Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 17, 1974 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 17, 1974
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Hall Trial New-Side-Interest Continues Printed Pattern IOWA C I T V . Iowa (AP)—Rozetta Hallcock, a lab technician who made the hair identification in the Sarah Ann Ottens case, was expected to take the stand Friday in Johnson County District Court. James Hall. 20. of Toledo. Ohio, is charged with murder in the death of Miss Ottens of Morrison, 111., on March 13. 1973. Lt. Merlyn Mohr, a University of Iowa security detective, was questioned Thursday about a basin of reddish water found in the room where Miss Ottens. 20. a U of I nursing student, was slain. In other testimony. John Jutte. an Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent in charge of the investigation, said that hairs identified as Miss Ottens' were found in a search of Hall's room and were wedged under a shoelace eyelet. 'Under cross-examination, Jutte told the court that a shoe found near the body was never determined to have belonged to Miss Ottens. Jutte said it was assumed that the shoe belonged to her. Defense attorney William Tucker asked Jutte if investigators ever found the shoe's mate and Jutte said he was under the impression the state has the other shoe. Jutte was then asked if he had been aware of the fact that the matching shoe actually was never found and Jutte said he wasn't. Jutte testified that the shoe, along with other clothing, appeared to be the victim's clothing. COEDS HONORED Barbara Jons of Westside and Karlene Bahrenfus of Lake View were recently named to Torch and Tassel, an honorary organization for women who will be seniors at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. The organization recognizes women who have shown outstanding ability in scholarship, leadership and service on the college campus. The two were also inducted into the Order of the Keys. To be a member of the group, a woman must live on campus and have a 3.0 grade point average. Other local students inducted were Kris Lindsay of Glidden, a graduate of the college, Diane Harris of Scranton, Karla Parker of Coon Rapids and Becky Wollesen of Lake View, all sophomores. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Mine It With A Classified! All fops tut Hissifird ads ;md i-lnssilii'd display ndH nnisl IB- in I lit- Times Hrriilil li\ a a.m'. d;\>! lit- imlilii'iitiwi Mimduy thrimu" Kriday mid ft ,-i in »n S;iliin1ii\ In iiisiirr p«Mir!ilmiv CLASSIKIKII OISI'LAV PIT I'oltimn itu'h *' '" Additional msiTliims SI 511 CI.ASSinKIXA.SII WITH (Hll)KH lliu-day. pi'i word ^ Three days, por word Mi- Six days, prr word •'">' CAUll OK THANKS 2(1 words (if less *'' ! > 11 Over at wnrrts IHrpi-r wnl SIDE-Sn'Kl'T buttons accent the sleek lines. Sew this slimming daytimer with or without contrast, purchased trim. Choose linen, pique. Printed T a 11 e r n !l 4 S 4 : Half Sizes 10 y». 12^. MV-. IG 1 '?. 18 Vs. Size 14M, (bust 37) takes 2U yards tiO-inch. Si'iul $1.00 for each patti-rn. 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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 expires 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 BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 Immaculate three bedroom home with garage on North side. Includes many extras such as central air, dishwasher, water softener and garage door opener. For an appointment to see this lovely home call us today! Call: Pat Beck 792-1134 or Harvey Fleshner 792-1513, WANTED I am looking for a good personal, producing life agent who would like to move into management. We offer a fully vested contract, big overwrites, bonuses, group life and H and A, leads, and complete home office and field training of your agents. If you aren't making $25,000 a year take 5 minutes and write: Regional Director Rt. 1 Box 244 A Fairmedows South Sioux City, Nebraska 68776 23-II5-61C Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We with to thank all of our sons, relatives, neighbors and friends who remembered us on our Silver Anniversary. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Allie and Elaine Prebeck 3-117-ltp CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my many relatives and friends for all the cards and letters I received while I was a patient at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. A special thanks to Dr. Jensen. Dr. Skinner and the nurses on fourth floor for their excellent care. A thank you to Rev. Kinzler. Rev. Bosnian and Father Silk for their daily visits and prayers. It was all deeply appreciated. Tom Hessler 3-117-Hp ' LET DAILY TIMES HERALD ADVERTISING WORK FOR YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Announcements BRIDE ELECT: Sot up your bridal table in our shop Conic in and make your solrrtinns. CLEMENTINE'S fi-II 4-Hr Read The Want Ads GRAND OPENING SCHUMACHER CONSTRUCTION AND CABINETRY Breda East of Breda on Cemetery Road Saturday, MavlS 1 p.m.To 9 p.m. FREE COFFEE 8. COOKIES See our Custom Built Kitchen Cabinets on Display Register for FREE prizes Phone 673-4475 or 673-2822 6-1 I 7 He Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 17, 1974 14 Business Services 14 Announcements 6 NEEDED 55 High School or college girls to help with June ; 4, 1974 Primary Election. Will pay $2.00 per hour. Apply in person to Carroll County Auditor before May 23 — between 9 A.M. and 4 P.M. 17-1 17 lie FOR ALL GASOLINK engine lawn mower repair call or see Heinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. 14-77-tf St'KCIAL THIS week'only Your |iort;iblc typewriter power cleaned & adjusted for $<i.25 — rilihon Included. Matiaul type — $12.50. Carroll Typewriter Service —I'I\.7!12-:i2'm. PARK GARDENS open Sunday. May 19 — 1 to 5 P.M. Special: tomato & cabbage 59c a pak. 6-117-2tc Lost 7 LOST \VIUK rimmed glasses 7!I2 1177. LOST: SHIELD for spreader — on Willey blacktop from Country Club or north of Highway 'M rest area on gravel road. Mark Bauer 702-925(5. 7-115-4tc If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at 1 ' least 20% this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance' 792-3805 <X)R ALL chain saw sales & SERVICE, call or sec Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. 14-77-tf Business Services 14 KHKK SI'ORAGK of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 7()2-43;):(. HR Cleaners M-!l5->,"c TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WAT- TKRS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc We'll Pay M.10 For 100 PENNIES REALTOR Action in SKLLING and a greater selection in BUYING contact a member of the MULTIPLK LISTING SERVICE Members are: Comes Real Estate Comito Real Kstate Grotcmen Agency 0. J. Murphy. Realtor Puclenz Real Kstate Thelen Agency Wilson Real Kstate Business Services 14 K r o m a Household Split to n Spotless House -=, Your CARl'KTS cleaned and maintained hy the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture, tiimrs. wails and complete House-Wide Cleaning Isn't this the day to call 792-2155 for a tree estimate. 14-66-lfc Where To Go 17 ELK'S CLUB Saturday May 18 Sing-A-Long from 9p.m. to la.m. with Marie at the Organ Dine from 6:30 p.m. in the Fireside Room. Come and have fun at the ELK'S 17-II6-2U' Where To Go 17 Read the Wall Street Journal's bad news while eating good food at the PIZZA HUT. KING AND QUEEN NIGHT K. of C. HALL Saturday Night 9:00 P.M. Be sure to come and Invite your friends for a Night of fun and Games every Saturday. Open to the public. Seating for over 280 players Bar refreshments available. Fun for young and old alike. 350 500 17-9'J-2tc NEW LISTING Very attractive l'/ 2 story Cape Cod, ideal floor plan, new kitchen plus dining room, 1M> bath, 3 bedrooms-1 down-2 up, all carpeted, full basement & garage. Good south side location. Won't last long at $21,500. COMES REAL ESTATE Roy Comes 792-4295 or 792-1679 Wayne Halbur 792-2866 63-1L6-2U' FORD 1 LINCOLN Sp^cfol Each deposit Insured to $20,000-' FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK CE HIKE' I NOT HERE! We anticipated the price increase and ordered ahead to save you money: Over 50 new cars in stock to choose from. All models. All sizes. Look 'em over now. FREE! Set of 4 Oldsmobile Vintage Drinking Glasses with each Demonstration Drive during PETERS MOTORS FULL LINE ANNIVERSARY SALE Ends May 20 SPECIAL CARS. SPECIAL FACTORY DISCOUNTS Extra Customer Savings! Cutlass Supreme Colonnade Hardtop Coupe 20 OLDSMOBILES IN STOCK 2 CADILLACS IN STOCK 16 BUICKS in stock Select From Over 65 NEW MODELS. PETERS MOTORS, Inc. GM Transportation Center Hiway 30 West Phone 792-4352 Phone George Busche 792-3853, Phone Blackie Mechura792-2483 or Phone Lloyd Franz 792-1164 SPECIAL BUYS RIGHT NOW ON DEMOS, DAILY RENTALS, AND DRIVER'S-ED CARS. SAVE BIG ON THESE. 2-LTDS, 1 Wagon, 1 Galaxie 500, 1 Pinto Squire. GOOD SELECTION OF EXPLORER PICKUPS 1/2 Ton and % Ton HUGE SAVINGS ON SPECIAL PACKAGES! HERE'S JUST A FEW OF THE USEiD CARS AND TRUCKS 'ON OUR BIG LOT! 73 MERCURY COMET 2 door, 6 cyl., automatic, power steering, 14,000 mites, real clean one. 72 DODGE DART Swinger 2 door hardtop, V-8 automatic, power steering, vinyl top, new radial tires, sharp. '71 CADILLAC ELDORADO loaded one owner, not too many of these around, , take a look. '72 FORD 3/4 TON SPORT CUSTOM V-8, automatic, power steering and brakes, air cond. 2 tanks, camper special, tutone, nice one! 71 TOYOTA CORONA MARK II 2 door hardtop, 4 cyl., automatic, power steering, air, new tires, economy with luxury. 70 MERCURY MONTEREY 4 door, V-8, automatic, power steering, air corv , ditioning, vinyl roof, extra clean. '72 CHEVY 4-WHEEL DRIVE automatic, power steering, tutone, all mud and snow tires, not many around. '64, INTERNATIONAL 1V 4 TON CHASSIS CAB V-8, 4 speed. QUICK AND EASY TERMS AVAILABLE FORD MERCURY CARROLL, Ifl. "WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOU' LINCOLN FORD, .MERCURY

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