Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 19, 1974 · Page 8
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 19, 1974
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Fireworks OK for July 4th ByJOHNSTOWELL Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) Americans can enjoy the patriotic and defeaning boom of firecrackers this Fourth of July after all. The government just asks that you be careful. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission voted 5-0 Monday, just six hours before its midnight firecracker ban was to have taken effect, to grant Chinese and U.S. fireworks firms a public hearing on their objections. That stays the ban, new safety standards and labeling for other types of fireworks at least 30 days. "The commission has not made any determination of the merits of the issues raised," a spokesman said. "It has only determined that objections meet the legal test to require a hearing." Fireworks manufacturers and traders from Taiwan, Macao, Hong Kong and Oklahoma had complained that the proposed federal crackdown might stick them with $50 million worth of newly banned hazardous substances. They argued in a petition submitted last Friday that the hazard of at least some small firecrackers could be reduced to "acceptable levels," and that certain other legal requirements of the law had not been met in the commission's proposed actions. The commission estimated that 6,600 persons were treated in hospital emergency rooms for fireworks-related injuries last year. It concluded that while new performance standards could make most fireworks, including some- rockets safer, there appeared to be no way to improve firecrackers short of a ban. • Commissioner Barbara Franklin said the proposed ban, even though stayed, "heightened peoples' awareness of firecrackers" through the widespread publicity it received. "We've done as much as we can for this Fourth of July," she said. The proposed regulations were opposed-by-a segment of the $180-mi Mi on-a-year industry supplying two-thirds of the rockets and one-third of the firecrackers sold in the United States. The domestic segment of the industry, the American Pyrotechnics Association, whose members do not make firecrackers, supported the proposed ban. Hawaii was twice rebuffed in its requests for an extension of the public comment period. The state attorney general, acting governor and chamber of commerce argued that firecrackers play an important role in Chinese-American religious and cultural celebrations. Audubon Sheriff Appoints Deputy AUDUBON — Laverne Strasser of Keota, has started work here as a deputy sheriff. Sheriff Bill Shaw appointed Strasser as the new deputy from a list of applicants who were given a civil service examination. It is the first such sheriff's appointment under a new state law which requires deputies to be protected by civil service regulations. Strasser, who is married and the father of two children, was a police officer at Keota. He replaces Wilber Dorman on Shaw's staff. Duane Avey is the other deputy. Dorman left to join the Harlan police force. Elk Horn Man Faces Charges Fall Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pudenz of Mt. Carmel announce the engagement of their daughter Terri to Rick Glass of Arcadia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grole of Mt. Carmel. A Nov. 16 wedding is being planned atMt. Carmel. Boys, Girls State Posts for Youths DEDHAM — Marie Wiskus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wiskus, and Dan Pomeroy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Merle Pomeroy, all of Dedham, obtained various posts at Girls and Boys State in the past two weeks. Miss Wiskus was a Federalist party member at Girls State, held at the University of Northern Iowa campus. She was a precinct caucus councilman and a ward caucus councilman nominee. She was later elected ward councilman and approved appointments of the mayor. Miss Wiskus ran for the office of attorney general in the state primary and was campaign manager for the Federalist candidate for governor. Dan Pomeroy was a member of the Nationalist party of Boys State held at Camp Dodge. He was elected secretary of the convention's rules and order committee, secretary of his city's caucus and a delegate to the state party convention. Pomeroy served as chairman of his city's delegation at the convention. After his. election 'as city lawyer, Pomefb'y was appointed to the 10-man judiciary commission, the Boys State Supreme Court, and the state Board of Pharmacy. Both youths participated in the Boys and Girls State choruses. Pomeroy was pitcher of his city's softball team. Virginia Man Visits Parents AUDUBON — Robert Morris Hansen, 22, of Elk Horn, Thursday was charged in district court here with malicious injury to a building. The charge grew out of an incident early that day at a tavern owned by Arnold Christensen at Kimballton. Christensen filed the charge. - Hansen was arrested on a warrant and held overnight in the county jail. He was released Friday on 1 $500 bond after an appearance before District Court Magistrate Joe Sklenar. Christensen claimed that Hansen broke windows in his tavern. Legal Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Public auction of the followina real estate in Dedham will be held Sunday, June 23, 197.1, at the site at 1:00 P.M.; Lot Seven, Block Six, Town of Dedham, Carroll County, Iowa. Terms will be cash, with 20% down on the day of sale and balance upon delivery of court officer's deed and abstract showing marketable title. Possession will be given immediately. For information, contact Harold Wieland, Carroll, Iowa, or Clayton Irlbeck, Dedham, Iowa, auctioneers, or one of the executors. ANTON A. KLOCKE ESTATE ALFRED B. KLOCKE. Dedham, Iowa WILBUR A. KLOCKE, Carroll, Iowa EXECUTORS June 12, 1"), 1974 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. 10738 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF George W. Marget, Sr. Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF George W. Marget, Sr. Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 11th day of June, 1974, the Last Will and Testament of George W. Marget, Sr. deceased bearing date of the 20th day of May, 1967, was admitted to probate in the above named Court and that Robert G. Marget 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 forever 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 11th day of June, 1974. Robert G. Marget Executor of said Estate Sigourney, Iowa 52591 BAUMERT & GERARD Attorneys for said Executor Professional Building, P.O. Box 147 Sigourney, Iowa 52591 Date of second publication 19th day of June, 1974. June 12, 19, 1974 Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 There's Gold In Your Attic! All ropy Tur classified mis ;mci classified displny nils musl liu in I hi' Times llonild by !l ;i in day iif puhllciiliiin Monday IhniUKh Friday and H :un nn Snturdny tn insure publication fl.ASSIFIKI) DISPLAY I'or column inrh $1711 Addilinnal insertions $1.50 CI.ANSIKIKI) CASH WITH (IRI)KR One day. per word 12e Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word :)Be CARD OK THANKS 2(1 words or less $2.5(1 Over 2(1 words Hie per wiiii W K ARK moving to new location soon — come in and take advantage of all the sale items. Clementine's 6-144-tfc CASH & CARRY CLEANERS ANNOUNCE New Summer Hours Beginning Friday, June 21 We will close at 6 P.M. on Fridays 2 P.M. on Saturdays Personals Is Drinking a Problem? Call 792-1344, 8 to 4:30 or 792-1197 Evenings CARROLL CO. ALCOHOLISM SERVICE CENTER 814 N. Main So. Entrance Harry Bohnenkamp, Director Business Services 1 OUR NKVV Archer is here. Let us give you an introductory flight." Fisher Aviation. Inc 792-9128. 14-144-10tc If your auto insurance ' premium hasn't dropped at least 20 % this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax fl< Insurance 792-3805 WALL LAKE - Dr. Gerald Schluter of Alexandria, Va., came Saturday evening and spent the weekend in the home of his mother, Mrs. Emil Schluter. While here, he called on his father, Emil Schluter vho is a patient at the Manning hospital. Mrs. Lois Salzar and family of Omaha were weekend guests in the Harry Cook home. Additional Sunday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zable of Galva. A Tuesday afternoon visitor in the home of Mrs. Minnie Bielema was Mrs. Marcell Morley of Fairfield. Rochelle, Susan and Mathew Stock of Omaha are spending this week in the Claude Tounget home while their parents are in Denver, Colo., on business. Kathleen Tounget of Omaha was a weekend guest. Mr. and Mrs. Fike Gerdes were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Gary Weachter home at Fort Dodge. GLFW Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Schwanz with nine members present. Games were played and prizes given. Local Couples Attend Wedding WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mr and Mrs. Bill Rohde left Friday for Denver, Ind., where they attended the wedding of Terry Rohde and Debbie Mains at the Baptist Church on Saturday evening. Stanley Rohde returned home with them on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koch and Mrs. Lorretta Anderson of Boyer were Tuesday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. IdaNissen. 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 ad in our office. EVERY SATURDAY AT 1P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY— 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. SATURDAY. JUNE 221:00 P.M. Rain date Monday June 24th 6:30 P.M. Furniture & Household items sale. 827 North Court Street Carroll. Iowa Margaret Biller owner. Wieland & McCarville Auctioneers. SATURDAY. JUNE 22- PUBLIC AUCTION Land auction. Farm No. 1 177 acres Carroll County land — starting at 10:00 a.m. Farm No. 2 — 160 acres Audubon County land — starting at 11:00 a.m. W. K. Cooney Estate Mrs. George Keeley Exec. Lynn Byerly auctioneer. SUNDAY, JUNE 231:00 P.M. 3 bedroom home & lot — furniture & household items. Anton A. Klocke Estate owner. In the town of Dedham, Iowa Wieland & Irlbeck Auctioneers. MONDAY, JUNE 24— 10 A.M. August C. Hansen Estate. Sac City. 176 Acre farm. 3 Miles west, 2' •> south and ' i west of Sac City. Albrect & McCrea, auctioneers. TUESDAY, JUNE 25— PUBLIC AUCTION 6:30 P.M. House, lot and furniture of the Tony Pittman Estate in Roselle. Iowa. McCarville & Wieland auctioneers. SATURDAY, JUNE 29— PUBLIC AUCTION. New Lumber Auction. 1:30 P.M. In Roselle. Bob Hulsing, Owner. Gary Rupiper, auctioneer. JACOBSEN TRAVEL AGENCY 225 E. nth Phone 792-4431 Paul Fricke,' Manager WANT TO do roofing. Farm & home. Free estimates. Compare, i 712) 659-3843. Tom Sheets. U-140-40U: From a Household Spot tg^a .Spotless House Your CARPETS cleaned and maintained by the worlds leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture, floors, walls and nplete House-Wide Cleaning Isn't this the day to call 792-2155 for a free estimate M-66-tfc FREE STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-95-tfc TELEVISION SERVICE Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WATTERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON THE LATEST CONCEPTS OF INSURANCE PLANNING FOR: * Life * Disability Income * Hospital-Surgical * Major Medical * HR 10-Keogh Plan * Group Life—Medical * Pension & Profit Sharing KENNETH D. EBNER THE BANKERS LIFE 104 West 5th St.. Carroll. Iowa Office Phone: 712-792-9302 Home Phone: 712-792-4083 For the latest market quotations and information on Listed National Over-the-Counter Local Over-the-Counter Corporate and Municipal bonds Mutual Funds Please call DaveO'Leary, Registered Represenlative Ann Gute, Registered Representative BRAMWELL, CHANDLER, JOHNSON & CO. 104 W. 5th. Carroll, Iowa 51401 Telephone: 792-4830 FOR SALE Commercial square feet, Building lot, 17,000 plus close to north side, close to downtown. . Level corner lot, all improvements and utilities in and paid. Pudenz Agency Bob Puden/ Erv Pudenz 792-4946 , 792-9927 792-1440 Gary Kunecke 792-3239 63 .u2-iic Business Services 14 'OR ALL chain saw sales & service, call or sec Rcinhart Service. 7th & Hwy 30 Phone 792-2126. 14-tf LIFE INVESTORS INC. Life Mortgage Health Disability Income Group Retirement HR 10 Keogh. Gary L. Kunecke 217 West 4th 792-1440 After 5 call 792-.TZ'<9 . - . _ . l4-:i7-llc --•• ---.*._. ' " ' FOR ALL GASOLINE engine lawn mower repair call or see ReinartService. 7th & Hwy. 30. 14-77-tf Where To Go 17 AZTEC LOUNGE Coon Rapids, Iowa AAon. Thru Sat. June 17 thru 22 HARD TIMES Cut So Simply! Printed Pattern Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, June 19, 1974 8 Pets 46 COMING — WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 HANK THOMPSON 1 * THE BRAZOS VALLEY BOYa Honk hos had over 100 chart hits with dozen in top 10. Such classics as; Cob Driver Wild Side of Life, Six-Pack to Go. Humpty Dumply Heart. Blackboard ol my Heart and many others. Hank will be doing 2 Moor shows. ALL SEATS RESERVED — TICKETS ON SAL NOW AT THE AZTEC TOLTEC ROOM Open Sunday 4 P.M. Serving dinners at 5 Featuring a full salad bar So NO PIZZA SHORTAGE YET! ' come on out fill up at the PIZZA HUT FRKK TO good home. Chinese Pug. Tan/black markings. 3 year old spayed female. 792-4798. 46-144-2tc AKC LABRADOR Retriever pup- pics, from good blood line with hunting background, 6 weeks old. 659-3H88. 46-140-Gtc Wanted To Buy 53 WANTED TO BUY Depression glass and Nippon in good condition. 792-2333 53.143.5tp 15 TO 25 Horse outboard motor. 792-3516. 53-143-3tp For Sale 55 GARAGE SALE Friday - June 21 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 203 Colorado St, Glidden (l!/2 Blocks north of railroad tracks on blacktop road) 55-144-He 2 FAMILY PATIO RUMMAGE SALE Thursday, June 20 9 A.M. Jo 2 P.M. 1 1 27 North Adams 55-144.lie Mobile Homes 56 9149 SIZES 8-20 FOR SALE Two 8'xl2' Roll-a-rooms, paneled,- electric heat, for extra room on mobile home. Also, U'x65' 1971 Adrian Mobile ' Home, 3 B.R., carpeted, air conditioned, can assume payments at 6'/2% interest. Call 664-2712 Wall Inke after 5:00. 56.U4.6ic and 17-132-ltc Help Wanted 23 ATTENTION TRUCK MECHANICS Are you looking for a good position in a growing firm with excellent wages & fringe benefits? See Tony at REUTER, INC. Hwy. 30 West 23-141 4ic 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 CONTRACT DETASSEL PIONEER BRAND HYBRID SEED CORN 15 years of age and over and have transportation. You can earn $150 to $200 per person in a 10 day to 2 week period. Apply individually or as a group now. Please contact your local State Employment Service or write GARST & THOMAS HYBRID CORN COMPANY, COON RAPIDS, IOWA 50058. 23-130-4IC Cl'T SO SIMPLY, yet lllis long-waisted, side - buttoned line 1ms all the figure flattery you want! Notice soft, flirty flare of the skirt. Printed Pattern Dili): Misses' Sizes S. 10, 12, 14, IK. IS, 20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yards 60-inch fabric. Send $1.00 for ouch pattern. Add 2">c for each pattern for first-class mail and special hiindliiiK. Send to Marian Martin <, c arro || Daily Times Herald Pattern Dept.. 232 West 18th St.. Xew York. X. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE niul STYLE NUMBER. ONK FI!KK PATTKKN of your choici- to send for, one froe puttcm' inside NFAV SPUING- SI'MMKIJ PATTRKN CATALOG. I"" styles, all sizes, free put tern coupon. Send ~~<r now. SEW — KNIT Hook with basic lissiie pattern. , . . $].2f> Instant Fashion P.ook $1.00 Instant Sewing Hook $1.00 Help Wanted 23 AVON has... An open territory in Carroll. Sell part time or full time to earn extra money. No experience required. Coll: 297-7310 Collect after 6:00 P.M. 23-)32-3tc WANTED: PART time man to deliver and install appliances. Some mechanical ability needed. 792-1216 at Sears, or 792-9505: 23-H2-31C Farm Equipment 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.. Halbur. Iowa. 29-126-tfc FARMLAND FOODS Is accepting applications for employment. Applications may be filled at Iowa Employment Office — 510 North Clark St., Carroll. "An equal opportunity employer ' 23.143.5tc Pets 46 BLACK FEMALE toy Poodle. May be seen at Carroll Veterinary Clinic. 46-143-2tc FOR SALE Black Labrador Retrievers - AKC Registered - 6 wk. old pups. James Center Glidden 659-3600. 46-143-3tc CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES THURSDAY, JUNE 20 STARTING AT 7:30 P.M. Expecting from 400 to 500 hogs. 100 to 150 cattle. 100 Crossbred shoots - 1 00 to 1 20 Ibs. Vail 25 Fancy crossbred gills mated to Hamp boars - due to start pigging June 21. This is a fancy set of gilts, have been vaccinaled for everything. Will suit the most particular Will be hand picked out of over 40 head. Lust week's hog receipts were the lightest in several months, selling 475 pigs on a market about steady with the previous week. We sold one string of fancy pigs weighing 51 Ibs. at $18.10. With the market turned around, which is very welcome, these pigs should trade a little higher this week. We have several people needing pigs, so we can assure you the top market for your hogs. It is very difficult to give you a good listing of cattle at this time with the market situation as it is. We would encourage you to support the position taken by the cattle feeders at the Sioux City meeting at least for a short period of time. We have seen some very good results in the past several days and do feel as if this strong position trend is to continue in an upward direction. We also feel as if you are in need of feeder cattle to get your replacements bought at the level they are now trading at. We have several loads arriving this week end for sale at private treaty. Most of these are steers anJ heifers weighing from 450 to 550 Ibs. Contact us here at the barn for a price quotation. For your livestock needs attend the CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES to buy your replacement pigs and cattle. LISTEN to KCIAA Thursday noon for latest offerings. 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 40 144.lie For Sale 55 Trailers & Pickup Campers Open Evenings Monday thru Friday GORKY'S CAMPERS Hamlin. Iowa Phone (71 2)563-3300 55-134-He BASKETBALL BANG board, hoop & pole. 792-3516. 55-143-2tp N1MROD FOLD-down camper. Sleeps 4. Extra camping equipment. H59-3486. 55-142-31C IBM SELECTRIC typewriter. 792-3248. 55-142-tFc AIR CONDITIONER, 26,000 B.T.U.. 1 year old. excellent condition. 792-1463. 55-143-2tc KIMBALL SPINET Piano. 4 years old. Call after 3:30 p.m. 792-2455. 55-143-3tc FOR LONGER wear keep carpets clean with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-144-ltc REPRODUCTION GLASSWARE: Custard glass, pink & blue satin, Westward Ho and Florentine pieces. Clementine's. 55-144-3tc PORCELAIN BIRDS, figurines, dogs,cats, anniversary dishes, wall plaques & wall candleholders. Clementine's. 55-144-3tc POWER MOWER. S15.00. Call 792-4185. 55-143-3tc ONE 6x18 Var. Redfield Scope SI 10.00. One 6X Widefield Red. field Scope - $65.00. Call 792-4238 after 4:30 P.M. 55-143-3tp SEARS 4.000 BTU air conditioner. Call 792-3248 after 5 P.M. 55-143-tfc BUY-SELL-TRADE Open 1 to 5 Monday thru Friday Saturdays — 8 to 1 2 Anytime by appointment LONG'S ANTIQUES Ph:684-5375 (Southeast of Glidden) 1 st Place south of Pleasant Ridge Friends Church 55-140. Up GIFTWARE: SALAD bowls, relish trays, ice buckets, bar accessories, snifters in different sizes 20 r > off. Clementine's. 55-144-3tc ALL PAPER party goods greatly reduced. Children's books - 20 C ea. Clementine's. 55-144-tfc SPECIAL PRICE on 21" Snapper push mower with grass catcher. Regular $153.95 now §138.95. Bob's Sport Center, 618 W. 8th. 55-117-tfc For Rent 57 FOR RENT: Trailer house in Maple Park. 792-2609. 57-140-tfp BUSINESS BUILDING & storage. 792-1187 or 792-9852. 57-143-3tc Wanted To Rent 58 WANTED: FARM home close to Carroll. 792-4018. 58-144-7tc BUSINESSES FOR SALE in Scranton 'S Cafe-Equipment&Building available. Scranton Variety-Inventory&Fixtures. JohnFey,Realtor-SecuritySavingsBank Scranton, Iowa Phone652-3311 PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday June 22 1:00 P.M. Rain date Monday June 24 6:30 p.m. 627 North Court Street Carroll, Iowa Margaret Biller, Owner Kelvinator refrigerator 4 burner electric stove Bed and box spring 2 beds complete Chest of drawers, 5 drawers Vanity Oak dresser and mirror 05 chairs and foot stool Arm chairs Swivel chair End tables Corner tables Small drop leaf table Davenport Wood wardrobe, 2 door Corner and 2 matching lamps Rocker Antique buffet glass front , Emerson portable T.V. and stand B&W Coffee table Lamps 2 wicker chairs Small drop leaf table Metal wardrobe Record cabinet Reed center table Metal utility cabinet Feather arm chair 9 X 12 nylon rug (green) near new Dress form Lawn chairs Water cooler Coleman stove and lantern Polaroid camera and case Speed Queen apartment size washer and dryer (like new) Dish-setting of eight Fruit jars Hair dryer Antique rug stretcher Antique baskets Antique fancy kerosene lamps/glass painted base 4 Antique kerosene lamps Antique fancy dishes, bottles, vases, salt and pepper sets Milk glass articles in perfect condition Other antiques Many other articles too numerous to mention 1 969 Dodge Polara 4 door auto 13,000 actual miles automatic, new battery perfect condition, good rubber inspected, ready to go Terms cash Not responsible for accidents Carroll County State Bank Clerk Wieland & McCarville Auctioneers

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