Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 6, 1976 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 6, 1976
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New York City's Corporate Exodus Spreads IMF.W Vr»RIf __ (1 ITVCI tt.._ L „ .... JL NEW YORK - (LENS) New York City is losing its appeal as a headquarters for American corporations. Union • Carbide, the country's second largest chemical company, which built a 50-story tower with 1.1 million square feet of space on Park Avenue in 1960, is the latest in a long line of major firms to decide to leave. It announced that it would move in stages over the next three or four years to Connecticut, where its 3,500 employes will have the benefit of lower taxes and suburban living. Union Carbide's decision .was a major blow to Gov. Hugh Carey and Mayor Abe Beame, who sought to persuade the company to remain at least until they had won legislative approval of a series of proposed tax reforms and incentives for business. But comany officials, who had undertaken a thorough analysis of costs, taxes and employe attitudes', had made up their minds. The major factor, they pointed out. was an intangible one — the difficulty of persuading administrative and professional people to work in the city. Over the past six or seven years, 'the city has seen an increasing exodus of corporate Bowling Results ODD COUPLES LEAGUE . Team Standings Points Hustlers 54 CBers \\\ 55 Hammers 54 B & B ; 46 Magnum IV 451/3 Hawks 44 «ers 38 Quandt Auto Salvage 36 Swinging Singles 35 Raiders 32 Born Losers 3v/ 2 Interstate Electric 31 High Ind. Single GameWomen: AnnMackanos 142 Mary Slegner 142 Jane Olson — 156 Men: Chuck Fisher 234 George Mackanos 225 Jim Fritz 210 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Mary Slegner 443 AnnMackanos 426 Joan Bernholtz 410 Men: George Mackanos... 584 Steve Hllsabeck 527 Paul Bernholtz 513 High Team Single Game- Hustlers 656 Magnum IV 639 Hustlers 624 High Team Three Games- Hustlers 1857 Magnum IV ,\ 1840 Hawks 1669 PLAYGIRLS LEAGUE Team Standings Points Astros 84V2 Fantastic 3 77'/j Strikettes 75 Bench Warmers ..73 Sandbaggers 72 Alley Cats 67 Loafers 42 Pin Heads 62 Bombers SSVa Hummers 57Vz Lucky 3 51 Vj Sore Thumbs 49 Pros 40Vj Sharks : 38 High Ind. Single Game— NonieGrote 187 Peg Derner 183 Business & Professional Directory INTERNATIONAL Handling all phases of Travel NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE 106 W. Blh Carroll 792-9742 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT H4R BLOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Home 106 W. 6th St. 653-3816 R.J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adams — Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12 — 1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays Office Dial 792-4120 Home Dial 792-3408 I 792-3877 I 2U MASONIC TEMfli iLOO. C/MKHl BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE 322 East 6th St. Ph. 792-3805 R.M. WINJUM O.D. Optometrist Dial 792-3318 Complete Vision Care including Contact Lenses 1 Block West of Sernett's BOB KRAUS & RAY LENZ INSURANCE CALL 792-2580 or 673-4422 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Smart Set Salon and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa DR. H.K. RICHARDSON, DR. J.S. RICHARDSON, Optometrists Dial 792-9687 GLASSES FITTED 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES FARMER CHIROPRACTIC LIFE CENTER Pringle Building — 529 N. East St. Family Practice of Chiropractic Phone 792-3605 Hours — by Appointment 503 N. Main Street Ph. 712-792-3JU Carroll, Iowa 51401 Elm a Sumpter St. Ph. 712-684-2240 Coon Rapids, Iowa 50058 Blqnkenbaker Chiropractic Clinics DR.T. E. BLANKENBAKER CLINIC DIRECTOR Coon Rapids Hours: Monday—6:00-8:00 Tuesday—1:00-5:30 . • Thursday—2:00-8:00 Friday—6:00-8:00 Saturday-9:00-12:00 Saturday-l;00-5;00 Tuesday--00-12'00 -Too Blue Cross Blue Shield Mrs H W H HIA St-i rtM.ii When someone gnts stclt his first concern should be about getting well. His last should be about money. Join your County H.I.A. Associated w»th BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD f Cross Blue Shield Rep roll, Id Ph 792-9744 headquarters. It once contained 140 of Fortune's roster of the largest 500 industrial companies and 39 of the top 100. Now it has 95 of the first 500 and only 23 of the first 100. Most of its losses, as in the Union Carbide case, have been to neighboring suburbs or towns in the adjoining states of New Jersey and Connecticut, where over three quarters of the presiding executives, most of whom come from small towns or cities, make their homes. But some are going farther afield, closer to their markets or sunolies. The exodus has not only meant a rising loss in tax PatHappe .'.. 1B2 High Ind. Three Games— NonieGrote 546 Joan Schlelsman 490 PatHappe 476 High Team Single Game- Sharks 541 Sore Thumbs '.. 540 SoreThungs 538 High Team Three Games- Sore Thungs 1552 Strikettes 1516 Sandbaggers 1512 WOODCHOPPERSLEAGUE Team Standings Points Baddlng Construction Co 70Vj Jacobsen Travel Agency 70 Red Carpet Lounge 68 Mr. D's 65 Bierl's Parkway Furn 63 Trausch Fertilizer Co 63 Sharp Florist 55 Personal Lenders 54 Foley's Rest Home 52 'Best Western Motel ...; 451/3 Hawkeye Natl. Life Ins 42 Old Milwaukee Beer ,...38 Kennebeck Trucking 36 Kanne Construction Co 34 High Ind. Single Game- Gin Knobbe 201 Marianne Puffett 193 Sherry Snyder 187 High Ind. Three Games- Linda Schafer 503 Julie Behn 435 Gin Knobbe 481 High Team Single Game- Red Carpet Lounge 837 Badding Construction 827 Red Carpet Lounge 761 High Team Three Games— Badding Construction Co 2246 Red Carpet Lounge 2230 Jacobsen Travel Agency ,- 2170 JACK a JILL LEAGUE Team Standings Points Millers High Life '.. 93 Na-Churs 77'/j Wilson Real Estate 76'/j Pabst Blue Ribbon 69Vj Chicken Inn 66 Snappy Popcorn 62Vj Budwelser • , 61 Hamms 60 Carnarvon Oil Co , 59Vi Denny's Lounge, Westside 49V: Hawkeye Natl. Life 48 Carroll Bowl 46 Schettler Seed . 34 Ron's Saddle Shop 28 High Ind. Single GameWomen: Elva Bernholtz 207 Dorothy Dettbarn 203 Joan Heugerich 196 Men: LaVerdos Reis 194 Roy Tlefenthaler .; 193 •Lyle'Bernholtz •:;; :••.••..-. ..".:. ,'..r 186 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Dorothy Dettbarn 548 Joan Huegerich 531 Elva Bernholtz 513 Men: LaVerdos Reis 519 Vern Tiefenthaler 495 DeanGrell 495 Lyle Hein 493 High Team Single Game— Pabst Blue Ribbon 790 Snappy Popcorn 724 Ron's Saddle Shop , — 716 High Team Three Games— Pabst Blue Ribbon 2164 Ron's Saddle Shop 2098 Snappy Popcorn 2071 Area Residents Visit Family In Maquoketa Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Bert R. Gerdes spent last weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Throndson and baby at Maquoketa. Mrs. Rosetta Mauer accompanied Mrs. Clara Meyer and Katherine to Spencer Saturday where Mrs. Mauer visited with Mrs. Marie Heisler. Thursday afternoon visitors in, the home of Mrs. Rosetta Mauer were Mrs. Paul Schmitz, Mrs. Leyton Jessen and Natalie, and Carla Boyd, all of Storm Lake. Jolly Pitch Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lillie Kropf at Boyer with 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Clarence Roth, present. Winners were Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Marvin Dreessen and Mrs. Jack Lamaak. revenues from corporations and their employes but less work for the smaller companies that provide goods and services. According to the city's Economic Development Administration, the departure of Union Carbide may cost the jobs of at least 3,500 people in addition to those who will be going with the company to Connecticut. The real fear of city officials is that the exodus will spread. New York used to give prestige to growing corporations, which liked to be near to its financial communications and cultural Mrs. Wolterman Returns From Hawaiian Tour Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Mrs. Frances Wolterman returned Saturday evening from a two week tour to Hawaii. They visited four islands. Dinner guest of the Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Tews were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tews, of Tipton, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Al Tews, Council Bluffs. Mrs. Minnie Ehlers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ehlers to Sherburn, Minn, where they visited Sunday in the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey.Ehlershome. t . • Mr s . Mary Duff y accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pietig and Karla of Carroll to Omaha Sunday where they-visited Art Kuester at the Methodist Hospital, Mrs. Lydia Finnegan and in the Harold Orth home in Council Bluffs. Mrs. Thorpe Bowls In Tournament Times Herald News Service CARNARVON — Mr. and Mrs. -Roland Thorpe spent the weekend in Iowa City. Mrs. Thorpe's bowling group was in the tournament there. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Alvis, Huxley, were callers in the Jack Fogerty home here v last Sunday. They came for the wedding dance for Mr. and Mrs. Leland Corie at Lake Wood. , • Steve Oler i c h , Emmetsburg. spent Friday night and Saturday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olerich and daughter and with other relatives and friends. Schweers Back From Vacation Times Herald Newt Service ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schweers returned home from a three week western trip which took them through Nebraska, Colorado, "an Indian settlement anid Old Albuquerque, New Mexico. In Tucson they visited a week with Mrs. C.- R. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beh'n'eman-. They visited Hoover.Dam,.Las Vegas.and Death Valley and in the Vincent Schweers home in Vesalia, California. ; Mr. and Mrs. Art Drees visited'Sunday in the Ed Hyanga home, Omaha. Mrs. Clarence Schweers returned home from a week's visit with her daughter Beth who is employed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. the good neighbor. The American Red Crou ,£% MEAT PROCESSING For Freezer or Locker • On The Farm Pickup (Or you can bring the animal in yourself) • Butchering • Cut-up To Your Specifications • Wrapped • Frozen BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Cloud Saturday Afternoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, wt s»ll £991, Meats and Butter Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, April 6, > 976 Vf «••••!»•••••» advantages. It is still a corporate service center, with more major law firms, auditors, advertising agencies, managerial consultants and banks than anywhere else. But it no longer has the near monopoly it once enjoyed. New York's law. firms have had to pay very high salaries to lure new graduates, and other firms seeking professional personnel report that their salary costs are rising compared with those in other cities. There seems to be no way to right things. The cost of living — and local taxes — are exceedingly high in New York while the inadequacies of its schools and housing arc manifest. Bride-elect Complimented At a Brunch Mrs. E. H. Bueltel and Debra Hacker entertained 20 guests at an eleven o'clock brunch Sunday at the former's home honoring Debra Weaver. Miss Weaver will become the bride of Terry Lynn Hacker in a May 15 ceremony at Buffalo Center. The honoree was presented with a corsage and a shower of gifts. Her colors, pink and cranberry, were featured in a candle and bride doll centerpiece. Other tables were decorated with pink umbrellas. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be in the Times Herald by 1 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch J1.70 Additional insertions 11.50 CLASSIFIEDCASH WITH ORDER One day, per word .......... 12c Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less S2.50 Over 20 words 10c per word Classified Ads Business Opportunities 5 FOR SALE Carroll County DAIRYSWEET DRIVE IN A good family business and a money maker. Quick possession. Cg|| . RussGilman Equitable Realty Corp. 2600 Harding Road 515-274-9241 or 515-276-2335 DBS Moines, Iowa 50310 566-ttc Rotarians at Boone Meeting Several Carroll Rotarians attended an interclub meeting at Boone Monday night. The dinner and program were in the Colonial House Restaurant. The local delegation traveled in L. A. (Jack) Smith's London double-decker bus. Other clubs represented were Nevada and Jefferson. Three past district governors were present. Pat Patterson Jr., of Iowa State University, Ames, was the speaker. Announcementi NOTICK: YOU'RE invited to attend ;i rooking demonstration of preparing Lenten food the easy way using microwave ovens. Friday April 9th ... 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. . . . at Walters Appliance Center nCarroll K-68-3tc Kiddie Carousel Preschool Rolling Hills Addition 3 to 5 Year Olds Apply for fall semester now Vickie Jorgensen 792-4189 Linda Billmeier 792-4778 6-67.3IP PANCAKESUPPER Wednesday, April 7th 5:00-8:00 P.M. Fellowship Hall First United Methodist Church 1620 North Adams Sponsored by Senior UMYF Price: H.50 _ 6-68-2rp SIGNET LODGE NO. 264 Wed., April 7 _ 7:30 P.M. ^Stated communication Refreshments All members 8. sojourners welcome Iowa a place to grow Announcements CARROLL CABLE TV is celebrating spring with a FREE INSTALLATION OFFER fora limited time only Jointheexciting world of Cable TV today 12 action color channels including a 24 hour color weather, music and information channel. CALL 792-4800 CARROLL CABLE TV Your want ads serve you at your convenience. Read 'em. Personals Is Drinking a Problem? Call 792-1344,8to4:30 or 792-1197 Evenings CARROLL co. ALCOHOLISM SERVICE CENTER 81 4 N. Main So. Entrance Harry Bohnenkamp, Director ~HAPPY35tT to PAUL FRICKE Want Ads make it happen Want Ads have the stuff dreams are made of. They have almost anything you need, at a price you never dreamed possible. Something for your dream house, perhaps. It could be an attractive dining room set, a good sofa at a reasonable price, or any of a variety of large and small appliances. It will pay you to shop the Classified Section and turn your dreams into reality. If you have a nightmarish accumulation of useful but no- longer-used items around the house, exchange them for cash with a fast-acting Want Ad. 792-3573 Classified Ad Department Carroll Daily Times Herald

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