[ Deaths, Funerals | Tim*. Herald, Corral), la. Monday, March JI, 1 »76 Illllttlllllt Daily Record JAMES W. GRETEMAN TEMPLETON — Mass of the resurrection for James W. Greteman, 38, of Cedar Rapids was celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Matthew's Church, Cedar Rapids, by the Rev. Ronald G. Friedell. Rites were under direction of John B. Turner & Son Funeral Home East, with Mr. Greteman's co-employes of the funeral home as pallbearers and an escort by the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus of Cedar Rapids. On Friday, mass of the resurrection was also celebrated at 11 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church here by the Rev. Eugene T. Schumacher. Pallbearers were Tony Ocken, Dan Lechtenberg, James Schoeppner, Edwin Kalkhoff, Allie Prebeck and Ernie Wehn. Interment was in the parish cemetery with the Qhde Funeral Home of Manning in charge. Military honors were accorded by American Legion Post 22 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3517, both of Manning. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Los Angeles, Calif.; Cheyenne, Wyo.; Kenmore, Grand Forks, and Butte, N.D.; Lincoln, Omaha and Blair, Neb.; Chicago, 111.; Des Moines, Earling, Defiance, Audubon, Carroll, Manilla, Manning and the surrounding community. Mr. Greteman died unexpectedly early Tuesday morning, Mar. 16, at his home. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Greteman of Templeton. FRANCIS HUELSHORST ARCADIA — Francis Huelshorst, 58, of Exira, formerly of Arcadia, died unexpectedly in Exira Sunday, March 21. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated'at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Church here by the Rev. C. A. Ahmann. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Monday. The rosary will be recited Monday at 8 p.m. Mr. Huelshorst was a son of Conrad and the late Lena Bergman Huelshorst. He was born at Arcadia April 1,1917, and received, his , education there.'He had lived at Exira since 1966. Surviving are his father, of Arcadia; two brothers, Gene Huelshorst of Carroll and Vincent Huelshorst of Missouri Valley; and two sisters, Mrs. Roy (Regina) Ludwig of Arcadia and Mrs. Henry (Theresa) Berns of Chebanse. 111. CLEMJ.KLOCKE DEDHAM — Clem J. Klocke, 75, of Dedham, died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 20. . Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Church here by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll, where the rosary will be recited at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Monday. Mr. Klocke, son of Joseph and Frances Bierl Klocke, was born at Templeton Dec. 23, 1900, and spent his youth there. On Aug. 25, 1925, he married Elizabeth Wiskus, with the late Rev. Christopher Huelshorst officiating at the wedding in St. Joseph's Church, Dedham. They farmed 2M> miles south of Dedham until retiring and moving into town in 1966. He was a member of St. Joseph's Church and Rosary Society. Surviving with his wife are 16 children including Mrs. Arnold (Jessie) Fast of Snyder, Neb., Mrs. Gene (Maxine) McFarland of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Roy (Helen) Knobbe of Willey, Mrs. William (Lorraine) Gettler of Yale, Mrs. Frances Phipps of Vancouver, Wash., Lambert and Gerald of Rockwell City, LeRoy and Ronald of Coon Rapids, Mrs. Earl (Louise) Costello of Vail, James of Auburn, Wash., Larry of Gray, Mrs. Eldon (Sharon) Wright of Scranton, Wayne and Mrs. Kenneth (Donna) Lowe of Derby, Kan., and Mrs. James (Marlene) Wille of Oconomowoc, Wis. Mr. Klocke also is survived by 64 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; four brothers, Ambrose Klocke of Templeton, Clarence Klocke of Coon Rapids, Alphonse Klocke of Carroll and Benjamin Klocke of Dedham; and four sisters, Mrs. John Kitt of Gray, Mrs. Edmund Stangl of Manitoba, Canada, Mrs. Matt Rothmeyer of Glidden and Hilda Klocke of Madrid. Two brothers, Joseph and Edward, preceded Mr. Klocke in death. MKS. ANN OLERICH Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Ann Olerich of Carroll was con-celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday in St. Lawrence Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. W.B. Bauer, V.F., of Algona. The Rev. Dale Reiff also was in the sanctuary. Lector was William Polking. Honorary pallbearers were O.H. Juergens, Ed Axon, Felix Langenfeld, Earl Connors, Marvin Collison, Ed Schroeder, Dr. Karl Hoffman and Clem Polking. Active pallbearers included Jack Wand, Cy Hulsebus, Verlin Kennebeck, Joe Mueggenberg, Gerd Mueggenberg and Albert Berning. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Minneapolis, Minn.; Algona, Arcadia, Breda, Carnarvon, Mt. Carmel, Jefferson and Carroll. Mrs. Olerich died March 18 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. • HENRY MEISHEID 1 -Final rites 'for Henry Meisheid, 71, of Dedham, were held here at 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Church. The Rev. Henry Meyer officiated at the mass of the resurrection. Also in the sanctuary were the Rev. Cleo Seuntjens of Maple River and the Rev. Bruce LeFebvre of Dedham. Grandchildren of Mr. Meisheid participating included Mike Meshek as lector; Monty Meshek, Allen Friedman and Brian Friedman, servers; Julie Irlbeck, P,am Roth and Christy Loneman, gift bearers. , Pallbearers also were grandsons, including Mike Meshek, Scott Irlbeck, Bll Friedman, David Loneman, Doug Loneman and Brian Loneman. Honorary pallbearers were Louis Bueltel, Dean Ankenbauer, Leonard SporreTT~Russell Axman, August Meyer and Joe Kitt. Burial was in the parish cemetery. The Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Attending the rites were relatives and friends from Omaha, Neb.; Port Smith, N.H.; Denver, Colo.; Williamsburg, New Hampton, Jefferson, Templeton, Halbur, Roselle, Manilla, Audubon, Spencer, Coon Rapids, Carnarvon, Manning, Auburn, Everly, Dedham, Fort Dodge, Glidden, Maple River, Exira, Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.35 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.48 Oats 1.48 OMAHA, Neb. (APMUSDA)— Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 5,800; barrows and gilts fairly active 50-1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3 195-250 Ib. 46.00-46.50; 36 head U.S. 1-2215 Ib 46.75; sows 25-75 lower; 325-600 Ib 41.50-42.00. Cattle and calves: 7,000; steers and heifers moderately active; bulk sales fully steady, instances strong to 25 higher; cows slow, mostly $1.00-lower, instances $1.25-1.50 lower; load choice with few prime 1,175 Ib steers 35.85; bulk choice 975-1,275 Ib 34.00-35.00, occasionally 35.25-35.50; two loads choice with end prime 975-1,000 Ib heifers 34.50; choice 875-1,050 Ib 33.00-34.00; utility and commercial cows 25.00-27.00; canner-cutter 19.00-25.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota livestock trading Monday: Hogs — Estimated receipts 85,000; Friday's actual 65,000; Saturday 17,000; week ago 101,000, year ago 67,000; butchers mostly 50 lower than mid-session Friday; trade rather slow most areas, demand good; U.S. 1-3,200-230 Ib 44.50-45.00 at country points, 45.00-45.50 at packing plants; few in the country 44.25 and 46.00 at plants; sows steady; U.S. 1-3,270-330 Ib 39.25-41.00. Wall Street NEW YORK ! ,(AP) -The stock market advanced gradually today, responding to the latest series of favorable economic reports. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 5.19 at 985.04, and gainers held a 3-2 lead over losers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. ' . CleniyJ. Klocke Dedham - Ago 75 Friends may call at the* Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll Rotary: 3:OO p.m. Monday 1:00 p.m. Monday •:45 p.m. Monday Man of In* Resurrection: 1 (30 p.m. Tuesday at St. JoMph'i Church, D*dham Officiating: R*v. Henry Meyer Interment: St. Joteoh'i Cemntery SHARP FUNERAl HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 yeor« Francis Huelshorst Exira (Formerly of Arcadia) Age 58 Friendi may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Monday Rotary Monday at 8 p.m. Matt of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the St. John Catholic Church of Arcadia Rev. C. A. Ahmann Officiating Final Resting Place St. John's Cemetery, Arcadia TWIT Doctors (Continued From Page 1) helped place some 300 doctors in communities, in 1975 and • hopes to place 800 to 1,200 this year. The company has on file the names and credentials of "1,500 to 2,000" doctors who are ready to move if the right community presents itself in the right way, said McLaughlin. How does the firm get those names? "Advertising works," says Gerry Holmes, president of the firm. McLaughlin said the ad budget for March was $40,000 and includes advertisements in medical journals, as well as national magazines, newspapers and television. "We also have direct mail campaigns," he said. "In the first week of April, we have a mailing going to 155,000 doctors in the country. "On the other end of it, we come up with the names and profiles of thousands of communities that need doctors. When you have that many openings on file, there's just no way doctors can ignore you." Arcadia, Cedar Falls and Cedar Rapids. Mr. Meisheid died March 17 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. He was a retired Dedham businessman. Bicentennial Program Held by D-W School DEDHAM - The Dedham-Willey grade school bicentennial program was held at the Dedham parish hall. The grade school band, directed by John'Malett of Kuemper, played several selections. Patriotic songs, skits and dances were featured by the different grades. Portrayed as George Washington was Mark Mikklesen and as Abraham Lincoln, was Gary Meiners. The audience was asked to join in singing several of the songs. A large crowd attended. CRUSADE KICK-OFF The kick-off meeting for the 1976 Cancer Crusade in Carroll County will be held Tuesday, March 23, at 8 p.m. in the education room of St. Anthony Regional Hospital. The meeting is for all persons involved in the Crusade. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Joe G. Mueggenberg, Breda, International; LeRoy J. Heinrichs, Carroll, Suzuki; James M. Ricke, Arcadia, Chevrolet, and John R. or Cathy A. Weber, Carroll, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Willard E. and L. Margaret Banghart to Esther Sebring and Lois Mason, part of W^SE'/i, Sec. 3, Twp. 82 N, Range 33 W and E%NE'/4, Sec. 36, Twp. 82 N, Range 33 W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Ditches Car— A car driven by Charlotte A. Hike, Ralston, went into a ditch six miles northeast of Coon Rapids on County N58 early Saturday morning, Deputy Doug Bass reported. Strikes Parked Semi— A car driven by James J. Langel, rural Templeton, struck a parked tractor-trailer semi owned by Maurice Friedman Trucking Friday morning in Templeton, Deputy Bass reported. MAGISTRATE COURT OMVUI- Fred J. Ayers, Glidden, was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence Saturday morning. Ayers was picked up and charged by Police Officer William Croghan. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Vehicle Accident— A car driven by Robert H. Hackfort, Carroll, and a pickup truck driven by David L. Smith, Omaha, Neb., were in collision Friday morning on U.S. 71 near 21st Street, Officers Norbert Kaspersen and Remain Boes reported. Hackfort was charged with improper registration and Smith was charged with following too closely, the officers said. Child Injured- Cars driven by Elmer M. Snyder, Breda and William L. Ruport, Marshalltown, were in .collision Sunday afternoon on U.S. 30 near Vine Street, Assistant Chief William Heller, Officers Zene Smith and Les Butler reported. Four-year-old Shelly S. Ruport, a passenger in the Ruport car, was taken to St. Anthony Regional Hospital by ambulance where she was treated and released. Snyder ,.,w,as,charged wUh irnprope,r lane change, the officers said. Loses Control— A car driven by Perry L. Hartzell, 1731 Salinger Ave., Carroll, lost control while attempting to make a turn and became wedged-between a building and a meter post at the intersection of Fourth Street and N. Carroll Street early Sunday morning, Officers Larry Peters and Phil Squibb reported. Hartzell was charged with reckless driving, the officers said. Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Terry D. Anderson of 2123 Todd Terrace and Darrell E. Schaeuble of 127 E. Second St., both of Carroll, were in collision Saturday afternoon on the U.S. 71 cutoff near U.S. 30, Officers Heller and Boes reported. Schaeuble was charged with failure to have his vehicle under control, the officers said. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Friday- Aurora Mungon, taken from Court View Apartments to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Elvira Haverkamp, rural Arcadia, taken to St. Anthony Hospital. Bena Hinze from Carroll home to St. Anthony Hospital. Laura Miller, Manning, taken from Gibson's Discount Center in Carroll to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. Saturday— Kristi Mensching, Logan, taken' from a Carroll home to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. Frances Schapmann, Carroll, taken from home to St. Anthony Hospital. Sunday— Regina Meshek taken from St. Anthony Hospital to an Omaha hospital. Kenneth Holley, Carroll, taken from home to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. Elvira Haverkamp transferred to an Omaha hospital from St. Anthony Hospital. AUDUBON SHERIFF 2 Arrested— AUDUBON — Two persons were arrested over the weekend by sheriff's officers. Both were arrested and charged by Deputy Sheriff Mike Christensen. John Charles Crampton, 31, a Denison businessman, was arrested Friday night and charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol. He was held in county jail and released Saturday morning on his own recognizance and ordered.to appear later in Magistrate Court. Arthur Dueling, 65, of Atlantic, was arrested at Gray Saturday night and charged with public intoxication. He was released Sunday on a cash bond of $33.50 and ordered to appear in Magistrate Court for arraignment on March 29. FIRE DEPARTMENT Grass Fire— The Carroll Fire Department responded to an alarm from near the Carroll Country Club at about 12:25 p.m. Monday. It was a grass fire. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 15— Orville Anderson, Audubon Mrs. Verl Paullin, Guthrie Center Mrs. Edward Fleskes, Carroll Admissions March 16— David Wittrock, Manning Miss Loretta Olberding, Carroll Jeffrey Williams, Carroll Todd Arnold, Glidden Wednesday, March 17— Arnold Hofstad, Glidden Elbert Manville, Bayard Miss Kristine Winnett, Bayard . Admissions March 18— Mrs. Ronald Kraus, Lidderdale Mrs. Wlater Fee, Breda Theodore Voss, Carroll . Admissions March 19— Mrs. Elvira Haverkamp, Arcadia Mrs. Elizabeth Peters, Glidden Mrs.. .Aurora Mungpn, Carroll Mrs. Albert Hinze, Carroll Lois Becker, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Russell, Carroll, a son, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Irlbeck, Templeton, a son, Sunday Births EAST DUBUQUE, 111. — Mr. and Mrs. William Jothan, East Dubuque, 111., a son, Saturday. Mrs. Jotham is the former Debbie Nees. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nees, Carroll. SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Mr. and Mrs. Van Gerdes, San Diego, Calif.,' twin boys, Thursday. The infants are • Justin and Jason. Mrs. Gerdes is the former Becky Baumhover. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Vince Baumhover, Des Moines, formerly of Carroll. Tlmei HenUd Newi Service WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Throndson, Maquoketa, a son, March 15. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gerdes, Wall Lake: Great-grandparents are Mrs. Dorothy Larson, Lake View, and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gerdes, Wall Lake. The infant was born on G. B. Gerdes 84th birthday. Woman Dies of Crash Injuries. COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—An Omaha woman died in a Council Bluffs'hospital Sunday night of injuries suffered in a car-truck collision Friday night. The .victim was Jean Jones, 36, a passenger in a car driven by Harold Iske, 37, of Omaha. Furor is Raised by G-R Sign GLIDDEN, Iowa (AP) — None in the communities of Glidden and Ralston thought a sign put up bragging about their championship high school football team would cause much of a ripple. The message is illegal, says officials of the Iowa Department of Transporation. The sign says: "Glidden-Ralston. State Champs. Class A. 1975" The sign, on the west edge of Glidden on U.S. 30,'is to be taken down by May 1, on orders of the department's Office of Beautification, says Glidden- Ralston Superintendent Dale Johnson. "It's utterly ridiculous," he said. "To me maybe there is a law, but this is nitpicking.'' Walter McDonald, director of the beautification office, said, "There is no provision (in state law) to allow"such a message." McDonald said the sign, situated in a park, could stay in the park as long as it s'ays "Welcome to Glidden." He said rules don't permit the sign to mention Ralston because the sign is in Glidden. Municipal recognition can apply to only one town, even though both are in one school district, McDonald said. An effort, McDonald said, is underway to get the state law changed so as to allow such complimentary messages. "We're not going to do anything about the sign right now," said Johnson. "These people (of Glidden and Ralston) are proud of what the kids have done." .Agriculture Day is Noted DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Gov. Robert Ray was to attend a banquet here Monday along with cowboy singer-writer Rex Allen in observance of Iowa Agriculture Day. Work exchanges were planned throughout the state as farmers visited business offices and places in town while townspeople visited farms. Sponsors of the promotion said Agriculture Day started in Iowa in 1974 and has caught , on in nearly t 40 other states. • Welcome (Continued From Page 1) Chamber of Commerce. He said he had "great pride" because of the "community backing and pride" in the team. Also speaking were Al Molitor, athletic director at Carroll High School; Carroll Mayor Ronald H. Schechtman; Tom Twit of the Kuemper Century Club; the Rev. James C. McAlpin of St. Benedict's in Algona, head of the Catholic Youth Organization basketball tournament; senior forward Rick Friedman; senior guard Bob .Kelly; Asst. Coach Lou Galetich; Chandlee, and Fr. Smith. Neil Trobak was master of ceremonies. Fr. Smith told the fans, "Well, we've gone to the big city and returned. We took two things: a $10 bill and the 10 commandments and we only broke one of them .. . I'll let you figure that out." "We will return to Des Moines," Galetich declared. "No trophy would mean _ more to me.than winning the ] Business Briefs Continental Western Industries, Inc., Des Moines based firm owning insurance, financialrbuilding material and agricultural equipment operations, announced today 1975 fourth quarter and full year results. Richard W. Collison, president and chief executive, reported a fourth quarter 1975 profit from continuing operations of $321,000 or 22 cents per share, compared to a fourth quarter loss from continuing operations in the prior year of $980,000, or 41 cents per share on a smaller number of shares outstanding in the 1975 period. The loss from discontinued operations in 1975's fourth quarter was $234,000 compared to a 1974 fourth quarter profit of $744,000. In addition, Continental Western Industries sold its Life Insurance unit in 1975's final quarter and an amount approximately equal to the tax reportable on the transaction of $2,278,000 was charged to the income statement. Revenues from continuing operations in the fourth quarter of 1975 increased by 3.8 per cent to $15,461,000. It was also noted that the other three divisions (Financier Services, Agricultural Equipment Distribution and Building Material Distribution) exceeded profit expectations with Financial Services and Ag' Equipment continuing their trend of record profit years. "In 1975, parent company bank debt was reduced over 80 per cent by $8,000,000," Collison'reported, "and additional debt exposure was reduced by $3,000,000 through favorable divestitures and redemptions. In addition, the number of outstanding shares was reduced by 33 per cent to 1,440,000.1 think we solved our significant problems in 1975 and took the necessary action to start all our present divisions operating efficiently for 1976." Based on early 1976 results, company officials indicate that the goal of a 1976 Property-Casualty breakeven in underwriting (compared to a more than $2,000,000 underwriting loss in 1975) and Jim Center of Glidden were guests of Reuter, Inc. of Carroll and the International Harvester Quad Cities Region at a ProAg Seminar held at Jumer's Castle Lodge in Bettendorf. At the seminar each farmer listened to commodity specialists and learned to use a relatively new farm machine, the computer, to assist him in fine-tuning his operation. •0- James G. Daniel, owner of Carroll Nursery, has recently qualified as an Iowa Certified Nurseryman, according to the Iowa Certified Nurseryman Board. He is one of twenty nurserymen and women who have achieved that status. The program, now in its first year, is designed to upgrade the nursery profession. Renewal of certification status is required every three years. Eligibility for renewal is tied to a continuing education program. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company's annual report says the company's earnings improved somewhat in 1975, but warns that the trend of federal regulatory decisions regarding competition threatens to impair service quality and increase phone bills for the average user. Per-share earnings were $2.43 in 1975, compared with $2.19 in 1974 and $2.46 in 1973. Despite one of the most comprehensive cost control programs in the company's history, the report says, operating expenses continued to soar in 1975. With fewer employes, the company serviced 150,000 more telephones than in the previous year. But expenses, up 16.5 per cent to $649 million, grew faster than revenues for the second year in a row.. Company President Jack A. McAllister says that although earnings improved in 1975, and operating revenues surpassed the $1 billion mark for the first time in history, "I would be wrong to tell you that hard work and efficiency have made the financial future rosy." Northwestern Bell's construction plans for 1976 call appears achieveable, and if for an investment of $410 current luWberprices 'ate triillion, up from $379 million maintained, a profit from the lumber division is expected for the year, compared to a $1,200,000 net loss in 1975. Financial services, building material distribution and agricultural equipment distribution are on course for a record profit year in 1976, the report states. -0- Ken Burkett, Ron Wessling and John Carlin of Burkett's of Carroll recently attended the Menswear Retailers of America convention and exhibition at McCormick Place in Chicago. -0- Joe Schumacher of Carroll in 1975. The report calls attention to special problems the company will face' in 1976 — the 30 per cent postal increase will add $1.2 million to the company's postal bill; interest on borrowed money will cost the company $6.5 million more in 1976 than in 1975; and even with thermostats down and vehicles operating more efficiently, the company's energy costs will jump by $2 million in 1976, up 15 per cent from 1975. MacAllister also noted that in 1976 the industry celebrates the centennial of the invention of the telephone. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Mostly clear and not as cool tonight. Low 30s. Sunny and warmer Tuesday. High 60s east, low 70s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday Through Friday Mild, no precipitation. Highs the 50s and 60s, low the 30s and 40s. [CLEAR The Weather in Carroll •(Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 47 Yesterday's low 27 At 7 a.m. today 27 sportsmanship award,'" said Galetich, who coached state champion Clinton St. Mary's in 1953. The Knights heard Schechtman tell them that, even though, they brought home the fourth place.trophy, "you won first place in the game that counts." "... It's how you play the game." HARKIN SCHEDULE Congressman Tom Harkin will hold office hours in Grand Junction, Scranton, Bayard and Panora in his mobile congressional office on Saturday, March 27. Harkin will be in Grand Junction from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m. on Main Street, Scranton from 11 a.m. until Noon in front of City Hall, Bayard from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. in front of newspaper office and Panora from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. across from the carry out responsibilities for administering and enforcing'the law passed in 1974 to govern the financing of federal election campaigns. The law set limits on contributions and expenditures, in addition to providing for taxpayers' subsidies for the campaigns of presidential contenders. Supporters of the commission say the panel's objectives would not be harmed by a brief period of Fire Destroys Farm Building MANNING - A fire destroyed a hog house on the Robert Tank farm, several miles north of here, Saturday morning, Fire Chief Merlyn Irlbeck reported. Alsp lost in the blaze were nine sows and about 100 pigs, • FEC (Continued From Page 1) other suspended powers. Legislation to restructure the FEC in compliance with the court's decision has bogged down. The Senate debated,the measure last week, adopting some amendments and rejecting others, and then agreed to try again this week to break the impasse. The House starts consideration of its own version of the legislation Wednesday or Thursday. The basic dispute is whether to amend the law merely to meet the Supreme Court requirement that all members of the commission be appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate. • Sabich (Continued From Page 1) lawyer, right to have bond set and the right to a trial by jury. Tucker said Sabich died at his home in an exclusive according to Irlbeck. Manning .subdivision near this Rocky fire trucks were at the scene Mountain ski resort town, about an hour and a half. Cause of the blaze was probably a trash fire that was burning near the hog house, Cause of death was a shot fired from a handgun. HOLD EUCHRE CLUB The W.C. Euchre Club met in the Albert Kluver home At 10a.m.today '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.31 Sundav m 'S ht ' Hi 8 h P rize was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today ranged from a high of 47 to a low of 29 degrees. Bernard Graving. Low prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Quandt. The next party will be April 11 at the Norman Quandt home, Carroll. Mrs. Tank said. The building and the hogs were insured, she said. ON TOUR Stan Dalhoff, Carroll, is on tour with the Buena Vista (Storm Lake) College Choir under the direction of R.D. Pfaltzgraff, associate professor of music. The choir tour began March 21, and will continue until March 28, and includes IS performances in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and' Minnesota. Earlier, Dr. Charles Williams, the> county coroner, said Sabich, 31, had been shot in the abdomen. He was taken to.the Aspen Valley Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival shortly after 5 p.m. ** i Tucker declined to say how many times Sabich had been shot or provide other details. He said the body was being removed to Denver for an autopsy. MissLonget,34,wasaclose friend of Sabich.
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