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Judge Raises Bond in C.R. School Case Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, March 11, 1976 Daily Record Bond of $150,000 must be posted before an injunction can be granted halting work on the Coon Rapids Junior-Senior High School. R.K. Richardson, Sarroll County District Court judge, handed down the ruling late Thursday morning which raises the bond from the $5,000 ' he had tentatively set earlier. Fifty-three Coon Rapids Community School District residents have filed suit to stop any work related to constructing the school. Voters approved building the school Jan. 13 by about 60 per cent. The injunction, which would be granted if bond is posted, would stop all work concerning the school until the main lawsuit is settled. The main suit asks that the results of the election be thrown out because of alleged election irregularities. A hearing to determine whether the bond was large enough was held March 4. At that time the school district's attorney, Matt Barron of Audubon, said a $200,000 bond "would not be unreasonable." A motion by the school district to dismiss the case was overruled by Richardson. Effects the judge's action will have were not certain Thursday. Coon Rapids Supt. Douglas Anderson said surveying and soil testing have been completed at the proposed school site in north Coon Rapids. Building plans are nearing completion, he added. "We're ready to start taking bids," the superintendent said. But, Anderson added, probably no contractor would bid on a project which is being contested in the courts. Deaths, Funerals | CAROLINE REINEKE Caroline (Lena) Reineke, 89, of Carroll died Wednesday, March 10, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a lingering Illness. * Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Thursday. The rosary will be recited there Thursday at 3 p.m. by the Legion of Mary and also at 8 p.m. Miss Reineke, daughter of William A. and Christine Claussen Reineke, was born at Carroll May 23, 1886. She was educated at SS. Peter and Paul Church. She was a member of Holy Spirit Church and Women's Guild and the Legion of Mary. She is survived by cousins. Preceding her in death were three brothers and two sisters. PHILLIP MACKEY LOHRVILLE — Funeral rites for Phillip Mackey, 46, of Redwood City, Calif., formerly of Lohrville, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City. The Rev. Jerome Koenig will officiate. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Churdan. The rosary will be recited Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Huffman's. Mr. Mackey died at Redwood City March 9. Surviving are three daughters, Kathy Killian of Canyon Country, Calif., Julie Mackey of Tacoma, Wash., and Theresa Emmerick of Washington; two brothers and three sisters. MRS. FRED ROSEKE , SAC CITY - Mrs. Fred Roseke, 84, of Sac City died here Tuesday, March 9, at Loring Hospital. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Emanuel St. John Lutheran Church, Lytton, with interment in the church cemetery. The Faroer and Otteman Funeral Home of Frank Eischeid Halbur - Age 78 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 2 p.m. Friday Rosaries 3 p.m. Friday * 7:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 p.m. Friday by the Parish t The Holy Name Society Mass of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Augustine's Church, Halbur Officiating Rev. Leo Riesberg Interment St. August.ine's Cemetery, Halbur Caroline (Lena) Reineke Carroll - Age 89 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Thursday Rosary Thursday at 3 p.m. by the Legion of Mary and at 8 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. leo Lenz, V.F. Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery SHARP TWIT •El Itvim * 1 I l^^*AV . ^* ^* ^~ ^* ^* FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 years FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, MARCH 1 3 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp Extra Large run of Native Cattle If you need calves or yearlings of real good quality the kind that will 'go right to work for you be here Saturday. We will have one of the finest offerings for this sale that we have had for a long time. If you have livestock you wish to sell on this sale please contact us. You know you get the best deal here at our auction. All consignments are appreciated. Top prices on all market animals each week. CATTLE 23 Whiteface A Black Whiteface heifers - green, open, vacc., lice treated. 550 Ibs. From Glidden. 3 Crossbred s teens- 650 Ibs. From Glidden. 40 Whiteface ft Black Whiteface heifers - Vacc., open, lice treated. Just right for feeding. From Glidden. 4 Crossbred calves — 300 Ibs. From Carroll. 2 Whiteface steer calves - 325 Ibs. Special consignment: 12 Angus cows — 2nd ft 3rd calf springers. Will calve in April. This is a good young set of cows. From Carroll. Plus several more calves ft yearlings of all weights. 2 Shorthorn cows — young heavy springers. HOGS Several pens of pigs of all weights each week. MISCELLANEOUS We expect several pickup loads of straw. We have 2 loads for sure as of this time. Also 2 loads of hay. Plus some used lumber. NOTE: All of the above advertised will be here if the weather permits. lillMMMtMMtiOMIMMIMMMMMMMIMMiilMMMIMMilMMMMMMIIMM"""""" 1 . C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Pawl Grate Owners and Operators •am Phone 792-2572 located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30, V* North Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ..$4.42 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.47 Oats 1.50 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Thursday 65.000; actual receipts Wednesday 53,000; week ago 35,000; year ago 51,000. Butchers mostly 1.00 higher than midession Wednesday or mostly 50 higher than close; trade fairly active; demand good; U..S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 45.25-45.75; plants 45.75-46.50; few in country 45.00 and plants 47.00; sows mostly 50 higher, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 38.50-41.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 900; slaughter lambs steady Wednesday; choice-and prime 90-110 Ib shorn mostly No. 1 pelts 51.00-52.00; choice and prime 90-110 Ib wooled 48.00-49.00. Sac City is in charge of arrangments. Mrs. Roseke was born and reared in Sac County and lived in the Sac City and .Lytton areas all of her life. She is survived by her husband; a brother, Walter Kreft of Sac City; and three sisters, Mrs. Richard Glasnapp of Yetter, Mrs. Herman Leege and Mrs. Russell Ringgenberg of Lytton. JOSEPH H. SANDER Final rites for Joseph H. Sander, 72, of Carroll were held Wednesday.afternoon. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., officiated at the mass of the resurrection at 1:30 in Holy Spirit Church. Committal rites were conducted at St. Francis Cemetery, Maple River, by the Rev. James Bruch. Pallbearers were Loren Leiting, Jon Leiting, Jim Middendorf, Gene Nieland, Steve Sander and Mark Vonnahme. The Twjt Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Columbus and New Castle, Neb.; Colfax, Albert City. Ames, Des Moines, Manilla, Coon Rapids, Manning, Wall Lake, Westside. Arcadia.. Breda, Mt. Carmel, Auburn^ Roselle, Maple Riv'S Carroll. Mr. Sander died at his home March 8. He was a former service station owner and operator. FRANK EISCHEID HALBUR - Frank Eischeid, 78, lifelong resident of the Halbur community, died at his home in Halbur Thursday morning, March 11. He had been in failing health for several years. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated here at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Augustine Church by the Rev. Leo Riesberg. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 2 p.m. Friday. The rosary will be recited Friday at 3 and 7:30 p.m. and also at 8:30 p.m. by parishioners and the Holy Name Society. Mr. Eischeid was born Aug. 22, 1897, a son of Martin and Anna Riesselman Eischeid. On, Feb. 9, 1926, he married Frances Wanninger at Sacred Heart Church, Templeton, with the late Rev. Msgr. F.H. Huesmann officiating. They lived one mile south and one-half mile east of Halbur until retiring and moving into town in 1956. He was a member of St. Augustine Church and Holy Name Society. Surviving with his wife are seven children: Walter of Hixon, Tenn.; Clarence of Manning; Mrs. Francis (Doris) Ausman of Buena Park, Calif.; Norbert of Sagamore, Mass.; Dennis of Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Ronald of Cambridge, Ohio; and Gary of Cleveland, Tenn. He is also survived by 27 grandchildren and a brother, Martin Eischeid of Manning. A brother and a sister preceded Mr. Eischeid in death. • Wick (Continued From Page 1) leans to serve from July 1977 through June 1978. Stewart said Rotary International has not issued any statement over Wick'« alleged affiliation nor is one intended. "As to whether or not Mr. Wick has issued a statement, I don't know," he said. There are an estimated 775,000 Rotarians throughout the world. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Paris L. or Thelma J. Thompson, Coon Rapids, Ford; Duane R. or-Joyce A. Conner, Glidden, Buick; Lucrezia A. Tomes, Carroll, Ford; Melvinor Leona Sibbel, Carroll, Buick; Marvin J. Simons, Carroll, Suzuki; Arthur H. Behrens, Carroll, Suzuki; Herman Ford-Mercury, Inc., Carroll, Ford; Felix or Loraine R. Irlbeck, Templeton, Ford; Gerald Hann, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Dennis L. and Marva L. Henderson to David C. and Board of Trade CHICAGO IAPI — wheat futures led most farm commodty futures into declines on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat futures fell 3 cents a bushel while soybeans were down 2 and corn and oats about 1. Soybeans oil eased 25 points, or Vi cent a pound. Soybean meal prices were irregular. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) —The stock market struggled ahead today with the Dow Jones industrial average continuing to oscillate around the 1,000 level. The Dow average of 30 blue chips stood at 998.19, up 2.91, at noon after touching 1,000 briefly for the fourth time in the last three sessions at mid-morning. Gainers outpaced losers by about a 5-3 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. • Code (Continued From Page 1) was a proposal by a judiciary subcommittee to eliminate the reference to deadly force. It said there are times when it would be reasonable to use deadly force and that doesn't need to be spelled out. Rep. Clay Spear, D-Burlington, would limit the use of deadly force to cases where the officer believes the would-be escapee is armed with a dangerous weapon, is held on'a felony charge or conviction or would be seriously dangerous to society' if he escaped. t , 6 'R'ep. Robert Kreim6n,: Moines, would" alloto use of deadly force on persons held on misdemeanor charges if a deadly weapon is used in the escape attempt. "Deadly force" is defined as shooting at a person or occupied vehicle with intent to cause serious injury or death, or use of other force which creates a strong probability of injury or death. By a vote of 47-43, the House decided Thursday that any lo- wan should be allowed to use "deadly force" to stop forcible felonies. • The bill, defines as forcible felonies felonious assault, murder, sexual abuse, kidnaping, robbery, first-degree arson and burglary. Karen E. Runge, part of Lot 3, Block 1, Hinrichs' South Side Addition, Carroll. Mark C. and Marcia R. Johnson to Harry 0. and Nancy P. Butler, Lot 7, Block 1, Thomas Second Addition, Carroll. United Methodist Church of Manning to Marlin and Jo Ann Bauer, Lots 7 and 8, Block 14, Dedham. Arthur J. and Karen K. Irlbeck to Arthur J. and Karen K. Irlbeck, part of Lots 1 and 2, Block 14, Dedham. Merrill W. and Florence M. Rogers to Carolee Evans Trust, Eloise Anthony and Kenneth Rogers, part of SE'A, Sec. 13, Twp. 85N, Range 35W. Raymond W. and Grace Wernimont to La Verne A. and Jerome J. Rolfes, part of Sec. 23, Twp. 84N, Range 35W. Estate of Ellanor Borgmeyer to Charles W. and Isabelle C. Feld, part of E%NE'/4, Sec, 17, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. Ernest J. and Margaret L. Feld, et al, to Charles W. and Isabelle C. Feld, part of EVfeNE'/i, Sec. 17, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. Charles W. and Isabelle C. Feld, to Vernis and Wanda Juergens, W'ANWV^ Sec. 21, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. MAGISTRATE COURT Davis Arrested— Dave Davis, Coon Rapids, was charged with possession of a controlled substance Wednesday by the Carroll County Sheriff's office. He was released after posting 10 per cent of his $1,000 bond by Magistrate Ronald Eich. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Wednesday— . Alice Gaffney taken from Carroll Health Center to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Thursday- Ann Huber, Carroll, taken'to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. (-Briefly Larry Lester ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 8— Dennis Quick, Carroll Mrs. Lillian Murphy, Carroll Mrs. Catherine Schulte, Carroll Mrs. Charles Soyer, Glidden Mrs. Deane Hofstad, Glidden Admissions March 9— 4, Lawrence: Vennet^jGarroll \ Jane Pierce', Coon Rapids i' '•'•' Mrs. Alvina Kasperbauer, Templeton Edward Steffes, Gray Amanda Tank, Carroll Loretta Belsheim 2 Lake Cityans Candidates for the Legislature Two Lake City persons have announced they will be candidates for election to the Iowa legislature. Democrat Larry Lester is seeking the Senate seat held by Rep. William Winkelman, R-Lohrville. Loretta Belsheim, a Republican, is running for the House seat now held by Opal Miller, D-Rockwell City. Lester, a University of Northern Iowa graduate,'is on the Lake City Community School District faculty. He plans a "one-to-one" campaign, he said in making his announcement. Mrs. Belsheim, wife of the Rev. Harold G. Belsheim, pastor of the Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Lake City, wa"s graduated from Ellsworth Junior College and the University of Missouri. Lester is seeking the Senate District 24 seat which contains Calhoun and Sac and parts of Carroll, Greene, Crawford, Ida, Cherokee. Buena Vista and Pocahontas counties. 'Mrs. Belsheim is running for the House seat in District 47 in Calhoun and parts of Carroll, Greene, Sac and Pocahontas Counties. Find Possible Flaw in Jobless Tax Law From The Arthur N. Neu Municipal Airport The Arthur N. Neu airport has an auxiliary power unit which runs on propane gas. It can operate all the runway lights, the lighted beacon and the navigation and radio aids enabling use of the Carroll airport even in emergency conditions. Last week's power outage put it to good use. The generator also powers the fuel pumps so operations of aircraft can be near normal. By Iowa Daily Press Association DES MOINES — A question is being raised as to whether there is a major flaw in a bill passed by the Legislature last year dealing with unemployment compensation tax rates. The bill was intended to do three things: —Prevent the triggering in of higher payroll taxes for all "black balance" employers; —Levy a surtax for 1976 of seven-tenths of one per cent; and, —Increase the taxable wage base from $4,200 to $6,000 per CORRECTION The second paragraph in the third column of the Block Grant story in Wednesday's Daily Times Herald should have read; The federal Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 was set up to fund metropolitan cities over 50,000 population. But, $5.4 million was to go into Iowa's non-metropolitan areas this year, the director said. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Rain likely over much of the state tonight, changing to snow northwest late. Chance of thundershowers south. Low upper 20s northwest, 40s southeast. Good chance of snow northwest Friday and rain changing to snow southeast. Windy and colder. High 40s southeast, low 30s northwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday Through Monday Little or no precipitation and cool. Highs upper 20s to mid 30s Saturday and Sunday, upper 30s and low 40s Monday. Lows five to teens Saturday and Sunday. 15 to 25 Monday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy ol Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high...........36 Yesterday's low 31 At 7a.m. today 28 At lOaim. today 34 Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures ranged from a high of 29 to a low of 20 degrees in Carroll a year ago today. employe for calendar year 1976. ^ Some legal experts are questioning whether employers with a zero contribution rate are affected by the temporary emergency tax. The act enacted last year imposes the tax of seven-tenths of one per cent '' on all contributing employers." These experts contend that since zero-rated employers would not be "contributing employers," and accordingly would not be subject to the temporary emergency tax. Twenty-two per cent of the- lowa employers have a zero-rate experience. It is conceivable that someone may take the question to the courts, or, more likely the Legislature may step in and clarify its actions of a year ago. Meanwhile, the unemployment insurance trust fund continues to shrink as the state is paying out $3 million a week in unemployment compensation benefits. Some legislators fear the fund may go broke in 1977. Sen. Cloyd Robinson, D-Cedar Rapids, as chairman of the Senate Labor and industrial relations committee has appointed a special subcommittee to look into the solvency of the fund. Robinson will serve as chairman of the subcommittee. The other two members are Senators Fred Nolting, D-Waterloo and Lucas DeKoster, R-Hull. HOSPITALIZED Frank J. Meyer is a surgical patient at Mercy Hospital, Sixth and University Ave., Des Moines, Iowa 50314. His room number is 5035. MEMORIAL FUND A memorial funp! to the American Heart Association has been set up for John W. (Jack) Hills. Those who wish to contribute may send it to Lambert Thelen. Carroll. Battle Over Diagonals DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A battle has erupted between the State Transportation Commission, which wants to build direct highways, and farmers who want to save the land."Twenty-five per cent .of the grade 'A' farmland in the United States is in the state of Iowa," said Ross Wylie of Jesup. "When we construct diagonal highways, we not only take land out of production, but we interrupt farming on both sides." Wylie was one of some 50 farmers who told their side of the story while transportation commissioners defended their policies before a group of state legislators Wednesday. The farmers' complaint has surfaced before. The current problem is the proposed routing of Interstate 380 between Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. Commissioners contend that a diagonal routing between the two cities is necessary for safety and to receive federal funding: "All Iowa land is laid out in square sections," Sen. James Gallagher, D-Jesup, explained the situation. "A diagonal cuts through those sections, causing pie-shaped land. With six-and eight-row equipment, farmers can't make the turns. "The farmers want the highways to run north and south or east and west like most Iowa roads are," he said. "We havexcertainly avoided diagonals wherever possible," said commission Chairman Robert Rigler of New Hampton. "We recognize the need to conserve valuable farmland. We recognize how high priced Iowa farmland has become." Eastlaiid Aide Probe Told WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI investigated espionage charges in 1968 against one of Sen. James 0. Eastland's aides who subsequently admitted furnishing information to Soviet agents and was fired, according to two knowledgeable sources. The FBI tried to use the man as a double agent who would maintain his contacts with the Soviets in order to gather information for the FBI, the sources said Wednesday. But that plan was abandoned because FBI agents concluded the man was unreliable, said the sources. He was never prosecuted. Both sources are familiar with the case; one is a former FBI intelligence official. The FBI also investigated two of its own agents suspected of passing secret information to hostile foreign spies in the 1950s, the former official said. The "hush-hush" probes produced circumstantial evidence against the two agents but neither was ever prosecuted, the source said. In the Eastland case, the suspected Soviet spy was described as a "staff aide" to the powerful Mississippi Democrat. He worked for Eastland from May 1966 to May 1968. when the senator fired him. \ Political Spotlight on Illinois By The Associated Press President Ford's campaign prepared to roll into Illinois today while his opponent, former California Gov. Ronald Reagan, stalked vote-rich Republican counties downstate. Reagan,— who lost to Ford in Florida's GOP primary this week — declared Wednesday that he has >'no illusions" about winning the election next Tuesday . in Illinois, his native state. But he said he is uninterested in the vice presidency and will stay in the presidential race until the national convention. Democrats, too, shifted their attention to Illinois. Former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter, who won the Democratic primary in Florida, and Alabama Gov. George Wallace, who finished second, were downstate courting the farm vote. Carter proclaimed the Illinois primary "my most important in the nation." 'Assignment America' WASHINGTON (AP) - U.Si diplomats will be assigned to year-long stints working with American state and local governments and schools in an effort to give the officials a tetter feel for the country they represent. The State Department says its "Assignment America" program is designed to give Foreign Service officers career training and experience as well as giving them needed contact with the people they serve. A department spokesman said a pilot group of about 20 officers will be involved when the domestic service program begins this summer. No specific assignments have been firmly decided on yet. said spokesman Gerson H. Lush. "It's still up in the air, "he said. However, it is expected that positions to be filled by the initial group will include a spot on the staff of Georgia Gov. George Bustee along with a top-level job in the Wisconsin state government. Not Enough Protection WASHINGTON (AP) —A number of former CIA /' employes say the Ford administration has not acted effectively to protecj, undercover agents overseas despite its outrage over the murder of one CIA man and the public identification of others. But in a series of interviews the former employes, from a street-level undercover "case worker" to senior officials once in the agency's highest echelon, applauded Ford's proposal to make unauthorized disclosure of secret information a federal crime. More than a year of public .discussion of intelligence issues without resolution has brought CIA morale to a low point, left potential sources, including those from the Soviet Union, fearful of offering information to the CentBal Intelligence Agency and may have damaged agency recruiting for new officers, these men say. Psychiatrist Testifies SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A psychiatrist whom Patricia Hearst once accused of bullying her to tears says she "quivered and half-sobbed" when he bluntly inquired into her motives for joining terrorists in a bank holdup. Dr. Harry Kozol, who was embroiled in a dispute with Miss Hearst in January, began his testimony for the prosecution Wednesday at her trial for bank robbery. U.S. Atty. James L. Browning Jr. said Kozol, who interviewed the defendant five times, will challenge her contention that she was still a frightened kidnap victim when she joined her Symbionese Liberation Army captors in crime. Chief defense counsel F. Lee Bailey said he would vigorously protest Kozol's testimony and probably would refer to the previous dispute between the doctor and the defendant.

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