Daily Record Court House Applications to Wed Douglas Maasen. 19. Westside and Starr Linda Brotherson. 19, Denison. New Vehicles Registered— Headlee Ford Co., Coon Rapids, Ford; Dale W. or Marjorie K. Ridgeway. Coon Rapids. Ford; Paul J. Lenz, Carroll, International pickup; Louis F. Schroeder, Arcadia, Ford; and William J. or Wilhelmine C. Kruse, Manning, Dodge. Real Estate Transfers- Louis J. Wanninger Jr. to Louis Wanninger Sr. and An tionette Wanninger, Lot 7 anc part of Lot 8, Block 17, Tern pleton. L. Marie Kinney estate to Bernard and Mabel Lengemann Lot 1 and NV 2 Lot 2, Block 1 South Manning. Helen 0. Forbes to Wayne H. and Violet K. Yocum, Lo 4, Block 9, Applewood Knolls Addn, to Carroll. Police Department 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by Clara H Determan and Timothy D. Humlicek, both of Carroll, were in collision on Clark Street south of the intersection with Firsl Street at 1:10 p.m. Monday. The two cars were southbound and the right front of the Determan car and left front of the Humlicek car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOPITAL Dismissals, Nov. 14— Constance L. Wiebers, Carroll Charles E. Parkis, Carroll Mrs. M e 1 v i in T. Steinkamp, Arcadia Benjamin F. Hart, Coon Rapids Mrs. John E. Thelen, Lake : City - William D. Lux, Lidderdale Mrs. Larry F. Nieland and baby, Carroll Mrs. Norbert H. Hoffman and baby, Carroll Dismissals, Nov. 15-16— Bernice M. Landgraf, Denison David F. Peters, Carroll Mrs. Margaret T. Lappe, Carroll Andrew J. Weddle, Scranton Mrs. Lynn W. Dunn, Carroll Mrs. Edward G. Anthofer, Coon Rapids Larry L. Lesle, Auburn Mrs. Vernice J. Sporrer, Templeton Kenneth Steinkamp, Bredia Clarence Nielson, Coon Rapids Dion D. Perry, Carroll Mrs. Hilda Schroeder, Manning MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL 'Admission Nov. 13— Anna Change — transferred from Plaza Dismissals Nov. 13— Scott Hill, Manning Darla Smidt, Lake View Robert Genzen, Manning ' Ella Schade, Manning Frank Pfannkuch, Manning Hot off the Wire Viets Seize Huge Red Ammo Stockpile (AP) — Thousands Vietnamese troops Bikes for Christmas —Staff Photo A truckload of bicycles, 11 to be exact, should brighten some faces around Carroll come Christmas Day. The bikes, which were lost, discarded or abondoned and not claimed during the time they were at the police station, have been given to the Carroll Jaycees with the approval of the Mayor's office. The bikes will be repaired by Jaycees, under the direction of Gary Radach, left, and Zenas Becker, center, to be included as gifts for families receiving the Jaycees' annual Christmas baskets. Patrolman Bill Heller, right, helped Jaycees load the bicycles Monday afternoon. SAIGON of South pushed into northeast Cambodia today and uncovered one of the biggest North Vietnamese ammunition stockpiles of the war. In South Vietnam, enemy rockets and mortars hit two U.S. bases, killing three Americans and wounding 20. It was the heaviest American toll from rocket and mortar attacks in one day since July 22. The new drive into Cambodia netted 254 tons of 85mm ammunition found in four holes six miles inside Cambodia's Ratan- akiri Province, opposite South Vetnam's central highlands. The South Vietnamese killed 11 North Vietnamese guarding the ammunition cache, the government said, and killed seven others in small clashes in the same general area. BLAIR, Neb. (AP) — Amonia gas escaped from a tank near this Nebraska town Mon- day morning, forcing th* evacuation of about 100 persons from their homes. WASHINGTON (AP) - Tne House has passed a resolution recognizing a president has emergency war powers but calling on him to report to Congress when he uses them. The resolution was sent to the Senate by a 288 to 39 vote Monday. The measure reaffirms that only Congress can declare war and says a president should, when feasible, consult with it before taking emergency actions. BURLINGTON (AP) — Sandra Brakey, 24, of Fort Madison died in a Burlington hospital late Monday night of injuries she received in a early morning accident in Gulfport, 111., located across the Mississip- pie River from here. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1970 DACCA, East Pakistan (AP) ~ Cholera spread today among hungry, homeless survivors of the cyclone and tidal waves that devastated heavily populated islands at the mouth of the Ganges River and stretches of the East Pakistani coast behind them. Estimates of the total casualties were still only guesses, although relief officials said Monday night that the count of the dead had reached 55,000. Information Secretary Syed Ahmed spoke of possibly "300,000 or 500,000" dead, adding that such numbers were not confirmed. By Thi Associated Press Egypt, Libya and Sudan endorsed today Gen. Hafez Assad's coup in Syria and said they were ready to admit Syria as a fourth partner in their pro- jected federation. Libya's head of Muammar Kadafi, state, Col. made the declaration on behalf of the three Arab countries after a 24- hour visit to Damascus, Syria's capital. WASHINGTON (AP) America's groceries may cost more by the middle of next year but the farmer will continue to get less and less for them, the government predicts. "Retail costs of market basket foods may average slightly above current levels through the first half of next year," the Agriculture Department said In a report Monday, because of a continuing rise in wages for grocery store workers and climbing transportation charges. WASHINGTON (AP) — Unemployment among Vietnam veterans is higher than the national average and is expected to get worse as the war winds down, the Labor Department says. In its Monthly Labor Reveiw Magazine, the department's Bureau of Labor Statistics said 100,000 of the war's veterans were added to the jobless rolls between mid-1969 and mid-1970. That brought the Vietnam veterans' unemployment rate to 6.5 per cent, compared with a national rate of 5 per cent at the time. MANLEY (AP) - The North Central school district in Manley Monday approved a $1,340,000 school bond issue with 68 per cent of the vote. The money will be used to finance a new high school. SPARKS, Nev. (AP) — Eddie M. Bowman, 26, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, died Monday night when his vehicle ran off Interstate 80 and overturned east of Sparks, the Nevada Highway Patrol said. New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) The Birth (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE - Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brotherton of Rochester, N.Y., are parents of a son, James Andrew, born Nov. 15 at Strong Memorial Hospital. He joins two brothers, John and Thomas, and a sister, Susan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton and Mr. and Mrs. August Aquini of East Rochester, N.Y. Mrs. C. W. Brotherton is the great-grandmother. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, Oats No. 2 yellow ..$2.79 .. 1.27 .. .70 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Low Close WHEAT Dec ........................ 172i,j, 169>/4 rtarch .................... 174V2 171% •lay ........................ 173% 171 uly ........................ 162Va 1593,i 3ec. ..' ...................... 1453/8 1431/z March .................... 151i,i 149>/ 2 Way ........................ 154% 153 uly ........................ 157 1551/8 OATS Dec ......................... 80',i March .................... 781/2 172 171 159% 143% 1495/n 153!ii 1551/B 76% 73% May .... "uly SOY BEANS ov 305% an 309 March . 312% SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 79.85 an 79.75 March 79.50 79% 77% 70 i/a 731/4 303 3063/8 31014 79.15 79.00 79.15 79% 77% 761/4 731/4 3031/4 306% 310 i,i 79.15 79.00 79.15 Jury Decides Not to Indict Straight in Tavern Shooting SAC CITY (AP) — The Sac County Grand Jury decided Monday not to file an indictment against George Straight of Carnarvon, who shot a 15-year-old boy earlier this month. The youth was shot following a break-in at Straight's tavern. Straight was sleeping in the tavern and awoke when four youths broke in. He fired several shots at *he youths when they attempted to getaway and wounded one of them. The injured youth, Dean Hanson, 15, of Ida Grove was released from a Sac City hospital Monday. He was immediately charged with breaking and entering. The other youths already have been charged in the incident. stock market, rolling on the momentum generated in Monday's late recovery move, rang up a good gain in quiet trading early this afternoon. Some Wall Street sources said investors' interest was heightened by speculation that further cuts in major interest rates might be impending. However, Paul W. McCracken, chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, hinted in Paris that if the basic U.S. economy begins to expand rapidly, it might force interest rates up as the demand for more funds grew. At noon the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials had gained 4.04 to 764.17. The margin of advances over declines expanded to about 230 among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The upward move spread through the motors, rubber issues, farm implements, aircrafts, electronics, utilities, nonferrous metals, chemicals, oils, tobaccos and drugs. Among big blacks traded on the New York exchange were 51,000 shares of Ford Motor, off % at 48%, and 30,000 shares of Honeywell, up % to 73%. Federal National Mortgage, up Vz at 51%, paced the Big Board's most-active list. Livestock Markets show- BRIDAL SHOWER A miscellaneous bridal ;r honoring Mary Schapman, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schapman of Carroll, was jiven recently in Omaha by Deb Diers and Beth Kanne. Games were played and lunch erved at a table decorated in icr colors. Miss Schapman will wed Jim Macke, son of Leonard Wacke of Carroll, on Nov. 28. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolu- ion is in ithe churchyard of the Old Presbyterian Meetinghouse n Alexandria, Va. 3 Manning Cubs Meet for Cards (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Lisetta Derner was hostes to the October meeting of the Friendship Club. Mary Steen and Ida Joens were guests outside the club. Mrs. Steen was high at cards; Mrs. Joens, second; Ella Steen, third; and Helma Kruse, high bid. Ella Steen will entertain the group in November. Minnie Rix was hostess to the Harfonia Club on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Hilda Fischer and Minnie Reinke were guests. Velma Puck was high; Mrs. Rix, second; Emma Koepke, "low. Betty Ohm will entertain the group in two weeks. Caroline Glark entertained members of the U-Delt-Em Club at her home on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Emma Bartels was high at cards; Emma Dietz, second. Mrs. Dietz will be hostess at the next meeting. For a Professional Solution To Your Insurance Problems MID-IOWA INSURANCE ASSOCIATES Representing 22 Major Companies to handle all your insurance needs. DOES YOUR FARM INSURANCE GO BEYOND YOUR CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Cattle 500; all represented slaughter classes steady; couple loads prime 1,300-1,385 Ib slaugh ter steers yield grade 3 and l . 29.00-29.25; choice 950-1,370 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 27.50-28.25; mixed good and choice 900-1,150 Ibs 27.00-27.50; good 25.75-27.00; few loads and part load choice 875-950 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 2 to 4 26.25-26.75; few lots good 750-850 Ibs 24.00-25.25. Sheep 100; part load choice and prime 100 Ib wooled slaugh- Two Apply for 'Student Abroad' FENCE LINES? There are many things that can happen off your farm premises that could hurt you financially. You could be liable for damages caused by yourself, your employees, or livestock to somebody else's property. Or while you're awoy from home, you or o member of your family may be injured ... or your property lost, stolen or destroyed. 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Elin Jacobsen, AFS student, and Mrs. J. W. Hambleton reported on the AFS weekend at Woodbine. Coming events include an AFS weekend at Sac City, Dec. 18-20, and a tea sponsored by the AFS Chapter at Harlan Sunday, Nov. 22. All interested students and adults are invited to attend this tea. Clarence Wenck was appointed to assist Dr. E. R. Henning in the selection of a home for the AFS student for the 197172 year. Carroll AFS student, Elin Jacobsen, will be available to give speeches after Dec. 1 and until May 1, to any organization or group who is interested in knowing more about Norway. It was also noted that any family is welcome to invite Elin to their home for a social evening and may contact Mrs. Hambleton about this. The chapter's next meeting will be in January. Following adjournment, Mrs. L. A. Wederath presented a travelogue on her recent trip to the Orient. Mrs. Perry served lunch. ter lambs 28.00; shipment good around 100 Ibs 25.00. DES MOINES (AP)—(USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 9,500; trade active, demand good; butchers steady to 25 higher; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs 15.00-16.00, few 16.25, 230-240 Ibs 14.75-15.75; sows steady to 25 higher; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 12.2513.50, 330-400 Ibs 11.75-13.00. SIOUX CITY (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 9,000; trade active, butchers 25 to mostly 50 higher; U.S. 1-3 190-240 Ibs 15.75-16.25; sows steady; U.S. 1-3 330-600 Ibs 12.00-12.50. Cattle 3,000, calves 25; slaughter steers steady to strong, some 25 higher; heifers strong to 25 higher; slaughter steers choice 950-1,250 Ibs 26.25-27.25; slaughter heifers choice 850-1,050 Ibs 25.25-29.00. Sheep 9,000; not established. OMAHA (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 7,500; butchers mostly 50 to 75 higher; 1-3 190-220 Ibs 16.25-16.50; sows steady to 25 higher, 300-600 Ibs 11.25-13.00. Cattle 5,500; calves 100; slaughter steers steedy, slaughter heifers mostly steady; choice steers 26.25-27.25; choice heifers 25.50-26.50. Sheep 900; lambs 50 lower; choice wooled lambs 24.50-25.00; choice shorn lambs 23.00. Changes in U.S. Society Told by Creighton Prof Changes that are taking place in American society today were discussed by the Rev. David Schmidt, S.J., an instructor at Creighton University, Omaha, at the Carroll Rotary Club meeting Monday night at Tony's Restaurant. Fr. Schmidt was introduced by his brother-in-law, John Whaley, who arranged the program. Fr. Schmidt based his talk to a large extent on a book, "Greening of America", written by Prof. Charles Reich of Yale University. Prof. Reich divided society as a whole into three areas: the pre-industrial, the current industrial age and the approaching era which shows a tendency to revert back to the pre-industrial. Among other things, he discussed the influence of television on society, pointing out that it does everything for the viewer, whereas its predecessor, radio, just affected the listener's hearing; he create an image in mind. Guests were Walter Martin, guest of Dr. Guy Jones, and Students Celestina Trinidad, Elin Jacobson, Jeff Jochims and Owen Martin. Deaths, Funerals JAME HARMAN SAC CITY — Funeral services for James Harman, 67, of Sac City, will be held at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home here, with the Rev. R. D. Butler officiating. Burial will be in the Carroll City Cemetery at Carroll. Mr. Harman was owner of a trucking business for many years. He died Nov. 16 at Loring Hospital, Sac City. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Irma Harman of Carroll; a son, had to his own 10 Attend Creative Arts Club in Vail (Time* Herald Newe Service) VAIL — Ten members of the Creative Art's Club met Saturday at the home of Mrs. Angela Henkenius. The afternoon was spent visiting, showing art and playing bingo. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walsh spent Sunday in Ralston, Neb. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walsh and infant daughter. Mrs. Dick Fagan and Louise Byrnes of Vail were in Sioux ity Friday where they visited with Mrs. Mande Slechta at St. Joseph Hospital. Duane Dozark and Joyce 'iper, students of Maryville lollege, spent the weekend with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. tfelvin Dozark and Mr. and Mrs. Crarles Piper of Vail. Rev. Hewett to Speak to CCARC The Rev. William A. Hewett of Glenwood will be the special guest at the November meeting of the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Manning Elementary School Building. Rev. Hewett, who has had experience in building residential homes for mentally retarded, will speak to the association about the plans for a home to be located in the southwest section of Carroll. The interested public and county officials are invited to attend. Reorganization of Templeton, Eden Area to Be Discussed The Eden and Templeton School District reorganization will be discussed sometime after the first of the year, County Superintendent Lyle 0. Tenold announced at the County Board of Education meeting Monday evening. The Board will next meet Dec. 14 instead James Frank of Kan.; a daughter, Wellsville, Mrs. Gary of their regularly meeting, Dec. 21. scheduled * Congress (Continued From Page 1) 'Mods' Schedule Recreation Training Glen Thompson, Iowa State 4-H Camping Center Director and Recreation Specialist, will give recreation training to the Carroll County Mod Squad (older 4-H groups) from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, at Holy Spirit Auditorium, according to Mike Halbur, chairman of the organization. The purpose of the program is to give leadership training in recreation that older 4-H members can use in small groups. All 4-H groups of high school age are invited to attend. The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperature* Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 52 Yesterday's low At 7 a.m. today . At 10 a.m. today ..23 30 42 IOWA FORECAST Decreasing cloudiness Tues- FAIR day night, lows in low 3( Wednesday generally fair and cool, highs upper 40s east to low 50s west. Weather A Year Age- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 53; the low, 27 degrees. Hansen Family in Nebraska Home (Times Herald Newe Service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hansen and family were Sunday visitors in the Duane Hansen home in Atkinson, Neb. Mrs. Lisetta Derner returned home Sunday from spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. lona Carter in Clinton. Mrs. Carter brought her home. Misses Verna and Viola Karstens attended a meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma Society in Grinnell during the weekend. Spec. 5 and Mrs. Gary Knueven of Fort Huachuca, Ariz, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knueven, coming to Manning for the funeral of Spec. 5 Knueven's grandfather, Henry Arp. million budget request for the current fiscal year was slashed by one-third in Congress, and bhat reduced funding was blocked when President Nixon vetoed the multifaceted "independent agencies" appropriation. Train hopes to get the full request when Congress reconsiders the bill. Seme constrvatien specialists who had high hopes for the council when it was created last January are seriously concerned about these handicaps. Considering its money and manpower problems, the Council has turned in a great deal of work in its first 9 months. Its first major task was the writing of a first-ever report on fche state of the environment—a project, says Train, which "created a massive demand on our tune." By the time the report was published in August, the council had received more than 70 environmental impact studies, and by the end of October they were flawing in at the rate of four a day. "Since the annual report," Train said, "the legisJative program has been our major staff priority." In between those tasks, the council has issued guidelines for preparation of the impact studies; aided in creating a new antipellutien agency EPA and an ocean-Mmo- sphere agency NOAA and contributed te proposals en a bewildering variety ef pressing national problems. If conservationists seem disappointed, it may be largely the disappointment of learning the council is not the public spokesman they thought it would be. "Our role," Train emphasized, "is as advisers to the President." "The development ef ttrong legislative programs in the field of environment, I feel, is perhaps the most significant role that this council can have," said Train. To fulfill it, he said, "you have to have a close working relationship. And if your primary role is one of public critic, it seems to me it's hard to maintain the other role." Scheuermann of Woodward; six grandchildren; two stepsons, Earl Babbe of A11 a n t i c and David Babbe of Minneapolis; and two stepgrandchildren. JASON LEE HART (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Funeral rites for Jason Lee Hart, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hart of Manning, were held at 9:30 a.m. on Monday morning, Nov. 16, at the Baptist Church in Fiscus, with burial in Merrill's Grove Baptist Cemetery near Fiscus. Rev. Owen Werett of Fiscus and Rev. Lester Williams of Manning officiated. The baby, who was born Oct. 11, 1970 at Harlan, was found dead in his crib Sunday morning, Nov. 15. The baby is survived by his father and mother, the former Donnella Mickelson, brothers Rick and Timmy; and sisters, Brenda and a twin, Jill Marie; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hart, Harlan; Mr. and Mrs. Normal Mickelson, Hamlin; his great-grandmother, Mrs. Carl Mickelsen, and an aunt, Mrs. Howard Dahlof of Walnut MRS. ANNA M. GERKEN ARCADIA — Final rites were held here Monday for Mrs. Anna M. Gerken, 83, of Arcadia, who died Nov. 13 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. Concelebrating the requiem mass at 10:30 in St. John's Church were the Rev. C. A. Ahmann, pastor of the church; the Revs. Robert Leiting of Sioux City and Anthony Pick of Emmetsburg. Pallbearers were Lawrence Dentlinger, Norbert Vonnahme, Albert Vetter, George Mooney, Art Bruch and Ivan Schrad. A large membership of the Christian Mothers formed an honor guard at the church. Interment was in the parish cemetery. Arrangements were in charge of the Twit Funeral Home, Carroll. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Lismore and Worthington, Minn.; Rock Island, in.; Arcadia, Carroll, Willey, Breda, Des Moines, Lamont, Independence, New Varina, Cedar Rapids, Vail, Lidderdale, and Alton. Westside, Fonda, Clarinda, Corning Clergy Agree on Christian Unity Week The Carroll Clergy Group, meeting Monday noon at Tony's Restaurant, came to a common understanding that each of the individual churches would emphasis the Week of Christian Unity, Jan. 18 to 25, 1971. Those attending the luncheon meeting were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. B. Karhoff, the Revs. Thomas M. Donahoe, Maxine Rogers, Theodore H. Kampman and Allan M. Peterson, chairman. Their next meeting will be Jan. 12. SCHEDULE CHANGED Unemployment insurance claims service will not, be available at the Iowa Employment Security Office in Carroll on Thursday, Nov. 26. Service is normally provided in Carroll each Thursday between 9:30 a.m. and noon, but because of the Thanksgiving day holiday the schedule has been changed to Tuesday, Nov. 24, between 9:30 a.m. and noon. This change in schedule applies only to the one week, and thereafter the service will again be provided on Thursdays.
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