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Carroll, Iowa
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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 i CARD OF THANKS t Up to 20 words ____ $2.00 ; All over 20 words ____ 8c per word i Per column inch __________ $1.60 i Additional insertions __________ $1.40 I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ', Classified disolays taken until 9 I ti.m. day of publication except Sat] urday and 8 a.m. on Saturday. f Regular classified 'till 9:30 a.m. 1 Saturday, 10 a.m. Monday through I Friday. ! CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER I One day, per word _____ 10 cents I Three days, per word__.24 cents 5 Six days, per word _____ 36 cents Business Opportunities 5 THE IORN LOSER By ART SANSOM IMWDUNP HOLES IN SQUARE HOLES/ "Look Skinnv! Printed Pattern $500 small laboratory - breeding stock for us. We supply equipment, breeders, and instructions. Illinois Research Farms Dept. CTH-11. Harrington, Illinois 60010. 5-257-ltp Announcements 6 FREE BAG OF FRESH PO- tato chips with 6-pak of your favorite beer. Old Milwaukee, Falstaff, Storz, Grain Belt, Schmidt — Special, $1.10 per 6-pak cold. C H A R L E Y'S PLACE. 6-257-tfc WATCH — OWNER MAY have by identifying and paying ad. Phone 792-3312. 8-263-2tc Lost 7 BLACK LEATHER BILLFORD. Reward. Shirley Eischeid. 7-260-6tc Business Services 14 STARTER, GENERATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street West of Safeway. Phone 7922126. 14-213-ltc We Fix It 16 VACUUM CLEANER RE pair — all makes. Hoses — Switches — etc. Richard Rutten, 1020 N. West — 792-3001. 16-252-12tc Where To Go 17 Appearing this weekend at the GOLD NUGGET Templeton, Iowa Nov. 6 & 7 THE COUNTRY RUSTLERS featuring ROGER RANNIGER ^^^^^^^^^^^T^V^C Mobile Homes 20 19' x 54' ELCONA, WITH TIP put, air conditioned. New furniture and carpet. 792-2192. 20-262-2tc Want Ads serve you at YOUR convenience. Read 'em to fill needs. 9167 SIZES 8-18 Skinnying down from a tall neckline, this sleek coatdress suddenly veers off to button at the side. Choose faille, worsted, ribbed knits — nowl Printed Pattern 9167: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 3 yards 45- inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Marian Martin, c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald. Pattern Dept. 232 West 18th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME. ADDRESS With ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. NEW Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog. 114 dynamic designs. Free Pattern Coupon. 50 cents. INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today, .wear tomorrow. $1. INSTANT FASHION BOOK ~ What-to-wear answers, accessory, figure tipsl Only $1. Good Things To Eat 18 I (Clip this ad) | BIRTHDAY CLUB j (Coupon) , If your birthday occurs in the | week of Nov. 8, you will re- j ceive a free dinner of your ' choice with the purchase of a I dinner of the same value and ' this ad. Good only Mon. thru | Thurs. (Adults only). RED CARPET LOUNGE "Where Quality Comes First" I (Clip this ad) I 18-10i-lte I Male-Female Help 23 WANTED: ADULT CLERK over 25 years in local store. Good hours & salary. Reply in own Handwriting. Box G, c/o Daily Times Herald. 23-261-3tc YOU HAVEN'T BEGUN TO read today's paper until you have read every ad on this page. • If you get the Times Herald by Mail • You don't have to Miss a Single Issue • And we don't want you to. Here's a quick and easy way to avoid the inconvenience of having your paper stopped. Check the label on your paper now! Look at the top of Page 1. Your name and address are printed there. The number to the right is the expiration date of your paper. (For example: 12-31-70 would mean that your paper expires Dec. 31, 1970.) If your paper is close to the expiration day, right now, before you forget, make out a check for renewal. Rural Mail Subscriptions rates Carroll & Adjoining Counties 1 year $15.00 6 mos. $8.00 3 mos. $5.00 DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 792-3573 Male-Female Help 23 CONTACT MAN Needed by National firm to introduce needed service to business people Carroll area. Minimum $175 weekly earnings qualified man. $ 1,000-$ 1,500 monthly potential. Write President, Box 18431 Tampa, Fla. 33609. 23-263-3tp Situation Wanted 24 YOUR WATER PROBLEMS solved — Call John Hansen, Audubon, Iowa collect 5634169 for shallow well digging. 24-248-6tc Farm Service 30 SIOUX STORAGE AND DRI- All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 30-161-tfc Hatcheries 32 WHEN YOU HOUSE YOUR pullets, worm them with Wormall capsules or Worm- all granules, then the first of every month use Wazine liquid to keep them free of round worms. Also use Six to delouse them. CARROLL HATCHERY. 32-261-3tc Auctions 40 SPECIAL CARLOAD LOT YEARLING CATTLE SALE KIMBALLTON AUCTION CO. Wed. Evening November 11 Starting at 7:00 P.M. Estimating 1 200 Cattle (including, 800 yearlings and 300 to 400 calves)—600 to 800 Hogs. Early listings include: YEARLINGS 103 Choice to fancy yearling steers, 700 to 800 Ibs. About one-half of these will be ; Whiteface, the balance Angus & Blank Whiteface. Strictly green, coming off grass. Consigned by Charles Whetstone. 60 Choice to fancy Angus yearling steers, 725 Ibs. These' steers have been 5-way vaccinated and are a top set of yearlings. Consigned by Norman Nielsen of Exira. 148 Good to choice Angus-Hereford & Black Whitefnce yearling steers, 625 Ibs.—consigned by Dick Anderson of Brayton. 77 Choice Whiteface yearling steer*, 7-50 Ibs. Consigned by M. B. Mathews. 24 Shorthorn yearling steers, 650 Ibs. & '^0 Black steers, 650 Ibs. These have been triple vaccinated and strictly green. . Consigned by Alvln Christen- Ben of Hamlln. 68 Angus & Hereford calves, 525 Ibs. These are coming off short grass. Consigned by Petersen of Jacksonville. 91 Choice Angus Shorthorn yearling steers 550 to 575 Ibs.— strictly green coming off grass. Consigned by Roger F. Anderson of Marne. CALVES 40 Shorthorn & Hereford steer & heifer calves, 250 to 450 Ibs. Will be sorted — consigned by Warren Christensen of Anita. 126 Choice Angus & Black Whiteface steer & heifer calves— 375 to 425 Ibs. Consigned by Bear Creel? Ranch. STOCK COWS 30 Choice Angus stock cows— ranging from 4 to 7 years—also 30 steer and heifer calves from these cows — about 450 Ibs. Consigned by Warren Christensen of Anita. We expect 300 to 400 cattle In later consignments by Sale time. KIMBALLTON AUCTION CO. Phone 773-3202 ... MARVIN JORGENSON OWNER AND MANAGER Dial Exira 268,-5428 AUCTIONEER Darrell Benton Auctions 40 REGULAR LIVESTOCK SALE DUNLAP, IOWA Tues., Nov. 10 Starting Promptly at 12:00 Noon 1000 to 1 200 Hogs, 1 500 Cattle 130 Fancy reputation Mamp pigs, 40 to 45 Ibs., Lawrence Dinsmore. 150 Fancy reputation Chester White plg», 40 to 45 Ibs. from Marian. 20, Fancy open Hampshire gilts off furm at Soldier. 45 Kim calf Hereford heifers, pregnancy examined, calf in 18 Hereford bred heifers, pregnancy examined, calf In spring. 20 Black bred heifers, pregnancy examined. 87 Fancy Charolnls steer calves, 450 to 525, from Dorango. Colorado, 5 way vaccinated out of performance tested rows, artificially bred to French Charolals bull on a preconditioned ration. Will be sold In small lots and 10 of five. 84 Choice Black and Black Whiteface steer calves 425 to 500. 76 Choice Black and Black Whiteface heifer calves 400 : to 450. 40 Choice Hereford steer calves. 500 Ibs. 17 Fancy Charolaig steer and helferi triple vacinated, 500 Ibs. 46 Black and Black Whiteface heifers, 500 Ibs., local farm. 36 Charolais steers 425 to 450 special consignment, 110 Choice yearling heiferg, Black Whiteface and Hereford 700 to 725, originating out of Montana as calves, off Ed McEvay farm at Logan. 42 Hereford yearling heifers. 550 Ibs. 46 Hereford yearling heifers, 650 Ibs. 29 Holstein steers 800 to 900 Ibs. a real top set of green Hol- stelns, coming off Soldier farm. 20 Medium quality steers, 800 Ibs. Remember our special cattle sale of all classes, Saturday November 21, featuring the Norellus Charo- lais club calves. Let us know of your consignments. DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION Phone 643-5761 • JIMSCHABEN, OWNER AND MANAGER DUNLAP, IOWA .40-263-ltc Flower of Months 7432 NATIONALLY ACCREDITED SPF Purebred Hampshire boars. Serviceable age. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 41-203-50tc P.B. DUROC, SPOTS AND Hamp. boars. Will deliver. Vern Reiman, 7 mi. North, Auburn, Iowa. 688-7751. 41-261-tfc SPF C H E S T E R-WHITE boars, Elmer Herbers, Manning, Iowa. 41-255-12tp P.B. DUROC BOARS. AC- credited 1016. Better Durocs 1894 - 1970. J. H. Samuelson. Kiron 675-2391. 41-243-27tc Household Goods 51 FREE WATER ANALYIS. Will check for hardness, acid, iron. Will pick up water sample. Call Great Plains Gas, Phone 792-9817. 31-258-6tc For Sale 55 EVERY MAKE ELECTRIC carpet shampooer does a better job with famous Blue Lustre. Coast to Coast Store. 55-263-ltc GAS HEATER FOR VOLKS- wagen. Like new. 712-684-2427. 55-262-2tc Wanted To Rent 58 WANTED TO RENT - MOD- ern farm house, young couple. Phone 792-1166. 58-260-6tp Room For Rent 60 SLEEPING ROOM. 792-4491. 60-261-3tp TO PLACE A WANT AD DIAL 3573, OPEN HOUSE 1 P.M. to 5 P.M., Sunday, November 8th 630 East 12th Street Now that you have heard of 235 houses, you can see them. (The ones that take about as much to buy as cheap rent, $85.00 plus and $200.00 down, Government pays the rest.) Attention; The Government gives older people special consideration. You people who are commuting to work from nearby towns, stop in and let us show you what the&e homes can do for you. Time* Herald, Ccrroff, I*. Saturday, Nev. 7, 1»70 Ui«d Can & Trucks 71 W2 CADILLAC 4.DlClEDAN. Real clean, a local car with fac. air and really a good buy. See it today. McCarville & Son. 71-283-ltc Bowling News Auto Service 75 HOULIHAN MOTOR SlRVICB CENTER . . . Used Cars, Engines, Brake Service, Tune- ups, Carburetors, Mufflers and Exhaust Systems. Pickup and Delivery. Hwy. 71 S, Carroll, Phone 4980. 75-S2-tfc IP YOUR CAR SPUTTIRt AND -stumbles, groans and grumbles, let PETERS MOTORS, INC. pep it up today with a tune-up. - 75-234-ltc Enjoy flowers- all year with this lovely, 12-month series. Flower of Every Month — embroidery dainty, delightful motifs on towels, pictures, dresses, npron packets. Pattern 7432: twelve mo- ..tUts .about 4',& x 5" to 5.x 5^411 . r _ : ^ FIFTY CENTS tor each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern lor Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Alice Brooks c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald. Needlecraft Dept.. Box 163. Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. .Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip x Pattern Number. '' ; '• : NEW 1971 Needlecraft Catalog — more Instant fashions, knits crochets, quilts, embroidery, gifts. 3 free patterns. 50 cents. NEW Complete Instant Gift Book — over 100 gifts for all occasions, ages. Crochet, tie dye. paint, decoupage, knit, sew, quilt — more. $1.00. - . i Complete Afghan -Book — fasK- lons, olllows, gifts; more! $ "16 Jiffy Ruqa" Book. 50 cents. "50 Instant Gifts" Book. 50 cents. Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50 cents. Quilt Book 1 — 16 patterns. 50. cents. Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 unique quilts. 50 cents. Book 3. "Quilts for Today's L|v- ing". 15 patterns. 50 cents. Houses For Sale 63 TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE WITH large garage on 7 acres. Phone 684-7747. . 63-261-3tc MODERN THREE BEDROOM home in Lidderdale. Gas Heat. Would finance — low down payment. Mrs. Marie Kruse, Lidderdale. 63-261-6tp TO FINANCE THE HOME OF your choice, see First 'Federal Savings &, Loan Assn. of Carroll. • •• 63-29-tfc Houses For Rent 64 2-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR rent, phone 792-3818. '64-252-tfc LARGE HOUSE FOR RENT. 792-4234 after 6, p.m. 64-262-3tc THREE-BEDROOM home, 792-2849. MODERN 64-262-2tc Apartment For Rent 65 LARGE TWO-BEDROOM, downstairs, northside. Tom •Morrissey 792-9155. 65-262^3tp TWO~BE D R 0 0 M DOWN- stairs apartment. , Graham Apartments. 792-4122. •65-246-ffc Used Cars & Trucks 71 47 CHEVY NOVA SUPER Sport 283 automatic! Going to. service. 683-3811:, . . ' 71-261-3tp 1967 CHEVELLESS 396 .4-speed. Owner .in Vietnam, 792-3423, Carroll. 71-252-tfc 67 DODGE POLARA SATION wagon. Power steering and brakes. Immaculate ' inside and out. 66 Ford Galaxie 500 4-dr. h'dtop, V-8,. automatic^ pr. steering plus new rubber. Both local one owner new car trade-ins. WITT HOCK' MOTORS. 71-262-tfe 64 CHEVY 4-DR. - AUTO- matic — new motor. 792-1177. 7l-262-'3tc POLARA - AU- tomatic '— air conditioning — new tires plus studde|d snow tires. 663-4437. 71-262-6tc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed ant) Auction Sales All-types of auctions will be fun in this Auction Calendar FREE if .we.have the advertising copy of your ad in our office EVERY THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Co., Carroll, Iowa. SUNDAY, NOVEMIER IS— Furniture and household goods auction at I p.m. Located at 1509 Birch St., Carroll, Iowa. ..Mrs. Frank Snyder, owner, 'Wieland and McCarville auctioneers. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19— John Werner, Sr. Estate, 2 Carroll County Farms, 1:30 p.m. 1 60 acres and 120 acres . . to be sold in separate parcels. Located 2 miles south, one mile west and 1 /2 mile south of Ded- hdm, la. Wieland & McCarvill*, .auctioneers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20— 1 p.m. Dick Northup complete closing out Farm Sal«. From north edge of Audubon, 3 miles north, 1. .mile east, 1 mile north and 2 miles east. Dav« Kerkhoff and Don Randolph, Aucts. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 1 :30 p.m. House and large lot -. -at .424 .South Walnut St., owned by Carroll County. Also household goods of Broich Estate. Wieland & McCarville, Aucts. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30— Complete closing out farm sale. Mike Schaffer, 6 miles south of Carroll on Hwy. 71 and 9 A mile east 1 p.m. Wieland and McCarville, auctioneers. CLASSIC LEAGUE TKAM STANDINGS Swedes jGlldden) Crous* Cartage Co. Carroll Bowl Inc. H&H Frozen Foods Kelly'* Coin Machine Co. western Buyers Belters Mobil ott Central Refrigeration Rupipers Wool Buyers Denrduff Clothier Breda Schlltzern Budwelner High tnd. Slngli Game— Don Neppi Gary Sispker Bob Oarlock High Ind. Tr)re« <i«me»— Bus Behn Bob Sapp Rollie Wilt High Ttam Single O«m«— Carroll Bowl Inc. H&H Frozen Food* Swedes (GUdden) Hlflh Team Three 0«me»Crouse Cartage Co. Swedes (Glidden) H&tt Frozen Foods JOINTS 26 Ik 24 23'i 22 21 19 IB 17'i 15' 2 14 12 3 .... 2S4 24.1 2:12 63ft B22 608 9B7 075 B74 2837 27U1 2710 NITE KAPPKR3 LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Halbur Merchants 23 Relnhart Motors Inp. 21 Petes Place 20 Map 1 * Tavern 18 Grouse Allied 17 HR Cleaner* 15 Hamms Beef . 14 Case Power fc Equipment 12 H.O. Brown Associates II Kanne Gulf • High Ind. Slnoie Game— Jerry Mescher Paul Schulte Vern Tiefenthaler High Ind. Three Games— Dunne Sheer Ronald Breidert .Terry Mescher High Te«m Single Game— Hamms Beer Grouse Allied H.G. Brown Associates High Ttam Three Gamei— Grouse Allied Pete's Place H.G. Brown Associates 225 218 212 993 583 557 976 945 933 271« 2(597 2079 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Bernholtz Bros. 188',i- Breda Auto 148 Commercial Savings 14B',i Earl's Drive-Inn 138'.', Ed Marz Ins. 12B',S Hamms 121'/a Dearduff 112 Skinners 104 Paulines 100 Unpredictables Inc 94 Sherwin-Williams 93 Matt Furniture Inc. 71 High Ind. Single Game— Bob Haukap Taxes (Continued From Page 1) bulk of information the group has gathered and come up with specific- recommendations. Because taxes finance government, a study of the tax structure also means an examination _qf many of the services financed by those taxes. And also means altering services by changing the way money for themis collected and distributed. A prime example of such a change is a new system for financing state aid to public elementary and secondary schools, proposed Thursday and elaborated Friday by State Rep. Edgar H. Holden, R-Davenport, with support from State Sen. Roger J. Shaff, R-Camanche. The system is designed to equalize the. burden of achool costs between property and income taxes, to equalize basic support for public education across the state and to simplify the current complex system for distributing state school aid — all of which have been advocated or demanded by various groups, and all of which many legislators have said they would like to do. Holden's proposal would split t)he cost of education in each school district according to the distribution of property valuation versus total income per pupil in each particular district, equalizing the burden of support between the two sources. It also would incorporate the "foundation" concept, under .which the state supplements local taxes for schools by the amount needed to bring each district's level of support up to a predetermined ''foundation" level — usually keyed to a state average of per-pupil school costs. And that'* enly ene art* the committee must examine and •make recommendations on in time for the 1971 legislature to act. .Other major ones include tax exemptions, state social services, aid .to cities and towns and even the concepts of what constitutes income and wealth— to name just a few. /Most ; committee members have indicated they feel there is much room for improvement. Their job now is to devise specific plans for achieving those improvements In time for the legislature to consider them. Bill Ebersole Robert Christensen High Ind. Thr«« Gam«— Bob Haukap 638 Rollie Wilt 608 Jim Carroll 584 High Team Sfngls Game- Ed Marz Ins. 1009 Ed Marz Ins ,. 981 Earl's Drive-Inn 952 High Team Three Garnet- Ed Marz Ins 2934 Skinners 27S8 Bernholtz Bros 2737 233 226 225 BLOCKBUSTER LEAGUE TBAM STANDINGS POINTS Juergens Produce 28 Paul & Wayne's 26 Moorman of Templeton 24 Swan Lake Con. 24 Templeton Boosters 22 Moorman* of Maple River ... 20 1 ,-. Mayers Tavern 20 ScKlitz Beer 19 Knights ot Columbus 19 Hamms Beer : 18',4 Kraus k Lenz 14 Denny's Lounge 7 High Ind. Single Game— Mel Petersen 243 John Lohman 225 G. Quandt 222 B. Klien 222 High Ind. Three Games- Gary Quandt 802 Joe Handles 878 Rich Boes 562 High Team Single Game— Swan Lake 1134 Kraus & Lenz ,. 1077 Kraus tc Lenz j High Team Three Games— Kraus tc Lenz 3093 Swan Lake Con 2905 Mayers Tavern 2884 EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Carroll Lumber •.:...: 26 Darlene's Lounge 22 Tony's Lounge 22 Elk's 2U4 Crouse Cartage 21 BtH Suoer Valu 20 Schlitzer's 19 Corner Inn 18 Bauer Livestock • Middle East (Continued From Page 1) ation. The first duty of «he government is to achieve a state in which battle becomes the very essence of our existence to which all our lives and production must be devoted." In Amman, <a guerrilla spokesman reported that the last regular Palestinian commando forces had left the Jordanian capital in accordance with an agreement that ended the 11-day civil war in September. Crowds in Cairo screamed and wept at ceremonies marking the end of 40 days of mourn- big for President Gamal Abdel Nasser. Gen. Mahmoud Fawzi, the Egyptian army chief, and other senior officers placed wreaths on Nasser's tomb beside a suburban mosque named for him. In Tel Aviv, police reported they have questioned approximately 1,000 Arabs about two dynamite bomb explosions Friday in Tel Aviv's central bus station which killed one Israeli and wounded 34, five seriously. A Palestinian guerrilla broadcast from Baghdad, Iraq, claimed that Arab commandos set off the blasts "as part of a guerrilla drive to sabotage the newly extended cease-fire." STUDENT TEACHING Lori Irlbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adalbert Irlbeck of Carroll, is currently student teaching Grade 3 at Arthur School in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Joyce Roberts, daughter of Ronald Ream of Carroll, is cur rently student teaching Grade 1 at Eisenhower School in Cedar Rapids. Both women are seniors at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapid*. T.E.O, MiiTS The T.E.G. Club was enter tained at the home of Mrs. Earl V. Connors Thursday night. At bridge, Mrs. Lambert Thelen won first prize; Mrs. James Kerwin, second; and Mrs. Clark Peters, traveling. On Nov. 19 the club will meet with Mrs. Fred Deierling. DPdrrluff* Whalrys Chevrolet Pfter* Moinm Hlflh Ind. Single G»me— loan HupRerich Kayo RicMIr Dofinn Wflbnurn Hiflh Ind. Thr«t Q«me»— Elvn Bernholtz Oonnfl Wflhcuirn Toan Hurgerioh High Team Singi* Game— Schlitzer'i Carroll Lumber Elk'* High Team Three G»me»—• Schiit/er'» Cftrroll Lumber 13 It) 6 5J2 900 8H!) 88R 2BR5 2489 2438 JACK A JILL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Budweiscr Beer 24 Hamm* Beer 20'i Circle Key Life In« 20 Millers High Life . .. 19 Sporleder Livestock Mkt. .. 19 Snappy Popcorn Co 15 Rcnze'n Seed Corn . 14 Pabst Blue Ribbon 14 Jerry'* Stnndard 131,4 Hy-Line ChickB 12 Vanderheiden Pip. & Htg. 11 Carroll Bowl 10 High Ind. Single GameMen: Roger Behn 225 Art Tlefenthaler 223 Conrad Berns 204 Women: LaVerna Tlefenthaler 198 RoMe Gregory .. 19 Rosle Gregory 192 LnVerne Wlltrork 192 Hiph Ind. Three G*me»— Men; Art Tiefenlhaler . , SRI Ray Tlefenthaler 551 Conrad Berns 550 Women: Isabelle ReWng 499 LaVerne WHtrock . .. 497 Lorna TlefeiHhaldr . . 489 High Team Single Game— Budweiser Beer ... 775 Hamms Beer 7s;j Sporleder Livestock Mkt. . 7X3 High Team Three Games— Buclwelsor Beer 2175 Snappy Popcorn Co. 2099 Hamms Beer . 2093 WOODCHOPPER8 LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Red Carpet 38 Allen Travel Agency 24 Blerl's Parkway Furniture ... 23 Carroll Bowl 20 St. Anthony Hospital 20 Oolden Nugget I9i/ a Foley's Rest Homo 19 Center Pharmacy 19 Dart Service .: 19 Falstaff Beer 16 Modern Beauty Salon ... 12i4 Dar-Robs-FaKhi-Tone 12 High Ind. Single Game— Bets Behn . .. 211 Gin Knobbe 192 Louisa Feltner 191 High Ind. Three Garnet- Gin Knobbe 507 Sherry Snyder 501 Bets Behn 492 High Team Single Game— Dar-Robs-Fashi-Tone 859 Dart Service 843 Allen Travel Agency 827 Hlqh Team Three Game*— Dar-Robs-Fashi-Tone 2393 Red Caruet ; 23R4T Dart Service 2359 Public Notices Iowa laws require that tho residents of this area be notified of certain legal proceedings. Certain Individuals, as well as croups, may have a personal Interest in these notifications. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear In this section. COUNCIL MEETING NOVEMBER 2, 1970 Members of the City Council met in Special Session on this date. A resolution was approved authorizing the installation of Four Additional Street Lights in the Thomas Second Addition, Third Parkview Addition and the Fourth Parkview Addition. An Ordinance for the Prohibition of Parking Vehicles on the West side of Simon Avenue between Sixteenth and Seventeenth Streets was adopted and passed as read and will become effective upon publication. . A recent request to widen South Main Street from Bluff Street to West Anthony Street was tabled. The Articles of Agreement to establish and govern the operation of the Carroll County Solid Waste Management Commission were reviewed and referred to the Cit^Attorney. The next Council meeting will be on Monday, November 9, 1970 at 5:00 P,M. Arthur F. Gut*. CITY CLERK ^ Nov. 7, 1970 DEPARTMENT OF SOIL CONSERVATION STATE OF IOWA NOTICE OF ELECTION OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE CARROLL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT, ENCOMPASSING LANDS LYING IN THE COUNTY OF CARROLL IN THE STATE OF To all qualified electori re«idin* within the Carroll County Soil Conservation District: Notice is hereby given that on the 2lst day of November, 1970, between the hours of 5:30 P.M., and 6:30 P.M.. an election will be held for the election of commiislonert for the Carroll County Soil Conitrva- tlon District. Polling places for the election are as follows: Manning Elementary School Cafeteria. Eligible voters residing within the district shall cast their ballots at one of the polling placet. Eligible voters who will be absent from the district on the day of election, may apply in person, or in writlnf, to the County Auditor at Carroll county Court House, Iowa, for "absentee ballots". Each applicant for an absentee ballot shall state his name and address when application for such ballot is made. DEPARTMENT OF SOIL CONSERVATION BY: Fred Cherry, Chairman State Soil Conservation Committee Department of Soil Conservation Nov. T. 14, 1970 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND KOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR. AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 9899 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Tessie W. Stutzman Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Tessie W. Stutzman Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 6th day of November, 1970. the last will and testament of Tessie W. Stutzman deceased bearing date of the 2nd day of July, 1669, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Everett C. Stutzman was appointed executor of spld estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year 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 cleric of the above named district court, as provided bv 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 bf'-ed. Dated this 6th day of November, 1970. Everett C. Slut/man Executor of said Estate GUdden. Iowa Owen B. Overholt Attorney for said Executor Glidden, Iowa ALfred 3. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Dale of second publication 14th clay of November, 1970. Nov. 7, H, 1970

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