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Daily Record TimM Hirald, Carroll, la. e\ Friday, April 16, 1976 *• COURT HOUSE Ucense to Wed— Dean G. Gramowski, 20. Carroll, to Cindy A. Nieland. 20. Breda. New Vehicles Registered- Winston L. Hucbner. Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; John R. or Joan H. Hornberger, Manning. Buick; Eugene B or Diane G. Meiners, Ternpleton. Chevrolet; Margaret A Boes, Carroll, Chevrolet; Karl L. or Laura M. Schirck. Carroll. Ford, and Eugene or Clara Schettler. Carroll, Chrysler. Real Kstate Transfers— Alvin and Hilda Steffes to Karen DeBoth. Lot 2. Block 2, Hinz View, Manning. Lauren and Vesta Kidney to Daniel C. and Michelle Hilsabeck, Part of Sec. 23, Twp.83N. Range33W. Conservatorship of Frances Sibenaller to Norbert W. and Cyril L. Renze, Part of SE'/4NE'/i, Sec. 16, Twp. 83N. ' Range 35W. Charles U. and Olga I. Fisher to Mary Lou Berger and Evaline A. Fisher Trust. Lot 2 of ISNE'/iSW'-i and Part Fr. NWV4SWV... Sec. 30, Twp. 83N, Range 33W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Pickup Accident— Terry J. Hulsebus of 1308 N. West St., Carroll, fell asleep while driving a pickup truck early Friday morning and went into a ditch two and one-quarter miles east of Carroll on U.S. 30, Deputy Roger O'Tool reported. Hulsebus was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. It's the Law— A person shall npt operate a motorcycle. on Iowa's Woman Held for Perjury AUDUBON — An Audubon woman is being held in Audubon County jail in lieu of S5.000 bond on a perjury charge. She is Linda Ferch Christensen, 22. who was charged this week with lying under oath last week in a larceny trial in Audubon County District Court. Mrs. Christensen, who is divorced and the mother of three small children, said she is originally from Charles City, but moved in January to Hamlin and recently to Audubon. Last week she was a defense witness in the trial of John Edgar Frederiksen, 23, of Hamlin. A jury found him guilty of larceny in the nighttime in connection with theft of some possessions from a farm home cast of Audubon last New Year's Eve. Mrs. Christensen, whose three children are living with her mother at Charles City, was charged in a preliminary information filed by Sheriff Bill Shaw. IN MEMORY OF Helen Jeffrey ty Ceme DAMN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Edwin C. Knobbe Age 56 — Carroll Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 5 p.m. Friday Rosary 8:00 p.m. Friday 8:45 p.m. Friday Scriptural Prayer Services 10:30 a.m. Saturday Holy Spirit Church, Carroll Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Leni, V.F. Interment Saturday, Mr. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll Mass of the Resurrection Monday, 9 a.m. at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Leni, V.F. highways unless the person is properly wearing protective headgear and an eye protective device approved by the director except when the motorcycle is equipped with a windscreen. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accicents— Cars driven by Mrs. Angeline A. Hermsen of 323 N. Main St. and Kay M. Nielano 1 of 127 N. Main St., both of Carroll, were in collision on Bluff Street near South East Street Wednesday night, Officer David Disburg reported. Cars driven by Todd Bierl of 1797 N. Carroll St., and Mrs. Angeline A. Hermsen of 323 N. Main St., both of Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of Fourth Street and Main Street Friday morning, Officers Les Butler and Merlin Reinhart reported. Mrs. Hermsen was charged with following too closely. Strikes Parked Car— A semi-trailer truck driven by Russel! Jackson, Logan, struck a parked car owned by Richard E. Anderson of 1308 N. Crawford St., Carroll, Thursday morning on Grant Road near U.S. 30. Officers Nortbert Kaspersen and Romain Boes reported. DISTRICT COURT Withdraws Appeal— The appeal for Donna Nees, Susan Comito and Robin Wright was withdrawn Tuesday in District Court. A decision by Magistrate Raymond Snook sentencing the three girls to three days in Carroll County jail for tampering and injury to an automobile was appealed to District Court. The girls are now serving their sentences. CARROLL COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Thursday— Meta Dunbar taken from 715 N. Carroll St. to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. William Greteman taken from the hospital to the Carroll Health Center. Elanor Mayer taken from the hospital to University Hospital in Iowa City., Karl Nolin taken from his residence in Ralston to the hospital. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 13— Chad J. Soma. Carroll John D. Kean. Carroll Mrs. Archie J. Ricke, Arcadia Admissions April 14— Jerry \V. Till, Carroll Matthias H. Stork, Carroll Mike J. Sullivan, Carroll Mike A. Gerdes. Glidden Monte Reinhart, Carroll Mrs. Duane F. Handles. Carroll Daniel A. Vonnahme, Arcadia Joe R. Doran, Bayard Admissions April 15— Donna M. Anthofer. Coon Rapids Michael M. Riesselman. DCS Moines Denise A. Klocke. Coon Rapids Maria A. Monahan. DCS Moines Birth BAXTER — Mr. and Mrs. Ron Friedman of Baxter, a daughter, Laurel, April 7 at Baxter. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edge of Baxter and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Friedman of Carroll. STAFF APPOINTMENT NEW YORK (AP) — William McNaught has been named New York area director of the Archives of American Art. McNaught was curatorial assistant and lecturer at The Frick Collection in New York and later curator of the Nassau County (N.Y.) Museum of Fine Arts. Lisa Schreck Dedham — Age 7 Scriptural Prayer Service: 3 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Church, Dedhan Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer Interment: Friday at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Dedham Mass of the Resurrection: 9 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Church Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer SHARP SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 yean FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 yean Market? GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.44 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats 1.40 Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Thursday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.36-2.44 4.40-4.48 N. Central 2.40-2.46 4.43-4.48 Northeast 2.40-2.49 4.39-4.55 Southwest 2.30-2.42 4.36-4.47 S. Central 2.37-2.48 4.42-4.50 Southeast 2.47-2.55 4.54-4.65 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs Friday. Estimated receipts 25,000; week ago 57,000; year ago 57,000; Thursday 49,000; butchers 25-50 higher than Thursday midsession or 25 higher than close; trade slow, demand good; U.S. 1-3200-230 Ib country 47.50-47.75; packing plants 47.75-48.25; sows 50 higher; 270-330 Ib 41.(MM2.00. Sheep, no estimate; Thursday shorn slaughter lambs steady; choice and prime 90-110 Ib with No. 1 pelts 56.00-58.00. Arrested and Charged in Securities Case DAVENPORT, Iowa (API — Davenport businessman John R. Howes was arrested Thursday on charges of false representation, conspiracy and illegal sales of securities. The arrest followed a long investigation by the Iowa attorney general's office. Five indictments were returned against Howes Wednesday by a Scott County grand jury investigating stock transactions. The jury heard testimony from 14 witnesses, including past and present officials of the Hynes and Howes organization. D.M. Woman Found Dead DES MOINES. Iowa (API — An 18-year-old Des Moines woman was found strangled in her apartment Thursday. The body of Mary Ann Scbvel was found lying face down on the floor in the living room of her apartment by Terry Lee Lively, 26. with whom she shared the apartment. Deputy Polk County Medical Examiner Emmanuel Lacsina said marks on the victim's neck indicated she was strangled with a necklace or chain. Astrology Saturday April 17,1976 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) Your charm and keen sense of humor will be your major assets today. With all that going for you, what more do you need? TAURUS (April 20-Mary 20) Lady Luck may have a role in turning you on to something profitable today. Perk up your ears when you hear friends discuss business. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) The best things to happen to you today are likely to occur in conjunction with someone else. You're fortunate in partnership. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Creative projects should be a source of pure enjoyment for you today. Spend time on activities challenging your imagination. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Don't be surprised today if you receive a great deal of attention from someone you thought wasn't all that aware of you. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your material prospects look extremely encouraging today. See if you can put something together to fatten your purse. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Bright ideas will come to you in rapid succession today, especially if you're around people who are discussing topics you like. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You have a sort of Midas touch today. Anything you lay your hands on could result in gain in one way or another. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) You'll be very popular Poster Winners -Stnfr Pholo Holding $5 checks are the first place winners of the Carroll United Commercial Travelers of America safety poster contest. Pictured front row left: Deanne Geary and Marilyn Bueltel. Second ^row left: Angie Weeks, Poster Chairman Louis Schoofs. and Ervin Evangelista. The posters will be displayed April 24 in a downtown Carroll store window. Pictured are the children of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Geary. Lake View; Mrs. Cecelia Bueltel, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weeks, Dedham and Mr. and Mrs. Eliseo Evangelista. Carroll. Exemption for Laundries DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)The Iowa House voted 70-17 Thursday to exempt coin-operated laundries from the 3 per cent sales tax on services. Rep. Mattie Harper. D-West Grove, chief sponsor of the measure, said the tax should be repealed because there is no way owners of coin-operated laundries can avoid violating the law. She said the law requires retail operators to pass the sale tax on to customers, but in the case of cdin-operated Probe Baby 'Black Market' DES MOINES. Iowa (API — The Iowa Department of Social Services has begun an investigation to determine if babies are being black marketed in the state. Officials said Thursday there is no indication that it is being done. Mariam Turnbull. adoption specialist for the department, said there is a "tremendous demand" for babies, and lowans who want to adopt often have to wait three years or more to get a child. Lawrence Scales, executive director of Iowa Children's and Family Services, said if babies are being black-marketed in Iowa. "I am not aware of it." today and may even be invited to two different social events. Attend both, for you'll meet interesting people. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19| It will be a quiet day today, but not an uneventful one. Good things will come your way without need to-seek them out. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Others will take a role today in helping to make things happen that you're hoping for. They'll move obstacles you can't move. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Circumstances are unusual today, but highly favorable. Don't waste time on trifles. Concentrate on things that can yield a liberal return. YOUR BIRTHDAY April 17,1976 The pursuit of knowledge will assume a greater importance for you this coming year. What you learn will alter your life by giving you a more positive outlook. laundries, there is no way that can be done. She said repealing the tax would cost the state around $110.000 to S120.000 a year. Several legislators argued that if the tax is to be removed from coin-operated laundries, it should be lifted from certain other services as well. Rep. Diane Brandt. D-Cedar Falls, proposed removing it from food sold through vending machines. Rep. Willis Junker. R-Sioux City, wanted to exempt tickets to high school sports events and plays, and Rep. Wayne Bennett; R-Galva. wanted to exempt car wash and wax operations. House Speaker Dale Cochran. D-Eagle .Grove, ruled that all Three amendments were out of order because the title of the bill relates only to the tax on coin-operated laundries. Bennett tried to argue that his amendment was germain be'cause car washed ate really' : "automobile laundries." But his amendment was still ruled out of order, after Rep. Carl Nielsen. D- A 11 o o n a. commented that "I don't take' my shirts to a car wash." The bill goes to the Senate. 2 Are Shot in Tavern Fray DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — An estimated 15 youths reportedly attacked five men behind a Des Moines tavern Thursday night after several tavern patrons had chased away teenagers loitering around the parking lot. Authorities say Thomas Pilkington. 22. was treated at a hospital for buckshot wounds and Richard Giesler. 27. who was also injured, declined medical treatment. Both are from Des Moines. Police said Dave Salem, owner of Dave's Foozin and Boozin tavern, told them cars in his parking lot had been vandalized recently, and the patrons chased the teens away when they were found loitering. He said they may have returned with friends. Giesler said ^he youths were yelling threats and racial comments before about five shots rang out. No other injuries were reported. Dismiss Sex Complaint Against Doctor DliS MOINES, Iowa i AP > — The state Board of Medical Examiners has dismissed a complaint against a Chariton doctor accused of "prescribing" and then administering extra-marital sex for a patient. The complaint was filed by Mrs. Marlene White. 43, Chariton, against Dr. James D. Wilson, 47, who has been practicing in Chariton since 1971. The board voted unanimously to issue a statement, which read in part: "...this complaint does not involve the practice of medicine in a true patient-physician relationship. Although neither party is without fault. Dr. Wilson is reminded that even in social relationships, the professional standards of propriety must be upheld.'' In her complaint to the medical board, Mrs. White alleged that Dr. Wilson advised her that it would be advisable as part of her treatment that she "relax my inhibitions, indulge in the use of alcoholic beverages, and partake in extra-marital sexual relationships." and that to do so would help in the cure of her ailments. The report said that "It is clear, in any event, that the sexual relations between the doctor and the patient occurred in a social context, involving 'wife-swapping.' "The patient-alleges that the doctor fraudulently advised her that extra-marital sex would cure her 'ailments.' The doctor denies ever having made such representation. But even if it be assumed that the doctor did make these representations. I question whether or not she could be so naive as to rely on s u c h representation. The patient was no trusting child 1 ..." said the report, which was written by Ronald Saf. executive director of the medical board. Bars Mark From Wedding Key Witness WATERLOO. Iowa (AP) — A Black Hawk County District Court judge issued a te m p o r aTy injunction Thursday to prevent accused ' murderer 'Jerry Mar!< 'from' marrying a material witness in the case. Judge C.W. Antes issued the order at the request of the Black Hawk County Attorney's office. Mark. 32. is charged with the Nov. 1 slaying of four members of his brother's family in their rural Cedar Falls farmhome. Marilyn Sue Forrest. 25. Berkley. Calif., has been living with Mark in Cedar Falls where she is a student at the University of Northern Iowa. Mark was married when he was living in California before his arrest, but the marriage was dissolved last month. Miss Forrest's marriage dissolution becomes final this month. A hearing is scheduled for May 21 on a request for a permanent injunction to prevent Mark and Miss Forrest from marrying before final disposition of the charges against him. A wife generally cannot be compelled to testify against her husband. Mark has pleaded innocent to four counts of murder in the deaths of Leslie Mark and his wife. Jorjean. both 25. and their children. Julie, 5. and Jeffrey. 21 months. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy, very windy and mild today with thunderstorms likely. Highs in 70s to low 80s and southerly winds gusting in excess of 40 mph. A few severe storms possible this afternoon and'evening. Shower threat ending, becoming partly cloudy and cooler tonight with lows near 50. Partly cloudy and mild Saturday with highs in the 60s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday through Tuesday — Chance of showers Sunday ending Monday. Highs upper 50s to around 70 Sundav. RAIN. Show Rehearsal — -Staff Photo Starry-eyed Dorothy (Julie Teague) sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" to the Tin Man (Brad Hoffman) during the rehearsals for the Carroll'High School Swing Show. The number will be part of the "Tiger Tales of 76" to be presented April 23-24. The show, under the direction of Roger Hansen, will be at 8 p.m. in the Carroll High School auditorium. Pictured are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Teague. Doctor's Son Shot, Killed by Officers cooling to mid 50s to low 60s Monday and Tuesday. Lows mid 30s to low 50s Sunday and upper 30s to upper 40s Monday and Tuesday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 80 Yesterday's low 59 At 7 a.m. today 64 At 10 a.m. today 67 Precipitation (24 hours prior to7 a.m. i .16 in. rain Weather A Year Ago— The mercury reached a high of 64 degrees a year ago today in Carroll. Low reading for the day was 44 degrees. 2 Officers Discharged MASON CITY. Iowa (AP) — Two Mason City policemen have been fired for "conduct unbecoming an officer." Police Chief Wesley D. Greenan said Patrolmen Richard J. Crowell, 32, and Richard Kellar. 29. were involved in "receipt of stolen property but not theft of property." Greenan would not comment on reports circulating here that the firings were related to the fencing of stolen CB radios. "As policemen, we're in a fish bowl." said the police chief. "We must be above reproach and keep our skirts clean." He said he doesn't know if criminal charges will be filed. • WINTHROP, Iowa (AP) — The son of a prominent northeast Iowa doctor was shot to death early Friday by two policemen south of here. Record Corn Crop Planting is Predicted DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Iowa farmers intend to plant a record 13.6 million acres to corn this spring, says the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service. But soybean planting intentions slumped to 6.65 million acres, apparently because of disenchantment overprices. •'Soybeans are down probably because the prices are not too bright." Lloyd Stu'ber.' air .agricultural statistician for the service, said Thursday. "They're goingto corn." The soybean figure is 5 per cent under 1975's 7 million acres. The new record corn acreage is up 4 per cent from the record 13.1 million acres of 1974 and 1975. Stuber said Iowa farmers report that they will plant 1.8 million acres to oats, down 2 per cent, and 2.4 million acres of hay. also dosvn 2 per cent/ Nationally, the Agriculture Department said farmers intend to boost corn planting by 6 per cent to 82.7 million acres, compared to 77.9 million acres a year ago. Farm experts believe the increased planting could mean a bumper harvest this fall and a further easing of consumer food prices next year. • Politics (Continued From Page 1) audience that labor leaders in his state know he's against right-to-work laws and those officials are campaigning for him. Carter didn't say how Jackson had misled labor leaders but declared that the Washington senator "constantly hands out erroneous material about me that makes it very difficult, in some instances, for labor union members to support me — right-to-work for instance." Right-to-work laws bar closed shop union contracts, Jackson has said industry has been drawn away from the North by Southern states that have such laws. He has the support of many labor and po- 1 i t i c a 1 leaders in Pennsylvania, a heavily unionized state,'though many of the labor leaders are known to favor Sen. Hubert Humphrey, who is not an announced candidate. Humphrey has said he would accept a draft. . . Reagan, in Fort Worth Thursday, accused Ford of negotiating a "giveaway" of the Panama Canal because of a threat from a."military dictator who sieved power. and said he will launch a military attack against us if WcHoil't rntn-i '•> " The Buchanan County sheriff's office identified the victim as Donald Mayner. 19, son of Dr. A.E. Mayner of Winthrop. Mike Rehberg. assistant director of the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation, said no other information will be released immediately. Sheriff Joel Holgate refused comment on the shooting. "The actual circumstances of the shooting are under investigation and will not be released at this lirne." Rehberg said. The shooting occurred about 1:45 a.m and Mayner was pronounced dead on arrival at an Iowa City hospital. Rehberg said. He confirmed that the shooting involved two law enforce,- ment officers — a Buchanan .County sheriff's deputy and a Winthrop policeman. Rehberg said at the request of Buchanan County authorities, four BCI agents have been called in to aid in the investigation. Mayner's body was taken to a Waterloo hospital for an autopsy. Ray May Pull Long Trucks Off the Road DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Gov. Robert Ray may refuse to pe r m i t 65-foot twin-trailer trucks on Iowa roads May 1. the date they are scheduled to become legal in the state. David Oman, Ray's press aide, said that action could be ' taken if a suit to block long trucks filed by the Motor Club of Iowa is not resolved by that date. Scott County District Court Judge James Havercamp refused Thursday to dismiss the Motor Club's suit, which was filed against the state Department of Transportation (DOT), whose governing commission voted to legalize the long trucks on May 1. However. DOT weight officers could be ordered by the governor to pull the trucks off the road. This would be done by opening the weigh stations on Interstate 80 at Wilton. Altoona and Avoca. Officers then would measure the trucks and cite those exceeding the present 60-foot limit for twin-trailer trucks. Oman said the governor,' who vetoed a long truck bill in 1974. "feels very strongly about this issue and is exploring options other than allowing long trucks to run on Mayl." ' Charles Ingersoll. executive secretary of the Iowa Motor Truck Association, said that if the governor refuses to allow 65-foot trucks to run May 1 without a court ruling, the truckers would sue Ray or the DOT. The long truck issue has been a point of contention in Iowa since the early 1960s. Truckers now note that Iowa is the only state west of Pennsylvania on 1-80 that does not allow 65-foot trucks.

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