Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 5, 1970 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 5, 1970
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Livestock Market CHICAGO (AP) — Cattle fe- ceipts at the Chicago Stockyards Wednesday totaled 300 head and there were not enough slaughter steers or heifers among the aWlvafs to- permit a fair test of tm Tnarket. receipts totaled 100 head. ff, CHICAGO Cattle 300; supply mainly cows selling steady: utility and commercial cows 17.75-19.00: few high dressing utility 19.25-19.50; canners and cutters 15.50-18,50. ,.£heep 100;. few part loads of choice, and prime 88-100 Ib sHorn slaughter lambs with No. 28.5.0-29.00. "DBS MOINES (AP)— ttJSDA) ! *- Totva-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 90,000; fairly active: demand generally good: butchers most- Jy 25 lower, instances 50 lower. U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs 15.25- i 16.00. 230-240 Ibs 15.00-16.00; sows steady to 25 lower, in! stances 50 lower. U.S. 1-3 270- i-330 Ibs 12.50-13.75; 330-400 Ibs ! 12.00-13.25. SIOUX CITY-.(AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 13,000; weak to 50 low- ier. mostly 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 1 190:235 Ib butchers 15.75-16.75: [sows 25-50 lower, U.S. 1-3 300400 Ibs 12.75-13.75. Cattle 2,500: steady to strong: .cbojqe 1.000-1,250 Ib steers 26.7527.50: choice 900-1,075 Ib heifers 25,5026; 50. 2 Time* Herald, Carroll, !«. Thursday, Nov. 5, 1970 Sheep 500: not established. OMAHA (AP) - (IISDA)- Hogs 11.500; butchers 25 to 50 • lower, weights over 270 Ibs weak to 25 lower; 1-3 190-230 Ibs ! 16.00-16.50; sows weak to most- !ly 25 lower; 325-625 Ibs 12.25- i 13.25. Cattle 2.000, calves 400; steers j and heifers strong, instances 25 ! higher; choice steers 27.00-28.00; | choice heifers 26.00-27.00. | Sheep 500: lambs 25 to 1.00 lower; choice lambs 25.0-26.00. Daily Record Air conditioning for human comfort was first used in a motion picture theater in 1922, according to Encyclopaedia Brit- lannica. one When you buy the first tire at our regular exchange price. (Plus Fed. Ex. Taxes) SIZE C78-M (0.95-14 K-7814 (7.35-14 EJ8-15 (7.35-15 . F78-I4 (7.73-14 I''78-1S (7.75-15) (J78-H (8.25-14) G78-I5 (H/JS-IS) H78-I4 (8.55-14) H78-I5 (8.5fi-15) .178-14 (8.85-14) .178-15 (8.85- 15 > FITS MANY ComctK, I'll Icons Mustangs, Ti'tn pests ;ind Yali:t ntK HarrucuduK, Cnmnros, Che- vpllcs, Comets Concurs, •Darts (•'alrlunos, ,Miin tantCN. KirrhirdH and fiflicl* • Ambassadors, Camuros Clicvys, Chevy Us, Dodges, l-'-85s, Fords, rlymotiths and Specials Clicvys, Dodges, F-85n, Fords, MureuryH, I'l.v- inouths, I'onti- aes, Sfierials and T-Hirds Ituicks, Chryslers, Merenrys, [Hdsniohilps, I'ontiues and r-Iiinls Ciidilliies, Klee- rns Lincoln*, Imperials and Oldsninhiles BLACKWALLS 1st Tire $28.25 29.75 31.00 34.50 37.75 42.00 2nd Tire $14.12 14.87 15.50 17.25 18.87 21.00 WHITEWALLS 1st Tire $31.50 33.00 34.25 37.75 41.00 45.25 2nd Tiro $15.75 16.50 1 7. 12 18.87 20.50 22.62 Fed. Ex. Tax Per Tlr<> $3.17 $2.25 $3.23 $2.44 $2.40 $2.(iO $2,80 $3.01 $•:,!« \AVAILABLE with STUDSl for extra traction on ice You can have them studded with 112 studs in 8 rows for the greatest ice traction you've ever known.,,at additional cost. TIRE and SERVICE At The West Edge of Carroll on Hi-way 30 Court House New Vehicles Registered— Mearl or Alice Fern Pottroff Glidden, Chrysler; Mark Richard Powers, Carroll, Ford; Reynold J. Lappe, Glidden, Dodge; Leonard August Gute, Carroll Dodge: Roy M. Middaugh, Glid den, Ford. Real Estate Transfers- Chicago, Milwaukee,, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co. to Garst & Thomas Hybrid Corn Company, an irregular tract of land containing 12.269 acres in Sec tion 34, Twp. 82N, Range 33W Joseph H. and Christine Berg to Gerald F. Berg, the NEV4 of the NE'/4 of Sec. 7, Twp. 84N, Range 36W. Virgil J. and Mary N. Baumhover to Orren L. and Patricia J, Grundmeier, Lot 1, Block 8, Subdivision of Outlot Thomas Second Addition to Carroll. • Legislature (Continued From Page 1) terloo in >tlhe Democratic gubernatorial primary. Control of the legislative machinery is particularly important next year. Since .last year's reapportion- menit was ruled unconstitutiona under the "one man, one vote' principle, legislative districts must be revised on the basis ol population figures reported in bhe 1970 census. But the slate representatives and senators aren't the only ones affected. The lawmakers will be called upon to redraw Iowa's congressional district since one of Iowa's seven seats will soon be tost. Because of shifting popula tion, one of the state's congressional seats, will go to a faster growing state. Another controversy facing the new legislature will be the tax issue. Fulton, who unsuccessfully faced GOP Gov. Robert Ray had blamed the governor's "no staite tax hike policy" for the rising property taxes at the local level. Toward the end of the campaign R'ay indicated he woulc keep "an open mind" on the need for increased state taxes next year. Some political observers feel that the revolt against high property taxes contributed to the defeat of a number of Republican legislators and held Ray's total vote tower than expected. One of the returning senators, Lucas DeKoster of Hull, has anounced his intention to lead his party on the Senate floor. James Potgeter, R-Steamboat Rock, who was assistant majority leader last term, is mentioned as a possibility to succeed Rigler. Another strong possibility is Sen. Charles Balloun of Toledo. Rep. Ed Holden of Davenport has announced as a candidate for GOP floor leader in the House. Reps. Andrew Varley of Stuart and John Camp of Bryant are other possibilities. Democratic Reps. Michael Blouin of Dubuque, Michael Kennedy of New Hampton and Joseph C. Johnson of Iowa City are possibilities to lead 'their jarty in the House. There is still the question of who will replace Frommeltt as he Democratic leader in the Senate. House Speaker William Har- jor, R-Henderson, is expected to seek re-election as speaker. Rep. ?loyd Miller, R-Farmington, Who was speaker pro tern of the 63rd General Assembly, is mentioned as a possibility for he job. Police Department Held in Jail- Jeffrey Neal Miller of Carroll was being held in the Carroll County Jail Thursday morning following his arrest Wednesday night by Carroll Policemen Larry Lahrkamp and Remain Boes. Hie Carroll Police Department filed charges of careless driving, failure to obey a police officer and no valid drivers license against Miller. Miller was scheduled to appear before justice of the peace Harry Hagge later Thursday. Traffic Accident- Cars driven by Judy Ann Ludwig-Strunk, 19, and Charles E. Knoblauch, 48, both of Carroll, were in collision in an alley 150 feet west of the intersection of Highway 30 and Carroll Street. The Ludwig-Strunk car was attempting to back off the highway when it struck the front of the Knoblauch car. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismtuals Nov. 4— John Schumacher, Breda Mrs. Eric Robinson and baby, Coon Rapids Mrs. Effie Goochey, Coon Ra pids Mrs. Jerry Wenck, Carroll George Berger, Carroll Mrs. William Kanne and baby, Carroll Mrs. David Muhr and baby, Coon Rapids Births- Mr, and Mrs. Gerald H. Ven- ieicher, Scranton, a son, Thursday Birth DES MOINES — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schouten, 213 East Shawnee, Des Moines, a son, Nov. 4. Grandparents are Mrs. Susan Reiff of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schouten, Sioux City. Mrs. Schouten is the former Karen Reiff. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.76 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.28 Oats 70 Chicago Grain I'hese Market* Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Low Clow WHEAT Dec 179% 178V« 179>,4 March : 180i/ 4 178% ISO'/a May 178% 176% 178% July 1681,4 164% 168»/4 CORN Dec 151% 148% 151?i March 1571/a 154'i 157% May _... 160% 157% 160% July 162% 159% 162% OATS Dec 831/2 March 82% May 80'i July 77% SOY BEANS Nov 305>,i Jan 309Va March 314 SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 79.70 Jan 79.70 80 78% 75 83>/i 81% 80 77 302 305 305% 309 _ 3091/4 313% 78.75 79.30 78.70 79.45 March 79.80 78.75 78.30 Justices of Peace, Constable Reelected The final vote totals in Tuesday's election for Justice of the Peace were Frank Gach, Carroll, 1,466; Harry Hagge, Carroll, 819; DeLores Joens, Manning, 243; and Nancy Hanson, Glidden, 231. All were unopposed in the election. Francis Clark received 1,408 running unopposed for constable. New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices remained fractionally tower In moderate trading early ibhiis afternoon. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 0.20 at 770.61. Declines 'held a sizable margin over advances on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said the market appeared to be drifting, but not actually succumbing to any strong downward pressure. Profit-taking and concern over the conttn uing General Motors strike were cited as possible explanations for >the easiness. At noon The Associated Press 60-Mock average was off 0.4 at 260.4. Oils, metato, uitlities, elec tronics, aircrafos, and motors were off. Steels, rubber issues, mail order-retail, and airlines were up, while rails and chemicals were mixed. Large-block trades of 10,000 shares or more included 415,000 shares of Royal Dutch Petroleum at 45. off 2%; 204,10 shares of Royal Dutch at 44. off 3%; and 250,000 shares of Telex at 21%, off %. Other Big Board prices included Piittston, off % at 39%; Xerox, off 2 to 83%; Parke, Davis, up % to 25%; General Motors, up % to 72 7 /s; and Ber- mec, off V» to 1%. Amex prices included Behring, off 1% to 14; Amrep, up % to 29%; ITEL, up % to 17Vs; Systems Engineering, off % to 16% and Deltone, up % to 27. Reports Heard by Teachers Assn. Mrs. Helen Schwarzenbach, Carroll Education Association delegate to the Iowa Association of Classroom Teachers Delegate Assembly meeting, reported on their meeting recently held in Des Moines at the regular meeting of the C.E.A., Wednesday at the Carroll Community High School. The American Education Week chairman, Mrs. George Fair, reported favorably on visitation activity in classrooms in the elementary grades. Over 750 parents and visitors participated. Mrs. Wanda Throckmorton reported on the beginning sessions of the Guided Self Analysis program for Carroll teachers and members of the Coon Rapids and Sioux City faculties. The next in-service G.S.A. training session will be Dec. 9 in Coon Rapids. Mrs. Paul Tilton, president, conducted the meeting. TO RECEIVE COMMUNION Seventeen Dedham children will receive their first communion Sunday, Nov. 8, ait the 7:30 a.m. Mass to be offered by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Members of the class are Marty Balukoff, Kathy Bauer, Debra Billmeier, Carol Denier, Keith Heithoff, Wanda Heman, Kathy Klocke, Allan Letting, Christine Meiners, Gene Riesberg, Mark Schmitz, George Schreck, Robert Starman, Julie Tigges, Kay Tunning, Joan Von Bon and Carla Wiskus. The Weather The Woathor in Carroll (Daily Ttmper»tur«i CourUsy Iowa Public Ssrvlco Company) Yesterday's high 47 Yesterday's low 33 At 7 a.m. today 30 At 10 a.m. today 39 IOWA FORECAST Fair Thursday night and a lit- WARMER tie warmer west, lows in 30s. Increasing cloudiness and warmer Friday, highs 55 t 63. Woarhor A Yoar Ago— The mercury reached a high of 65 degrees a year ago today in Carroll. Low mark for the day was 34 degrees. CATTLE FEEDERS!! CATTLE CONDITIONS Pay Wejght Faster! SNpping Fever Losses! Greater Profit Returns! WITH SQUEALER •quoolor Coltlo Condltlonoro ire Irto bott woy to got your foodor oolvoi gaining foator, moro economically, with lota rlak of ahlpplng fovor. Modorato protoln lovol, gonoroua amount* of vftamlna and minerals plua organic lodido. High lovol of molaMoa to oncourago calvoa to oat aoonor. Available in pellett only, bog or monoy-aaving bulk. AVAILABLE WITH MHOS-TO "tAt ... for cattfo «nd «w/n«r 11-1111 or ttt your I "FRCIH" FEED* HARUN, IOWA I "Huooior MM. Deaths, Funerals PRANK JOHNSON AUBURN — Frank Johnson, 66, of rural Auburn died Wednesday evening, Nov. 4, at boring Hospital in Sac City. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday by the Rev. Edward Fandel at St. Mary's Church in Auburn; burial will be in the parish cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City, where the Holy Name Society will recite the rosary at 8 p.m. Thursday and there will be a parish rosary at I p.m. Friday. Mr. Johnson's survivors include his wife, Catherine; four daughters, Mrs. Harlan Stout of Sac City, Mrs. Gene Foster of Cherokee, Mrs. Clifford Stegeman of Moville and Sherry Johnson of Des Moines; eight grandchildren; three brothers and a sister, Ambrose and Robert Johnson, Sac City; John Johnson of Joplin, Mo.; and Mrs. Philip Schleisman of Manson. Drug Program to Be Presented A special program aimed at educating junior high school students concerning the potential problems of drug abuse will be presented at Carroll Community, Holy Spirit and St. Lawrence junior high schools later this month, according to Darwin Hunger, who Is In charge of the local program. The Carroll program* will be presented as part of a statewide effort sponsored by the Young Lawyers Section of the Towa State Bar Association to inform junior high students of the problems connected with drug abuse. The program will be presented in a three-part session for Carroll students on November 12, November 19 and November 25. The three-part session will be composed of a presentation by a doctor, a lawyer and a film entitled "Marijuana." The program is based upon an American Bar Association program directed at drug abuse. President Richard M. Nixon has conferred with Al Brennecke, president of the Iowa Young Lawyers Section, concerning the program and has given it his hearty support. Mr. Bungor will prosont the legal segment of the program and a Carroll doctor, to be named later, will discuss the medical aspects of drug abuse. J. Michael Dull of LeMars has been named state chairman for the project. The director for the 16th Judicial District, which includes Carroll County, is William D. Kurth of Carroll. Entertain for Future Bride Margaret Thede, Nov. 14 bride-elect of Darrell Snyder, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the K. C. hall. The courtesy, attended by 20 guests, was given by the six sisters of the prospective bridegroom. Miss Thede's colors, brown and bittersweet, were displayed on the gift table, which was centered with an umbrella. Several bridal games and traveling bingo were played and prizes awarded. Lunch was served after gifts were opened. The wedding will take place at St. Lawrence Church, at 12 o'clock noon. Jean Brott Complimented (Times Herald Ntwt Service) WESTSIDE — A shower at the Legion Auxiliary Rooms here Sunday afternoon honored Jean Brott, who will become the bride of Tom Meehan on Nov. 21. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Rothmeyer, Jan Frahm and Mrs. Larry Brott. Nineteen guests attended from Vail, Denison, Arcadia, Carroll, Earling and Westslde. Games were played, and a door prize awardedto Mrs. Emil Schmidt. Mrs. John Meehan and Mrs. Earl Putt poured coffee and punch when refreshments were served. Green and white, the bride- elect's colors, decorated the lunch and gift tables. COMPLf Til COURSI Army Pvt. Eugene H. Rasper- bauer, 20, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kasperbauer Jr., Dedham, has completed an eight- week cooking course at Ft. Ord Calif. He entered the army in June 1970 and completed basic training at Ft. Lewis, Wash. He is a 1968 graduate of Kuemptr High School DELBERT CARNATZ (Tlmei H«r«1d N«wi $«rvie«) AUBURN — Delbert Garnatz, 44, of Ibpeka, Kan., formerly of Auburn, died Nov. 1 at the Veterans Administration Hospital In Topeka. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, with the Rev. John Holland officiating. Burial will be in Lake City Cemetery. Military rites for the World War II veteran will be in charge of American Legion Post No. 284 of Auburn. Mr. Garnate is survived by four sons, two daughters, 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Gamatz of Auburn, four brothers and two sisters. MRS. MAMIE BARTON Mrs. Mamie Barton, 80, of Bondurant, mother of Dale Barton of Glidden, died Wednesday morning at Des Moines General Hospital after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Christian Church at Bondurant under direction of the Moffitt Funeral Home of Altoona. Burial will be in the Mitchellville Cemetery. Dale Barton is sports editor of The Daily Times Herald. HAROLD C. SCHRAD ARCADIA — Requiem mass for Harold C. Sdhrad, 55, of Arcadia, was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. John's Church here by the Rev. C. A. Ahman. Pallbearers were Robert Badding, Gordon Wiebers, Charles Duffy, Steve Sander, Henry Staffers and Melvin Jahde. Interment was in the parish cemetery. The Twit Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Schrad, who had been in failing health since suffering a stroke last February, died Nov. 1 at St. A n t h o n y Hospital in Carroll. ROBERT G. SCRO66INS (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — Robert George Scroggins, 71, died at his home at Lake City Wednesday, Nov. 4. Funeral rites will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City, where friends may call after noon on Thursday. The Rev. John Holland will officiate; burial will be in Lake City Cemetery. Mr. Scroggins was a lifelong Lake City resident. He was born here July 7,1899, a son of Leonard and Cora Jane Green Scroggins. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Archie Woods of Lake CHy; five brothers, John of Kalamazoo, Mich.; Fred of Rockford, 111.; Roland of A u r o r a, 111.; Alfred, of Anderson, Calif.; and Henry of Redding, Calif.; also several nieces and nephews. CARL SEAY (Timei Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Carl Seay, 79, of Lake City, will be held here at 10 a.m. Friday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel. He died Nov. 4 at Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City. The Rev. John Holland will officiate. Burial will be in the Lake City Cemetery. Friends may call at Huffman's after noon on Thursday. Mr. Seay, a farm worker, had lived at Lake City for many years. He was born at Monroe on April 13, 1891, a son of John and Corette Garnstt Seav. Ed. J. Vonnahme Carroll — Aft 67 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Horn*, Carroll, starting at 7 p.m. Rotary: • p.m. Wta'nsia'ax by tka Charlft Carroll Council Knighti of Columbu*. I p.m. Thuria'ay. • p.m. Thursday. 1:45 p.m. Thursday. Rcquitm Mass: 10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church. Officiating: Vary Rev. Lso Un* ( V.F. Intarmant: Mr. Olivat Camttary. SHARP FUNIRAL HOMI Carroll, lew Sorvi«« Corral! ATM 2* Yoori

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