Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 2, 1970 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 2, 1970
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New York Stocks ' NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices continued lurching sideways early this afternoon in slow trading* , The Dow Jones average of 30 -Industrials at noon was off 0.13 at 755.48. However, for the first time during the day, advances outnumbered declines on the New York Stock Exchange—by only ,aV minuscule margin, however. Analysts attributed the market malaise to uncertainty over the upcoming election. They pointed out that Mondays are often listless trading days in the absence of significant news developments. At noon the Associated Press 60-stook average was off 0.1 al 256.4. Oils, chemicals, rubber issues, mail order-retail and aircrafts were generally lower. Steels, motors, aircrafts, utilities, and metals were up, while rails and airlines were mixed. Big Board prices included Telex, up 1 to 23 7 /s; University Computing, up 1 to 22%; Nato- mas, up 2V* to 55%; Gulf Oil, up % to 29 3/ 4; and General Electric, up Vs to 86Vs. Amex prices included Systems Engineering, up Va to 17%; Syntex, up 1% to 34V 8 ; Century ! Electric, off 3% to 27 7 / 8 ; and I Milgo Electronic, up 1% to 33 7 /a. Livestock Market CHICAGO (AP) - Slaughter steer prices were steady at the slaughter heifers were steady to Strong. Cattle receipts totaled 8,000 head. Sheep receipts totaled 100 head. "CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)Cattle 8,000; slaughter steers steady; prime 1,200-1,350 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 "and 4 30.00-30.50; high choice and prime 1,050-1,350 Ibs 29.0050 Girl Scouts Have Skating Party " • (Times Herald News Service) ^AUBURN — All Girl Scouts *$ the Auburn community had ^skating party at Sac City Mon- : day evening. They were accompanied by two leaders, Mrs. Louis Timmerman and Mrs. Mabel Schug. Other drivers ;.were Mrs. David Wernimont, Mrs. Norbert Ludwig, Mrs. Ray "Sanders, Mrs. Delbert Morenz, Mrs. Paul Ellerbrock and Mrs. Cleo Wernimont. About 50 girls attended. Ray Lee was honored Saturday evening at a surprise birthday party attended by 22 relatives. The guests served two .birthday cakes and homemade 'ice cream. Mrs. F. L. Barto entertained the Amity Club at her home for her mother-in-law, Mrs. Grace Barto. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. Clyde Powell, Mrs. C. E. Brown and Mrs. W. A. Buttolph receiving prizes. REPLACES BRITISH SET SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP) — The breakaway republic of Rhodesia has devised its own set of 30 honors and awards to replace those of British origin. The Victoria Cross, the highest British medal, is being suceeded here by Rhodesia's own Grand Cross of Vator. 30.00; choice 950-1,350 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 28.00-29.00; good 26.00-27.50; high choice prime 950-1,100 Ib slaughter heifers 27.50-28.00; choice 850-1,025 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 26.50-27.50; good 24.50-25.50; utility and commercial cows 18.25-19.50; utility and commercial bulls 24.00-26.00. Sheep 100; deck prime 111 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 29.00; few lots choice 80-110 Ibs 27.0028.00. DES MOINES (AP)- (USDA) — Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 100,000; trade moderately active; demand generally good; butchers uneven, mostly steady with last Friday; U.S. 1-3 200230 Ibs 15.00-16.00, 230-240 Ibs 14.75-15.75; sows mostly steady; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 12.50-13.75; 330-400 Ibs 12.00-13.25. SIOUX CITY (AP) -(USDA) — Hogs 10,000; moderately active; butchers steady to 25 higher; U.S. 1-3 190-240 Ibs 16.25-16.50 sows steady to 25 higher; U.S. 1-3 300-550 Ibs 12.75-13.50. Cattle 950; calves 1,800; trade slow, market not established; slaughter steers choice 1,1001,200 Ibs 27.00 choice and prime 28.00; slaughter heifers choice 900-1,025 Ibs 26.00-26.25, choice and prime 26.35-26.50. Sheep 1,000; not established. OMAHA (AP) — Hogs 9,500; heavier weights 25 higher; some 50 higher; 1-3, 190-230 Ib 16.2516.50; sows steady to strong; instances 25 higher weights under 500 Ibs, 350-600 Ib 12.25-13.50. Cattle 11,500; calves 1,500; steers and heifers 50-1.00 lower; cows steady to weak; high choice and prime 1,138-1,153 Ib steers 28.50; choice and prime 950-1,000 Ib heifers 27.25. Sheep 1,500; lambs steady; choice and prime shorn lambs 27.50-28.00; choice and prime wooled lambs 26.25-26.75. AMAZING NEW PRODUCT Kflls humbugs on contact tts name is Love. For best results, use every day, more often during holidays when humbugs are in ' season. Warning: don't limit application to obvious trouble spots; Love is often needed most in places easily overlooked or forgotten. Product most effective when accompanied by warm smile and friendly gesture. This year, keep the humbugs out of your Holidays—spread a lot of Love around. Published 9t • public service In cooperation with Tilt Advertising Council, Religion in American Life and til* International Newspaper Advertising Executives. 2 Times Herald, Cerreff, fa Monsoy, Nov. 2, 1970 City Ready to Pave New Fourth Street Inclement fall weather has delayed construction of the relocation of Fourth Street in Carroll, Leo R. Clark, city works administrator, said Monday. Relocation of Fourth Street on the old Chicago, Great Western Railway right-of-way between Adams Street and Courl Street was targeted for this fall when the contract was let to Kraco Construction Co., Sioux City, on August 3. The railroad tracks were removed following city acquisition of the railroad property last year. Grading for th« n«w concrete paving has been nearly completed and equipment is on hand to start laying the concrete street surface as soon as weather clears, Clark said. Purpose of the relocation is to provide off-street parking in connection with the central business district urban renewal project. The existing Fourth Street between Adams Street and Court Street will be utilized as a parking lot when the new street is opened to use. In addition, 45 feet of the space occupied by buildings on the north side of existing Fourth Street between Adams Street and Main Street also will be utilized for off-street parking when those buildings are dismantled in connection with the urban renewal project The new Fourth Street will curve to the north on the west end and intersect with Adams Street and the existing Fourth Street at the corner of the Great Western parking lot. 8.9 Inches of Soil Moisture Carroll County Extension Director Roland L i c k t e i g said Monday a total of 8.9 inches is available in soil moisture itihat can be used for plant growth in the top five feet of soil. This was determined by tests recently conducted ait the Alfred Klocke farm two miles south and two miles west of Carroll in Marshall soil. This figure compares with 8.5 indies of total moisture in the top five feet of soil at the same place in 1969. The breakdown by fleet is 1.5 inches of available moisture for plant growth in the top foot of soil; 1.2 inches of moisture in the second foot of soil; 1.7 inches of moisture in Uttie (third foot of soil; 2.1 inches of moisture in the fourth foot of soil; and 2.4 inches of moisture in ttie fifth foot of soffl. Son is Visiting Mrs. Clara Schreck (Time* Herald New* Service) TEMPLETON — Norman Schreck of Seattle, Wash, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Clara Schreck. George Kettman is building a new home and expects to move in sometime in November. Mrs. Ambrose Klocke entertained the pinochle club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Kohorst received high prize; Mrs. Mary Ocken, second high; Mrs. Joe Stevens, traveling; Rose Fangman, high bid; and Mrs. Mary Kalkhoff, low. NEED Ib KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT ftURNEW COMMUNITY? Phone) 792-3609 Our hostess will bring gifts and greetings, along with helpful community information. Hot off the Wire Charge Illegal Activities at U.S. Thai Bases WASHINGTON (AP) — Army investigators have confirmed that GI's diverted drugs and PX goods into Thailand's black market as well as doctoring pay records and promotions, a House committee says. According to the House military operations subcommittee, the investigators found the illegal activities occurred in Bangkok and at two U.S. bases in Thailand. The inquiry was prompted by two Army enlisted men who told the Associated Press and the subcommittee they had been involved in thefts and illicit pay record changes before leaving Thailand a year ago. BLOOMFIELD (AP) — Three men escaped early Monday from tihe Davis County jail but two prisoners later surrendered to authorities. Police said Trenton Lindsey, 33. of Ottumwa, remained at large after he escaped with Franklin VaHer, 18, an alleged Army deserter, and Elmer Stocker Jr., 18, of Bloomfield. Police said it appeared a hacksaw passed (through the cell window from the outside was used to cut off a bolt from the cell door. MARYVILLE, Mo. (AP) Douglas Dunn, 18, of Atlantic, Iowa, was found dead in his room Sunday at Northwest Mis" souri State College here. Coroner Robert Dunshee said Dunn told some friends at 4 a.m. Sunday he was not feeling well. CEDAR RAPIDS (AP) — Three members of a Cedar Rapids family were killed Saturday night when fire gutted their home. The victims were Willie Brewster, 26, and his daughters, 9a- lina, 8, and Kimberly, 4. Mrs. Brewster was listed hi good condition at a hospital after jumping from a second story window. DUBUQUE (AP) — Carol Sullivan, 21, of Dubuque, is the second person to die in a hospital from injuries resulting from a two-car crash near Kieler, Wis., Friday. Miss Sullivan died here Sunday. She was one of the drivers. The other driver, Francis Keys, 39, of Shullsburg, Wis,, died Saturday. WASHINGTON (A) — Accumulation of ice on the wings and other surfaces probably caused the crash of an Ozark Air Lines Douglas DC9 jet on takeoff from Sioux City, Iowa, airport Dec. 27, 1968, the National Transportation Safety Board said Sunday. Three members of the crew were injured seriously in the crash and 10 passengers were hospitalized with minor injuries. The 55 other persons aboard were unhurt. The crash came immediately after takeoff for Chicago's O'Hare airport. PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) About 17 to 20 inmates, some of them armed, seized two paid prison employes and two inmate trustees at Cummins State Prison Farm today and threatened to kill them unless their escape demands were met. ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) About 400 young persons—many of them throwing rocks, bottles and boards—charged a line of 16 policemen standing guard outside a rock music concert, police said. The policemen were able to keep the youths back and reinforcements totaling 390 officers arrested 81 persons in dispersing the chanting crowd Sunday night. "Man, the officers were Just under siege," said Lt. Harold Bastrut. "This was an unusually militant crowd. They were hell bent for trouble." However, he said, the crowd fell back when the officers stood their ground. Deaths, Funerals WILLIAM POPP William Popp, 81, died Saturday, Oct. 31, at his home, 1623 Quint Avenue, Carroll, after a long illness. He was a retired farmer, having farmed near Arcadia for 40 years. Rites will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll. The Rev. Timothy Koenig, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, will officiate; burial will be in the Arcadia Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mr. Popp was born at Manning Feb. 1, 1889, a son of Carl Detlef and Fredricka Jentzen Popp. His marriage to Bertha H. Schluter took place at Arcadia on Feb. 4, 1913. He was confirmed and baptized in the Lutheran faith. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Leslie (Helen) Sieve of Manning, Mrs. Elmer (Evelyn) Schroeder and Mrs. Edward (Arlene) Holstein of Carroll; two sons, Vernon W. of Arcadia and Leonard G. of Denison; 13 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Bert (Mamie) Eich of Manning and Mrs. George (Wilma) Wiese of Schaller; and two brothers, Henry and Louis Popp, both of Manning. Mr. Popp was preceded in death by four brothers, Detlef, Irvin, Otto and Elmer Popp; and two sisters, Anna Epsen and Esther Bohnsak. FRED ROHRBECK Fred Rohrbeck, 70, of Latimer, formerly of Lidderdale, died Sunday morning, Nov. 1. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Lutheran Church in Latimer, with burial there under direction of the Van Hove Funeral Home. Mr. Rohrbeck is survived by his wife, Frieda; a brother, John Rohrbeck of Lidderdale; three sisters, Mrs. Luther (Margaret) Main of Latimer; Mrs. Albert (Anna) Kresge of Orange, Calif.; and Mrs. Gus (Frieda) Subbert of Carroll. One brother, Will Rohrbeck of Glidden, preceded him in death. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rohrbeck of Lidderdale. IRVIN BROWN COON RAPIDS - Irvin Brown, 79, was found dead at his farm home north of Coon Rapids about noon Sunday, Nov. 1. Dr. Roland B. Morrison, Carroll County medical examiner, said that he probably had been dead since last Tuesday, of natural causes. Two friends discovered the body, which was Fully clothed, near an oil burning heater, Dr. Morrison reported. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Mason Fu- neral Home, Coon Rapids, with the Rev. Eugene Correll officiating. Burial will be in the Coon Rapids Cemetery, where military rites will be conducted by Gurney Parker Post, American Legion. Mr. Brown was a lifelong resident of the Coon Rapids area and a World War I veteran. He was born in Carroll County, a son of Edwin and Lame Stevens Brown, on Aug. 2,1891. His only survivors are a sister, Mrs. Leon Fitzgerald of Berkeley, Calif., nieces and nephews. OTTILLIA HOFFMANN Funeral arrangements are pending at the Twit Funeral Home for Ottillia Hoffmann, 68, of Willey. Miss Hoffmann died Monday morning, Nov. 2, at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. ORVILLE J. McKINLEY CHURDAN — Orville J. McKinley, 60, a former Churdan resident, died of a heart attack Saturday, Oct. 31, at his home, 1335 South 25th Street, Omaha, Neb. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Brown Funeral Home, Churdan, with burial in Highland Cemetery. The Rev. Robert Parris, minister of the United Methodist Church, will officiate. The body is expected to arrive at the funeral home Tuesday noon, and friends may call until the time of services. Mr. McKinley's survivors include his wife, Dorothy; a son, Robert M., of San Diego, Calif.; three grandchildren, two sisters and three brothers. HAROLD C. SCHRAD ARCADIA — Harold C. Schrad, 55, of Arcadia died at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll about 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1. He had been in failing health since suffering a stroke on Feb. 12. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 10:30 Wednesday morning in St. John's Church here by the Rev. C. A. Ahmann. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call starting at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Twit Funeral Home in Carroll, where the rosary will be recited that day at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m., the last being by the Templeton Knights of Columbus. Mr. Schrad, son of Clem J. and Anna Marie Kaiser Schrad, was born May 10, 1915, at Arcadia and received his education there. He had made his home at Arcadia with a brother, James N., since 1959. He was a member of St. John's Church, Arcadia, and the Knights of Columbus at Templeton. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Irene Mohr of Quincy, The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 43 Yesterday's low 33 At 7 a.m. today 34 At 10 a.m. today 38 J recipitation (24 hours prior o 10 a.m.) Trace of rain OWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Tuesday with snow or rain likely. (Political Advertisement) KEPUBUCAN STATE TREASURER P«irf for by Maurice Bsringer Wett D«* MoIiies, Iowa SNOW Not much change in tempera ture. Lows Monday night in the 20s and low 30s, highs Tuesday in the 40s. FIVE-PAY IOWA FORECAST Skies will be partly cloudy to cloudy for the period Monday through Friday. Temperatures will be rather cold for the first half of the period with a slow warming trend starting about Wednesday. Highs will average around 40 in the first half of the period and the upper 40s the last half. Average lows will be around 30 ki the first half to the lower 30s <t)he last half. A Yt«r High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 39; the low, 35 degrees. Mass.; three brothers, Floyd of Breda, Hyginus H. (Gene) of San Francisco, Calif., and James N. of Arcadia; also an aunt, Mrs. M. J. (Elizabeth) Peasinger of Omaha; two uncles, Herman J. Kaiser of Randolph and Clem Berens of Gregory, S. D.; seven nieces and four nephews. A brother, Rae Thomas Schrad, preceded him in death. Mr. Schrad had been employed by Badding Construction Company for the last 11 years. Prior to that he had farmed, had been a trucker for Lambert Greteman, worked in a restaurant for George Hicks, in a tavern for Ervin Kuhl and did construction work for Lawrene Ocken, all at Templeton. CYO (Continued From Page 1) Rev. John Nockels of Cherokee. The mass featured guitar music. The music was organized by Sue Kelso and directed by Chip Fangman. A group of Kuemper High School students sang. Following the mass, the group danced to "The Sound Effects" of Omaha, until 9 p.m. Diocesan board which helped with the afternoon activities included Mike Halbur of Carroll, president; Michele Remmes of Charter Oak, vice president; Paul Eisenbarth of Algona, secretary; Debi Hyland of Paton- Churdan, treasurer; Jan Friedman of Carroll, spiritual director; Mary Gnam of Carroll, Carroll Deanery chairman; Debbie Vonnahme of Carroll, cultural chairman; Maureen Beacom of Salix, publicity chairman; Kevin McKoy of Jefferson, physical chairman; and Becky Dopsan of Pocahontas, social chairman. Californians are Visitors at Vail (Times Herald News Service) VAIL — Kenneth Holihan and John Prien of Los Angeles, Calif., visited in the John Lally home Saturday. Jess Crampton was in Omaha on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Adams attended funeral services in Schleswig for Larry Baker, who was killed in an automobile accident in Council Bluffs. Louise Byrnes and Vivian Rasmussen were visitors in Sioux City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henkenius and family of Mapleton visited with Mrs. Angela and Leah Henkenius on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Adams, accompanied by Stella and Loraine Hickey, visited with the John Higgens family at Fender, Neb. Sunday. MAGAZINE COMMENTARY LOUISVILE Ky. (AP) The "Scrapper" magazine of the Kentucky High Contractors Association, offered the following commentary on space appropriations: 'There must be some sort of intelligent life in outer space. You don't see them spending billions to land on us." Daily Record Court House COURT HOUE Applications to Wod— LaVerne M. Sporrer, 26, Dedham and Rosalyn M. Kemper, 22, Templeton; Glenn L. Sturm, 20, Breda and Marlies Arnold, 19, Wall Lake. Sheriff's Office Released on Bond- Timothy J. McMahon, 19, Manilla, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail by Justice of the Peace DeLores Joens, Manning, Saturday on a charge of intoxication. The defendant was released on appeal bond Monday but was turned over to Crawford County authorities. Traffic Accident- A car driven by Lloyd Young, Water town, S.D., and a semi- trailer truck driven by Kenneth A. Burlingame, Marmora, N.J., were in collision at the intersection of Highway 30 and Highway 286 in Glidden at 11:30 p.m. Friday. The northbound car was turning east and collided with the rear duals of the westbound truck. Extensive damage was reported to the car. No injuries were reported. Justice Court (Frank Gach) Jail Sentenct— Richard A. Batta, 18, Carroll, was sentenced to 10 days in the county jail Saturday on a charge of disturbing the peace in a Carroll cafe. Disturbing P»act— Gerald Hahn, Carroll, disturbing the peace in a private driveway, $25; David Wittrock, Halbur, disturbing the peace in private driveway, $35. Police Department 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by Timothy J. Fitzsenry, 18, Carroll, and Jack F. Jacobsen, 41, Sac City, were in collision on Highway 30 west of North Adams Street at 1 p.m. Saturday. The left front of the Fitzsenry car and right front of the Jacobsen car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Car-Truck Accident— A car driven by Kenneth K. Holley, 67, Carroll, was in collision with a parked truck on Quint Avenue near 13th Street at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. The front of the car struck the rear of Miss Ottillia Hoffmann Willey—Age 68 Arrangements Pending TWIT a truck owned by Roland D. Wilt, Carroll. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismissals — Paul E. Meister, Lake View Mrs. Pearl D. Patrick, Coon Rapids George R. Lucey, Carroll Mrs. Thomas Conner, Glidden Mrs. Richard Meyers and baby, Coon Rapids Mrs. Leon J. Rotert, Halbur BirHis- Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kanne, Lidderdale, a son, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Billmeier, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. Beidler, Lidderdale, a son, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wenck, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. David Muhr, Coon Rapids, a daugiter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Eric Robinson, Coon Rapids, a son, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fay, Lohrville, a daughter, Monday Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .................. $2.78 Corn, No. 2 yellow .„ ........... 1.26 Oats ............................................. 67 Chicago Grain .« « by The Humphrey Grain Company WHKAT Hi ° H L ° W Cloi ' J>«c. . ....................... 17S»,i 174% 1753; March March .................... 176H l75T'i 178<ji May ..... .................. 173ft 173 173'i 147ft Dec 78% March 78 May 78>/j July 72% SOY BEANS Nov 305>4 J*n. 309 March 312»,i SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 78.80 Jan 79.50 March 78.80 5* 78'i 72ft 303 307 308^ 310',i 3121/4 78.00 78.30 78.10 78.15 78.10 78.20 Harold C. Schrad Arcadia—Age 55 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Kerne starting at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Rotary at 3 p.m. and I p.m. Tuesday and 8:45 p.m. Tuesday by Knights af Columbut, Templetan. Requiem Mais 10:3Oa.m. Wednesday at St. John's Cathalic Church, Arcadia. Final Resting Piece St. John's Parish Cemetery TWIT Now! Bring Your Car to Denny Alspach at the Phillips 66 Now ... I'm in business for myself and reedy and willinf to give your car the care it deserves. I will appreciate your business. Penny * General Automotive * Carburetor and Ignition * Brake Work • Winter Tuneun-- • Lubrication Service • Whatever your car needs DENNY'S PHILLIPS SERVICE Highway 10 and North Clark $t. (Phillips Phene 792-97 10

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