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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 16, 1974
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Farmers to Get Enough Gas, Diesel DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Sufficient gasoline and diesel fuel should be available to farmers as they mount their tractors for spring planting rjext month, state officials believe. "We're confident the Federal Energy Office (FEO) ranks Iowa corn and soybeans pretty high," said state Energy Advisor Samuel Tuthill. Washington is "very responsive to any suggestion that agriculture needs fuel," said Iowa Commerce Commission Chairman Maurine Van Nostrand. "The mechanism is there to almost automatically take care of the needs of agriculture," he added. Tuthill, the state geologist, and Van Nostrand are Gov. Robert Ray's two key advisors on energy matters. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is encouraging more farm production this year, and that is a new ingredient in the fuel use equation. State officials estimate that farmers will be planting 20 per cent more crops than last year. Based on 1972 levels, Iowa corn plantings are expected to rise 12 per cent. Soybean production should also be up significantly. Tuthill and Patrick Cavanaugh, an aide to Van Nostrand, explained that local fuel suppliers can dip into June allocations next month if May demands exceed the monthly allocation. In turn, the FEO can increase the June allocation if the fuel is available, they explained. But Van Nostrand is concerned about getting enough fuel — especially propane—after Oct. 1 when farmers harvest their crops. Propane is used by many grain elevators to dry crops. "That's going to be a really tough old ballgame," he predicted. •Board (Continued From Page 1) from each therapist. In a description she outlined to the board, she said one of the most important duties of the coordinator would be to develop in service training meetings with teachers, nurses and staff members in the county. She also suggested a public relations program aimed at the community "to show just what we do here." Miss Kent said there has been little or no in service training in the past and added she has already assumed most of the duties she outlined. She told the board she was not asking for an increase in salary in seeking the position; and after an executive session the board declined to give a salary increase. Curt Van Gilder, curriculum director, in reporting on a state meeting on gifted and talented children, told the board that in the past the definition of a gifted student meant gifted academically, but said gifted should be thought of in terms of physically and vocationally as well. "We are talking about a whole new group in the gifted and talented child — it's something we haven't really concerned ourselves with in the past,"he said. Van Gilder said he plans to apply for a Title III grant for a vocational planning proposal. The grant, he said, would cover the expenses for persons to attend meetings. He told the board that high school principals in the county agreed that better vocational programs are needed in the schools. Black Hawk Sheriff Quits WATERLOO, Iowa (AP)— Sheriff Robert Aldrich, 43, the Republican Party's top vote- getter in Black Hawk County in 1972, has resigned. Aldrich recently said he was being treated voluntarily for a drinking problem. He said he had spent several weeks late last year, and four days this year, in a Marion alcoholism treatment center. Black Hawk County Atty. David Dutton, who received Aldrich's resignation Monday, said an incident involving Aldrich and county employes last week resulted in a complaint being filed. Times Herald, Carroll, la. p Tuesday, April 16,1974 ° • Hearst (Continued From Page 1) and said she had decided to "stay and fight" with her abductors. Randolph A. Hearst, president and editor of the San Francisco Examiner, was in La Faz, Mexico, with his wife and two of his five daughters and could not be reached for comment on Monday's bank heist and Patricia's part in it. The three others being sought were identified by the FBI as Nancy Ling Perry, said to be the writer of a lengthy communique explaining SLA philosophy and goals: Michelle Soltysik, also known as "Mizmoon," earlier identified as an SLA leader; and Camilla Christine Hall. Authorities said the four white women and an unidentified black man walked into the Hibernia Bank's Sunset Branch at about 9:45 a.m. Monday. Earlier, witnesses gave varying accounts on the number of persons involved. "They told people to lie on the floor and then they went to the tellers' cages and took the money. . . .They were in and out within two minutes," said security officer Vincent Gredy. Greely and other witnesses said the group moved with military precision and communicated with hand signals. "they came in and said, 'This is a stickup' and said they were members of the SLA," San Francisco Police Inspector Mortimer Mclnerny said: He said one witness reported hearing one of the robbers mention "Tania," the name Miss Hearst said in a tape she had assumed as a revolutionary. As they fled the bank, semiautomatic weapons were fired at least four or five times, seriously wounding Peter Markoff, 59, and Eugene Brannan, 70, the FBI said. Markoff and Brannan were reported in satisfactory condition at San Francisco General Hospital. Miss Hearst, a 20-year-old coed at the University of California, was dragged screaming and half-nude on Feb. 4 from the Berkeley apartment she shared with her fiance, Steven Weed, a graduate student at the university. The abductors threw her into the trunk of a car and drove off after beating Weed and firing shots at other witnesses. Hearing Set on Dispute Over DeSoto Facilities DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa Conservation Commission has scheduled a public hearing Thursday in Missouri Valley in connection with a dispute over recreational facilities at the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge. The idea for the meeting originated when members of several groups opposed to the commission's actions on recreational facilities asked to be heard at the commission's April meeting in Des Moines. Although they had been invited by Commission Chairman Leslie Licklider, they were told it was policy that all delegations be interviewed by the commission staff before being allowed to appear at a commission meeting. Now it appears there will be two hearings on the matter- one this week in Missouri Valley and another at the commission's May meeting in Des Moines. The commission contends public recreation is being downgraded at the federal refuge in violation of assurances made by federal officials at the time the refuge was established in 1959. The commission voted last fall to go to court if necessary to increase the recreation facilities at the 8,000-acre refuge. Bulletin WASHINGTON (AP) -Special Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski asked U.S. District Court today to issue a subpoena for tapes of 63 conversations in the White House. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy (or classified ads and classified display ads must be in the Times YHerald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday to insure publication. _ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch |] 70 AHrfitlonal insertions jj 5^ CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 12c "Three days, per word 2«c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 OverMwords Ite per word Card of Thanks rA RD OF THANKS We wish to take this means of thanking everyone whose kindness and sympathy offered comfort during the ilness anchfeath of our beloved father. Your floral offerings and other sympathetic acts will always be remembered. Special thanks to Msgr. Karhoff and priests of St. Lawrence, Dr. Tierney and the 3rd floor staff of St. Anthony Hospital. The family of Frank Schachtner 3-90-ltp CARD OF THANKS I want to thank Fr. Meyer, Fr. Slk for their visits and blessings, Drs.Pascoe and Skinner, nurses and hospital staff for the wonderful care and everyone for cards, visits and flowers while I was hospitalized. It was greatly appreciated. Mrs. George Grossman 3-93-Up Business Opportunities 5 "IMMEDIATE INCOME" Distributor — part of full time to supply Company established accounts with RCA-CBS-Disney Records. Income possibilities up to $1,000 per month with only $3,500 required for inventory and training. Call COLLECT for Mr. James (214) 661-9208. s-89-3tp Personals NEED HELP??For spiritual counseling, call Pastor W. L Laney 792-2599. 9-33-tfc Instruction 13 ATTENTION PARENTS! If your child is between the ages of 3 and 7 why not send him to the Instructional Playground Program to be held this summer in Carroll! For more information call 792-9346 or 792-3344. 13-90-3tp Business Services FREE STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning! pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-89-tfc •Keith (Continued From Page 1) make the most accurate estimate possible, "the governor stated. "My office has been in contact with Mr. Bill Keith of WARP, and like myself, they are most concerned that Amtrak return to Idaho. Our questionnaires wall be made available by the PNRC and WARP and combined with questionnaires from eight other western states to be used in. seeking increased congressional pressure upon AmtraK to restore a railroad passenger line which crosses southern Idaho." In response to the questionnaire, Gov. Andrus reported that the heaviest t-esponse came from those persons in the 45 to 65 age bracket, and not from those over 65 a$ he had expected. He said responses had been received from every major community in southern Idaho, and almost every community within 50 miles of a possible train station. He also recommended that Governor Daniel Evans and Governor Thomas McCall see that the questionnaire is mailed from their offices to newspapers in Oregon and Washington which serve communities within 50 miles of the proposed route to Portland. Boy, 13, Struck by Auto, Killed COTTER, Iowa (AP)—Ronald Bean, 13, Cotter, was killed Monday afternoon when he darted across Iowa 92 in Cotter and was struck by a car driven by Leva Ehrig, 77, Giadbrook. The boy was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bean. The Iowa Highway Patrol said he died at the scene. There's Gold In Your Attic! Business Services 14 CARPETS CLEANED in your home or place of business by Von Schrader — dry foam method Call today for free estimate. Nu-WAY CARPET CLEANING 792-3898. 14-61 -If c Where To Go TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WATTERS 1 Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20% this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 "WANTED: GARDEN roto tilling. Taking calls now. 792-4537 or 792-1355. 14-57-30tc It REALTOR® Action in SELLING and a greater selection in BUYING contact a member of the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Members are Comes Real Estate Comito Real Estqjeri Greteman Agency' O. J. Murphy. Realtor Pudenz Real Estate Thelen Agency Wilson Real Estate SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS on Heating — Plumbing Air Conditioning MA/TAG—Washers & Dryers AMANA—Refrigerators, Air Cond. MAGIC CHEF—Ranges KITCHENAID— Dishwashers Call: DREES CO. for TODAY SERVICE Phone: 792-2863 "Home of Dependable Service" INSULATION Call for free estimate. INSULATION IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS D&M Insulation Co. Box 156 Phone 792-3707 Carroll, Iowa From a Household Spot to a Spotless House Your CARPETS cleaned and'maintained by the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture. floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning. Isn't this the day to call 792-2155 for a free estimate. 14-66-tfc BAD WIRING? Bad wires in your attic? Basement? Or your farm? Did you know we also do electrical wiring? Contact: TRAUSCH COMPANY INC Phone 792-2029 14-86-ltc v, uENfcRATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy 30. Phone 792-2126. 14-tc "Where To Go 17 KNIGHTS OF Columbus Club Lounge — Open every night from 7 P.M. For members & their guests. 17-79-121C ZTEC LOUNGE THIS WEEK Monday thru Saturday "BILL GRASSICK TRIO" April 23 through 27 Tuesday thru Saturday "JANE RUSSELL TRIO" Mon. night special - PRIME RIB Tues. night special - Fried .Chicken Open Sundays at 4 p.m. Serving dinner at 5 p.m. COON RAPIDS 684-2234 PAUL MOORHEAD Starline Ballroom Fri., April 19 Advance tickets $2.00 At the door $2.50 (K of C Scholarship Benefit) EVEKi WEDNESDAY SPECIAL ] /4 Chicken $1 50 French Fries, Roll, Salad a * * * >» FOR KINK FOOL) — URINK.S ENTERTAINMENT JA*. HESTAURANT iind mUNUt 17-75-ltc ELK'S CLUB Saturday, April 20 HAWAIIAN LUAU Music by 4 Jacks & A Jill FREE ORCHIDS for the Ladies Dancing from 9 p.m. to la.m. $3.00 per couple or Your Season Ticket Hawaiian Special from the kitchen served Buffet Style. Grilled Ham with pineapple, glazed roast Pork in orange sauce and Beef Steak, Hawaiian style, with Salad Bar and all the trimmings. Reservations by Noon, Saturday, please. , 74Mtc Help Wanted 23 PARTTIME WAITRESS and bartender, will train, top wages. A pply at Red Carpet Lounge. 23-90-5tc AVON has . . . An nppn territory In Ciirrnll Sell piirt-limp or full-time 1 l'i ram extra monr\ No experience required P'lll: 2?iT.7KlO ctillffd af'er 6 P m, KEYBOARD OPERATOR to work in newspaper composing room. Must be an accurate typist. Contact Eugene Wagner or James B. Wilson. Carroll Daily Times Herald. 23-87-6tp SEMI DRIVER. Steady meat run to Chicago. Top wages. Good equipment. Must be D.O.T. qualified. Write Box G-7, % Daily Times Herald. 23-86-6tc WANTED Heavy equipment operator-Mgr. Must have at least 2 years experience. Salary & Commission. This is an opportunity. All replies confidential. Write P.O. Box 254 Carroll 23-90-4lp GOOD WORKERS needed at once to learn a skilled profession. Good wages, overtime, good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person. World Wide Meats, Denison. 23-84-tfc Farm Equipment 28 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. FOR SALE: Two Morrison 6 foot side boxes. $125. Elmer Schettler 792-9043. 29-89-3tc Livestock Wanted 43 Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE: IHC 56 planter— dry fertilizer, insecticide & herbicide. Rayond Krai, Vail. 33-90-3tp Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED SPOTTED and purebred Chester White fall boars. Will deliver. Clarence Hock, Manson, Iowa, 712-469-3761. 41-72-lie Livestock Wanted 43 WANTED TO buy - Rhinitis and poor doing hogs of any size. Truck will call. Write Arnold • Nielsen, Exira, Iowa 50076. Phone 268-5344 day or night. 43-73-1 tc —OFFERED BY — 4-BEDROOM HOUSE IN NORTHWEST CARROLL 5th bedroom in basement, 2 baths, finished rec room with electric fireplace, covered patio with gas grill, electric garage door opener, central air, you must see this one, low 30's. ^Estate Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson — 792-9605 n-uc 17-90-ltc CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES Thursday, April 18 Night Sale 7:30 SPECIAL CALF & YEARLING SALE 140 Strictly choice Whiteface, Black Whiteface, Angus 4 Charolais steers & heifers— 550 to 625 Ibs.. strictly green, vaccinated 9 ways, have been fed haylage — absolutely no grain. From Aschinger & Son, Westside. 87 Choice Whiteface. Black Whiteface & Angus steers & heifers — 500 to 650 Ibs. These cattle are strictly green, vacc.. have had absolutely no grain direct out of the stalk fields day of the sale. Presley & Son, Auburn. 75 Choice Charolais — Charolais Angus cross steers & heifers — 450 to 500 Ibs., strictly green. Most of these were sired by Pioneer bulls. Eickman of Coon Rapids. 43 Fancy Whiteface & Black Whiteface steers !t heifers — 10 way vacc., implanted— 475 Ibs. Strictly a set of grass calves. From Center Farms, Glidden. 25 Fancy Black Whiteface & Angus steers & heifers — 450 Ibs. Another set of grass calves. Frbm Rath Farms, Glidden. 27 Fancy Black Whiteface steers & heifers — 350 to 450 Ibs., triple vacc., absolutely no grain. From Ault Farm, Bayard. 15 Choice Angus steers & heifers — 400 Ibs. Strictly green, vacc. 5 ways. Eddy Farm, Bayard. 15 Angus bull calves—550 Ibs. — strictly green. Kennan Farm. Churdan. 10 Fancy Whiteface 1st calf heifers with Hereford calves at side ranging up to 2 weeks old. This is a fancy set of heifers originating out of Wyoming from Gates Rubber Co. These calves & cows will be mothered and you can buy as many as you want. Coming from a Carroll farm. 12 Whiteface & Angus cows with calves at side, ranging up to a month old. From a Carroll Farm. At ad time we have many more calls to make in the country. This is an exceptional listing of strictly green cattle with very few fleshy or warmed-up cattle. If you are in need of grass calves be sure to attend this auction Thursday evening. We will have our usual run of slaughter cows & bulls. We have been selling from 25 to 75 each week. Last week we had a buyer from Sioux Falls. South Dakota buying slaughter cows. HOGS:Es(lmal/ng400to500head. Early listings include: 100 Fancy Hamp cross—55 Ibs. From Colin Garels, Wall Lake. 100 Fancy crossbred pigs — 45 to 50 Ibs. These are pigs from reputation pig grower, Merele Dial, Lanesboro. 67 Fancy Hamp cross pigs—60 Ibs., Jens Olson, Coon Rapids. We are planning a special feeder pig auction next Thursday, April 25. Estimating 1500 to 2000 hogs, most of them in long strings of 100 head or more. Due to the large volume of consignments we must start promptly at 7:30. Ringman: Wayne Rupiper Auctioneers: John Scharfenkamp . Gary Rupiper & '., Harold Wieland CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES Gary Rupiper 669-3519 Ph. 792-3170 Ed Bueltel 792-9487 John Scharfenkamp 822-5589 40-90-itc BOOKEY PACK WE NEED *UUK FED CATTLE Phone Don Clark 515-386-3330. Jefferson Plant Phone 515-266-3146. Des Moines 43-17-ltr LET DAILY TIMES HERALD ADVERTISING WORK FOR YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Pets FOR SALE: Registered German short-haired puppies. 9 Weeks old. 563-2756 Audubon. 46-86-()tc WANTED: GOOD home for Pekinese female, house broken & spayed. Call after 5 792-9360. 46-87-3tp For Sato 55 LAWN MOWER tune-up and repair. Have your mower ready for Spring. Bob's Sport Center, 618 \V. 8th St.. next to Farm Bureau Bldg. 55-62-tfc 8H.P.,4spd. Riding lawn mower. $399.95 WESTERN AUTO Carroll 55-9o-.itc For Sale 55 SI-:K THE new SX-70 Polaroid camera at Stereo Town, 221 E. 5th. 792-3522. 55-86-6tc Used 20th Century WELDER GAMBLES 792-4361 55-83-21C IX-:SK, UPHOLSTERED chair, air-conditioner. 732-1491 after 6 P.M. 55-90-3tp CLEAN INGEST CARPET cleaner you ever used, so easy too Got Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-90-He MOTHER'S DAY and Graduation Cards — 1 rack, 15 « a card. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-90-tfc GARAGESALE WEDNESDAY, April 17 4p.m. till 9p.m. THURSDAY, April 18, till noon. 631 East First St. NOW DIGGING & PLANTING Evergreens, trees, flowering shrubs & windbreak materials. 2V 2 Acre display — 2 blks east of Hospital. CARROLL NURSERY Phone 792-4623 55-82-tfc Notice to Bidders The Northwest Realty Corporation will accept bids on that portion of the Carroll Industrial Park lying south of the railroad tracks, containing 90 acres more or less on April 17 up to 4 p.m. Bids must be made on official bid forms which can be obtained at The Carroll County State Bank or Commercial Savings Bank. Bidding blanks will also be obtainable at the Times Herald office. Sealed bids should be returned to Northwest Realty Corp. headquarters at the Times Herald office before 4 p.m on April 17 Additional information may be obtained from any of the places having the official bidding forms. NORTHWEST REALTY CORP., By James W. Wilson, President 6-84-Ztc First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Carroll Offers The Following Savings Plan: 5 5 6 6 3 /4% 1/2% PASSBOOK SAVINGS Effective July 1,1973. Deposits of any amount in by the 10th earn from the 1st. 6MONTHSTIME CERTIFICATES* $1,000 minimum Automatically renewable 1 YE AR TIME CERTIFICATES* $3,000 minimum Automatically renewable 2 YE AR TIME CERTIFICATES* $10,000 minimum Automatically renewable * Federal regulations will not permit First Federal to automatically transfer existing certificate accounts to one of the new certificates. However, existing certificates can be transferred by taking a penalty. Contact First Federal for details. All accounts earn a full month's interest if deposited by the 10th. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SAVING Deposits Insured Up to $20,000 by An Agency of the Federal Government FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN LAKE CITY CARROLL

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