Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 4, 1970 · Page 25
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Banker is 'Knighted' —Times Herald News Service Photo Audubon Banker A. A, Kruse was knighted "Sir Albert of Audubon" in a ceremony at St. Paul, Minn. Kruse led a delegation of about 75 Audubon cattle feeders and businessmen on a one-day visit to St. Paul as the climax to Audubon's annual Operation T-Bone, which he originated. Officials of the St. Paul Winter Carnival knighted Kruse in honor of his efforts to promote the beef industry. Kruse is shown here kneeling during the ceremony before (from left) Doug Setley, a bugler for the royal guard; King Boreas XXXIV (William Hite); Queen Marilyn Koppy; and Prime Minister Gil Thoele. • Congressional (Continued From Page 1) the 5th District, knocking off Don Maihcxn, Des Moines Republican and two dtlher minor contenders. Smith had almost a 2-1 margin over Mahon and outdistanced Roy Berger, 44, of Des Moines, the New Party candidate and John Grant, 61, also of Des Moines, who flew the banner of it h e American Independent party. early scare into Wiley Mayne, ithe Republican incumbent. Moore, taking his inaugural dip into a political race, held an early lead but Mayne pulled ahead and finished wih more than 13,000 votes. It was Mayne's third successful bid. William Scherle, 47, of Henderson romped to his third term from the 7th District, defeating Democrat Lou Galetich, 41, of Carroll. Scherle held a 2-1 margin. In the 6th District battle, Fred Moore, 50, of Spencer, a former member of the Democratic State Central Committee, threw an High in protein.. Low in calories MANNING COTTAGE CHEESE Ask For It At Your Nearby Grocery MANNING CREAMERY COMPANY — 11't» low In c.ilorl«s In the 4th District, voters sent John Kyi, 51, of Bloomfield, a nine-year veteran of the House, back to Washington for another term. Kyi had about a 7,000 vote edge over Democrat Roger Blobaum, 41, of Creston. H. R. Gross, 71 of Waterloo, who ihas held his 3rd District seat since 1948, easily defeated Democrat Lyle Taylor, 36, also of Waterloo. In the 1st District, voters were I faced with the question of Who | they thought would be most effective in Congress — Schwengel, who prior to Ms first Congressional win served in the Iowa House for 10 years, or Mezvinsky who won his first political bid two years ago. Mezvinsky, however, had served as a Congressional aide to Rep. Smith a few years ago in Washington D. C. The two contenders were in general agreement on ending the Vietnam war, law enforcement, campus unrest and on solving the nation's economic ills. Training Program Allocated to Iowa WASHINGTON (AP) - Some $1,174,664 in federal funds has been allocated to train 319 Jowans in three Manpower Administration programs, U. S Sen. Jack Miler, R—Iowa, oaid Tuesday. A $1,074,612 grant was awarded to the Des Moines Area Community College skill center to provide training for 262 jobless or under-employed workers in 10 fields. The rest of the money will help train 57 disadvantaged jobless in private industry in Des Moines and Oakland. My Thanks To the voters of the 28th House Legislative District who supported me in the general election on Tuesday. Charles E. Knoblauch Paving tHe Way for OtKers— TV Repairwoman Must Always Prove Herself •y JOY STILLEY (AP Newsfeefures Writer) LINDEN, N.J. (AP) - "They get a funny look on their faces when I show up carrying a case of tubes and my tools," admitted Diana Ildefonso. "When I walk In that door I have to prove myself or I might as well quit." But Diana, a 17-year-old television repairwoman has already proved herself — in the Job Corps, where she showed such aptitude for electronics her teacher gave her private lessons. And as the first girl to attend Magnavox's Service Training School in East Rutherford, N.J., she came out on examinations higher than most of her male classmates. "At first their mouths dropped epen, to put it mildly, when I walked into the class," recalled the perky teen-ager with short dark hair, big brown tyss and a mature manner. "They aceoptad it In a very sad way to if they were sayinp 'Gee whilliktrt, they're taking ever eur (obe tee/ "But they were quite friendly the second day after I made) it clear that if I expect to get anywhere I can't get special treatment. I just want to be treated like a human being." Now Diane is proving herself further in her job with a television dealer here, making house calls with a fellow worker and repairing televisions, radios and other equipment. Pointing out that there is a severe shortage of people in TV service, Diana said she would like to see more women enter a field for which she thinks they are especially suited. She feels she is definitely paving the way. "Women are fussier about small, intricate details and like everything in its place, looking nice and neat. When I solder a component I make sure it's done right — clean the connection, clean the lead, make sure there's a thin covering of solder and make sure the lead is wrapped securely around the connection," she said with professional pride. "I feel like I've reedy dene eemething when I've fixed a set. One little eld lady really sweated my mereJe rex* cently. When I walked awe her house she gave me m auspicious leek, asked why I was there and If I knew what I was doing. After I took the back of the set off and quickly got it te working she wee thrilled, glad it wae m woman who'd dene the job." Times Herald, Carroll, la. TT Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1970 * She comes on like women's lib when talking about job equality, but that's as far as her sympathy with the movement goes. "I don't feel a thing for it; not a thing. Let women be women, and men, men." In elothes too she insists on being feminine. "I don't wear slacks to work," continued the 5 foot 4 technician. "Thatfa M of my rules. That skirt and) blouse under my lab coat is important to me — I'm atifl • girl." Diana devotee muck of her spare time to musie composing, playing the piano and singing. A Puerto Rican, she plays with a neighborhood Latin group called La Caliente (The Hot One). She also likes racing and tinkering with cars. Cedar Falls Okays Annexation Issue CEDAR FALLS (AP) - Cedar Falls voters Tuesday approved annexation of 13.13 square miles to the city. The annexation approved by 68 per cent of the voters would nearly double the size of the city and add 32,220 residents, 778 permanent and 170 mobile homes. A total of 5,938 for and 2,403 no votes were cast. The next step will be for the city to bring suit against all property owners in the anexa- tion area to prove its ability to provide service. If no appeals are hied and the District Court approves that the city can provide the services, *he area will become a part of Cedar Falls. McKHnley said without an appeal the anexation should be completed by the summer of 1971. The early Greek philosopher, Pythagoras, is credited with having first advanced the theory that the earth is a sphere. Mushroom Firm to Move to Spencer SPENCER (AP) — The owner of a Canadian firm ibhat grows and cans mushrooms announced Tuesday the firm would relocate its Winnepeg, Manitoba, plant in Spencer. Roy P. North said Spencer was selected because the climate is more favorable for growing mushrooms and the materials used in the growing process are readily available. The firm markets its products under fine name of "Springfield Mushrooms." Walter Williams, Spenced Industries Foundation managing director,. said the firm would employ between 20 to 30 persons and represents a $750,000 investment. U.P.W. TO MEET MANNING - The United Presbyterian Women will meet alt the church on Friday, Nov. 6, ait 2 p.m. A Thanksgiving Service will be conducted by Fredda Hinz. Jean Pfoltmer will be chairman of the refreshment committee. She has been taking things apart to find out how they work as long as she can remember, and used to "fiddle away" with her record player when she was barely into her teens, repairing and adjusting it. She excelled in physics at Central Commercial High School in Manhattan, but had to quit school and go to work to help her family, including one older and four younger sisters. When her family got back on its feet she wanted to continue her education and enrolled in the Jersey City Job Corps, where she received her high school diploma. 'They plaeed me in an aeeanv bly job, but I'm not a person to sit down and do the same thing all day," she said. "I wanted challenge. Magnavox was interested in attracting women to the field of TV repair and asked me to be a pioneer. "I plan to go to college and get a degree in electronic engineering," she went on. "I'm a jack of all trades and master of none, but I intend to become a master of one — television fixing. I hope some day I can have my own little shop. I want to be accepted not for my sex but for my knowledge, for using my hands and brains. Once I 've achieved this I think I 've achieved a lot and I can achieve a whole lot more." Now Available • •. • When you want the best, buy CANDIES HALLMARK CARD and GIFT SHOP Wwtg.t. Mall — Carroll SBRN&TT Open Tonight (Wednesday) Till 9 p.m. SAVINGS at SERNETT FAMILY CENTER 9:30 a.m. te 9:00 p.m. Wee*, end Frf. 9:30 a.m. re 5:30 p.m. Man., Tun. and Thurt. 9:00 a.m. ie 5:00 a.m. Set. OPfN SUNDAY: 1:00 te 5:00 p.m. Two New Stars at the Sernett Family Shoe Department • CONVERSE ATHLETIC SHOES STAFF OXFORD 1. Converst quality . . . you can't beat it. And more and more quality—sophisticated people refuse to accept less. 2. No. 1 choice of the No. 1 professionals. 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