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Buckman, Council Bluffs, (75 in 55), $46 Jed R. Stramel, Cedar Raids, (72 in 55), $46 Frederick A. Covell, Paradise, CA, (75 in 55), $46 Scott W. Jahnel, Denison, (70 in 55), $51.75 Michael J. Nowatzke, Odebolt, (69 in 55), $51.75 Robert R. Sorensen, Harlan, (41 in 25), $46 Jamie D. Anderson, Harlan, (41 in 25), $46 Jeffrey M. Kenkel, Phoenix, AZ, (50 in 35), $52.75 William A. Weihs, Portsmouth, (75 in 55), $46 Timothy D. Mickels, Harlan, (37 in 25), $34.50 Scott A. Arkefeld, Defiance, (70 in 55), $34.50 Mark C. Hummel, Lenexa, KS, (69 in 55), $34.50 Kimberly VanBibber, Council Bluffs, (40 in 25), $34.50 Rolland K. Kendrick, Omaha, (69 in 55), $34.50 Jeannine Christensen, Harlan, (70 in 55), $34.50 Christopher M. Behrens, Manning, (70 in 55), $34.50 Timothy D. Mickels, Hadan, (65 in 55), $23 Dale Pauley, Harlan, (65 in 55), $23 Lawrence M. Eskov, Elk Hem, (65 in 55), $23 Vincent W. Heese, Earling, (65 in 55),.$23 Merlin D. Messinger, Woodbine, (65 in 55), $23 Larry E. Shatto, Fostoria, (65 in 55), $23 Jim W. Gaul, Earling, (65 in 55), $23 Anita J. Lahr, Dunlap, (65 in 55), $23 Robert A. Hastert, Harlan, (65 in 55), $23 Mark A. Boardman, Portsmouth, (55 in 45), $23 John A. Kloewer, Defiance, (65 in 55), $23 Brenda J. Segelke, Des Moines, (65 in 55), $23 Kevin G. Borkowski, Harlan, (65 in 55), $23 Steven C. Kelsey, Elk Hem, (65 in 55), $23 Kirk R. Parsons, Persia, (65 in 55), $23 Ann M. Zimmerman, Kirkman, (65 in 55), $23 Add'! Magistrate Court Fines (Not including $8, $I0 or $15 court costs) SEAT BELT VIOLATIONS Timothy D. Mickels, Harlan, $11.50 Joseph W. Graeve, Lakevill, NE $11.50 Shane A. Gray, Deloit, $11.50 Scott W. Jahnel, Denison, $11.50 Brenda A. Zimmerman, $11.50 Miachel H. Todd, $11.50 Carla R. March, harlan, $11.50 Dale Pauley, I-Iarlan, $11.50 Scott A. Arkfeld, $11.50 Gary L. Ruckman, Co. Bluffs, $11.50 Betty L. Ruckman, Co. Bluffs, $11.50 Lynn A. Olson, Manilla, child restraint, $11.50 Gary A. Hopp, Harlan, $11.50 Carala A. Osbahr, Co. Bluffs, $11.50 Jason L. Arkfeld, I-Iarlan, $11.50 OTHER VIOLATIONS TRUCK VIOLATIONS Donald M. Zimer, Dunnell, MN, cracked Ixake drum, $28.75 Charles M. Leaders, Minden, brake violation, $28.75 John R. I-Iagar, La Plata, MO, broke spring, $28.75, no log book, $28.75 and registration violation, $23 Theodore A. Acker, New Park, PA, no log book, $28.75 Kenneth K. Owens, Henderson, 1800 lbs. overweight, $27.60 Miacbel R. Hahn, Liberal, S, brake violations, $28.75 and tire violation, $11.50 Mark A. Wede, Gray, 1200 lbs. overweight, $24.15 and 900 lbs. overweight, $16.68 George R. Fleming, Council Bluffs, no brake lights, $23 Stephen E. Froehlich, Winterset, no trip permit, $23 Dennis E. Jacobsen, Jr., Hancock, 1000 lbs. overweight, $17.25 Thomas M. Dierks, Bennington, NE, 900 lbs. over- weight, $16.68 HOSPITAL l NOTES [ Sheriff's Report Theft - Lavcxne Nelson, Irwin, re- ported the theft of a Rockwell table saw, valued at $200, from a vacant farm three miles east of Irwin on April 21. - Gina Goetzinger, 22, Omaha, neb., reported the theft of $450 of property from her car April 22 while it was parked at Defiance Commu- nity Hall for a dance. The case is under investigation. Burglary - Allan Hjelle, Elk Horn- Kimballton High School su- perintendent, reported that an answeringmachine and a hand calculator, total value esti- mated at $120, were taken in a burglary at the school the weekend of April 21-23. 'Criminal Mischief- Roger A. Assman, Panama, reported the door at Roger's Stop and Shop in Panama had been vandalized April 22. No property was missing and no damage estimates were given. Small Claims Court DISMISSALS - Thomas L. Ludwig, DDS, Harlan, vs. Michael Hack, Harlan. Shelby Co. S tare Bank, Harlan, vs., William Eric Sornson, Kirkman. The Agency Inc., Harlan, vs. Terry Morris dba Morris Truck Repair, Avoca. JUDGMENTS FOR- Household Finance Corp., Lincoln, NE, plaintiff, vs. Sandy and Robert P. Gendrolis, Harlan, defendants, for $1,500 on promissory note default and $39 court costs. Farmers Mutual Telephone Co., Harlan, defendant, vs. Kathy Graeve, Defiance, plaintiff. Grieve had sought compensation for for alleged wages lost through faulty phone equipment. Small Claims - New Cases Myrtue Memorial Hospital, Harlan, plaintiff, vs - Virgina Fink, Harlan, defendant, $322.50 on account. - Jeff Kaufman, Council Bluffs, defendant, $44.89 on account. - Thomas K. Lorenzen, Avoca, defendant, $276.50 on account. Feekes Heating & Air Conditioning, Harlan, plaintiff, vs., Nancy Brant, t-Iarlan, defendant, for $151.67 on ac- count. Global Fidelity, Council Bluffs, plaintiff, vs. George W. Dauma, Elk Horn, defendant, for $225.60 on account at Jennie Edmundson Hospital. Town & Country Credit Union, Harlan, defendant, vs. Jim or Joann Sorenson, Harlan, defendants, $30.24 on non- payment of over-drawn account. PARK PERMIT VIOLATIONS None. Non-Traffic (William Early, Magistrate) CHECK CHARGES - Arthur D. Brown, Shelby, pleaded guilty April 27, 1989 to 5th-degree theft and was fined $40 plus $6 tax and $20 court costs. Defendant ordered to make $46.31 restitution to Hy-Vee, Harlan. - Sherry Nielsen, Oakland, pleaded guilty May 2,1989 to5th- degree theft and was fined $40, plus $20 costs and $6 tax. Defendant ordered to make $90.68 restitution to Harlan Super Valu. District Court ATTORNEY FEES - Granted J.C. Lauterbach, Harlan, $ 260 for 3.2 hours of court ordered public defense for the case of the Robert L. Mitchum. HABITUAL MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENDER - Rodney L. Hansen, 24, Shelby, was found to be a habitual motor vehicle offender on April 25, 12989 was barred from operating a motor vehicle in Iowa for a period of two years and ordered to pay $70 court costs. ATTORNEY FEES - Granted R.J. Tilton, Denison, the sum of $433.70 for 8.1 hours of court ordered public defense in the case of the Timothy L. Eubanks. CH/LD SUPPORT - Granted Phyllis M. Allen, Harlan, petitioner, vs. Steven D. Allen, Clive, respondent, in the sum of $425 per month, to be inresed to $525 per month, June 14,1989. SUSPENDED LICENSE - David R. Mitchell, 22, Avoca, pleaded guilty May 1, 1989 for driving on a suspended license and was fined $500 plus court costs. District Court - New Cases PETITION AT LAW - Security Pacific Financial Services, Inc., Council Bluffs, plaintiffs, vs. James L. and Joann Sorensen, Harlan, defendants, for alledged default on $3,378.95 a note. . PETITION - Farm Credit Bank of Omaha, Omaha, NE, plaintiff, vs. ColeR. Findlay, Shelby County, defendant. Plaintiff alleges Findlay has failed to pay fair rental value of farmland for the 1987 and 1988 crop years. I I I 11 : 1 11 I Myrtue Memorial Hospital report for the period May t-2, 1989. Vis- iting houri are from l to 8:30 p.m. 2 ADMITTED Mrs. Darold Wittmp, Harlan Renee Stanley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stanley, Harlan 7 DISMISSED Mrs. Gary Thraen and daughter, Har- lan Mrs. Brace Waddell, Hadan , Mrs. John White and daughter, Har- lan Mrs. Jamie Fahn and daughter, Panama Correction - Jazz Band program, May 8 The Tuesday issue of the Harlan Tribune incorrectly reported the date of the HCHS Jazz Band program as Mort., May 2 -- the date should have read Mort., May 8. NO BIRTHS 7.346%* to m aturity Earn this rate of return and pay no federal taxes. Tax-free Municipal Bonds offer a solid rate of return on which you will pay no federal income taxes. None. For all the details, call me today. Gordon L. von Ahsen 615 Ourant Hadan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 -fall collect "Subl Io AII.I lnlmum Ti(. Edward D. Jones & Co. Mtlmber New York Slock Exchange, Inc. Mml Securit.llS Investo ProtecUon Copotation !:i:i:i:i::$$i:.::?.! i :i:i if ii':ii! -::i:i:i:!:!:i:i:!:i:i:!::i:i$i ! i E i i i !! !! i':J ;::.!.(:$''.Y : $ ?.:'..:: K-'-?::i:!:!:!:i !:! !!: ::!:: ::;i i i;!!!ii ! ;; i iiiii!ili i !ii i ii:iiiiiiiiii i iii iil !iiiiiiiiii i i ii ii!! 00ii! !! i iil iii Earling volunteers increase training EARLING - Earling is a safer place to have an accident thanks to a bunch of dedi- cated volunteers working to increase their education. The Earling Volunteer Fire Department recently completed a class for first respon- ders - people with at least 40 hours of training. Those members are Gerald Bogler, Jaci Bogler, Rusty Buckley, Janet Dresen, Steve Dresen and Tom Henrich. The emergency rescue technicians (ERTs) - people with at least 60 hours of train- ing are: Maggie Bissen, Joanie Erlbacher, Declan Gross, Denny Kenkel, Marie Kenkel, Gloria Kenkel, Jack Kenkel and Larry Kramer. The emergency medical technicians (EMTs) with at least 120 hours training are: Joanie Erlbacher, Declan Gross, Jack Kenkel, Rose Koesters, Claire Schiltz, Jim Schiltz and Rose Wageman. First responders class pictured above, from left: Steve Dresen, Janet Dresen, Gerald Bogler, Jaci Bogler, Tom Henrich, Rusty Buckley, Curt Slater, Alan Wilwerding and Ed Reuschenberg. Marvin Darling, 75 Survivors include one son, Carl Jr. of Council Bluffs; one grandson; six sisters, He- len Tennigkeit of Council Bluffs; Linda Renfeld and Ella Osbahr, both of Avoca; Cora Purdy of Sarona, Wis.; Frances Brainard and Marjorie Services for the remains of Neve, both of Coal City, I11.; Marvin Darling, 75, Harlan, five brothers, Edwin and will be held Sat., May 13 at Henry Neve, both of Avoca; 1:30 p.m. at the Pauley Milton Neve of Las Vegas, Funeral Home with burial in Nev.; Eldon Neve of Des the Harlan cemetery. Moines, Wash. and Milo Darling died July 4, 1987 Neve of Bellevue, Neb. and had his remains sent to the Service will be at 10:30 Univ. of Iowa Medical School, a.m. Saturday at the Iowa City. His remains have Berthusen-Knutson Funeral been released for a memorial Home in Avoca. The Rev. , service. Duane Anunson of Our Sav- Darling forn|edy operated the iors Lutheran Church will of- Darling Hatchery in Harlan and ficiate. Burial in Graceland farmed for 10 years near Irwin Cemetery, Avoca. before his retirement. He is survived by his wife Ethel of Weslaco, Texas; three daughters, Sandra Merriman, LaSalle, Illinois; Pamela Hanfelt, Tempe, Arizona and Connie Herbst, Denison; six granchildren and 4 great- grandchildren. Marie Headlee, 77 AVOCA - Maria Headlee, 77, 729 S. 24th St., died Tues., May 2 at Mercy Hosi- tal, Council Bluffs. Mrs Headlee was born in Avoca and had lived in Coun- cil Bluffs for many years. Her husband, Carl, died in 1973. Insured Certificates of Deposit 3 month ...... 9.55% ........ $15,000 min. deposit 6 month ...... 9.70% ........ $10,000 min. deposit 9 month ...... 9.75% ........ $10,000 min. deposit 12 month .... 9.70% .......... $5,000 rain. deposit 18 month .... 9.40% ....... ...$5,000 min. deposit 2 yr .............. 9.50% .......... $5,000 min. deposit 3 yr. ............. 9.35% .......... $5,000 rain. deposit 4 yr .............. 9.30% .......... $5,000 min. deposit 5 yr .............. 9.10% .......... $5,000 rain. deposit Stop in or call today for all the details. Gordon L. von Ahsen 615 Durant Hadan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 -call collect FDIC Insured up to $100,000. Issuer's name auailable upon request. May be subl:t to interest penalty for early wllhdrawal Eltmeti 5-2-89. Subject to awilablllty. Edward D. Jones & Co." Member New York Stock Exchange, Inc, Member SeCurities Irweslo Protectzon Corporation Blood00 nets !00nown 187 i,, Continued set at 65, year. Donors included: First Bergner, Shellie One Irwin; Christensen, Panama Mar Two Kaufman, Carolyn Elizab Porstmouth. Three Elk Horn; Debra ManZ Hansen. Four Avoca; five Graves, Harold R. Logsdon, 72 gall9n , Jim gallon, aud,t. LJ rai McLaug AvoCA %1 McLaughlin,  Li] died of c/O. braska Meth0d AVOCA - Harold R. Omaha. : Mrs McLa .tnm/llJ Logsdon, 72, of Avoca died lifetime residi2  Men., May 2 at Jennie Ed- area and had a!l r  mundson Hospital, Council Stempel Ir%Plia / Bluffs. Logsdon was born-in SnurVivrSTli SOS, Bob of: Cache, Okla., and had lived in I.u., Bill ofk" Avoca since the late 1960s. and Brad 1 -- He had been employed at grandson; ;nd " Fullerton Lumber Yard and operated the Avoca Yard and gel of AvOea; operated the Avoca Hardware Mrs Dwayno. Larsen of A " Store for several years. Kent (Kristi) Survivors include one den; and on  daughter, Mrs Mike (Mary) Engel of Av o'- -" Redler of Albion, Neb.; and Services w II three grandchildren. St. Mary's C Service will be at 10 a.m. in Avoca w_dll I Friday at the Berthusen-Knut- son Funeral Home in Avoca. Harlan Ceme,'!'! - ! SATURDAY,.MAY 13, 1989 Location: 2002 College St. (North Side of City Park) rS _ salad APPLIANCES Frigidaire elec. dryer Speed Queen auto. washer Frigidaire 40" range Maytag wringer washer & tubs Zenith console TV HOUSEHOLD Chest of drawers : Hall tree Oak chest of drawers Twin size sofa bed (beige, new) 3 pc. walnut bedroom set, watertall dresser Serving chair - wood chairs 4 kitchen chairs Dining room table & chairs Swivel rocker- Sofa Vinyl high,back chair -Rocker Metal double bed Clothes rack - Picnic basket Cookie jar - Candy dishes Silver trim crystal goblet, Matching wine glass Black amethyst goblet, matching wine glass Fiesta salad plates - Saucers Gold dish - Christmas tree Sunbeam butter churn 8 Bavarian salad plates, gold trimmed 45 pc. stoneware dinner set Lots of new Robbermaid - Milkbox Walnut what-not shelf Picture frames - Stereo speakers Clocks - Granite coffee pot Sad irons - Thermos Candle holders Limed oak cedar chest l JD 1951 B ' Tractor I Good condition, live hyd., power I steering, horn, loader, manure I bucket & snow bucket, chalns' J Vases - Tin water pitcher Gravy boat - Meat saw Punch bowl & cups Cake plates - Elec. Fruit jars - Serving cart Metal lawn chairs - Christmas decorations Martha Washington wall I Desk light - Cigar boxeS" Serving trays - Quilts'- Window fan 42 cup coffee pot - Toys- Luggage Some pink depression Carnival glass candle Yellow cream & sugar Green cake plate _. , TOOL Sears Craftsman (2) 100' extension cords Green Machine weed Fertilizer cart - Hedge tri= 10' aluminum extension . Battery charger - /'1 T omafo hoops- p00pe B & D circular saw - 1/2 : Hammer, wrenches, torCi  brer saw- Spades' s:x Saa den hoses, rakeS, '_ll,,-" Snow shovel- 4' level" S/"'1, . I1'1 -, Paint brushes" Canteen - - Elec. weed eater scytl Bricks- Tra Step ladder-  Block & tackle - C-c lamps Log chains Snapper lawn riding elec. start, bagger, blade Sanborn Lawn Boy push mower Ludvig & Elna /,UCTIoNEERS: TERMS: CASH Verner Hansen Nothing removed until eettled for. Wayne Hansen Not responsible for accidents