Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 22, 1974 · Page 7
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Opposed to School Bus Bill By William P. WinkHman The bill to provide nuhlu- busing of private school pup-Is passed the Senate Thursd'.n It goes direel 1 y to t !ir Governor because no Senate amendments passed on this House bill. H.F. 1476 requires local public school districts to either transport, contract rut- transportation, or reimburse the parents or guardian for transporting resident nonpublic school pupils met ( o exceed $40 per pupil per year' $2.2 million is appropriated to reimburse schools during the next school year and an additional $2.2 million is provided to buy buses in certain districts. This legislation provides an immediate benefit to a considerable number of families and schools: however. I concluded the problems outweigh the benefits that can be received and opposed it. My main concern is the long-range sacrifices of the effectiveness, independency, and vitality of the parochial schools The risk of losing their basie and valuable qualities is increasing as the state promotes controls and entanglement, much to my regret. A county compensation bill to recommend elected county officials' salaries passed the Senate and was sent to the House. As finally approved the bill provides for a 16 member commission, appointed by the Governor, to study the salaries of elected officials of all 99 counties and to recommend salary changes to the Iowa General Assembly. Among towns that would benefit from the long-awaited Senate appropriation to the sewage works treatment construction fund are: Breda — $6,530: Carroll — $10,390; Jefferson — $45,970; Quimby — $4,540; Sac City — $28.010: Schleswie —$1.340 These amounts are intended to be equal to 5 per cent of the amount approved as the eligible cost of sewage treatment works approved by the Iowa Water Quality Commission. This bill has gone to the House for their approval. The bill that I sponsored to provide property tax incentive to encourage and expedite the control of water and air pollution, S.F. 321, is now being debated on the House floor. The proposal will allow a ten-year exemption from property taxation for facilities designed primarily to prevent or abate such pollution. I spent a lot of time on this legislation because it will both hasten environmental preservation and help save a lot of businesses, farms, and jobs. This bill passed the Senate last year. You may be pleased to know we are in the closing days of the session. We realize no man's pocket-book is safe when the legislature is in session. To close we have to be brutal and work on more of what has to be passed and less of what we would merely like • Due to the indefinite working hours, I am not able to schedule ahead Saturday visitations, which 1 have thoroughly enjoyed. 4 Killed in Iowa Accidents By the Associated Press Four persons were killed on Iowa's highways over the weekend including a Rock Island, 111. man. Mark Ratcliff. 17, Cedar Rapids, was killed Saturday when the car in which he was riding collided with a twin trailer truck on a Cedar Rapids street. Mrs. Alberta Lanham, 70. Perry, died Saturday in a two- car accident on Iowa Highway 144 three miles north of Perry. The Iowa Highway Patrol said she was a passenger in a car drived by her husband Eliston Lanham, 77. Olin Clarence, Hand, Jr., 25. Centerville, was killed Saturday when his car left Iowa Highway 277 about two miles west of the Appanoose County town of Numa. Authorities said he was alone in the car when it went off the road on a slight cun e and overturned. Gerald Dohrman. 25, Hock Island, III. was killed Saturday after he apparently lost control of his car and crashed into a building near downtown Davenport' Lf 1 * M\ The .W.winU'dl'ress '•*• a* i-.m:<l i .r:i»'iie i, I VI. (,B > <j ( )() ') / •><;:{ ;>. 'iiii :u:o fi .'> ;>!:", ;!' •. "'\ '• "I'!. :( 9 :.!•>() (i 'lHshmxh :; HI 2:11 (!':• tt I'Sl ics Id :j lil>7 !) 7 r>fi;( P.. !i 7 :>(;:> I 1 • H !! .fMI :!' L > Sunday's Uesults 1'hil.ulHplna 7. Chicago.'! Pittsburgh 7. New York 0 Cineiniuit! 10. San Diego 1. 1st San Diego 7. Cincinnati 2. 2nd . Montreal 9. St Louis 5 San Francisco ti . Los Angeles •! Houston •}, Atlanta 3 Monday's Game Atlanta at Houston. N GB Amerk' I Milwaukee Boston New York Baltimore Detroit Cleveland an Le Oast \V L 7 -i 8 5 !) 7 1 (> :') 11 -1 11) West ague Pet. .(i3f> .(115 ,5<;.'i .538 .385 ,28ti Oakland 8 fi .571 ' :.Texas « K 571 'California 9 6 .(i()0 — Minnesota 7 (i .538 1 Kansas City 4 7 .304 3 Chicago ' 4 9 .308 4 Sunday's Results Detroit 6. Milwaukee 5. 14 innings Baltimore 6-0: New York 5-3, 1st. 13 innings New York at Baltimore 2nd Boston 6. Cleveland 5. 10 innings Chicago 1 1 . Kansas City 7 Minnesota 8. Texas 2 California 9, Oakland 5 Monday's Game Kansas Cilv at Boston. N tuners Winners of the safety poster contest sponsored by Carroll Council No. 543.' United Commercial Travelers of America, were announced Monday. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All t-op\ fin .-I.Ksifiril aiK .nicl rlassilieil dispiftv aiK must U-m nit- 1 ini'*>. \ HrniMh\ II n rn (l.n "f |i,ih|i, ,ft;,-n \l-ihil.'. Illimiijii Krnl,i\ unit II ,i in i'ii S.it'ini.n I,, iiisiin. pohlnMlimi Cl.ASSI) IKIHIISI'I.AV f'T roiinnn nT'h j, - /V^'tlOlwl in'-ITl'iir ; *] y, U.ASSIHKIX AMI umii>iu>i:n IHli'diiv IMT WI.TI! IJr llmt 1 i.lHvs [vi '.> n: •! .IK Six H;ivs \*'i uoni ,Wt ( AKDOI- Til VNKS M words or li-v, $2 W Ovpr2fl words ''^ I'"' 1 u " nl Gird of Thanks 3 c Mil) 01 Til \NKS Sincere thank-. I" thi priest--, iloct ors nii rses ,i nli k i\ ; 11 -.. pra\ ei's. i-,inl -•. ' i - it s while hospilali/i'd Mrs ( iciii i.;e i .ruher i '.15 Up CAHDOl 1 HANKS I sinccreU wish to thank im familv . I'elal u es i i ic-nds and neighbors fur all Ihe masses. pra\'ers. flowiM's. i^dts and him dreds of i.'ani- aiul Idlers I received while a pal lent at Si An tlionv Ki'timnal Hospital and Children's Mospital in Iowa Cit> Many thanks I" Monsn.',ii'>i I.en/, and fie\- Silk loi th(-ir visits and blessings, and IM all Ihe olh(M' priests and sister^ \\liu visited me while in Children's Hospital I ap predated the care ni\en to me b\ the hospital stalls Ma\ God reward all of \'>n in' \ouv kind nesses. Vinccnl Hicke :'. fi'i Up In the division for grades 4-6, Lisa Klahn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klahn of Carroll won first place, and Amy J. Bier!, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Bierl of Carroll won second. Both students are fourth graders at St. Lawrence School. Third was won by Julie Rupiper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lerov Ruoioer and a fifth grader at Holy Angels School, Roselle. Awards for grades 7-9 went to three eighth graders, Kaylene Lenz, St. Lawrence School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Lenz. Carroll, first: C h e r' y 1 S p o r r e r, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sporrer. Dedham. D e d h a m - W i 11 e y School, second: and Michelle Rupiper daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rupiper. rural Carroll. Holy Angels School Roselle. third. Kuemper High School juniors won the awards in the 10-12 graders category. The students are Carol Longnocker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Longnecker, Carroll, first; Man Jo Lappe, CarroM. second; and Lois Nobiling. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward C. Nobiling. rural Glidden, third. The nine posters were judged along with about KM) others Friday night by Howard Johnson. Cecelia Elgrolh and Or. Bruce Lombard. The contest was sponsored in conjunction with state and international UC'T councils to promote safety among school children. Louis School was chairman of the local project Cash awards of $5, S3 and $2 will be made for each of the three places, respectively. The posters will be displayed in the front window of the old J.C . Penney building. First place winners will advance to further compelil ion at the UCT slat" convention at DubiKjue in May IMS Passed by the House By W. R. Ferguson (State Hep r escnt.itivp 5f>lh District i The House got off to a fast moving start last week, passing about 30 bills on Monday and Tue s d a y . However, the pace slowed somewhat on Wednesday when the legislature was visited by Iowa's congressional delegation. The visit was worthwhile however, as it is helpful to have both the legislature and the congressmen working in cooperation. The House has been working until 6 or 7 almost every evening in an attempt to complete the session soon. I'm afraid now it will be about May 3 or 4. I had previously predicted this week-end On Thursday the House got tangled up in a bill which would give a tax break to industry which installs pollution control equipment. It became an occasion for several members of the House to sound off on all sorts of tax theories. Several House members, especially those from the eastern border contend the aren will lose industries and many jobs to Illinois or other states if the bill is not passed Frankly I don't regard this as a tremendously important bill statewide, although it likely will encourage more industry to stay in Iowa and mean more jobs for the state. Also it may encourage more rapid installation of pollution control equipment. The Senate on Thursday passed the parochial school busing bill and made no changes in the House bill, so it is now on its way to the Governor for his signature. The House has gone to a sifting committee. This committee of 10 representatives has a tight control over which bills get to the calendar for debate. I'd like to remind officials of school districts and towns of less the 3500 that if they wish to use volunteer workers at the polls they must submit a list of those volunteers to the County Auditor by May 3 this year. The County Auditor then has the responsibility to make up an election panel from those volunteers which meet the requirements of the Auditor, who is the County Klection Commissioner. On FYiday the House passed several non-controversial bills as well as refusing to approve purchase of another airplane for the attorney general. The hill triggered a lot o f discussion and ended up authorizing a study of jus! what aircraft the stale arluallv does need Mine It With A Classified! (AltlMH- THANKS Th;mks In S;nnl Judo In nil the unixl pnrsls Ms(.;r Karholl. l-'.itlins Silk While. McAlpin. Smith ;iml Ompt-r for their pr;i\ ers ;iiid blessings I am Liratc-iul In I>rs . Nurses on 4th floor and Si si ITS for their put if Mice ;iud kindness, to neighbors. i elat \\ es and fruMids for flowers. pr;ivers. visits lieautiful eards a n d M a ssi's w h i I e I \v a s hospitah/ed (iod Uless sou all .ind keep \on close to him. Mrs Veronica Maher 3-95-lie A n n o u n c e in e n I s 6 FIFTH ANNUAL SIDEWALK ART FAIR Saturday, April 27 10a.m. to5p.m. DOWNTOWN CARROLL Exhibitors will show acrylics, oils, prints, sketches, water colors and 3-dimension (sculpture, pottery, ceramics, etc.) CARROLL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 6-91-HC C i) M E I N & S E E ' N e w tablecloths and placemats — ruffled edges — interesting color combinations. CLEMENTINE S fi-93-tfc Bid Information Meeting ; on New 5 Unit Senior Citizen Housing Complex Thursday, April 25 9:30 a.m. in the Coon Rapids Library Basement COON RAPIDS SP:NIOR CITIZEN HOUSING CORP. Business Services 14 REWARD YOURSELF with a ride in a Cherokee. Fisher Aviation. Inc. 792-9128. I4-89-61C •'REE STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. (.'I can inn. pressing and alterations. Phone 79'2-4:J33. I1R Cleaners. 14-95-tfe Business Services 14 JIM'S TREE SERVICE Carroll, Iowa Insured Reasonable rates Phone 792-1484 Jim Ransom Help Wanted Read The Want Ads JACOHSRN TRAVEL AGENCY 22fi E. Dili Phone 792-4431 Paul Fricke, Manner REPAIR & SERVICE Don't let mechanical failures and dclavcd service calls spoil your summer We give prompt expert service Call us for service 792-2029 TRAUSCH CO. INC. "Where To Go 17 If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20 f 'r this year, before you renew . Call Bill Gomito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 CARPETS CLEANED in your home or place of business by Von Scbrader — dry foam method Call today for free estimate. Nu-WAY CARPET CLEAN I NO 792-3898. 14-61-tfe TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt, attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WATTERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc FOR ALL chain saw sales & SERVICE. call or see Reinart Service. 7th & H wy. 30. Phone 792-212(1. . 14-77-.tf FOR ALL GASOLINE engine lawn mower repair call or see Reinart Service 7th & Hwy. 30. '•', 14-77-tf WANTED: GARDEN roto-tilling. 792-1157 before 9 A.M. or after 4: 30 P.M. 1 4-91 -6tc StfrviciivtsTt.il lloiisc'hnld Spill In ;i SuolU'SS Mouse Your CAKI'KTS clvmied and maintained bv tho world's li'adiMK professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture, flours, walls and complete Mouse-Wide ''leaniiiK Isn't this the dav to call 792-2155 for a free estimate 14-Kfi-tfe K of C STAG POSTPONED THIS WEEK A new date will be set later 17-y.i-ltr . SPECIAL PANCAKE SUPPER Every Wednesday 3 I lot Cakes Bulk Sausage. Coffee Jj)I. 2 Hot Cakes Bulk Sausage. Coffee $1. in lot Cakes o _ Coftee 00 C Served from n p.m. • 9 p m.. PAULINE'S CAFE BIRTHDAY CLUB Having a Birthda\ this Week" Celebrate it at REDCARPKTLOl'NGF-: I / PRICE •/*"* O.NTHEDI.NNKK Adults onl> Must Show II) (iood Monday thru Enday _ IT 'j'j'r.-uc Las Vegas Night Friday, April 26 Free Snacks Bring your friends and join in the fun I AMERICAN LEGION CLUB ROOMS I7-95-5U' Help Wanted EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESSES to tailor drapes. 792-41B8. 23-91-We Situation Wanted 24 LAWN MOWING jobs. Jim Tooley. Phone 792-2715 after 5 30 P.M. 24-91-tfp 12 Y R old hoy wants lawn mowing & odd jobs. Jeff Hanke 792-2305 24-95-2U- COLLEGE GIRL wants summer work beninning May 20 — i housework, etc i I584-299B. 24-95-3tp WILL DO laundry. 792-1432 24-94-.'itc Positions Available 26 BOOKKEEPING AND saleswork combination - full time. I am only interested in someone who wants a permanent position. Call 792-9(175 for interview 2fi-95-(itc WANTED EXPERIENCED beautician. Write Box C-3. '"< Daily Times Herald 2fi-93-3tc Farm Equipment 29 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 PART TIME waitress, evenings, student. Apply at Tony's Restaurant 23-95-5te SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.. Halb'ir. Iowa. Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222.' 41-91-481C "OR SALE: 9 ewes & 14 lambs. Ph. 689-2431. 41-94-3tp Wanted To Buy 53 WANTED USED swing set Used Picnic table. 792-1172 after 4 P M 53-94-31c For Sale 55 I'AKE SOIL the Blue Lustre way from carpets and upholsters Rent electric sham- pooer SI Coast to Coast Store. 55-95-He WILSON LITTLE League baseball glove. Brand new with nylon stitching. S7. See Duane at the newspaper office. 55-95-tfp CHANNEL CATFISH — ALIVE OR DRESSED. Farm pond stocking Evenings Addison Fish Market. Lanesboro. 55-93-61 p 10.000 BTU General Electric air conditioner. 110 volt. $60. Walnut buffet. S10. 792-1615 or 792-4780. 55-91-tfp MOTHER'S DAV and Graduation Cards — 1 rack. 15 ' a card. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-90-tfc USED RIDING lawn mower. S75.00 1712 i lifi7-338:! 55-93-3tc FOR SALE - Sod. delivered and laid Free estimates. 792-9640 after 5p.m. 55-93-6tc NOW DIGGING & PLANTING Evergreens, trees, flowering shrubs & windbreak materials. 2"2 Acre display — 2 blks east of Hospital. CARROLL NURSERY Phone 792-4623 55-82-tfc FOR SALE Investment properly. 2 story home. 1st Floor has :i bedrooms. f;inul> room, living riioin. diniiu; room & kitchen 2nd Kloor has 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room «.- kitchen Completely carpeted Fireplace nn 1st floor There is-a huge screened in porch Priced ri^ht Newer .') bedroom ranch with attached KnruHr. full basement with a fourth bedroom, finished rec room wilh bar. Other extras that make this home a real Imv in the lower 30's. Pudenz Agency Bob I'uclenx. |.;,- v Fudenz' 792-4946 792.9927 792-1440 Gary Kunecke 792-3239 63-95-itc RECEPTIONIST WANTED At Paige & Wandel Photography Full time. This job requires a mentally mature person. Job is diversified, demanding and interesting. Salary open. Call Tuesday for an interview. Phone 792-3484 26-9-1-2tc Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 22, 1974 8 For Sale 55 FOR SALE 2 Combination screen doors 32 x 80 1 Com ination screen door :)2 x !)() !j Large fuse boxes 2 Good 5 ft tubs 1 Old tub on le^s 2 (iood stools 1 Shower stall 1 CAT Antenna :i Kound flourescent ceiling lights FREE Drop siding — Storm windows. Plaster lathes — Some flooring boards. See at old Loft site. i north of The Villa i afternoons only. 55-M-l .'111' Hurry Bargains GARAGE SALE 1606 North West April 23 8A.M. 55-115-llc USED APARTMENT size gas range. Excellent working con- tition. 7!)2-323fi. 55-94-3tc SAVE GAS — ride a Suzuki motorcycle this summer. Bob's Sport Center. filB W. 8th St.. next to Farm Bureau Bldg. 55-61-tfc Mobile Homes 56 NOTICE - NEW Hours at our sales lot. We will always be ' open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 5 to 8 p.m. Saturdays 1 to 5 p.m. Phone 263-4500 for appointment at another time. Special this month — 14 X 60...$6.500 12 X 60...$5.500. Meyers Mobil Home Park & Sales, phone 792-4500 or 263-4500. 20-87-26tc Wanted To Rend 58 WANTED: 2 or 3 bedroom house or apartment by June 1st. Call 792-3580 anytime Saturday & Sunday — Weekdays after 4 P.M. ' 58-93-6tc For Rent or Sale 59 VENDER BLDG. at 306 North Main. Alter to suit. L.F. Vender. 792-3297 59-93-61C Houses For Sale 63 TO BUV or sell a home or farm, call Wilson Real Estate. Jerry Wilson or Doris .Wilson. 792-9605. 63-18-2tc FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 Bedroom Tri-level Home in Applewood Knolls. 2 Baths. 2 Car garage. Phone 792-3475 63-93-3IC Houses For Sale 63 If you are looking for quality and beauty in a home . . . have 2 homes to choose from in Glidden. * NEW 2 BEDROOM Finished basement with possibility of 3rd bedroom. I 1 .2 Garage — finished. * SMALL 2 BEDROOM New kitchen & bath. This home is completely carpeted. Garage. You MUST SEE THESE homes — they come hard to find. L. J. Roden —Broker Phone 659-3185 63-95-61C Read The Want Ads Houses For Rent 64 TO FINANCE the home of you. choice sec First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-29-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, furnished. 792-9652. 65-95-tfp 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment 792-9535 65-95-2tc UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom apt. Stove & refrigerator furnished. Separate dining room and large living room. Close to Holy Spirit Church. Call Twit Apartments 792-3310. 75-92-31C Used Cars& Trucks 71 1969 VW Squarback Sedan, automatic & low miles. $1395 Glidden Auto Sales. 71-95-ltc 1973 CHEV. Monte Carlo, Beautiful beige, with vinyl top, bucket seats. FacAir. full power. Michelin tires, new spare, low miles. McCAR- VI LLE& SON MOTORS. 71-95-ltc 68 Mercury Cougar, 2-dr. Hardtop. Call'684-7738. 71-90-6tp 73 CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr. sedan — power steering & brakes, factory air, tinted glass, padded roof, tilt wheel, plus many other extras — Local 1 owner 74 Dodge trade in with low miles. 72 Dodge Dart Swinger 2-dr. h'dtop. economical slant 6. power steering, padded roof, vinyl trim — Immaculate inside & out. \\TTTROCK MOTORS. 71-93-tfc Motorcycles 73 175 KAWASAKI S 7 trail bike 119711. Call 792-4298. 73-95-He FOR SALE Cultured sod. Delivered & laid. Experienced and reliable. In business in Carroll for 15 years. BROICH TREE SERVICE Call 792-9767 55-94-3lp PIZZA FAMILY NIGHT Every Tuesday 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. POP 10 ; (with Pizza) PITCHER OF POP '(with Pizza) PIZZA HUT SALAD 45" (with Pizza) SMALL PIZZAmeg. $1.95, $1.55 MED. PIZZAmeg. $3.15, 2.50 LARGE PIZZA m e g. $4.25, 3.40 Due to increased cost of cheese, meat, tomatoes, flour and pop syrup we have had to increase family night prices.

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