Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 19, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 19, 1976
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Deaths, Funerals | J. H. SPROCK Time. Htnld Ntwi ferric* AUDUBON — Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. John's Lutheran Church for J. H. Sprock. 85. who died Thursday morning in Jennie Edmundson Hospital in Council Bluffs. The Rev. Steve Persa officiated, and burial was in St. Clair Cemetery at Ute. under direction of McFadden Funeral Home here. John Herman Sprock was born in Port Colborne, Ontario. Canada, on July 11. 1890. the son of Frederick and Fredericka Sprock. His marriage to Alwine Schriever took place in Ute. la., on May 9. 1917. Mr. Sprock was a carpenter and farmer before he retired. He came to America in 1909. settling in Charter Oak. The Sprocks moved to Audubon in 1947. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife. Alwine. of Audubon; a son. Edgar, of Audubon; and two grandchildren. HELEN JEFFREY Mass of the resurrection for Helen Jeffrey, 82, of Carroll was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Trinity Episcopal Church here by the Rev. Thomas Gray. Pallbearers w.ere Robert Wright, Louis Nockels, Charles Intersoll, Robert Blincow, Arthur A. Neu and Michael Wittrock Jr. Interment was in the Carroll City Cemetery, under direction of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Carroll. Miss Jeffrey died April 15 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a long illness. ROBERT E. McGONIGLE ODEBOLT - Robert E. McGonigle, 61, Odebolt, died Friday, April 16, at Horn Memorial Hospital, Ida Grove. Rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Presbyterian Church here, with the Rev. Joseph Lemen officiating and burial in the Odebolt Cemetery. Friends may call at the Farber and Otteman East Chapel, Odebolt. Mr. McGonigle is survived by his parents, Mr; and Mrs. James McGonigle of Odebolt; a son,- Kyle of Des Moines; two grandchildren and three brothers, Eugene of Tampa, Fla., Fay and Donald of Odebolt. He was born at Battle Creek Jan. 5, 1915, and graduated from Odebolt High School. Before entering the Navy in World War II he worked in the men's and boys' clothing business. In 1950 he returned to Odebolt and owned and operated a restaurant. For the last five years he has worked with his father in the carpentry business. MRS. ALMA THEDE SCRAN^ON — Mrs. Alma Thede, 45, of Boone, formerly of Scranton, died at 2:45 p.m. Friday, April 16, at the Boone Hospital following a brief illness. Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home here, with the Rev. Dr. Lisa Schreck Dedham — Age 7 Mast of the Resurrection was celebrated at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church, Dedham. Officiating: Father Henry Meyer SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 years Edwin C. Knobbe Carroll — Age 56 Mass of the Resurrection was concelebrated at 9 a.m. Monday at Holy Spirit Church. Concelebrants: Rt. Rev. Msgr. leo lent Father Dale Koster SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 yean Roy E. Paslay of the First Baptist Church of Boone officiating. Mrs. Beverly Hoyt sang "How Great Thou Art" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." Organist was Nancy Gleason. Pallbearers were Bill Willis, Berry Willis, Jim Boyd, Jerry Boyd, Craig Roberts and Dan Acton. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery. Mrs. Thede was born April 16, 1931, at Elk Creek, Mo., a daughter of Willard and Grace May Browne Roberts. She attended schools at Cabool, Mo., and graduated from the Churdan High School. She was a member of the Baptist Church at Elk Creek. She had been a resident of Boone for about ten years and had worked as a nurses' aide in several nursing homes. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Grace Roberts of Scranton; four sisters, Mrs. Gerald (Beatrice) Boyd of Scranton, Mrs. Bill (Ollie) Willis of Perry, Mrs. Fereleen Acton and Mrs. Gladys Dolan of Rippey; and four brothers, David E. Roberts of Prince George, Va., Delmar Roberts of Marshalltown, Doyle E. Roberts of Scranton and Donald E. Roberts of Jefferson. EDWIN C. KNOBBE Final rites for Edwin C. Knobbe. 56. of Carroll were held at 9 a.m. Monday at Holy Spirit Church, where mass of the resurrection was celebrated by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F.. and the Rev. Dale Koster of Armstrong. The Rev. Gerald Wingert of Auburn also was in the sanctuary. A scriptural prayer service was held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the church, with Msgr. Lenz officiating. The Rev. James Bruch was in the sanctuary. Interment followed at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eugene Huegerich, Dick Sibenaller. Bill Knobbe. Keith Knobbe. Dean Sibenaller and John Knobbe. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Colorado; Waukegan. 111.. Gretna. Neb.; Breda, Roselle. Carroll, Willey. Dedham. Coon Rapids. Arcadia, Auburn. Guthrie Center. Ames, Elkader and Bdrlington. Mr. Knobbe, who operated a garage shop, died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital April 14 after a ten-day illness. HARMON LINN RALSTON — Harmon Linn, 77, formerly of Ralston, died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, Friday, April 16. He had been residing at the Thomas Rest Haven in Coon Rapids for a short time. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church in Ralston. The Revs. David Barker of Ralston and Ivan Rose of Gray officiated. Mrs. Donald J. Hansen of Glidden was organist and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cretsinger of Coon Rapids, vocalists. Pallbearers were grandsons including Gregg Linn, David Linn, Nick Caskey, Dennis Linn, Bill Linn and John Lauridsen. Interment was in D i 11 a v ou Cemetery . Arrangements were in the charge of the Ohde Funeral Home, Coon Rapids, where a prayer service was held at 11 a.m. Monday. Mr. Linn, son of Charles and Blanche Borders Linn, was buried in Carroll County Sept. 14, 1898, and attended rural schools. He married Faye Sexton Oct. 14, 1916. He farmed in the Ralston area until 1929, when they moved into Ralston where he was in the trucking business. In 1952. he farmed again until retiring in the early 1960's. His wife died at Coon Rapids in 1970. On June 1, 1973, Mr. Linn was married to Agnes Wever IN MEMORY OF Alma May Thede ] Boone — Age 45 (Formerly of Scranton Funeral services were held Monday, April 19 at Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton. Officiating Rev. Dr. Roy E, Paslay | of the first Baptist Church | Boone, Iowa. Interment Scranton Cemetery DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Times Herald, Carroll, la. n Monday, April 19, 1976 *• and they made their home in Perry. Surviving besides his wife are five children including Mrs. Norman (Pauline) Caskey of Boone, Dale of Irwin. Mrs. Charles (Dorothea) Lauridsen of Scranton, Dean of Webster City and Harmon Jr. of Coon Rapids; 20 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Ruth Esmay of South Dakota, Mrs. Jack Philo of Glidden and Mrs. Grace Brunn of Illinois. He was a member of the United Methodist Church. LISA SCHRECK DEDHAM - Mass of the resurrection for Lisa Schreck, 7. of Dedham was celebrated at 9 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph Church here by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Gift bearers were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck of Dedham. A scriptural prayer service was held at 3 p.fn: Friday in the church with Fr. Meyer and the Rev. Bruce LeFebvre officiating and the Rev. James Fangman of Willey in the sanctuary. Interment followed in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Pallbearers were Kenneth Klocke. Allen Schultes, Tom Schultes. Rick Riesberg, Jonathon Schultes and Mark Schultes. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Omaha. Neb.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Arcadia. Lidderdale,' Glidden, Carroll. Halbur, Roselle, Manning. Templeton, Coon Rapids, Des Moines. Bayard. Guthrie Center. Exira. Fonda, Westsi'de, Willey, Marion. Boone, Sac City and Battle Creek. .','••Lisa was pronounced dead at 10:15 p.m. April 13 at Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital. Omaha, where she was taken from St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, after being injured in a pickup truck accident a mile northwest of Dedham late that afternoon. Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.44 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.44 .Oats 1.40 Daily Record 0 M A H A , N e b . (AP) (USDAJ—' Livestock' quotations Monday: Hogs: 5,500; barrows and gilts moderately active, mostly 25-50 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-240 Ib 48.75-49.25; sows 50-75 higher; 350-600 Ib 43.25-44.00. Cattle and calves: 5,500; steers uneven, 25-mpstly 50 higher, some early sales 75 higher; heifers 50-1.00 higher; cows steady; load choice and prime 1,175 Ib steers 46.50; choice 1,000-1,275 Ib 44.00-45.50; several loads choice and prime 975-1,025 Ib heifers 44.25-44.50; choice 875-1,050 Ib 42.75-44.00; utility and commercial cows 29.00-32.50, a few 33.00; canner and cutter 23.00-28.50. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - A quick advance in stock prices early in today's session began to fade after two hours of trading. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks stood at 984.02, a gain of 3.54. The Dow had been up as much as 4.80 at one point. New York Stock Exchange issues advancing in price held a firm 2-1 margin on those declining. Personals Easter dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutten were Mr. :and Mrs. Richard Brink and family of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rutten and' family of Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis LeGros and family of Omaha; and the Richard Rutten. Tom Rutten and Gary Kunecke families of Carroll. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa highway death count through midnight Sunday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date —157 Last year to date —158 HOSPITALIZED HALBUR — Lawrence Riesberg, Halbur, is hospitalized at the University of Iowa Hospitals, Coronary Medical Unit, Third Floor, Room 34C11. Iowa City. 52241. He entered the hospital on Wednesday. COURT HOUSE License to Wed— James A. Meiners, 20, Carroll, and Delores A. Vaughan, 20, Coon Rapids. Real Estate Transfers— Mayme L. Dopheide to Otto H. Juergens, parts of Lots 4 and 5, Block 4, Albertson First Addition, Carroll. Edward B. Rogers et al, to John and Virginia Carlin, a part of the NW'/4, Sec. 25, Twp. 84N, Range 35W. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident— Cars driven by Steve D. Fiscus of 710 W. 19th St.. Carroll, and Elma M. Schneider, Templeton, were in collision Saturday afternoon on West Seventh Street near Main Street, Officers Remain Boes and Zene Smith reported. Ms. Schneider was charged with entering a through highway. Two Vehicle Accident— A car driven by Carol A. Heller of 1904 Quint Ave.. Carroll, and a pickup truck driven by 'Darlene L. Broich. Wall Lake, were in collision Saturday morning on Fifth Street near Carroll Street, Officers Boes and Merlin Reinart reported. Sunday Accidents— Cars driven by Louis L. Grote, 1015 N. Court St. and Peggy S. Singsank, 601 W. 21 St.. both of Carroll, were in collision Sunday night at the intersection of U.S. 30 and the alley to the Westgate Mall, Officers Phil Squibb and William Croghan reported. Grote was charged with failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead. Cars driven by Michael L. Anstoeter. Manning, and Mark J. Kraus. Breda, were in collision Sunday night in the Westgate Mall parking lot, Officers Croghan and Squibb reported. Cars driven by Mark A. Baumhover of 1848 N. West St.. Carroll, and Jerome L. Heinrichs, Omaha. Neb., were in collision on 18th Street near Highland Drive Sunday morning. Assistant Chief William Heller reported. CARROLL COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Saturday- Clara Schreck taken from her residence in Templeton to S t. . A n t h o n y Regional v Hospital. Florence, .Mjn,nich taken from 1748 Quint Ave. to the hospital. ; FIRE DEPARTMENT . False Alarm- One fire truck answered a false alarm early Sunday morning at 1913 Randall Road. • Cutbacks '' i Continued From Page 1) 'not less," the paper said. The Economist said 1976 will "perhaps see the beginning of the new epoch in multinationalism: retreating from the ownership of capital abroad in the face of creeping socialism: exporting goods and knowhow instead of managers; businesses and bribes." A recent U.S. Department of Commerce forecast said total foreign investment by American business may increase 2 per cent to $27.1 billion this year. But it said investment in Europe is expected to drop from $11.1 billion to $10.8 billion the first decline in decades. DANCE CLASSES The popular dance classes sponsored by the Carroll City Recreation Department will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Carroll American Legion Hall. The class .will feature the Jitterbug and review all ( dances taught at the previous' classes. The Tuesday class will be the final dance session offered. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Lenz, Carroll, a daughter. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sander, Arcadia, a son, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder. Carroll, a daughter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Muhlbauer,'Arcadia, a son, Monday Police Advise on Tornado Alert System With the season for tornadoes and severe weather here, the Carroll Police Dept. Monday advised the public of the warning system being used in the city. Carroll has two mounted sirens, one of which is located south of Fourteenth Street and East of Main Street. A new larger Civil Defense siren is located on top of the Carroll County Court House. In the event a tornado is sighted, both sirens will be sounded and three city police cars, equipped with sirens and public address systems, will be dispatched to areas within the City where sounds from the mounted sirens may be diverted because of strong winds. The Carroll County Civil Defense director announced that a time and place for a tornado watcher's meeting will be released in the near future. The Federal Signal Corporation has submitted a warning system plan for our community, which was reviewed and forwarded to Civil Defense authorities. City officials have recently been informed that the Iowa Civil Defense Department will be conducting a study of the City of Carroll and will then present a city-wide warning system plan. Tornado Warning Information for Carroll County Residents: Tornado Warning — When a twister is actually sighted, a tornado warning is issued. A Tornado Warning Signal on Civil Defense or town sirens is a 3 to 5 minute blast of steady siren sound. This signal is also the Civil Defense alert signal which means to turn oh your radio .and listen for emergency information. In addition, during threatening weather it means that a tornado has been sighted in the area and cover should be taken. No all clear signal will be given. Listen to your radio, or use your judgment in determining if the threat is over. The siren will be sounded only when a tornado has been sighted in the area. Tornado Watch: During threatening weather, listen to your radio or TV station for a tornado watch. A tornado watch means that conditions are right for tornado development. No warning will be given on sirens for a tornado watch. Note: If you see what appears to be a tornado Traffic Fatalities By The Associated Press Six persons — three of them children — died in traffic accidents in the state this weekend, and a Webster City man died in a crash in Nebraska. Tony Armstrong, 21. rural Ottumwa died early Sunday when the car in which he was riding went out of control and rolled eight times about eight miles west of Fairfield. The driver of the car, David Bowen. 25, rural Ottumwa, was treated for minor injuries and released. Randy Clifford Peters. 21. Webster City, died Sunday when the car he was driving collided-with a semi-trailer truck near McCook, Neb. The trucker was not seriously injured. Two Waterloo children, Thomas Anthony Luck, 11, and Wendy Sue Swift, 13, died early Sunday after they were struck by 'a car driven by Michael Leroy Zeien, 25, Waterloo. The children apparently were looking for nightcrawlers. Zeien was charged with drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident. A Des Moines man, Otho Elliott, 77, died early Saturday after being injured Friday in a car-pickup accident in Des Moines. His wife and two other persons were injured. Tilson Petro, 82, Cedar Rapids, was killed Friday when the car he was driving collided with a cement truck at a Cedar Rapids intersection. His wife was hospitalized with serious injuries. A rural LeClaire boy. Nelson L. Schultz, 4, was killed Friday when he darted into the path of a truck near his home. The driver of the . truck. Michael Sledge of Clinton, was slightly injured. funnel, phone your local fire, police or sheriff office. They will take action to relay your report by a radio to trigger the Civil Defense warning network if necessary. Recommended Safety Precautions for Tornados: 1. Go to a storm cellar or basement. The southwest corner is usually the safest.. fake your battery radio with • you and stay tuned for. information.' 2. If you must remain above ground in a building, stay away from all windows. Open the windows about an inch on the side of the building, away from the approaching storm. Take shelter under a heavy table. 3. If you are in a car, drive away from the path of the tornado. Go to low dry ground for shelter from wind-driven objects. Stay away from all power and telephone lines. 4. If you are caught outdoors, lie down flat on the ground. A dry roadside ditch or plowed furrow gives you some protection. 5. Be prepared to give first aid. s-Brie fly • Weber (Continued From Page-1) Democrats. The total dollar amount basically is about the same," Kinley related. Kinley indicated there are some major differences to be resolved between House and Senate Democrats. He cited the following examples: On transportation; or highways. Senate Democrats are talking about $34 million, the House $10 million. Senate Democrats are considering a pay raise for state employes of 5 per cent which would cost roughly $14 million. The House, accordir" The Weather IOWA FORECAST Increasing cloudiness today, highs in the 60s. Rain spreading over the state from the south tonight and continuing Tuesday. Low . tonight mid 40s to low 60s. Cooler Tuesday with highs mid to upper 50s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday Chance of sliowers Wednesday or Thursday, otherwise fair and warmer through the period. Highs mid 50s to low 60s Wednesday, and mid 60s to RAIN. low 70s Thursday and Friday. Lows 30s Wednesday, and upper 30s to mid 40s Thursday and Friday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 58 Yesterday's low 43 At 7 a.m. today 43 At 55 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 7 a.m. I .96 inch of rain Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today included a high of 46 and low of 34 degrees. to Kinley, is talking about a 4 per cent increase, which would cost about $11 million. The Senate has appropriated $20 million for cities and counties. The Democratic leadership in the House started talking about $9 million. "But." Kinley added. "I believe that difference could be compromised out somewhere in the neighborhood of $15 or $16 million." Kinley emphasized that these are no firm agreements, "simply areas that We will have to look at." Bo.Lh^Cochran and FitzgeralcTdeclined to discuss specific areas being threshed out by the Democratic leadership. Instead they took the position that there are a whole host of issues involved inline -appropriation process and they are trying to do the "best possible job" to serve lowans by meeting the state's need and in doing so to have a balanced budget. When asked if the House is more fiscally conservative than the Senate. Fitzgerald replied: "that's probably an unanswerable question.' 1 "Our concern," Fitzgerald continued, "is that we have a- responsibility to our constituents and we are trying to make sure that there is no tax increase as the result of the budget we pass this year." Truck Decision Soon DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Gov. Robert Ray says he will confer with the Public Safety Director and the Director of the Department of Transportation (DOT) to decide whether to let 65-foot, double-bottom trucks use Iowa highways starting May 1. "Everyone would like to have the air cleared," Ray told a news conference Monday. The legislature two years ago gave the DOT power to allow the long trucks by rule. In January, the DOT agreed to allow the long trucks if the legislature took actions on other priorities of the transporation commission. ... Atty. Gen. Richard Turner issued an opinion saying those stipulations were not legal and that the long trucks would be allowed May 1 unless the legislature took other action." ' The AAA Motor Club of Iowa has challenged the authority of the DOT to allow the long trucks and Turner is defending the DOT in Scott County District Court. "If the court would speak with an opinion, we would follow that decision," Ray said. But the governor said he did not believe there was sufficient time for a court decision before the May 1 deadline. The judge ruled last week that the challenge should be heard, but set no court date. Quake Rocks 2 States LEONARD, Okla. (AP) — An earthquake that registered 3.9 on the Richter scale was felt in parts of western Oklahoma and eastern Texas late Sunday, but there were no reports of damage or injury. The University of Oklahoma's Earth Sciences Center in Leonard said the quake, described as the strongest in Oklahoma since May 1969, was centered at the tiny, unincorporated community of Durham, about 135 miles west of Oklahoma City. A spokesman for the center said the earthquake struck at 10:43 p.m. and lasted about 10 seconds. Jim Lawson, geophysicist at the center, said the quake "possibly was strong enough to have cracked foundations in the Durham area." He said it came on the heels of a quake measuring 3.6 on the Richter which hit the same area on Friday but did no damage. • Musical, Farce-Drama Win NEW YORK (AP) —The musical "A Chorus Line" and the farce-drama "Travesties" are Broadway's Tony Awards champion productions of the 1975-76 season;; . Besides winning the silver medallion as the best song-dance show, "A Chorus Line" scooped up eight of 11 other musical citations. Besides being named the best play, "Travesties" brought the male star acting trophy to John Wood. The stage equivalents of Hollywood's. Oscars were presented in 18 competitive categories Sunday night in a telecast over the ABC network that overran its scheduled two-hour time slot by 29 minutes. Production numbers and long thank-you speeches were the reason. ••"'"In^additiori to Wood,',individual'acting honors in the -. star .class,went to Irene Worth, for her portrayal of an aging performer in""SWeefBird'of Youth"; arid in the musical divisions to Donna McKechnie, as a striving dancer in "A Chorus Line," and to George Rose, for a roistering gig as dustman Alfred P. Doolittle in the current revival of "My Fair Lady." Israelis Demonstrate JERICHO, Occupied Jordan (AP) — Thousands of Israelis, guarded by soldiers, ended a two-day march through occupied West Jordan to'day to demand that Israel keep the war-won Arab land and allow Jewish settlement near this biblical city. An "Arab was wounded by army gunfire in a counter demonstration 30 miles from the march route. Israeli troops sealed off the center of Jericho after Arabs stoned soldiers and passing cars before the marchers arrived, dry and dusty after a 24-mile trek across the desert. ', Neck Pain Breakthrough BOSTON (AP) — Injured neck disks, the most common cause of recurring head, neck and shoulder pain, can be treated three times as successfully with a new diagnostic method, says the doctor who discovered it. Of 71 patients diagnosed with the new method, 93 per cent were cured with surgery. The usual success rate is 33 per cent. "This is the most satisfying surgery I have ever done," said Dr. David A. Roth, who discovered the method. "I often go into the recovery room after an operation and the patient is already saying he doesn't feel any pain." The ailment, sometimes called "painful disk syndrome," occurs when a neck disk is injured in a usually, minor accident.. One form of it is whiplash, which can result from rear-end auto crashes. Prayer Beans Fatal MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Beautiful but deadly prayer beans killed a 25-year-old Miami man who apparently drank them in a poisonous cocktail as part of a religious experience "for reasons relating to the full moon," official reports say. Doctors said Sunday that Kevin Frey died five days after quaffing the drink for which there is no antidote About 20 of the shiny red beans were put in a blender with some water and graphite from a pencil, and Frey consumed the liquid, police said. He became ill and vomited and was later taken to the hospital, where he told hospital officials, "I've walked into a black triangle." Frey died late Friday. "One bean is lethal," said Dr. Ronald Wright, Dade County deputy chief medical examiner. "It's one of the most deadly poisons known to man, a favorite tool of assassins. One six-thousa,ndths of an ounce is fatal to an adult." •

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