Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 23, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Deaths, Funerals COREY JANSSEN Corey Janssen, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Janssen of rural Schleswig, died of head injuries after an accident on his parents' farm Wednesday. His maternal grandmother is Mrs. Alvin Witwer of Breda. Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Church in Ida Grove with burial in Morgan Township Cemetery. Survivors also include two sisters. Mrs. Craig Schultz, Denison and Mrs. James Wittmaak, Cedar Falls and a brother Mark, at home. Sinn Funeral Home in Schleswig is in charge of funeral arrangements. WARREN K. CLARK Former Carroll Police Chief Warren K. Clark, 86. of Carroll died at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. April 22. at the Carroll Manor Nursing home. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Lawrence Church here by the Rev. Dale Reiff. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, with military honors by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2:30 p.m. Friday. The rosary will be recited at 3 and 8 p.m. Friday. Mr. Clark was appointed night marshal here April 5. 1926. He was chief of police from May, 1934, until his resignation May 31,1939. He was born at Sheridan, Wyo.. Sept. 10, 1890. a son of Daniel and Winifred Sturges Clark. He married Josephine H. Murphy in Carroll June 23, 1920. After living in California for some time, the couple returned to make their home in Carroll several years ago. Mr. Clark served overseas with the U.S. Army during World War I. He is survived by his wife and a niece, Mrs. Bernard (Mary) Thies of Arthur. HARRY HOFFMAN ' Times Herald News Service MANNING — Harry Hoffman, 81, of Manning, a retired businessman, died at Manning General Hospital Wednesday. April 21. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, with the Rev. Joel Wright officiating. Interment will be in the Manning Cemetery. Masonic memorial services will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Mr. Hoffman was in partnership with his brother, Henry, in Hoffmann Brothers Lumber Co. here for many years, retiring in 1960. He was born Jan. 4,1895. in Manning, a son of John and Magdalena Tank Hoffmann, and attended school here. He served in World War I. In 1919 he married Gertrude Grantz, and they made their home in Manning, He was on the city council and was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife; two sons; Lyle of Des Moines and Burton of New York City; two grandchildren; a brother, Frank Hoffman of Carroll; and two sisters. Rose Hoffman and Mrs. Clara Wheeler, both of California. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Herman and Henry Hoffmann. FRANK FEE BREDA — Frank (Rusty) Fee, 77, of Breda died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 22, after being in failing health for three years. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Warren K. Clark Carroll — Age 86 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2:30 p.m. Friday Rosary at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Friday Matt of the Resurrection 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Lawrence Church Officiating Rev. Dale Reiff Military Ritet by the Maurice Dunn American Legion Pott No. 7 Final Retting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT _;/ Saturday in St. Bernard's Church here by the Rev. J. Charles Yetmar. The Catholic Order of Foresters will form an honor guard. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call after 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Sharp Funeral Home in Breda. There will be rosary recitations Friday at 3 p.m. and at 8:45 p.m. by the Catholic Order of Foresters, and a scriptural prayer service at 8 p.m. Mr. Fee was a former Carroll County assessor for 25 years. He operated the Breda Cafe from 1930 until 1951. He was a member of the Breda Fire Department for 37 years and fire chief for 22 years. He was bom at Breda July 27. 1898. a son of Philip and Ann Luchtel Fee, and was a lifelong resident of the Breda area. He received his education here. On Aug. 20, 1918, he married Rosalia Brinker at St. Bernard's Church and they lived in Breda. He was a member of the church and Catholic Order of Foresters. Surviving with his wife are seven children including Iver of Wall Lake, Mrs. Herb (Velma) Neumayer of Mallard, Mrs. Roland (Elaine) Neumayer of Breda, Virtus and Mrs. Don (Pat) Brandt of Orange, Calif., Mrs. Jerry (Phyllis Mae) Neumayer of Anaheim, Calif., and Keith of Des Moines. Mr. Fee is survived by 20 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; two brothers. Walter Fee of Breda and Edgar Fee of Sun City. Ariz.; and two sisters, Mrs. Marie Bohnenkamp and Mrs. F.B. (lone) Ulveling. both of Breda. He was preceded in death by a grandchild and two sisters, Mrs. Art (Nellie) Ricke and $ Mrs. Ray (Mildred) Brinker. ROBERT F. BAYER Robert F. Bayer. 61, of 2547 S. Cypress, Sioux City, was dead upon arrival at a Sioux City hospital Wednesday night, April 21, after suffering an apparent heart attack at his home. He was a former Carroll resident. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Nelson-Berger Mortuary. Morningside. Sioux City. Burial will be in Graceland Park Cemetery, also at Sioux City,,, .. ,.,., , Mr. Bayer was born at Crete. Neb., Aug. 4, 1914. and was married to Maxine F. Hampton at Omaha May 17. 1944. He served in the Army in World War II. The Bayers lived in Carroll from 1945 until 1955. They moved from here to Scottsbluff. Neb., and have lived in Sioux City nine years. While in Carroll, Mr. Bayer was manager of Booth's Auto Supply and later was a salesman for Burgess Motors. In Sioux City he was a sales representative for Westinghouse Electric Supply Co. Surviving are his wife; a daughter. Margaret of Eugene. Ore.; a brother. William J. Bayer of Los Angeles, Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs. Ema Crozier of Topeka, Kan., and Mrs. Lloyd (Helen) Wampler of Casper, Wyo. Another daughter, Jane, died several years ago. FRED G. BERNHARDT ODEBOLT — Fred G. Bemhardt, 83, of Odebolt died at the Buena Vista Hospital, Storm Lake, Thursday, April 22. He was a semi-retired farmer. Funeral rites will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Martin's Catholic Church. Time* Herald, Carroll, la. f\ Friday, April 23, 1976 *• Odebolt. with the Rev. Victor Kollasch officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. There will be a parish rosary at 8 p.m. and Knights of Columbus rosary at 8:30 p.m.. both on Friday at the Farber-Otteman east chapel in Odebolt. Mr. Bernhardt was bom in Sac County Feb. 23, 1893. and was married to Isabel! Kallmer Dec. 12.1917. He has farmed in the Odebolt area with the exception of 1930 to 1950, when he farmed near Schaller. Surviving with his wife are five sons, Robert of Clarion. James of Dyke, Wesley of Odebolt, Richard of Leola. Pa., and LaDon of St. Louis. Mo.; a daughter. Mrs. Art (Arlene) Grundmeier of Schaller: 25 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; and three sisters. Mrs. Dorothea Witt of Denison, Mrs. Helen Reinhart of Schaller and Mrs. Basil Kelly of Storm Lake. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 S4.44 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.45 Oats 1.40 OMAHA, Neb. (APMUSDA)— Livestock quotations Friday: : Hogs: 4,200; barrows and gilts moderately active, 50-1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3, 195-240 Ib 47.50-48.00. 90 head U.S. 1-2. around 220-230 Ib 48.25; sows weak to 25 lower; 325-600 Ib 42.5043.25. Daily Grain DES "MOINES. Iowa IAP> — C6rn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Thursday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa and U.S. Departments of Agriculture: Com Soybeans Northwest 2.37-2.45 4.38-4.48 N. Central 2.40-2.48 4.41-4.50 Northeast 2.42-2.52 4.46-4.59 Southwest 2.33-2.40 4.34-4.46 S. Central 2.38-2.47 4.42-4.48 Southeast 2.46-2.55 4.50-4.62 Daily Record Frank (Rusty) Fee Breda — Age 77 Friendi may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Breda, after 2:30 p.m. Friday Rosary: 3 p.m. Friday 8:45 p.m. Friday by the Catholic Order of Foresters Scriptural Prayer Service: 8 p.m. Friday Mass of the Resurrection: 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Bernard's Breda Officiating: Rev. J. Charles Yetmar Honor Guard by the Catholic Order of Foresters Interment: St. Bernard's Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME , Iowa COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Jerry Janning's Scorpion, Carroll, Brighton; LogsdonV. or Marcella M. Glassburner, Carroll. Oldsmobile; Dennis E. Patrick, Carroll, Suzuki; Keister Lumber Company, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Carroll Roofing, Inc., Carroll, Chevrolet; Fred A. or Shirley A. Eischeid, Carroll, Ford; Kevin Wittrock, Halbur, Mercury; Florence M. Westendorf, Carroll, Buick; Danny P. or Karen Bartlett, Carroll, Pontiac, and Mary P. Anneberg, Carroll, Buick. Real Estate Transfers- Jack W. Fox, et al to State of Iowa, NW/4SEV4, SW'/4SEy4. and SEV4SEV4, Sec. 29, Twp. 82N, Range 35W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Loses Control— A car driven by David F. Floyd, Coon Rapids, went into a ditch on a gravel road two and one-half miles north of Coon Rapids early Friday morning. Deputy Doug Bass reported. Floyd was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Thursday— Mayme Selzer taken from her residence to St. Anthony Regional Hospital and then back to her residence. POLICE DEPARTMENT It's the Law— Motorcycles carrying passengers must be equipped with foot rests unless the passenger is in a sidecar or an enclosed cab. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission April 20— Mrs. John P. Egan, Carroll Admissions April 21— Milo M. Baak. Carroll Mrs. Warren F. Heater. Scranton Mrs. Cora N. Cornelius, Glidden Mrs. Ronald E. Hauser, Carroll William A. Heires. Carroll Sarah A. Kramer. Lake View Thomas M. Snyder. Carroll Pammy R. Juergens. Scranton • Pioneer (Continued From Page 1) The land was cleared and and Helen McLeran of crops were planted. As the Altadena. Cal. Also surviving village of Booneville gre\V£?^ ^.afj^&te nephewsifHarold jog.schrol house _W£s.builtj,j|n ! ' • Admissions April 22— Jerald A. Kult. Coon Rapids Mrs. Violet Weigel. Carroll Mrs. Orville E. Rabb. Lake City Mrs. John H. Renze, Carroll Mrs. Mary Neitzel. Audubon Births- Mr, and Mrs. Gene Ferneding, Carroll, a daughter on Friday Parents Discuss Tennis Program The Carroll Community School Parent Council discussed the possibility of establishing a tennis program at the high school. Principal George H. Fair reported. Grade School Principal Eugene Bentley spoke briefly on the Title I programs for the summer. He indicated the school system plans to start a new program in the summer in place of the Disstar Program. Mrs. P.R. Tilton reported on the school program for gifted and talented students in grades five through 12. The program involves students, who excel in certain areas. Union Asks Probe of DOT Layoffs Plan DES MOINES. Iowa < AP) — A union representing government workers has asked for a legislative investigation of the Iowa Department of Transportation's (DOT) plan to lay off up to 400 state highway workers. David Williams, area director for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes, criticized what he called the "autocratic" rule of DOT Director Victor Preisser. William said Preisser is making the cuts to give himself the appearance of being an. efficient administrator. SURGICAL PATIENT Mrs. Dorothea Johnson of Carroll underwent surgery in Des Moines Thursday and expects to be hospitalized about three weeks. Her address is: Room 506, Methodist Hospital, Des Moines. 50308. 'time it'became'the center of activities for the older folks. Families gathered in the schoolhouse once each month, weather permitting, for a night of singing. Sometimes, for a change, the families would sponsor a taffy pull which attracted people from miles around. Sarah Boone lived in the Booneville area with her parents for 20 years, most of the time knowing only the bare necessities of life. Each fall, families would make a final trip to Fort Des Mpines to buy supplies before the winter weather isolated them until spring. However, wild game was plentiful. Turkeys were shot and packed away by the barrelsful to be used throughout the winter. Some believed that this may have been the start of the cold storage of meat so common today among meat packers. Sarah was in Booneville when the Mormons stopped overnight on their trip to Salt Lake City. She saw the soldiers return from the Civil War. In 1868. at the age of 27. Sarah Boone and Thomas F. Musson were married in Booneville. They lived in Earlham six years before moving to Melville Township where Susie was born. Susie Musson moved to the Musson home on East Division Street in Audubon with her parents when she was nine years old. She attended Audubon schools and Cornell College in Mt. Vernon. Iowa. She served as a bookkeeper for the Audubon Canning Factory for several years. She also served as a bookkeeper in the First National Bank in Audubon and as librarian in the Audubon Public Library. She was'a member of P.E.G., the Business and Professional Women and assisted in many charitable causes. She was a 70-year-member of the First Presbyterian Church in Audubon. She united with the members on Feb. 4,1906. She was a resident of the Friendship Home during the past eight years. Surviving relatives include three nieces. Dorothy Musson Hale of Albuquerque. N.M.: Florence Buthweg of Audubon of Aud_ubo_n_and_ T n o m a s M c Le,ra n of Gaithersburg. Md.. and Martha McLeran Acuff of Louisville. Ky.. and several other great nieces and nephew sand great-great-nieces and nephews. Susie Musson was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Oscar in 1877, at age seven months: and John in 1912: and three sisters. Laura Griffith in 1936. Mary Buthweg in 1953. and Bertha McLeran in 1963. Glidden Wins on Sign Issue GLID'DEN - The controversy over Glidden-Ralston's football sign is apparently over with the sign coming out the winner. Lt.'Gov. Arthur A. Neu has received a letter from W.A. McDonald, director of the office of beautification of the department of transportation, saying the sign will be allowed to remain as erected. At first. McDonald said the sign would have to come down by May 1 because "there is no provision (in state law) to allow such a message." Now. McDonald said his only concern is the sign be kept in good condition and that when its message becomes obsolete, it -be converted to a general municipal recognition sign. The sign says: "Glidden-Ralston. State Champs. Class A. 1975." 100 Expected for Lakota Scout Council The annual board meeting of the Lakota Girl Scout Council of Northwestern Iowa will be at the Carroll Elks Club from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on . Monday. Girl Scout representatives from 14 counties will attend the meeting. A flag ceremony featuring the senior Girl Scout Troop 69 of Carroll will be at 10 p.m. Other program events include a business meeting with the election of new board members, finance presentation and discussion groups. Mrs. Amy Oosterhuis will present an hour slide show on her recent trip to Red China. About 100 board members, troop leaders and Girl Scouts are expected to attend the meeting, Kathy Claude, district advisor of Ft. Dodge, said. New Contest Woman is Church Services ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH 1844 N. Highland Dr. Carroll, Iowa Donald G. Wuertz, Pastor Saturday— . 1:30 p.m. Marquardt-Pettitt Wedding 7:00p.m. Worship Service Sunday— 9:00 a.m. Worship Service 10:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Classes noon LYC Potluck Monday— 7:00 p.m. P.E.T. Tuesday— 7:30 p.m. Sunday School Teachers' Meeting Wednesday— 4:00 p.m. Weekday Classes 6:30 p.m. LYC Roller Skating at Denison Thursday— 9:30 a.m. Ladies' Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Confirmation Examination Friday— 8:00 p.m. Philippine Arcadia Planned by STOP Club A new weight-losing contest was set up at the Thursday night meeting of the Carroll STOP (Sensibly Take Off Pounds) Club. The contest starts with the weigh-in on April 29 and will end May 27. Contestants must weigh every week, lose for three weeks and maintain their weight the fourth week. The top three weight losers will divide the prize. Thirteen members weighed Thursday. A total of 18 pounds were lost and 7% pounds gained. The next meeting, April 29 at 408 W. 7th St., is open to anyone interested in losing weight. Meeting time is 7p.m. • House (Continued From Page 1) Perkins, D-Jefferson. Voting against it were Reps. Frank Crabb, R-Denison and Opal Miller, D-Rock- wellCity.) Rep. John Brunow, D-Centerville, the chief sponsor, said it wasn't as good as a proposal rejected Tuesday to "decriminalize" possession of small amounts of the drug, but was better than nothing. It would set a penalty of up to $100 fine or 30 days in jail or both for possession of an ounce or less while leaving the maximum penalty for possession of larger amounts as it is now — six months in jail and $1,000 fine. The long debate has been characterized by a clash between two different philosophies toward crime and criminals. Accepted at West Point COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — A Council Bluffs student has become one of 150 girls accepted for the first class to include women at the United States Military Academy. Retsey Ronk, a senior at St. Albert High School, said she "cried, then I called my mother" Wednesday when she learned of her acceptance. She has not yet decided whether to accept the appointment. "It's a big decision, whether to lead a normal life in college or something different," said Miss Ronk, one of 4,000 women applicants to West Point. Miss Ronk is thinking of a future in law or business. She said she was impressed with the school's academic standings and chances for graduate, study. She attended an orientation weekend at the academy earlier in the spring. Three Win in Essay Contest Prize winning essays were read by student authors at the Carroll County Association for Retarded Citizens meeting Thursday night. Winning the $50 first place award was Julie Knobbe, of St. Bernard's School, Breda. Linda Vonnahme, of Kuemper High school, received the $20 second place award. Karen Frees, Manning, won the $10 third place award. A film strip oh citizen advocates, who help retarded persons on a one-to-one basis was shown. The next meeting will be at the Carroll County Court House on May 20. Turner ,...,, ; . , r • Seniors ? __'_1'_1.' (Continued From Page 1)| ' ..,;„.., Tamara Rae Marquardt, Vicki Lynn Hanimen, Patrick fferiry John R.Mayr, Sue Ann Millender, Dean P. Mitchell, Beverly Jean Nappe, Kenneth L. Olsen, Daniel L. Onken, Debra Darlene Onken, Joyce Kay Onken, Rick L. Onken, Jennifer Sue Petersen, Patricia Lynn Petersen, Mark D. Poland, Janet Quinn, Dawnie Marie Ruchti, Penny Louise Schroeder, James Joseph Seidl, Sheryl Jo Siemer, Ricky Neal Smith, Karen Elaine Stout, Clifford J. Stroh, David M. Sunderman, Julia Ann league, Lee E. Tenold, Daniel J. Tigges, Joseph D. Trecker, Catherine Jean Warnke,. Virginia Lee Watson, Ken A. Wessling. Dale L. Willenborg, Lori Lynn Williams, Dale Joseph Lehrter, Patrick J. Renze. Kuemper High School Debra Kay Allen, Nancy Jean Andersen, Susanna M. Anthofer, Robert L. Ausman, Diana Margaret Badding, Jeffrey L. Baldus, Dale J. Bauer, Daniel Bauer, Mary Jo Baumhover, Lori Jean Beckman, Jayne M. Behrens, Michelle L. Bennett, Deborah Julie Berg, Dale L. Berger, Diane Marie Berger, Mary T. Berger, Dale J. Bierl, Michael S. Bierl, Victoria J. Blum, Mary C. Bluml, Elizabeth L. Brincks, Michael Brincks, Diane M. Brinker, Richard John Broich, Sheryl Ann Broich, Bonita Agnes Bruch, Lynn A. Bruch, Gary L. Buelt, Karen V. Bueltel, Debra L. Burg, Joan K. Burkett, James B. Busche, John D. Cavanaugh, Michael A. Cawley, Joan Marie Collison, Gerard P. Cornstock, James P. Comstock, Theresa June Crampton, Carol K. Dalhoff, Laura Jean Daniel, Mary Lou Danner, Catherine Ann Danzer, Beverly Ann Dentlinger, Nancy Catherine Dentlinger, Susan R. Dlers, David P. Donovan, Joyce Ann Drees, Maria K. Eischeid, Steven John Eischeid, Steven L. Eischeid, Susan M. Eischeid, Cindy L. Espenhover,Edwin M. Evangelista, Ann B. Fangman, Patricia L. Fay, Anthony A. Feldmann, Joseph P. Fleskes, Richard A. Friedman, Joyce Marie Frischmeyer, Brian Michael Furey, Phyllis Marie 'Gallagher, Daniel J. Gehling, Kerry L. Gleason, Linda A. Gradoville, David M. Greteman, Frank E. Greteman, Steven J. Grethen, Theresa M. Greving, Elizabeth A. Grossman, Louis L. Grote, Timothy J. Gute, Karen Joan Hackfort, Mary G. Hagemann, Ran. dall Lee Halbur, Russell N. Halbur, The Weather IOWA FORECAST. Chance of a few severe storms south this evening. Rain over the state tonight and Saturday with, a few thunderstorms. Low tonight 40s north, low 50s south. Cooler Saturday. High 50s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday.Through Tuesday: Chance of showers Sunday and Tuesday. Highs the 60s. lows the 40s Sunday, upper 30s to mid 40s Monday and Tuesday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 74 Yesterday's low 45 At 7 a.m. today...' 48 At 53 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 7 a.m. I .83 inch of rain Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 24 hours before 10 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll amounted to .54 inch. Temperatures included a high of 69 and low of 54 degrees. Hannasch, Bernard J. Hansman, Joyce A. Harmah, Gregory Joseph Haubrich, Michael L. Haubrich, Steven Hausman, Margaret Mary Hawks, Louis Jean Heinen, Joleen A. Heinrichs, Timothy Heinrichs, John C. Heisterkamp, Craig Daniel 'Heithoff, Gloria Jean Heithoff, Marilyn E. Heithoff, Donna Marie Hoffman, ^ Jean L. Hoffman, Judy Mary Hoffman, Mary D. Hoffman, Terry L. Hoffman, Jeffrey Paul Hogan, Connie Sue Horbach, Jane Marie Huegerich, Ann Marie Irlmeier, Douglas D. Irlmeier, Gloria J. Irlmeier, Norbert A. Janning, Denise Ann Jenson, Thomas F. Kalkhoff, Mark M. Kanne, Allyn J. Kasperbauer, Lori J. Kasperbauer, Jeanette M. Kastle, Robert John Kelly, Thomas J. Kelly, Dale E. Kerkhoff, Marilyn Ann Kerkhoff, Charles A. Kirsch, Kenneth P. Klocke, Kevin H. Klocke, Phillip J. Kloser, James D. Knight, Bradley Thomas Knott, William A. Koester, Marian J. Kohorst, Oran C. Kohorst, Kathryn J. Lambert, James J. Lambertz, JoAnn Marie Lampe, Richard L. Langel, Eileen M. Langenfeld, Patrick Otto Lasher, John J. Leonard, Deborah J. Loew, Suzanne K. Loew, David Richard Loneman, Michael J. Loneman, Ann Laura Louis, Paul M. Ludwlg, Thomas J. Lynch, Nancy Jane Malloy, Richard R. Maschlng, Kathleen A. Mayer, Gregory L. Menke, Martin G. Meshek, Alan J. Mooney, Sandra Mary Naberhaus, Jane L. Neppel, Karleen Kay Nieland, Maureen B. Nurse, Jean O'Leary, Jane A. Oswald, Laura Jean Otto, Charles A. Pille, John Potthoff, Thomas R. Potthoff, Gary Paul Pudenz, Kevin J. Pudenz, Neil L. Pudenz, Richard P. Pudenz, Gail A. Reicks, Richard R. Reicks, Cynthia L. Ricke, Kevin J. Ricke, Harold E. "Riesberg, Jane C. Riesberg, Jeanette L. Riesberg, Jen M. Riesberg, Richard L. Riesberg, Ronald R. Riesenberg, De Ann Riesselman, Michael V. Riesselman, Mary C. Riordan, Timothy C. Roetker, Kevin Leroy Rupiper, Maribeth Rupiper, Randy L. Rupiper, David J. Sanders, Margaret M. Schapman, Steven D. Scharfenkamp, Jayne Marie Schenkelberg, Pamela J. Schenkelberg, Debra A. Schieffer, Carol J. Schoeppner, Robert W. Schoeppner, Carol Jean Schon, Jane Frances Schrad, Roger W. Schrad, Gerrine Ann Schreck, Craig Jon Schroeder, James B. Schroeder, Daniel L. Schultes, Mark William Schultes, Thomas Schultes, David P. Schwaller, Dale A. Schwery, Dennis George .Sibenaller, Nancy C. Sibenal- ler, James Donald Slemann, Ronald W. Smith, Donald J. Snyder, Roxanne K. Sporrer, Jayne Marie Staley, Craig K. Stangl, David L. Stangl, Steven M. Stangl, Martin J. Steffes, Connie Joan Stevens, Michele Stork, Patricia K. Sundrup, Karen Sue Tegels, Richard R. Tegels, Kevin Lee Tessmer, Lori Ann Thein, Kim W. Tiefenthaler, Cheryl Ann Tigges, Geri Lin Tigges, Carolyn Mary Tomka, Catherine J. Tpmka, Ann Marie Vanderheiden, Cynthia Sue Venteicher, Mary Kay Vicarius, Janet M. Vonnahme, Linda A. Vonnahme, Joyce L. Walker, James D. Waters Jr., Allen 8. Weber, Robert ArWegman, Clyde Weitl, Douglas C. Weltl, Terri Ann Weitl, Julie Wiedemeier, Mary Jane Wiederien, Ronald P. Wiederien, Dean J. Wiederin, David B. Wieland, Allen J. Willenborg, Krlstine A. Williams, Stephen Paul Windschitl, Craig Robert Wittrock, Joel Victor Wittrock, Karen M. Wittrock, LuAnn F. Wittrock, Dean P. Wittry, Peggy Sue Wolterman, Lynn Wuebker, Kirk David Zimmerman. (Continued expenses on Jan. 13, 1975. On July 1. 1974, the attorney general received a $1,000 raise; but the governor and other full-time elected state officials have not had a raise since July 1.1973. There is an indication, Turner said, that many legislators are taking the position that the statewide elected officials will not be given raises unless a bill is enacted to raise legislative ..compensation. Such.a bill, he .'added.' could.riot take effect; 'unt.i.1 January .of 1977 ,if, enacted during this session, or until January of 1979. if enacted in the next General Assembly. "But," Turner continued, "legislative compensation of incumbent members of the General Assembly is irrelevant and raises to the statewide elected officials can and should be made effective on July 1. 1976. Elected officials should not be held for ransom, or bartered off, in a partisan political dispute or internecine spat." Assuming the raises would cost $60.000. Turner figures this would amount to about 2 cents for every man. woman and child in the state and "would not cost the average taxpayer as much as a postage stamp." To-further illustrate "the unfairness of the salaries of From Page 1) the elected officers," Turner cited the case of the commerce counsel, Don Uthus, who at 36 was not admitted to practice in Iowa until June of 1972, who receives the top merit pay for a legal officer, $32,994, nearly $4,000 more than the attorney general. In addition, Turner said, the solicitor commerce counsel, who has not yet been admitted to practice in Iowa, receives $29,952;-There are 6-other > lawyers working : for the ' •commerce 1 commission with i salaries ranging between ' $14.690 and $27,170, he added. "One of these has also not been admitted to practice and 2 others have been admitted less than 2 years. All of these salaries are much, much higher than those of comparable-lawyers in the attorney general's office. The attorney general administers a staff of 106 employes, . including 68 assistants, the largest-law firm in Iowa." Four members of. the attorney general's staff receive salaries which he has fixed or recommended higher than his own: the solicitor ; general receives $30.900; and the chief attorneys for the ' area prosecutors and the ', departments of revenue and transportation each receive $29.900. Legal Notices 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. 11165 IN THt MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF John Brockman Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF John Brockman Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of April, 1976, the last will and testament of John Brockman deceased bearing date of the 11th day of December, 1969, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Ethel Rowedder and Edna Bruggeman 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" 15th day of April, 1976 Ethel Rowedder Box 305 Fountain Hills, Arizona Edna Bruggeman Manijla, Iowa Executors of said Estate Norelius & Norelius Attorneys for said Executors Home Federal Savings & Loan Bldg. Denison, Iowa 51442 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication,23rd day of April, 1976. April 16, 23,1976, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND : NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11168 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Helen M. Jeffrey Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Helen M. Jef- ! frey Deceased: ' You are hereby notified that on the '' 22nd day of April, 1976, the last will and testament of Helen M. Jeffrey deceased bearing date of the 6th day of January, 1976, was admitted to ' probate in the above named court and that Jane Ingersoll was appointed executor 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 bar- • red. Notice Is further given that all persons Indebted to said estate are ' requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and i 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 22nd day of April, 1976. Jane Ingersoll ' 120121st Street . ' ;', West Des Moines, Iowa'50265 '; Executor of said Estate, Crane, Peters & McMinimee .» Attorneys for said Executor 'i 514'/j N. Adams St., P.O. Box 156 ? Carroll, Iowa 51401 • : Allred J. Klocke f- Clerk of the District Court ' Court House, Carroll, Iowa 'J~ of A 3t 1 °' second P ubll "U°n 30th day 5 -•-.April 23, 30,1976"'

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