New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - Afer wavering uncertainty in early trading, stock market prices dipped lower this afternoon in moderate trading. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 2.54 at 753.42. Declines on the New York Stock Exchange outnumbered advances by a heavy margin; earlier, advances were ahead. Analysts said investors were reacting to the recent report that the government's leading economic indicators showed a decline last month. At noon, The Associated Press 60-stock average was off 0.4 at 257.1 Declines ran through rails, metals, aircrafts, mail order-retail, and rubber issues. Steels, motors, utilities, chemicals, and airlines were mixed. Oils and electronics were up. Big Board prices included Telex, off % to 22%; Memorex, off 2Vz to 80^; Fairohild Camera, off 1% to 22%; General Motors off 1 to 69; and Pennwalt, off 1% to 21%. Amex prices included Digital Equipment, off 2% to 59%; Marshall Industries, off 1% to 26y4; Dome Petroleum, up 2% to 73 7 /s; Syntex, up % to 32%; and Asamera Oil, off % to 15%. Timet NeraM, Camll, la. Thursday, Oct. 29, 1970 Livestock Market CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Cattle 200; supply mostly of slaughter cows 50 to 75 lower; utility and commercial cows at 18.50-19.75; few high dressing utility 20.00; canners and cutters 16.00-19.00; utility and commercial bulls 24.50-26.50. Sheep none; no market test. 26.50-27.50. Sheep 400; not established. DES MOINES (AP)-(USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 90,000: fairly active; demand fair; butchers 25-50 lower, U.S. 1-3 200-230 lbs 15.00-16.00, 230-240 lbs 14.75-15.75; sows mostly 25 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 lbs 12.5013.75, 330-400 lbs 12.00-13.25. SIOUX CITY (AP)-(USDA) — Hogs 9,500; fairly active; butchers weak to mostly 25 lower, U.S. 1-3 190-230 lbs 15.75-16.25 sows 25-50 lower, U.S. 1-3 330430 lbs 12.75-13.50. Cattle 3,500; steady to 25 lower,, choice 950-1,250 lbs 27.5028.50; heifers choice 850-1,050 lbs OMAHA (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 11,000; butchers 50 to 75 lower; 1-3 190-230 lbs 15.50-16.00, 230-250 lbs 15.00-15.50; sows 25 to 50 lower; 300-600 lbs 12.5013.50. Cattle 2,000; calves 1,000; steers steady; heifers weak under a rattier narrow demand; choice steers 28.00-28.75; choice heifers 27.00-27.75. Sheep 400; lambs 25 to 50 lower; choice and prime shorn lambs 27.50; choice and prime wooled 26.25-26.75. HOME OWNERS OXFORD, England (AP) Some 9.1 million Britons own tiheir homes and the number will increase to more than 10.5 million in the next 10 years, the Building Society Association reported. More than half of Britain's 55 million population lives in owner-occupied homes. Deaths, Funerals JOHN L. HOAGLUND SAC CITY — John L. Hoaglund, 47, of Sac City, died here Tuesday evening, Oct. 27, at Loring Hospital, after a long illness. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City, with the Rev. R. D. Butler officiating. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery, with military graveside rites by the Sac City V.F.W. and American Legion Posts. Mr. Hoaglund, a World War II veteran, had been a maintenance man at the Sac City Post Office. Surviving are his wife, Loretta; three children, LaVon, student at Wayne State College, Wayne, Neb.; LaDonna and Mark, Sac City; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoaglund of Arthur; and the following brothers and sisters: Earland and Ronald Hoaglund, Arthur; Mrs. Sid Crosby, Ames; Mrs William Williams and Kenneth Hoaglund, both of California; Elmer Hoaglund of Holstein; and Mrs. Dean McCormick of Ida Grove. Hot off the Wire Alert on Possible Assassination Plot CHICAGO (AP) - A report of two men, one with an automatic rifle, driving withfa a mile of a hotel where President Nixon spent the night prompted suburban police to alert federal authorities today about a possible assassination plot. Illinois State Police issued an all-point bulletin for the men who officers said were wanted for questioning about their presence in the area. WEBSTER CITY (AP) - Kenneth Smart? 23, of Webster City, was killed Wednesday night when the car he was driving collided with a truck on U.S. 20 here. Officers said the truck, carrying a load of hogs, was driven by John Elliott, 25, of Somers. He was treated at a hospital and released. AMMAN, Jordan (AP) More trouble is expected from the Palestinian guerrillas in Jordan following King Hussein's announcement that one of their foes will head his third government in six weeks., Hussein appointed Wasfi Tell, a veteran politician opposed to the guerrilla activities of the Palestinian commandos, to replace Ahman Toukan, a Palestinian named prime minister three weeks ago. NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times Co. is acquiring a group of newspaper, magazine, television and book company properties—among them the seven million-circulation Family Circle magazine—from Cowles Communications Inc. In return, Cowles will receive 2.6 million shares of Times class A common stock, currently worth more than $50 million, an announcement from the Times president, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, said Wednesday. CEDAR RAPID, lewa (AP) — The pilot of a 707 jet airliner carrying 47 passengers en route to San Francisco suffered a fatal heart attack Wednesday. But the copilot landed the plane safely. The Trans World Airlines aircraft made an unscheduled stop here. Capt Herbert Shlvely, 49, Glen EUyn, 111., was pronounced dead on arrival at Mercy Hospital. WASHINGTON (AP) — Th. Food and Drug Administration has announced that 859,000 Hollywood brand candy bars are subject to recall because of con tamination. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration today announced the first recall of a product contaminated with poisonous mercury —25,000 liver pills made from seals. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration has proposed an order that would set federal standards for baby food labeling. Also required would be a manufacturers' statement on infant formulas designed as substitute for human milk. The statement would have to be made when the product fell below federal standards for protein, fat, vitamins and minerals. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Carnation Co. has promised federal officials it will no longer advertise its "Instant Breakfast" as equal In nutrition to eggs, bacon, toast and orange juice. Carnation, charged by the Federal Trade Commission with false advertising, made the promise formal in a consent order provisionally accepted today by the FTC. DETROIT (AP) - General Motors Corp., hit by a strike and sharply declining sales, has posted its first quarterly loss in 24 years. GM reported Wednesday a $77 million loss for the July-September period of this year, compared with a profit of $230 million for the same three-month span of 1969. The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 50 Yesterday's low 32 At 7 a.m. today 31 At 10 a.m. today 40 IOWA FORECAST Cloudy Thursday night with SNOW chance of light snow west and north, lows 25 to 32. Cloudy with chance of snow showers north and east Friday, partly cloudy southwest, highs in 40s. MRS. ANNA M. BOWLER Requiem high mass for Mrs. Anna M. Bowler. 79, of Carroll, who died at St. Anthony Hospital Oct. 26, was celebrated by the Very Rev. Leo Lenz, V.F. at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Holy Spirit Church. The Rev. James Shanahan, Wall Lake, also was in the sanctuary. Pallbearers, all nephews of Mrs. Bowler, were Richard and Peter Fitzpatrick, Edward, Dean, Larry and Bill Sabus. Arrangements were in charge of the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Omaha, Neb.; Ames, Des Moines, Churdan, Marshalltown, Boone, Sumner, Jefferson, Bayard, Lohrville, Carroll and surrounding communities. Weather A Year Ago— Carroll temperatures a year ago today reached a high of 50 and a low of 33 degrees. Business fir Professional Directory W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALISE 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Courthouta) Office 792-9782 Home 792-2767 Iowa Land Service Company Farm Record* Form Appraisals Farm Management V. Stu»rt *>rry — Dial 792 -WB3 Dr. O. M. O'Connor OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glassed Fitted Contacf Lens Specialist 102 W. 5th Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-3318 Closed Thursday Aftcrnoeitt DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location ~ 524 N. Adam* St. (Between Ha.masch Beauty Shop and ShorwitvWilliama) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa MRS. LENA B. MAULE LYTTON — Mrs. Lena B. Maule, 85, of Lytton died Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 27, at Loring Hospital, Sac City, where she had been a patient for some time. Rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City, with burial in Cedar Cemetery near Sac City. Mrs. Maule is survived by a brother, Orrie Greer of Sac City; a nephew, Robert Maule, Sac City; and two nieces, Mrs. Louis Lichtenberg, Denison,,and Mrs. Jane Vaughan of Florida. • Amendments (Continued From Jage 1) Daily Record Court House Application* to Wed— Leo S. Blllmeier, 25, and Donna K. Forke, 24, both of Carroll. Now Vehicle* Rogietortd— Hattie I. Gray, Carroll, mobile home; Darwin K. or Patricia I. Lee, Coon Rapids, Ford pickup; Clousie H. Grimm, Manning, Chevrolet; Farmers Co-op, Co., Glidden, Chevrolet truck. Real Estate Transfer*-Maud M. Kratoska estate to Delbert L. and Jean E. Patrick, Lots 68 and 61, Meyer's Addn. to Carroll. Sheriffs Office Traffic Accident— Cars driven by Francis L, Hyland, 51, Carroll, and Jerome J. Havlovic, 24, Brainard, Neb., were involved in an accident 2% miles north on Highway 71 at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Hyland was turning left into a farm driveway at the time of the accident. The right front of the Havlovic car and left side of the Hyland vehicle were damaged. No injuriee were reported. Nixon to Keep Option Open on Whether to Back Agnew CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818-822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELD, D.D.S. — Phone 792-2630 •L F. BARELS, D.D.S. Phone 792-2528 L. B. WESTENDORF O.O.S. Phone 792-2630 DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES attorneys' duties to acting as legal counsel to governmental agencies and establishing district attorneys in each of the state's 18 judicial districts to act as public prosecutors. Removing the county attorney from the constitution would allow the legislature to do that. Also on the ballot Nov. 3 will be the question of whether a convention should be called to propose amendments to the constitution. The constitution requires that question to be placed on the ballot as a matter of form once every 10 years. There has been no noticeable support for such a move, and the proposal is expected to be turned down. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Ditmbeals Oct. 21— Mrs. John Broich and baby, Carroll Daniel Schmitz, Arcadia Mrs. Dean Gibson and baby, Scranton Michael Brutsche, Coon Rapids Mrs. Grace Drees, Carroll Mrs. Ewald Stock and baby, Carroll Michael Schelle, Breda Mrs. Ralph Wiederin and baby, Carroll Mrs. Liana FarrelL Carroll lirfhs— Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyers, Coon Rapids, a son, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. James W. Kracht, Coon Rapids, a son, Thursday CHICAGO (AP) - President Nixon, carrying his cross-country Republican campaign to the Pacific Coast today, is keeping open his option on whether to back Vice President Spiro T. Agnew as his 1972 running mate. Before flying to Illinois Wednesday night, Nixon was asked in Texas about a published report that Agnew might be dumped from the GOP ticket in 1972 in favor of Rep. George Bush, provided Bush wins a l»ot- ly contested Senate race in the Lone Star State. "I'll cover that as 1 get along in the campaign," Nixon replied. While his response seemed noncommittal, and he never has publicly committed himself to backing Agnew for renomina- tion, the chief executive added a few words certain to encourage his vice president: "I must say that he is one of the great campaigners of all ... I think he is doing a wonderful job." It was understood that Agnew placed a concerned telephone call to the White House after reading the report that he might be sidetracked. The story, published in the Dallas Times Herald, was distributed by the Washington Post-Los Angeles Times news service and was written by David Broder. Jim Allison, deputy chairman of the Republican National Committee, said, "I wish they'd run that story next week ... It doesn't help." Allison apparently theorized that Texans might interpret the published account as an administration "plant" to win their votes—and react against it. Harry Dent, ene of Nixon's chief political lieutenants, said of the Bush-for-vice-president story, "There's nothing to it." Ronald L. Ziegler, Nixon's press secretary, said today "There has been absolutely no discussion by the President and his principal aides about the 1972 vice-presidential nomination—or even whether he will himself be a candidate for reelection." Nixon scheduled for today what he jokingly termed "a rather light day." "I have two meetings in Illinois, one in Omaha, Neb., one in Rochester, Minn., then in San Jose, Calif., and then in San Clemente, Calif.," he said. The President's immediate mission in Illinois was to boost Ralph Tyler Smith for an elected term in the Senate. Republican Smith, according to Illinois polls, is the distinct underdog in his contest with Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson m. Smith was appointed to the Senate vacancy left by the death of Everett M. Dirksen, to serve until the general election. Chicago Grain These Markets An Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Lew CIOM WHEAT Dec 175 March 175 ^4 May 173% July — 161% COKX Dec 14614 144% 145% March 152% 150% 131% May 155 ft 154 155 July 157 156% 157 173% 173% 171% 159% 175 175% 173% 161% OATS Dec. 78 76% 76% 73% March May .. July _ SOT BEANS Nov .306 Jan 309% March _ 313% SOV BEAN MEAL Dec. 78.60 Jan. 7* 65 March 78.90 77 78% 75% 72% 303% 307% 310% 78.10 78.20 78.40 77% 76% 75% 73 304% 308% 312% 78.50 7S.45 78.40 • Debate (Continued From Jage 1) institutions or hospitals for treatment. Mrs. West agreed with Sen. Neu, and said the victim of the drug should be treated as an ill person, but the pusher should never be taken away from the courts. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. % $2.78 Corn, No. 3 yellow l.S Oats Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 792-9277 516'/ 2 N. Adams St. ACE BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Formers - Buiinettet - f rotational Federal * State Tax Records Double Entry Bookkeeping Financial Statements Accounts Receivable * Payable Alice Staierr 792-4044 407 S. Mepte James C. Smith ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516'/2 N. Adams Dial 792-9277 General Practice Taxes — Estate* R. J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adame—Car/ell, Iowa Office Hours: f te 12—1 to 5 General Practice • Obstetrics Fractures—X-Rays Office Dial 792-4120 Heme Dial 792-1408 R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 East- 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice) — Obstetric* PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 792-3543 Home 792-3630 You're only 90 miles away from a dining experience in the grand tradition. * THE ORLEANS ROOM radisson blachstone 36th & Famam/Omaha It's a short distance to travel for such rewarding results. (For Reservation* Call 402-348-0111) At their business meeting preceding the political debate, the Carroll Jaycees made additional plans for their Christmas activities. Dr. Lynn Curry, Christmas basket chairman, announced that after Nov. 14, the Jaycees could have all unclaimed bicycles for this project. Dr. Darrell Eich will contact representatives of the Young Adults and teen clubs to discuss the possibility of these groups having dances, with the price of admissions being canned goods for the baskets. Arlo Buck will check into the possibility of the K.C.'s h a v i n g a breakfast to raise money for the project Jaycee-ettes will be asked to bring canned goods to their next meeting and will be responsible for determining how much food is needed for the basket project. Dr. Curry also said the welfare office will supply the list of needy people, and the Golden Circle will be contacted about toy repair. The telephone company has space which may be used by the Jaycees for storage of gift and canned goods items as they are collected. Arlo Buck will check bite the possibility of the Jaycees playing the Carroll High basketball team in a benefit game to raise money for the basket project. Following Christmas caroling at nursing homes Dec. 19, under the direction of chairman Gary Rutten, the group is planning a social gathering at Maple River. In other business, the Jaycees voted to send $936 from their sale of honey on Honey Sunday, to the statewide scholarship] (Carroll NllISCS fund. Seventy per cent of this) money will be returned to Carroll County in the form of scholarships for special education teachers. The remaining 30 per cent i3 required to pay for t he honey. Buck reported on the District 8 meeting in Manning Oct. 17. Lt.-Governor Roger Jepsen spoke to the group. The Jaycees voted at this meeting to invite wives to future regional meetings. The Jaycees changed the date of their next meeting from Wednesday, Nov. 11, to Tuesday, Nov. 10, because of the Veteran's Day holiday. This meeting will be a social gathering at Maple River. Any member who brings a new member or guest to mis meeting will receive his and his guest's meal free. Dr. Curry will show slides ofhuntingin Africa at this meeting. Tastes, like odors, are caused by chemicals dissolved in liquids around the sense organs, which is why a person is unable to taste a piece of dry sugar or salt until a little has dissolved. | no longer yours at State Conclave The 67th Annual Iowa Nurses* Association Convention closed Wednesday at the Carousel Inn in Iowa City. Registration for the four-day meeting totaled over 700, including delegates Mrs. Bernice Crane of Vail and Mrs. John Janning of Carroll. Mrs. Janning also attended as a delegate on the Board of Directors of the Iowa Nurses Association, The House of Delegates passed several by-laws revisions, and heard committee reports. Resolutions dealing with nursing education, nursing practice, abortion, collective bargaining, public health, legislation and the Merit System were passed. UCT Council Plans Activities The Carroll Council No. 543, United Commerial Travelers of America, planned two November activities, a couples' friendship dinner at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant and Lounge Nov. 16 and a stag membership party at Maple River Nov. 30, during their regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the Standard Farm Center. Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, the regular fourth Wednesday meeting will not be held in November. Past Sr. Counselor Elmer Juergens presided at the meeting in the absence of Sr. Counselor Alvin Heinrichs. Committee reports and progress were reviewed on the local council aid to retarded children, safety and cancer projects. The names of J. D. Moore, James Louis and Robert Schmitz were cited for the attendance prize. Mrs. Otto Bluml presided at the meeting for the Auxiliary No. 3. Reports from the grand cancer chairman, Mrs. Fred Savely of Burlington, and the grand retarded children chairman, Mrs. Herman Feldman of Peosta, were read by the secretary. Mrs. Lawrence Boyce gave the report on the progress of ways and means committee. The November meeting of the Auxiliary will be held on Monday, Nov. 23, at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant, with a card party to follow the meeting. A joint social hour followed the meetings with Mrs. Edna White, Mrs. Boyce and Mrs. James Heffernan of the committee. EVEN . . .FINALLY COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) A customer who has purchased a new car on tfoe 36-month plan sent Ben Carter the final payment check and this note: "Dear Sir: This ought to make us even, finally. Sincerely, but Delbert Patricks Move to New Home Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Patrich and son Dennis moved Thursday from 1033 North Crawford Street to the home at 1615 North Carroll Street which they purchased from the estate of Mrs. Maude Kratoska. Mr. Patrick is manager of the S & M Finance Company office in Carroll; Mrs. Patrick is employed by Carroll Community Schools. Their older son, David, is a student at Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kan. (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) As Concerned Republicans we urge you to rote for LOU GALETICH DEMOCRAT for Congress Left Put the Welfare of the 7th District and the Country AHEAD of Party Paid for by REPUBLICANS for GALETICH Wanda Knight, Chr.
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