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Deaths, Funerals w^X^i'r™ 2 Daily Record 7 I .......,„„„ „., .., » MRS. JAKE DILLIVAN Services for Mrs. Jake (Lucille A.) Dillivan, 60, of Carroll were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Twit Funeral Home. The Rev. Dale Reiff of St. Lawrence Church officiated. Pallbearers were Dominic Sibenaller, Melvin Pietig, Dick Wiebers, Merrill Bohnenkarnp, George Busche and Julius Venteicher. Interment was in the Lanesboro Cemetery. Relatives and friends attended the rites from Rising City, Neb.; Rippey, Decorah, Odebolt, Council Bluffs, Lytton, Templeton, Scranton, Lanesboro, Lake City, Cedar Falls and Carroll. Mrs. Dillivan died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital April 25. TONY L. POTTEBAUM Tony L. Pottebaum, 67, of Starkenburg, Mo., former resident of this area, died Friday, April 23. The funeral mass was celebrated Sunday at St. Martin's Church at Starkenburg. Mr. Pottebaum was a native of Missouri. Surviving are his wife, Laura, four children, 13 Bluffs Man is Arrested; Had Dynamite COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—Culminating what was termed and extensive undercover investigation, special agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) arrested a Council Bluffs man Tuesday afternoon on charges of being a felon in possession of stolen explosives. The suspect, Thomas R. Williamson, 36. was arrested at his mother's home here, according to a spokesman for the ATF office in Omaha. The spokesman said Williamson is on ATF's "significant criminal" list, adding that the list is similar to the the FBI's "10 most wanted list," but with more names. According to ATF officials, agents working undercover purchased 350 pounds of dynamite and 75 blasting caps from Williamson. The dynamite was stolen from the Scherrimer Limestone Quarry near Logan, Iowa, in late March. In all, 400 pounds of dynamite was stolen from the quarry, but 50 pounds have not been recovered, officials said. Last Tuesday, a federal grand jury in Des Moines indicted Williamson on charges of possession of stolen exposives and for being a felon in possession of stolen explosives. ATF officials said the 350- pound buy was the largest in the area since the implementation of the federal Anti-Crime Act of 1970. According to FBI reports, Williamson has a prior felony conviction record on charges of breaking and entering, carrying a concealed weapon and receipt of stolen property. Williamson was being held in jail here in lieu of bond, which was set at $15,000, and was slated to be taken to Des Moines Wednesday for an appearance in federal court. grandchildren, and five sisters and brothers including John Pottebaum of Carroll and William Pottebaum of Halbur. Mr. and Mrs. John Pottebaum and Mr. and Mrs. William Pottebaum attended the funeral. Free Blood Pressure Clinic During May A free blood pressure clinic, sponsored by the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, the Iowa Association of Life Underwriters and conducted under the guidelines provided by the Iowa Heart Association, will open Wednesday, May 5, and continue each Wednesday from 1 to 4:30and each Friday from 1 to 7:30 during May at the Iowa Public Service community room, 804 N. Main Street here. • The blood pressure testing center will be staffed by retired nurses from the Retired Senior Volunteer Program and technicians from the Carroll County Ambulance Service. "To find out if you are one of the 11 million persons in the United States who has high blood pressure, but doesn't know it, is as easy as rolling up your sleeve," officials said. Musicians in State Contest Kuemper High School orchestra and chorus groups will compete in the State Contest Friday at Missouri Valley. This final competition for bands, orchestras and chorus groups concludes the competition activity in music for the school year. About 33,750 students are expected to take part in the competition in 920 large groups before judges, who are amongst the leading music educators in Iowa. The competition will be held at various high schools across the state and is sponsored by the Iowa High School Music Association. • Prosecution Rests in Trial • BURLINGTON, lowa'(AP) — The prosecution has rested its case in the murder trial of Michael Millspaugh, 24. Mount Pleasant, charged in the slaying last January of a Salem man. The case was expected to go to a Des Moines County District Court jury Wednesday. Among prosecution witnesses to testify Tuesday were the Henry County sheriff, a BCI agent and the county medical examiner. Millspaugh is being tried on a change of venue for the fatal shooting of J. Raymond Traut last Jan. 22. Millspaugh has claimed the shooting was Ankeny Family In Auburn Times Herald News Service AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson and family, Ankeny, were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Timmerman and family, Quincy, 111., and Mrs. Christena Hunziker were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gansemer and family. IN MEMORY OF Vernon C. Stevens Scranton — Age 73 Funeral Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Dahn 4 Woodhouie Funeral Home In Scranton Officiating Rev. Dan King Church of Christ Scranton Interment Scranton Cemetery, Scranton DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.40 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 Tuesday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.37-2.45 4.33-4.41 N. Central 2.40-2.47 4.38-4.46 Northeast 2.42-2.54 4.44-4.59 Southwest 2.35-2.40 4.32-4.44 S. Central 2.37-2.47 4.41-4.51 Southeast 2.48-2.57 4.50-4.62 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Wednesday 60,000; actual receipts Tuesday 56,000; week ago 58.000; year ago 55,000. Demand and trading moderate; butchers mainly 50 higher, instances 75 up from midsession Tuesday: U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs with some to 240 Ibs at country points 46.75 to mostly 47.00; plants 47.25 to mostly 47.50; few 47.25-48.00; sows mostly steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 40.75-42.00, few country 42.00. OMAHA, Neb. (AP)(USDA)— Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 3,700; barrows and gilts fairly active, 50 to fully 75 higher; U.S. 1-3, 200-240 Ib 48.50-49.00; sows steady to 50 higher; 350-600Ib43.00-43.75. Cattle and calves; 5,700; general trade quite slow on slaughter steers and heifers; average good to prime steers unevenly 1.00-2.00 lower, bulk 1.50-2.00 off; standard to average-good steers 50-1.00 lower; heifers 1.00-2.00 lower, late trade mostly 1.50-2.00 lower; cows moderately active, steady; a load mostly prime 1,160 Ib steers 44.25; choice 1,000-1,275 Ib 42.50-44.00; choice 875-1,050 Ib heifers 41.00-42.50, a few 43.00 early; utility and commercial cows 30.00-33.50, a few 34.00; cannerand cutter 26.00-30.00. Estimated receipts Thursday: .Cattle and,calves,500; hogs 4.000; no sheep. accidental. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Grain futures prices were relatively strong on the Chicago Board of Trade today, despite several nominally bearish factors. Soybeans were up 4 cents a bushel and wheat almost as much, while oats were up nearly 3 and corn l'/4. Soybean meal advanced $1 a ton and soy oil gained 25 points, or 'A cent a pound. Speculative demand, however, appeared very active in soybeans and in wheat. Before the session, the trade learned ' that Russia had bought 1 million tons of wheat from Australia. • Malpractice (Continued From Page 1) and future medical expenses, past and future loss of income and past and future pain and suffering. "We are making no limit on the first two," Rabedeaux said. "We're only placing a $200,000 limit on one of three categories." The bill, which goes to the House, is designed to hold down the cost of malpractice insurance in three ways. It sets up closer review of doctor's, nurses and other medical personnel by their licensing boards, makes it • Auto Thefts (Continued From Page li local officers to be aware of possible stolen vehicles." The program will also include the investigation of possible stolen vehicles at auto auctions. Following the training session, department of transportation investigators will begin spot-checking vehicles at auto auctions throughout the state: Larson said that auto theft training for state bureau of criminal investigation agents will begin this summer. If a local investigation involves five or more vehicles, bureau of criminal investigation agents will be called in. ".By the end pf the year we'll know if we have results," said Dykeman. "The business is out there; we just have to find it." easier for arbitration without going to court on malpractice cases and establishes review of legal fees by the court on request of the plaintiff. "One of the problems with malpractice insurance is the amount of malpractice that does exist," Junkins said, contending the best way to hold down malpractice insurance rates is to cut down on the amount of malpractice. The Senate voted 27-20 Monday to keep a section in the bill that requires doctors to report other doctors when they observe "grossly negligent, careless or reckless behavior." That vote was reaffirmed 25-22 Tuesday after Sen. Irvin Bergman, R-Harris, asked that the Monday vote be reconsidered. Sen. Charles Miller, D-Burlington, a chiropractor, said it is unprofessional to require medical personnel to report each other to a licensing board which could then revoke or suspend licenses. "I think this (reporting) ought to be by conscience," Sen. Clifton Lamborn, R-Maquoketa, agreed. But Sen. Warren Curtis, R- Cherokee, said the professional medical personnel are the ones who know when malpractice has occurred. He said they should be required to report when unethical practice have occurred. COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Kenneth W. Onken or Gene E. Vincent, Glidden, Freightliner; Clifford or Joyce Abbott, Carroll, Ford; Zachary T. or Diane K. Campbell, Carroll, Mercury; UCT to Sponsor Youth Activities Youth activities "designed to give children a good time" will be sponsored by the United Commercial Travelers of America (UCT) this summer, Melvin Riesberg, youth committeeman said. The program is open to Carroll area children ages 9 to 14. Children's parents do not have to be members of the UCT fraternal organization, he said. In the past the organization sponsored wiener roasts, sack races, hikes to Swan Lake, and baseball games for the youths, he said. The activities vary with the number and ages of children involved. This year's program will be similar to those held in the past, he added. For more information about the UCT youth activities, Riesberg may be called at 792-4426, or Rick Reicks at 792-2433. Former Chief to Be Sentenced MAQUOKETA, Iowa (AP) — A Jackson County District Court jury has decided that former Muscatine police chief Wayne McDaniel delivered marijuana and drugs to a Muscatine woman for profit. The jury was charged with determining whether McDaniel, 55. had given the drugs to Mrs. Barbara Edington. 39. as a favor or for profit. Officials said he would have qualified for a lesser sentence if the jury had found he made delivery as a favor. Judge Nathan Grant on Tuesday set sentencing for May 19. McDaniel was convicted Sept. 19 on three charges of delivering marijuana and drugs to Mrs. Edington. ( She testified last fall that she and McDaniel had been .goit^g.together and that he supplied her regularly wjth mar.i juana a'nd; drug's. McDaniel resigned as chief in September. The issue of whether McDaniel gave the woman drugs as an accommodation or for profit had to be decided by a jury because of an Iowa Supreme Court ruling last November. • Carter (Continued From Page 11 Milton Shapp had 17, Jackson had 16 and Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace had 3. There were 44 uncommitted. Voters actually cast ballots for only 134 delegates; the oth- , er 44 are being apportioned on the basis of the popular vote totals. In the popular contest, with 97 per cent of the vote counted: Carter had 494,218 or 37 per cent. Jackson had 330,210 or 25 percent. Udall had 251,846 or 19 per cent. Wallace had 152,785 or 11 per cent. Shapp had 35.566 or 3 per cent. Antiabortion candidate Ellen McCormack had 38,941 or 3 per cent. Former Oklahoma Sen. Fred Harris, who quit the race earlier, had 13,628 or 1 per cent. Indiana Sen. Birch Bayh, who also withdrew, had 16,740 or 1 per cent. Loren G. Vonnahme, Arcadia, • Ford; Donald H. or Marilyn A. Wenck, Carroll, Ford; Jim's Carpet Service, Carroll, Ford; Kent Riesberg, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Orland D. Fara, Manning, Yamaha; Audrey K. or William E. Andersen, Coon Rapids, Ford; Marcella A. Nurse, Oldsmobile, Merle or Mary A. Trecker, Carroll, Pontiac. Real Estate Transfers— John F. and Artha k.t Wagner to Jane M. Bromert, Lot 5, Block 82, Bangs and Sherman's First Addition, Carroll. Carroll County to Alvin and Dorothy T. Bellinghausen, Part of NEWSE 1 /*, Sec. 8, Twp.84N, Range 35W. Francie Wieland to Lawrence J. Wieland, Part of NWFr.'A, Sec. 3, Twp. 84N, Range 34 W. J. Bruce and Alice H. Annear to Lindley D. and Alice F. Joy, Part of SW'/4NW'/4, Sec. 27, Twp. 82N, Range 33W. MAGISTRATE COURT Suspended Sentence- Francis H. Rust, Boone, was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in Carroll County jail, for driving under a suspended license, in Magistrate Court. But Magistrate Raymond Snook will suspend the sentence if Rust will spend 90 days at the Carroll County Care Facility. Rust was arrested Monday in Halbur by Halbur Policeman Marvin Huelsing for driving'under a suspended license. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Tuesday— Raymond G. Crabtree taken from his residence to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Lillian Garrett transferred from the Family Health Clinic to the hospital. Wednesday- Ruth Johnson taken from her Scranton residence to the hospital. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Tuesday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—170. Last year to date—169. Jury Chosen for Trial of Thomas Seehan NEVADA, Iowa (AP) — A jury of eight women, four men and two women alternates was chosen Tuesday in the first day of the trial of Thomas Earl Seehan, Ames, accused of smothering his son to death. Seehan is charged on an open count of murder for the Nov. 13, 1975, death of his son, Thomas Jr., 2. It was evident in the defense questioning of 41 prospective jurors that the lawyers intended to bring up the question of insanity and diminished re- sponsiblity for Seehan. Defense attorney James Brewer, Ames, told the prospects that, "there are facts that are going to bear on the responsiblity of Tom Seehan," adding that "a man is guilty of a crime because of what he intends...." Brewer also closely questioned each prospective juror about whether they would consider any evidence concerning the mental condition of the defendant if such evidence were introduced. Asst. Story County Atty. Richard Parker represented the state With Story County Atty. Ruth Harkin. They also dwelled on the sanity point, asking the prospective jurors whether they would give more weight to testimony from "expert witness" than to other witnesses. With the case involving the death of a small child, most jurors were also questioned about whether they had children or grandchildren, and were asked the ages of the children. On Nov. 14 of last year, See- han held his wife hostage in an Ames insurance office for more than six hours before law enforcement authorities talked him into surrendering. During the time Mrs. Seehan was held hostage, authorities found his son smothered to death in the Seehan trailer at a mobile home court north of Ames. While Seehan held hjs wife hostage, he admitted killing his son in at least two radio interviews, expressing fear that a pending divorce action would result in his wife gaining custody of the youngster. r Briefly • Audit (Continued Fronii Page 1);, according to the 1973 assessments was as follows for the 12-month period: Total real and personal property — $75,229,461.00. Valuation of Property 1973 Assessments (First figure city.or town, second, rural and third, total) Real estate—$24.242,304.00; $38.531,834.00: $62,774,138.00. Personal — $3,151,282.00: $3.150.398.00; $6,301.680.00. Railroad — $118,713.00; $688.480.00; $807.193.00. Telephone and telegraph — $293.922.00; $1,959,469.00; $2,253.391.00. Transmission lines — --. $1.263.101.00: $1,263,101.00. Probe Death of Iowa Man HAMILTON, Iowa (AP) — Services were scheduled Wednesday for a Marion County man whose body was found in a burning home near here Sunday. An autopsy was ordered on the body of Steven Johnson, 26. of rural Hamilton, but results were not yet available. Authorities said Johnson had suffered a gunshot wound in the head and a shotgun was found near the body. Johnson's wife and infant daughter were not home when the incident occurred, officials said. His body was discovered when passing motorists saw flames in a window of the home. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy to cloudy through Thursday. Chance of rain south and west tonight and Thursday, High both days 50s. Lows tonight upper 30s to mid 40s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday Through Sunday Chance of rain early Friday otherwise partly cloudy. Continued cool with moderation Sunday. Lows the 30s Friday and Saturday, the 40s Sunday. Highs the mid 50s Friday and Saturday, mid 60s Sunday. The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high...... — 60 Yesterday's low 43 At7a.m.today....;. '. 39 At 10a.m.today...... 52 Weather A Year Ago— A total of 1.19 inches of rain fell in the 48 hours preceding 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. It was sunny and windy with temperatures reaching a high of 60 and low of 50 degrees. Electric companies — $1.293.318.00: $15.756.00; 1.309.074.00; Gas companies — $264,188.00; $106,149.00; $370,337.00. Pipelines — .-. $78,166.00; $78,166.00. Waterworks — $72,381.00; --: $72.381.00. Total real and personal — $29,436.108.00; $45,793,353.00; $75.229.461.00. Taxes collected and forwarded in school orders paid to nine school districts in Carroll County, totaled $3,842,525.52. Some of the larger .amounts were apportioned as follows: Ar-We-Va Community — $289,917.74. Carroll Community — $1,780,145.39. Coon Rapids Community — $452.705.33. Glidden-Ralston community —$590.135.86. Lake City Community — $132.468.20. Lohrville Community — $4.747.12. Manning Community — $551,393.23. Templeton Independent — $17.86. Wall Lake Community — $40.994.79. The area school or community college funds received $174,294.15 in treasurer's orders. Tax receipts forwarded to 13 cities and towns of Carroll County totaled $1.436.374.63. The following cities and towns received the amounts listed from the county treasurer: Arcadia —$13,596.12; Breda —$23,123.86; Carroll —$1,043.063.91; Coon Rapids—$92,476.96; Dedham —$16,927.10; Glidden —$70,379.53; Halbur —$15,249.09; Lanesboro—$4,246.30; Lidderdale—$8,982.63; Manning—$123.479.32; Ralston-$4.541.34; Templeton—$19,168.73; Willey-$1.139.57. Boy, 2, Dies in Home Blaze CLEAR LAKE. Iowa (AP) — Troy Dyer, 2. died Tuesday in a fire at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Steve Dyer. Kissinger Cancelled KINSHASA, Zaire (AP)—The government of Ghana has called off Seefetaryof State Henry A. Kissinger's visit to it on Thursday and Friday, and U.S. officials blame Soviet diplomats.- -• . One member of Kissinger's staff said a formal protest to Moscow was contemplated, "We know for a fact that the Soviets have been agitating with the Ghanaian government and with Ghanaian students over the visit," he said. U.S. Ambassador Shirley Temple Black sent a telegram Tuesday from. Accra saying Ghanaian officials had requested cancellation because the chief of state, Col. Ignatius Acheamipong, was sick. The cancellation was the second for the secretary's first African tour. Nigeria was dropped from the schedule before Kissinger left Washington because of the Nigerian government's recent hostility toward the United States over Angola. Bail-out Sidetracked DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A move to bail out local alcoholism treatment centers holding, the sack for nearly $1 million in expenditures not reimbursed by the state was sidetracked Tuesday in the Iowa House. A proposal by Rep. Richard Welden, R-lowa Falls, to add $150,000 for the purpose to an appropriation bill was defeated 52-34. The House then passed the bill 78-9 and sent it to the Senate. The bill would provide funds for operating several state agencies for the next year, including the Division on Alcoholism of the State Health Department and the Iowa Civil Rights Commission. IPS Gas Refund SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa Public Service Co. of Sioux City will begin refunding about $2 million to its natural gas customers Friday. • The company said Wednesday the average refund to residential customers will be between $11 and $13, including interest. The refund covers the period from October of 1974 to the present. IPS said the refund is the result of a Federal Power Commission ruling ordering a supplier of Iowa Public Service to refund part of a rate increase. : Iowa Public Service serves-a large number of customers in north central and northwest Iowa. Favor Small Lakes ;DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A majority in the Iowa House favors creating several smalllakes in the Volga River basin in northeast Iowa instead of one big lake- that might leak. Building the big one so it would hold water could be done provided the legislature is willing to spend enough money, saidRep. AndnjwVarley., R-Stuart,But he said he isn't willing to spend that much. "We could build a lake on stilts if we wanted to spend enough money," said Varley. .,.,... The House rejected the single lake plan, estimated to cost a round'$10 million, by a vote of 72-18'Tuesday. Rep. Don Avenson, D-Oelwein, estimated the multi-lake system can be built for around $2 million. „ 38 Die in Crash, 55 Hurt CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (AP) — The safety of an island runway became an issue today after an'American Airlines jet carrying vacationers crashed. Officials said 38 persons were dead or missing, 55 were reported injured. Pilot groups have said the 4,568-foot runway is too short for jets, even though it meets. Federal Aviation Administration standards. An American Airlines spokesman said the runway is safe or the airline wouldn't land there. , However, the spokesman said the runway is shorter than jet runways at most other airports. Abortion Bid to Senate Floor WASHINGTON (AP)—Senators opposed to abortion are taking their bid for a constitutional amendment against the procedure directly to the Senate floor. Senate action was slated today on a proposal by Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., to include a "right-to-life" provision in the Constitution. But Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., said he would move to have the Helms measure rejected, and he claims he has the votes to do it. •'','• Bayh is chairman .of the Senate judiciary subcommittee, which last September rejected Helms' proposal and several other antiabortion measures. Methodist Problem PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — United Methodists are looking at a threatening shadow creeping over the life of their church — a steady decline in membership — and are weighing measures to counter it. . As one of the largest, most broadly inclusive bodies in American Protestantism, the church's shrinking membership typifies a problem besetting most of the major, mainstream denominations. "We run the risk of becoming extinct," said the Rev. Dri Melvin G. Talbert of Nashville, Tenri., head of the Methodist Board of Discipleship. "But we'll turn it around. We've always made outmost dynamic witness when faced with our most perilous moment." ~ ' •'

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