Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 5, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 5, 1974
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Golf Teams Getting Set This could be the "year" for Kuemper in golf while Carroll faces a rebuilding job as both schools hope to open their boys seasons next week. The big "if" will be if old man winter decides to leave us for good. Knight Golfers Father Cleo Seuntjens has four talented lettermen back from last year's squad headed by Steve Schulz who captured the City Men's Golf Tournament last summer. Other veterans include Steve Garbier who is the State Junior PGA champion; Jeff Hunter who placed fifth in last year's State High School Co-educational meet and Mike Gute. "Considering the talent and experience on the team, this should be Kuemper's best season ever," Father Seuntjens commented. While Father Seuntjens is happy with his veterans, he is also pleased with other members of his squad. ''I'm particularly impressed with some of the underclassmen, especially the turnout of the freshmen boys. They are expressing a good deal of i n terest and seriousness and from watching them on the driving Democratic Convention Here Saturday Several Democratic candidates are scheduled to attend the Carroll County Democratic convention at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at Holy Spirit auditorium here. Registration will begin at 7 p.m. Among the candidates planning to attend are Ann Culver, wife of Senator John Culver; Tom Harkin, candidate for fifth district congressman; Jim Schaben, candidate for governor. Bill Gannon, candidate for governor, plans to send a representative. Also coming will be Bill Ryerson, Jefferson; Jrs. Jo Garst, Coon Rapids, and Carroll Perkins, Jefferson, candidates for 55th district state representative and local candidates. range they show promise for the future." Schulz, Garbier, Hunter and Gute will be the top four golfers with junior Mark Pollastrini rounding out the first five. "I expect to count Pollastrini's score in many of our meets," Fr. Seuntjens added. According to the Kuemper coach, after Pollastrini, the team will mainly be made up of freshmen for help. Roster: Steve Garbier, Max Heese, Jeff Hunter, Mark Montgomery. Steve Schulz, seniors; Dave Berning, Brad Fleskes, Mike Gute, Marty Thelen. Mark Pollastrini, juniors; Jim Busche, Tim Gute, Craig Schroeder, Jim Sieman, Steve Stangl, Dave Wieland, sophomores and Dave Bruner, Jim Collison, Richard Collison, Joe Kruse, Kevin McLellan. Mark Meyers, Brian Ragaller, Larry Rettenmeier, Ray Rueter, Tom Riddle, Tom Schulz and Scott Tessmer, freshmen. Carroll Golfers Coach Bill Evans has only three veterans back from last year's squad which won the sectional title over powerful Audubon and took top honors in the Carroll-Kuemper Invitational. Lettermen back on the freshman-dominated team are senior Dan Sheehan, junior Brian Beck and sophomore Jerry Dentlinger. According to Evans, Sheehan is expected to be the No. 1 player. He's the captain of the squad and was medalist in last year's Carroll-Kuemper Invitational. Beck and Dentlinger are expected to be top golfers along with senior Kerry Sides. The rest of the top players will come from the freshman class, except for sophomores Dave Sunderman and Cliff Stroh who might come along. "I think we will get some help from Todd Pettitt, Tom Reiman, Jim Sides, Jeff Jensen and Jim Petersen, all freshmen," Evans remarked. "All except Petersen are capable of shooting in the 30s and Petersen in the low 40s," Evans added. "Maybe after we get some experience we can be a contender for a state title," the veteran Tiger boss said. "I'm not talking about now, but in the future. Maybe we can surprise a few teams this year." Daily Record Suit- or on some object projecting from the bottom while swimming with other youths at the gravel pit. Information filed in District Court by the plaintiffs indicate that the youth, who was 17 and a minor at the time of the mishap, has been paralyzed since the accident. Mrs. Hinners contends that her son is apparently injured for life. The property in question was allegedly owned at the time of the incident by Carl H. and Nellie Meyer, rural Denison, and leased to Don M. Clark for use as a gravel and rock quarry. A demand for a jury trial has been made in the case, but no trial date has been set. Attorney Ronald H. Schechtman, Carroll, entered the suit on behalf of the Hinners. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Ronald Riesberg, Carroll, Honda; Scott E. Heinrichs, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Joe J. Anthofer, Breda, Honda; Russell A. Polking, Carroll, Honda; William J. Muhlbauer, Manning, Suzuki; Michael R. Schaefer, Carroll, Chaparral; David E. Hoehl, Carroll, Suzuki; Albert J. Schapman, Carroll, Ford; Frank or Wanda Bailey, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers- Richard D. and Patricia A. Happe to David A. Crown, Lot 8, Block 61, Eighth Addition to Carroll. Sheriff's Office— Car-Pickup Accident- John J. Schaffer, 18, Carroll, and Clarence C. Schoessler, 38, Westside, are listed in satisfactory condition at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here with injuries suffered when the vehicles they were driving collided Thursday three miles west of Carroll on U.S. 30, Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass reported. Bass said the accident occurred as the westbound Schaffer car went out of control after hitting a slick spot on the highway, spun into the eastbound lane and collided with the eastbound pickup truck driven by Schoessler. OMVUI— Dale A. Konstanz, 26, Mitchellville, was released Friday morning on $325 bond after spending the night in the Carroll County jail on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Konstanz was arrested early Friday morning by Deputy Sheriff Ferman Stout. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 4— Mrs. Emma Weber, Carroll Mrs. Joseph Martin, Carroll Ronald Anderson, Denison Kenneth Aguilar, Coon Rapids Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures again came under selling pressure on the Chicago Board of Trade today. One soybean option, September, fell the limit of 20 cents a bushel. Wheat was down Vz cent short of its 20 cent limit at one time and corn was down nearly 9 cents, 1 cent short of its limits. Oats, soybean oil, meal and iced broilers also were weak. There appeared to be no particular reason for the selling other than a rather widespread feeling that grains will be abundant this year. The government already has said that record corn and wheat crops are expected because more acreage will be devoted to them. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.00 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.20 Oats 1.30 The Weather I' SUNNY IOWA FORECAST Sunny and warmer west and central, partly cloudy extreme east today. Highs 40s east to 50 to 55 extreme west. Fair tonight, not as cold west. Low near 30 northeast to 35 to 40 southwest. Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday. High 50s northeast to near 70 southwest. Iowa Extended Forecast Sunday through Tuesday Chance of thundershowers Sunday and in the east Sunday night. Mild Sunday with highs 60s and 70s. Cooler Monday and Tuesday with highs 50s and 60s. Lows in 40s cooling to 30s by Tuesday morning. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co,) Yesterday's high 41 Yesterday's low 28 At7a.m. today 26 At 10 a.m. today 33 DAILY DINNER SPECIALS RELAX .. . Dine or Snack Roast beef dinner'' Tf« cream soda? We'll serve you whatever turns your taste buds on in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. PAULINE'S CAFE •A*Vi.inC ^ Hw,. 71 South DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA)- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Friday 45,000; actual receipts Thursday 96,000; week ago 73,000; year ago 40,000. Butchers 1.00-1.50 lower; movement rather slow; demand fair; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at Country points 30.00-34.SO; packing plants 30.50-31.00; sows 25-75lower, mostly 50-75off; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 26.25-27.50, few 27.75-28.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Friday BOO; slaughter lambs fully steady Thursday; choice and prime 90-105 Ib shorn No. 1 to fall shorn 37.00-38.00. OMAHA, neb. (APMUSDA)- Livestock quotations Friday: Hogs: 9,500; barrows and gilts moderately active after slow early trade; large share 2.00 lower, instances 2,25 lower; 1-3 200-250 Ib 30.25-32.00; 2-3 250270Ib28.75-31.00; 2-4270-320 Ib 28.00-29.50. Sows 1.00-1.50 lower; 3S«50 Ib 26.25-27.00. Cattle and calves: 700; slaughter steers and heifers virtually absent; limited trade on cows weak; utility and commercial cows 28.50 31.00. Sheep: 50; too few offered for a test of trade. Estimated receipts Monday: Cattle and calves 5,500; hogs 5,500; sheep 1.000. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)-Prices fell back sharply in the stock market today, battered by a new round of increases in banks' prime lending rates. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 10.41 at 848.48, and losers dominated gainers by about 8 to 3 on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading remained very light. Analysts said buying interest was severely dampened by the continuing rise of the prime rate. New York's First National City Bank raised its prime this morning from 9 l /2 to 9% per cent, and numerous other banks quickly posted similar increases. Digital Equipment was the Big Board's most-active stock, dropping 3V4 to 103 in trading that included a 59,900-share block at 102Vfe. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down .44 at 96.09. If you look at tradition, the Tigers aren't losers. They captured the Carroll-Kuemper Invitational last year and finished second in the Midwest Conference. Also, they have been to state twice in the last four years. Roster: Dan Sheehan, Kerry Sides, seniors; Brian Beck, junior; Jerry Dentlinger, Dave Sunderman. Cliff Stroh. Tim Dvorak, John Grettenberg, Jim Molle, Jim Seidl, Randy Gordon, John Erickson, sophomores and Mike Schaefer, Kurt Siepker, Jim Sides, Jeff Jensen, Todd Pettitt, Tom Reiman, Jim Petersen, freshmen. Kuemper Schedule: April 9, Ames, Ames. April 11, Denison, Home April 13, Carroll-Kuemper Invitational, Home April 15, Jefferson, Home April 16, Denison, Denison April 17, Coon Rapids, Coon Rapids April 20, Audubon Invitational, Audubon April 20, Storm Lake Invitational, Storm Lake April 22, Glidden-Ralston, Coon Rapids April 23, Carroll High, Away April 25, Coon Rapids, Home Times Herald, Carroll, la. O Thursday, April 4, 1974 ^ May 1, Fort Dodge, Fort Dodge May 2, Glidden-Ralston, Home May 3, Audubon, Home May 4, Cherokee Invitational, Cherokee May 6, Fort Dodge St. Edmond, Fort Dodge May 8, Audubon, Audubon May 9, Carroll High, Home May 11, Sectionals, Boone May 13, Jefferson, Jefferson May 15, Storm Lake, Home May 18, District. Carroll May 25, State Carroll Schedule: April 8, Audubon, There April 13, Carrol Invitational, Carroll Country Club April 17, Aubudon, Here April 19, Lake City, Here April 20, Audubon Invitational, There April 23, Kuemper, Carroll Country Club April 25, Denison A & B, There April 26, Sac City, Here May 2, Denison.A & B, Here May 7, Conference - Sac, There May 9, Kuemper, Carroll Country Club May 10-11, Sectional Golf May 13, Sac City, There May 15, Lake City, There May 17-18, District Golf May 25, State Assigned...Airman Patricia C. Darveau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Darveau of Carroll, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force basic training. She is a 1972 graduate of Carroll Community High School. Update Reading Work at School DEDHAM — The faculty of Dedham-Willey School has decided to compile personal check lists of reading skills for individuals and groups of students, to update the reading program. Two sessions preceded the decision. Sr. Jolyce Greteman of Breda and Sr. Kathleen Kenkel of Kuemper High School helped the faculty develop a program to stress reading comprehension, skills and vocabulary. Evaluations were made at the first meeting March 26. At the next meeting Janice Hinson, Sr. lone Nieland, Mrs. Delbert Von Bon and John Staver presented'a recommendation to fulfill individual reading needs. After discussion, the faculty agreed to coordinate the reading program with the check lists andvariousmedia. REENLISTS Sp-4 Kit V. Hockett, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Hockett, Manning, has reenlisted for four years in the regular army while serving with the 1st Cavalry Division at Ft. Hood, Tex. He is a legal clerk in Headquarters Company of the division's support command. Deaths MRS. CLARENCE PEYTON LYTTON - Mrs. Clarence Peyton, 65, of Lytton died early Thursday, April 4, at Loring Hospital, Sac City after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Presbyterian Church in Lytton, with burial in Oakland Cemetery at Sac City. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Sac City is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Peyton was a lifelong resident of this area. She is survived by her husband; a son, Duane of Lytton; and three grandchildren. . NEED CHURCH PICTURE ROSELLE — A picture of the original Holy Angels Church of Roselle before it was moved in 1903 is being sought for inclusion in the historical booklet being compiled for the church's centennial celebration. Anyone having such a picture is asked to contact Mrs. Nick Kirsch, Route 3, Carroll, (phone 792-3014) as soon as possible. The picture will be returned to the owner at a later date. HAS HIP SURGERY John Grimsman of Carroll is a patient in Room Y-500, Iowa Methodist Hospital, 1200 Pleasant Street, Des Moines, 50308. He underwent hip surgery Wednesday. ATTEND SCIENCE FAIR Seven students in the physics class at Carroll High School will attend the Hawkeye Science Fair in Des Moines on Saturday afternoon. Harold Yoesel, physics teacher, will accompany them. BOARD TO MEET The Board of Adjustment of the City of Carroll will meet at 5 p.m. Monday, April 8 at 119 West Sixth Street. Tiger, Knight Lettermen It snowed in Carroll Thursday, but Carroll and Kuemper golf lettermen had time to get their clubs out before their opening Draft Board Office Will Move to Spencer The Selective Service System's local board office here, located at 503 North Main Street, is being phased out as part of a statewide money-saving move on the part of the Selective Service System, Mrs. W. Paul Hawks, Carroll, local board manager, said Friday. Mrs. Hawks said details of when the phase out is scheduled to take place, or how this area will be served after the move have not been disclosed. State Selective Service Director Henry Fleischacker will be in Carroll this month to discuss these details, she said. The local board here serves five counties, Carroll, Sac, Crawford, Audubon and Guthrie, and handles about 85 registrations each month. Mrs. Hawks said the reason for the phaseout, which will move the Carroll office to Spencer, is because the Selective Service System is "short of money." The number of local board sites in Iowa will be reduced from 22 to 13, she said. matches next week. In top photo are the Tiger veterans. From left, Dan Sheehan, Brian Beck and Jerry-DentHnger. In bottom photo, from left are the Knight veterans, Jeff Hunter, Steve Garbier. Mike Gute and Steve Schulz. Sports Glances ISU Leads Iowa State has jumped into the lead after the first day of the 32nd annual National Collegiate Athletic Association Gymnastics Championships at Penn State University. The Cyclones piled up 160.45 points Thursday during the compulsory round of the competition. California was second with 159.20 points and Arizona State was third with 158.45. Iowa had 156.65 points to rank fourth, followed by Indiana State, Penn State, Michigan and LSU. Steve Hug, two-time NCAA all-around champion, appeared on his way to a third straight title. The senior from Stanford had 54.45 points to 53.30 for Iowa State's' Doug Fitzjarrell. LL Signup The Little League signup will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Westgate Mall in Carroll. Boys aged eight through 15 are eligible for the program. The registration fee is $5. Aaron: "Time on My Side CINCINNATI (AP) - "I've always thought that time was on my side," Hank Aaron said Thursday after the 40-year-old slugger unleashed a dramatic home run to tie Babe Ruth's all-time record of 714. The Atlanta superstar's timeless chase of the legendary Ruth ended abruptly — on his first swing of the 1974 season when Aaron drilled a Jack Billingham fast ball over the left field fence in Riverfront Stadium. "I still feel like I do owe fans in Atlanta a shot at 715," Aaron said, "but, yes, I am going to play Saturday. "I'm certainly going to play the game the way it's supposed to be played and if I get a pitch to hit, I'll try to dispose of it." The Braves had wanted to withhold Aaron from the three-game opening series in Cincinnati that continues Saturday and Sunday following an open date today. The club announced its intention, triggering controversy. Bowie Kuhn, commissioner of baseball, said he expected the Braves to use Aaron as they had a year ago, playing . roughly two of every three games. The soft-spoken superstar wasn't placed in the line-up for certain until shortly before gametime and he responded with what the standing room only crowd of 52,154 had come to see. The homer, a three-run blast, sailed over the 375-foot mark and came on a 3-1 count from the Cincinnati right-hander. Aaron had taken the only other strike, a letter-high fast ball. "It was a good pitch," Aaron said. "I was guessing fast ball. He got it up a little." Billingham said the pitch sailed on him, that it was a mistake and "he hits mistakes." ' 'He deserves it," Billingham said. "He's the greatest I've ever seen. It's unfortunate he hit it against me." Billingham and Aaron met in the small room beneath the stadium where both faced interviews from a battery of newsmen. As the two passed each other, Billingham patted Aaron on the back and said softly, "Congratulations, but why did you have to do it on me." Aaron merely chuckled. The game was interrupted for six minutes as Vice President Gerald R. Ford, in town to toss out the first ball of the season, and Kuhn strolled onto the field to congratulate Aaron. "This is a great day for you and a great day for baseball," Ford told Aaron. "Good luck for 715 and a good many more." Kuhn praised Aaron as "not only one of the greatest professionals to play the game, but a great gentleman as well." Aaron broke away from the swarm of teammates that greeted him at home plate and jogged to a box adjacent to the team's dugout where he kissed his wife, Billye, who had tears streaming down her cheeks. It was his 96th home run against Cincinnati, including 54 in this city where professional baseball began in 1869. Aaron said his initial excitement was dulled when the Braves blew a lead and lost 7-6 in 11 innings. Caps Win Again Des Moines' Harvey Bennett scored two goals Thursday night to lead the Capitols to an 8-3 trouncing of Flint in their best-of-seven International Hockey League playoff series. Des Moines leads the semifinals series, 3-0, with the fourth game scheduled for Sunday at Flint. The Caps, the leading team during the regular season, scored four times in the second period to take a 6-1 advantage and coasted home, out-shooting the Generals 41-28. Postponed The 14th annual Wheelers Relays in Audubon which had been scheduled for today have been postponed until Monday. Among the 20 schools entered in the three classes included Kuemper and Carroll. Events will begin at 4 p.m. with evening program starting at 6:30. Rookie o! the Year Ernie DiGregorio of Buffalo was named the National Basketball Association's Rookie of the Year, sweeping his contemporaries by the widest margin since Kareem Abdul -J abbar was the unanimous choice in 1970. Aloha Classic Big Marvin Barnes and little Don Smith led the East All-Stars to a 92-77 victory over the Midwest in the opening game of the sixth annual Aloha Classic Thursday night in Honolulu. Iowa State's Robert Wilson was high man for the Midwest team with 17 points. Share Top Bob Charles, Mason Hudolph, Leonard Thompson and Babe Hiskey are tied for the first-round lead at six-under-par 65 in the $220 000 Greater Greensboro Open Golf Tournament. Top-Seed Wins Top-seeded John Newcomhp blitzed Cliff Richey w^SS in the $50,000 world Championship TennU at New 0rleMS

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