Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 11, 1974 · Page 2
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Scattered showers or thunderstorms becoming more numerous tonight with locally heavy rains possible. Cooler tonight. Low mostly 40s. Chance of occasional rain and cooler Friday. High 50's northwest, low 60's southeast. Extended Forecast . . . Extended outlook Saturday through Monday: chance of rain ending Saturday. Mostly fair Sunday and Monday Charged in Slaying DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Walter L. Swenson, 34, Des Moines, was being held Under $200,000 bond after pleading innocent to a charge of murder in connection with the slaying of a Windsor Heights real estate and investment broker. William J. Baehler, 52, was fatally shot in a bar at the Hotel Savery in downtown Des Moines Wednesday. Swenson was arrested in a parking lot by two special state liquor agents who said they witnessed the shooting. A preliminary hearing for Swenson was scheduled for Thursday morning by District Associate Judge Howard Brooks. Polk County Medical Examiner Dr. R. C. Wooters said Baehler died almost instantly when a .45 caliber slug entered his head at the rear of the skull. Wooters said Baehler also had several bruises on his scalp. Investigators did not reveal" any motive for the slaying but one officer said there was some kind of any argument over a girl at the bar. Swenson is a train engineer at North Western Railway. Baehler was president of Investors Service Corp., which provides service to commercial real estate investors. Temperatures below normal beginning of period, warming* trend around Monday. Highs 50s to 60s. Lows 30s to low 40s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily TempuraturesCourtesy of .. tow* Public Service Co. I Yesterday's high 66 Yesterday's low 42 At 7a.m. today 50 At 10a.m. today 49 Precipitation (24 hours prior to id a.m.) 33 inch of rain Jaycees Set Easter Egg Hunt The Jaycees will sponsor an Easter egg hunt at 1 p.m. Saturday for children aged 1-10 at the east side shelterhouse of Swan Lake, Chairmen of the project are Scott Heinrichs and Algene Snyder. Also at the Wednesday meeting, it was announced that boys can still sign up for Little League at the Carroll County State Bank or the Chamber of Commerce office. Roy Van Scoy is the secretary of Little League, and Robert Beeson is the commissioner and treasurer. Jaycee elections will beheld April 24 at the Red Carpet Lounge. . * Animals • Primary Continued from Page 1 candidates will be unopposed. Candidates include: Ewoldt township — clerk, Alvan H. Hansen, Democrat, and trustee, Ben Sextro, Democrat; Union township — clerk, Henry M. Johnson, Republican, and trustee, Dale M. George, Republican; Richiand township — clerk, Ge~orge Slocum. Republican, and trustee, Edwin J. Kult, Democrat; Maple River township — clerk, Elmer A. Nees, Democrat, and trustee, Richard J. Baumhover, Democrat; Pleasant Valley township — clerk, Joe W. Schmitz, Democrat; and trustee, Adrian Halbur, Democrat. Washington township — clerk, Ronald Frahm, Democrat, and trustee, no candidate; Newton township — clerk, Louis Hoffman, Democrat, and trustee, Frank J. Hoffman, Democrat; < Jasper township — clerk, Ralph Widman, Republican, and trustee, Ralph Jorgensen, Republican; Arcadia township — clerk, Herman Leiting, Democrat, and trustee, Louis Schweers, Democrat; Kniest township — clerk, Wilbur Neumayer, Democrat, and trustee, no candidate; Sheridan township — clerk, Carl Bruggeman, Republican, and trustee, George Otto, Democrat; Roselle township — clerk, Jerome Broich, Democrat, and trustee, no candidate. Other unopposed candidates in the primary election for state representative seats include: Republicans — Leonard J. Koessel, Lake View, 47th District; Wayne Bennett, Galva, 48th district; and Robert D. Henke, Guthrie Center, 56th district. Unopposed Democrats for representative seats include: R. G. Miller, Rockwell City, 47th District, and C. W, Hutchins, Guthrie Center, 56th district. KIWANIS MEETS Mrs. Mabel Strange of Carroll presented slides and told of her trip to the Holy Land during the Kiwanis meeting Wednesday night. Wayne Daniels, president-elect, presided and served as program chairman. Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Young horse 5 Flying mammal 8 Dog's sound 12 Martian (comb, form I 13 Epoch 14 Not closed 15 Jump 16 Light brown 17 Church part 18 Stripling 19 Worsted fabric 21 Falsify 22 Expert 24 English city 26 Used to catch rabbits 28 Succinct 29 Relative lab.) 30 Yellow bugle plant 31 Presidential nickname 32 Dance step 33 Dropsy 35 Paces 38 Dexterous 39 Muse of poetry 41 Make a mistake 42 Vexes (coll.) 46 Make lace 47 Scottish sheepfolds 49 Fox (Scot.) 50 Tendency 51 Restless hankering 52 Hen product 53 One time 54 This (Sp. I 55 Observe 56 One who (suffix) DOWN 1 Genus of herbs 2 Mountain nymphs 3 Burdensome 4 Acme 5 Stupid (Fr.) 6 Sandarac tree 7 Chinese dynasty 8 Genus of nonvenomous snakes 9 Pome fruit • (pi.) 10 Dwell permanently 11 Joints of legs 19 Comet's tail 20 Raises 23 Package 25 Expunger 27 Feminine appellation 28 Upsets 33 Herons 34 Control 36 Open to public perusal 37 Posture 38 Eagle's nest 40 Musteline mammal 43 Followers 44 Theater stall 45 Brink 48 Tibetan uriaJ 50 Genus of cattle (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN ) Times Herald, Carroll, la. f\ Thursday, April II, 1974 *Meggison Ruling to Be Made Monday District Court Judge James C. Smith, Carroll, is expected to set a date Monday for a ruling on the motion for a change of venue in the trial of Loren E. Meggison, 34, Urbandale. Meggison is charged with assault with intent to commit murder in connection with a shooting here in November. Carroll County Attorney Ronald Eich said Thursday he expected the date for the ruling to be set for Monday, April 22. Meggison's trial had originally been scheduled to begin Monday, April 15. But Judge R. K. Richardson, Jefferson, granted a continuance in the case. No trial date will be set until a ruling has been made on the motion asking the trial be moved from Carroll County. In the change of venue petition, Meggison's attorneys, Russell Wunschel, Carroll, and Lawrence Scalise and Robert Gamble, both of Des Moines, contend Meggison could not receive a fair trial in Carroll, Greene, Calhoun, Sac, Crawford and Audubon Counties. However, a county was not listed where they feel a fair trial could be held. Meggison, preseident of Meggison Real Estate, Inc., is charged" in connection with the shooting of James R. Coppock, 32, Council Bluffs, outside the Red Carpet Lounge here. 3 Named for Ray Fund-raiser Three persons have been named as Carroll County chairmen for a fund-raising dinner for Iowa Gov. Robert Ray's 1974 campaign Thursday, May 23 in Des Moines. They are Douglas E. Polking, Breda, Republican county chairman; Mrs. Verna E. Frank, Carroll, county co-chairman, and Robert Gregory, Scranton, county finance chairman. Heading the statewide effort is Bill Friedman, Jr., a Des Moines businessman. The dinner is the first organized fund-raising project since Ray announced he would be a candidate for re-election on February 20. Tickets for the dinner, to be held at Veteran's Memorial Auditorium, may be ordered through Republican county chairmen in all Iowa counties," Friedman said. Friedman said tickets are $100 each and that all purchases will be made public. "This policy goes beyond the Iowa Campaign Disclosure Act," Friedman said, "which exempts political contributions of $100 or less from public listing for a statewide campaign." Friedman said the dinner theme will be "A Nite with Bob Ray and Friends." Youth to Hold Sunrise Service The Senior High Youth Fellowship of the First United Presbyterian Church will sponsor an Easter sunrise service at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. A breakfast will follow the service, served by the youth and their mothers. Proceeds will be used to support the Senior High Youth Fellowship activities. Young people who will participate in the service include Roxanne Ohde, Julie Evans and Terry Shields. Maureen Ohde will be the organist. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson will deliver the Easter message. Ushers will be Reginald Conrad, David Olson and Jeff Petersen. The youth group has sponsored the traditional service for many years. The church school and confirmation class will meet at 9:15 a.m. on Easter. The chancel choir will present an anthem and the pastor will give a sermon during the 10:30 a.m. service. •Hot Off the Wir* Terrorists Kill 18, Then Blow Themselves Up QIRYAT SHMONAH, Israel (AP) — Three Arab terrorists sneaked across the Lebanese border into this little Israeli town today, killed 18 men, women and children and then blew themselves up as Israeli troops stormed the apartment building where they were hiding, senior police officers said. "They were even armed with rocket-propelled grenades and they were throwing children from the top floor of the building," said an officer in a bulletproof vest, standing outside the scarred and ransacked apartment bloc. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa Senate has stuck by its version of a pay plan for 21,000 employes covered by the merit system, and turned down a version offered by the House. The Senate voted 31-17 Wednesday to reject the House amendment to the bill the Senate originated. The Senate version would appropriate $7.2 million to the merit plan to fund "ajust- ments." The adjustments would average fi.5 per cent pay increases. .But Sen. Elizabeth Shaw, R-bavenport, said individual employes' increases would vary as their merit system classification was compared to similar jobs outside government. JERUSALEM (AP) — Premier Golda Meir formally submitted her resignation today, plunging the nation into political upheaval and clouding prospects for peace in the Middle East. BAD AXE, Mich. (AP) President Nixon's whirlwind trip through rural Michigan revealed considerable anti-Nixon feeling beneath a friendly, respectful welcome. But there was little evidence it will affect next Tuesday's special congressional election. State Republican Chairman William McLaughlin was the only major figure in either party to say that Nixon's Wednesday visit could be decisive in the contest between Republican James Deaths, Funerals FREDERICK FURNE Frederick Furne, 30, of Battle Creek, brother of Mrs. Walter (Frances) Gute of Carroll, was killed Wednesday, April 10, when he fell beneath the wheels of a trailer being used to transport utility poles and was run over. Authorities said Furne was working with a crew removing old utility poles just south of U.S. Highway 30 on t'ne Denison Country Club road. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at St. John's Lutheran Church in Battle Creek, with burial there in Mt. Hope Cemetery. The Christensen Funeral Home, Battle Creek, is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Furne is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Furne Sr., and grandmother, Mrs. Anna Hansen, all of Battle Creek; eight brothers, Richard of Ruth, Mich., Edward J., Dennis and Willis of Atlantic, Roger } Kendall and Craig of Battle Creek and Wesley of Ft. Riley, Kan.; and four sisters, Mrs. Gute of Carroll, Mrs. Alvin Shrimpton of Atlantic, Mrs. Jerry Jensen of Kimballton and Mrs. Curtis Winther of Audubon. MRS. GEORGE B. WERDEL Mrs. George B. (Hilda P.) Werdel, 85, of 123 North Logan Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colo., died April 7 in a Colorado Springs nursing home. She was a former Carroll resident and since 1948 had lived at Colorado Springs, where she was co-owner and manager of the Cozy Court. The funeral mass was celebrated Wednesday in Divine Redeemer Roman Catholic Church, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery, all at Colorado Springs. The rosary was recited Tuesday at the Nolan Funeral Home. Mrs. Werdel was born Dec. 19, 1888, in Cannon Falls, Minn., and was married in St. Paul, Minn., June 21,1916. She was a charter member of Divine Redeemer Church, Women's Club and Legion of Mary at Colorado Springs and a member of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters 6f America, of Carroll. She is survived by a son Kenneth Werdel, Washington, D. C.: a daughter, Delores Werdel, San Mateo, Calif.,, four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; a brother, Herman Hommedal, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and several nieces and nephews. Her husband preceded her in death March 28,1973. TALK ON DAY CAMP Girl Scout Day Camp was the main topic of discussion at the Girl Scout leaders meeting Tuesday. Information and brochures on the camp were distributed. The possibility of increasing the girls' dues at weekly meetings was discussed. The leaders' annual meeting is scheduled for April 22. JOHN MEYER LAKE VIEW - John Meyer, 66, Lake View, died of a heart attack in Sac City on April 9, Tuesday. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Lake View. The Rev. Donald Gibson officiated. Pallbearers were Russell Auen, Jack McConnell, Kenneth Bromley, Martin Mauer, Henry Beckman and Gaylord Miller. Interment was in the Carnarvon cemetery. He was born March 2, 1908, at Langford, S.D., the son of Roelf and Hempa Meyer. Mr. Meyer is survived by four brothers, Bert, Mobridge, S.D., Andrew, Hettinker, N.D., Ernest, Carnarvon, and George, Wall Lake; three sisters, Hilka Townsend, St. Paul, Minn., Tena Wright, and Jennie Meyer, both of Carnarvon. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Henry, Roelf, Clarence and Freddie. AUGUST JOHNSON -Times Herald News Service LAKE CITY — August H. Johnson, 95, of Rockwell City, formerly of Lake City, died here Wednesday afternoon, April 10, at Stewart Memorial Hospital. He was a retired restaurant operator. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, with the R'ev. Harold Belsheim ."officiating. Graveside services and burial will, be at.2 p.m. Saturday at the Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington. Mr. Johnson was born at Varel, Germany, May 7, 1878, a son of Eilert and Mary Johnson. He came to Iowa in 1887 and lived at Lake City for 50 years. For the last five years he resided at the Sunnyview Retirement Home, Rockwell City. He was a member of the Lake City Baptist Church and Odd Fellows Lodge and a charter member of the Lake City Kiwanis Club. Surviving are two sons, Melbourne of Wheaton, 111., and Mark of Huntington Beach, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Dorothy) Rauch of Lake City and Mrs. Dale (Shirley) Bawden of Rockwell City; eight grandchildren and a brother, Emil Johnson of Muscatine. Mr. Johnson was preceded in death by his first wife, Clara Oetjen, in 1910; his second wife, Myrtle Jordan, in 1971; two brothers and two sisters. Lutherans Set Tenebrae Rites St. Paul Lutheran Church will hold a tenebrae service at 1 p.m. on Good Friday. The service commemorates the suffering and death of Christ on the cross, the Rev. Timothy Koenig said. Seven candles on the altar will represent the seven last words of Christ on the cross. The service will be divided into seven parts. A scripture reading will precede the extinguishing of a candle until one remains. The last candle will be removed from the chancel, symbolizing fading light as Christ died or the fading loyalty of his disciples. Besides the Rev. Koenig. three high school boys will read the scriptural sections — Dan Grade, Jerry Fleshner and Jeff Jung, A solo will be sung by Marvin Toft. SURGICAL PATIENT Leonard Schechinger of Carroll had lung surgery Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha, Neb. His address is St. Joseph's Hospital, 2305 South Tenth, Room 258, Omaha, Neb. 68100. Sparling and Democrat J. Robert Traxler. WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. Otto E. Passman, D-La., says a former Louisiana governor is among a syndicate of businessmen who have offered President Nixon $1 million for his controversial vice presidential papers. Passman disclosed Wednesday that the one-time governor, James A. Noe, had wired him asking to be included for $100,000 in any syndicate being formed to buy the papers. WASHINGTON (AP) ~ Banknote serial numbers appear to contradict the swom testimony of Texas attorney Jake Jacobsen about a $10,000 fund earmarked for former Treasury Secretary John B. Connally, according to sources familiar with the case. Two sources said the serial numbers indicate the money was not in circulation at the time Jacobsen swore it went into a bank safe-deposit box. Jacobsen has pleaded innocent to a perjury indictment New York Stocks New York (AP) -Noon stock quotations: stock quotations: Allied Ch 41% U Allied Strs 21% D Am Brds 37% D Am Can 27% D % Am Chain 18% D % ACyanid 23 AmHome 38% D % Am Motors 9% D % Am Smell 24% u V 4 AmStand 14% U '/. Am TfcT 46% ArmstCk 26% D Vi Atl Richfld 19% D % AvcoCorp 6 'A Bandaglnc 26% V >/ t Beat Fds 19% D % Beet Dick 36% D % BendU Av 27% D % Beth Stl 32% BoeingCo M'/i D % Borden 22 D % Brunswik IS'/, U % BurNor 42 U % Chrysler 17% Con Edis 18% U % Con Freight 17% Con Oil 37% D % CPC Intl 32% Curtis Wrt 10% U % Deere 40% U % duPont i«9% East Kod 105% U % Eltra CP 24% Esmark 30% U % Exxon 78% D 1% Fairmont 8% D % Firestone 16% U 'A FooteMin 12 Ford Mot SO Fruehauf 22% Gamble Sit o 31% t> % Gen Fds zs% D % Gen Mot' so GenPCm n % 17 V4 GenTftL 23% Goodrich 20% (J '/» Goodyear 16% D % Greyhound 15% Holidylnn 13% D 14 Homestke 85 U % IBM 230 D 'A III Cent 18% U % Int Har_v 26% U % Int T*T 21% Interst P 15% D % Iowa Beef 20 laELtVP 14% Iowa III G 16% la PAL 21 Kan Nebr 16% Kn'cott 39% Kraft 41% D % Krsge SS 30% Leh PCem 19 Lionel Cp 2% Lockheed Air 4% D % Marcor 23% D % Martin M 17% 0 % Maytag 27% D % Meredith 9% D % Nat Gyp 131/4 N Nat G 49 U Nucor igvi Pamida 5% D Penn Cent 2% Penney $»'/< U Pep Cola S8V4 U Phil Pet 50% D PPG 2«% D Proct Gm a.6% D OK Oats 24% RCA 18 >/ 4 Rey Ind 41% D Rockwll 26% D Safewy 38% D Safe Ind 34% Sear Rob 11% D Signal Co 1»% v Southn Pac 32% Sperry R 18% D S Oil Cal 27% D S Oil Ind 92% D Texaco 27% D Textron 20% D TRW ie* D UAL 26% U U.Carbde 38% Un Elec 14% UPac C 78% D % Uniroyal 9% Unit Air 27'/4 D % Unit Brd 7% D % US Gyp 21 D % US Steel 42% U % Wesig El it% Wickes Cp 13% D % Winnebago e% U % W o o 1 w t h 17 '/4 Markets DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA)- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receiptsThursday 58,000; actual receipts Wednesday 91,000; week ago 96,000; year ago 54,000. Butchers generally 25-50 lower; movement rather slow; demand fairly good; U.S. 1-3 200-2)0 Ibs at country points 30.2S-30.50; packing plants 30.9M1.00; few 3t.0041.50; sows 2S to instances SO lower, U.S. M 270430 lbaJ6.2S-27,50. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 600; slaughter lambs 1.00 higher Wednesday; choice and prinie shorn 90-100 Ibs mostly with No. 1 pelts 39.00-40.00, few choice with end good3B.00-J9.00. OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-Uvettock quotations Thursday: Hogs: 5,000; barrows and gilts uneven, steady to 2S lower, instances SO lower; 1-2 200220 Ibs 32.25; 1 consignment 225 Ibs 32.50; 200-250 Ibs 31.0042.2S; sows 1.00-1.25 lower; MMSO Ibs 25.SO-J8.50; I consignment 393 Ibs 27.00. Cattle and calves: MO; steers and heifers steady but not enough to fully establish trade; cows steady; part load choice with few prime 1,150 Ibs steers 42.50; high good and choice »7H'«01b»;*.SMi..»;^w"; % % % % % % % % % % % that charges him with lying to a Watergate grand jury by saying the money stayed in the box for 2V Z years, until taken out in the presence of an FBI agent last Nov. 27. WASHINGTON (AP) -The White House today made a last minute offer to provide some of the tapes requested by the House Judiciary Committee for its impeachment inquiry, but it appeared to come too late to head off a subpoena for all the tapes requested. "It's a little late to make a deal," said Rep. Robert Kastenmeier, D-VVis., after committee counsel John Doar told of a last-minute telephone call from President Nixon's counsel. Doar said James St. Clair said he would be willing to give the committee within the next few days a number of specific conversations between President Nixon and his chief aides that the committee believes relate to the Watergate cover-up. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)~ The Iowa Supreme Court has been criticized for issuing opinions on a bill before it was given final legislative approval. Sen. Willard Hansen, R-Cedar Falls, made the criticisms Wednesday as the Senate amended and then concurred with House amendments to a bill remodeling the state's 24 professional and occupational licensing boards. WASHINGTON (AP) - A spokesman for the Internal Revenue Service has declined to comment on a report that the IRS had requested a grand jury investigation of possible criminal conspiracy in the preparation of President Nixon's tax returns. The New York Times, citing "well-placed sources," reported today that IRS Commissioner Donald C. Alexander had asked Watergate special prosecutor Leon Jaworski to start the probe, to focus on Nixon's claim of a $576,000 deduction for donating his pre presidential papers to the National Archives. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— The L. A. Smith Company, Carroll, Peterbilt; Dean Corson, Coon Rapids, Honda; Othmer Boeckman, Breda, Honda; John W. Drees, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Walter Wittrock, Halbur, Ford; Cindy A. Goetzinger, Carroll, Chevrolet; Iowa Public Service, Carroll. Chevrolet; Halbur Implement Company, Halbur, Plymouth. Real Estate Transfers- William F. Jentzen to Vera M. Jentzen, Part of EVzSEVi, Sec. 7, Twp. 83 N., Range 36 W. Sheriff's Office One-Car Accident— A car driven by Allyn J. Kasperbauer, Carroll, overturned Wednesday night about three and a half miles northeast of Carroll along a county gravel road, Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass reported. Bass said the vehicle overturned when Kasperbauer attempted to steer the vehicle back onto the road after driving too far to the right. No injuries were reported. Fire Department Grass Fire— An unidentified trucker driving on U.S. 30 Wednesday night turned in a report of a fire four miles west of Carroll and a half mile south. When firemen arrived at the scene they found a farmer burning grass, Fire Chief Robert Wieland said. The fire was not out of control and firemen did not extinguish the blaze. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 9— Mrs. Bertha McQueen, Bayard Mrs. Charles R. Van Hecke, Carroll Admissions April 10— Brenda M. Colbert, Coon Rapids Mrs. Donald Smouse, Coon Rapids Mrs. Crescentia Jung, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Allan R. Sander, Arcadia, a daughter, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Heithoff, Atlantic, a daughter Jennifer Ann, April 7. Grandparents are Mrs. Esther Heithoff, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Keller, Carter Lake. Mrs. Clara Schaeuble, Templeton, is the great-grandmother. STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Streeter, Lanesboro, a girl, Monday. Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Hare, Carroll, a boy, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Steig, Denison, a girl, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Burley, Gowrie, a boy, Wednesday GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.85 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.32 Oats i.so Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market retreated slowly in very quiet trading today as a 10 per cent prime interest rate spread through the banking industry. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 2.89 at 840.82 at midday, and declines outnumbered advances by about 4-to-3 on the New York Stock Exchange. Brokers said most investors were waiting on the sidelines to see if the recent surge in interest rates, as mirrored by the rise in the prime, would continue. The Amex volume leader was Champion Home Builders, unchanged at 5 The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at 49.09, down .15. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Most farm commodity futures fell back on the Chicago Board of Trade today under liquidating pressure. Soybean futures declined around 10 cents a bushel, while corn was down nearly 7 cents and oats 3 cents. Soybean meal eased $2 a ton while soy oil declined some 60 points. Wheat futures were uneven. -, . .. ons Choice ttM.WO Ibs heifers aqM and commercial cows 2».OM1.M; few utility dairy breds 32.00. FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, APRIL 13 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp The markets showed some improvement this week Anyone wanting green, thin calves for grass, please contact uv We have calves here daily for your needs. W« have the finest order buying service available in the area If you have native livestock to move please call us, we will help you sell them. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 9 W.F. heifer calves — thin & vacc. — 460 Ibt,' 7 Crossbred heifer calves — green — 475 Ibs. 2 Charolais heifers — 475 Ibs. 4 W.F. & Black W.F. heifers - thin - 525 Ibs. 6 Mixed crossbred steer & heifer calves — 475 Ibs. Plus many more by sale time. Also some baby calves. HOGS Always several pens of pigs of all weights. MISC. Some small articles. C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Owners and Operators Barn Phone 792-2572 Located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30. '/TNbrth Paul Grote

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