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Deaths, Funerals | Tlm« Herald, Comtll, la. Wedn««day, March 3, 1976 Daily Record FREDMUNDT TlBKl HenM Newi Service MANNING — Fred Mundt, 89, of Manning died Tuesday morning. March 2, at the Manning Plaza nursing home. He was a retired farmer. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Ohde Funeral Home here, with burial in the Manning Cemetery. The Rev. Norbert Weber, M.S.C., will officiate. Friends may call at Ohde's after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Mr. Mundt, son of Fred and Minnie Homeier Mundt, was born near Denison March 13. 1886, and attended rural school. He married Bertha Gessmann Feb. 28, 1912, and they lived in the Manilla area before moving to a farm one mile west of Manning in 1944. In 1956 they retired and moved into Manning. Mrs. Mundt died Feb. 13,1976. Surviving are a son, Delmar of Manning; a daughter, Mrs. Mark (Lorene) Enenbach of Chicago, 111.; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; and four sisters, Mrs. Ida Thomsen, Mrs. Hattie Steckelberg and Mrs. William (Martha) Steinkuhler, all of Denison, and Mrs. Gertrude Long of Omaha. Neb. 17 Walk Out on UNI Play CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — A play produced by the University of Northern Iowa ( UNI) has prompted a number of theater-goers to ask that they be taken off the drama department's mailing list. But D. Terry Williams, a UNI speech professor and director of "When Are You Comin'-Back, Red Ryder?." said even more asked to be placed on the list after seeing the play. Seventeen persons in the audience walked out of the theater during Friday's production in which an actor rips off the blouse of an actress, baring her breasts. Williams defended the play as being "quite realistic," replete with four-letter words. "The only valid criticism of us might be that.we weren't explicit enough with our advertising <>f'the play; and obviously, some people didn't know what they were getting into when they came to see •Red Ryder,'" he said. Williams said the UNI drama department has previously, put on ' controversial plays, including one in 1971 that had a nude man' on stage for a few seconds. ROY C. CHILDS SCRANTON - Funeral services for Roy C. Childs, 89, of Scranton were held here at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of Christ. Elder Jim Kuryluk of the Church of God. Seventh Day, of Marion officiated, assisted by the Rev. Dan King. Nancy Gleason was organist and Robert Reck sang "Sweet Bye and Bye." Pallbearers were Gerald Haeberlein, Earl Haeberlein, Gene Hensen, Murl Brafford, Bill Wright and Douglas Squibb. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery, under direction of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton. Mr. Childs died Feb. 27 at the Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson. Lines landowners." (Continued From Page 1) . the lights went out. The'store was then closed for the evening. . Many gas stations were closed because there was no power to pump gas, station attendants reported. Bar owners said they continued to do business by candlelight. "The lights blinked but they didn't go off at the hospital," Administrator Robert Blincow said. "We did not have to use the emergency generator." IPS reported several other area towns were without electrical power during the night. All of the outages were caused by wind-blown, ice-laden lines snapping Petersen said. Halbur was without electricity for an hour and 55 minutes. Willey was without power for two and a half hours beginning at 1 a.m., he added. Lake City and Lanesboro were out for an hour. Maple River and Arcadia were out for a short time after midnight because of broken power lines, Petersen reported. "There are major outages all over," said Robert Weaklend, Glidden Rural Electric Cooperative manager, Wednesday morning. The worst outages were in the Glidden area, he added. "The ice is so heavy and the wind has come up," Weaklend said, that the power lines are "galloping.", "We are just fighting a losing battle." A REC crew from Corning came in to help, but since most of the state is hit by the ice storm, few extra crews are available, Weaklend said. About 15 wine breaks were reported by-Wayne Weeks, Northwestern Bell Carroll district manager. All towns had some phone service by late Wednesday morning, but strong winds could snap the lines; he added. • Fees (Continued From Page 1) insurance company. Moreover, it appears that a conflict may exist between the state and some of the landowners. "The General Assembly should carefully consider the precedent which will be set by an act as proposed by this bill. Should the state, which does in fact indemnify its own public officers from liability and frequently provides them with legal counsel when they are sued, provide such indemnity and services to private citizens whose title to and possession of land is being contested? "Of course," Turner added, "we do provide some counsel fees to landowners in condemnation cases where their land is being taken by the state for public purposes and they receive a jury verdict and judgment for an amount in excess of the condemnation award. But this bill is unusual." Since the bill appears to be an act for a "private purpose," Turner said under the provisions of the Iowa constitution it probably would require a two-thirds vote of the members elected to each house. "This is not to say, however, that we do not recognize sound equitable arguments in favor of this act. For example, many of these landowners,' and their predecessors in interest, have had possession of this land and paid the taxes on it under Iowa law, and in some cases, under patents from both the state and federal governments, for 50 or 100 years or more. "Second," Turner said, "we suspect that the Omaha Indian Tribe is using federal funds to pay legal counsel for the Indians to fight Iowa Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.33 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.43 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) (USDA) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 4,000; barrows and gilts fairly active, 50 to mostly 75 lower, instances 1.00 off; except limited volume over 300 Ib, weak to 50 lower; U.S., 1-3, 190-250 Ib 47.00-47.50; sows steady to 25 higher; 350-600 Ib 43.50-44.50. Cattle and calves: 2,300; slaughter steers and heifers active, 50-75 higher; cows fairly active, firm; choice 975-1,225 Ib steers 35.25-36.50; a load mostly choice 1,050 Ib for Canadian shipment 36.00; choice 875-1,050 Ib heifers 34.00-35.50; utility and commercial cows 26.00-28.00, a few high-dressing 28.50; canner and cutter 20.00-26.00. Sheep: 900; slaughter lambs sleady, other classes scarce; choice, some with end-of-prime, 100-117 Ib shorn lambs 51.50-52.00; few 100-110 Ibwooled lambs 49.50. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves 600; hogs 4,000;,no sheep. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota hog market Wednesday. Estimated receipts 60,000; Tuesday actual 57,000; week ago 67,000; year ago 80,000; butchers mainly 50 lower with instances 1.00 lower than Tuesday; trade very uneven, generally slow; demand only moderate; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib country 45.50-46.00; packing plants 46.00-46.50; sows 50 lower; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ib 39.5041.50. Daily Grain DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Tuesday. Prices complied from county elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.37-2.43 4.23-4.39 N. Central 2.40-2.47 4.354.42 Northeast 2:40-2.53 4.384.49 Southwest 2.33-2.40 4.274.39 S. Central 2.41-2.47 4.344.44 Southeast 2.50-2.58 4.474.58 • Fraud (Continued From Page 1) persons applying for unemployment insurance. Under that provision sponsored by Sen. Calvin Hultman, R-Red Oak, the unemployed person would be required to obtain signatures from the employes he was referred to before receiving jobless pay. Sen. Cloyd Robinson, D-Cedar Rapids, sponsored the provision to rename the employment security commission "Job Service of Iowa," the same name the commission recently adopted for its services. "It occurred to me that while we are dealing with reorganization, we might as well change the name," Robinson said. "The agency has been divided into two divisions — job services and job insurance," he said. "It seems to me we should give the name 'to that' agency that they seem to want to operate under." The present commission has administrative duties as well as serving as an appeals board for unemployment pay decisions. The new single director, appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate, would serve as administrator. A three-member appeals board would decide on jobless pay appeals. An attempt to move the administration of the Iowa Public Employes' Retirement System advisory board from the commission to the state treasurer was defeated. BOARD TO MEET v The Board of Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a regular meeting in the office of the superintendent in the high school building in Manning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 10. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market dropped back today in the midst of some apparent uneasiness over tensions in southern Africa. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was off 8.81 at 976.31, and losers took a 5-3 lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. The government of Mozambique announced it was closing its border with Rhodesia, and asserted that a "state of war" existed between the two counries. Brokers said the news appeared to inject the same kind of caution into the market that had been shown at times over the civil war in Angola. ASA Ltd., an investment company concentrating of of South African gold mining shares, dropped 1% to 27'/a in active trading. Gold concerns with mines in the United States and Canada simultaneously, gained ground. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks lost .42 to 53.40. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down. 13 at 103.84. • Program (Continued From Page 1) the past year," the sheriff continued. "Most farmers cannot identify an item such as this without some type of markings." Grain ID confetti or machinery marking tools may be purchased from the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, Environmental and Local Affairs, 5400 University Ave., West Des Moines, Iowa 50265. Marking tools sell for $30. The program was developed through the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation, State Association of County Sheriffs and Deputies and the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. These insurance firms have announced support of the program: Iowa Insurance Institute, Mutual Insurance Association of Iowa, Grinneli Mutual Reinsurance Co., Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co., Aid Insurance Services and IMT Insurance Co. • COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Richard D. or Dorothy M. Main, Carroll, Dodge; Dennis R. or Dianne E. Vetter, Arcadia, Buick; Mildred L. Middleton, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Keister Lumber Co., Inc., Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Leon W. or Donna M. Kennebeck, Carroll, A. J. Travelute; Robert S. McGuire, Carroll, Pontiac. Real Estate Transfers— Edwin arid Georgia Ellerbrock to Mary A. Schulte, '/2 interest in E'ANW'ANE 1 /^ Sec. 7, Twp. 85 N, Range 34 W. William J. and Lucille Soppe to Marlin J. and JoAnne Bauer, Lot 7, Irreg. Surv. NW'/4NW'/4, Sec. 21, Twp. 82 N, Range 34 W. William Meister Jr. to Alice Meister, Lot 6, Block 2, Thomas Addition, Carroll. Theresia Liewer estate to Marvin Wendl, Parts of S W '/4 S E l /4, E te S E V 4 , fractional NW/4SWV4 and fractional SW/4SW/4, Sec. 30, Twp. 83 N, Range 34 W. Marvin Wendl to Wendl, Inc., Parts of SW'/iSE'/i, E'ASW'A, fractional NW'/iSW'A, fractional SWV4SW/4, Sec. 30, Twp. 83 N, Range 34W. First National Bank, Manning, to L. J. Margaret Stoberl. E^SW'/i, Sec. 22; NW'/4. Sec. 26, Twp. 82 N, Range 36 W. DISTRICT COURT Two Found Guilty- Richard Tunning, Route 2, Coon Rapids, and Matt Bauer Jr., rural Carroll, were found guilty in separate cases in Carroll County District Court Monday after neither appeared in court. Tunning was fined $50 and costs for speeding by District Court Judge R. K. Richardson, Jefferson. Bauer, who was fined $20 and costs, was found guilty of running a stop sign. MAGISTRATE COURT Forgery Charge- Lisa R. Duncan, Denison was charged in Magistrate Court Tuesday with forging a $72.97 check at Gibson's Discount Center in Carroll. The alleged forgery occurred Feb. 28, according to the information filed by Asst. Coijnty Atty. Gregory J., Siemahn. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident— Patricia A. Pietig, 1839 Crestview Drive, Carroll, was charged with following too close after an accident Tuesday afternoon, Officers Norbert Kaspersen and Remain Boes reported. The Pietig car and one driven by Beverly A. Dentlinger, Route 3, Glidden, collided on U.S. 30 near Main Street Tuesday afternoon, the officers said. unidentified passing motorist, Deputy Jack Satern reported. The accident occurred two and a half miles east of Lake City on U.S. 175 on Feb. 24, he said. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions February 26— Leon Jessen, Scranton John F. Gronstal, Carroll Admissions February 27— Richard Petersen, Exira John A. Sanders, Carroll Gary Mendenhall, Coon Rapids Tami Thomas, Bayard Mrs. Lucille M. Neppl, Carroll Frank J. Kathmann, Templeton Jeremy J. Leiting, Westside Admissions February 28— Glenn R. Pudenz, Carroll Tran Tran, Bayard Mrs. Bertha Bruns, Carroll Admissions February 29— Mrs. Wes Jenkins, Carroll Dr. John Dermody, Carroll Mrs. Elizabeth E. Meister, Carroll Miss Karen M. Olberding, Carroll Admissions March 1— Mrs. Eldon Schuler, Carroll Kevin Jansen, Manning Mrs. Dale A. Johnson, Glidden Ricky Julich, Breda Laverdos Onken, Carroll Jerome Kraus, Breda Clifton Dickinson, Ralston Lorri Martz, Bayard Mrs. Walter Wittrock, Halbur Edward Willenborg, Carroll Mrs. Arnold Christensen, Coon Rapids Tonya South, Coon Rapids Mrs. Kenneth Morlan, Scranton Admissions March 2— Mrs. Walter Gettler, Adair Arthur F. Rust, Carroll Jason Leistad, Denison Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Carroll Mrs. Margaret Pletchette, Dedham Lisa M.Irlbeck. Carroll . Ellen M. Fitzpatrick, Churdan Mrs. Burdette Domino. Sac City Nationwide Truck Strike May Be Called Rural Leaders Are Named for t Cancer Crusade Rural leaders in the Carroll County Cancer Crusade were announced Wednesday by James Carroll, chairman. They include Mrs. Art Gerken, northwest; Mrs. Frank West, northeast; Leonard Rupiper, southwest; and Mrs. Arnold Danzer, southeast. Carroll has divided the county into four areas and each leader is responsible for four townships and the towns within each area. The crusade will be conducted March 24 to April 12. The kickoff meeting for the city and rural crusade is set for 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 23, in the St. Anthony Regional Hospital education room. All leaders, block and township workers and others involved in the Crusade are urged to attend. Courses to Start Mar. 8 College level courses are being offered by the Des Moines Area Community College at the Carroll High School beginning March 8. The courses definitely being offered are Business Law II, General Psychology, Economics I, Contemporary Literature, Expository Analysis, and Accounting III. Enough students are already enrolled to hold the classes, Richard Hogan, Carroll High School guidance counsellor, said. . The following'classes may be held if more people enroll: U.S. History, Personnel Supervision, Human Relations, Music Appreciation and General Chemistry I. Students may make an application to enroll during the first week of classes or by calling Hogan at the high school. High school seniors may take the courses. The credits received for the courses are transferable to any two or four year college, he said. Veterans may receive Veterans' Administration benefits while taking the courses. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Tuesday- Opal Thede taken from Carroll Manor to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. LAKE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT Car In Ditch— A car driven by a 15-year-old Lake City youth went out of control and into a ditch, Officer Robert Subbert reported. The accident occurred Friday night along an unmarked gravel road on the southern edge of Lake City, he said. The car belonged to Rick Blair, Lake City, and was estimated to be a total loss, he said. The youth was charged with operating a motor vehicle without a license, Subbert said. CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF Lands In Ditch— A car driven by Lynn Daniel Zimbeck, Lanesboro, was forced into the ditch by an CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa (AP) — The editor of a popular truck drivers' magazine says another Nationwide trucking strike may be in the offing. Mike Parkhurst. editor of Overdrive Magazine, said union drivers are considering shutting down their rigs March 31. Some isolated areas of violence — particularly in Chicago. Cleveland and Pittsburgh — are possible. Parkhurst said Tuesday. But he discounted rumors of nationwide disturbances similar to outbursts during an independent truckers' strike a year ago. . Teamsters' Union members seeking wage increases will meet March 14 in Nashville to discuss strike possibilities. Parkhurst said. ^ Bill Would Raise Hunting, Fishing Fees DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Fees for hunting and fishing licenses in Iowa would rise under a bill approved 70-21 by the Iowa House and sent to the Senate. The annual fishing license for lowans would be $5 instead of the present $4. Deer and turkey hunting fees for residents would rise from $10 to $12. Combined hunting and fishing licenses for residents would be increased from $8 to ELECT KOSTER • : ' Carroll County Supervisor Walter Rosier, Breda, has been elected chairman of the Carroll County Solid Waste Management Commission. Carroll Mayor Ronald H. Schechtman was named as vice chairman and H.J. Kienapfel secretary-treasurer. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Winter storm watch west and north tonight and Thursday. Tonight and Thursday snow northwest, possibly becoming heavy. A combination of snow and freezing rain in a band from southwest to northeast. Showers and thunderstorms southeast. Colder. Low tonight upper teens northwest, mid 30s southeast High Thursday 20s northwest' 30s southeast. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday through Sunday — A chance of rain or snow southeast during the period. Un- seasonably cold. Highs in the 30s Friday and Saturday, warming to the 40s Sunday : Lows in the teens to low 20s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) • Politics (Continued From Page 1) gates. —Bayh 32.915 votes, or 5 per cent, and 1 delegate. —Ellen McCormack, thean- tiabortion candidate. 23,406 votes, or 4 per cent, and 1 delegate. —Pennsylvania Gov. Milton J. Shapp 19.926 votes, or 3 per cent, and 1 delegate. Jackson said his victory in Massachusetts was based on a "broad coalition" of support, but both Udall and Wallace proclaimed triumph, too. The Washington senator said on the CBS "Morning News" that he did not think Florida would be decisive in choosing the Democratic nominee. "Wallace is ahead in the South, let's face it," he said. "The point is that I beat Jimmy Carter and George Wallace in the kind of state you must win." Logjam in Negotiations on Teacher Pact SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — The vacation of a Sioux City school board member has created a logjam in negotiations for a new teacher contract here. The Sioux City Education Association (SCEA) and the school district reached an impasse in negotiations which began last September. Under the terms of the Iowa Public Employes' Collective Bargaining Act, they presented their cases to a factfinder. Dr. James Doyle of Omaha. Doyle held a public hearing on the matter and delivered Briefly . African 'State of War' MAPUTO, Mozambique (AP) — The Communist-backed government of Mozambique declared today "a state of war" exists with Rhodesia and announced it has sealed off its 800-mile border with the white-ruled nation. Some prices on the London stock exchange immediately dropped. However, a Rhodesian government spokesman in Salisbury said that "a state of war" did not mean a declaration of war. The Mozambique Ministry of Information confirmed this but said Mozambique was being put on a war footing. Last week Rhodesian forces went into "hot pursuit after some of the thousands of African guerrillas , infiltrating from the Mozambique border, killing 24 guerrillas and suffering one Rhodesian soldier dead. Rhodesia, a breakaway British colony, has a regular army of 3,500 men and 10,000 reservists, many of whom have been called up in recent months. But Rhodesia has been bolstering its forces over the past year with an additional but undisclosed number of callups. Seize 50-100 Stolen Cars DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Authorities say stolen vehicles have been confiscated from 50 to 100 lowans as part of an investigation of an alleged cartheft ring. The people who lost the cars and trucks have no claim to the vehicles, officials say, and must sue the seller to be reimbursed. The investigation is centered in Henry County of southeast Iowa and is expected to involve more confiscations in coming months, but authorities are reluctant to discuss the probe, according to a copyrighted story in Wednesday's Des Moines Register. A silver 1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV was confiscated last fall from Donald E. Gartin, Mount Pleasant. Gartin is an attorney for Walter Wellington, 33, operator of a Mount Pleasant used car business and salvage yard. , Wellington was under investigation by a Henry County grand jury in connection with an alleged auto theft ring when he died in an explosion behind a Mount Pleasant bank last Sept. 7. Lockheed Denial WASHINGTON (AP) — Lockheed Aircraft Corp.'s new chairman denied today that federal funds were used to replace money the firm spent on bribes to foreign government officials to influence aircraft sales. Chairman Robert W. Haack told the Senate Banking Committee that Lockheed has taken positive steps to ensure no improper payments are made in the future and he stressed that his company "has not been alone in the payment of commissions and other payments on overseas business." Meanwhile, Sen. William Proxmire, D-Wis., the Banking Committee chairman, said Lockheed and the Securities and Exchange Commission are near agreement on terms for an independent probe into the multi-million dollar bribes Lockheed has acknowledged paying. 4 Killed, 11 Hurt in Blast .POINT PLEASANT,,W.Va. (AP) — A man whose wife was in jail on a charge of killing their infant daughter lugged a shotgun and a suitcase full of dyi amite into the Mason County Courthouse, then fired the gun into the bag, authorities report. The resulting explosion before midnight Tuesday killed the man, his wife and two police officers and injured 11 other persons, state police said. Among the injured, state police said, were six officers and five county jail inmates. The dead were identified as Bruce Sisk; his 18-year-old wife, Harriet; Mason County Sheriff Pete Wedge and Deputy Kenneth Love. The woman had been jailed Monday on a charge that she murdered the couple's 2-month-old daughter. Yesterday's high 32 Yesterday's low 26 nls report to the school board At7a.m.today 20 At 10a.m.today 20 Weather A Year Ago— A trace of snow fell in the 24 hours before 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. Temperatures varied from a high of 28 to a low of 3 degrees. and the SCEA on Thursday. Both bodies must' accept or reject his report: if they do not agree to accept it, the contract is subject to binding arbitration. The 860-member SCEA overwhelmingly accepted the report Tuesday. Postal Service May Advertise WASHINGTON (AP) —The Postal Service, alarmed by the drop in mail use, is considering a nationwide advertising campaign urging people to write more letters. The ads would be "not unlike the telephone company's campaign for long-distance calling, the it's-the-next-best-thing-to-being-there theme," J.T. Ellington, a senior assistant postmaster general, said in an interview. An increase in long distance telephone calling has been one factor in the recent decline in mail useage. "In 1972 the average household was mailing 3.8 pieces of first class mail per week. In 1974 it was down to 3.2 and in a survey last fall it was 2.6 sent per household per week," Ellington said. Ford, Carter Edge Ahead r ATLANTA (AP) — Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter have edged ahead of Ronald Reagan and George Wallace'in the race for presidential votes in the South, a nonprofit poll of registered voters shows. The poll, paid for and conducted by Darden Research Corp., was released Tuesday. In questioning 600 voters in seven states, Darden found 19.5 per cent preferred President Ford, followed by Carter with 15.5 per cent, Wallace with 14 per cent and Reagan with 13.3 per cent. The survey was conducted Feb. 27-29 in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. • In a similar survey Jan. 9-13, voter's put Reagan at the top of the list with 19.8 per cent. Ford with 17.6 per cent, Wallace with 12.1 per cent and Carter with 3.2 per cent. Subsidies Overpayments WASHINGTON (AP) — A government report concludes that the Agriculture Department approved $8 million in subsidy overpayments to nine grain companies involved in the controversial 1972 Soviet wheat deal. A department attorney said letters were sent to several firms last week demanding repayment, 18 months after a critical audit. The General Accounting Office' report, released Tuesday, found that the firms used complicated trading techniques to qualify for the export subsidies. Rep. Pierre DuPont, R-Del., who requested the report, said it appeared that the firms had "manipulated" their trading patterns to earn the large, subsidy payments. J

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