Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 30, 1976 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 30, 1976
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Ali Says Hell Knock Out Young LANDOVER, Md. (AP) Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, who says he wasn't impressed with Jimmy •Young in Young's last fight, gets! a first-hand look at Ihe challenger from Philadelphia, tonight. ••-•'.:. Ali said Thursday, he didn't know how long he will be looking at Young, but he knows it won't be for the full 15 rounds of their nationally televised fight in the 19,'000-seat Capital Centre. Ali watched x>n television in his dressing room-while Young'outpointed Joe "King" Roman in 10 rounds in Puerto Rico last Feb; 20. Then Ali went but and knocked out Jean-Pierre Coopman in five rounds after getting the word from his manager, Herbert Muhammad, to quit playing around. "It wasn't my best fight," said Young of his match against Roman, but the 27-year-old Philadelphian added he thought it would be a mislake for Ali to judge him onlhatfighl.' But the'former exhibition partner of the champion — he sparred three three : rounders against Ali five years ago — is •a definite underdog in their fight for keeps which will be televised live by ABC at about 10:30p.rn.,EDT.' "I'll knock him out," the 34- year-old Ali said after weighing in at 230 pounds, the highest official weight of his career. "I don't know when:" Ali had a ready explanation for his weight, a pound over the previous high of 229 in a- nontitle f.ight against Mac Foster in Tokyo April 1. 1972. Young weighed 209. . "I got a little fat but I'm in shape," he said patting his 'belly. '.'I can get down to 215 but I get weak. I'm heavy because I need energy because I'm fighting next month." t Ali already has signed to fight European champion Richard Dunn of England May 25 in Munich, in defense of the lille, and Ihen meel Japanese wrestler Antonio Inoki in an exhibition in June. And rje is talking aboul fighting Ken Norlon in Seplember in the Sudan or Turkey, then meeting the winner of the June fight between Joe Frazier and George Foreman, which he predicts will be Foreman. Norton will be on view Fri- Sports Glances Softball Deadline The deadline for area leams entering the Fourth Annual. Breda Zeker Softb'all Tournament is May 1st. : For information, persons should contact Bob Fasbender at792-9887. , Present Program ' On Monday, May 3rd, Sporls-Page, the'bi-monthly sporls magazine program of Ihe Iowa Educational Broadcasting Network will present a program on "The Problems of Being An Athletic Director. That broadcast can be seen on all IEBN Channels: Ch 11, Des Moines; Ch 12, Iowa Cily; Ch 27, Sioux Cily; Ch 32, Council Bluffs; Ch 32-, Waterloo; and Ch36, Red Oak. Sports-Page host Ron Maly of the Des Moines Register and Tribune will be joined by Iowa State University Alhletic Director Lou McCollough. McCollough will be talking • aboul his job as athletic .director, and some of Ihe confusion and .problems enlailed in Ihe performance of. • his duly, Signs Letter Iowa Stale football Coach Earle Bruce said Thursday, thai tailback Victor Mack, Mansfield, Ohio, has signed a national letter of. intent .to allend Iowa Slale. Mack, a 6-foot, 180-pounder, ! gained' 863 yards and 10 touchdowns for Malabar High School last fall. , REMEMBER Good Old DAD This Year With a Natural Color Outdoor Portrait of the Kids or You'and the Kids. Select from Several Originals 1 8x10 Natural Only Color Portrait Offer Expires June 20»h 5th & Main 792-3484 Complete Carroll Mack's.father, Willie, starred for Bruce when he coached at Mansfield in the 1950s.. ;. '.-.-• Young Mack learned second team Class AAA honors, was voted most valuable player in his conference arid was an All-Northwest Ohio selection. He was the 27th prep signed by Bruce this spring. Resolution Passed The General Assembly passed a resolution Thursday congratulating Dorothy Hamill of Greenwich, Conn., for winnihg'an Olympic gold medal and the world championship in'women's figure skating last winter. The' resolution praises the 19-year-old as. "an example for youth of Connecticut to follow," ' Miss Hamill was on tour and unable to be at the stale • Capitol, but legislators gave her a.standing ovalion anyway. . Assistant Resigns Southern California basketball assistant coach Clayton "Bub" Bowling has resigned, school officials say. Bowling, 36. joined the Trojan staff last season after serving as an assistant lo Howie Dalmar al Stanford for six years. Bowling said he was resigning, so that he and his family could be togelher in Northern California. He said he had been a\Vay from.his wife and daugh'te.r'ihe pasl year because of his wife's job commilment in the Bay Area. Will Miss 2 Games Los Angeles left fielder Bill Buckner willmiss at least two games wilh a sprained left ankle suffered Wednesday night in a game wilh Ihe Pittsburgh Pirates, Ihe . Dodgers said. HURRVWITH TOUR BREAKFAST; SNOOPS. WE'RE GOING TO MEET SOME NEUJ FOLKS/ DAY."* Charlie Brown and Snoopy and the other delightful little people are coming your way. You can enjoy their amazing antics daily in the phenomenal comic strip PEANUTS Monday, May 3 CARROLL DAILY TIMES HERALD day night, meeting Ron Slander in a. scheduled 12-round fight which with the Ali-Young fight will form a television doubleheader. The telecast will start at 9, p.m., EOT. Norton weighd in at 224 to Slander's 229. Ali is getting $1.6 million to fight Young and estimates his total purses beginning wilh Coopman and running Ihrough Foreman or Frazier will be aboul $25 million. Young is getting $75,000, 10 times his previous besl payday which was against Kiwanis Check -Staff Photo A check for $100 was lurned over lo New Hope Village Thursday. Kiwanis Club President Reese Abbe gave the money to New Hope Execulive Director Lamar Esbeck. The donation will be added lo Ihe New Hope building fund. Abbe said the check was the first of a series the Kiwanis Club plans to give the project for handicapped persons. The money-is a portion of the proceeds from Ihe Kiwanis Pancake Day and Airport Appreciation Day. 4-H Club News Coor 'C' 1950. 1956 United Fealure Synrticalc. Inc WILLEY — The annual Molhers' Day Tea was held in Ihe church hall, April 25! by the Willey Merry Maids 4-H club. • A potluck supper for the member's parents and the special guesls was served. Mrs. Esther Heithoff. Mrs. Joe Danzer. and -Reverends Topf and Schumacher were special guesls. Following Ihe supper. Ihe meeling was called to order by the president, Mary Ann Halbur. Roll call, which was to present the gifts the girls made to their mothers, was answered by 23 members. Gifls were also presented lo the special guests and the leaders. Mrs. Bob Halbur. the good neighbor. The American Red Cross ."irfc •dwmiing conuibutod lo, 1h* public good rt H Mrs. Roy Knobbe, Mrs. Merlin Irlmeier. Mrs. Floyd Weitl, andMrs. : 'Ed-Danzer. : Camp'and'health clinic we're discussed. The lap boards thai the younger members are finishing were shown to the guests.,The bicentennial quilt made by the older members was raffled off. Linda Sterner and Susan Kennebeck adjourned the meeting. Afler Ihe meeting, Ihe Beller Groomed: Gir! conlesl was held. Mrs. Harold Pomeroy and Mrs. Joe Tigges were judges. Winners in Ihe junior division were Melissa Tigges and Jackie Trausch. with Monica Weh,n. Susan Kennebeck, and Diane Danzer as alternates. Intermediate division winners were Gail Danzer. Charlene Irlmeier and Kathy Tigges. Gloria Heilhoff and Calhy Irlmeier were Ihe winners in Ihe senior division. Paula Heithoff. Peggy Irlmeier and Mary Ann Halbur were their allernales. A program presented by the girls concluded Ihe evening. Tlmct Herald, Carroll, la. -j Friday, April 30, 1976 / Roman, and he thinks the gateway to "big money" is lo keep Ali in the center of he ring and make him work. "My idea is to box him, to keep him in the middle of the ring where I'm 100 per cent sure I can handle him," said Young whose pro record is 17-42, with five knockouts compared to Ali's 50-2-0, wilh 36knockouls. "He can box beller lhan Norlon." said Ali. "He's faster but I.don't know if he can lake it. I'm gonna stay within punching range and let him lire himself out," said Ali, confident he can blunt any offense by the supposedly light-hilling Young. Name Arcadia Poppy Poster Winners Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Winners of Ihe American Legion Auxiliary poppy -poster contesl entries were announced at Ihe Ehlers and Gerken Unil 692 meeling held April 19. They are Scotl Schweers from St. John's School. Arcadia, Class I; Renee Yockey from Ar-We-Va School in Class II and Jane Vonnahme from St. John's School in Class III. There were 17 entires from the two schools. Poppy chairman is Rose Marie Schweers. Canteen cards will be sent lo the Iwo makers of the veteran poppy. Mrs. Warren Andersen reported on junior activities. The recent junior awards received were displayed. Mrs. Vernon Noelck reported on Ihe destrict conference at West •Bend. Appointed lo the nominating commiltee w^re Mrs. Olmar Bierl, Mrs. Gerald Berg and Mrs. Herbert Buelt. They are lo secure officers for Ihe 76-77 year. Lunch was served followed by entertainment. Zion Ladies Have Meeting Times Herald News Service .. MANNING — Zion Ladies Aid mel for Iheir regular meeling in the Fellowship Hall on April 14. Pastor Heinicke led the devotions. Psalm 22 was read. He presented the' topic. "Where There's A Will." Susan Schilling read an arlicle on the Philippine Lulheran Mission projecl. President Colene Lohrman called the business meeting to order. Seventeen members and Iwo associate members were present The various commitlee chairmen gave Iheir reports. Johanna Danneman was granted associated membership. Members were reminded lo gel their articles for the Kiddy Kils and Aclivity Kils for Lutheran World Relief to the church soon. The volunteer for Ihe New Hope Village Store Ihis month is Florence Ramsey. Susan Schilling decorated the birthday and anniversary table. Seated at the table were 'Dorthea Musfeldl. Irene Jansen and Susan Schilling. Hostesses were Marie Nulle andBarbara Dovel. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be In the Times Herald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch 11.70 Additional Insertions 11.SO CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word ' 12c Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 3Be CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 words 10c per word Want Ads Card of Thanks Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS My sincere deep appreciation to my dear family, relatives and friends for the many prayers, cards, flowers, gifts, visits and telephone calls while I was a patient in Mercy Hospital, Des Moines and St. Anthony Hospital. Thanks also to Fathers Ahmann, Silk and Thiedeman for their visits. May God reward all of you. Mrs. Archie J. Ricke 3-86-ltp Legal Notice CARD OF THANKS Words arc inadequate to express our deepest gratitude lo everyone for their kindness to us during the time of our mother's illness and death. Thank you to Msgr. Lenz for the impressive mass, Msgr. Karhoff. Father Reiff, Father Koenig, Father Meyer and Father LcFcbvre for their presence in the sanctuary. Also, a sincere thank you to the Golden Circle, the Dedham Legion Auxiliary. Holy Spirit Funeral Choir and Senior Choir. CD of A. Legion of Mary, and the Holy Spirit Ladies who prepared the luncheon. Thanks also to all for the visits, food, cards, flowers and masses. Mrs. Dolores Wieland & Family Mr. & Mrs. BillMeshek & Family 3-86-Itc Don't lose out on a service or installation job because people don't know what you can do. Everybody reads these Want Ads — advertise your services here. Announcements 6 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. Jeffrey 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 barred. Notice is furtherfliven 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 22nd day of April, 1976. Jane Ingersoll 1201 21st Street • West Des Moines, Iowa 50265 Executor of said Estate Crane, Peters & McMinimee Attorneys for said Executor 514Vj N. Adams St.', P.O.'Box 156 . Carroll, Iowa 51-101 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 30th day of April, 1976. April 23, 30, 1976 BURPEE SEEDS: You can get them at The Garden of Gifts'. . 6-70-tfc Effective May 1st IOWA PARCEL SERVICE Will be closed on Saturdays. Personals Have a Happy, Jo. 9-86-1 Ip TO WHOM it may concern — Please — do not walk on our lawn, use 'Sidewalk. The Property Owner at 314 North Crawford. ' 9-85-2tp •GRAPEFRUIT PILL" with Diadax plan more convenient than grapefruits. — Eat satisfying meals and lose weight. Star Drugs. 9-80-10tp Investments Congratulations \ to Jerry Vetter of Arcadia j The winner of the CB Radio during our Grand Opening Celebration. The other prize winners are listed in our store. Stop in today to see if you, too, won a prize. BRITCHES H* Downtown Carroll Karstens Back From Trip To Texas Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Karstens and family returned home Sunday evening after spending the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Gehrig and family at Spring. Texas. Enroute home Mr. .and Mrs. Karstens and family spent this past weekend in the home of Gene's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arlee Brunsvold and family at Olathe, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Art Greve attended the First Holy Communion of their grandson, Scott Greve, Sunday morning at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Vail. They were dinner and afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Greve near Vail that day. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Cook and daughters were Mrs. •Ida Crowe of Twilight Acres, Mrs. Lois Erne, Mrs. Harry Cook, and Mrs. Mardon Dunbar of Ellsworth. Me. who is a guest in the Wes Cook home. ' Saturday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs. Minnie Peters were Mrs. Glenna Ferrone and Mrs. Jane Kiwel of Sergeant Bluff. Saturday overnight and Sunday dinner and supper guests .were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culbertson and family of Laurens. Stickrods Host Omaha Guests Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gronemeyer, Shannon and Shawn of Omaha were Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stickrod. Mrs. Rosetta Mauer accompanied'Mrs. Clara Meyer and Katherine to Lohrville Sunday where they visited in the Chris Wunschel home. Mrs. Paul Schmitz of Storm Lake was a Thursday afternoon guest in the home of Mrs. Rosetta Mauer. They also called on Mrs. Otto Nutzman at Twilight Acres. ' 8.5% Interest on thrift certificates with a minimum deposit of $5,000 for 5 years at Mid-States Enterprises, Inc., Hwy. 30 & Carroll Street In Downtown Carroll. Phone 792-1250. 11-37-1U Business Services 14 STEREO SERVICE CB sales and installation. Stereo Town. 792-3522. H-13Q-tfc NEED ROOM - storage for your winter clothes? Cleaning, finishing & alterations. Pick up & delivery & shop in car window. HR Cleaners. 792-4333. 14-73-ttc CRANE SERVICE available in this area. Call 659-3004. Midwest Marketing Industries, Glidden. Iowa. 14-130-tfc NEW CONSTRUCTION All types of remodeling, cabinet making, building garages; farm building repair, cement work etc. "No job too small." WARNKE y CONSTRUCTION Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-1350 or 792-3352 u.B4-5, P For ROTO TILLER, POWER RAKE and LAWN VACUUM RENTAL Call or See Iowa Small Engine Center 7th&Hwy.30Ph.: 792-2126 (Formerly Reinart Service) 14-66-ltc PIANO Tuning & repair Now scheduling for SUMMER For quick service call Gary Linder 653-7531 Manning 14-79-1tc Carpets absorb odors and soil. Have them professionally cleaned and sanitized by ServiceMaster of Carroll 792-2155 _ ___ __ '_ ___ _ U-7B-1IC For Lady Finelle Cosmetics Call Karen Smith 792-4569 V

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