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Hoover Seminars At West Branch By Iowa Daily Press Association WEST BRANCH Economists, historians and political science professors from 51 universities and colleges are participating in the Hoover seminars being held at the Hoover Library this year, the centennial of the birth of Herbert Hoover. The Hoover Library Association has held two of the seminars, those for the winter and spring, and will hold two more, one in the summer and one in the autumn. At the seminars, which run three days, seven professors give papers on an aspect of the career of Mr. Hoover, and that is followed by a discussion with two professors leading the talk about each of the seven papers. Power Firm Plans Refunds on Natural Gas DES MOINES. Iowa (AP)— lowa Power says a plan has been filed with the Iowa Commerce Commission for distribution of nearly $3.6 million to its firm gas cutomers supplied with gas purchased from Northern Natural Gas Co. If the plan is approved, company officials say they will apply credits to the July bills for the entire amount due each customer receiving gas service as of July 1. The average refund for a home heated with gas will be approximately $25. said the utility firm. Mark Putney, senior vice president, said Monday the credits are possible because the Federal Power Commission is settling a rate increase request by Northern Natural Gas Co. at a lower level than Northern had requested. Putney said Northern has filed a new request with the FPC for a 13.5 per cent increase in wholesale gas rates which is likely to become effective late in 1974. and result in higher bills for gas customers. Iowa Power purchases gas from Northern Natural for dis-; tribution in the Des Moines metro area. Adel. Ankeny. Avoca, Carlisle, Dallas Center, Missouri Valley <arKh approximately 40 other central and western Iowa communities. Couple Takes California Trip ARCADIA - Mr. and Mrs. Sexton returned home Friday evening from a month's trip to San Diego, Calif., where they visited her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reichow and her aunt Mrs. Mabel Wirt. The Sextons, with their host, spent a weekend in the Palm Springs area and also visited points of interest in the San Diego area. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vetter were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Satterlee and Brian of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Vetter and Mrs. Rosa Vetter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simons, Ricky and Brian spent Mother's Day weekend in the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grandgenatt home at Corwith. 2 CPAs Fined on Tax Charges SIOUX CITY, Iowa (API- Fines were assessed in U.S. District Court against two Sioux City certified public accountants found guilty of federal income tax charges. U.S. District Judge Edward McManus Monday ordered Gordon R. Swanson, 52, to pay $3,000 on each of two counts of wilfull failure to file federal income tax returns for 1970 and 1971. Glenn F. Gaffey was fined $2,500 on each of two counts on the same charge. The two men, partners in the firm of Shipley and Swanson CPAs, had been found guilty of the charges in late January. Court records showed that Gaffey and Swanson each had gross incomes of $23,288 in 1970 and $22,615 in 1971. TWO SPEAKERS Two candidates for the Democratic nomination for the 55th representative district will speak at the Carroll County Democratic Women's Club meeting Thursday, instead of three as previously reported. Jim Ryerson and Carroll Perkins, both of Jefferson, will be guest speakers. The winter seminar discussed the career of Mr. Hoover while he was feeding the Europeans during World War I, and the spring seminar discussed his service as Secretary of Commerce. 1921-1928. The third seminar, to be held during the Centennial period. Aug. 7-9. will consider the presidency. 1929-1933. and the autumn seminar will dwell on his post-presidency career. Schools represented in the seminars are: Beloit College. University of Kansas. New York University. Harvard University. Morningside College. Kenyon College, University of Massachusetts, University of Southern California. New York State University at Genesco. Claremont Men's College. University of California at Santa Barbara. Oregon State University, University of Chicago. Stony Brook State University of New York, University of New Brunswick. University of Michigan. Center for Study of the Presidency, New York, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. University of Minnesota. Grand View College, Iowa State University. Stanford University. York University. Fordham University. Elmhurst College. Northern Illinois University. New York University at New Platz. State University of Iowa. Southern Illinois University. Augustana, 111. College. Coe College. Cornell University. Iowa Wesleyan College. St. Ambrose College. Grinnell College. Pepperdine University. Drake University. Cornell College. Georgetown University, Kansas State University, California State University at Sacramento, Pennsylvania State University, Patterson. N.Y. College. Vanderbilt University. University of Maryland, Notre Dame University. Monmouth College. O'Rourke Buys Casino . : Harold.,0'Roiirke purchased -Mac's' Ga-sino Cafe on Highway 30 west Tuesday morning from Andrew Carruthers. The restaurant will be operated as a corporation. O'Rourke said. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Staiert will be the managers. O'Rourke is the manager of the Carroll Country Club. He said that no changes are planned for the restaurant at the present. The Casino was started more than 40 years ago by the late C. H. (Mac) Hermsen, who since 1962 had been in partnership with his son-in-law, Carruthers, and daughter. Corn Planting is 72% Done DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service reports that fieldwork in Iowa was slowed during the week ending May 13 because of cool, cloudy weather and rain—mainly in the eastern half of the state. Precipitation was above normal except in southwest and south central districts where near normal amounts were recorded. The Service said Monday in its weekly report that corn planting is 72 per cent complete compared with 18 per cent a year ago. The average completion per centage for the period of 1968 through 1972 is 58 per cent. Soybeans plantings are 12 per cent complete compared with the average of 16 per cent. A year ago soybean planting was just starting, the service said. However, some farmers are delaying planting until soil temperatures are warmer. The condition of oat stands are fair to excellent. Clover and alfafa stands are making good growth. Most pastures are good but are slow in making growth. PALMER TO VISIT CITY State Senator, Bill Palmer, one of the Democratic candidates for Lt. Governor, plans a visit to Carroll Thursday, May 16. He will stop at the Elks Club that evening and also the Democratic Women's meeting at the IPS building. Awards at Band Fete Numerous awards were presented during the Carroll Community High School band picnic Monday night at Graham Park shelterhouse. Nearly all of the band students attended to receive an award or support the others, John Erickson. band director, said. Maureen Ohde and Ted Gnam were presented outstanding musician awards from Roger Hansen, vocal director. The awards are given to seniors with the most contribution and participation in both instrumental and vocal music. Erickson will repeat the presentation during the vocal music awards day. Karen Hansen and Randy Petersen received outstanding instrumental music awards, which are presented to band members only. In the senior band. Maureen Ohde, Janet Eissens and Ted Gnam received awards for the Northwest Honor Band contest held in Cherokee. Awards for the Northwest Junior Band Festival were presented to Rita Harmening and Rosalind Fair. Tony Hulsebus and Holly Evans received other junior band awards. Junior high students who received 1 plus ratings in the Northwest Iowa Grade and Junior High Festival at Storm Lake were recognized. Those earning awards were Keith Petersen, Brad Hoffman. Jim Schaefer, Tony Hulsebus and Holly Evans. Students who received awards for contest rating in each of the three years eligible in the Storm Lake competition were John Merritt. Holly Evans, Mike Schaefer. Craig Osborn and Tony Hulsebus. Stage band members all received pins for their participation. Senior twirlers Diane McDonald and Cindy Sunderman were recognized, as well as the senior majorettes Jill and Jeri Krogh. Band officers. Ted Gnam. president, Pam Jung, vice president, and Cindy Sunderman. secretary, were given certificates of recognition. Pins and certificates for four years participation in the band were presented to 14 seniors. The students were Karen Hansen, Pam Jung. MaureenOhde, Debbie> Osborn. Ted Gnam. Randy Petersen. Jill Krogh. Jeri Krogh, Kerry Sides, Cindy Sunderman. Dennis Darveau. Diane McDonald. Deanna Peters and Becky Thede. Most of the band students received certificates of merit for a full year's participation in band activities. The certificates are comparable to athletic letters. Meatcutters Set to Return COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa ( A P (—Striking meatcutters were scheduled to return to work Tuesday at the Beefland International packing plant in Council Bluffs. Frank West, board chairman and president of American Beef Packers Inc. of Omaha, plant operator, said Beefland should be operating at capacity. He said the plant can slaughter 2,200 head of cattle a day and process 1,200. Beefland had been operating on a limited basis since members of District 271 of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America went on strike May 2. Union members voted 203 to 92 Sunday to end the strike, which affected 650 workers. Gilbert L. Simonson, international vice president of the union, said slaughter workers receive an 80-cents-an-hour raise over three years, while processing workers get raises of $1.11 per hour over three years. In addition, he said, workers will be guaranteed cost-of-living wage adjustments every six months beginning next July 1. He said the first cost-of-living increase will amount to about 12 cents. Union officials said the minimum wage for slaughter workers had been $4.10 an hour, becoming $4.25 per hour with acceptance of the new contract. They said processing workers had been receiving $3.50 an hour and that figure has been raised to $3.80 an hour. Union members said their negotiators told them both the union and company would withdraw federal court litigation which stemmed from the strike. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 There's Gold In Your Attic! All wp\ fur rlaxsilit'd ads mul classified ilispbv ails must lie in I hi 1 Times Ik-rnlcl liy <\ ii in tlay nl piililii'iilnin Monday through Kriiliix and H :i in on Saturday In insure puhlu'alitin (I.ASSIKIKI) DISPLAY Per minimi nirh . , $1 71) AddilKinal msrrliims $1-50 CI.ANSIKIKI) (ASH WITH (Hll)KK One dn\. |ii'r wuril I" 1 ' TliiTe days, per word '•"><' Six da\ s, per wurd -M' CAKI) OK THANKS 211 words or less -&M Over 20 words !"<' IHT word Card of Thanks 3 CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our many friends in Dedham who furnished food and to those who participated in putting on the skit. Also our Dedham and Carroll friends for the gift of money and to everyone who in any way made our farewell party such a happy occasion. A special thanks to Dean & Donna Ankenbauer. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our Insurance and Bank customers for their support over the past 20 years. The community of Dedham has been great to us and we know your new Managers, Jack and Marge Stangl will continue to give you the same service as we tried to give you in the past 20 years. We will miss you and we certainly will not forget all of your kindness to us. HAROLD & LIZ RICE CARD OK THANKS We extend a very sincere thank you to our children, relatives. neighbors and friends for the beautiful flowers, gifts and cards we received at the celebration of our twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Your kindness and thoughtfulness on this memorable occasion will always be remem bered. Lawrence and Millie Sporrcr 3-114-ltp Announcements .JUNIOR SUMMER Basketball League. Ages 15-19. Contact Michael KclK 792-2212. H-ll)9-Hlp BRIDE ELECT: Set up your bridal table in our shop. Come in and make your selections. CLEMENTINE'S. 6-114-tlc Lost -1,'nmvwiKK 792 1177 d. , Sees Increase in Beef Supply AMES, Iowa (AP)—An Iowa State University economist believes there is a good chance for at least a 3 to 4 per cent increase in beef production for 1974. .Gene Futrell. a livestock marketing specialist, said that while placements have been down for the past year, he believes faster gains and placement of heavier cattle on feed will keep the spring and summer slaughter cattle supply near or slightly above last year. He also cited other factors, including the prospect that slaughter of cows and other non-grain-fed cattle will continue larger than in 1973 and that a larger number of feeder cattle will be available for placement in feedlots. Imports are likely to exceed last year's level, he added. Futrell said a long-term up- trend in consumption of beef by Americans ended dramatically last year. Per capita use took a dip of 6Mj pounds, falling from 116 pounds in 1972 to 109'/a pounds in 1973, he said, adding it was the first significant drop in average consumption in many years. Futrell said the drop in consumption was prompted by an equally surprising decline in fed cattle maretings—the first decline in 15 years. Total cattle slaughter for the year was down 6 per cent, he said. Although some analysts forecast a shortage of beef 'later this year, Futrell believes there is a better chance that supply and consumption will show a moderate increase. He noted that slaughter for the first three months of the year was up 1 per cent. But he said the beef produced increased 2 per cent because average market weights were considerably higher, due to delayed marketings. Business Services 14 FRKK M'ORAGK of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners 14-95-tie Read The Want Ads TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WAT- TKRS' 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 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 Estate Gretemen Agency • 0. J. Murphy. Realtor Puden/, Real Estate Thelen Agency Wilson Real Estate K r o m a Household Spot to a Spotless House Your CARPKTS cleaned and maintained by the world's leading professional rle;inin>> systems — carpets, furniture. floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning Isn't this the dav to call 792-21SS for a free estimate M-66-tfc WHY SHOULD Seagulls have all I he fun" Fisher Aviation. Inc. 792-9I2H. 14-109-lik- SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS on Heating — Plumbing Air Conditioning MAYTAG— Washers & Dryers AM ANA— Refrigerators. Air Cond. MAGICCHEF-Ranges KITCHENAID— Dishwashers Call: DREES CO. for TODAY SERVICE Phone: 792-2863 'Home of Dependable Service' STARTER. GENERATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. :)0. Phone 792-2126. 14-tc INSULATION Call for free estimate. INSULATION IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS D&M Insulation Co. Box 156 Phone 792-3707 Carroll. Iowa SPECIAL THIS week only Your portable typewriter power cleaned & adjusted for 86.25 — ribbon included. Maiiaul typo — 812.50. Carroll Typewriter Service — Ph. 792 -.1248. 14-m-titc Where To Go 17 WED.-FRI.-SAT. ENTERTAINMENT PAT'S COUNTRY VARIATIONS FOR KINK KOOD- DRINKS — KNTKRTAINMKNT JAc. RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 17-IH-IIc Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Q Tuesday, May 14, 1974 O Where To Go 17 EVERY WEDNESDAY SPECIAL VA Chicken French Fries, Roll, Salad $150 FOR I-TNK FOOD — UUINK.S ENTEKTA 1NMENT (Dabby. rAITMAMT » KBSTAUUANT 17-7S-1U' Sales Help 21 ARE YOU READY To take thiil important step thai will lead to financial success? We have an ususual sales opportunity which can mean $10.000 to $15.000 or more your first year and also rapid advancement to management. Kxcel- Icnl training program. S700 a month to start Phone Don Grosz (712) 263-4904 Between 5 P.M. and 7 P.M. Tiies.. May 14 or Thurs.. May IB 2I-II3-4U- SALES OPPORTUNITY - we need an aggressive person to begin a rewarding career as a professional. Our company is well established, our products well proven. We offer a guarantee with unlimited income, fine fringe benefits, excellent working conditions. Contact John Morrison, sales manager. Herman Ford-Mercurv. Inc.. Carroll. Iowa 51401. 21-111-ltc SALESPERSON For new expansion store. Salary plus commission. Apply in person during store hours. CARPET WORLD Carroll. Iowa •JI-IIW-HU Help Wanted 23 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 \V A N T K 1) : FULL time man . . . Prefer married. Paid holidays. Uniforms furnished. Call between 4 and 7 P.M. 792-1)625. 23-114-3tc BABYSITTER FOR the summer. 12-5. 5 days a week. Call after 6 792-3421. 23-114-3tc CONSTRUCTION HELP wanted at Farmers Elevator. Yetter. Apply in person. 23-lll-18tc MOTHER'S HELPER wanted: Care for 1 infant. Live in. Own room. For minimum of one year. Boston. Write: Mrs. Phillip (lorclon — 1856 Beacon St. — B r o o k I i n e. Massachusetts 0214ti. 23-109-121c Situation Wanted 24 PAINTING & Shingling dune at ver\ reasonable rales. Call 71)2-1259 after 5 p.m. 24-1I3-3U' WILL TAKE care of elderly person in their home. Write Box K-ll. r rl)aily Times Herald. 24-114-2tp Positions Available 26 WANTED: BEAUTICIAN 792-3758. 26-114-Stc WANTED: BUYER to operate area hog buying station. Must have good livestock and farming background. Buying experience preferred but will train right man. Write Box X-24. Daily Times Herald. Carroll. 26-ll2-6tc HOMES FOR SALE in Manning, la. Nice large 3 bedroom home, with beautiful kitchen. Dining room, living room \ Den or could be a bedroom. Completely carpeted up & down. Near new gas furnace. Garage. Large lot. close to church. Long term FHA loan can be assumed by qualified buyer. Near New Small 2 bedroom home 2 bedrooms, living room. & kitchen & car port, full basement with gas furnace. This is a nice little dream home. Other 2 & 3 bedroom homes available. Merle Stoelk - Broker Phone 263-3931 Manning, Iowa 63-114-ltc Eight Top Tops Printed Pattern VVIwt do you lined most ot iill now? Tops, lops, tops to u-ani with pants, skirls, shorts all through summer. Whip up s great shirts and over-blouses in cotton, polyester. Printed Pat.t.eru !)37S: Misses' Sizes s. Hi, 12. M. 1fi. Is. Yardages in pattern. Srnd $1.00 for i-iirli putiiTii. Add 2-V 1 for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin ', Uail> Times Herald Pattern Dept., J3i» \Vcsl ISih St.. Xf\v York. X. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. ONKFKKK I'ATTKKNoi'ynm- Hmii-f in send lor, mil- fr, •>• pain-rn inside XK\Y SPUING- sr.M.MKI! PATTKIIX CATALOG. Ion styles, all Si/es. free paiii'i-n coupon. Send 7."' now SEW.. KNIT llool; with basic tissue paiti-rn. . .SI.2" Instant Fashion Honk si.OO Instant Sewing P.ook $1.00 Positions Available 26 SECRETARY FOR general work — typing, filing, bookkeeping. Write Box U 21. r r Daily Times Herald. 26-114-3tc Read The Want Ads Farm Equipment 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.. Halbur. Iowa. Seeds & Feeds 34 FOR SALE STARTER FERTILIZER 5-30-10 5 Tons - Bagged FARMERS GRAIN AND LUMBER CO. Carroll, Iowa 792-9820 34-111.5lc Farm Machinery 33 !•'()!( SALI'i. Owiitnnriii win- druwi'C with M hi'iid Ctiriiplclt: with hfiy conditioricr A 1 con ditiori Don I'.ccki'i 1 C;ini;irv«»n liM 2!Mi :ci IH :<ip Livestock For Sale 41 HOARS SPOTTKDI'OLANh &HAMPSIHKKS The fast growing kind l.tuit MM-. market toppers Nice selection H.R.&Chas. Curtis Churdan, Iowa I'H:B85-.WO PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. 41-9U8tc DUROC BREEDING stock, any age. Priced reasonable. Also Hereford bulls, serviceable age. Hockett & Son Manning 653-0314. 41-112-l8tp 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. 4 3-73-He BOOKEY PACK WK NEED *OUK FED CATTLE Phone Don Clark 515-386-3330. Jefferson Plant Phone 515-266-3146. Des Momes 43-17-1tc Miscellaneous 48 REASONABLE TREE trimming and removal. 792-1589. 4 -109-12tc Wanted To Buy S3 WANTED TO Buy — Used youth size golf clubs. 792-9518 after 5 p.m. 53-99-tfp For Sale 55 TWO 120 Ib. air shocks. Very reasonable. 673-2716. 55-114-3tp DAD AND GRAD cards — 15c rack. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-114-tfc SERVICE FOR 12 Noritake China. 8 Sherberts & goblets — cut glass — Dolly Madison pattern. 1847 Rogers silverware — service for 8.677-2424. Vail 55-114-tfc GIRL'S CLOTHING—sizes 3 mo. to 6 yr. Excellent condition 667-3360. 55-114-41C IT'S TERRIFIC the way we're selling Blue Lustre to clean rugs and upholstery. Rent shampooer SI. Coast to Coast Store. 55-114-ltc EMERY GRINDER. Stand power hack saw. Floor model drill press. Band saw. Jig saw. New wall oven & Plate wall furnace — gas. Electric welder. Ox acetyleen welding torch. Steer door frames. Shower base. Metal kitchen cabinets. Birch plankdoors. ' 2 Ton chain hoist. . Tap & die set. Overhead door tracks. Many small tools. L. F. Yender — Phone 792-3297. 55-111-tfc NEW LISITNG North side. 3 bedroom older home featuring large living room, kitchen & family room. Attached garage. Well located. Priced to sell at $17.500 Call Todav. ilson Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson—792-9605 „.,„.„,. Jistate • 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 an 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: 12-31-74 would mean that your paper ex' pires Dec. 31,1974.) 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 1 year $20.00 6 mos. $11.00 3 mos. $6.00 DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 792-3573

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