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The Weather IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday: Partly cloudy and warm Wednesday. Chance of rain or thundershowers Thursday and Friday. Highs in mid 60s and low 70s Wednesday, cooling to upper 40s and mid 50s by Friday. Lows in 40s and low 50s. IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Laws Not Likely to Deter Acts ByKARLNOLIN The Iowa Senate passed a number of bills last week. Some of them were addressed Jail Terms on Bad Checks AUDUBON —Billy Douglas Anderson, 29, of Atlantic, has received 30-day jail sentences on each of six bad check charges in magistrate court here. The six counts were filed by business men in Audubon, Exira, and Brayton. They accused Anderson of writing worthless checks — each for $15 — during February. The sentences were ordered by District Court Magistrate Joe Sklenar to run concurrently, and he authorized Anderson's release on probation after he has . served half of the sentence. Another man, Curtis Christensen, 19, of Kimballton, has served a 10-day jail term ordered by the magistrate on a bad check charge. He was then turned over to Guthrie county authorities, who wanted Christensen on a check charge there. The Iowa Highway Patrol has charged a motorist with driving 35 miles over the speed limit. He is J.T. Boston of Monroe, la., a contractor who has been doing work here for the telephone company. State troopers, with the aid of an airplane, said they clocked Boston's car traveling 90 miles per hour on Highway 71 south of here last month. Boston has 'pleaded innocent and the trial has been set for April 25. Tuesday. Not as cold west tonight. Low near 30 east, upper 30s west. Warmer Tuesday. High mid 50s northeast, low 70s southwest. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 50 Yesterday's low 32 AtTa.m.today 26 At 10 a.m. today 33 to problems that I do not believe can be completely solved by any law. One bill was designed to make it easier to obtain conviction of those charged with rape. Another bill attempted to protect children from abuse by parents or^uardians. These and many similar bills are not significantly different than laws already on the books but they represent an effort, to control evil behavior by a new law, which seems to please and reassure many people. I doubt such laws will really reduce the incidence of rape or child abuse. On Thursday, the Senate passed the Public Employees bargaining bill for the second time. The bill now goes to the Governor for his signature. His signature should be assured as this was one of his priority items.. Other bills passed by the Senate include bills to provide standard uniforms for county sheriffs, licensing of farmers and others who apply pesticides, providing for the disposition of stray dogs and a resolution to send a delegation to Washington, D.C. to call on the Secretary of Agriculture and others concerning fertilizer supplies and prices. BOARD TO MEET The tenth annual meeting of the Board of Directors of the Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center, Inc., will be held at the Center, 1408 E. 10th Street in Atlantic, at 8 p.m., Thursday, April 18 according to Einer M. Juel, M.D. president of the board. Citizens of Audubon, Carroll, Cass and Shelby, member-counties supporting the center, who are interested in mental health and the mental health services the center provides, are invited to attend. Times Herald, Carroll, la. ft Monday, April 8, 1974 <*•• Demos Continued from Page 1 Lawrence Nepple, Halbur; Kelly Pratt, Manning; Charles Rauch. Manning; David Rauch, Manning; Mary K. Reicks, Carroll; Rita Reicks, Carroll; Morris Schmitz, Carroll; Joe Schmitz, Carroll, PatStrohm, Carroll; Ralph Strohm, Carroll, Vic Tomka, Carroll; and Harold Wieland, Carroll. Elected to the district platform committee were David Rauch and Ralph Strohm; to the district rules committee, Lou Galetich and Harold Wieland; to the district credentials committee, Pat Strohm and Ed Flaherty; to the district nominations committee, Jan Mosman and Vic Tomka; and to the district arrangements committee, Dale Barton and Morris Schmitz. Rasmussen said he thought the conventions throughout the state Saturday indicated a ' 'fantastic year for Democratic candidates," witnessed by the enthusiasm of the delegates. He said now the "next two months" can be fully used to present the issues facing lowans. Gannon said he felt most delegates remained uncommitted for a gubernatorial nominee "because they want to be" and said he also felt Democrats stand to fare well in the November elections. Ed Skinner of the Democratic State Central Committee said the county conventions showed "unity and strength" among the party. He said the conventions showed that "we're away from being a party of personalities" and said instead "issues will be discussed as issues." Schaben was not immediately available for comment. Niehaus House Brings $26,000 A three-bedroom house and lot at 1718 North West Street was sold at public auction Saturday afternoon by the estate of Mrs. Marie Niehaus to Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Kennebeck of Carroll. The property brought $26,000.00. Auctioneers were Harold Wieland and Cliff McCarville. The sale was well-attended. -Hot Off the Wire- Opposes Tuition Raises at State Universities DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Gov. Robert Ray Monday said he does not want a tuition increase at the three state universities for the coming school year. Senate and House appropriations subcommittees are taking different views on $3.4 million in additional appropriations asked for by the State Board of Regents, which oversees the three state universities. The Senate subcommittee plans to recommend that the regents be given the additional funds, while the House wants the regents to raise the money through 'tuition increases. HILLSBOROUGH, Calif. (AP) ~ Saying he wants "to get it together," Randolph A. Hearst has slipped quietly away to Mexico where he will consider what to do next to win freedom for his kidnaped daughter. "He doesn't really want to be in this house and he doesn't know what to do, so he is going somewhere where he can think about it a little more," said nephew William Randolph Hearst III. Meanwhile, American Indian Movement leader Dennis Banks said he has agreed to try contacting the terrorist Symbionese Liberation Army to arrange a reunion for the Hearsts with their daughter Patricia. WASHINGTON (AP) - Israel has asked for more U.S. Shrike air-to-ground missiles for use against Syrian air defenses, Pentagon sources report. This request is viewed by some military analysts as un- derscoring the seriousness of the situation developing along the Golan Heights front. But civilian officials indicate they doubt Israel will commodities sold abroad this fiscal year. BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP)— An early-morning *uwi*-t4i.\, niwjr wuuii i*-»i ct^i mil \ n A / ^~* n, ii cci i jj"jjiv/*»»«»»t? escalate the present relatively blaze Monday destroyed the Imw Ipvel nf shnntino imlocc thn Ojile'S OasiS Supper Club — — 4 -_ _ , ^ low level of shooting unless the Syrians launch a major attack. WASHINGTON (AP) -The world energy situation may cause some countries to reduce purchases of U.S. farm products over the next year, the Agriculture Department said today. But for now, USDA experts said, farm exports in the fiscal year beginning July 1 still are expected to be worth $17 billion to $19 billion. That estimate was announced several months ago and would be second only to the record $20 billion worth of farm Daily Kecord Board of Trade COURT HOUSE Licenses to Wed— Michael C. Harms, 23, and Deborah A. Prill, 19, both of Lanesboro; Larry W. Glynn, 28, and Paula M. Altic, 20, both of Dunlap; Dwight 0. Bluml, 24, and Sharla J. Heinrichs, 19, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Linns Feed Service, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Deane Remsburg, Glidden, CMC; James J. or Janice K. Hoffman, Carroll, Dodge; Danny L. Braden, Glidden, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Janice M. and Harold Wilkens et al to Alvin J. and Hilda F. Steffes, one-half interest in Part of the SW'/i, Sec. 17, and SEV^SE 1 /^ Sec. 18, all in Twp. 82 N., Range 35 W. Henry and Genevieve Huegerich et al to Matt C. and Agnes Goetzinger, Part of Lot 1, Irreg. Sur. SWV4SEV4, Sec. 25, Twp. 84 N., Range 35 W. William J. and Coleen Esdohr et al to Larry F. and lelene M. Steffes, Part of SW'ANE'A, Sec. 30, Twp. 84 N., Range 33 W. Norbert J. and Zeida Gross to Norbert J. and Zelda Gross, SEV4SWV4 and N 1 /aSW 1 /4, Sec. 24, and SE l /4SEV 4 , Sec. 23, all in Twp. 85 N., Range 35 W. CHICAGO (AP) — Liquidating pressure turned farm commodity futures largely lower on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Soybeans were under most active selling, falling 17V 2 cents at one time. Soybean meal, soybean oil, wheat and corn also were lower. Oats were uneven. Iced broilers were Police Department— Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Clara M. Stringer and Raymond E. Stringer, both of Fort Dodge, were in collision at the intersection of U.S. 71 and the U.S. 71-30 cutoff Sunday, police reported. The front of ^.^i mwncio ncic the Raymond Stringer vehicle unchanged about Vz cent a was in collision with the Clara Pound higher. Stringer vehicle as both were Much of the selling in the northbound on U.S. 71, and the soybean complex was a Clara Stringer vehicle stopped carryover from last Friday's for a stop sign, police said. No session. The weakness appeared to be an expansion of the generally bearish attitude on commodities in the complex Other edible oils and meals that compete with soybean oil and meal in world markets are expected to be more abundant this year. Despite the expected lower acreage to be planted to soybeans in this country this year, much of the industry expects soybeans and products to continue in ample supply if normal weather conditions prevail. spuraeons wino wo mac REGISTER between April 1 and April 30 in our foundation department— no purchase necessary— winner need not be present at drawing! YOU MAY BE the winner of an all expense-paid vacation for two! One lucky customer from Spurgeon's Midwest stores will win! FLY AIR JAMAICA first class! Stay 4 days and 3 Montego Bay at the Casa Montego Hotel! injuries were reported. Three-Vehicle Accident- Cars driven by Michael N. Wilkens and Michael G. Lasher, both of Carroll, and a van driven by Randy G. Ehrichs, Denison, were in collision Saturday night on U.S. 30 near Main Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the front of the Lasher vehicle struck the rear 01 the Wilkens vehicle, which in turn struck the rear of the Ehrichs vehicle, police said. Lasher was charged with following too closely. No injuries were reported. Fire Department- Grass Fire— .Carroll firemen extinguished a grass fire near the KCIM radio towers south of Carroll Sunday afternoon. The fire started from sparks from an incinerator, Fire Chief Robert Wieland said. No damage was reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 5— Frances Weeks, Audubon Keith A. Stork, Lake View Jayne Adkins, Carroll Jay M. Tiefenthaler, Carroll Mary L. Gaffney, Carroll Paul C. Quandt, Carroll Admissions April &— Scott Boje, Carroll _ Mrs. Donald L. Petschauer, Carnarvon Mrs. Frank M. Smith, Auburn Steven D. Fiscus, Carroll GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.35 Corn, No. 2 yellow 225 Oats j 30 N.Y.Stocks nights m QirJamaicQ® Markets I Full Figures Enjoy Full fevable* Comfort Three styles—especially for the full figure. You feel comfortably controlled, soothed, smoothed under sleekest knit A. Fashion lace bra with cup underliner support pads and slipon shoulder strap comfort pads. Wide, wide underhand wide sides, back and closure for all around control and comfort. C 38-46, $4. D 40-48 4 50 B. Same styling in polyester/cotton for all-day wear C 3846, $3.50. D 40-48 $4 C. "You Never Had It So Light" longleg parity for full figures Firm, controlling lightweight powerknit. Smooth silky fabric- double control panels front and back. Wide, lace-edge cuffs! " '' $8 SHOP SPURGEON'S PRE-EASTER COURTESY NIGHT Open Wednesday Night till 9 p.m. Choose It and Charge It at Spurgeon's OMAHA, Neb. (AP) (USDA) - Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 6,000; barrows and gilts moderately active; weights 200-260 lt>s 25-50 higher; over 260 Ibs largely 25 higher, instances 50 higher; 75 head U.S. 1-2 200 Ibs 32.50; U.S. 1-3200-240Ibs31.2532.25; 2-3240260 Ibs 30.50-31.75. 24 260-325 Ibs 28.00-30.50; sows mostly 25 higher, instances 50 higher; 370-650 Ibs 27.00-27.35; Hot 380Ibs 27.65. Cattle and calves: 4,000; trade on modest Monday supply slaughter steers and heifers moderately active, 50-1.00 higher than previous Wednesday and as much as 1.50 higher than closing trade; cows 50-1.00 higher; scattered safes feeders firm; load choice and prime 1,075 Ibs steers 42.75; load and part load 1,025-1,150 ibs 42.2542.50; choice 1,000-1,290 Ibs 40.50-42.00; load choice and prime 950 Ibs heifers 42.25; moderate volume high choice and prime 975-1,100 Ibs 41.50 41.75; choice 850-1,075 Ibs 40.0041.50; utility and commercial cows 29.50-32.00; limited number utility dairy breds 32.2532.50; scattered sales high good and choice 975-1,025 Ibs feeder steers 40.00-40.50' several consignments choice514-581 Ibs heifers40.00. Sheep: 500; small supply slaughter lambs strong to 25 higher; slaughter ewes fully steady; few lots mostly choice 95-105 Ibs slaughter shorn lambs with No. 1-2 pelts 37.0038.00; cull and utility slaughter ewes 13.00-14.25. Estimated receipts Tuesday: Cattle and calves 5,000; hogs 5,500; sheep 500. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA)- lowa-Southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Monday 85,000; actual receipts Saturday 28,000; week ago 86,000; year a£oi9,ooo. Butchers steady to 25 higher; movement uneven ranging from moderately active to only fair; demand good; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib country points 30.25-30.50; packing plants 30.75-31.00, few 30.00-31,50; sows mostly Sheep: estimated receipts Monday 1,000; shorn slaughter lambs mostly steady Friday and Saturday, instances 1.00 higher; shorn lambs made up bulk of supply; shorn slaughter lambs choice and prime 90-105 Ib number one through fall shorn pelts 37.00-38.25; mixed good and choice 36.00-37.00. NEW YORK (AP) — Noon stock quotations: Allied Ch Allied Sirs Am Brds Am Can' Am Chain ACyanld Am H ome Am Motors Am Smelt Am Stand Am T*T Armst CK Bandag 1 nc Beat Fds Beet Dick Bendix A v Beth Stl Boeing Co Borden Brunswik BurNor Chrysler Con Edis Con Freight Con Oil CPC Intl CurlisWrt 0eere duPont East Kod Eltra CP Esmark Exxon Fairmont Firestone FooteMin F'ord Mot Fruehauf Ciamble Sko Oen Elec Gen Fds Gen Mot Gen PCm (J e n T It L Goodrich Goody ea r Greyhound Holidylnn Homestke IBM 111 Cent Int Harv Int T*T Interst P Iowa Beef Iowa III G I P*L Kan Nebr Kn'cott Kraft Krsge SS Led PCem Lionel Cp Lockheed Air Marcor Martin M Maytau Nat Gyp N Nat G Nucor Pa mida Penn Cent Penney Pep Col* Phil Pet PPG Prod Cm <JK Oats RCA Rey Ind Rockwll Safeway SaFe Ind Sear Rob Signal Co Southn Pac Sperry R S Oil Cal S Oil Ind Texaco Textron TRW UAL V Carbde Un Elec UPac C Uniroy al Unit Air Unit Brd US Gyp US Steel Westg El Wlckes CP Winnebago Woolwth 4 1 Vt 21* 37* 28 19% 23* 38 M. 9* 24% 14* 48 27* 36* 27% 32V, 14 22% 15% 42 17% 18* 17% 38 Mi 31% 11 39* 1»7% 106* 24% 30* 80 9* 15% 12 * 49 23 31U 54'/4 25* 49% 11* 24 20* 16* 15* 13* 85* 232* 17% 26* 22 16* 19* 'iB** 21>/4 16% 39* 41 29% 1S% 2>/4 4% 23% 17* 26* 13* 48* 17* 5* 2* 68% 57* 50% 26* 87% 25 18* 42* 26 3»* 33* 82* 1»% 33* 38* 28* 94* 27* 21* 18 * 25* 37'/4 14% 79 8% 25* 8* 21* 41% 18% 13% 6 Vt 17* U * 0 * o * D * D * U * D * D * D * D Vt D * D * D * U * D * D Vt D Vt D * D '/< D * D * D * D 1 D Vt U * D % D l'/4 D % D * U * S * u * D * U * D * V Vt D Vt D Vt U Vt D Vt D Vt D * D 3* D I D H U * U * u Vt V * u * D * D * D % D Vt D Vt D * D * D * D * D * D % D % D * D 1* D * D * U * U 1 u * D * D * D Vt D * D Vt D * D Vt D * D 1* D * D * D Vt D * D * D * about four miles south of Burlington. Fire officials said a passerby reported the fire about 3 a.m. after lie said he smelled gas and heard an explosion. Chaban-Delmas and Edgar Faure — twice a premier in the 1950's and now prsident of the National Assembly — previously said they would run. WASHINGTON (AP) -Detective Anthony T. Ulasewicz probed the private lives of more than a dozen senators and other political figures in 50 separate investigations during President Nixon's first term, Sen. Lowell P. Weicker Jr. says. Weicker, a member of the PARIS (AP) — Finance Minister Vaiery Giscard weiCKeri a meinuei - m UK d'Estamg today officially senate Watergate committee, announced his candidacy in gaid he has obtained White the May 5 presidential House {Ues sno w in g the full election. ..... scope of the activities of the He is the third candidate to former New Yor k City detec- enter the race from the coah- tive wno told the pane , last tion that has governed France since Gen. Charles de Gaulle became president in 1958. Forme r Premier Jacques summer his primary mission at the White House was to probe allegations of "political dirt." Deaths, Funerals GODFRED OLSON Godfred Olson, 85, of Odebolt died Friday, April 5, at the Veterans Hospital in Omaha, Neb. Services will be held at 10:30 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) Surging interest rates dealt another body blow to the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 7.90 at 839.64, and declinesoverpowered advances by 4 to 1 in light trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Bankers Trust Co. of New York raised its prime lending rate today from 9V 2 to 10 per cent, and other banks across the nation were expected to adopt 10 per cent rates soon. "When you have equities competing with high-interest debt issues, it's bound to work t o t h e disadvantage of equities," said Jack Salomon at Thomson & McKinnon Auchincloss Kohlmeyer Inc. First Mortgage Investors was the Big Board's most-active stock, down % at 5 l /4. Last week Moody's Investors service withdrew its rating on the real estate investment trust's commercial paper. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was down .79 at 95.12. Other Big Board issues on the active list included Mesa Petroleum, up 1 at 22. The company said it was considering divesting itself of its agribusiness operations. The Amex volume leader was Syntex, down 2 1 A at 43%, after hitting a 1974 low of 43'4. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at 49.10, down .45. Arcadia Bull Sells at Top Witt & Son, Arcadia registered Angus breeders, had the top selling bull at $3,400 Saturday at the "Open to the World Angus bull sale at Atkinson, Neb. The grand champion bull, shown by Jerome Gasa, Sandhill livestock firm, Emerson, Neb., sold for $1,975 and the reserve, shown by Haas Farms, Inc., Veteran, Wyo., brought $1,600. Fifty-one bulls sold for an average of $1,302 and a total of $66,415, according to Percy H. Upton, secretary and sales manager of the Nebraska Angus Assn., Madison, Neb. lowaii Killed in Plane Crash WINTHROP, Iowa (AP)—Edmund .Elroy Yarrington, 33, rural Independence, was killed Saturday when the light plane he was piloting crashed in a farm field northwest of Winthrop, Buchanan County authorities said. The sheriff's department said Yarrington was alone in the aircraft which crashed into a field owned by Maurice Sherren. Hospitalized Marie Danner of Templeton is a patient in Room 822, Nebraska Methodist Hospital, 8303 Dodge Street, Omaha, Neb. 68114. a.m. Tuesday at the Farber and Otteman East Chapel, Odebolt, with the Rev. Palmer Sellstrom officiating. Burial will be in the Odebolt Cemetery with military graveside rites. Masonic services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the East Chapel. Mr. Olson was born in Sweden. He came to the United States at the age of 15 years and farmed in this area. His only survivors are nieces and nephews. Tornado Research AMES, Iowa (AP)—A research project on tornadoes may help forecasters make more accurate predictions about the deadly storms. An Iowa State University team has analyzed Iowa tornadoes and determined that 70 per cent of them come from the southwest. The study, conducted by Dr. John L. Stafford, a physics professor, and Charles Notis, a former student, also reported that the remaining 30 per cent of the storms come from the west or northwest. The two-man team analyzed a 13-year history (1959-71) of 386 Iowa tornadoes and discovered that they are of two distinct types: northeasterly advancing (NE) and southeasterly advancing (SE). The better-known NE variety heads from the southwest to the northeast. These two types occur at distinct times of the year. The NE tornadoes are more commonly reported in the spring and sometimes in the fall, while SE storms peak in July. The ultimate result of the Iowa State research may be the addition of tornado-movement direction to storm warnings on radio and television. By looking at a weather chart for the upper atmosphere, where air flow steers thunderstorms and their offspring tornadoes, a forecaster would be able to approximately predict a storm's direction on days conducive to tornado development. Reunion of Original Patrol WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—John R. Hattery, Nevada, the first chief of the Iowa Highway Patrol, was among those attending a reunion of the members of the original Iowa Highway Patrol force of 1935. Hattery was appointed to the post Aug. 1, 1935. Also attending the event was Joe Dixon of Fort Dodge, who had retired as a lieutenant. Of the 50 members of the first patrol, only three attended the affair Saturday night, which also honored 100 men who were retiring after 20 years of service TO ACCEPT DUES Vern Heithoff, clubhouse manager at the Carroll Municipal Golf Course, will be in the clubhouse between 4 p.m. arid 8 p.m. April 9 and 10 to accept membership dues City Manager Arthur Gute said Monday. Gute said no date has been set for the opening of the course.

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