Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 28, 1967 · Page 11
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 28, 1967
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Mine Your Attic Gold With a Classified THE BORN LOSER Bv ART SANSOM * Cyprus —" (Continued From Page 1) Times Herald, CarrolT, la. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1967 Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OF THANKS Up to 20 words-. _$2.00 Up „ _..._. AU over 20 words 80 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch $1.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cent* Six days, per word 38 cent* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the nurses, doctors, Sisters and entire hospital staff for their care. Special thanks to Father Crete- man and Father Sulkowski for their prayers. Mr. and Mrs. William Rolfes 3-279-ltc CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Father Sulkowski and Father Lenz for their blessings, the doctors,'sisters, nurses and the entire hospital staff for their care. Also friends, neighbors and relatives for prayers, flowers, gifts, cards and visits, during my stay at St. Anthony's Hospital. Eleanor Lange 3-279-ltp CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank Bishop Mueller, Msgr. Karhoff, Father Meyers and all the assisting Priests for their prayers and funeral masses. Also to the Sisters, Doctors and nurses of St. Anthony's Hospital for their care. A special thank you to the St. Joseph Guild for the dinner. May God Bless you all. The Family of Reverend Louis B. Anthofer 3-279-ltp CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Carroll Fire Department and all who helped during the fire at our farm. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Weiderin 3-279-ltc Sirf^WWW^W^^^^^V^^^ 1 Announcements CHRISTMAS TREES ARE here. Select yours early. Park Gardens. 6-278-3tc HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfc Put Want Ads to Work For You! WANT ADS • TO BUY • TO SELL • TO RENT DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 3573 Investments FOR INFORMATION AND QUOTATIONS ON ALL . MUTUAL FUNDS CALL YOUR BROKER R. G. Dickinson &Co. Savings & Loan Bldg. 792-4309 ll-262-ltc Business Services 14 Farm Machinery 33 SMIDLEY CATTLE FEEDER, 100 bu. 1 year, Merle Imming, Carroll. 33-278-2tp Livestock Auction 40 Houses For Sale 63 STARTER, GENERATOR, magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street West of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-250-tfc Male-Female Help 23 LAID OFF ? ? ? Need a job through Christmas?, at the top pay ($3.28 per hour). United Parcel Service, a na- ;kmal organization, has immediate openings for delivery drivers in Denison and various other :owns located in Iowa. These jobs can develop into permanent jobs for the right man after Christmas. We are looking for men 21 to 30 years of age. High school graduate or GED equivalent, and in ixcellent physical condition. These jobs are 5 days per week, Monday through Friday, 40 hours a week. No experience necessary, we will train. Apply: UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 1319 7th Ave. South DENISON, IOWA WED., NOVEMBER 29 between 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Bring draft classification card and DD214. 23-279-2tc HOUSE AUCTION 1120 North Court Carroll, Iowa Sat., Dec. 2 1:00 P.M. To close the estate of Laura Thede, this house must be sold. House is so arranged that the buyer can rent out the upstairs which is set up for rent at this time. Or, it can be made into a 4- bedroom home. It has a new basement and new natural gas Timken furnace. Full bath upstairs and full bath down. 30 gal. hot water heater. Combination storm and screen windows. Home is in good shape and ready to move in. Two separate entrances. Can be seen by appointment by calling 792-2129 or will be open Wednesday eve from 6 P. M. until 9 P. M. or contact Cliff McCarville. Waitch for complete ad in Thursday's paper with furniture and property description, terms, 'etc. 40-279-ltc Livestock For Sale 41 BETTER THAN NEW Northeast — Three bedroom split foyer possibly 4th. Built in kitchen, dishwasher, disposal, finished family room. baths, lots of closets. Central air conditioning. Garage. Will consider contract. Immediate possession. COMES REAL ESTATE Dial 4295 63-279-2tc REAL NICE TWO BEDROOM home for rent. Stove and rg- frigerator furnished. $80 per month. Call Don Reiling, Storm Lake, Iowa 732-4212. 64-278-3tc 2 BEDROOM HOME, WITH garage, gas stove and carpeted. $75.00.1026 Harriet Ave. Ph. 3350. 64-278-3tc 90 FEEDER PIGS, WT.45 LBS. Ray Tunning, Coon Rapids. 41-278-2tc MAN OR WOMAN TO DRIVE taxi, days. Must be 21. Ph. 4597. 23-277-3tc Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: SECRETARIAL and book work in my home. Ph. 3227. 24-277-3tc Farm Service 30 BLITZ THOSE RATS WITH BLITZ - RAT BAIT. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED. CARROLL HATCHERY. * 30-278-3tc Hatcheries 32 CRACKED GRAIN FOR BIRD FEED AVAILABLE AT THE CARROLL HATCHERY. " 32-278-3tc • 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: 12-31-67 would mean that your paper expires Dec. 31,1967.) If your paper is close to the expiration day, right now, before you forget, make out a check for renewal. Rural Mail Subscription rates: Carroll & Adjoining Counties: S. P. F. LANDRACE AND Hampshire boars. Anthony Meiners, Dedham. 41-277-tfc PURE-BRED HAMPSHIRE boars, serviceable age, guaranteed. Ray Brincks, Auburn: 200. Floyd Weiderien, Lake City: 464-8851. 41-276-tfc Building Material 47 CUT YOUR FUEL BILLS with famous Johns-Manville insulation, siding, and roofing. Free estimates, easy terms. Call or see Merlin Nair, phone 792-4274, 683-3541 or 659-3891. For Sale 55 USED 20 GALLON GAS HOT water heater. Ph. 9532. 55-279-ltc GIRLS ICE SKATES, SIZE 9, like new. Ph. 3323. 55-279-2tc KODAK MOVIE CAM ERA, never used. Ph. 2879, evenings. 55-279-3tc FOR SALE 1967 Singer In lovely walnut console Equipped to make buttonholes anc all zlg zag work Including decor ations. Fully guaranteed, shown lo cally. Reliable party with qualifiec credit may assume a 9 pay obligation of $9.72 per month or $75 cash. Write CREDIT MANAGER 2627 FOREST AVE. DBS MOINES IOWA 50311 55-279-3tp 1 year $13.00 6 mos. $7.00 3 mos. $4.00 DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 3573 FOR BETTER CLEANING, TO keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner Rent electric shampooer $1 Coast to Coast. 55-278-6tc FLOOR SAMPLE SOFA, OLIVE green matelasse cover, slight ly damaged. $200.00. Matt Fur niture Co. 55-278-3tc THOMAS ORGAN Like Lawrence Welk uses. In like new condition. Walnu finish, may be seen in this area Cash or terms to responsibl party. Write: ACME PIANO CO. CREDIT MANAGER BOX 4093 H. P. STATION DES MOINES, IOWA. 55-278-3tp CLEARANCE: RECONDITION ed sewing machines, portabL and consoles. Prices start a $19.95. Singer Company, Car roll, Iowa. 55-243-tfi Room For Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT, MAN PRE ferred. Ph. 2280. 60-179-3t Houses For Sale 63 NEW 3 BEDROOM HOME all financing arranged. Don' call, come and see me. Frank Hoffmann. ' 63-279-3t APPLEWOOD KNOLLS list your home for sale now. luild in Applewood Knolls this pring. BIERL DEVELOPMENT Phone 4318 63-278-3tc -louses For Rent 64 NEAR NEW 3 BEDROOM, southside, close to Holy Spirit Church. $90.00 per month. Immediate possession. Write Box M, Times Herald. 64-274-6tp man of Turkey's New Turkey party, told newsmen in Ankara that Greece had agreed to the key Turkish demand for withdrawal of some 8,000-12,000 Greek troops from Cyprus. However, a spokesman for the Greek Foreign Ministry in Athens said his government had proposed withdrawal of all Greek and Turkish military contingents, including those allowed by the 1960 agreement which gave Cyprus its independence from Britain. Informnts said Vance, in what has become his daily shuttle between Athens and Ankara, took these Turkish proposals to the Greeks today: —Greece will withdraw all troops from Cyprus in excess of the 950 allowed her under the 1960 Zurich agreement setting up the island republic. She will do so within three months. The first battalion will be withdrawn within a week and the withdrawal filmed. —Acceptance of the Cyprus solution will be announced first by Greece and four hours later by Turkey. —Turkey will remove her threat to invade Cyprus when the agreement is announced. —Compensation winll be paid for 27 Turkish Cypriots killed in fighting Nov. 15 with Greek Cypriot forces in two villages. These .clashes resulted in the Turkish threat to invade Cyprus to protect the Turkish Cypriot minority. The agreement apparently will say nothing about the abrogation of the special rights granted the Turkish Cypriots in the Zurich agreement. The abrogation of these rights in December 1963 set off a civil war which resulted in a complete rupture between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities. * Land (Continued From Page 1) NICE HOME ON SOUTHS!DE, with nice yard and garage. Reasonable to right party. Ph. Speaker . . . Carl Meyerdirk, supervisor of youth and educational activities for the American Oil Co., and an Oklahoma Hereford breeder, will address Carroll County 4-H leaders at a banquet here at 7 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 6. The banquet is co-sponsored by the Extension Service and Standard Farm Service Center. • McNamara (Continued From Page 1) 2992. 64-274-tfc 2 HOUSES FOR RENT: 113 E. 9th, 3 bedroom; 902 N. Main, 3 bedroom. Ph. 3508 between 9 and 5, weekdays. 64-274-tfc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc ^•WNXSXVW Used Cars & Trucks 71 1964 CHEVY BEL AIR, 4 DR., V-8, automatic, good rubber, real sharp inside and out. 1966 P o n t i a c Le Manz, V-8, straight stick, vinyl trim interior, 19,000 actual miles. Wittrock Motors. 71-279-ltc I960 CHRYSLER WINDSOR, 4 dr., good condition. Ph. 6592104, Glidden. 71-279-3tp 1964 CHEVY IMPALA SPORT sedan, V-8, with power steering. White with red interior, real sharp. McCarville and Son 71-279-ltc 1964 CATALINA, 4 DR., FULL power and clean. $1495.00. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-279-ltc Auto Service 75 CHARLIE SEZ: "IF YOUR CAR sputters and stumbles, goans and grumbles, let Peters Mo- ters pep it up with a motor tune-up." 75-115-ltc DIAL 3573 TO PLACE YOUR Want Ads. ATTEND COOP MEET Those from this area attending the 2nd annual meeting of the Farmers Regional Cooperative in Omaha this week included Mr. and Mrs. Rex McCormick and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Potthoff, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Henkenius and Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Venteicher, Dedham. Official delegates at the two-day meeting at Civic Auditorium represented 423 local cooperatives from a five-state area. allies, Texas Gov. John B. Connally, a former secretary of the navy. But Connally, who recently announced he would not seek re-election as governor, said Monday there was no truth to such rumors. There had been recurrent reports in recent months that McNamara was anxious to leave his Cabinet post, which has often demanded working days of 12 and 18 hours, sometimes seven days a week. A former president of the Ford Motor Co., McNamara has been defense chief since the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy in January 1961. No other man has held the post that long. with the additional surplus right-of-way required each year. Highway Commission Chairman Harry J. Bradley Jr., said the commissioners two years ago told the staff to get rid of any unneeded property. Bradley said the commission policy ordered disposal of any property "not deemed neces- sar for future highway purposes." "They haven't been doing it as fast as we'd like and we've asked that the program be stepped up," he added. In practice, the commission chairman said, excess real estate is disposed of "whenever somebody thinks of it or a private party comes in and asks us to sell it." A stepped up disposal program has been planned, but not yet begun, Coupal said. The first step in disposing of excess right-of-way, Coupal said, will be to find it. A Highway Commission "task force" will have to study the Commission's own right-of- way files, then go into every county court house in the state to check plat books and legal descriptions. Strip maps will be prepared of every highway in the state showing all the right-of-way belonging to the Commission along with a plot by plot register identifying every parcel of Highway Commission real estate. Once the property is inventoried, Highway Commission planners will go over the list to determine which of the parcels will be needed for future highway uses, such as widenings, rest areas, maintenance locations or scenic developments. After the Highway Commission has picked out the property it needs, other state government agencies will be asked if they can make use of some of the surplus land. Finally the Commission will attempt to dispose of all remaining tracts by offering them for sale. "Some we'll be lucky to give away," Coupal admitted. Senator Neu Cites Savings Under Tax Bill Savings to Carroll County property owners under the new state tax bill were pointed out Monday night by Sen. Arthur A. Neu (R.-Carroll) who spoke at a meeting of the Carroll Rotary Club at the Burke Motor Inn. On an average 160-acre farm with an assessed valuation of $14,000, Sen. Neu said, the tax will be reduced by $182 - from $448 under the present 32 mills to $252 under the new 18 mill levy. For an average $16,000 home, assessed at $4,000, the savings would be $52 - from the present $128 to $72. A large corporation would fare proportionately. Taking a When Johnson became president four years ago, he quickly made it apparent that McNamara and Secretary of State Dean Rusk were particular favorites of his within the Cabinet he inherited from Kennedy. They became key presidential advisers managing the enlarged war in Vietnam. PUBLIC NOTICES SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given that by virture of a General Execution, to me directed by the Clerk of the District Court of Carroll County, Iowa, against the Property, Goods, Chattels, Lands, Tenements, etc., of Johnson Plastics Mfg., Inc., Defendant, in favor of Leonard Johnson, Plaintiff, I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the premises formerly known as Johnson Plastics Mfg., Inc., at Grant Road and Highway No. 30. In the City of Carroll, in Carroll County, on the 14th day, of December. 1967 between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m. on said day, all of said defendant's right, title and interest in and to the following described personal property, situated in Carroll County, to-wit: 1 — Gaston Scale; 3 — Marble- topped desks;! — Safe, light green; 1 — Plastic-Mixer CMC (Construction Machinery Co., of Waterloo, Iowa), complete with 4-cyl. Le Roi gas motor; 1 — Induction motor, Westinghouse Life-Line, 3 H. P., Ser. No. 4805; 1 — Electric Motor, Delco, 1 H. P., Ser. No. 1-65; 1 — Electric Motor, Westinghouse % H. P., Ser. No. HQ, with grindstone wheels; 1 — Jig Saw; 1 — Sander, Sears Roebuck & Co., Mod. No. 103-22360, with G. E. Utility 1/3 H. P. motor, Ser. No. XXD; 1 — Vacuum Cleaner, Kenmore; 1 — Casco Electro-Tool kit in green box; 1 — Mimeograph Duplicator No. 90; ], — grey Type writer stand & 2 chairs; 2 — plastic-seated chairs, tan; 1 — arc— AC Welder, Dunlap, Ser. No. A424714; 1 — kitchen step-stool, red; 1 — Reset Timer, Zenith, Cat. No. AZC with Nopak Valve cyl. Ser. No. C-4655-C; 1 Bechtold Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be run in this Auction Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of your sale in our office. THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Co. Carroll, Iowa. SATURDAY— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, complete closing out farm sale. Powers and Ruplper, Auctioneers. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2— 1:00 P. «M. Four bedroom house and furniture auction of the Laura Thede Estate located 1120 North Court, Carroll. McCarviiie & HulsebUB, Aucts. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Everett Dennis, closing out fara sale. 3V4 miles North of Coon Rapids, on black top. miles South of Glidden on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4'/j miles South of Templeton, or 9 miles North of Audubon on Hi-way 71. Meryl and Dave Kerkhoff, Auctioneers, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11— Closing Out Farm Sale of Alois C. Bernholtz, owner. Located 4 miles east of Carroll on Highway No. 30 and 3'/i south. Byerly & Wleland. Auctioneers. Postforming & Laminating Heat- ine press, No. 039; 1 — Clicking Machine, Ideal, Mod. C, No. 36191; 1 — Grain Grader & Cleaner, Hawkeye, red, complete with electric motor; 1 — Wards Power Kraft Electric motor, %, H. P., Mod. No. A5850: 1 — plywood cabinet, varnished; 1 — roll No. 112 clear Cellulose Proplonate, 22- in., .0075; Misc. cement & marble material; 3 — sheets aluminum, approx. 12 ft. each; 1 — grey Drape—Vacuum Former; 26 — 50- g al. barrels; 1 — fire-extinguisher, eneral Quick-Aid Fire Guard dry chemical. Mod. DC-20; 3 — General Switch boxes; 1 — Murray Switch box; 1 — 100-amp. Square D. Safety Switch; 1 — Dayton Glower, Mod. No. 2C938, 9" diam. wheel with Dayton 1/3 H. P. elec. motor, Mod. No. M62072-BLZ; 1 — metal adjustable storage stand, 7-shelf; 6 — metal tables; 2 — fluorescent lights; 2 — metal tables, green, on rollers; 4 — metal tables with rollers; 3 — metal storage bins, green; 1 — 5-drawer wood cabinet on wheels; 1 — squirrel-cage exhaust fan, green; 1 — grey stand, with mounted vacuum pump; 3 — green metal cabinets with pigeon noles; 1 — roll of 20" Styrene, .025; 1 — roll of 26" Styrene, .025; 2 — rolls of 22" .010 clear Flexofllm Propionate; 1 — roll of 30" .010 clear Flexofilm Propionate; 5 — mi'sc.- sizecl slabs Johnson plastic marble; 1 — 3-legged stool with Johnson Plastic top; 44 — mlsc.-sized counter tops of Johnson Plastic, some with holes; 3 — round table tops; 7 — round stool table tops; Assorted wall plaques of Bu-T marble. Sale to commence at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day. WITNESS my hand this 21st day of November, 1967. s/John G. Longnecker, Sherif! Carroll County, Iowa Wunschel & Schechtman Attorneys for Plaintiff Carroll, Iowa Nov. 28; Dec. 5, 1967 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. 9283 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Louis B. Anthofer Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Louis B. Anthofer Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 27th day of November, 1967. the last will and testament of Louis B. Anthofer deceased bearing date of the 21st day of June, 1965, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Louis M. Anthofer 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 one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be for ever 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 27th day of November, 1967. Louis M. Anthofer Executor of said Estate Dedham, Iowa Robert S. Bruner Attorney for said Executor Carroll, Iowa ' Alfred J. Klockc Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 5th day of December, 1967. Nov. 28; Dec. 5, 1967 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 9281 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF A. G, Carlson Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF A. G. Carlson Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 17th day of November, 1967, the undersigned was appointed administrator of said estate. Notice is hereby 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 six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 17th day of November, 1967. Paul O. Swanson Administrator of said Estate Lake View, Iowa M. R. Tan Creti Attorney for said Administrator Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 28th day of November, 1967. November 21, 28, 1967 Influenced by f e d e r a 1 requirements on Interstate projects, Highway Commission right-of-way records for the past few years "are pretty well up to date," Coupal said. The $2 million surplus accumulated "lo, 15-20 years ago" he added. "Some of it goes back 30-35 years, but the bulk of it wag after the war." The now-unneeded property apparently was acquired for many different reasons, Commission sources said. When buying right-of-way, the Commission sometimes purchases entire tracts if taking out the right-of-way will make the remainder of the property inaccessible or unusable to the owner. Some property owners ask purchase of the entire tract; the Commission may agree if the cost of damages to the remaining property would be as much as cost of purchasing the whole parcel. Some properties were apparently purchased for projects that were proposed, but never built. The commission, for example, still owns right-of-way for widening old U.S. 30 between Ames and Nevada to four lanes. Plans for widening the highway were abandoned when U.S. 30 was relocated a mile south of the old route, but the Commission has never disposed of the extra right-of-way. Some excess land was bought as "borrow" areas from which earth was moved to fill in nearby valleys. With the borrow material removed these tracts are no longer needed by the Commission. Similarly sand and gravel pits have been purchased, mined out and abandoned. Property no longer needed for highway purposes was exemplified in a case in Des Moines in September. In April, 1940, the Commission bought a tract intended to be used as part of the right-of- way for improving Iowa 163 in Des Moines. And some time last winter, the Commission advertised the company with an assessed valuation of $1,660,141, the taxes would be $23,241.97, down from $53,124.51 to $29,882.54. School aid would be increased under the new bill as follows: (first figure is the 1966-67 mill- age, second the estimated mill- age under the new bill, third the 1966-1967 aid paid and fourth, the anticipated aid under the new bill): Carroll — 32, 21.1, $36,280.89, $184,276. Glidden - 39, 25.4, $27,191.48, $134,473. Coon Rapids — 46, 25.1, $28,403.22, $131,489. Manning — 58, 29.5, $35,190.90, $208,610. Sen. Neu stoutly defended the tax measure against critics, charging that most of the opposition to it had been whipped up by the press and special interests. He denied that the legislation had been hastily conceived in secret sessions and railroaded through the legislature. He said considerable thought and compromise by members of both parties had gone into the bill and asserted that in his opinion it was a good bill and fair to most segments of the state's population. He conceded there were some areas where minor improvements could be made. Sen. Neu said he thought Gov.. Harold E. Hughes was wise in hot bending to pressure and calling a special session to revise the bill. He Indicated that any revisions that need to be made can be taken care of in the next session of the legislature. The legislator said Carroll County taxpayers will benefit additionally from the s c h o o 1 aid portion of the bill because of efforts that succeeded in getting a weight of half the private school children into the formula. He also said another gain was having income weighted in the same way. The program was in charge of Charles Ryan. President Fred Witt an. nounced that the club's annual Christmas party with Rotary Anns as guests will be held at 7 p.m. next Monday night at the Country Club. The club voted to transfer $300 from its Student Loan fund to the Rotary Foundation fund for graduate study abroad, bringing the club's percentage a step closer to 1,000 per cent. The club now ranks third among 51 clubs in District 600. Guests were Dr. M. J. Hall, guest of Ray Beneke, and Students Olga Rodriguez, Gary Harmeyer and Pat Hensel. • All Big Ten (Continued From Page 2) iana; Chick Kurzawski, Northwestern, Silas McKinnie, Iowa; John Isenbarger, Indiana. DEFENSE ENDS — George Oilion, Purdue Cal Snowden, Indiana. TACKLES — Doug Crusah, Indiana; Lance Olssen, Purdue. MIDDLE GUARD — Dennis Morgan, Michigan. LINEBACKERS — Dick Marvel, Purdue; Dirk Worden, Ohio State; Terry Miller, Illinois. BACKS — Steve Wilson, Iowa; Ted Provost, Ohio State; George Hoey, Michigan. HONORABLE MENTION Jade Butcher, Indiana; Del Jessen, Ezell Jones, Noel Jenke, Charles Sanders, Jim Carter, Dave Nixon and Mike Condo, Minnesota; Mike Frame and John Bonk, Purdue; Bill Anders, 2.91 acres for sale on the grounds the tract was "no longer required for highway purposes." Bids opened Feb. 27 produced an offer of $2,026, which was rejected as too low. Later the city of Des Moines asked and was granted title to .3 of an acre for a parkway. The Commission readvertised the remaining land anrt on Sept. 7 received a bid of $2,151. Paul Schmidlin, Dave Bumgard," Dave Foley, Tom Portsmouth and Jim Nein, Ohio State; Drake Garrett, Al Brenner, Charles Bailey and Ron Ranieri, Michigan State; Dave To-' masula, Willis Fields, Tony Pleviak, Ken Kmiec and Bruce Erb, Illinois; Warren Sipp, Ray Phillips, John Gabler and Rog Rosema, Michigan; Ed Podolak, Iowa; Wally Schoessow and Mel Waler, Wisconsin.

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