Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 1, 1967 · Page 11
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 1, 1967
Page 11
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Manning School News Vol. • PublUhtd by the Students of th« Manning Community High School No. 12 There will be no school In the Manning Community School on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 9 and 10. Parent-teacher conferences will be held throughout the system on those two days. Guthria Center will play at Manning at 7:30 on Friday, Nov. 3, when the local team will observe Parents' Night. The final game of the season will be an 8:00 game at Ar-We- Va on Friday evening, Nov. 10. Five Manning students were selected to take part in the all- state band which will give a concert in Des Moines on Saturday evening, Nov. 25. The students tried out for the band at Lewis-Central High School in Council Bluffs on Oct. 28. Patricia Pfoltner, Keith Joens, Connie Kusel, Irene Stangl and David J. Schroeder were chosen to be members of the all-state group. The annual football banquet for high school players, their parents, cheerleaders and parents and coaches will be served at the elementary cafetorium on Monday evening, Nov. 13, at Times Herald, CarrolT, la. Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1967 6:30. Mrs. Leo Blum and Mrs. Ray Pratt, mothers of the teams' co-captains are chairmen for the event, and will be assisted by members of the hot lunch staff, and mothers of other players. Superintendent Robert Melick will attend a meeting of Area 5 Superintendents at Fort Dodge on Thursday, Nov. 2. Meetings of the group are held monthly. On Friday, Nov. 3, Mr. Melick will attend a meeting in Atlantic on the revision of school property accounting. The Manning concert band will take part in the Carroll County Band Festival at Carroll High School on Saturday, Nov. 4. A concert will be given in the evening. This year's program will feature a stage band. Manning band students in this will be Keith Joens, Vernon Hansen, John Detlefsen and Anne Mueller. Know Your Candidates Municipal Election, Nov. 7, 1967 (The following material was compiled from answers to a questionnaire submitted to candidates by the League of Women Voters of Carroll, Iowa. The candidates' own words, phrasing and spelling are used. The candidates were, asked: A. Present Occupation. B. By holding this office — how can you help Carroll?) MAYOR- Wm. S. Farner 406 West 18th Street Age:56 A. Wholesale Distributor B. I believe in progress, and will do everything I can to help keep C a r r o 11 a progressive, growing little city. I have always and will continue to see that Carroll citizens get a dollar's worth in return for every dollar spent. I would hope that Carroll voters soon would approve a new library, and likewise a city hall and fire station. COUNCILMAN - AT - LARGE- Kenneth D. Ebner 118 South Gate Read Age: 34 A. Unit Supervisor, Bankers Life Company B. It is the duty and responsibility of businessmen to take an active interest in the community and it's problems. As a member of the Carroll business community for approximately eight years and active in.civic & other organizations I feel that I am not only interested but willing to work & see that our city continues to grow. Mr. Meinhart, Mr. Brenny & Mr. Fury have given unselfishly of their time for the betterment of Carroll. Carroll has been good to my family & myself & in return I am offering my time to make Carroll a better place to live & earn a living. There is a place on our City Council for young men who would like to see our community progress. To the best of my ability I will accept the challenge of passing judgement on the problems and issues confronting the community as they arise. H. K. Richardson 1745 Pike Avenue Age: 45 A. optometrist B. To help Carroll means to me tp stimulate her growth and prosperity. For a city to grow and prosper she must stay abrest with the p r e s e n t and plan for the future in all municipal enterprises without ere ating an undue burden on the taxpayer. Lewis S. Voyles 630 West 16th Street Age: 44 A. Electric Serviceman for Iowa Public Service Company B. 1. By working solely for the betterment of Carroll. 2. By knowing the individ uals I hope to represent, since ' I have been in Carroll 28 year and know most of its citizens personally. 3. By taking time to deter mine the needs and wishes o all citizens of Carroll. 4. By making a soun practical approach to city gov ernment. 5. Try to bring more con trolled recreational activity fo the youth of Carroll. COUNCILMAN^ FIRST WARD 'homas A. Evans 614 Marcella Hts. Dr. Age: 27 A. Anesthetist, St. Anhony Hospital B. If privileged to serve on he Carroll City Council repre- enting the first ward I feel I an help Carroll as follows. First, I am very happy living n this city and interested in its resent and future. If the oppo- ite were the case you would ot find me running for this re- ponsible office. Second, I suppose my candi- lacy is somewhat unique in the act that I have lived in Carroll short time. However, my in- ention, if elected, is to provide incere service to my commu- lity. This type service can be .ccomplished by a new member in a community as well as ne who has lived in the community a long time. Intention of providing sincere iervice are the key words of my thoughts. The city of Carroll is second 0 none and all of us can be proud of its past and present achievements. If elected, my efforts will be directed toward continuing our progress in such 1 way as to keep this fine ree- >rd. COUNCILMAN- SECOND WARD L. B. Westendorf 20 W. 17th Age: 51 A. Dentist B. Having been a resident of Carroll and the surrounding community all my life, I feel 1 enow the needs of our city — to lelp Carroll become an even >etter city than what it has >een in the past. I am a firm >eliever in Urban Renewal, and I sincerely believe as member of the City Council we should do everything possible to attract good industry. I am sincerely interested in making arroll a better place for everyone. COUNCILMAN- FOURTH WARD Lou Galetich \ 410 S. Elm Age: 38 A. Teacher — Kuemper High School B. Carroll, like many cities has grown in a haphazard fash ion. It is only within receni years that city authorities have come to realize that the proper development of a city and the comfort and health of its inhab itants depends on systematic and far-sighted planning. I believe it is necessary that we continue to develop a plan with an eye to civic beauty and convenience as well as public necessity and with provisions for future growth. I will attempt to enlist the active participation of the average citizen in his community affairs. It is important that people in Carroll will have a deep concern about their homes, their streets and their community. It is important that city officials give the impression and feeling of belonging in a community to its people. To this end I will work diligently. CITY TREASURER Robert M. Moehn 518 - 18th Place Age: 48 A. Banker B. The office of the City Treasurer is not a policy making office and does not have a vote in the various issuss brought before the City Council. This is primarily one of record keeping and serves as a system Candidates .. . See Page 14 Color TV Sets Plus Millions Gold Bond Stamps Nil* i ^-^. RobV ^^^M 8gSBS5*5«sss touy"" " . , C<«P«<""fin - - 1 - i— Cou^.'^.vwy^ . l I Your Independently Owned and Operated SUPER UALU CARROLL 1 . '.<" K •^VBVBHBBliaBmiB^gB Rj^^ R ATH SMOKED > Country Manor Bacon •oone River C. B. Franks AH M«it j umbo Bologna en,,, Fr M h- T «nd«r p ork Steak U.S.D.A. 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