Deaths, Funerals) S^WS™ 2 Daily Record MRS. ANNA WIESE Tfrnn Bermld Nm Strricr WESTSIDE — Mrs. Anna Othelia Wiese, 89, of Littleton. Colo., formerly of Westside, died Tuesday, April 20, April 20, at the Littleton Manor nursing home. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, with interment in Hayes Activities Discussed By Circles The business sessions of the four circles of United Methodist Women on Wednesday concerned several coming events. Under discussion were the April 23 rummage and bake sale, the May Breakfast, the bicentennial potluck supper and general meeting on May 5, and the May 15 deadline for submitting recipes for the UMW cookbook. Tickets for the May Breakfast, on the 4th, were distributed. Mrs. William Geary is dining room chairman and Mrs. Bruce Fuller, kitchen. Announcements also were made about the School of Christian Missions in Sioux City in June. Circle IV will be the hostess group for the May 5 potluck when members are asked to take dishes made from old family recipes and wear old-fashioned dresses. Circles I and II met at the church in the morning, with Mrs. Michael Davis presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. Norman Tapps and Mrs. Kenneth Walker..For devotions, Marily Riemenschneider read passages from "Why Am I Afraid to Love?" by John Powell. Meeting at the church in the afternoon session of Circle III were 16 members, Mrs. H. C. Ross, and two members at large, Mrs. Ernest Larson and Mrs. Fuller. Mrs. William Goodwin opened with "An Ordinary Man." The program given by Frances Dolliver was titled "Is God in Everything?" and included an essay "Our God and Saviour," stressing the Gamaliel principle. Lunch hostesses-were Mrs.'E. Ev Osborne and Mrs. G. E. Darling. Mrs. Mable Strange showed slides she had taken in the Holy Land several .years ago for the Circle IV program Wednesday night at Mrs. Larson's home. Co-hostess was Mrs. W. F. McMinimee. Mrs. Fuller and Miss Riemenschneider were guests' in the group of 19. Easter devotions were presented by Mrs. James Albertson, who read from Luke and from "Inspirational Thoughts for Every Day" (Walker) The record album "Search for Tomorrow" cut by Shirley Lamb was played at the close of the meeting. Township Cemetery. The Rev. Victor Hoyer. pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Manilla, will officiate. Friends may call at Ohde's after 4 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Wiese was born at Colon, Neb., a daughter of Simon and Margaret Rosengreen, and attended rural school. Her marriage to Walter Wiese took place June 3,1914, and they farmed south of Westside until moving to Des Moines in 1950. Following her husband's death in 1954, Mrs. Wiese continued to reside in Des Moines until moving to Littleton to live with her daughter in 1962. She had been in failing health for several months. Mrs. Wiese is survived by five children, including Kenneth of Story City, Forrest of Arcadia, Warren of Manilla, Mrs. James (Loretta) Arduser of Littleton, and Mrs. Thomas (Lorraine) Wattley of Chicago, 111.; also 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; a sister, Agnes Rosengreen of Littleton; and a brother, Orion Rosengreen of Wahoo, Neb. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by an infant son, two grandchildren and two sisters. Alvan Hansen Heads Legion Alvan Hansen, rural Manning, was elected commander of the Carroll County American Legion at Coon Rapids Wednesday night. Arlyn Gesell, Carroll, was elected chaplain. Robert Workman, activities director of the state Legion, spoke to the countywide Legion about sponsoring baseball teams and other youth activities. A report on the county bowling tournament was given by Ed Stenstrom, Coon Rapids. A meeting of all the county high school delegates for Boys' State will be at7:30p.m. on May 13 at the Carroll Legion Hall. Webb Dentlinger, Carroll, will coordinate the meeting. It is designed to enable the boys to meet each other and talk with people who, | 'have attended Boys' State'." Refreshments will.be served. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market slowed down today with prices holding to their gains of this week. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up .39 at 1,011.41. Advancing New York Stock Exchange issues led those declining by almost two to one. • The Dow had reached its highest closing level in more than three years Wednesday after running up more than 30 points in the first three trading sessions of the week. FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 24 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp SPECIAL CATTLE SALE Estimating 250 to 300 Cattle The sale will start promptly at 1:00 P.M. We are going to have an outstanding offering of good calves, yearlings, cows ft calves, also springers. It will pay you to take off a few hours and look at the livestock we will have for this sale. These are all native cattle hauled in sale day. This will be the best run of quality livestock you will find anywhere. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 32 open, 23 Fancy Black Whiteface & Whiteface heifers - vacc., grub treated — 600 Ibs. Glidden. Whiteface & Black Whiteface steers ft heifers — home raised - 650 to 675 Ibs. Glidden. 20 Whiteface steers ft heifers — vacc., home raised — fancy — 450 to 550 Ibs. From Carroll. 30 Whiteface ft Black Whiteface steers — vacc., good quality set - 625 to 650 Ibs. Arcadia. 14 Angus heifers — thin ft vacc., grass specials — 400 Ibs. From Carroll. 25 Whiteface cows — young, half of these cows have calves at side. The rest are springers. Will be tested ft preg checked. From Glidden. 2 Angus cows with calves. From Carroll. 4 Mixed bull ft heifer calves - 350 Ibs. From Carroll. Plus many more calves ft yearlings by sale time. These are all the early listings. HOGS Usual run of pigs of all weights. SHEEP 5 Ewes with lambs at side (young ewes) MISCELLANEOUS Some used lumber. Also several more small articles. NOTE: It will pay you to take a few hours off from field work if you want to buy good fresh livestock. C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Owners and Operators Barn Phone 792-2572 Located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30, '/< North Paul Grate Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.44 Corn, No. 2 yellow ., 2.44 Oats 1.40 Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (API — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Wednesday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.37-2.43 4.38-4.47 N. Central 2.40-2.46 4.43-4.50 Northeast 2.41-2.49 4.44-4.60. Southwest 2.33-2.40 4.37-4.45 S. Central 2.37-2.47 4.42-4.48 Southeast 2.47-2.56 4.50-4.64 Circles of UPWMet Wednesday Monthly meetings of the three circles of United Presbyterian Women were held Wednesday. • Programs at the Morning and Afternoon Circles were titled "It's a Sin to be Rich?" Devotions were based on James 5:1-16. "War and Peace" was the program topic at Evening Circle and the devotional text, James 4:1-12. Mrs. Paul Anneberg and Mrs. Lloyd Patten entertained Morning Circle at the former's home. Mrs. Henry Hoff presented the program and devotions. Afternoon Circle met at the church library with Mrs. Lester Heinen and Mrs. Lowell Baker as co-hostesses. and Mrs.. Walter Liechti as r program and devotional leader. ^ Evening Circle met at the home of Mrs. Roger Osborn. whose co-hostess was Mrs. William Evans. Mrs, P.R. Tilton gave the program" and Mrs. Allan M. Peterson, devotions. The U.P.W.'s next general meeting is scheduled for May 5 and circles, for May 19. Lions Hold Wives Meeting The Carroll-Lions Club held 1 ari'lnTorrrfattori rheeting'for'' wives Wednesday night. .,,. , ' A film illustrated the club's worldwide efforts to help the blind, deaf, underprivileged and disaster victims. Another film featured the Lions involvement in the University of Iowa, Iowa City, eyebank for corneal transplants. The Iowa Lions Sight Conservation Foundation was explained by trustee Paul Jacobs, Rippey. This foundation supports the Rehabilitation Center for the Blind in •Des Moines. the University eyebank, and the Lion's mobile glaucoma testing unit. Gary Christiansen explained eye donor cards and urged the club to participate in the program. • Guests were State Secretary Bernie Zinsli. District Governor Bob Majia, Jacobs and Christiansen. Majia presented facts about several local projects Lions Clubs have sponsored in Iowa. SECRETARY AWARD ' Roxanne Ferden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferden, received a $250 scholarship from the Hawkeye Chapter of the National Secretary Association on Wednesday. Miss Ferden is an executive secretarial majorat theDes Moin'es Area Community College^ TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL *248 SAVE AS MUCH AS $51.00 G.E. SOLID STATE COLOR TELEVISION 10 inch TV 1 3 inch TV 17 inch TV *388 19 inch TV *418 HEIRES ELECTRIC Carroll/ Iowa COURTHOUSE License to Wed— Tim J. Renze, 20, and Jane A. Beyer, 19, both of Carroll. Real Estate Transfers— Estate of B.M. Surridge to Sally R. Carter, Lot 12, Block 19, Milwaukee Land Company's Addition, Coon Rapids. Sally R. and Eugene E. Carter to First Federal Savings and Loan Association, Lot 12, Block 19, Milwaukee Land Company's Addition, Coon Rapids. William J. and Joanne Comito, part of Lot 2, Lot 3 arid part of Lot 4, Block 17, Templeton. Claus J. and Judith A. Bunz to Erwin H. Hansen, Lot 15 and part of Lot 15, Block 4, Manning.' Conservatorship of Izora Judge to New Hope Village, • Inc., Lot C, ISS'/4, Sec. 18, . Twp.84N, Range 34W. New Vehicles Registered- Norman J. Nieland, Carroll, Honda; Walter H. or Hilda L. Wenck, Carroll, Chrysler, and Northern Propane Gas Company, Carroll, Ford. MAGISTRATE COURT Pleads Guilty- Francis H. Rust, Boone, plead guilty to driving under a suspended license Wednesday in Magistrate Court. Magistrate Raymond Snook presided. Rust was sentenced to two days in Carroll County jail where he is now serving his sentence. He was charged by Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Kathrine M. Chapman of 1522 Simon Ave., and Dale A. Schwery, 908 N. Main St., both of Carroll, were •in collision Wednesday afternoon on Main Street near U.S. 30, Officers Norbert Kaspersen and David Disburg reported. FIRE DEPARTMENT Minor Fire- Two trucks were called out to Merle Danner's residence at 1521 Marcella Heights Wednesday afternoon to extinguish a dishwasher motor that caught on fire after overheating, the only damage was to the motor, Danner said. 12 in Civic Otatiori Finals ;-;"'E(REDA '-;- .The', final competition of seventh and eighth graders of St. Bernard's Grade School for the Modern Woodmen of America civic oration contest will be April 27 at 7:30 in the high school cafeteria. Twelve finalists were selected from a group of 61 students on Tuesday. The 1976 contest topic is '.'Our American Heritage." Students are judged on delivery and presentation, material organization, overall effectiveness and personal qualities, Sr. Marian Kluesner, of St.. Bernard's said. Trophies and pins are given to the winners. The 12 finalists are: Ann Bernholtz, Darlis Brincks, Gary Heisterkamp, Lisa Kennebeck, Nora Knobbe, Julie Koster, Rhonda Polking, Robert Rosener, John Snyder, James Stork, Kerry Ulveling and Cindy Van Erdewyk. • Utilities (Continued From Page 1) supply facilities. They also contend that investors will not purchase bonds if.the REC's are continually in danger of losing customers. Most of the discussion centered around an amendment proposed by the Senate Cities Committee. This amendment would have assured that cities would hold their full power to franchise the utilities serving them. "This bill, in essence, wipes out franchises," said Willits, chairman of the cities com-, miltee. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Wednesday- Augusta Tryon taken from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to the Carroll Manor. Albert Eischeid taken from the hospital to the Carroll Manor. Birth GLENWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davis, Glenwood, a son, Justin Andrew, Saturday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman, Auburn. Ida Grove Girl Found COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — An Ida Grove girl missing since Sunday has been found in Council Bluffs. Ann Heffron, 17, was last seen about 10 p.m. at a rock concert in Denison with three young men. Authorities at first believed foul play might have been involved in her disappearance. Miss Heffron was in good health Wednesday and was returned home, authorities said. ^Briefly j Business Briefs } ~ Larry Brunnell became the assistant manager of the Carroll Fareway grocery store on Monday. He replaces Bob Olson who was promoted to assistant manager of the Fareway Store in Decorah. Brunnell has been an employe of the Carroll Fareway Store for four years. He was manager of the frozen food department before the Found Guilty of Perjury MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa (AP) — Doris Wellington, 33, Mount Pleasant, was found guilty Wednesday night on two counts of perjury by-a Henry County District Court jury. Mrs. Wellington was indicted March 2 on charges that she lied to a grand jury investigating the death of her husband, Walter, who was killed in an explosion behind a Mount Pleasant bank Sept. 7, 1975. .-•••:• The jury, which began hearing evidence Monday, deliberated more than seven hours before reaching its verdict. Judge William Cahill ordered a presentence investigation. From The Arthur N. Neil Municipal Airport Carroll's electric utility com'p'any.; Iowa .Pu-bl'i'C' Sery.ice,.; uses^an ,air,craft,. frequently for : <patroiiing power lines. A Bellanca Scout is used which is based at the company's headquarters in Sioux City. It can travel at 140 mph, but the pilot "slow flies" alongside the lines at approximately 50 mph and at about 50 feet above the ground to spot broken insulators, wires, or any other troubles. Many of the lines go cross-country and with no roads' making them easily accessible the aircraft is' put to good use. It saves many man hours by locating the trouble spots from the air then •sending a ground crew for repairs. Iowa Public Service executives and personnel also travel in and out of Carroll in a MU2, a prop-jet with speeds at 350 mph. Tornado Alert to Be Tested LAKE VIEW — The tornado siren will be sounded here to test a new signal switch April 30 to see if it can be heard in all parts of the city, the city council decided Wednesday night. ' Also, the council will ask for bids in 30 days for the electrical transfer system in the new substantion. , CANCER MEMORIALS The American Cancer Society has received gifts in memory of William D. Lux of Lidderdale and Alberta H. Ha of Burlington. The gifts were, reported Thursday by Mrs. C.E. Mcllvain. Carroll County chapter memorials chairman. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight. Chance of thundershowers extreme southwest. Low 40s north and 50s south. Increasing cloudiness Friday w i t h a c h a' n c e of thundershowers. High 60s north and 70s south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday — Cloudy and a chance of rain Saturday and Sunday, partly CLOUDY cloudy Monday. Highs will be mainly in the 60s and lows in the40s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily'Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high...........69 . Yesterday's low 44 At 7 a.m. today 50 At 10 a.m. today 61 Weather A Year Ago— .High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 69 and the low, 38 degrees. promotion. The Brunnells have three children. Brunnell is a native of Oskaloosa. .Olson and his wife, Evangelyn, lived in Carroll for three years. Olson is a native of Minnesota and had worked in Ames before moving to Carroll. -0- Tom Wandel, owner of the Back Room Discotheque, is remodeling the upstairs of the building housing his business. • When completed the upstairs will feature a game room and a theater for showing "old time movies." A seven-foot projection television set will also be found there for viewing sports events and movies. There will be no admission to view the old movies or watch the giant TV, Wandel said. ' A delicatessen is now in the planning stages with the opening due in the "near future," Wandel said. It will be located on the first floor of the building. -0- Richard P. Hackfort, son of Mr. and Mrs, Andy J, Hackfort of Carroll, has been named manager of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. office in Atlantic. Hackfort replaces Michael Potash who has accepted a position of construction manager for the firm in Sioux City.. Hackfort's new responsibilities include supervising all installation and repair activities as well as customer relations. Hackfort graduated from Kuemper High School in 1963 and earned an Associate of '' 'Applie'd Science degree from • .Iawa.'Sta|e University. He ' 'served in the U.S. Army's White House Communications Agency from 1966 to 1969. After several summer jobs with the company, he joined Northwestern Bell on a Fulltime basis in 1969 as toll terminalman in Council Bluffs, and since then has held several positions there. Hackfort and his wife, Daye, will be moving to Atlantic as soon as housing arrangements have been completed: -0- A quarterly dividend of-43 cents per share on common stock has been declared by the, 'directors of Iowa Public Service Co. The dividend is payable June 1 to stockholders of record on May 10. The regular quarterly dividends on the 3.75 per cent, 3.90 per cent, 4.20 per cent, 8.08 per . cent, 7.64 per cent and 10.88 per cent cumulative preferred stocks were also declared payable to. stockholders of record May 10. A new director has also been elected to the company's board of directors. George F. Edwards, vice-president, operations, was elected to the board and also named senior vice-president. S co t.t IP h e Ip s', vice-president, consumer services, and Jack F. Kinney, vice-president and general counsel, were named senior vice-presidents. Clayton Christensen, chief engineer, was elected vice-president, engineering. In other action, Frank W. Griffith was re-elected chairman of the board. Board members re-elected are Robert W. Giertz of Moline. 111., Robert J. McCoy of Waterloo, Elmer F. Lange of Sac City, Richard A. Schneider of Shelden and Robert E. Gleeson, Robert V. Williams and Scott Phelps. all of Sioux City. - All other company offers were re-elected. -0- Reese R. Abbe of Carroll,' local representative for Mutual of Omaha and United of Omaha, recently attended an advanced seminar of estate planning at the companies' home office in Omaha. The program covers a range of subjects including, estate, income and gift taxation as well as the use of wills, trusts and life insurance in achieving an estate planner's objectives. Violence Unabated BOSTON (AP) — While the mayor, the governor and other officials planned a march to end racial violence, gangs of youths, both black and white, hurled stones and bricks at innocent fiassersby in a third straight day of racial violence. . At least two persons were hurt Wednesday, one black and one white, as small-groups attacked motorists. City police, frustrated by the roving youths who ducked in and out of Boston's housing projects, have urged action by city leaders. . "We'only have so many officers, and we can only be in so many places at any one time," one officer said while trying to cope with sporadic incidents of rockrthrowing and vandalism... Mayor Kevin H. White, hoping a unified procession Friday would ease tension, urged "people of good will" tojoin.in an ecumenical "procession against violence." Promoters of a probusirig march canceled their gathering scheduled fpr Saturday in light of the recent violence. Kissinger, Blacks to Meet WASHINGTON (A) — Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger plans to meet with leaders of Rhodesia's black majority and to outline a stepped-up U.S. aid program during his trip to Africa to demonstrate American support for the aspirations of blacks throughout the contirient. U.S. sources said the meeting with leaders of the African National Council —ANC—will take place next Monday or Tuesday when he stops in Zambia, the third African country on his two-week itinerary. The session is intended to point up U.S. opposition to Rhodesia's suppression of its black majority. However, the most important leader.of the ANC, Bishop Abel Muzbrewa, announced in Zambia that he would not meet with Kissinger and his movement would Have nothing to do with him. He accused the secretary of being "against our war of liberation" and said he can only be coming to 'Africa "to subvert and sabotage our liberation struggle." Ultimatum to Franjieh BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — The left-wing Moslem Alliance today gave Christian President Suleiman Franjieh 10 days to leave office and threatened to establish a revolutionary government by force if he doesn't. "If a solution is not found to the crisis, the Lebanese nationalist movement will be obliged to form a revolutionary government to handle control of areas under it and liberate other areas," the Alliance said in a statement broadcast by Beirut radio. The Alliance, a grouping of.leftist forces fighting the rightwing Christian Phalangists, also threatened to establish a nonsectarian assembly to draw up a new constitution. ". PARIS;(API — France's powerful middle class, 'which:has' : made and!unmade, rhariy a government since the fall of the Bastille, is in revolt against Pres.ident Valery Giscard d'Estaing for proposing the first capital gains tax in French history. France is one of the last countries in Western Europe without any kind of tax on investment profit other than income tax on interest payments. The United States levies a capital gains tax against half the profit from the resale of real estate, stocks, art objects and other investments held six months or longer. Giscard, who was elected two years ago with wide middleclass support, introduced the new tax legislation after pressure from Communists, Socialists and the left wing of his own coalition. He said it was intended mainly to tax the profits of speculators. • House (Continued From Page 1) the amendment, pleaded for its retention. "The question is, are we going to state clearly that a person may use deadly force, if it is reasonable, to halt a forcible felony?" Branstad said. "One of the worst facets of society today is the reluctance of people to come to the,aid of a victim being attacked. Without this amendment we will be Strike (Continued From Page 1) gere'd. some scattered incidents. In Marysville, Ohio, firebombs touched off minor blazes at the Goodyear plant entrance and a major telephone cable serving the .city was cut, authorities said. In Akron, Ohio, several pickets at Goodrich were charged with disorderly conduct. The URW and Firestone negotiators met for two hours beyond the midnight strike dead,line, then again for 90 minutes in the afternoon. Zimmerman said the only substantial progress'made at the afternoon session was in clarifying the cost-of-living adjustment, the key issue in the negotiations. He said no new proposals were made. Zimmerman said that Frestone has offered hourly pay raises totaling $1.15 over three years — 60 cents the first year, 30 cents the second and 25 the third. He said that .the raises' in the second and third years would include a cost of living adjustment. The URW is seeking a $1.65 an hour increase in the first year alone for a "cost-of-living catch up" with the United' Auto Workers. discouraging people from helping stop crimes when they see them being committed." Rep. /Norman Jesse, D-Des Moines, however, said the bill already would permit anyone to use "any reasonable force, including deadly force, to prevent injury to himself or another person or to avoid having to retreat from his home." Rep. James West, R-State Center, asked what would happen if he saw, while going pheasant hunting, a bandit run out of a bank he had just robbed and start to flee. "Could I shoot him with my shotgun?'' asked West. .Jesse replied that West might use his shotgun if the' bandit ran toward him and West feared he might be attacked. • Privacy • (Continued From Page 1) whiskey still and other charges. In the other'case involving personal privacy, the court ruled that records of honor code enforcement by military academies may not be withheld from the public on the grounds that the privacy of .cadets.or former cadets may be infringed, In a 5 to 3 ruling that could open millions of government personnel and medical files, the court said federal law • protecting secrecy of-such files applies only if the government can prove disclosure would be a "clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.." The decision broadened the Freedom of Information Act.
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