Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 19, 1976 · Page 7
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Columbus Fights Back, but Heelan Wins DESMOINES.Iowa(AP)- You almost had to be there to believe It could happen when it came to the windup first-round Class AAA games of the boys state basketball tournament. "It was a game that they couldn't win and then couldn't lose," said Sioux City Heelan Coach Dick Collins after his team took a bizarre 76-68 overtime game from Waterloo Columbus. His strange statement was very true, however, when you consider this. Waterloo Columbus trailed by 15 points with 10 minutes to play, but amazingly rallied to take a 66-64 lead with 23 seconds to play and — with a blunder by Heelan that led to two more free throw chances — could have won in regulation. Heelan dominated with its rebounding strength in the overtime, and Columbus never had a chance after falling behind quickly by seven points. One statistic told the story of the other first-round game. It read: Rebounds—Marshalltown 67, Fort Madison 37. the final score was a little closer, but not much with the eighth- rated Bobcats prevailing 65-50. Semifinal matchups Friday will find top-ranked Ames, 22-0, playing No. 12 Carroll Kuempe r , 18-2, and Marshalltown, 17-5, testing Sioux City Heelan, 18-5. "It's really ironic," lamented Columbus Coach Virgil Erickson after his dramatic loss. "We've been a good free throw shooting team this season — shooting about 09 per cent. Free throws have won us a lot of games.'' Mercurial guard Clayton Thomas capped Columbus' comeback with a drive-in basket and two free throws — because of an undercutting foul — to give Columbus the 66-64 lead. Heelan took time out to set up a last shot, but when the Crusaders came back on the floor they found Columbus had switched to a zone defense. Mike Courey recognized i the change and immediately called for a timeout. His team, however, had used up its allotment, and it cost Heelan a technical foul Sports Glances Gym Meet Opens Nebraska is hoping to put an end to Iowa State's string of Big Eight Conference gymnastics championships when the league tournament begins today in Boulder, Colo. The Cornhuskers defeated Iowa State in one dual meet earlier this season, but also dropped a match to the Cyclones, winners of eight straight league titles. Iowa State, with a regular Business & Professional Directory INTERNATIONAL Handling all phatM of Travel NO CHARGE FOR OUR SIRVICE 101 W. ilh Carroll 792-9742 NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL There's A Want Ad Just For You Phone 792-3573 •OOKKEEPINC . FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT HM MOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Homo 106 W. 6th St. 653-3116 season record of 12-1, is the second ranked team in the nation behind Indiana. Nebraska, despite a mediocre dual meet record of 4-3, is ranked third. Other teams entered in the two-day tournament are Colorado, Kansas and Oklahoma. Don Young, a senior defening his title in the Pommel horse, will be leading Iowa State's squad. The compulsories in all events will be held today, with the team finals scheduled for Saturday afternoon and the individual finals Saturday with a resulting Columbus free throw opportunity and gave the Sailors the ball. Randy Richards missed the free throw and Heelan fouled, sending Thomas to the free throw line with a one-and-one opportunity. He missed and Heelan went quickly down the floor and Courey hit a 15 foot, turnaround jump shot at the buzzer. "You can't fault Courey," said Collins afterwards. "It was only doing what was natural when he recognized that we had our play on for a man-toman and not a zone. He didn't know we had taken our last timeout — it was our fault in not telling the player. That's something we'll take care of in the future." Jeff Ingrum and Courey night. Coach Quits John Bryant resigned as head basketball coach at Wilmington College. Floyd Ties Ray Floyd fired a four-under-par 68 to tie Lanny Wadkins for the first-round lead in the $175,000 Greater Jacksonville Open Golf Tournament. Goolagong Wins Top-seeded Evonne Goolagong defeated Jeanne Evert, Chris' younger sister 6-1, 6-1 in the Maureen Connolly Brinker Tournament. Charles Pasarell defeated Mark Cox 6-3, 6-4 to move on to the semifinals of the World Championship of Tennis Tournament. Timei Harold, Carroll, la. f Friday, March 19, 1976 / lltlllttlt*t*IMIMI*f • ••eliMMIMttiltlMlllMt each hit four free throws in the overtime, and Columbus never was closer than five points. "The shot that tied it up wasn't a freebie," added Erickson. "We made him work for it and give him credit, he hit a tough shot." Al Jones led Heelan with 18 points but fouled out before all the fireworks. Courey finished with 16, Ingrum 14 and John Harty 10. Richards, whose steal set up Thomas' four-point play, led the Sailors with 23, and Kevin Coughlin added 16. "Marshalltown is a very physical team —a lot like us," said Collins of the semifinal matchup with the Bobcats. "I just hope nobody gets hurt out there. "We've got to be careful not to get in foul trouble. I think the deciding factors will be who has the stronger inside game and who dominates the rebounding." Against short but scrappy Fort Madison, Marshalltown was devastating in those two areas, mostly because of 6-foot-8 center Rick DeVolder who poured in 31 points and grabbed 23 rebounds. Fort Madison led only in the first couple minutes and after Marshalltown ran off seven points in the final 34 seconds of the first quarter for a 15-7 lead, the Bloodhounds couldn't recover. Eight straight DeVolder points midway through the second quarter broadened the lead to 30-14. Fort Madison closed to within six with four minutes to play but again Marshalltown pulled away. "With that kind of board work, it's hard to get beat," said a happy Marshalltown Coach George Funk. "Rick had good position for most of his rebounds and rebound baskets, so even against a bigger center he was going to score. He worked very hard all day." DeVolder had to sit out parts of the second and third quarters with foul troubles, and that coupled with some good long-range shooting let Fort Madison come back. "Our guards kind of backed off them somewhat in the second half, and they started to get the ball down," added Funk. "The paper tells it," said Fort Madison Coach Jerry Slykhuis. "It's hard to come back when you can't get more than one shot each time down the floor, and that's what was happening to us." Craig Weuve added 14 for Marshalltown, which shot only 36.4 per cent. Jim Meierotto and Dave Clay had 13 each for Fort Madison, which saw a 13- game winning streak snapped. "We won the ballgame with terrible shooting," summed up Funk, "so if we can play that well and shoot better we're going to be okay the rest of the way." Spencer vs. Forest City for Title DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Is there another Council Bluffs St. Albert's in the making? It appears that might be the case in Iowa's second Class . AA basketball tournament as Spencer, a team with a lackluster 16-6 record, will vye with No. 18 Forest City for the title. "We played what you would have to call a fine game tonight," said Coach Charlie Barrett after his team held off No. 19 Maquoketa 65-63. "I think we've proved we belong here." And it was very evident that the Tigers' opponent for Friday night's finale did too, ripping Atlantic 69-47. P.M. WINJUM O.D. Optometrist Complete Vision Car* including Contact L«nso> Dial 792-3318 1 Block West of Sornotf • BOB KRAUS & RAY LENZ INSURANCE CALL 792-2580 or 673-4422 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS THERE'S FOOD-A-PLENTY when you order a meal at Tony's. Our varied menu has something for everyone in the family; with generous portions at family budget prices. Jet. Hwy. 71 & 30 PARTY RESERVATIONS — DIAL 792-9123 Carroll "They were just fantastic," said Atlantic Coach Jerry Waugh in praise of Forest City. "I don't think we played a team this year that could come within 15 points of them." Spencer didn't look as awesome but pulled out its second surprise of the tournament. "Our shooting was good from out — and I thought our defensive effort was very strong," offered Barrett. "Put those together and it's a good combination." His team came to the tournament lightly regarded — receiving only one of a possible 63 votes to take the crown, and that from a local writer. It was the same case a year ago. St. Albert surprised a strong field, including Forest City in the semifinals, en route to the title. The Falcons finished 19-6. "We played solid basketball the last month or so," continued Barrett, whose team tied for third in the Lakes Conference with Sheldon and behind Storm Lake and Cherokee. "We've won 10 straight — including some close ones." Add the Maquoketa contest to the latter category. The Tigers led almost all the way but nearly lost it in the final minutes. "The team with the most talent won tonight," commented Maquoketa Coach Bill Fleming. "But not the team with the most heart and most guts. They just had better athletes that us — and five better shooters." Maquoketa's rag-tag bunch nearly pulled the game out. coming back from a nine-point, fourth-quarter deficit to within three at 55-52 with a little over a minute to play. I DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact lento* — Children's Visual Problem* New Ground Floor Location - 524 N. Adam* St. (Between Smart Sot Salon and Shorwin-Williamt) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa Optometrists DR. H.K. RICHARDSON, DR. J.S. RICHARDSON, Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 792-9277 5I6V2N. Adams St. R.J. FERLIC, M.D. 71S N. Adamt - Carroll, Iowa Office Houra: 9 to 12 - 1 to S General Practice — Obttetria Fractures'— X-Rayt Off ice Dial 792-4120 Home Dial 792-34M titcTiosTATic corr mm * BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE 322 East 6th St. Ph. 792-3805 FARMER CHIROPRACTIC LIFE CENTER Pringle Building - 529 N. East St. Family Practice of Chiropractic Phone 792-3605 Hours — by Appointment WIN. Main Strttt Dh T12.7M-3S2I Carroll. low" 11401 PR . . Coon R.pldt, lew. MoM Blankenbaker Chiropractic Clinics s DR. T.E. BLANKENBAKER v i CLINIC DIRECTOR C«roll Hourj: Coon „„,„,, MoMrt . T?".H» V » 9-m-II-OO Mondav-*:00-B:00 L U H* <£t'^-M.?-M Tuesday-1:00-5:30 <|tMs M( k hi lit l)rttimj Blue Cross Blue Shield Best buy in the world. You're in no mood to have anyone lecture you about how cheap food really is these days, right? Okay. It's true ... your total food bill is running bigger than ever before. But we'd like for you to remember two facts next time you shop: One: We Americans spend less of our take-home pay on food than any people on Earth. We average about 18% of our take-home pay* for food. The Japanese pay over 30%. In Eastern Europe and Russia, it takes from 35% to 50%. In many countries, the rate is over 70% ... if the food's available at all. Two: On the average, we Americans are spending a smaller percentage of our take-home n/Vlr| Agriculture pay for food every year. In 1950, an average American family spent 22.2% of its take-home pay for food. In 1960, it took 207r. This year, the typical family will spend about I87c of its take-home pay for food.* We're not asking you to hum the Star Spangled Banner when you go through the checkout lane this week. We just hope you'll think kindly for a minute about the system which brings good food to you ... on a regular basis. Granted, it's not perfect. It's just the best arrangement anybody in the world's come up with yet. This message brought to you by the National Agri-Marketing Association and SCHETTLER SEED FARM CARR01J.. IOWA 51401 A questionable offensive foul on center Lester Johnson took away a basket with 36 seconds left that would have brought the Cardinals to within one. A traveling call 20 seconds later took away another two-pointer. Bill Gabelmann hit one free throw with nine seconds left, and Spencer let Clay Romer score unmolested with three seconds to play. The Tigers didn't even bring the ball in bounds as time ran out. Official City Council Proceedings COUNCIL MEETING March 2,1976 The Council, City of Carroll, Iowa met In special session on this date, with all members present, Including Mayor Schechtman and City Attorney TanCreti. A discussion was held on installation of an automatic sprinkler system at the Municipal Golf Course at a cost of approximately 19,000.00. The Council agreed to have the Public Works Director to proceed with the project. The Council considered and approved for filing and publication the proposed budget for the ensuing year. The Council fixed the time and place for the public hearing, on March 15, 1976 at 5:00 o'clock P.M., at the Council Chambers, City Hall, and directed the Clerk to publish the required notices and estimate summary as required by law. There being no further business to transact at this time the Council agreed to adjourn until 5:00 o'clock P.M. on March 8, 1976. RONALD H. SCHECHTMAN MAYOR ATTEST: Leon P. Oswald Clerk March 19, 1976 COUNCIL MEETING MARCH 8, 1976 The Carroll City Council met in regular session on this date with all members present including City Attorney Tan Creti. Councilman Galetich, Mayor Pro Tempore, presided at the meeting In the absence of Mayor Schechtman. The minutes of the meetings held in February, 1976 were read and approved as read. It was moved by Bunger and seconded by Knauss to approve the bills as audited. On roll call, all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. 300.00 Hiway Texaco, Ltd., gasoline i2,671.64 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., phone bills 558.31 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., gas bills .... 1,088.78 Stone Printing Co., supplies & equipment 418.65 B & H Super Valu, rec. dept. supplies 14.35 Sernett's Leisure Center, rec. dept. supplies 20.03 Carroll Lumber Co., repairs & supplies 425.16 Metro Uniforms, Inc., police uniforms 369.90 Bliss Tire Service, golf course equipment tire .. 18.84 National Chemsearch, paint & remover 186.10 Swaney Equip. Co., equipment repair 47.81 Brown Supply Co., Inc., street sign material — 644.00 Ed M. Feld Equip. Co., recharge fire extinguisher 10.00 Great Plains Gas, gas at cemetery 37.50 Schenkelberg Imp. Co., oil for endloader 17.00 Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., signs and lettering .. 715.70 Const to Coast Store, supplies 92.38 Sioux City Stationery Co., chairs for ladies' lounge 92.00 Means Service Center, towel service 35.99 Quinlan Publishing Co., Inc., subscription 22.50 Earl May Seed & Nursery Co., pruning paint 4.98 J & J Electric, service call- sewage plant 25.00 Lundell Const. Co., Inc., saw rental 120.00 Iowa Small Engine Center, Inc., shop supplies, mower repair 17.50 Kanne Mobil Service, towing & supplies 20.71 Gibson-Pamlda, Inc., blankets for jail 7.94 Iowa Mun. Finance Of- - fleers Assn., membership dues 25.00 Butler Paper Co., paper towels 29.85 Henningson, Durham & Richardson, engineering services & sewer rate study 2,723.37 Maintenance Engineering, Ltd., lighting at city hall 193.70 Joe's Paint Center, picture frames, paint 189.69 Joe P. Frank & Son, supplies 53.25 Office Products Center, Inc., repair & supplies .. 11.40 General Excavati" 1 " '• grave digging Mid-Iowa Insurance Assoc., Inc., Xerox copies Deb's RoBo Car Wash, P.O. car washes Carroll Supply Co., Inc., posts & supplies Drees Htg. & Plbg., Inc., containers Carroll Ready-Mix Co., repair Farm & Home Store, equipment parts Daily Times Herald, council proceedings Wilklns Auto Parts, Inc., supplies Arnold Motor Supply, supplies & parts Heires Electric Co., light bulbs Bureau of Labor Division, boiler inspection General Equip. & Supply Co., signal equipment Acme Reproduction & Supply Inc., maps Standard Office Equip. Co., Inc., copy paper Carroll Medical Center, intoxication call Honeywell, temperature control main, agreement Carroll Machine & Welding, repairs Department of Public Safety, TRACIS for February Precision Laboratories, Inc., chemicals Sargent-Welch Scientific Co., still at sewage plant Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., supplies Reuter, Inc., equipment parts R & C Office Supply & Printing Co., office supplies Moody's Investors Service, Inc., municipal bond rating 3-D Company, Inc., police dept. ammunition Miracle Recreation Equip. Co., playground equipment Evans Display Service, Bicentennial signs Fidlar & Chambers, subscriptions Vomar Products, Inc. restroom signs Witt Hardware Co., door latch Breda Telephone Corp., beeper system for magistrates R. J. Thomas Mfg. Co., Inc., picnic tables Carroll Nursery, damage along North Outfall Sewer Route United Laboratories, Inc., cleaner Chicago & North Western Trans. Co., right-of-way lease Wittrock Motor Co., service & repair John Whaley Chev. Inc., service & repairs Cleo Sprague, sand Wandel Studio, picture .... Vanderheiden Studio, film Leo M. Ellebracht Co., parts Carroll Fire Dept. fire and drills Iowa Public Service Co., service 8,984.92 Police Chiefs & Sheriffs Information Bureau, directory 18.85 A Committee from the Legion appeared before the Council and requested that the City purchase approximately 50 flags and holders to be attached to the parking meters in the business district at an approximate cost of $565.00. Councilman Kraus was appointed to check ou( the fla O s and holders and to report tack to the Council at their March 15th meeting. 23.22 18.50 168.89 10.94 98.44 56.25 643.96 68.47 132.45 20.37 5.00 610.25 46.58 93.00 10.00 447.00 9.50 50.00 336.06 376.94 65.40 3.85 52.49 325.00 39.08 59.49 304.30 141.10 13.24 3.95 15.90 203.05 42.00 176.85 25.00 170.36 71.45 341.00 16.40 17.21 138.66 874.00 The Traffic Safety Study conducted by Henningson, Durham and Richardson was reviewed by the Council. They discussed recommendations and changes to be made in the study and referred it back to the engineers. It was moved by Kraus and seconded by Wlndschitl to have City officials Inform the Carroll Independent Insurance Agents and Marshall Stevens, when new items are added to the City's inventory. On roll call all Council members voted aye. Motion carried. There being no further business to transact at this time, the Council agreed to adjourn until 5:00 o'clock P.M. on March 15,1976. LOUIS R. GALETICH MAYOR PRO TEMPORE ATTEST! Leon P. Oswald, City Clerk March 19,1976

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