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The Weather f, RAIN Thp Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy ol Iowa Public Service Co I Yesterday's high 61 Yesterday's low 39 At7a.m. today 40 At 10 a.m. today 58 Iowa Extended Forecast Thursday through Saturday Cold with rain or snow at beginning of period, becoming partly cloudy and warmer later. Lows mostly in the 20s. Highs in 30s at beginning of period to around 50 by end of period. Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 24 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year aeo today in Carroll amounted to .08 inch. High temperature was 43 and the low, 34 degrees. IOWA FORECAST Thundershowers ending northeast tonight followed by clearing and colder over the state. Low 20s northwest, 30s southeast. Mostly fair Tuesday. High 40s northeast 50s south and west. Record Crowd at Sportsman Party There was an all-time record attendance at the Carroll Sportsman's Party held Monday night at Carroll High School Among the persons who won Burns Fatal to Woman, 65 DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP)— Ethel Stoneking, 65, Davenport, died Monday of burns suffered in a minor fire in her home March 24. Authorities said she was burned after her dress caught fire as she was lighting a stove. Phone Cable Cut is Repaired A farmer operating a sub-soiler machine in a field south of Audubon Monday afternoon cut an underground telephone cable twice, knocking out 134 long distance and 17 private line communications circuits. Service was disrupted from about 2 p.m. until 5:40 p.m., Wayne Weeks, manager of the Carroll Northwestern Bell Telephone company office, said. The circuits connected Carroll with Des Moines, Omaha and Council Bluffs. Newspaper, radio station and business Teletypes were affected by the outage. major prizes were Dale Jons of Westside who won a 10-soeed bike: Roeer Nissen, Carroll, junior bike; LeRoy Heinrichs, Carroll, rod and reel; Dr. Paul Pascoe, Carroll, binoculars; Elmer Brus, Glidden, tackle box; Wayne Eich, Halbur, rod and reel; KennethSnyder, Carroll, cabinet and grill; Terry Ruchti, Carroll, sleeping bag; Dan Sullivan, Carroll, cooler and jug; Kevin Cross, Carroll, badminton set; Leonard Bromert, Carroll, trolling motor; and Ed Tigges, Carroll, vacation at Lake Tullebee in Minnesota. Other many prizes were donated by businesses in Carroll and surrounding communities. Search Lake for Man's Body EMMETSBURG, Iowa (AP)—Authorities say an ice break-up on Five Island Lake near Emmetsburg would allow resumption of search operations Tuesday for the body of David Nielsen, 18, Pocahontas. Nielsen's car was pulled from the lake March 16, the day after it left a county road and plunged into the water. The search for Nielsen continued for several days but was hampered by heavy ice. Iowa Conservation Commission officials said Monday they will use boats and dragging equipment to search for the body Public Auction of Home TIME OF SALE: Saturday Morning, 10:30 A.M., April 13, 1974 upon th« promises at 634 W. 15th Stroot, Carroll, Iowa. SIZE OF LOT: 51.5 foot by 132.67 foot. LOCATION OF HOME: 634 W. 15th Stroot, Carroll, Iowa. This homo is locatod in an aroa of fino homos and closo to tho churehos in tho north part of Carroll. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 11, Block 7, Highlond Park Addition to the City of Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa. TERMS OF SALE: 20 por cont down upon tho dato of sale. The balance payable upon tender of deed and abstract showing good and merchantable title. POSSESSION: Homo is now vacant and possession will be given to purchaser upon dato of sale. TYPE OF HOME: This homo was built by Cliff Moore, one of the better builders pertaining to construction. This home has boon immaculately kept and maintained. No children have lived in this home for the last 20 years and ten* ants have lived there that long and kept this homo in this condition and In better shape than owners would normally maintain their homo. The home ii • on* itory brick veneer, forced air oil heat furnace. Three bedroom. Living Room and 3 bedroom* all have oak floor* and trim. There ii attached a one car garage. Full batement, dry, with separate rooms that can be used as a recreation, storage or two other bedrooms could be fixed for occupancy. This home is owned by Clifford L. Moore and Manerva Moore, hit wife, and will be told upon the premises to the highest bidder and the sal* will be final. To Inspect this ham* prior to sal*, ••• McCarvilla a> Wi*l*r»d, auctioneers, or Leighton A. Wedcrath, agent for own •fi* MeCarvllle » WUUnd L A. W*dereHi Auction***! Agent for Ownan Fair, Knott Speaks to Club George Fair, Carroll High School prinicipal, and James Knott, curriculum director for English and social studies, Monday outlined the evaluation process of the North Central Association of Colleges, Universities and Secondary Schools to the Carroll Rotarv Club. The North Central association is a voluntary organization to which 38 per cent of the high schools in Iowa are accredited as members. The purpose of organization is to upgrade the overall educational system in the member schools. Carroll Community High School was last evaluated by the association in 1967, and is scheduled for another evaluation in October. Knott and Fair told the Rotarians it is mandatory that each school which belongs to the association conduct a self evaluation each year to review curriculum, teaching methods and facilities. This is currently being done at the Carroll school. Every seven years the association conducts an external evaluation of the schools with a team comprised of association members and members of the State Department of Public Instruction, they said. The third phase of the evaulation is the implementation of suggestions made by the evaluating team while at the school. Knott told the group he believes the Carroll school will be "bombed" during the external evaluation because of the facilities at the school. However, he said he feels the Carroll school will "do very well" in the evaluation of the professional staff and curriculum. The two said the mini courses now used at the Carroll high school resulted from the 1967 evaluation when it was suggested the school have more variety in its course offerings. Law Suit Under Way The suit of Jarvis Sedgwick. Coon Rapids, doing business as Sedgwick Oil Company. ' against James Kracht. Cbbn ; Rapids, got under way in District Court here Tuesday afternoon before Judge R. K. Richardson. Sedgwick contends that between June 30,1971 and Dec. 24,1971, Kracht, then owner of Jim's Sinclair. Coon Rapids, purchased supplies from his company for $2,147. He claims that checks written by Kracht for the merchandise were returned because of insufficient funds. Also, Sedgwick alleges that Kracht still owes $2,200 for gasoline and supplies purchased between April 17, 1972, and June 18, 1972. He is seeking $4,347 from Kracht. In a second division of the suit, Sedgwick is seeking $4,938 in damages arising from Kracht's alleged failure to pay off a bank note which Sedgwick had co-signed. LINER ADRIFT LONDON (AP) — The luxury liner Queen Elizabeth 2 was reported adrift today 270 miles southwest of Bermuda with more than 1,600 passengers and a crew of 940 aboard, Cunard officials said. SURGICAL PATIENT Anthony Stalzer of Carroll expected to undergo surgery Tuesday morning in Omaha. His address is Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital, 7500 Mercy Road, Room 527, Omaha, Neb., 68124. -Hot Off the Wire- Arguments on Wire Rate Hikes Plan Limited Free offer! A tiny, nor. operating model of the smallest Beltone all-in-fhe-ear aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this ad. Try it and see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. DON'T BE PEAF! WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Communications Commission today considered arguments that new leased line telephone rates proposed by the Bell System would make news services too costly for many small-city newspapers and radio stations. Warnings about the impact of the new rates were detailed in petitions filed Monday by The Associated Press, United Press International, Reuters Limited, Dow Jones, Commodity News Services Inc. and the American Newspaper Publishers Association. They said the news services must pass on more than $4 million in extra costs to their subscribers or provide reduced services — and said either alternative would injure the national interest by hampering the widespread dissemination of news. MEDIA, Pa. (AP)-"Ohhh, no!" W.A. "Tony" Boyle's wife gasped. Her gasp came after a witness at the trial of the former president of the United Mine Call 792-9224 for free home fryouf . . . WORLD'S LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURER OF HEARING AIDS & HEARING TEST EQUIPMENT 405 W. 7th, Carroll, la. Nome Address City HEARING AID SERVICE .State.. Workers testified Monday that Boyle ordered trie assassination of union rival Joseph "Jock" Yablonski. The accusation during Boyle's murder trial came from Paul Gilly, 40, a Cleveland house painter who has been convicted of murder and sentenced to death for the 1969 slaying of Yablonski. WASHINGTON (AP) Early presidential election returns could not be published or broadcast under a campaign reform bill amendment adopted by the Senate. The purpose of the amendment, offered by Sen. Henry L. Bellmon, R-Okla., and approved by a 43-38 vote, is to prevent returns in the East from influencing voters in other parts of the country. More amendments to the controversial bill continued to pile in today, adding to a stack already submitted and not yet acted on. The bill includes provisions for use of tax funds to finance campaigns for federal offices as well as limitations on contributions and expenditures. Daily Record HEARING BELIEVING COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Robert D. Post, 22, Uniondale, N.Y., and Cynthia Fleskes, 22, Carroll; DennisH. Bonney, 21, and Floy R. Sedgwick, 19, both of Coon Rapids; Paul E. Reiling, 20, Lake View, and Nancy H. Behrens, 19, Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— Lloyd or Marian Thede, Carroll. Ford; Berger Brothers. Coon Rapids, two Chevrolets; Phillip or Susan Slutts, Carroll, Javelin; Steve Olson, Manning, Pontiac; Daniel Louis. Carroll. Oldsmobile; David or Diane Collison, Carroll. Chrysler; Lawrence or Laverna Reiff. Carroll. Plymouth: Dillehay Parcel Service. Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— (ij .Herman .p,,,and A«?n.3. D /Thomsen to Linda K. McCulla. • Lot 5, Block 6; Original Plat of"! Glidden. Dale Jr.. and Mary M. Purkeypile to Rosemary Burrow. Lot 4. Block 3. Third Parkview Addition to Carroll. Donald E. and Estella S. Winnett to Eugene A. and Vera M. Derner, Lots 9 and 10, Block 18. Dedham. Louis Greteman to Richard M. Rutten, Part of Lot 10. Block 39; Second Addition to Carroll. Pauline Lake to Paul L. and Norma J. Bjorkgren, Part of Lot 1. Block 5. Radeleff and Rugg's Addition to Manning. Estate of Mary Brincks to Alphons H. and Ruth M. Brincks. SW'ASE'/i and Part of SVi-SE'/iSE'/i, all in Sec. 20, Twp.83N.,Range34W. Orville C. South to Bonnie M. South, S '/•> N E V 4 and S'ANE'/iNE 1 /*. Sec. 28, Twp. 82 N., Range 33 W. Arthur and Lorn a; Tiefenthaler et al to Raymond and La'Verna Tiefenthaler, WVfeNW'^and NW'/iSW'/i. Sec. 12,Twp.85N.,Range36W. " Police Department Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Freda M. Koenck, Carroll, and Carol A. Peterson, Westside, were in collision on U.S. 30 near Main Sreet Monday, police reported. The front of the Koenck vehichle was in collision with the rear of the Peterson vehic.le as both were eastbound, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY Regional Hospital Saturday, March 30 Mrs. Charles Wittrock, Carroll Mrs. Elmer Bedford, Carroll Sunday, March 31 Dorilee Dailey, Carroll Robert Bryan, Carroll Mrs. Ambrose Klocke, Templeton Becky Huebsch, Carroll Admissions April 1 Margaret A. Wolterman, Carroll Mrs. RoseT. Ballou, Exira Dale A. Pottebaum, Halbur Mrs. Erna A. Voege, Westside Marvin G. DeBoer, Coon Rapids Mrs. Ruben R. Sturm, Carroll Patricia A. Fischer, Manning STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City Add thns Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Sturm, Auburn, a daughter, April 1 GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.19 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.28 Oats.. 1.30 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Farm commodity futures prices continued under active liquidation on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Soybean oil futures fell the limit of 100 points, or 1 cent a pound, within 30 minutes after the opening. Soybean futures were down 16 cents a bushel and soybean oil eased $4 a ton. Wheat futures were down 10 cents''Wb'usher'arid 'cdrn 9 cents while oats fell just short of their 6 cents a bushel limit. Much of the selling on the opening again was a carryover from the previmus session when limit declines, or nearly so, were posted in all the major pits. Buyers again were extremely scarce. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK I stock q uotations Allied Ch Allied Sirs Am B r d s Am Can Am Chain ACy a n i d A m H o m e Am Motors Am Smell Am Stand Am T&T Armst CK All Richfld Avco Corp B a n d a g I n c Beat Fds Beet Dick Be n d i x A v Beth St 1 Boeing Co Bo r d e n B r u n s w i k B u r No r Chrysler Con Ed i s Con Freight Con 0 i 1 . 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'4 *4 '« 'H % 4 % '« '•8 '•4 % % 1 H '•M '» 4 'H % '4 % 'B % P *'H '-H '•8 4 Ml '4 '/« '/H '/» V, VB >/4 4 Mi '/» '/4 Mi '/» Mi '/4 '.8 4 4 '/4 '/B '-B '/4 '/4 '/4 \ % '/» 4 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Salvation Army cadet has been shot to death and a woman cadet critically wounded in the latest in a series of apparently random street shootings, police say. Authorities labeled the shootings "Zebra," a code name given for shootings here last December and January which claimed a" total of 10 lives. The killer fled on foot Monday from the latest shooting scene on Geary Boulevard in San Francisco's Western Addition. A Salvation Army spokesman identified the dead man as Tom Rainwater, 21, of Santa Barbara, Calif. NEWARK, N.J. (AP) John Jacob Astor III has testified that nearly $500,000 worth of diamonds disappeared from a Jersey City bank where he had placed them in safe deposit 20 years ago. Astor, 62, testified about the gems Monday at a trial that began before U.S. Dist. Judge Frederick B. Lacey. Astor is suing the First Jer- Markets Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -Prices drifted in no particular direction in the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 1.95 at 845.43, but losers outpaced gainers by about 3 to 2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Brokers said it appeared that bargain hunting stimulated by the market's losses of the past four trading days was counterbalancing the continued negative effect of rising short-term interest rates. Baxter Laboratories was the most active NYSE issue, up Vi at 40. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was up .24 at 96.19. . . Oils were weak. Standard Oil of Ohio lost 1 to 55 38 . Continental Oil was down a point at 39V and Gulf dropped '4 to 22 3 /a, all in active trading. The NYSE's noon index of all its listed common stocks stood at 49.83. up .03. OMAHA, Neb. (APllUSDAl- Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 4.000; barrows and gilts unevenly 50-1.00 lower; 1-3 195-240 Ib 32.56-33.00; 240-250 Ib 31.50-32.50; Sows weak to 25 lower: 350450 Ib 27.75-28.50. Cattle and calves: 6.000: steers 25-50 lower, heifers weak to 25 lower; cows 50-1.00; three loads choice and prime 1.075-1.084 Ib steers 42.25-42.50: small consignment prime 1,100 Ib 43.25; choice 1.000-1.225 Ib mainly 40.50-41.50: high-choice and prime 950-1.066 Ib heifers 41.75-42.00; choice 875-1.100 Ib 40.25-41.75; utility and commercial cows 29.00-32.00; few utility dairybreds 32.25-32.50. Sheep: 800: market not estabished at 10:30 a.m. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattle and calves: 4.500: hogs 4.500: sheep 600 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDAI- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday, 65,000: actual receipts Monday 86.000; week ago 83.000; year ago 82.000. Movement rather slow; demand fairly r ; butchers 50-75 lower; U.S. 200-230 at country points 31.00-31.25, plants 31.25-31.75: sows 50-75 lower, instances 1.00 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 IDS 27.00-28.25. Sheep: Estimated receipts Tuesday 900; slaughter lambs steady Monday; choice with some prime shorn 90-100 Ibs mostly No. 1 pelts 37.00-38.00; small package near 100 Ib wooled 37.00. Nixon to Risk Michigan Test WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon has tentatively decided to risk a test of his political popularity by making an appearance in a Michigan cong r e s s i o n a 1 campaign. The Washington Post reported today. The newspaper quoted a well informed Republican source as saying Nixon made the tentative decision to appear April 10 on behalf of James Sparling, the Republican nominee in a special election. MATH INITIATE Jan Grundmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orren Grundmeier of Carroll, will be initiated Tuesday night into the Iowa Delta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, mathematics honor society, at Wartburg College, Waverly. To qualify for membership, a student must have attended an accredited college or university fulltime for three terms, including one term at Wartburg; rank in the top 35 per cent of his class; complete three college math courses, including one on calculus; and attain a B average in all math courses completed. Miss Grundmeier is a 'senior at Wartburg College. sey National Bank for recovery of the full value of the gems on grounds the bank negligently lost the jewels — among them a 25.84-carat oval diamond once worn by Princess Eugenie, the wife of Emperor Napoleon III of France. WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. Wilbur D. Mills has confirmed that he aided dairymen in their quest for a 1971 increase in federal milk price supports. At the same time, a new report shows the nation's three largest dairy cooperatives were the principal financial backers of Mills' brief 1972 presidential campaign. The report says the Arkansas Democrat's campaign got 23.5 per cent of its itemized contributions from the three dairy cooperatives, including one that also aided his campaign with apparently illegal corporate money. WASHINGTON (AP) There are probably the votes in Congress to impeach President Nixon but not to! remove him from office, Rep.J Wilbur D. Mills says. The Arkansas Democrat, 1 who is vice chairman of a] committee investigating ] Nixon's income tax returns, said that "there's no doubt in my mind. That there are enough votes really... for the articles of impeachment in the House." But he said he worries that a majority of the Senate, but not the constitutional two-thirds, would vote to remove Nixon from office. By The Associated Press Tornadoes, high winds and severe thunderstorms that ripped across the Southeast Monday night and early today have left three persons dead, scores injured and severe property damage. Authorities in Cherryville, N.C., said 5-year-old Patricia Denis Humphries was killed and 10 persons injured when high winds accompanying a violent thunderstorm wrecked at least 15 house trailers in two mobile home parks. Deaths, Funerals MRS. MARIAN ROBB ROBERTS Carroll friends have received word of the death of Mrs. Marian Robb Roberts of New York City, former Carroll resident. She died in New Jersey Feb. 5 after a long illness. Surviving are her husband, J. K. Roberts; two sons, J. K. Jr. and Robb; three grandchildren and two brothers, G. Edwin Robb of Fayetteville, Ark., and Donald Robb, who resides in the East. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robb. MRS. MARY KANNE Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Mary (Tony) Kanne, 75, of Carroll was celebrated by The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff at 1 p.m. Monday in St. Lawrence Church Here. The Rev. James McAlpin also was in the sanctuary and conducted commital rites at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Pallbearers, grandsons of Mrs. Kanne, were Randy and Kevin Bierl, Dean Kanne, Tom and Bob Schaefer and Wayne Pudenz. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Denver and Fort Collins. Colo.; Omaha, Neb.; Rochester, Minn.; Maryville, Mo.; Dedham, Auburn, Earling, Panama, Dunlap, Atlantic, Exira, Lidderdale, Breda, Glidden and Des Moines. Mrs. Kanne died March 29 at the Carroll Health Center after an eight-year illness. Officials Can Live Anywhere: Turner DES MOINES, Iowa (API- Iowa's governor, lieutenant governor and 150 legislators can live wherever they want, even outside the state, says Atty. Gen. Richard Turner. Turner's opinion Monday was sought by Democratic leaders who claimed Rep. Russel De Jong, R-Pella, had abdicated his office when he moved to Des Moines where he intends to seek election to the Iowa Senate. Democrats had called for De Jong's resignation, citing a statute which says officials must be residents of the districts from which they are elected. But Turner said the law applies only to civil offices in Iowa. He said it doesn't apply to legislators, the governor and lieutenant governor whose qualifications for office are established by the Iowa Constitution and can't be Simon May Get Schultz Post WASHINGTON (AP) — President Nixon's choice of a successor to Treasury Secretary George P. Shultz will be announced "in the near future — perhaps this week," White House Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler says. Federal energy chief William E. Simon is considered a leading candidate for the post. Ziegler said Monday night after the President returned from a long weekend in Florida that Nixon discussed the Cabinet change on the return flight with Roy L. Ash, director of the Office of Management and Budget. IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Monday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—122. Last year to date—162, changed by legislative decree. Once the legislators, the governor and lieutenant governor are elected, Turner said, they could live outside the state if they wanted and still draw salaries. He said the Constitution requires only that a legislator live in his district for 60 days prior to election. "I find nothing in the language of our Constitution expressly requiring that once elected, a representative must necessarily remain in actual residence after election day and throughout his term," Turner said. "Nothing requires him to be either and inhabitant of the state or a resident ui ms uio- trict following the day of election." Turner said there is no provision for removal of a legislator "who has been seated, short of impeachment." He said a legislator could "skip around the state and choose the district he wants to represent. They do this in England all the time to keep their best men in of f ice." MRS. THOMAS HESSLER Glidden — age 79 Friends may call at the Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden . after 12 noon Tuesday Prayer Service 8:00 p.m. Tuesday at ' Dahn & Woodhouse, Gliddsn Funeral Services 10:30 Wednesday at the United Methodist Church in Glidden Officiating Rev. H. Wallace Kinzler Casket will be taken to the church at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday where the body will lie in, state till time of services Interment Westlawn Cemetery Glidden DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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