Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 26, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 26, 1976
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f~~k ,1 f~l 1 I Times Herald, Carroll, la. r\ -«-^ • * f* - . ••• JJeatns. runerals »»*<***»'»" ^ JJaily Kecord I lfM«Mlflf**IM**eee II M***»IMItll*M*t * • f ' r MRS. JAKE DILLIVAN Mrs. Jake (Lucille A.) Dillivan, 60, of 1305 N. Grant Road, Carroll, died unexpectedly Sunday evening, April 25, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Twit Funeral Home. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff will officiate; interment will be in the Lanesboro Cemetery. Mrs. Dillivan was bom in Carroll County Nov. 10, 1915, and had lived at the above address since 1964. She was a daughter of Henry and Thresa Pauley Klocke. She received her education at SS. Peter and Paul grade school and Carroll High School. Her marriage to Mr. Dillivan took place in Vail June 30,1940. Surviving with her husband are a daughter, Mrs. Norbert (Dixie) Steffes of New Hampton, and four grandchildren. CHRISTIE BAKER ODEBOLT — Christie Lynn Baker, 15, of Odebolt died at her home Saturday morning, April 24. She had been hospitalized since Christmas time and had returned home the night before her death. Services will beheld at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church, Odebolt, with burial in the Odebolt Cemetery. The Rev. Thomas Woodin will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, east chapel, at Odebolt. Miss Baker is survived by her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gritten of Odebolt; her father, John Baker; three brothers, Barry Baker, Jason and Matthew Gritten, all at home, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burley Grove of Holstein and Mrs. Beatrice Baker of Ida Grove; stepgrandmother, Mrs. Grace Gritten of Spencer; and great-grandmother, Mrs. 43 Attend Gathering of RSVP Group Forty-three men and women involved in the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) attended a luncheon meeting Friday at theEiks' Club. Mrs. Leone Jensen conducted the meeting and prayer was led by Florence Dinges. A sing-along featured Mrs. Edward Reardon at the piano; she was given a gift. Prizes were awarded to winners of games. Elmer Walz announced that the RSVP recognition dinner will be held June 16 at the Elks' Club. The next regular gathering will be in August, with Dolores Baumhover, Mrs. Reardon and Mrs. Albert Johnston as hostesses. Kiwanis Club Sets Activities The Carroll Kiwanis Club will open the "little red school house." in Graham park during the bicentennial celebrations this summer, Jim Prentice reported to the club's board of directors Monday morning. Lou Walsh recommended the club support the Carroll Community Choir and its activities for the year. The Kiwanis Pancake Day will be held June 13. A display of old cars and various other antique items, airplane rides and the dedication of the new hangar at the Arthur A. Neu airport will be featured. Mrs. Regina Meshek Carroll — Age 73 Friends may call at th« Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, after 7 p.m. Monday Rotary: 8 p.m. Monday by the Catholic Daughters of America 3 p.m. Tuesday 8 p.m. Tuesday Parish Rosary 8:45 p.m. Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection: 1 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment: Sacred Heart Cemetery Templeton, Iowa Christene Levin of Lake View. Miss Baker was a freshman and honor roll student at Odebolt-Arthur Community" High School; a member of Girl Scouts and Order of Rainbow for Girls; and was active in the United Methodist Church. ORION V.JENSEN LAKE VIEW - Orion V. Jensen, 66, of Lake View, died April 22 en route to Loring Hospital, Sac City. He was a lifelong Lake View resident and a retired businessman, Services were held at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home here Friday, with the Rev. George Brighton officiating. Mrs. LaGene Holdcroft was organist. Mr. Jensen, son of Oliver and Ethel Russell Jensen, was born at Early April 18,1910. Five sisters and a brother survive, including Mrs. Violet Mauer of Lake View, Robert Jensen and Mrs. Ted (Charlotte) Wiese of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. lola Webb of Bancroft, Neb., Mrs. Ed (Eleanor) Shaw of Storm Lake and Sylvia Jensen of Chicago, 111. Two brothers, Millard and George D. Jensen, preceded him in death. MRS. WILLIAM MESHEK SR. Mrs. Willaim (Regina) Meshek Sr., 73, of Carroll died at 9:15 p.m. Sunday, April 25, at Nebraska Methodist Hospital, Omaha, where she had been a patient for five 1 weeks. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Holy Spirit Church, with interment in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Templeton. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., will officiate. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll. The Catholic Daughters of America will recite the rosary at 8 p.m. Monday. Rosary recitations Tuesday will be at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m.; the 8 p.m. rosary will be by Holy Spirit parishioners. Mrs. Meshek, daughter of William and Magdalena Roth Schoeppner, was born April 7, 1903, at Templeton and spent her youth in that vicinity. Her marriage to Mr. Meshek took place at Tecumseh, Neb., Jan. 10,_1922, and they made their home in Dedham. He died Nov. 18, 1974, and in 1974 she moved to 412 E. Bluff St., Carroll. She was a member of Holy Spirit Church and Women's Guild, the Catholic Daughters of America, American Legion Auxiliary, the Auxiliary of the Rural Mail Carriers Association, Golden Circle Club and St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Meshek is survived by two children, Mrs. Delores Wieland and William D. Meshek, both of Carroll; ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Clara Underwood of Crete, Neb.; and a brother, Albert Schoeppner of Templeton. Preceding her in death besides her husband were two brothers, Joseph and Frank Schoeppner. WARREN K. CLARK Mass of the resurrection for Warren K. Clark, 86, of Carroll was celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Lawrence Church by the Rev. Dale Reiff. Pallbearers were William Polking, Greg Siemann, Melvin White, Joe White, Maurice Dion and William Heller. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, with military honors by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. Legionnaires participating were Larry Chartier, Clifford Bierl, Dale Bernholtz, Floyd Weitl, Donald Schechinger, Linus Goblirsch, John Mrs. Jake Dillivan Carroll — Age 60 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Monday Rosary at 8 p.m. Monday Funeral Services 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Twit Funeral Home Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff Final Resting Place Lanesboro Cemetery SHARP TWIT FUNERAL HOME • V V • • FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 years Ragaller, Charles Harms and, as bugler, Harold Kienapfel. Relatives and friends were present from Arthur, Council Bluffs, Eldridge, Westside, Carroll and surrounding area. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Clark, former Carroll police chief, died April 22 at the Carroll Manor nursing home. FRANK FEE BREDA — Final rites for Frank (Rusty) Fee, 77, of Breda were held here Saturday. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. J.E. Tolan of Wall Lake and the Rev. J. Charles Yetmar con-celebrated the mass of the resurrection at 1 p.m. in St. Bernard's Church. Mass servers were Kirk, Kraig and Kent Ulveling; Jim Ulveling was lector. Offertory gifts' were carried by Mr. Fee's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Fee. Active pallbearers were W.F. Stark, Glenn Neumayer, Delmar Bruning, Othmer Boeckman, G.W. Toyne and Kenneth Snyder. Members of the Catholic Order of Foresters serving as honorary pallbearers were Leo Heisterkamp, Albert Boes, Louis Stork, Carl Snyder, R.J. Stark and Art Schulte. The Sharp Funeral Home of Breda was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends were in attendance from Omaha, Neb.; Okabena, Mi'nn.; Orange and Anaheim, Calif.; Laurens, Des Moines, Sioux City, Sac City, Auburn, C u r 1 e w , V i 11 i s c a , Emmetsburg, Scranton, Mallard, Vail, Lake View, Wall Lake, Exira, Arcadia, Carroll and Breda. Mr. Fee, lifelong Breda resident, died April 22 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, after being in failing health for three years. He was a member of the board of directors of the Breda Telephone Corporation from 1954 to 1974. • Politics (Continued From Page 1 > Texas, where voting is May 1. Ford is scheduled to campaign in Texas Tuesday through Thursday, and .Reagan .is d.ue there Thursday. Reagan picked up support over the weekend from Republicans in four states, including South Carolina, where he was assured of 26 of the state's 36 GOP national convention delegates. South Carolina's state Republican convention gave four delegates to Ford, and six were not committed to any candidate. The challenger also won backing in Oklahoma. Missouri and Arizona, while Minnesota's Republicans favored the President in partial returns from GOP district meetings. • Harrison (Continued From Page 1) "The frames on those old trucks were heavier. You couldn't hurt them," he said. "If today's trucks went through half what the trucks did 30 years ago, they would be in pretty rough shape." Back then the only roads paved were highways 30 and 71, he said. "Now all the main roads in Carroll County are either paved or blacktopped." There have been times when Bud has worked for 36 hours straight, slept for eight hours, and gone back to work another 36 hours. '"That was during an extremely bad blizzard in the forties,"he recalled. One time his truck was stranded in Westside. "I had to stay at a trucker's cafe and sat up all that night," the maintenance man said. He has had some close calls over the years. In 1947, during a bad flood, his truck barely made it over a bridge before it was washed out. he said. "That time, my truck was stranded in Dedham. There was water over the road and we couldn't get through," he said. During his retirement, he plans to go fishing. He also plans to do a little traveling and some yard work. Harrison recently had heart surgery. "But the doctor gave me a clean bill of health last week,"he said. •So next time Carroll County has a serious flood or a raging snow storm, Bud Harrison can sit back and relax in his easy chair and "let the younger guys worry about it." COURT HOUSE License to Wed— Robert R. Boes, 25 and Vickie A. Hacker, 24, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— William or Vera Jentzen, Westside, Detroiter; Lynn L. or Helen T. Soyer, Glidden, Chevrolet; Hess Farms, Inc., Coon Rapids, Ford; Richard Riesenberg, Carroll, Chevrolet: Michael Hall, Carroll, Chevrolet, and H.K. Richardson, Carroll, Oldsmobile. Real Estate Transfers- Ronald and Ruth Hiatt, et al to Edna A. Hiatt, Lot 2 and part of Lot 5, Block 29, Auditor's Subdivision of Outlet A and One, Manning. Estate of Loretta Murray to Mathilda Kemper. Lot 7 and part of Lot 8, Block 10, Templeton. Richard K. Bromert to James M. Bromert, Lot 5, Block 82, Bangs and Shermans First Addition, Carroll. Ella A. Dammann to Betty J. Dammann, part of W'aSW".! and WV2E'ASWV4, Sec. 33, Twp. 82N, Range 36W. Modern Storage, Inc. to Allan Kuker. part of SEVi, Sec. 22. Twp. 84N, Range 35W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Reckless Driving— A car driven by Kim J. Drees, rural Carroll, went into a ditch Saturday night two miles northwest of Lidderdale on County E-26, Deputies Ferman Stout and Doug Bass reported: Drees was charged with reckless driving. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Daniel J. Boes. Wall Lake and Jolene A. Wesslirig, Breda, were in collision on Main Street in Breda Saturday afternoon, Deputy William Dorman reported. POLICE DEPARTMENT Saturday Accidents— Cars driven by Josef R. Martin of 635 McCoy Drive, Carroll and Judith D. Anderson, Sioux City, were in collision Saturday afternoon' at the intersection of Quint Avenue and 18th Street. Officers Norbert Kaspersen and Romain Boes reported. A passenger in the Martin car, Jeanne L. Martin, was taken to St. Anthony Regional Hospital where she was treated and released. Ms. ^Anderson was charged-with 11 failure to stop and yield at an intersection. Cars driven by Bonnie J. Broich of 505 W. 18th St. and Henry Lee of.SlOW. Ninth St.. both of Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of Carroll and Ninth Streets Saturday morning. Officers Kaspersen and Boes reported. Ms. Broich was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. Cars driven by Dennis N. Johnston, Lake City and Alphonse J. Truhe of 1747 N. Carroll St., Carroll, were in collision on U.S. 30 near Carroll Street Saturday afternoon,. Officers Boes and Kaspersen reported: Sunday Accident- Cars driven by Richard L. Thompson, Coon Rapids and Douglas J. Bassett, Casey, were in collision at the inter\ Mrs. Nelson Complimented Mrs. Clyde Bayliss, Mrs. Fred Kline and Mrs. Zelma Raygor entertained Saturday afternoon as a courtesy to Mrs. Carmen Nelson, who will marry Lee Bratten in a May 1 ceremony at First United Methodist Church. • The party was held in the recreation room of Westwood Knolls Apartments. Mrs. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Carl Wilkeson, also was a special guest in the group of 19. A tray lunch was served.and the hostesses presented Mrs. Nelson with a gift. section of Court and 12th Streets Sunday afternoon. Officer Merlin Reinart reported. CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF One-Car Accident— A car driven by Larry E. Meyer, Lake City, went out of control and struck a fence owned by Margaret Mahon late Saturday night, Sheriff Leroy Morgan said. The accident occurred along County 47, two miles east of Lake City, he said. Steven Ferguson, Scranton, a passenger in the vehicle, was treated and released, Stewart Memorial Hospital officials said. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE -Friday- Nellie Blum taken from her residence in Glidden to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Aurora Mungon transferred from the hospital to the Carroll HealthjCenter. Rose Teter taken from the hospital to Thomas Rest Haven in Coon Rapids. Sunday- Anna Ostermeyer taken from her Westside residence to the hospital. Lucille Dillivan taken from.her residence to the hospital.' ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 22— Jerald Kult, Coon Rapids Mrs. Violet Weigel, Carroll Mrs. Orville Rabb, Lake City . , Mrs. John Renze. Carroll .: Mrs. Mary Neitzel, Audubon Joseph Mosman, Carroll. Rev. Paul Pillow. Carroll Admissions April 23— Mrs. Clarence A. Blum, Glidden Mrs. Elizabeth Kraus. Carroll Mrs. Leonard Wessling. Templeton Births— , Mr ; and Mrs. Ronald Dopheide, Carroll, a son, Sunday. Birth MILL VALLEY. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pheanis, 10 Shelley Drive, Mill Valley, a son, Matthew Joseph, April 23 at Children's Hospital. San Francisco'. Mrs! Pheanis is the former Carol Florence Collison. 'daughter otMr'.'and' Mrs. M.L. Collison of Carroll. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2.......'.. .$4.35 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats ..1.40 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct; hogs Monday. Estimated receipts 70.000: Friday 38.000: Saturday 12.000; week ago 96.000; year ago 77.000; butchers steady to 25 higher than Friday Tnidsession; trade and demand moderate: U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib country 46.75-47.00; packing plants:47.25-47.'50; sows unevenly steady: 27P-330 Ib 40.75-42.00. A Surprise Party Given TEMPLETON - Leonard Rupiper was honored at a surprise party at his home here Saturday night in observance of his birthday, which will be April 29. Participants were the Albert Rupipers, Vic Rupipers, Leonard Reimans, LeRoy Rupipers, Wayne Rupipers and Mrs. Louis Rupiper. Cards were played, with Vic Rupiper and Mrs. Albert Rupiper winning high prizes and LeRoy Rupiper and Mrs. Wayne Rupiper, low. A draw prize went to LeRoy Rupiper. The group brought lunch. Winners of KHS Speech Event Listed Speeches were given by 47 students competing in the 15th annual Kuemper High School Intramural Speech Contest Sunday afternoon. The first place winners will have their names inscribed on a plaque, which is displayed in the main school hall trophy case. The contest is sponsored by the Kuemper English Department and under the direction of Robert Galligan, speech teacher. The winners are: Seniors — Vicki Hammen, first; Suzanne Loew, second and Marilyn Heithoff, third. Juniors — Gerard Gach, first; Deb Walden, second, and Julie Hagemann, third. Sophomores—Dawn Pietig, first; Kim Stangl, second, and Joyce Klocke, third.' Freshmen — Dave Naughton, first; Chris Cawley, second, and Kelly Green, third. Jane Oswald Wins $4,000 Scholarship Jane Oswald, daughter of the John Oswalds, has received a $4,000 presidential scholarship from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. The four year scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,000 each year. The award is given on the basis of ability and motivation by the student. Miss Oswald is currently a student at Kuemper High School. Wadles Celebrate Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wadle gathered in the couple's home Saturday to celebrate their parent's 59th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent visiting and lunch was served. Their children are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiederien, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wadle, Fonda, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nieland, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Wadle were married April 24, 1917, at :i Rose mount, in Warren r Briefly The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy west, clear east tonight. Chance of frost east. Low around 40 west, mid 30s east. Mostly cloudy west, partly cloudy east Tuesday. High low to mid 60s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday: Partly cloudy with only slight chance of rain. Highs in 60s and lows in 40s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 60, Yesterday's low 35 At 7a.m. today 33 At 10 a.m. today.. 46 Precipitation (48 hours prior to 7 a.m.) 1.06 inch of rain Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall amounted to .10 inch in the 48 hours prior to .7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. Temperatures ranged from 55 to 48 degrees. to Hear Talk ' Mrs. Mildred Elliott. Mt. Ayr. will speak at the Republican Central Committee dinner at 7 p.m. f u e s day ,,a t Tony's Restaurant.. She is a delegate to the National Republican Convention in Kansas City. Dr. Michael J. Hall, central committee chairman, will conduct'the meeting. Guests include the GOP women and spouses, arid the spouses of the central committee. Reservations should be made with Mrs.'Virgil (Mary) Baumhover by 6 p.m. Monday. • Kissinger (Continued From Page 1) Tanganyika and Zanzibar. The next stop on his agenda was Lusaka/Zambia, where he was to meet President Kenneth Kaunda who was expected to press for military aid for Rhodesian nationalist groups. During the weekend. Kaunda said 10 years of negotiations had failed to find a peaceful solution in Rhodesia and it was now too late for negotiating. Black Rhodesian leader Joshua Nkomo. was due in Lusaka to meet Kissinger. The leader of the domestic wing of the African National Council: (ANC) is one of the few black Rhodesian nationalists to agree to see Kissinger. Kissinger met Sunday-in Nairobi with President Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya before flying to Dar es Salaam. Tanzania's foreign minister. Ibrahim Kaduma, warned Kissinger that "where freedom can be obtained only . through violence, we have to , and must support that cause. • "To do otherwise is to betray the cause for peace.'' Traffic Deaths DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Sunday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date —165. Last year to date T-166. , , CORRECTION David F. Drake was incorrectedly identified as David F. Floyd in Friday's Daily Record in a sheriff's office accident story.. Medical Costs Soar WASHINGTON (AP) — Medical costs are up 14 per cent already this year, far outpacing the inflation which limits the spending power of the average American, according to the Council on Wage and Price Stability. The boost in hospital service charges was 20.1 per cent during the first three months of 1976, said the council, which announced plans to conduct public hearings this summer on medical care costs. The average American now pays 10 cents of every dollar income for medical services, said the council, which concluded that there is no end in sight to the skyrocketing prices in the health sector. Viets Promised Unification BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) —Vietnamese leaders today promised a socialist regime "for the people, by the people and of the people" after election of a National Assembly for a reunified Vietnam. Broadcasts from the twin Communist capitals of Hanoi and Saigon proclaimed the voting Sunday a success, with 99 per cent of the eligible voters appearing at the polls in Hanoi and similar strong • turnouts in Saigon and the provinces. The voters chose 249 deputies in North Vietnam and 243 in the South. All the candidates were chosen by revolutionary committees. The assembly is expected to be a powerless, rubber-stamp legislature like those in other Communist countries, with real power being retained by a small Communist party group in Hanoi. Tax Decision Near DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gov. Robert Ray was expected Monday to sign part or all of a three;year package designed to prevent property taxes from escalating. . Ray, who had until midnight to make his decision, said he had worked on the plan almost constantly since he received it Thursday. "I think there is a real problem with them (the legislature) coming up this session with something better," Ray told a news conference. "We saw in the Senate an attempt, but they weren't very successful." Ray had the option of vetoing the measure and trying. again, accepting the first year of the package or signing the entire package. Urges Darvon Controls WASHINGTON (AP) - A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has recommended strict controls on Darvon, a frequently prescribed painkiller, because of evidence implicating it in hundreds of deaths from overdoses. The committee voted 7 to 1 to recommend that' Darvon — generically named Propoxyphene — and mixtures containing it,^be regulated under the Controlled Substances Act: " • • . -••;'••;' - • Spe'ditfcall'y, it advisea^DAVGiMrriissipher Alexander Schmidt to require druggists to refill a Darvon prescription no more than five times in six months and suppliers and pharmacists to control inventories to deter possible abuses. Busy in Pennsylvania PHILADELPHIA (AP) —At subway stops and TV studios, factory gates and historic sites, Democratic presidential campaigners sought out the voters today on the eve of Pennsylvania's crucial primary election. Jimmy Carter started his day at a steel plant gate near Pittsburgh; Rep. Morris Udall of Arizona toured Philadelphia and said lie will score an election surprise,'and Sen; Henry M. Jackson of .Washington talked to labor leaders and union members in Harrisburg. . They were booked for appearances across the state on the last campaign day. Socialists Stay on Top LISBON, Portugal (AP) — The Socialist Party stayed on top as returns were counted today from Portugal's first free parliamentary election in 50 years. But there was no chance of its getting the majority it sought in the new 263-seat parliament. Socialist leader Mario Soares rejected overtures from the center and right to join in a coalition government. Other influential members of his party said such a coalition was inevitable. The election outcome opened the way for the ouster of the Moscow-line Communists from the government of this member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization for the first time since the military revolution two years ago. comment by James Kilpatrick who appears regularly on the "60 Minutes' 1 television show. Wall Street analyst Louie Ruckeyser who has his own show on public television, Art Buchwald who is one of America's foremost humor columnists, and Mark Russell, the resident humorist at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington. D.C., who has been called "a Washington institution ... as familiar to the national capitol's political cognoscenti as the Washington monument is to the tourist." Later in the year we hope to update our other feature and entertainment material. We hope you enjoy these new features, and approve of our efforts to .improve our editorial and"feature material. But whether you approve or Features (Continued FroitvPage 1) disapprove, we would like to have your imput. Your comments on our efforts are solicited and always most welcome. Hearing on Attack Charge MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) — Larry Frost, 23. Marshalltown, was to appear at a preliminary hearing here Monday on charges of assault with intent to commit murder and robbery with aggravation. Frost was accused of attacking Burdett Bryngelson on April 4 outside the Tallcorn Towers apartments in Mar- shalltowh. Bryngelson suffered stab wounds' to his neck and chest. ...'•' •wr-* fi*aw»*«iM-.*v*t*

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