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Record-Tying Masters Golf Effort by Floyd he AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - At the end, it was the man against the monster, and the monster fell. Ray Floyd, bull-strong and bullwhip-tough, grabbed the sprawling Augusta National course by the nape of the neck and literally shook it into submission, winning the 40th Masters Golf Tournament by a record-tying score. The great Jack Nicklaus. like everybody else, wound up being a spectator, finishing 11 shots off the pace. Floyd led every round. The glamorous event became a dull one-man show. It was a onesome and a forty-threesome. Floyd's winning score was 65-66-70-70—271, 17 under par.It tied Nicklaus' 1965 record. Only one man made a serious lunge at him and it proved too little too late. Hollywood-handsome Ben' Crenshaw. 24. brightest of the game's "Young, Lions." charged in with a closing 67. highlighted by a gambling eagle on the 13th and pirate-bold par on the long 15th from the water, to take second money with 279, eight strokes back. Floyd collected $40,000. Crenshaw $25.000. Nicklaus. recognized as undisputed king of the game with 16 major crowns, never mustered a rally in defense of the title he grabbed for the fifth time so dramatically a year Board's Message: Keep Low Profile on Area School Sports By Harrison Weber |Iti» D«lly Press Aitoclitlon) DBS MOINES — Although the state board of public instruction did not take a formal vote, the message was clear — keep a low profile on area community athletics. Seven years ago in response to some criticism that things were getting out of hand, area community colleges, through the state board set up an executive committee for area school athletics. The idea was to prove to critics, including a number of legislators, that the schools could cope with the problems oh a voluntary basis and that legislation was not needed. At the time there were charges that the schools did not have a uniform policy concerning the awarding of scholarships and that there had been flagrant abuses in this ara. •The council was formed in September of 1969 and has functioned since with, some degree of success. A problem has cropped up, though. C.W. Callison. superintendent of Southeastern Community College at Burlington and chairman of the executive committee for area school athletics, told the state board Friday that one of the colleges was questioning a particular rule. • It seems that this school, later identified as the Eastern Iowa Community College District at Davenport, had inquired about the limitation being placed on the number of out-of-state students who can suit up for an athletic contest. In researching the question, Callison told the board, the group had concluded .that there might be some legal problems if someone were to take the matter to court. While the state board of public instruction is given express authority to deal with high school athletics through the Iowa High School Athletic Association' and the Girls Athletic Union, the law apparently is silent, when it comes to authority over the athletic programs of area community colleges. This authority. Callison told the board, has been delegated to the individual area community colleges. At this point. Callison emphasized, the group'has received only one inquiry on the matter, and not a formal comolaint, but he asked for guidance from the board. During the discussion .that ensued, it was mentioned that some schools, were concerned . about the individual's rights and how to strike a proper balance in this instance. Several board members conceded that if a student challenged the rule in court, they probably would win. But Mrs. Earl Sievers. a ago. His birdie fire only flickering, he struggled in with a 73 to tie Larry Ziegler for third at 282. Only four other players bettered par. Floyd, a handsome. 33-year- old veteran of 15 years on the tour whose early years were wasted on what he called high living, said winning the 1976 Masters was the primary goal of his restructured life. "I wish I had my early years to live over again," he said of the days when he trained on member of the state board from Avoca, seemed to sum up the board's sentiments when she said "it might be detrimental" for the athletic programs if the Legislature stepped in and imposed rules. This apparently was an • oblique reference to demands by some lawmakers to cut back on funding for the area schools. The board urged its committee on area school athletics to work even harder for voluntary compliance with its rules and regulations.. hard booze and all-night parties. "I would have won more. I got tired of being a mediocre player. Now my goal is to win golf tournaments and the apex, naturally, is to win the majors." r He won the PGA Championship in 1969. Nicklaus had his problems, bogeying three holes. The happy-go-lucky. 36-year-old Ziegler. playing with Floyd, said he and the leader chatted all around the course. "I knew Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 17, 1976 «MltM»mllUHMMM>MMMHIIMHmlM" I was going for second,' said. Hale Irwin. Charles Coody and young Tom Kite tied at 285 and the veteran Bill Casper came out of the pack with a 69 to finish at 287. England's Peter Oosterhuis shot a 68 for 293. Floyd, now married, father of two children and living in Miami, said his life now has a new purpose. "The next tournament 1 want to win." he said, "is the Tournament of Champions next week." 7 Lynn Sparks 1st Red Sox Triumph > Relays (Continued From Page 6) • Glances (Continued From Page 6) New Acquisition The basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., is about to acquire a new possession — the basketball used in the record-breaking Feb. 19 game between Hawaii-Hilo and Nevada-Las Vegas. Nevada-Las Vegas' 164-111 victory broke a collegiate record for total points in a game. The Hall of Fame requested the ball for display in its college exhibit. Forgets Tickets Joe Morgan wanted Sunday to be a day to remember. His wife may never let him forget it. The Cincinnati Reds All-Star second baseman had arranged for his wife and father to fly in from Oakland f State Bank No. 387 Consolidated Report of Condition of Carroll County State Bank of Carroll in the State of Iowa 51401 and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on March 31,1976. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Cash and due from banks ;....... U.S. Treasury securities Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations Obligations of States and political subdivisions Corporate stock — Federal Funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell —..'. '.-. a. LoanS, TOtal (excluding unearned Income) 10 I 257 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ] 68 c. Loans, Net... i'....;.. .\ — Bank premises, furniture anti-fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises Other assets TOTAL ASSETS (sum of Items 1 thru 15) .......'. Mil. Thou. 10 22 450 215 212 139 1 000 189 41 2 249 to view a.pre-game presentation in which Morgan was to be presented the National Leauge's Most Valuable Player Award for 1975. But there was a small problem, Morgan sheepishly confessed to a record regular season crowd of 53,390. He forgot to leave the tickets. ISU Routed Minnesota scored 15 .runs in a wild first inning and went, on to drop Iowa State, 23-4, in the. nightcap of a doubleheader baseball game Sunday in Ames. . The vi'ctory was Minnesota's fourth straight against the Cyclones during the weekend. The Gophers claimed the Saturday contests, 8-0 and 12-6, and took Sunday's first game, 8-5. "This is the best team we've seen Minnesota have in the 30-some years we've been playing them," said Iowa State's sports information director. Harry Burrell. Riggs' Son Dead . . . James'Riggs?'son of/tennis star Bobby Riggs, died at the age of 22. Pearson Wins David 'Pearson defeated Buddy Baker to win the 20th Annual Rebel 500. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and • corporations .Time and sayings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government Deposits of States and political subdivisions........ Certified and officers' checks s.. — TOTAL DEPOSITS (sun of Items 17 thru 23) a. Total demand deposits '... 8 b. Total time and savings deposits 11 Other liabilities .,.. • • • TOTAL LIABlLlTf ES(excludlng subordinated notes and debentures) 803 102 10 19 19 872 859 64 991 119 905 64 969 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 24,000 b. No shares outstanding 6,000. .Par value Surplus — — —. Undivided profits .../.... Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves . TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of Items 32 thru 36) ' . TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of Items 30, 31, and 37) MEMORANDA Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from bankS (corresponds to Item 1 above) ..... b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item 8 above) ... C. Total loans (corresponds to Item 9a above) '. d. Total depOSitS (corresponds to Item 24 above) . . . 2 22 600 600 281 799 280 249 2 10 19 340 440 131 803 I, Joe H. Gfonstal, President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest: Jerome J. Rolfes, Cashier, John F. Gronstal, L. A. Perschau, M. F. Se'rnett, Vernis Juergens, Robert S. Bruner—Directors. State of Iowa, County of Carroll, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of April, 1976 and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. "'•• • ''.-'".''.'''.•• ". . ' ' . - .• . My commission expires Sept. 30,1978 Notary's Seal Donna D. Smith, Notary Public The Wildcats' other victory came in the shot put with Sheryl Danner tossing it 35-feet, IVi-inches for the victory. The rest of G-R's points were massed by Karen Kinzler who placed third in the 100 yard dash, Danner placing third in the shot put and the other girls who placed in many other events. Wildcat Coach Gerry Mathine .was pleased with the victory. He praised Nielsen for doing a good job. "Nielsen and Danner (Sheryl) score a lot of points for us. But, the meet was pretty tough, we had to win it in the hurdles," Mathine said. The events Carroll placed high in were third in the 880 yard relay. Deb Onken third in the softball throw, Rachel Harmening third in the high jump, Onken third in the shot put and Harmening third in the 880 yard run. .. Carroll. Coach George Lansink said, "I'm real pleased with the sprinters. But we're going to have to start working on the distance girls, from the quarter on up." Kuemper's high place finishes .were third in the distance medley relay. Rosie Drapcho second in the 880 yard run, Julie Thies second in the high jump and a team third in the 440 yard relay. Kuemper Coach Tom Ryan said, "We didn't run as well as we did at Boone. Julie Thies did .well in placing second in the high jump." "I knew Glidden-Ralston, w'as'st'rotigin the field'everits^ 1 but Irwin surprised me.'"he added. Team Scoring: Glidden-Ralston, 82'/ 2 ; Irwin. 72. Audubon. 60: Lake City. 57: Kuemper. 54V 2 ; Denison, 46V4; Guthrie Center, 40; Carroll, 35; Lohrville, 9; Bayard, 10; Coon Rapids, 9; Ar-We-Va, 8; Sac City, 5, and Scranton, 3. Results: 10 Flight Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Glldden, 1:09.5; 2. Lake City; 3. Denison. Distance Medley Relay — 1. Irwin, 4:36.4; 2. Irwin; 3. Kuemper. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Karen Marcussen, Irwin, 11:85; 2. Merrltt, Guthrie Center; 3. Kinzler, Glidden. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Weber, Audubon, 1:03.5; 2. Larsen, Irwin; 3. Folkers, Lake City. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Denison, 1:54.5; 2. Audubon; 3. Carroll. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Mar- Jean Nielsen, Glidden-Ralston, 15.2; 2. Licktelg, Denison; 3. Denker.' Denison. 880 Yard Run — 1. A. Mclntosh, Irwin, 2:35.7; 2. Rosle Drapcho, Kuemper; 3. Rachel Harmening, Carroll. 400 Meter Shuttle Relay — 1. Guthrie Center, 57.1; 2. Lake City; 3. Denison. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Karen, Marcussen, Irwin, 27.1; 2. Weber, Audubon; 3. Hendricks, Lohrville. 220 Low Hurdles — ')'. Marjean Nielsen, 33,4; 2. Licktelg, Denison; 3. Shakleford, Bayard. 880 Yard Medley — 1. Irwin, 2:00.3; 2. Audubon; 3. Lake City. Mile Run — 1. Van Gundy, Lohrville, 5:44.8; 2. Block, Lake City; 3. Buttler, Guthrie Center. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Carroll (Ann Mankin, Sheryl Hoffman, Janet Conrad and Sue Skinner), 54.8; 2. Guthrie Center; 3. Kuemper. Mile Relay — 1. Irwin, '4:21.3; 2. Audubon; 3. Glidden-Ralston. Softball Throw — 1. Van Cleave, Guthrie Center,' 218-9 ; 2. Chambers, Audubon, 3. Deb Onken, Carrol I. Discus — 1,'Hawes, Ar-We-Va, 99-3'/j; 2. Stanfleld, Lake City, 3. •Danner, Glidden-Ralston. High .Jump — 1; Marjean Nielsen, Glidde-n-Ralston, 5-1; 2. Julie Thies, : Kuemper; 3. Rachel Harmening, Carroll. — Long Jump — 1. Larson, Irwin, 15-71/4; 2. Hendrlcks, Lohrville; 3. Finley, Lake City. Shot Put — 1. Sheryl Danner, Glidden-Ralston, 35-1>/2'; 2. Nelsen, Audubon; 3. Deb Onken, Carroll. By The Associated Press Last year Fred Lynn was one of Boston's mcat-and-potatoes men. This year he's starting out with gravy. Lynn, the American League's Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player for the Red Sox in 1975, had a string of six straight hits in Boston's weekend series with Baltimore. Two of them — a home run in the first inning and a double to open a five-run third — propelled Boston to its first victory of the season, a 6-2 breeze over the Orioles. In the only other AL games, Oakland won its third in a row. outlasting California 10-7, and Minnesota also got its first victory of the year, edging Texas 4-3. New York at Milwaukee, Detroit at Cleveland and a Kansas City at Chicago doubleheader were postponed by cold weather. "I don't ever remember having six consecutive hits last year." said Lynn, who had 21 home runs, 105 runs batted in and 175 total hits for a .331 average in 1975. "Basically, I'm not a fast starter, so anything I get early like this is gravy." Singles by Jim Rice, Carlton Fisk and Carl Yastrzemski made it 3-0. then Rico Petrocelli walked to load the bases and Denny Doyle cleared them with a double on the first pitch from reliever Mike Flanagan. Baltimore got its two runs off Luis Tiant in the fourth on a single by Tony Muser. A's 10, Angels? Sal Bando's two-run homer in the first inning and Phil Garner's two-run double in the third highlighted a pair of four-run bursts that carried the A's past California. The Angels cut the lead to 8-7 in the sixth, then Bill North wrapped matters up with a two-run single in the eighth. "That's three more games we don't have to win in August, although that may not be the way to look at it." said a smiling North. Reserve District No. 7 State No. 995 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF TEMPLETON SAVINGS BANK of Templeton, Iowa 51463 And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business March 31, 1976, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve-Bank of this District. If you can't send you, send money. ^^^•iheC Red Cross. The Good Neighbor. ASSETS Dollar Amounts in Thousands Mil. Thou. Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations '. Obligations of States and political subdivision Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) ... .4,557 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 21 c. Loans, net Bank premises/furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises Other assets TOTAL ASSETS '. 561 106 488 340 8 536 16 10 A Public Service ol This .Newspaper s Fp^* I The Advertising Council Could StontBonk No. 72-1358 CONSOLIDATED REPORT Of CONDITION OF FARMERS SAVINGS BANK of Halbur In the Slate of Iowa and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on March 31, 1976. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS lash and due from banks Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .oans, Total (excluding unearned income) .... 1 .cans, Net ' TOTAL ASSETS (lum ol item. I Ihru 15) 160 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of States and political subdivisions TOTAL DEPOSITS a. Total demand deposits 1 I 369 b. Total time and savings deposits 1 ( 909 TOTAL LI ABILITIES (occluding lubordinoled notei and debenture) EQUITY CAPITAL Preferred stock a. No. share outsta.nding 600 Common stock a. No. shares authorized 600 b. No. share outstanding : Surplus '.'/.'.' Undivided, profits TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL(iom of itemi 32 Ihro 36) TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum ol ilemi 30. 31 ond 37) MEMORANDA • Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with call dale: Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) Total deposits (corresponds lo item 24 above) Time deposits of $100,000 or more: Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more. ...... .... ... 1 1 3 -3 346 861 71 278 278 597 120 120 I, Rita Koenig, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest: Minnie Heinen, Warren L. Heinen, Hilbert M. Koenig, Lester J. Heinen, Rita Koenig—Directors. State of Iowa, County of Carroll, ss: Sworn lo and subscribed before me this 7th day of April, 1976, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires Sept. 30, 1977 Notary's Seal Catherine Dentlinger, Notary Public 065 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ., Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations i. Deposits of United States Government Deposits of States and political subdivisions Certified and officers' checks- : TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES. 7,140 Total demand deposits 2,166 Total time and savings deposits 4,974 TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES .. Other liabilities for borrowed money Other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated noles ond debentures) .... 067 892 1 151 29 140 300 28 468 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 3000 b. No. shares outstanding 750. (par value) Surplus , Undivided profits Reserve for contingencies and'other capital reserves TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum ol items 32 thru 36) '. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY.CAPITAL (sum of items 30, 31 ond 37) 75 200 172 ISO 597 065 MEMORANDA Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with coil date: Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) Total loans (corresponds to item »a above) Time deposits of $ 100,000 or more in domestic offices.. (corresponds to Memoranda ilems So plus 3b below) Total deposits (corresponds lo item 24 above) ....'..... Other liabilities for borrowed money • (corresponds to item 26 above) Time deposits of $100,000 or more in domestic offices: Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more .. 599 410 181 262 60 181 I, William Horbach, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. /s/ William Horbach / We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us ond to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. H. Kitt, Edward Siepker, Leona Schreck Horback, Elmer Schreck— Directors. Notary's Seal Stale of Iowa County of Carroll ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of April, 1976. Carol Schoeppner, Notary Public ...to the BIG ANNUAL SPORTSMAN'S PARTY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 Carroll High School Auditorium 8:00 P.M. Tickets Available at Door or From League Members — $1.00 FILM WILL BE SHOWN FIRST ELEVEN PRIZES: 7. Fish and Meat Smoker 8. Binoculars 9. Camera 10. Cooler 11. Coleman Lantern 1.10-Speed Bike 2.2-Man Rubber Boat 3. Electric Trolling Motor 4. C.B. Radio 5. Rod and Reel 6. Wrist Watch WINNERS NEED NOT BE PRESENT FOR FIRST 11 PRIZES MANY OTHER PRIZES GIVEN AWAY Projects: All proceeds used to benefit wildlife vation practices in Carroll County, including the raising of fish and park recreation facilities. SPONSORED BY: center' CARROLL COUNTY WILDLIFE CONSERVATION LEAGUE

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