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I lMMItlMMMMIMMMHMMIIttMMtlMMIMtMtlMII I ' ~*^ tml ^^ lm « H ^_^ MHH .^^^^B Hv ^_w« M «_« H m £±5£S3fr 2 Daily Record JOHN C. FINEGAN Mass of the resurrection for John C. Finegan, 78, of Omaha, Neb., was celebrated here at 1 p.m. Monday in Holy Spirit Church. The Rev, James A. Bruch officiated. Pallbearers were Ray Middendorf, Robert Overmohle, John Broich Jr., Wilbur Reinhart, J.W. Greenwood and Glen Foster. Interment was in Mt Olivet Cemetery. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the rites from Memphis, Tenn.; Windom and St. Louis Park, Minn.; Des Moines, Dunlap, Humboldt. Scranton, Jefferson. Lake View, Urbandale, Panora, Carroll and surrounding area. A former resident of this area, Mr. Finegan died Feb. 28 in Douglas County Hospital, Omaha. MARTHASCHULTE Mass of the resurrection for Martha Schulte, 77, of Carroll was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday in St. Lawrence Church by the Rev. Dale Reiff. Pallbearers were Norman Halbur, Gary Stark. Mervin Klaus. Cleo Ribordy. George Schulte and Lawrence Luchtel. Burial was in St. Bernard's Cemetery. Breda, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Amiret, Minnesota. Marshall and Ashby. Minn.: Templeton. Breda, Willey, Carroll, Dedham and Sac City. Miss Schulte died Feb. 27 at the Carroll Manor nursing home. LEO PAGEL LAKE VIEW - Leo Pagel, 85, of Lake View died Monday morning, March 1, at Loring Hospital, Sac City. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home here, with burial in the Wall Lake Cemetery. • Mr. Pagel is survived by a son, Arthur; -a daughter, Genevieve; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildre; and a brother, Walter. Bicentennial Meeting'Set for Thursday The second meeting of the Carroll bicentennial planning committee will be Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Iowa Public Service Co. meeting room. Mayors of area cities and representatives of area service clubs have been invited to the meeting. Any other-Carroll County resident is free to attend to discuss a countywide celebration. Mrs. Virgil ( Mary ) Baumhover and Mrs. Cletus (Valerie) Windschitl will conduct the meeting. Pony Express Ride Apr. 16-17 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Pony Express Riders of low'a will hold their annual ride April 16-17 to raise funds for the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Iowa, Inc. Riders will set out from the four Iowa borders to ride in relays along 14 main routes to raise funds for programs for the.handicapped at Camp Sunnyside near here. • Health (Continued From Page 1) Iowa House human resources appropriations subcommittee, said the HSAs are starting to work before the state supervisory agency is ready. That's like "the tail wagging the.dog," and it's only one of the "asinine inanities" in the new federal act, he said. "fhe subcommittee made known to HEW "our- resentment and frustration" with the new law at a meeting last week, Cusack said. Richard Shirley, from the HEjW Kansas City regional office, said the new act isn't as bad as Pawlewski and Cusack paint it. He said Congress found that unjder the area planning system hospitals and nursing homes built with federal funds "were way over-built in some areas and far under-built in others." f he act, Shirley said, is an attempt "to bring together the planning, building and service functions so,that health care services are more evenly distributed." ' fjlobody quarrels with that aiiji, said Pawlewski, but "Iowa is already doing effective health planning without creating any new agencies." CHARLES J.JAYNE Tlmti Herald Newi Strvln AUDUBON - Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday in First Presbyterian Church here for Charles J. Jayne, 93, a retired farmer and former member of the Audubon County Board of Supervisors. He died Friday in Friendship Home. The Rev. Andrew J. Hofer officiated, and burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery under direction of McFadden Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Larry Jayne, Glenn Phillip Jayne, Donald Jayne, Steven Jayne, Clark Mantz Jr., and Clyde Jensen. Mr. Jayne was born in Audubon County Nov. 7. 1882, the son of Edward P. and Velumnia Patterson Jayne. He was educated in the Audubon County schools and was married in the Methodist parsonage in Audubon on Mar. 7. 1906 to Elva Eagen. They farmed in this area for about five years and then moved to Lane, S.D., where they farmed for four years before returning to the Audubon County area. He became a member of the Audubon County Board of Supervisors on Jan. 1, 1954. when he retired from farming, and served on the board until Dec. 31.1956. Mr. Jayne was a member of First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include three sons. Raymond of Shell Knob, Mo., Harold of Audubon and Maynard of Johnston; one daughter, Mrs. Clark (Thelma) Mantz of Audubon: nine grandchildren: 12 great-grand-children: one sister, Mrs. Iva Jensen of Exira. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, six sisters, one grandchild, and one great-grandchild. NFO Granted Stay Order in Nebraska Case CORNING, Iowa (AP)—The National Farmer.s Organization (NFO) said Monday it has been granted an order staying a ruling by Nebraska Director of Agriculture Glenn Kreuscher that the NFO's. livestock .collection point at Friend. Neb., register' as 'a 'livestock !J dealer. An NFO spokesman said the order was issued by Lancaster County. Neb., District Court Judge Herbert J. Ronin in Lincoln. Neb. In a brief ruling. Judge Ronin granted NFO's application for the stay pending final disposition of the matter and with the provisions that the collection point custodian maintain his bond to account for funds, that the custodian be the only person who handled the funds and that use of the facility be restricted to NFO members. According to NFO administrative coordinator Gene Potter, the NFO regularly maintains those conditions. Ronin ruled on the application late Friday. • Taxes (Continued From Page 1) last fall by Revenue Director Gerald Bair. Under Kinley's plan, a city or county would have to go through the regular budget procedure which requires one public hearing, then hold a second hearing to explain the reasons for spending increase between 7 and 9 per cent. A city or county would have to seek permission from the State Appeal Board to hike its budget by more than 9 per cent. If the appeal board refused permission, local officials could submit the question of the larger increase to the voters. The conference committee directed legislative staff members to prepare for its study a property assessment plan by which farm land would be assessed totally on its earning potential or productivity while residential property valuations would be reduced 15 per cent. Another plan to be prepared for study would continue to assess homes at their market s value but limit agricultural land assessments to 85 per cent of market value. DEMOLAY INITIATES Steve O'Conner and Scott Hackett were initiated into the Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of DeMolay Monday night. Several officers were appointed and the April 3 and 4 DeMolay state basketball tournament was discussed. Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.37. Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.45 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) (USD A)— Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 3,000; barrows and gilts fairly active, 25-50 higher; U.S. 1-3, 190-240 Ib 48.00-48.50; sows 50-1.00 higher; 350-600 Ib 43.50-44.25. Cattle and calves: 3,300; steers and heifers rather slow and deliberate, steers and heifers steady, to 50 lower; cows moderately active, steady, some strength on high-utility and commercial; load choice and prime 1,225 Ib steers 35.00; choice 975-1,300 Ib 34.50-35.75; choice 875-1,050 Ib heifers 33.5035.00; utility and commercial cows 26.00-28.00, a few highdressing 28.50-29.00; canner and cutter 20.00-26.00. Sheep: 600; shorn slaughter lambs 1.00 higher, other classes scarce; 440 head choice, end-of-prime, 107-117 Ib shorn lambs 52.00; few utility wooled ewes 13.00. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattle and calves 4,000; hogs 3,500; sheep 200. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 60,000; actual receipts Monday 58,000; week ago 66,000; year ago 75,000. Butchers strong to 25 higher; movement rather slow; demand moderate; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 46.00-46.50; plants 46.25-46.75; few in country 45.50, plants 47.50; sows fully steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 40.00-41.50, few 39.50-42.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Tuesday 1,100; slaughter lambs fully steady Monday; choice and prime 90-110 Ib shorn mosty No. 1 pelts 50.00-51.00; choice and prime 90-110 Ib wooled 47.0CM9.00. Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (API- Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Monday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa pepar.tmeijt p,f. Agriculture and the U.S. Department of J Agriculture: •'•' '' '••" >* Corn Soybeans Northwest .2.40-2.46 4.31-4.43 N. Central 2.44-2.50 4.40-4.48 Northeast 2.42-2.56 4.44-4.58 Southwest 2.39-2.44 4.30-4.43 S. Central 2.44-2.51 4.40-4.50 Southeast 2.50-2.60 4.52-4.64 COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- William Bote, Coon Rapids, Chrysler; Merlin C. or Alice A. Huisenga. Arcadia, Chevrolet; John P. Scott, Carroll, Chevrolet; Virgil or Betty J. Neumayer, Breda, Ford; Voshel E. or Geraldine D. Moorman, Carroll, Chrysler; Jerry A. or Danny Anthofer, Dedham, Chevrolet; Howard P. Linebaugh, Carroll, Pontiac. Real Estate Transfers- Homer J. England to Robert D. and Francis G. England, et al, Part of SE'/i, Sec. 4, Twp. 84 N, Range 35 W. Clarence G. and Teresa A. Schweers to Dale H. and Virginia Schweers, SW'ASE'/i, Sec. 4, Twp. 84 N, Range 36 W. Alice D. Ratigan Adopt Budget, Discuss Park at Lake City LAKE CITY — The city budget of $298,414 was adopted by the city council here Monday night. The estimated taxes per $1,000 valuation is $7.88, City Administrator Don Dowling said. The council discussed developing a small city park on the vacant lot at the intersection of Illinois and Main Streets on the square. The council decided to allow the planting of trees purchased by individuals from the Kiwanis Club and donated to the city. A building permit for a double garage was issued to Henry Biederman. Guilty Plea to Violations DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Michael Johnson of Nevada has pleaded guilty to one charge of embezzlement, one charge of making a false bank entry and one charge of making a bank draft without authority. The remaining 40 charges contained in a federal grand jury indictment against the former controller for the Federal Savings and Loan conservatorship, et al, to Richard Pudenz, Inc., NMsNW/4, and SE'/iNW'/i, Sec. 13, Twp. 85 N, Range 35 W. Bierl Development Corp. to Paul and Maxine Ewing, Lot 15, Block 18, Applewood Knolls Addition, Carroll. Albert Hunt Estate to Everett J. and Maxine Stutzman, Part of Lot 11, Block 3, Original Plat, Glidden. Pleads Guilty- Paul M. Collison, Carroll, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol before District Court Judge R. K. Richardson, Jefferson, Monday. Collison, who 'had originally pleaded innocent, was fined $300, ordered to attend a drinking drivers' school and had his drivers' license suspended indefinitely. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Gross, Carroll, a daughter, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gale, Carroll. a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Onken, Carroll, a son, Tuesday Jazz Band 2nd in Event The Carroll High School Jazz Band took second place out of V 23 bands at the Great Plains Jazz Festival in Omaha lastiweekend. Jefferson won first and Odebolt-Arthur placed third out of the bands from Iowa and Nebraska. Carroll received a trophy for its second place finish. The Jazz band will perform Sunday at the Elk's silver anniversary concert, said Band Director John Erickson. Proceeds from the concert will go to New Hope Village. The next appearance for the Carroll jazz band will be the Creston Festival March 13: To Present Science Paper Power Off in Area as Ice Snaps Wires Several area towns were "in the dark" Monday night as electrical power outages occurred throughout the county. "Heavy ice build-up caused power lines to snap," said Darwin Petersen, district consumers service manager for Iowa Public Service Co. here. "Towns of Westside, Vail and Arcadia were most affected." The three communities were thout service for 1 w approximately three hours between 1:30 a.m. and 4:30 a.m., he said. Lanesboro was without electricity for about two hours and 40 minutes. Lake View, Breda, Wall Lake and Lidderdale were without electrical power for about an hour and 15 minutes early this morning. "We do have individual customer outages in the Westside and Arcadia areas," he said. Petersen hoped the ice would melt off the lines today alleviating the problem. Robert Weaklend, manager of the Glidden Rural Electric Cooperative, said power outages to rural customers in the Glidden area occurred throughout the night. "Near as I know,!' he said, "everybody is back on electricity now." Settle Suit Out of Court A damage suit filed by Emogene 0. Hansman, Vail, against Crouse Cartage Co., Carroll, was settled out of court Tuesday for an undisclosed amount. The suit, asking $1,209.50, claimed a Crouse employe, Dwight Fiscus, was at fault when the truck he was driving collided with a pickup driven by Mrs. Hansman's son, Rick. The accident happened in front of Grouse's U.S. 30 West facilities Feb. 28,1972. Crouse brought a $6,000 ' counter suit, but it was dismissed. The settlement was made before a jury was selected. However, prospective jurors were-in the court house at the time. Hearing Held Kim Stangl, Carroll, a Kuemper High School student, Association of Nevada were W a S chosen to present a jfoj* Boone Man dismissed Monday after " science paper to the Iowa " Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Improved prospects for precipitation in the Southwest strongly influenced lower grain futures prices on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat futures were down 9 cents, soybeans more than 5, corn about 2 and oats 1. Soy oil lost some 30 points while meal was down $1 a ton. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market recorded a strong gain today, overcoming some recent uneasiness over an apparent move by the Federal Reserve to tighten its credit policy. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 ndustrial stocks was up 7.24 at 982.60, and gainers outpaced losers by more than a 2-1 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Brokers said moves by the Fed in the money markets Monday apparently were taken by investors as an indication that the central bank wanted to keep the recent rise of interest rates within relatively modest limits. United Brands was the most active >Big Board issue, up '/« at 9%. A 159,100-share block traded at 9'/ 2 . • Meals (Continued From Page 1) Both programs are designed to provide better nutrition and fellowship to the elderly. Manning has a potential of serving 83 persons per week. There are about 60 persons living in Lanesboro eligible for the program. According to Blackley, COI is providing Lanesboro and Manning with a limited amount of funds on a one-time basis to help the communities' meal programs get started. When the grants run out, the local communities will be expected to fund the programs, he said. -iJohngon's appear,ance,.in U.St District Court here.' Magistrate Ronald Longstaff set sentencing for March 29. Johnson faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $15.000 fine on the three charges. U.S. Atty. Allen Donielson said $87.423 was involved in the violations cited by the grand jury, but there was no loss to banking customers because their deposits were covered by federal insurance. Power Pact is Discussed BREDA — The city council met here with officers of Iowa • Public Service (IPS) to examine a contract for electric current Monday night. The contract is presently being studied by the City Attorney Ronald Schechtman, City Clerk Jim Ulveling said. The budget for 1976-77 of $128,000 was approved. A public hearing on the budget will be March 15. Manning's Budget Ok'd MANNING — A budget of $952,657 was adopted by the Manning City Council Monday night. The city will tax'about $6.27 per $1.000 of property valuation. Academy of Science in April'.' The selection was made at the 14th annual Iowa Junior Science, Engineering and Humanities Symposium at Iowa City Feb. 26-28. Stangl, along with Kuemper's Melanie Comito and Anna Mae Rotert. was among the 15 students to present papers in Iowa City. Stangl is one of 10 to present papers to the academy in Dubuque. Lagoon Site Purchase Ok'd LANESBORO — Purchase of the lagoon site for the new sewer system south of here on the Donald Janssen farm was approved by the Lanesboro City Council Monday night. The city budget will be $3.500. City Clerk Paul Zimbeck said. C.F. Launspach was. appointed fire chief. MONEY FOR LOADER The Carroll County Board of Supervisors okayed spending $12,357 from the county assistance fund for its part of purchase of a new loader for the county landfill. Further discussion about the county budget took place Monday; but the budget hearing will probably not be held until March 22. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Travelers advisory continued north tonight. Occasional snow likely northwest tonight and Wednesday.' Scattered showers and thunderstorms southeast. Turning colder northwest tonight and over the state Wednesday. Low tonight upper teens extreme northwest, around 40 southeast. High Wednesday low 20s northwest, mid 40s southeast. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday: Fair Thursday and Friday with chance of rain or snow Saturday. Continued cool Thursday and Friday with highs 20s to low 30s and lows in teens. Little warmer Saturday with highs 30s north to 40s south. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterdya's high 32 Yesterday's low 24 At 7 a.m. today 31 At 10 a.m. today .....3\ Precipitation (24 hours prior to 10a.m.) .03 in. rain. Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures a year ago today in Carroll included a high of 26 and low of 12 degrees. in Wife's Death BOONE. Iowa (AP) — Larry Gardiner. 23. Boone, whose wife. Peggy Sue, 22. was, found shot to death in their home Feb. 19. remains in Story County Jaii in Nevada under $100.000 bond following his appearance Monday Jn magistrate's court here. Gardiner's case was sent to Boone County District Court here following the preliminary hearing on an open charge of murder. No date for arraignment was set. • Drive (Continued From Page 1) N. Stroh, Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collison, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison, Wittrock Motors. Contributors: $25 — Petersen Motors, Dr. L.B. Westendorf, Nockel's Clothiers, Dr. Robert F. Barels, Burkett's, Kanne Mobil, Kloser Seed Co., Elk's Lodge, Darwin Bunger, Dr. N.D. Schulz, Reuter, Inc., Bliss Tire, Mr. and 'Mrs. George Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wunschel. Boosters: Lahr Auto Trim, Culligan Soft Water, Carroll Machine and. Welding; WencK Feeds, Lidderdale; Robert S. Bruner, G.A. Mlnnich, Schenkelberg Imp., Krause and Lenz Ins., Tony's Restaurant, Dr. Walter A. Anneberg, Crowley Splndler,.Dr. Charles A. Fangman, Dearduff's, Ralph R. Crane, Frank Belter, Ronald DeLance, Mr. and Mrs. Al Molitor, Bierl Furniture, Prlngle Tax, Knit Shop, Wlnnlke and Masching Oil Co., Mrs. Gary Hackett, Drees Plumbing & Heating, Dr. John E. Martin, Carroll Lumber Co., Stone Printing Co., Judge James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Nappe. COURTVIEWTALK Mrs. Doris Walkup, public health nurse, and Mrs. Pauline Miller, of the department of social services, spoke to a group of senior citizens at Courtview Apartments on Friday. Mrs. Walkup and Mrs. Miller discussed the Home Health Care Program. A film was shown, followed by a question and answer session. • Prison (Continued From Page 1) true" and said he had heard rumors of homosexual prostitution, but said he had no evidence with which to file charges. "One of the problems is that we can't file charges on the basis of rumors. If we do, we get sued"..for violation of rights. "Our officers are operating, under a bit more insecurity than in the past because they fear they will be sued and be held liable in court." Brewer told the Register. Briefly ——-—- City Crime Worse WASHINGTON (AP) — Violent crime has "considerably worsened" in eight cities that the Nixon administration chose for a multimillion-dollar anti- crime program in 1972, a government-funded study reported today. ' Evaluators from the Mitre Corp., a private research firm, concluded that the "high impact anticnme program" failed to fulfill the Nixon administration's promtee of a 5 per cent reduction in street crimes and burglary within two years in the target cities. The cities are Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Newark, N.J., St. Louis, Mo., andj'ortland, Ore. They have received $140 million in federal funds for 233 anticrime projects since ^he program was launched in January 1972. The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration operated the program, which ends in December, and paid Mitre $2.4 million to evaluate the results. Base Guts at Limit WASHINGTON (AF) — U.S. military forces and bases in the Asian-Pacific area have been reduced about as far as possible, a Pentagon study has concluded. The study, conducted on orders from the Senate Armed Services Committee, found that any further major cutbacks would force a change in the current forward defense strategy and push U.S. defenses back to the eastern Pacific. The American military presence in the Asian area has been whittled down steadily since the end of the VietiTam war. , The process began with the g r a'd u a 1 U.S. troop disengagement from the war and the enunciation of a new doctrine stressing that friendly Asian nations must rely principally on their own armies in the future, with U.S. backing mainly in the form of air and naval power. Stern Ford Stand on Cuba WASHINGTON (AP) — President Ford says Cuba must withdraw its forces from Africa, stop trying to undercut the United States in Puerto Rico and refrain from expansionism in Latin America before this country will discuss cordial relations with Havana. In a taped interview Monday with WCKT-TV of Miami, Ford also said he doesn't like to use the word "detente" anymore and repeated his prediction that Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey will be his Democratic opponent in November. Fire Destroys Apartments CORALVILLE, Iowa (AP) — Firemen from seven communities battled a fire that did ah estimated $750,000 damage Monday to an apartment complex, under construction here. '• The contractor estimate'* that'the^ units that .burne.d,.had been about 85 per cent completed. A recreation center for the complex was also destroyed. Other units in the 100-unit complex, including some occuppied, were saved. The blaze was reported about 8:30 p.m. and firemen remained at the scene over night. Cause of the blaze was not immediately determined. Coralville firemen were assisted by fire units from Iowa City, Tipton, Oxford, Hills, North Liberty and West Branch. Education Bill Seen Doomed WASHINGTON (AP) — Neither top Republicans nor Democrats predict passage for President Ford's proposal to mesh 24 aid-to-education programs into four block grants to the states. "It's a pure charade," said Rep. William D. Ford, D-Mich., ranking Democrat on the Education and Labor subcommittee that would handle the President's proposal. s The Michigan Democrat said he was surprised the President had gotten any Republican to introduce the bill, because he said former President Richard M. Nixon got nowhere with a similar proposal in 1973. Rep. Albert Quie, R-Minn., ranking Republican on both the full committee and the subcommittee handling the legislation, did introduce the President's $3.3-billion plan Monday. But in an interview he said he: didn't expect many, if any. of the provisions to pass. Conscience Clause Opinion DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The "conscience clause" bill awaiting final action in the Iowa Senate would allow discrimination against some medical personnel who do not wish to participate in abortions, Solicitor General Richard Haesemeyer said Tuesday. The bill prohibits discrimination against any individual in employment; Haesemayer said. But because the person wouldn't participate in abortion procedures, "it would produce an absurd result to conclude that because of this, one must hire someone to do a job which they cannot conscientiously do and which they cannot legally be compelled to do," Haesemeyer said. The statement came in an attorney general's opinion requested by Sen. Minnette Doderer, D-Iowa City. The legislation "does not confer on anyone any new rights to receive an abortion or to perform one," Haesemeyer said. French Tax Cheaters PARIS (AP) — Despite the tpughest crackdown ever, France's annual income tax filing deadline passed at midnight, with the nation cheating the government out of about $11 billion — more money by official estimate, than it actually pays in takes. On a national scale, it meant that the usual tissue of lies, omissions and fabrications on 12.8 million returns averaged out to saving each of the country's 50 million citizens $256 that somebody owes "le fisc." the French equivalent of the Internal Revenue Service. I

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