Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 30, 1970 · Page 12
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New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) — The; rails off .9, and utilities lin­ stock market continued to drift i changed, back and forth on the downside ! Big Board prices included in moderate trading today. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks dipped .62 points to 752.94. Decliners held an almost 2 to 1 lead over gainers on the New- York Stock Exchange. Oils were up. Rails, metals Fairchild Camera, off lVs at 18 7 /s; Bermec, off VA at 1; Western Air Lines, off V/s at 15'ls; Sony, off % at 14%; Allied Chemical, off !4 at 18; and Telex, up ] / 2 at 23. American Stock Exchange prices included Consolidated Oil Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Oct. 30, 1970 .A * Hot off the Wire Nixon Gets Tumultous Welcome in Nebraska aircrafts, and rubber issues! & Gas, up IV2 at HVs. Digital were off. All other stock cate- j Equipment, off 1 at 58Ms; Drug gories were mixed. ; Fair, off V/a at 20%; Dome Pe At noon the Associated Press 60 -stock average sagged .9 to troleum, off 1% at 75; Systems Engineering, off % at 17%; and 255.6, with industrials off .8,! Syntex, off 7s at 32 1 / 8 . Livestock Market CHICAGO (AP) - Slaughter steers were 50 cents to 1.25 lower Friday at Chicago Stockyards, but slaughter heifers were mostly 1.00 lower. Receipts were 5,500. There were no sheep receipts. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Cattle 5,500; slaughter steers 1.00 to 1.25 lower; few loads prime 1,200-1,325 lb slaughter steers 30.25-31.00; high choice and prime 1,050-1,350 lbs 29.0030.00; choice 950-1,350 lbs yield grade 2 to 4 28.00-29.25; good 400 Held in Ecuador Kidnaping QUITO, Ecuador (AP) - An estimated 400 persons were reported held today in connection with the kidnapping of Ecuador's air force chief as 14,000 soldiers and police searched private homes, hospitals, churches and convents for him and his captors. The government said there was no news concerning the abductors of Gen. Cesar Rohn Sandoval, and that the investigation was continuing. The general was seized Tuesday, the 50th anniversary of the creation of the ah* force. 26.00-27.50; high choice and prime 925-975 lb slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 27.5028.00; choice 850-1,025 lbs 26.5027.50; utility and commercial cows 18.25-19.50; utility and commercial bulls 24.00-26.00. Sheep none; no market test. DES MOINES (AP) (USDA)—Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 65,000; moderately active; demand fair; butchers uneven, mostly steady, U.S. 1-3 200-230 lbs 15.00-16.00, few 16.25; 230-240 lbs 14.75-15.75; sows steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 lbs 12.5013.75; 330-400 lbs 12.00-13.25. SIOUX CITY (AP) - (USDA) —Hogs 6,000; moderately active; butchers 25-50 higher, U.S. 1-3 190-240 lbs 16.00-16.50; sows fully steady, U.S. 1-3 300-525 lbs 12.5013.50. Cattle 500; not enough to test prices. Sheep 100; not enough to test prices. Number One New York's World Trade Center reaches a towering 1,254 feet, making the Empire State Building the second tallest skyscraper in the world. When completed, the Center will be 110 stories tall, stretching eight stories higher than the former record holder. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — President Nixon received tumultuous greetings from thousands of Nebraskans as he stopped oflf here to urge the election of more Republican's to office. And Nixon returned the welcome Thursday, showing he knows how to please a Nebraska crowd. The President said he would like nothing more than to declare Nebraska's football team the first in the nation, but, he said, "I got into a little touble on than last year ..." Nevertheless, the President said, "While I'm in Nebraska, Nebraska's Number One." Speaking before a capacity crowd of 9,000 persons at Ak- Sar-Ben Coliseum here, the chief executive brought the crowd to its feet when he told Nebraskans the youth seen on their television screens are not the majority. I SIOUX CITY (AP) — Grant it was the highest price paid Wetz, 59, of Sioux City was killed in a collison wth a rescue unit here. The lawyer was thrown from his car and was pinned beneath the vehicle which came to a stop over him Thursday afternoon. The Salix town rescue unit was carrying a heart attack victim, Claude Irish, 58, of Salix. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. Authorities said he apparently died before the collision. in any similar show for a calf. The calf was consigned by the Diamond Lazy H. Ranch of Rose, Neb. OMAHA (AP) — Marvin A. Stille of Storm Lake, Iowa, paid a record $1.97 per pound for a 595 - pound Charolais - Angus crossbred at the 26th annual Omaha feeder calf show and sale. Charles O'Rourke, vice president of Omaha's Union Stock Yards Co., said the price was a record for the Omaha show. He said that as far as he knows DAYTON (AP) - Leonard Thompson, 52, of Lehigh, was killed early Friday in a one-car accident on a Webster County blacktop road about 3 miles north of here. The Iowa Highway Patrol said Thompson was alone in the car when it ran off the road on a curve and rolled over several times. The other driver escaped injury. He was identified as Merton Francis, 35, of Saugus, Calif. CEDAR RAPIDS (AP) — One Cedar Rapids woman was killed and another injured in a two- car collision at an intersection here early Friday. Killed was Betty Jean Hubka, 26, identified as the driver of one of the cars. A passenger in Miss Hubka's car, Doris Kay Flanagan, 23, was injured. By The Associated Press Iowa Atty. Gen. Richard Turner has filed a suit against Bristol-Meyers and two affiliated companies, claiming they have conspired to over charge Iowans for semi-synthetic drugs. The suit, filed in federal district court in the District of Columbia, charges fine firms conspired to "eliminate competition to monopolize the manufacture and sale of amplillicin and other semi-synthetic drugs." with an egg removed from his wife's ovary, Dr. Robert G. Edwards of Cambridge University said Thursday. He said such early embryos already had been developed outside the mother's body in experiments at Cambridge. DETROIT (A) — An English scientist says he plans to plant an embryo—created under laboratory conditions—'into the womb of an infertile woman in the hope it will develop into a normal baby. The embryo would be formed by mixing a husband's sperm WASHINGTON (AP) - The nation's welfare rolls have ballooned 20 per cent in the past year to a record 12.2 million persons, the government's latest statistics show. The increase of two million welfare recipients from June 1969 to June 1970 is causing a severe tax squeeze at all levels of government and cutbacks in some welfare services and payments. Federal </ffioials say President Nixon's current $8.7 billion welfare budget may have to be boosted by as much as 1 billion to cover the unexpected new costs. Worst Financial Year for Airlines GENEVA, Switzerland (AP) — The 12 largest United States airlines, in the grip of a rising cost inflation and major dips in traffic, may lose up to $200 mil- ilion in 1970, rtheir financially worst year in history, Trans World Airlines President F.C. Wiser said today. He urged immediate fare increases and also proposed a moratorium on new route authorizations by the American Civil Aeronautics Board plus curbs on the supplemental airline industry as key parts of an effort to bring economic relief. SURGICAL PATIENT Lawrence Thieleke of Carroll underwent surgery Wednesday morning at St. Anthony Hospital. He is in Room 203. OMAHA (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 5,500; 190-240 lb barrows and gilts strong to fully 50 higher; heavier weights strong to 25 higher; 1-3 190-230 lb 16.00-16.50; sows steady to 25 higher, although instances weak on weight 600 lb and heavier; 325650 lb 12.25-13.50. Cattle 900; slaughter 500; feeder 400; calves 150; not enough steers and heifers on offer for market test; cows generally steady. Sheep 1,100; not enough any one class for market test. Vote to Buy New Curtains For Convent Daily Record Although Utah's Great Salt Lake is fed by freshwater streams and has no connection with the ocean, it is about six times as salty as the sea. today's FUNNY SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT We're proud of our flock, the egg handling graduates of Vanderheiden-north American, who treat furniture like eggs. You'll be proud too. Call 792-9268 for your move, local, long distance, or to storage. 1019 N. East St. — Carrol» i© 1970 by N &Clnc;! APE RACERS Thanx to Gory Rider Flint, Micfr. £3 Today's FUNNY will pay $l.oo f or • each original "funny" used. Send qaqs to: Today's FUNNY, 1200 West Third St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113. ROSELLE - Holy Angels Altar Society held its monthly meeting in the parish hall here Wednesday night, with Mrs. Clifford Eischeid, president, presiding. Plans were made to purchase new living room curtains for the Holy Angels convent as a Christmas gift for the nuns. Various topics were discussed for updating the Society. Announcements were made of the annual Thanksgiving clothing drive for missions and of the Nov. 15 smorgasbord supper at the parish hall. The Rev. Richard Macke distributed leaflets pertaining to the right to life. it was reported that Mrs. Joe Stitz, Mrs. Leo Hannasch, Mrs. Joe Starman and Mrs. Nick Kirsch had been guests at the Oct. 21 meeting of St. Paul Altar Society, Scranton. At the meeting Mrs. Stitz and Mrs. Hannasch demonstrated rosary- making and Mrs. Kirsch displayed three Holy Angels parish and Altar Society scrapbooks. The Scranton Society has been invited to the January meeting of the Roselle women. The door prize went to Mrs. Lawrence Behrens; draw prizes to Mrs. Mario Weitl and Mrs. Earl Wittrock. Games were played, with Mrs. Dominic Sibe- naller and Mrs. Harold Eich winning high and low for pinochle; Mrs. Robert Wittrock and Mrs. John Roth, high and low for bunco. On the lunch and entertainment committee were Mrs. Stitz, Mrs. Ed Daniel, Mrs. Vern Gehling, Mrs. Earl Wittrock, Mrs. Paul Willenborg, Mrs. Bernice Williams and Mrs. Ernest Rupiper. The next meeting date is Nov. 24. Court House Applications to Wed— Kenneth Boelter, 24, Lincoln, Neb. and Linda Martin, 21, Fremont, Neb.; Robert L. Haverman, 26, Carroll, and Margaret L. Olson, 25, Roselle. New Vehicles Registered— Elizabeth C. Lloyd, Carroll, Volkswagen. Real Estate Transfers— Melvin J. and Barbara Hoffman to Cletta Hoffman, Lots 2 and 3, re-subdivision Lot 1, Block 3, Gardner's First Addn. to Manning. Russco, Inc., to Manning Development Corp., part Lots 1 and 3, Lot "B" SEy4E%, Sec. 18, Twp. 82, Range 36. Dean E. Myers to Norma M. Myers, E%SW% and SEy4NW%, Sec. 14, Twp. 85, Range 33. Justice Court (Harry Hagrtfo) Possession of Beer— Charles W. Fisher, Glidden, possession of beer by minor, $35; Sandra K. Kraus, Des Moines, possession of beer by minor, $35; Paul T. Sieman, Carroll, possession of beer by minor, $50; and Kenneth P. Kieck, Carroll, possession of beer by minor, $35. (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) As Concerned Republicans we urge you to yore for LOU GALETICH DEMOCRAT for Congress Let's Put the Welfare of the 7th District and the Country AHEAD of Party Paid for by REPUBLICANS for GALETICH Wanda Knight, Chr. Traffic Fines— Marvin A. Halbur, Arcadia, night speed, $15; Robert K. Petersen, Mitchellville, speed, $11; Kenneth L. Petersen, Westside, no safety chain, $5; Patrick L. O'Brien, Fort Dodge, night speed, $8; Gary L. Blankenship, Lidderdale, night speed, $12; Eugene A. Irlmeier, Templeton, night speed, $10; James P. Dopheide, Carroll, night speed, $68; Jolene. M. Vanderheiden, Carroll, night speed, $20; Gerald L. Tannehill, Lohrville, control of vehicle, $10; Dennis A. Stokes, Glidden, defective muffler, $10; Clayton V. Broich, Carroll, speed, $12; Gary K. Quinn, Des Moines, night speed, $20; Maureen E. O'Connor, Newton, speed, $9; Alphonse H. Klocke, Gray, night speed, $10; Howard Mueller, Whittemore, night speed, $10; James H. Pinzel, ALgona, James H. Pinzel, Algona, speed, $10; and Glen E. Verras, Rockwell City, defective muffler, $10. Police Department 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by William P. Schenkelberg, 73, and Dr. John G. Donovan, 42, both of Carroll, were involved in an accident on Main Street north of the intersection with Fourth Street at 7:50 a.m. Friday. The Schenkelberg car was backing from a parking place and the rear bumper and deck lid were damaged. The right front fender of the southbound Donovan car was damaged. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismissals Oct. 29— Lorenz P. Ahrendsen, Manning Zeeta Fisch, Carroll Clayton H. Woerdehoff, Carroll Julius A. Bohnenkamp, Breda Kenneth P. Kieck, Carroll Joseph H. Fangman, Templeton Matthew J. Smith, Carroll Howard D. Kuehel, Aspinwall Elmer Snyder, Breda Birth- Mr. and Mrs. James F. Store- sund, Coon Rapids, a son, Friday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Admissions Oct. 26— ' Leonard Farrell, Manning Mrs. Ed Ochsner, Manning Ted Kraus, Westside Dismissals Oct. 26— Mrs. Rose Finger, Wall Lake William Ten Eyck Jr., Aurelia William Ten Eyck Sr., Dow City Dismissals Oct. 27— Paul Cates, Westside Mrs. Duane Bald and baby, Arcadia Allan Lamaack, Manilla Clara Stoberl, Manning Dismissal Oct. 28— Larry Stangl, Manning 18. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Heuton of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Miller of Runnells. Mrs. Miller is the former Barb Heuton. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.78 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.25 Oats 66 Deaths, Funerals Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High WHEAT Dec 174% March _ 175% May 172% July 161'A CORN Dec 146 V\ March 152 '/a May 153Vi July 157 V* OATS Dec 77% March 76% May 75% July 72% SOY BEANS Nov 305 Yx Jan 309 March 312% SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 78.60 Jan 78.45 March 78.50 Low Close 173% 174% 171% 160 145 150% 153% 156 76% 75% 75 72 303 >/ 4 307>/2 310>/ 2 77.95 77.85 78.15 174% 175% 172% 160% 145% 151% 154% 156% 77% 76% 751? 72% 304% 308% 312 78.00 78.05 78.50 • Funds (Continued From Page 1) JOHN AXMAN DEDHAM — John Axman, 90, of Dedham died about 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30, at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll, where he had geen a patient for a week. He had been in failing health for two years. Requiem mass will be celebrated by the Rev. Henry Meyer at 10:30 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph Church here; burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll, where the rosary will be recited at 8 and 9 p.m. Saturday and at 3 and 8 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Axman was aretired road construction laborer. He was born Nov. 6, 1879, in Winneshiek County, a son of John and Philomina Otter Axman. In 1892 he came to Carroll County with his parents, set-, tling in Pleasant Valley town­ ship. He attended rural school near Willey and later moved to Dedham. He began as a road construction worker as a young man. Following his retirement he continued to live in Dedham until entering the Spieker Nursing home in Carroll in April, 1969. He was a member of St. Joseph Church, Dedham. He is survived by a brother, William Axman of Dedham, and by several nieces and nephews. Six sisters preceded him in death. Birth FORT BRAGG, N. C. - Sgt. and Mrs. Robert L. Neppl, a daughter Oct. 29 at Womack Army Hospital, Fort Bragg. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Neppl, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Angerer, Iowa City. Mrs. Neppl is the former April Angerer. The Neppls' address is 324 Rhew Street, Fayetteville, N.C., 28303. Mr. and Mrs. Bob W. Miller of Runnells, are the parents of lieves no uniform nor mandatory rule governing the investment of idle funds can be enforced. He points out, for example, that part of the deposits in banks on Dec. 31 of each year is from automobile license fees and use tax collections and is due in Des Moines sometime in January. There has been some confusion over this money being invested at interest locally. While acknowledging that enough money must be kept on hand to operate the county for three or four months until property tax collections are received, Smith said it still appears that some counties have larger fund balances than necessary. In a four year period, 1966 through 1969, Linn County received the most interest, $339,112, followed by Polk, $279,982; Woodbury, $274,754, Black Hawk, $198,257; Scott,. $190,543; Pottawattamie, $178,616; Johnson, $149,932; Webster, $142,078; Kossuth, $138,996; Tama, $124,101; Marshall, $116,314; and a son, Michael Sean, born Oct. Delaware, $111,891. The Weather These Stores On WESTGATE MALL OPEN SUNDAY 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Park in the new spacious Westgote parking lot, opposite West Entrance s ERNETT FAMILY CENTER The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 47 Yesterday's low 33 At 7 a.m. today 37 At 10 a.m. today 39 Precipitation (24 hours prior to_7 a.m.) 13 inches of rain BIERL'S l— PARKWAY iH FURNITURE CARPET and DRAPES Coast to Coast STORE In the New Parkway PIa«a at the East Edge of Carroll on Hi-way 30 OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Open Wed. and Friday Till 9 p.m. RAIN IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Saturday, with occasional rain or snow north and east Friday night and northeast Saturday. Lows in the 30s, highs Saturday lower 40s north to 50s south. FIVE-DAY IOWA FORECAST Cloudy and cold weather is expected in the Hawkeye State Friday and Saturday with a break in the cloudy weather Sunday. Highs Friday will be in the low 40s in tihe north and the low 50s in the south with over niglht temperatures dropping to the 25 to 32 degree range. Readings will warm Saturday with highs in the 40s in the northeast to near 60 in the south west. The warming trend will continue through Tuesday with night time temperatures falling below freezing. Past Matrons Re-elect Two The Past Matrons Club of Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, re-elected Mrs. Glennie Prince as president and Mrs. H. B. Carroll as secretary-treasurer for the coming year at the quarterly meeting held Thursday evening at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant. A 6:30 dinner preceded the business session. The evening concluded with cards, for which prizes were given. Mrs. E. W. Van Meter, Mrs. John Grey and Mrs. T. B. Wills comprised the entertainment and dinner committee. The club's next meeting is scheduled for Jan. 28, with initiation. Bride-elect Complimented A bridal shower honoring Kathy Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Owens of Car roll, was held Sunday afternoon in the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Kraus. About 27 relatives and friends were guests. They played bingo, for which prizes were given, before Miss Owens opened her miscellaneous shower gifts. Lunch included a cake decorated in the wedding colors, peach and white. Miss Owens will marry Bill R u p i p e r on Nov. 14, at Holy Spirit Church. MRS. BEN CAFOUREK MANNING — Funeral services for Mrs. Ben Cafourek, 79, of London, Minn, were held on Monday, Oct. 25, at an Albert Lea, Minn, funeral home, with Rev. Jon Olson in charge of the service. Mrs. Cafourek died in London on Oct. 23. She was 79. She is survived by her husband; a son, Rudolph of Sioux Falls, S.D.; three daughters, Mrs. Henry Schieven, Hammond, Wis., Mrs. Garnet Richardson, Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Wilmer Ranniger, Manning; 2 sisters and 12 grandchildren. Attending the funeral from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Ranniger and Russel; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jansen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ranniger, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tesch; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturm of Manning; Mrs. Robin Mitchell and Joan Ranniger, Council Bluffs. Both the father and mother of Will Rogers, noted humorist lhad some Cherokee Indian blood. John Axman Dedham-—Age 90 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, start* ing at 7 p.m. Saturday. Rosary: 8 p.m. Saturday 9 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday Requiem High Mass: 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham. Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer Interment: St. Joseph's Parish Cemetery, Dedham SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, low* Serving Carroll Area 29 Years Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 244w>ur period prior to 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll amounted to .19 inch. Temperatures varied from a high of 45 to a low of 39 degrees. Our Doors Are Open The residents and staff invite you to visit our New Home and join us for coffee. Carroll Health Center 2241 N. West St. — Phone 792-9284 CARROLL RESIDENTIAL — INTERMEDIATE — SKILLED PROFESSIONAL NURSING CARE

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