Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 21, 1967 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 21, 1967
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Daily Record Court House Jew Vehicles Registered— Elden J. Schroeder, Manning, :hevrolet pick-up; Gary L. Halbur, Halbur, Chevrolet; LeRoy Haberl, Carroll, Chevrolet; and Arthur J. Baumhover, Carroll, Dodge. Sheriff's Office |Tool Theft— Investigation was continuing jMonday in the reported theft of la quantity of electrical appliance tools from a Coast-to-Coast [store panel truck over the week- lend. The tools were taken from [a truck parked in the ally be- Ihind the Coast-to-Coast Store I located at 512 North Adams J Street in Carroll. Items reported stolen included electric drills in one-half inch, three- eighths inch and one-quarter inch size, two leather tool pouches including screw drivers and wire cutters, a one-half inch drill bit set, Irwin micro- dial expansion bit, and a transistor radio. The tools were believed stolen either Saturday night or Sunday, Elmer Fried- I man, proprietor said. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Marty J. Eich, Templeton Carmen Collison, Carroll Mrs. Ruth LiecMi, Arcadia Dismissals- Mrs. Matthew Goetzinger and baby, Carroll Margaret Nelson, Exira Mike Schultes, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Vincent' J. Gross, Carroll, a son, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Neil C.. Ludwig Carroll, a son, Monlay : MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Dismissal, Nov. 18— Peter Linster, Odebolt Admissions, Nov. 19— Merlin King, Coon Rapids Virgil Seyller, Templeton CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMO RIAL HOSPITAL, Denisen Admissions, Nov. 17— Miss Alice Richards, Denison Mrs. Anna Coburn, Denison Clarence Schillerberg, son Deni Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1967 Mrs. Patrick Houston, Deni- ion Mrs. Janice Hollander, Charter Oak Laird Vergith, Vail Dismissals, Nov. 17— Brent Bruhn, Denison David Baker, Denison Cathy Gessman, Manilla Mrs. Edward Kloewer, Denison Mrs. Hans Trulsen, Denison Mrs. Anna Thiedeman, Denison Birth, Nov. 17— Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Houston, Denison, a daughter Admissions, Nov. 18— Natalie N. Schultz, Schleswig Carl J. Wilken, Denison Mrs. Arthur Lutz, Denison Burdell Friedrichsen, Denison Frances E. Gluckstadt, Denison Mrs. Dorothy Schultz, Denison Paul Argotsinger, Arion Dismissals, Nev. 18— Mrs. Robert Byers and baby, Schleswig Thomas J. Powers, Earling Lawrence Servoss, Denison Carl J. Stender, Denison John Bahnsen, Denison Mrs. Larry Halbur, Denison Mrs. M a r 1 y c e Schraeder, Denison Admissions, Nov. 19— James L. Clark, Vail Mrs. Lenora Hansen, Denison Roberta L. Gaylor, Midwestern College Mrs. Beryl R. Admire, Denison- Douglas Skarin, Kiron Mrs. Jessie Hennings, Ricketts Emma Berendes, Schleswig Mrs. Faith Rarinells, Dunlap Thomas L. Ehrichs, Denison Douglas Gillette, Denison Dismissals, Nov. 19— Mrs. Charles Benjamin and baby, Dunlap Mrs. Warren Seeley, Dunlap Mrs. Vernon Natzel, Denison OMAHA — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stilwill, Omaha, a second son, Tuesday, at Archbishop B e r g a n Hospital, Omaha. Mrs. Stilwill is the former J e a n i n e Madigan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ?l Jordanians, Israelis Duel Across River TEL AVIV (AP) - Israeli jet ard Madigan of Carroll and fighter-bombers attacked Jorda- Judge and Mrs. C. F. Stilwill ni an positions on the east bank of Sioux City. Mrs. Laura Wie- of the Jordan River today for land of Carroll is the great- the first time since the Arab-Is- grandmother. Carroll Markets GRAIN raeli war in June. Jordan claimed two Israeli planes were shot down and said the pilot of the first one bailed Oats .70 Soybeans, No. 2 $2.46 out and was killed. It did not Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.00 say how. Israel admitted the loss of one of its French Mysteres and said the pilot bailed out over Jordanian territory. The Israeli Army also announced that one Israeli was 149 if killed and one wounded by Jor- Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Low 13:30 WHEAT Dec 14414 143% March _ 150V4 149% May 154 152% July^ 154V 2 153% * Crash (Continued From Page 1) Two Killed in Waterloo WATERLOO (AP) - Two field past a man and when we went on there was a man carrying a child from the burning wreckage of the plane," Dickmann said. ... . , A Monday night. He said both men were badly Po i ice sald Peggy Ann Mu i lell| Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hog prices were 25 cents a higher at the Stockyards Tuesday In fairly active trade. Receipts of hogs totaled 5,500 head. Mixed 1-2 butchers weighing hurt but told him to go on and 20 Waterloo was fatally in- 19 ° *• 22S P° und * sold at 18.25 help the others. jured when she apparently to 1 . 9 - 00 and around 350 head Dickmann said a survivor told stepped into the path of a car at Scalil1 9 20 ° tof 215 pounds him he thought it was just a a downtown intersection. The brou 9 nt * ne ** a y'« top of 19.25 hard landing at first but then girl died in a hospital about to 19<5 °- Mtxe d l-3« weighing "the ceiling collapsed on my four hours later. Officers identi- 22 ° *> 240^pounds_went at 17.50 wife and then the plane burst fied the driver of the car as to 18<50> 850 to 1,000 pound kinds brought 25.25 t* 26.25. The small supply of wooled slaughter lambs on hand was steady and sheep receipts totaled 100 he*a. A couple of lots of choice and primn 90 to 110 pound wooled slaughter^. . lambs sold at 23.00 to 24.00. .~ CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) — Z 5,500; butchers 25 into flames." Michael Dennis Stewart, 19, 370 to 400 pounds brought 15.00 to 15.25. 2-3 260-290 Ibs sows steady; 1-3 ; 370-400 Ib sows 15.00-15.25; 2-3 heifers 450-500 Ibs 14.00-14.50. 143 % Dec. March 112 !' 8 117 May 120',4 July 122% OATS Dec .-. 71Vi March 7114 May - 71 July 69% BYE Dec 114% March 119 May 122 July 123% SOY BEANS Jan 267',4 March 271% May 275'4 SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 72.90 Jan 73.40 March _ 74.20 112% 116% 119% 122 Vi 70% 70 Vj 69 ',<; 113V2 118 120% 122% 266 270 V* 274% 72.35 72.90 73.80 112 % 116% 119% 122% S* 70% 69% 113% danian shelling. It claimed six Jordanian tanks and one mored car destroyed. Amman Radio said the Jorda- McKay said the plane was Waterloo. making a routine instrument ap-i Gary Lee Chapman, 16, Wat-' Slaughter steer and proach. An airport spokesman erloo, was killed in a two-car prices were steady and cattle Cattle 2,500; calves none; said there had been no indica- accident at a residential inter- receipts totaled 2,500 head. A trading on all slaughter class- tion from the pilot of any trou- section. Officers said he was a load ef prime 1,325 pound es steady; load prime 1,325 Ib ble. passenger in. a car driven by slaughter steers sold at 28.50 slaughter steers 28.50;' high The cause of the crash was his father, Fred, 55. They said while high choice and prime choice and prime 1,150-1,300 Ibs not determined. the youth was thrown from the 1,150 to 1,300 pound weights 27.50-28.00; choice 950-1,300 Ibs nians lost only one military ve- A part of the tail of the plane auto - commanded 27.50 to 28.00 and yield grade 2 to 4 26.50-27.50; ar- was about all that remained of The elder Chapman and the choice 950 to 1,300 pound kinds load prime 950 Ib slaughter heif- the jet. driver of the other car, Gary went at 26 - 50 to 27 - 50 - A load ers 26.35; choice 850-1,000 Ibs The plane's pilot, Capt. Lee Iverson, 22, Waterloo, es- °* P rime 95 ° P°und slaughter yield 2 to 4 25.25-26.25. Charles L. Cochran, 45, was list- caped serious injury, officials heifers went at 26.35 but choice 121 hide and there were no casual- ed as a resident of Spring Hill, said, ties to Jordanian personnel. It Kan. and a veteran Marine claimed Israeli tanks and other Corps pilot. He had been flying equipment were set ablaze, two i commercial lines since 1952. 122% Israeli gun positions were de- and most of their per- 266V 270% 274% 72 40 New York Stocks sonnel were killed. ' Amman said King Hussein, 72:90 now in London, was in constant telephone contact with his brother, Crown Prince Hassan, until the fighting stopped, and NEW YORK (AP) — Noon that Jordan's delegate to the stock quotations Tuesday: AlliedCh 38% AlliedStrs 37 The first officer was listed as Robert Moyers, 33, of Overland Park, Kan. The accident came just two weeks after another TWA plane crashed at the airport when it failed to make its takeoff. One . woman died afterward but her P a ,,. Light Snow is Predicted By The Associated Press * Guard (Continued From Page 1) ahroud1 Iowa early Tuesday Robert L. Gamrath of Fairfield will be assistant commander of the 47th Division. The Iowa guard will be re- 71 to 61 Mrs. Denison Clifford Christiansen, Birth DES MOINES Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cota, 5401 South 18th St., Des Moines, a son at Mercy Hospital, Des Moines. Mrs. Cota is the former Mary Winn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Winn of Carroll. Am Can AmChain AmHome Am Mot AmSmelt Am Std AmSugar Am T&T Am Tob Anaconda Armour Atchison Atl Rich Avco Be? Ber. Beth Stl 49% 37 7 /a 53% 11% 66% 25% 29% SlVz 31% 45% 33 27 95% '•% /8 32Vs Int T&T 113 Interst P 21% la E1L&P 23% Iowa 111 G 25V4 KG P&L 31% Kn'cott 41% Krsge SS 77 7 /s Leh PrtC 11% Loch Air 49% Martin Maytag M'dith Mobil M Wrd Morrell Ntl D'ry Nat Gyp NY Cent N Am Rk 35 47% United Nations had been instructed to inform U.N. members of the battle. 19 7 /s 37Vs 27 Promoted by Iowa Patrol DES MOINES (AP) - Capt. M. W. (Jack) Beaman was named Tuesday to the third^1™ highest uniformed post on the Iowa Highway Patrol. Beaman, 43, currently head of Districts 5, 6 and 7 in northwest Iowa, will be promoted to major Wednesday and sworn in as 2nd assistant chief of the patrol. The announcement was made Chrysler 53% Phill Pet 57 5 /s .by Col. Howard Miller, patrol That is why analysts now insist that foreign bills must be paid, that the United States 40 7 / 8 68* Bo'ng Air 87% N Nat G Borden 32 1 /* Penney CaseJI 15 1 /* Pep Cola 62 38% CollinsRa 89% Proct G 83V4 Con Edis 32V4 CornProd 38V 2 Qk Oats RCA 80 3 /4 57 7 / 8 chief. A native of Clarke County, Hopeville in Beaman has Curtis Wr 26V4 Rey Tob 40 t been a member of the patrol 18 deere 52V4 duPont 152V4 East Kod 1347s Eltra Cp 33 Fairmont 16 7 /s FooteMin 26% Ford Mot 50% Fruehauf 38 7 /s GmbleSk 27V 8 Safewy 21 7 /s years. He previously served in Sear Rob. 56Va Atlantic, Winterset, Dubuque, Sher'tn 25% l.Iount Pleasant, Ottumwa arid Sinclr Oil 65 7 /s Fort Dodge. Since 1966 he has Sou Pac 27% made his home in Alta. Std Brds 33% Beaman will fill a vacancy S Oil Gal 57% created in April with the eleva- S Oil Ind 51V4 tion of Col. Miller to chief. Col. S Oil NJ Gen Elec 103V4 Sunray GenFds Gen Mot Gen PCm GenT&El Goodrich 66 79 13 44V4 68 Goodyear 45V4 Gt WestS 43% G'hound 21% Hershey I.C.Ind IBM Int Harv 26. 63V4 613% 33% Int Resist 50% Int Salt 40% Swift Co Texaco Textron TRW Un Elec Un Pac Uniroy Uni Air L Unit Air US Steel WUTel Westg El W'wrth NEW YORK (AP) 64% 35% 30% 78% 45V4 90 22% 377/s 43% 64% 82 4iy 8 30% 75% 25.% The James Machholz is first assistant chief. Beaman will be sworn in the office of State Safety Commis- ioner Jack Fulton. Are we foolish to sell it? In pur business you expect to see a watch customer quite a few times. : For one thing, he'll need a couple of adjustments. And sooner or later some service. In the process of coming in, he 11 be a customer tor some of your other wares. The trouble with this idea is that if he's heard about the Accutron® timepiece he might wonder about all this coming back. , . , . The Accutron timepiece has no balance wheel, no hairspring, no mainspring. No big collection of mechanical parts that make a watch run fast or slow. It's an electronic timepiece, not a watch. Time is kept by a tiny tuning fork that splits each second into 360 equal parts. (A standard baance wheel splits a second into only 5.) And this time is accurate withi n 60 seconds a month .* Two seconds a day. This timepiece could put us out of the watch fixing business. There'd be nothing left to our <§> Old-fuhioncd balance wheel Accunon tuning fork business except things you don't have to keep bringing back. Is that foolish? fommwufy. stock market rebounded today, wiping out all the losses taken in the Monday decline. Trading was heavy. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 8.84 at 866.62. An hour before it was up 10.23, but traders took some profits. Gains outnumbered losses by about 4 to 1. Some of the high-priced growth stocks make multipoint gains. Polaroid, which announced a 2-for-l stock split and dividend boost, spurted 10 points. IBM snapped back 14 points, Xerox 5, Control Data 4 and Occidental Petroleum 4. The rally actually was a continuation of the recovery drive from the low point reached in Monday's scare selling triggered by devaluation of 'the British pound and by interest rate increase in Britain and the United States. Although the Monday'market ended lower, a strong recovery drive was under way and its momentum carried through to Tuesday. The most important news factor in the recovery, brokers said, was the move by Wilbur D Mills, D-Ark., chairman of the House Ways and Means Com mittee, to call a hearing Nov 28 to consider a new adminis tration and cost-cutting pack age. JEWELRY 503 N. Adams, Phone 2878 — Carroll, Iowa »c-utron by Bulova Irom $125. See out complete selection. , Mil adjust timekeeping lo this tolerant, il necessity. Guannte. H lof ont»«»«. RECOVERING J. E. Wilson of Lanesboro is recovering well from major sur gery performed Monday a Methodist Hospital in Roches ter, Minn., his son, Jerry Wilson who is with him, reported Tues day. Mr. Wilson's address Weber (Continued From Page 1) ion. Smith said the tax commission's reports do raise "some imponderables." The state auditor said not all of the $5.3 million decline in sales tax, for the first nine months of this year as compared with the same period a ar ago, can be attributed to a one-tome windfall. The change of collections for sales tax would have affectec the months of January, Febru ary, March and April and pos sibly May. This means there are no adjustments for change in collection procedures for the months of June, July and Au gust. The reports show there was a decline of $602,450 .in June o 1967, as compared to June o 1966, a decline of $724,450 irr August, and an increase of $1.2 million in July for a net de crease for the three months o $121,818. Sydnes said he can think o "no valid reason" why June o 1967 should not be comparable to June of 1966. He contends there is no wa> of telling, on the basis of rec ords supplied by the tax com mission, as to exactly what th windfall was for both the income tax and sales tax. Smith said tax commission chairman Earl Burrows, Jr., "may not have been aware that he was actually commenting on his own reports when he made the statement to the press that the audit report was misleading." Smith concluded that as state auditor it is his responsibility to "... give such information ... as may be deemed of advantage and to the best interests of the taxpayers of the state . . ." The state auditor said he in- eath was not connected direct- ^ nd . 1 !^ ht , s . now was pred ! ct , ed : y with the plane crash. The new infantry brigade at Freezing drizzle was reported in B oone will be under the com- northeastern counties during mand O f Minnesota's 47th Infan- the morning. try Division. Afternoon highs were to be "Although there is an adjust- from the middle 30s northeast me nt in strength and a reduc- to the upper 40s southwest under tion in units, our plans are to cnoc „„**•„„ ^niio !„ «,« cloudy skies ' Occasional ]i & ht locate units in every communi- seas, putting dollars in the snow^was likety overmuch of ty that now has a National zi L i_ , i ii_ _!_„ Guard unit," Gen. Miller said. Devaluation (Continued From Page 1) hands of those who can test our the gt ate later in the day- contention that our money is worth its weight in gold. Overnight lows in the 20s were predicted, compared with read- McNamara announced a 19,000 - man increase in Guard o j oc * n v _j. strength nationally a matter of ,Spencerand35atBurhngton.| week * ago m \er said Iowa must stop the outflow of gold' Partl y cloudy skies were fore-1 gained 281 men under this order and dollars, and that it must p 3 ^ ^W^esday. ^ a warm- an( i the additional manpower is >ring dollars home by correct- ng its trade imbalance. , It is why, also, that critics of fiscal policy insist that the domestic economy must be put in order. If inflation is permitted to run away, then I U. S. goods could be priced out of world markets. was to move into \ included in the state reorganize- northwestern counties, spreading over the state Thanksgiving i Day. | DES MOINES (AP) - Here Highs Monday were between are some of the major unit 32 at Dubuque and 49 at Lamoni.: changes in the Iowa National Guard announced Tuesday: Headquarters of the 224th Engineer Battalion moved from Cedar Rapids to Fairfield with inclusion of armored units at Moun Pleasant, Burlington, nursery for children will be Centerville and Keokuk. Artillery units at Perry and Jefferson become part of 234th * Thanksgiving (Continued From Page 1) To correct such problems is easy in theory, but with large K ristee Evans. An attended foreign aid commitments and a nur {or children wiu costly war m Vietnam, the dol- id £ d duri fe seryice _ lar flow persists. At home, mfla- r ° tion also persists in the absence Businesses and offices will of taxes and less government observe Thanksgiving Day with Signal Battalion, Des Momes. Rev. Louis B. Anthofer Carroll—Age 84 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home starting at 2:00 p. m. Monday. ' The casket will be taken to St. Joseph Church, Dedharry Iowa at 3:00 p. m. Tuesday. Rosary: 3:00 p. m. Tuesday at St. Joseph Church. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday at St. Joseph Church. 4th Degree Knights of Columbus Honor Guard 7:30 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. Tuesday. Office of The Dead: 10:30 a. m. Wednesday. Pontifical Requiem High Mass! 11:00 a. m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Church. Pontificating: His Excellency Joseph M. Mueller, Bishop of Sioux City. Interment: St. Joseph Cemetery. SHARP FUNERAL HOMI Serving Carroll 27 Years Carroll, Iowa spending. a general closing, as recom- .. .. , . , ... mended by the Carroll Cham• \ A T lose « eo "' lden " ber of Commerce. The Carroll th ? Collar as well as in the Wi ]ib wiu dose at 6 pound, then the entire value re- Wednesday preparatory to lationship of currencies would f he holid Th £ £ ostFoffice > will be disputed Confidence would be closed all da £ and no win . evaporate. Chaos would reign. dow service will * be provided . Trade would slow depressing!^. ^^ win a]so be no city or In the meantime, some omi- rural de ii v eries. However, reg- nous effects already are appear- ' ular holid lock . box Servic5e ing in the U.S. economy. As a ial deli will be * result of an imperfect fiscal pol- ^^ Mail will b * collected icy and because of Britain's - - problems, America's interest rates are soaring to century- high levels. High rates in the United States might entice investments and dispatched as usual. BROWNIES MAKE TOUR Brownie Troop 124, 91 . to remain in this country; but 21 8 irls . fr01 ? sec ° n ^ ' , arid high rates, maintained for a de , long period of time, can slow School business expansion also. , T F 1 ' me " tary The Daily Times Herald after school Monday to tour the business, news and This is a serious dilemma, be- mechanical departments of the cause parts of the American newspaper. The girls were ac- economy, such as housing, are companied by Mrs. Irving just now recovering from a se- Bliss, their leader, and Mrs. SOON! This win Be The Busiest Spot in Town WATCH WEDNESDAY'S PAPER EUERBROEK'S SHOES vere shortage of funds. investment William leader. A. Schafer, assistant 5th and Main, Carroll Where The Fashions Are — And The Values Too! Room 559-A, Methodist Hospital, tends to uphold this provision Rochester, Mum., 55901. I of the law. STARTS FRIDAY, NOV. 24 - 9:00 A. M. 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