system is available in their areas and how they can sign up for it. Eventually, all regular federal payments will be included in the system, which is part of an over-all trend toward electronic banking. Plumly said major advantages of electronic payments are that there is no risk of loss or delay in the mail and the deposits are in the recipient's account on the date the payment is supposed to be made. The system is designed to save money for the government and financial institutions by reducing paperwork and mailing costs. Rachaya, a strategic town that controls supply routes from Syria to Palestinian guerrilla bases in south Lebanon. The sources had no immediate information whether there was a shootout in Rachaya, the main station at the end of the so-called "Arafat Trail" on the western slopes of Mount Hermon just six miles from the Israeli border. The Lebanese Arab Army is led by Lt. Ahmed Khatib, a Moslem who defected from the army just before a Syrian-sponsored cease-fire began the current 47-day lull in Lebanon's civil war. The sources said Rachaya was seized barely 24 hours after another group of mutinous Moslem soldiers took control pf a mafar artillery base in the south, five miles north of the Israeli frontier. The sources said Syrian truce enforcers, however, talked 'the rebels into abandoning the artillery base at the Crusader-era Beaufort Castle today, allowing them safe conduct to push east and join Khatib's forces, unmolested. The first hint about the Rachaya attack came from Moslem Premier Rashid Karami at an extraordinary parliament session that extended the legislature's term 26 extra months. The 99-man parliament's term expires in April. But insecure conditions after 10 months of sectarian warfare were deemed unfit for new general elections. Karami told parliament the Beaufort Castle mutiny Monday and "what happened later in Rachaya" were part of a plot to' 'partition the army into Moslems and Christian factions." Beirut newspapers said Franjieh told an emergency session of Karami's cabinet that "the takeover may touch off a chain of similar mutinies and plunge the army into an open MoslemChristian confrontation. Adds Sex Bias to Charges in Case at Boone "•'BOONE, Iowa (AP) -The Iowa attorney general's office has added sex discrimination to a charge by Michael Baker, 28. that he was a victim of racial discrimination when a restaurant here did not hire him. Baker complained to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission that he was denied a job at the Arctic Circle Drive-In early last year "solely because of my race." Baker^s black. But at a hearing Monday, Asst. Atty. Gen. Roxanne Conlin amended the racial discrimination complaint to include sex discrimination after restaurant Manager Keith Whiteman said a woman was hired because "I think they (women) are, in general, a little better with the public." Whiteman denies any discrimination. Girl Struck, Killed by a Car CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — A girl died Monday after being hit by a car while on her way to junior high school here. Ellen Lilly. 12, daughter of John, died of massive internal injuries, authorities said. The driver of the car was identified by police as John Peter. 23. Cedar Falls. The accident is under investigation, officers said. Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY IN TH*e MATTER*OF THE CONSERVATORSHIPOF • FRANCES SI BENALLER Probate No. 9S79» . HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO WHOM*IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that the undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate: H«r«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: Be- .fllnnlng at a, point 175 feet North of the. Southeast Corner of the • ft""!!!*"' Quarter of said Section ' «• ."£ e . w !? t .! 50 «» B U tnen » North 50 feet, thence East 150 «« 0 «{.,« o l»M g e n South 50 feet to tht ! n . d var !S u f '••"" of household fur- n .L t , u . re/ /j xlures - equipment, appll- BnCVSf 61C. „ You are further notified that said public auction w I be held on the K'mlses of said real estate and at t n « n «arby Ho y Angels Hall In Roselle, Carroll County' Iowa on \ o'clock P/M.' 76 commllnc ' n <' « «"• Lawrence Slbenaller, " Conservator March 2,9,1976 "Notice of Public Sale" Notice Is hereby given that on 3-25-76 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC - 7660 Hlckman Rd Des Molnes, la to sell for cash the following vehicle: To wit: 1976 Chev Blazer - S No. CKL1B6F107669. General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle Is presently stored and may be seen at John Whaley Chev - Carroll, la. March 9,1976 "Notice of Public sale" .Nolle* Is hereby given that on 3-25-76 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC • 7660 Hlckman Rd Des Molnes, la to sell for cash the following vehicle: To wit: 1971 Olds «dr • S No. 3I4391M406603. General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle Is presently stored and may be seen at Hawk-Crampton Chevrolet - Denlson, la 51442. ! March 9,1976

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