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Deaths, Funerals '9 JAMES D. BROWN Final rites for James D. Brown, 54, of Carroll were held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Sharp Funeral Home. Officiating was the Rev. D. Merle Hill, minister of the First Methodist Church. Pallbearers were George K r u s e, Clifford McCarville, Waldo Mc- Lukes to Spend Winter in West (Ttmeg Herald News Service) LAKE CITY-Mr. and Mrs. Ray Luke have gone to Long Beach, Calif., for the winter. Mrs. Faye Cenk and children of Omaha spent last weekend here with Mrs. Cenk's mother, Mrs. John Montgomery. Mrs, Elsie Garrett left Monday for Fullerton, Calif., to spend this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brittain left Monday for Denver, Colo., after visiting here for several days with Mrs. Brittain's brother . in - law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McClelland. The Brittain's, who have been living in Laurel, Md., are locating in Denver. Mrs. Brittain is the former Helen Derby of Lake City. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low. Pr. Albany, cloudy 38 31 .07 Albuquerque, clear 65 34 .... Atlanta, clear 65 42 .... Bismarck, cloudy .... 41 22 .... Boise, rain 40 28 .07 Boston, rain „ 49 34 .29 Buffalo, rain, 40 35 .32 Chicago, cloudy 44 39 .... Cincinnati, cloudy .... 48 39 .... Cleveland, rain 44 38 .05 Denver, clear 56 26 .... Des Moines, clear .. 47 33 .... Detroit, rain 42 35 .08 Fairbanks, snow 22 -2 .02 Fort Worth, clear .... 71 41 .... Helena, cloudy 48 21 .... Honolulu, cloudy 82 69 „.. Indianapolis, cloudy. 46 39 .... Jacksonville, clear ..77 54 .... Juneau, cloudy 38> 28 .... Kansas City, clear ..54 40 .... Los Angeles, cloudy 74 59 .... Louisville, clear 53 41 .... Memphis, clear 61 41 .... Miami, clear 77 68 .01 Milwaukee, clear .... 45 38 .04 Mpls.-St. P., clear .. 42 33 .... New Orleans, clear ..74 58 .... New York, clear 50 36 .17 Okla. City, clear 62 40 .... Omaha, cloudy 48 27 .... Philadelphia, clear 57 36 ,18 Phoenix, clear 84 49 .... Pittsburgh, snow 42 36 .01 Ptlnd, Me., rain 40 30 .10 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 53 42 .04 Rapid City, cloudy .. 49 20 .... Richmond, clear ..:... 66 32 .... St. Louis, clear 51 34 .... Salt Lk. City, cloudy 63 27 ... San Diego, clear 73 60 ... San Fran., cloudy .... 68 59 .... Seattle, cloudy 51 47 .... Tampa, clear 75 64 .... Washington, clear .. 63 44 .02 Minimee, Clifford Peters, Ray Broich and David Green. Interment was in the Carroll City Cemetery, where military honors were given by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 and "Taps" was played on the trumpet by Sam Perschau, Kuemper High School student. Legionnaires participating included Clifford Bierl, sergeant-at-arms; Dale Bernholtz, William Stickrod, Robert Kloser, John Ragaller and Leon Oswald. Mr. Brown, who was employed by Hallett Construction Company of Boone, died Nov. 14 at his home at 807 N o r t h Court Street. MRS. LAURA THEDE Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Frances Katherine Thede, 76, of 1120 North Court Street, Carroll, were held at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Paul Lutheran Church here, with interment in the Carroll City Cemetery. The Rev. Harold W. Kieck officiated at the rites. Mrs. Victor Jons was organist and also accompanied Mrs. Kieck and Mrs. A. A. Henning as they sang two duets, "Asleep in Jesus" and "My Faith Looks Up to Thee". Pallbearers were Kenneth Schwarzenbach, Lynn Farrell, Lyle Rungee, Melvin Ortner, Telford Anson and Merr i 11 Bohnenkamp. Arrangements were in charge of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home, Carroll. Mrs. Thede, a resident of Carroll since 1927, died Nov. 15 at St. Anthony Hospital after a year's Illness. MRS. MABEL ANKENBAUER DEDHAM — Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel I. Ankenbauer, 82, of Dedham will be held at 2 p.m. here Tuesday in the Methodist Church. The Rev. Andrew Stewart-Morris of Manning will officiate, and burial will be in the Dedham Cemetery. Mrs. Ankenbauer died Saturday morning, Nov. 18, at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. Friends may call at the Mason Funeral Home in Coon Rapids. The casket will be taken to the church in Dedham for viewing from 11 a.m. Tuesday until ithe hour of the rites. Mrs. Ankenbauer was a longtime resident of the Dedham community and was the widow of Fred Ankenbauer, who died in December, I960! She was born June 21, 1885, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Street Harvey. She is survived by one son, Bernard Ankenbauer of Dedham; seven grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Pomeroy, Boone; Mrs. Lottie Ankenbauer, Des Moines; and Mrs. Jessie Hughes, Templeton; and two brothers, Willard' Harvey, Des Moines, and Raymond Harvey of California. New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - A fairly steady performance by the stock market last week lent hope to those who have been waiting for a turnaround from the steep decline which began in late September. It was the second straight week that the market had more or less held its ground. Analysts saw it as still groping for a base from which to mount a worhwhile year-end rally. But there was no general conviction that the long slide had actually reached bottom. "In the week just ended, The Associated Press average of 60 stocks gained one-half of a point at 310.7. The Dow Jones industrial average declined .70 to 862.11. During the week, however, the Dow industrials rebounded from the 848-850 area which had been tested for the first time in the previous week. That support level began to look stronger as it survived repeated tests. The question is whether the market will continue a recovery movement, or perhaps fall below the support line which has been holding. If this happens, a decline to the 820-830 zone is looked for by those who study market charts. Of 1,631 issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, 794 declined and 712 advanced — not a decisive margin. Volume for the week was 51,129,020 shares compared with 41,819,850 for the prior week, cut to four trading days by election day. Perhaps the most encouraging feature of the financial week was a new firmness in the bond market. Weakness in bonds had brought about a corresponding increase in their rate of yields, making stock yields look small in comparison. As in 1966, the interest rate situation has been the worst enemy of stock prices. The week's trading was mixed but the momentum of a rally Thursday carried through into Friday. The market was able to weather a statement by Chairman William McChesney Martin on Wednesday that credit controls are in prospect unless the tax increase is put into effect. Bond prices rode a roller- coaster the past week. U.S. Steel called off its announced $225 million issue, pulling bond prices up from their lows at the week's opening. Later, prices drifted lower. Investors' interest in corporate bonds perked up markedly with higher corporate yields. 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LOCKERS and DAIRY Phon. 2440 CARROLL'S ONLY HOME OWNED MILK DISTRIBUTORS Times Herald, Caroll, la. »r Saturday, Nov. 18, 1967 / Annual Veterans' Banquet is Held (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - The annual veterans' banquet of the American Legion Was served Saturday evening at the Legion Hall by members of the Legion Auxiliary, with Mrs. Eugene Schatz, Auxiliary president, as general chairman. High school vocalists gave excerpts from "Carousel" before dinner. Eugene Schatz was master of ceremonies for the banquet. Vietnam veterans Kenneth Venteicher, Merlin and LorreU Borkowski, were special guests at the dinner and were introduced by Commander Loyd Borkowski. Robert Tank, VFW Commander, was presented to the group. Mr. Schatz, post vice commander, gave the membership report of 169 as of Nov. 11. The birthday song was sung for Hans Musfeldt, the post's oldest member. The 50th wedding anniversary of John J o e n s, a member, was recognized. Joe Horbach, a past commander of the post, who has been disabled for some time due to illness, was present at the dinner. Paul Petersen of Fort Madison was a guest of Clarus Heithoff. Mrs. Orville Hlrue was hostess to the Homemakers Club Wednesday, with Mrs. Lillian Mohr and Mrs. Margaret Hinze as guests. The meeting opened with a hymn. Roll call was answered by telling what the member was thankful for, using her initials. A Thanksgiving poem was read by Lois Frahm. The birthday song was sung for Hermanetta Tank, Erna Muhlbauer and Lois Hinners. Marjorie .Stribe and Lois Hinners gave a lesson on "Small Appliances." Dorothy Schrum supervised entertainment and awarded prizes. Mrs. Vetter received the hostess gift. The club's Dec. 13 meeting will be at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dennis Ramsey. Following the meeting, members filled boxes of sweets for Roger and Jim Hansen, Dennis Vetter and Russell Stribe, sons of members who are now serving in the armed forces. * Governor (Continued From Page 1) boardedi the plane in Springfield. He was attending ceremonies with Illinois Gov. Otto Kerner and Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan. The plane developed engine trouble in the.vicinity of Moline. The engine caught fire and dropped into a cornfield 3% miles southwest of Atkinson, HI. The fire also damaged the landing gear. The pilot flew to a Peoria airport and circled for more than an hour before d ciding to fly to the Air Force base near Rantoul. The plane circled Chanute Air Force Base for nearly an hour while emergency equipment started to cover the runway with foam. Air Force officials called helicopters from Bunker Hill Air Force Base, Ind., to help with the foaming. The plane was scheduled to land after their arrival. However, the pilot decided not to wait for the helicopters and executed what the Air Force termed a-"perfect landing." Air Force spokesman reported the governor,his wife, and nine military personnel on the plane were "fine." The plane landed with almost five hours fuel remaining in its tanks. Church Notes Arrangements have been completed for a three-day convention of Jehovah's Witnesses at Cooper Dec. 8, 9, and 10. Darrell Coleman, presiding minister of the Lake City congregation said local delegates will join 14 other congregations from western Iowa for the weekend Bible educational event. The meeting will be held at the Cooper grammer school. The convention program, "Walking Orderly by Spirit," is taken from the Bible at Galatians 5:25 and will emphasize the importance of understanding and applying Bible laws and principles' in daily life". Featured speaker for the convention will be J. B. Wengart of New York City, district supervisor for Jehovah's Witnesses in the midwest. On Sunday, Dec. 10 at 3 p.m. he will address the meeting on the subject "Will God Intervene in Men's Affairs?", Around 500 delegates are expected for the event. All meetings are open to the public. Local delegates taking part on the program are Hugh Arthur and Darrell Coleman. * Romney (Continued From Page 1) It was made in Detroit's Veterans Memorial building where —in the same room—Romney launched his political career as a gubernatorial candidate less than six years ago. Romney wasted no time In getting into action. After his announcement, which followed a breakfast meeting with 600 Republicans from Michigan, Romney returned to the meeting and made a strong pitch for an open housing law in Michigan. TnelThe hurried into the first acknowledged campaign strategy meeting with top aides from Lansing and Washington, where campaign offices have been humming for months. "The richest nation on earth is in a fiscal mess," Romney said in his announcement. "We are mired in an Asian land war which drains our resources and sacrifices our young men with no end in sight. We are becoming a house divided." "The crime rate mounts and over half the major crimes are committed by teen-agers," he added. "We have begun to see acceptance of irresponsibility as a way of life. There is a growing aimlessness and flabbiness in our American life." A Republican president is needed, Romney said, "to build a new America," and leadership is needed to "again elevate religion and morality to their posi tion of paramount importance." Romney told scores of newsmen after his announcement that the No. 1 plank in his campaign platform will be "leadership and the re-establishment of truth and morality in America." He also said he would remain in office as governor while campaigning. Painting President Johnson as a man who, regardless of his intentions, is creating Increasing government control over American lives, Romney said many of the nation's ills result from "unfulfilled promises, false optimism, and lack of candor." Defending his open housing proposals, which are in jeopardy in the Michigan Legislature became GOP lawmakers fear voter disapproval if they vote for the bills, Romney asked Republicans at the meeting after announcement if they meant what they said in the Pledge of Allegiance. "Or do we think that means 'one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all—except Negroes, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, Indians, and a few other minority groups?" he asked. "I say to you in all solemn- ness and realism—that most Negroes are sitting, waiting to see if we mean what we say in America, or whether they've got to have a national war of liberation in America," Romney said. * Kennedy (Continued From Page 1) spectable showing. The thing he will have to meld with are frustrations with the President's domestic programs. If the MintMiotan can do that, they do not discount th* possibility that h* could talc* away from Johnson somo New York state convention delegates, chosen in primaries. This would mean a split delegation for Kennedy to head at the nominating convention. Although President Johnson said Friday he doesn't know what McCarthy plans to do anid "I am not sure he knows what he plans to do," Democratic colleagues say the Minnesota senator has left no doubt in their minds that he will enter at least four primaries. Robert Kennedy is only one of several war critics likely to be embarrassed by a McCarthy campaign. The word has gone to Johnson strategists, for example, that Sen. Edward M. Kennedy hopes he won't be asked to run as a favorite son for the President in Massachusetts, where McCarthy has indicated a primary entry. Sen. 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