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Carroll County Delinquent Tax List DELINQUENT TAX SALE OF CARROLL COUNTY, IOWA FOR THE YEAR OF 1969 Treasurer's Office of Carroll County, Iowa Notice is hereby given that on the first Monday of December, next, It being the Seventh (7th) day of December, 1970, at the hour of ten (10) o'clock A.M. (10:00 A.M.) all the lands, town lots and real property within the County of Carroll, and the State of Iowa, and contained in the subjoining lots on which taxes of any description for the year 1969 and the" previous years which shall have not been paid at the date of the sale, will be offered for sale at my office at Carroll, Iowa in Carroll County for payment of said delinquent taxes, interests and costs thereon as provided by law. BERNICE WILLIAMS TREASURER OF CARROLL COUNTY Tax LANESBORO INC. Anne Seeden, Lots 11 & 12, Blk. 12, 1969 23.3S Kate M. Remsburg, Lots 11, 12, 13, Blk. 17, 1963-1967 Suspended Interest Cost* Total 1.05 20, 1968 42.22 49.41 6.29 7.36 50.32 1968 1969 Leo Vermeule, Lots 13 & 14, Blk 1969 Frank B. & Lillian T. Garrett, Outlot C (Exc. S 478') Also E'/a of Vacated St. Adj. 1968 1969 64.54 LIDDERDALE INC. Kanne Lumber & Supply, Inc., Lots 4-6, Blk. 4. 1969 35.64 Weed cutting 1970 9.00 Nick T. Beiter, Lot 13, Blk. 23. 1969 15.10 Nick Belter. E 130* Lots 14-15, Blk. 23, 1969 41.08 Nick F. Beiter, W 120' of Outlot C of SW SW Lot 35. Blk. 85, Rng. 34, 1969 24.26 5.70 2.22 .85 .33 6.54 2.90 .70 .68 1.85 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 25.01 48.52 52.2,'i 7.74 8.29 57.46 68.04 16.94 9.60 16.38 43.53 COON RAPIDS COMM. — John H. McLaughlin, NW NW. NE NW. SE NW, SW NW. Sec. 25, Twp. 83, Rng. 33, 1969 2nd »i Tax Interest Costs Total RICHLAND 625.67 COMM. 1.09 16.45 18.73 28.05 56.78 20.36 .74 .84 83 3.26 76.67 72.80 .07 1.73 1.64 KNI EST TWP. — CARROLL Ben Janning, SE NW, SW NW, Sec. 10, Twp. 85, Rng. 35, 1968 420.57 1969 452.49 Joseph J. Berger, M Carmel Village, S 50.75' of Lot 6. Blk. 10. 1969 Nicholas F. Beiter, M Carmel Village, Lot 6, Blk. 11. 1969 BREDA INC. Clara Peters Etal, Lots 6 & 6',i, Irr Sur NE NE. Lot 13, Blk. 85, Rng. 36, 1969 2nd Vi WHEATLAND TWP. — CARROLL COMM. Jacob R. & Mabel Janssen. W 10 Ac. NW SW 10 Ac. SW SW See. 2, Twp. 85. Rng. 36, 1969 58.79 2.65 WHEATLAND TWP. — AR-WE-VA COMM Nick Beiter, SE NE, SW NE, NW SE, NE SE, SE SE, & SW SE, Sec. 34, Twp. 85, Rng. 36, 1969 1159.97 52.20 ARCADIA TWP. — AR.WE-VA COMM. Frank W. Beiter, Lot 3 SW NW, Sec. 19, Twp. 84, Rng. 36, 1969 406.29 ARCADIA INC. John Henry Kohorst, Lot 25, Blk. A, 1969 2nd V 2 John Henry Kohorst, Subdiv. of Depot Grounds, Lot 1, 2, 3 & 4, Blk. A 1969 2nd Yz William Andersen Cont. to M & O Inc., An Iowa Corp., Lot 10, Blk. D, 1969 2nd \' x MAPLE RIVER TWP. — CARROLL COM M Frank Beiter, NW SW Exc. W 425' of S 400', Sec. 13. Twp 84. Rng. 35, 1969 Nick Beiter, .69 Ac. in NE Corner NE NW, Sec. 13. Twp. 84, Rng. 35, 1969 Nick Beiter, Pt. of Lot 1 in SW Corner of NW NW, Sec. 25, Twp. 84, Rng. 35, 1969 CARROLL INC. •Jon C. Brown v 2 & Victoria Brown Yi< Lot C Subdiv. of Lot 1 Exc. Lot 1 Subdiv. of Lot C, Lot 23, Blk. 84, Rng. 35, 1969 CARROLL INC Mary L. Arts Cont. To Kanne Lumber & Supply Inc., W. 19'5" of Lot 2; E. 4' Lot 3, Blk. 21 of S. 49' of W. 26' of Lot 3, Blk. 21, 1969 Katherine Rohner Cont. To John C. Pro- Vopulos, Lot 4. Blk. 21, 1969 2nd Yz Kanne Lumber & Supply Inc., Second Addition Lot "A" of Blk. 29-30, 1969 Nicholas Beiter Tavern: Station & Bulk Second Addition, Lot 6, Blk. 32, 1969 George W. & Verna Mae B. Thomas Cont. To Carroll H. & Rita M. Birch, Second Addition W. 78' of Lot 6, Blk. 35, 1969 Frank W. Beiter. Second Addition W 96' of Lot 1, Blk. 37, 1969 Frank W. Beiter. Second Addition, Lot 10, Exc. S. 11' of W. 68' Lot 10, Blk. 37. 1969 Marion Tyndall Life Estate, Third Addition S. 33' of Lot 3, Blk. 46, 1969 2nd li John Sieman Life Estate. Third Addition, Lot 4. Blk. 46, 1969 2nd Y 2 August F. & Florence M. Witte, Third Addition, Lot 8, Blk. 49, 1969 Clara May Booth Cont. To Gary A. & Helen T. Brotherson, Eighth Addition, Lot 2, Blk. 62, 1969 2nd Yi ... Jon C. Brown, Bang's & Sherman's Addn., Lot 3. Blk. 82, 1969 Laverne & Madonna Kohnke, Daugherty's First Addition, Lot 4, Blk. 1, 1969 Harry W. & Lois V. Harmeyer Cont. To. Geraldine Dorothy Fitzsenry, Florencourt's First Addition W. 90' of Lot 9, Blk. 2, 1969 Kanne Lumber & Supply Inc., Subdiv. of Outlot "A" Kanne Add., Lot 6, Blk. 1, 1969 Kanne Lumber & Supply Inc., Subdiv. of Outlot "A" Kanne Add., Lot 9, Blk. 2, 1969 Kanne Lumber & Supply Inc., Pt. of Out­ lot "A" Except Kanne Add. & Easements, 1969 Weed Assessment Thomas M. & Pearl Bedford Cont. To Theodore N. & Clara G. Krogh, Michael Miller's 1st Add. N. 22" o{ Lot 8; S. 22' of Lot 9, Blk. 2, 1969 2nd Ya Merle & Thelma Wiederin, Miller & Power First Addition Lot 2, Blk. 1, 1969 Elizabeth Warnke Boell, Cont. To Virgil L. & Lorraine I. Boell, Miller & Power's First Addition, Lot 3, Blk. 1, 1968 .... 1969 110.72 Frank W. & Mary Farrell Beiter, Rolling Hills Add. E. 25' of Lot 11 & All of Lot 12, Blk. 3, 1969 Venita M. Beiter, Rolling Hills Add., Lot . 7, Blk. 5, 1969 Ruben & Patricia Sturm, Subdiv. of Pt. Outlot A Schroeder's Sec. Add. S. 130' of Outlot A Lying N of Subdiv. of Pt. of Outlot A, 1968 41.71 1969 Marilyn M. Rosmann. Schroeder's Second Addition N. 198' of Outlot "A", 1969 Nicholas Beiter, Seventh St. Addition That part of Lot 3 lying N. of U.S. No. 30, Seventh St. Addition That part of Lot 4 lying N. of U.S. No. 30. Seventh St. Addition That part of Lot 5 lying N. of U.S. No. 30, Blk. A, 1969 1421.91 Nick Beiter, Seventh St. Add. S. 86' of Lot 6, Blk. A, 1969 Frank W. Beiter, Seventh St. Add. S. 56' of Lot 10, Blk. D. 1969 John F. & Artha Ann Wagner Cont. to Thomas L. & Pamela S. Kuker, Seventh St. Add., Lot 2, Blk. F, 1969 Venita M. Beiter. Replat of Sixth St. Add., Lot E, 1969 1969 Kanne Lumber & Supply Inc., West Lawn Addition, Lots 9, 10 & 11, Blk. 6, 1969 Edith M. Graham, Whitney's First Add. Lot 1 Exc. W 50' of Lot 1. Blk 4 & Exc. the E. 65', Whitney's First Add. Lot 2 Exc. W 50* & Exc. W. 66' of E. 131' of S. 20' & Exc the E. 65' Block 4, Whitney's First Add. Lot 3 Exc. W. 50' & Exc. E. 131' of Lot 3, Blk. 4, 1969 Jon C. Brown, Irr. Sur. SE1/4NE1/4 Section 23-84-35, Lot 1, Subdiv. of Lot C of Subdiv. of Lot 1, 1969 Ann C. Rath, Irr. Sur. NE%SE'/ 4 Section 23-84-35. Lot 41, exc. N. 56.8*. Irr. Sur. NE'.iSE'.i Section 23-84-35, Lot 43, Irr. Sur. NE>/ 4 SE>i Section 23-8435, Lot 44, 1969 2nd >/ 2 Gladys Hansen, Irr. Sur. SE1/4NE1/4 Section 24-84-35, Lot 8 exc. S. 58', 1969 Effie Hedges, Lisa Ann Wright & David Wnght L. E. to Delynn Wright, Irr. Sur. SE'^NEli Section 24-84-35, Lot 13, 1968 1969 Ann Rath, Irr. Sur. NE'iNE'i Section 2584-35, Lot 2, 1969 2nd \' 2 Nick Beiter, Irr. Sur. NW NW Pt. of Lot 1, Sec. 25-84-35, 1969 Tom Comstock, Bldg. on L.L. C & GW R.R. Land Bulk Plant, 1969 John W. Drees, Irr. Sur. Sec. 24-84-35, 9' of Vac. Alley lying Dir. E. of S. 60' of Lot A, 1969 Vernice G ; Halbur, Irr. Sur-. SE NE Sec. 24, N. 24.37' of Lot 15 lying E. of D.D. N. 77, Lot 24, Blk. 84. Rng. 35, 1969 GLI DD EN-RALSTON COMM. — GLIDDEN Nick Beiter—Oil Station, Bldg. on L.L. Located in the SE SE, Sec. 19. Twp. 84, Rng. 33, 1969 GLIDDEN INC Glidden Development Inc., Lot 17, Blk. 7, 1968 1969 Lillian Ford, Lot 20, Blk. 7, 1968 1969 ... .... LaMont H. & Shirley Hilsabeck, Third Addition, Lot 3, Blk. 28, 1969 Raymond W. Bushman, Third Addition, Lot 9, Blk. 29. 1969 . Merle S & Jo Ann McCrea, Eaton's Addition, Lots 13 & 14, Blk. 36, 1969 Hoy W. & Edna Lovell, Irr. Surv. SW NW Sec. 29-84-33, Lot 3, Irr. Surv. SW NW Sec. 29-84-33, Lot 4. 1969 . Loyal & Nellie G. Brock, Irr. Sur. NW NE Sec. 30-84-33 comm. NE Cor. NW NE. Sec. 30 thence W. 297.3'; S. 858' to pt. beg. W. 330' S. 132' E. 330" N. 132* to pt. of beginning, 1969 RALSTON INC, Joseph W. & Eva L. Greer, Lots 11, 12, & 13, Blk. 2, 1969 Jay W. Greer, Lot 11, Blk. 3, 1969 Joseph W. & Eva L. Greer, Lot 12, Blk 3, 1989 GLIDDEN.RALSTON COMM. John H. & Mary Ann E. McLaughlin, NW NE, NE NE, NE NW, Sec. 27, Twp. .60 25.95 .60 .60 .60 .60 477.95 473.45 17.79 20.17 .60 29.28 .60 82.04 .60 1212.77 18.28 .60 425.17 .60 3.93 40.74 103.08 41.53 49.96 209.10 222.98 62.61 67.87 20.00 .60 79.00 .60 75.04 139.57 6.28 .60 146.45 13.18 .59 .60 14.37 4.33 .19 .60 5.12 LANDS 42.36 1.91 .60 44.87 811.88 36.53 .60 849.01 214.76 4.83 .60 220.19 307.00 13.82 .60 321.42 514.94 23.17 .60 538.71 80.61 3.63 .60 84.84 26.34 1.19 .60 28.13 906.68 40.80 .60 948.08 60.02 1.35 .60 61.97 52.77 1.19 .60 54.56 701.38 31.56 .60 733.54 74.80 1.68 .60 77.08 337.45 15.19 .60 353.24 56.77 2.55 .60 59.92 169.36 7.62 .60 177.58 9.83 .44 .60 10.87 13.87 .62 .60 15.09 24.00 .60 24.60 33.72 .76 .60 35.08 221.75 9 .98 .60 232.33 99.53 110.72 13.44 4.98 .60 .60 113.57 116.30 1202.03 54.09 .60 1256.72 315.74 14.21 .60 330.55 41.71 44.68 5.63 2.01 .60 .60 47.94 47.29 68.02 3.08 .60 71.68 4.53 1.61 2.56 W1LLEY INC John & Anna B. Havermann Cont. to Joseph L. & Mary L. Hartl, S. 16' of Lot 6 & 7. Blk. 1, 1969 27.13 Victor H. & Darlene T. Tigges, W. 30' of E. 60' of Lot 6 & W. 30* ot E. 146' of N. 10' of Lot 7, Irr. Surv. NE NE, Lot 29, Blk. 83, Rng. 34, 1968 35.72 1969 43.98 Dominica Tigges Cont. to Roger & Rose Becker, ee'xies' of NWNW Sec. 2883-34. 1969 25.77 John & Anna B. Havermann Cont. to Joseph L. & Mary L. Hartl, Lot 2 Irr. Sur. NE NE. Sec. 29-83-34, 1969 . 1.81 MANNING COMM. — WASHINGTON Robert Hinners. Bldg. on L.L. NW NW, Sec. 32, Twp. 83, Rng. 36, 1969 7.29 MANNING INC. Glenn & Ethel Huffman Cont. to Delmar Phillip & Betty Ann Clipperton, First Addition, Lot 2, Blk. 15, 1969 2nd Ya 81.10 Herman J. Gerdes, Gardner's Addition S. 70.5' of Lot 3. Blk. 4, 1969 177.96 Leona Hansen. Subdiv. of Hansen's Addition, Lot 2, Blk. 42, 1969 240.82 TEMPLETON INC. Dorothy M. Crowdes, Lot 9, Blk. 2, 1969 67.34 John L & Barbara J. Irlbeck, Lots 1 & 2. Blk, 9, N. 25' of Lot 3, Blk. 9, 1969 2nd 1/2 James J. & Charlotte Hoffman. N. 25' of Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 16, 1969 Sylvester J. & Katherine Frances Thelen, Summit Addition, Lots 3-6, Blk. 2, 1969 Henry Uhlcnkamp Etal, Summit Addition, Lots 7, 8. 9, 10. 11 & 12. Blk. 4, 1969 Hoffman Meat Products Inc., Irr. Sur. Pt. of NE NE, Lot 17, Blk. 82, Rng. 35, 1968 1969 DEDHAM INC Louis P. Balukoff, Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 8, 1968 1969 Ruth Ohnstein, Lots 5 & 6, Blk. 13, 1970 Weed Cutting UNION TWP. — COON RAPIDS COMM Mildred Esdohr Cont. To Edythe G. Halterman Cont. to Coon Rapids Comm. School, S. 9.81 Ac. of NE SE lying W. of Middle Coon River, Sec. 27, Twp. 82, Rng. 33, 1968 33.55 1969 35.72 COON RAPIDS INC. Dorothy Lavon Knight Etal L.E. to Nick & Laura Ann Knight, Brutsche & Garst's Add. N. 25* of Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 9, 1969 56.95 Leona Sheer Cont. to Glen & Janet P. Knight, Gallaher's Add., Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 9, 1969 43.61 .98 Romain W. & Rose M. Thielen Cont. to John Andrew & Kathleen Ann Kretzinger, Milwaukee Land Co., Lot 3 & E. 12' of Lot 4 and W. 40' of E. 140' of vacated alley adjoining Blk. 3, 1968 1969 Russell L. & Madeline Newcomm, Milwaukee land Co., S. 48' of Lots 16, 17 & 18. Blk. 20. 1969 Estel V. Betts. Jones & Garst 1st Suburban Add., Lot 27, 1969 Thomas O. Elliott, Jones & Garst 1st Suburban Add., Lot 29, 1967 2nd Y2 ... 1969 COON RAPIDS INC. — AG LANDS Mildred F. Esdohr Cont. to Edythe G. Halterman Cont. to Coon Rapids Comm. School, Lot 2 SE SE, Lot 27, Blk, 82. Rng. 33, 1968 45.48 6.14 1969 49.98 2.25 CARROLL INC. — CITY SPECIALS 1964 PAVING Jon Brown, All Bangs & Sherman's First Addition, Lot 3, Blk. 82, 1970 1962 PAVING Neil E. & Jacquie L. Schleisman, All Lot 1, Subdivision of Blk. 4, Neu Addition, 1968 : 1969 44.72 1970 42.55 James A. and Marcella Kanne and Joseph P. and Susan P. Frank, Northerly 300' adjacent to South line of Perch St., Outlot A, Kanne Addition, 1970 Harry W. and Lois V. Harmeyer Cont. To Geraldine Dorothy Fitzhenry, All Except East 66' of Florencourts Addition, Lot 9, Blk. 2, 1970 1966 PAVING Hazel Yoss, All of Lot 7, Irr. Sur. SE'/ 4 NE'A Section 24-84 North Range 35 West, 1968 70.87 1969 58.55 1970 Gladys Hansen, North 78.1' of Lot 8, Irr. Sur. SEV 4 NE'/ 4 Section 24, Township 84, North, Range 35 West, 1969 71.51 1970 "* S. E. Micham, All of Lot 9.5, Irr. Sur. SEV* NE'i Section 24, Township 84, North, Range 35 West, 1966 1968 1969 10.42 1970 Joseph Miller, All of Lot 14, Irr. Sur. SE',4 NE',i Section 24, Township 84, North Range 35 West, 1970 J. A. Tacke, North 24.37' east of D.D. No. 77 of Lot 15. Irr. Sur. SEUNE'i Section 24, Township 84, North, Range 35 West, 1966 14.08 .60 640.35 1.22 .60 28.95 4.82 1.98 .80 .60 41.14 46.56 1.10 .60 27.47 .08 ON .60 2.49 .33 .60 8.22 1.82 .60 83.52 8.00 .60 186.56 10.84 .60 252.26 3.03 ,60 70.97 .92 .60 42.26 4.64 .60 108.30 1.87 .60 44.00 2.25 .60 52.81 28.23 10.03 .60 .60 237.93 233.61 8.45 3.05 .60 .60 71.66 71.52 .60 20.60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 63.99 .60 1486.50 560.65 25.23 393.95 17.73 .60 586.48 .60 412.28 290.56 13.08 .60 304.24 45.20 2.03 .60 47.83 72.68 3.27 .60 76.55 533.65 24.01 .60 558.26 52.90 2.38 .60 55.88 103.53 4.66 .60 108.79 25.46 .57 .60 26.63 22.97 1.03 .60 24.60 66.53 1.30 .60 68.43 58.44 2.63 .60 61.67 46.92 1.05 .60 48.57 1.17 .05 .60 1.82 87.24 3.93 .60 91.77 6.46 .27 .60 7.33 Laverne T. & Madonna Kohnke, All & East 21' of vacated Maple Street adjacent Daugherty's First Add., Lot 4, Blk. 1, 1970 Mary Wessling, All of Lot 9, Blk. 4, Whitney's Second Add., 1970 1966 GRANT ROAD SANIT7 Gladys Hansen, East 168' of N. 78.1' of Lot 8, irr. Sur. SEV 4 NE!i, Lot 24, Blk. 84, Rng. 35, 1968 1969 1970 S. E. Micham, South 1.5' of the E. 168* of Lot 6.5. Irr. Sur. SE'.i NE'/ 4 , Lot 24, Blk. 84, Rng. 35, 1967 S. E. Micham, East 168' of Lot 9.5, Irr Sur. SE'A NEV4, Lot 24, Blk. 84, Rng. 35, 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 Hazel Yoss, East 168' of Lot 7. Irr. Sur. SEYi NEii, Lot 24, Blk. 84, Rng. 35, 1968 1969 1970 . COON RAPIDS INC. — CITY 1966 PAVING George Ray Murray, E. 20' Lot 9, Blk. 11, Milwaukee Land Co. Add.. 1967 . 1968 1969 1970 SCAVENGER SAl BREDA INC. Margaretha Feldman Cont. to Kenneth & Marikay Kirsch Assigned Cont. to Dennis J. & Judy Kennebeck, Determan's First Add., W. 5' of Lots 7 & 8. Blk 1, 1967 1968 iy69 Frank Determan El Al Determan's First Add., W. 38.75' of Lots 5 & 6, Blk. 2. 1967 1968 1969 RALSTON INC. & Bertha E. Silbaugh, Nicholson 1st Add., Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 1, Suspended taxes 1967 1968 1969 CARROLL INC. Raymond Duve Cont. to Bernice M. Kuhlman, Second Addition, Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 34, 1967 1968 1969 Yoss, Irr. Sur. SE 1 / 4 NE ','4. Section 24-84-35, Lot 7, 1967' 1968 19 KM 38.68 37.93 .60 60.11 45.19 167.23 22.58 .60 190.41 121.29 5.46 .60 127.35 418.28 18.82 .60 437.70 118.03 5.31 .60 123.94 18.07 3.66 .60 22.33 38.41 1.73 .60 40.74 52.22 52.83 I. N. 29.14 1.31 .60 31.05 46.88 10.55 .60 58.03 44.72 6.04 .60 51.36 42.55 1.91 .60 45.06 481.50 21.67 .60 503.77 34.54 1.55 .80 36.69 70.87 15.95 .60 87.42 58.55 7.90 .60 67.05 56.18 2.53 .60 59.31 71.51 10.46 .60 88.57 74.36 3.35 .60 78.31 7.68 2.42 .60 10.70 12.61 2.84 .60 16.05 10.42 1.41 .60 12.43 10.00 .45 .60 11.05 64.75 2.91 .60 66.26 15.59 4.91 .60 21.10 25.93 5.83 .60 32.36 21.42 2.89 .60 24.91 20.55 .92 .60 22.07 20.89 .94 .60 22.43 64.12 2.89 .60 67.61 kRY SEWER 44.51 10.01 .60 55.12 42.70 5.76 .60 49.60 40.90 1.84 .60 43.34 4.57 1.44 .60 6.61 3.25 1.02 .60 4.87 4.19 1.32 .60 6.11 4.61 1.04 .80 6.25 4.42 .60 .60 5.62 4.23 .19 .60 5.02 36.12 8.13 .60 44.85 34.65 4.68 .60 39.93 33.19 1.49 .60 35.28 SPECIALS 22.54 7.10 .60 30.24 26.71 6.00 .60 33.31 25.69 3.47 .60 29.76 24.61 1.11 .60 26.32 E 59.89 13.48 .60 73.97 56.40 7.33 .60 64.33 60.46 2.72 .60 63.78 42.52 9.57 .60 52.69 40.00 5.20 .60 45.80 42.88 1.93 .60 45.41 Hazel 32.63 53.37 61.82 640.82 834.41 831.49 28.86 22.12 32.72 7.34 6.94 2.76 144.18 112.65 37.42 6.49 2.99 1.47 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .80 229.31 40.57 60.91 65.20 785.60 947.66 869.51 35.95 25.71 34.79 Pat O'Brien Retire? Not on Your Irish By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) - He's the stereotyped picture of the comfortably retired man — he smokes a pipe, his feet are in slippers, two dogs sit on his lap and his hair is snow white. But Pat O'Brien is far from retired. At 71, he talks about his latest projects and eagerly looks forward to the next things he'll do. It's good to see. Pat has been in show business 50 years and, come January, he and his wife, Eloise, will celebrate their 40th wedding aniversary. They have been touring in plays around the country lately. "I'd like to do films," Pat says, "but I don't want to take my clothes off and say a lot of four-letter words. So Eloise and I do stage." Pat has also recently discovered another lucrative enterprise. He narrated a two-record album called "The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame," which is a whiz-bang recorded history of the university with particular emphasis on its football glories. While he enjoyed doing that — it only took him six hours and is making him a lot of money — his heart is still in performing. He has a Disney picture coming up and an episode of The Men From Shiloih on NBC. And there may be a series, too. He'll never retire. "Jimmy Cagney retired," ^ says, "but he is a fine pa so he has that, but I don't, I some writing (his '64 autobiography, "The Wind At My Back," was a big hit) but I still prefer acting. "I've been doing it 50 years. Why stop now?" This is how romance works in high places — or how it doesn't work, depending on the girl. Carol Lynley, she of the exquisite face, was shooting an episode of The Bold Ones at Universal. One day she was called to the phone and a studio official spoke to her. He relayed a request which had come to the studio from a high official of the Nixon administration in Washington. j This official wanted to take her out. I Carol said no. "He wasn't even the right politics for me," she said. "Besides, we hadn't been introduced." Some thoughts on Dennis Hop* per, from various sources: Dennis is now living and working in New Mexico and has become friendly with that state's bouncy governor, David Cargo. One day, Hopper invited Cargo to go wibh him to a party and the governor accepted, but wondered how they would go. "Do you want to go in my car," Cargo asked Hopper, "or should we take your cloud?" Hopper, whose place is in Taos, is putting the finishing touches to a film called "The Last M o v i e." Dean Stockwell has seen a few hours of it and says it is fantastic, but oldtime director Henry Hathaway's verdict is a bit different. "I saw two hours of it," Hathaway says. "It's very interesting but very dirty." Social Security Questions and Answers on Social Security Problems By Dick Wiesknmp (The Daily Times Herald Jms made arrangements with the Dcs Moines office of the Social Security Administration to answer questions for our readers about social security and medi­ care. Send your questions to Dick Wieskamp, Finld Representative, Room 293, Federal Building:, 310 Walnut Street, Des Moines. Iowa 50308.) QUESTION: As a college student, I work parttime each semester and full time during college vacations, such as the Christmas holidays. The social security contributions coming out of my pay could help me meet expenses. Why deduct from my earnings now, considering the number of full time years in the future I'll have to pay? Will I really get my money's worth over the long run? ANSWER: You and other young workers — parttime or Ml time — are earning valuable social security retirement, survivors, and disability insurance protection worth more than the social security contributions you pay. For example, if you are under 24 and have 1^2 years or more of recent work in your social security record, you and your family may count on monthly benefits if you become disabled. And your family would get monthly benefits if you died. Earnings 10 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 23, 1970 of as little as $50 in any 3-month calendar quarter will assure you of credit toward this valuable insurance protection. QUESTION: I've been receiving disability benefits for the last 2 years as a result of my Vietnam combat injuries. It is true o 'ocial security will help me learn a trade that I can handle? ANSWER: Indirectly. Like you, most disabled workers (military or civilian) hope to return to work. For this and other reasons, disabled persons are referred to their State's vocational rehabilitation agency for possible rehabilitation services at the time they apply for benefits. That agency provides counseling, teaching of new employment skills, job placement, and other services. Your social security office can give you additional details or refer you to the proper State agency. QUESTION: I'm planning to employ a housekeeper in a few months and I understand I will be responsible for sending in her social security contributions. When do I do this? ANSWER: You should report every 3 months — in January, April, July, and October. The cash wages you pay your housekeeper, or any household worker, count for social security if they amount to $50 or more in any calendar quarter. You report the wages and pay contributions during the month after the calendar quarter in which wages are paid. For example, if you pay your housekeeper $50 or more during the last quarter of the year (October, November, December), you should send the social security contribution (both her share and yours) and a report of her wages to Internal Revenue Service no later than January 31. For the first quarter (January, February, March), the report will be due by the last day of April, and so on. At the end of the year, you are also required to give your household employee a statement of the total wages paid during the year and the total amount of social security contributions deducted from these wages. You can get copies of the forms you need from any Internal Revenue Service office. to do more location work. The network isn't too keen ori it but if the show goes, Tony, Jack and Jerry may have the muscle o force the switch. DELINQUENT PERSONAL TAX PUBU RATION UST CARROLL COMM. — KNI EST TWP. ^ *' Tax Penalty Costs Total Stork, Alan J. 4.33 .18 .60 5.11 87.31 3.93 .60 91.84 146.30 159.19 54.60 59.41 19.75 7.16 7.37 2.67 .60 .60 .60 .60 166.65 166.95 62.57 62.68 156.44 2.99 .60 70.03 59.07 2 .66 .60 62.33 154.70 6.96 .60 162.26 100.52 4.52 .60 105.64 130.77 5.88 .60 137.25 3.93 5.74 .18 .26 .60 .60 4.71 6.60 61.59 2.77 — RICHLAND .60 64.96 362 .87 8 .16 .60 371.63 i 10.50 .47' „ „ „ , AR-WE-VA COMM. — ARCADIA TWP. Beiter, Frank W. (Eq. @ East End Cafe) 69.00 3.11 CARROLL INC Saley, Robert R. (M&M Sales Co.) ' 14.53 .65 West, J. C. & Everson, Alan E. (The Inn at Carrol!) 241.47 10.87 MANNING COMM. — WASHINGTON TWP. Hinners, Robert 96.91 4 36 TEMPLETON INC. Hoffman, James J. (Meat Products, Inc.) 122.13 .60 11.57 .60 72.71 .60 15.78 .60 252.94 .60 101.87 5.50 Nov. .60 23, 30, 128.23 1970 Society to Fund Church Re-Wiring (Times Herald News Service) WJSTSIDE - The Helping Hand Society met last Friday evening at the United Presbyterian Ohuroh basement. Present were 10 members and two guests, Viola Suverkrubbe and Rev. Ron Swedberg. The group decided to pay for the rewiring of the church basement. The next meeting will be Dec. 4 with Mrs. Helga Dreessen as hostess at the church basement. Mrs. Edward Venink were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jenkins, Kenneth and Eddie of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Meiman of Marshalltown; and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mander and Sabrena of Coralville. Additional dinner guests Sunday in honor of the Vininks' 23rd wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Robe Holley and David of Carroll. Mrs. Earl Putt and Mrs. Don Nobiling attended the CIP — Civic Improvement Program — "Seminar for Action" Thursday at Storm Lake as representa- If ABC's The Odd Couple is a success — and it looks like it might be — there's a good chance it may move back to New York. Both Tony Randall and Jack K 1 u g m a n, the costars, are desperately in love with the East over the West. And producer Jerry Davis is not averse to the idea, either. He thinks they'd have a chance Mosman in Group Cited Outstanding Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Mosman of Carroll have received word that their son, BM3 Michael F. Mosman, US Coast Guard, j Ft. Hancock, N.J., is a member of group, Sandy Hook, which received the annual award as the outstanding Coast Guard Unit in the New York Field Cooperation Group. The citation, presented by Assistant Secretary Alan Dean, Department of Transportation, reads: "In recognition of performance and teamwork as an exemplary Department of Transportation Unit within the jurisdiction of the New York Field Coordination Group." Some of the special achievements and operating factors which qualified Sandy Hook Group for the award include a workload of over 1,500 search and rescue cases, largest of any Coast Guard Group; 100 hour work weeks; maintaining normal operations while 5 to 25 per cent below compliment; unique and effective use of Coast Guard Auxiliary; and a dramatic rescue of 64 persons at night. Friendly Neighbor Purchases Games (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Clara Musfeldt entertained the Friendly Neighbor Club on Thursday, Nov. 19. Guests were Mrs. Julius Musfeldt, Mrs. Jessie Nelson and Mrs. Laverne Juhl. Fourteen members answered roll call with "Who Was Your Secret Sister?" Phyllis Lamp reported that games had been purchased for Christmas for the special education children. Mrs. Musfeldt presented small gifts to the seven club members who had perfect attendance for the i year. The club voted to sponsor I birthday parties at the Plaza in November and in June. Florence Karsiten showed pictures of vacation trips on the east and west coasts. The club's Christmas party will be held at he home of Marion Ream. Donna Felker was hostess to the Little Flower Club on Wednesday evening, Nov. 18. There was a general discussion and Bible lesson on the Book of Genesis. Isabel Smith will be hostess to the Christmas party on Dec. 3, the only club meeting scheduled for that month. There will be a white elephant gift exchange and members will bring cookies to be sent to Boys Town. The pirate, Captain Kidd, was hanged for murder; the charge of piracy was never proved. Business & Professional Directory Mrs. A. Fleming Has Dinner Party (Timet Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Mrs. Alice Fleming was h o st e s s for a smorgasbord dinner Sunday at Joe's Steak House in Denison. Her guests were those who had helped her move on Nov. 10 from her farm north of Westside into Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Edwards from North Platte, Neb., were breakfast guests Thursday at the Robert Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. John Brewster of Omaha were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Benton. Mrs. Wilmer Ehrichs of Denison, Mrs. Sid Peterson and Ranae, and Mrs. Louis Messenbrink, Tami and Rodney spent Monday in Omaha. W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Courthouse) Office 792-9782 Home 792-2767 Iowa Land Service Company Farm Records Farm Appraisals Farm Management V. Stuart Terry — Dial 793-9883 Dr. O. M. O'Connor OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glassed Fitted Contact Lens Specialist 102 W. 5th Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-3318 Closed Thursday Afternoons DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Aaams St. (Between Hannasch Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa Weekend guests of Mr. and I tives of the Forfcnitely Club. CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818-822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELD, D.D.S. — Phone 792-2630 L. B. WESTENDORF OO.S. F. BARELS, D.D.S. Phone 792-2528 Phone 792-2630 DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 792-9277 SI6V2 N. Adams St. ACE BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Farmers - Businesses - Professional Federal * State Tax KetMirda Double Entry Bookkeeping Financial Statement* Accounts Receivable & Payable Alice Staierr 792-4644 407 S. Maple R. j. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adams—Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12—1 to 5 General Practice—Obstetrics Fractures—X-Rays Office Dial 792-4120 Home Dial 792-3408 Pat O'Brien R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 792-3543 — Home 792-3630

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