Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 12, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 12, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy with occasional showers or thrunderstorms today. Warmer east today. Considerable cloudiness with chance of showers and cooler tonight and Saturday. High today upper 50s northwest to 60s south and east. Low tonight around 40 west and in the 40s east. High Saturday 50s north to low 60s south. Iowa Extended Forecast Sunday through Tuesday Generally fair with little or n o precipitation indicated RAIN through the period. Temperatures will average below normal with warming trend Tuesday. Highs 40s and low 50s Sunday and Monday—and 50s to low 60s Tuesday. Lows upper 20s to low 30s Sunojay and Monday and in the 30s Tues'day. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high ....59 Yesteday's low 49 48 At 10 a.m. today .45 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 10 a.m.) .19 inches of rain Boyle is Convicted; to Seek a New Trial MEDIA, Pa. (AP) - W. A. "Tony" Boyle's attorney says he will seek a new trial for the former president of the United Mine Workers, convicted of murdering union rival Joseph ."Jock" Yablonski. The jury which returned its verdict Thursday evening also found the ailing 72-year-old Boyle, now serving a three-year federal sentence for misuse of UMW funds, guilty of killing Yablonski's wife and daughter on Dec. 31, 1969. The convictions carry a mandatory life term. No date was set for sentencing. Defense lawyer Charles F. Moses, claiming the evidence Will Note 25th Anniversary Of Legion Auxiliary (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM— Plans were discussed for an observance of the 25th anniversary of the DeWitt Loustaunau unit of the American Legion Auxiliary at the regular monthly meeting. Several committees are working on various projects for the celebration. Mrs. Maurice Hoffman presided and prayer was led by Mrs. Joe Tigges. The awards received for attaining membership goal were displayed. Mrs. Hoffman told about the poppy poster contest and the district conference. Games, puzzles, toys or any used articles members are collecting for the Woodward school should be brought to the May meeting. The nominating committee appointed are Coletta Wiskus, Mrs. Norbert Meiners and Mrs. Alois Schreck. Mrs. Alois Irlbeck reported on the rug for the kitchen project. Door prize was won by Dorthy Irlbeck. Lunch was served at tables with Easter centerpieces by Mrs. Clarence Tunning, Mrs. Paul Klocke, Mrs. William Meshek, Mrs. Ben G. Klocke, Mary Bekehermes, Mrs. Robert Peter and Mrs. Anna Tunning. Nine Methodists Are Confirmed MANNING — Nine young people, members of the First Methodist Church in Manning were confirmed during services on Sunday morning April 7. The young people confirmed were Tom Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee; Michael Sebring, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sebring; Russell Ruhde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rudhe; Sandra Falck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Falck, Linda Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hansen, Sue Ann Stribe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stribe, Lisa Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nelson, Beth Myer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Myer, and Julie Karsten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Karsten. Linda Hansen was honored at a confirmation dinner on April 7. Fifteen guests attended the dinner in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hansen. An additional 13 persons were afternoon guests. The second grade classes of the Manning Elementary School visited the dairy farm owned by Lester Dammann on Tuesday morning. The second grade teachers chaperoning the children were Miss Harrington, Miss Woodrich and Miss Johnson. was insufficient, said he would file a motion next week for a new trial. Special Prosecutor Richard A. Sprague, who charged Boyle had ordered Yablonski killed and then authorized $20,000 in union funds to finance it, said: "This man used the blood and sweat of miners for killing." Sprague previously had convicted or obtained guilty pleas from eight others in the Yablonski case. "Boyle was the originator," Sprague said. "We got back to the beginning and that's where we stop." The jury of nine men and three women deliberated 4% hours before returning a verdict. Members of the Boyle and Yablonski families were on opposite sides of the hushed courtroom's center aisle when the verdict .was read. All had their eyes riveted on the whitefaced defendant sitting erect and unmoving in the carved armchair. Boyle's wife was heard to whisper, "He didn't have anything to do with it." His daughter, Antoinette, held back tears and bit her lips as she rubbed her eyes. Kenneth and Joseph Yablonski Jr., the two lawyer sons of the slain union leader, clenched and unclenched their fists and scowled. Kenneth Yablonski, who had found the bodies five days after his parents and sister were slain as they slept in their rural Clarksville home in southwestern Pennsylvania, embraced Sprague. "You know how happy I am," he said, tears swelling in his eyes. Boyle left the courtroom escorted by marshals, turning first to wave to his wife and murmer, "Goodbye." Sprague built his case against Boyle primarily on the testimony of William Turnblazer, a former president of UMW District 19, embracing Kentucky and Tennessee. Turnblazer has pleaded guilty to federal charges of violating Yablonski's civil rights. This carries a life sentence. Turnblazer said Boyle gave the "kill Yablonski" order at a June 23, 1969, meeting in a hallway of the UMW building in Washington, D.C. The slayings occurred three weeks after Yablonski lost a bitter battle to unseat Boyle from the job he had held for nearly a decade. Elks Lodge Installs Officers Officers were installed Thursday night at the Elks Lodge. Howard Heisterkamp is the new exalted ruler. Other officers are Myron Johnson, leading knight; Robert Woodhouse, loyal knight; Ronald Eich, lecturing knight; Alfred Klocke, secretary; and Jerry Rolfes, treasurer. Others installed were Jack Thien, chaplain; Art Ricke, inner guards; Henry Schoenjahn, esquire; and Lyle Thelen, organist. Trustees named were Bill Hammen, Jack Stangl and Robert Badding. Past exalted rulers were honored as guests, and several attended. Robert Badding received an award for his year of service as exalted ruler. Awards were also presented to Harold Rice for his years of outstanding service to the lodge and to Duane Riesberg, who retired from the position of treasurer after many years. A dinner preceded the installation of officers. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 12, 1974 • Board Continued From Page 1 an extreme amount of cooperation between public school administrators and private school administrators" if passed. "But I'm glad to say we have this kind of cooperation in our district,'' he continued. Stroh said he does not feel the special education program in Carroll County will be hindered should the bill abolishing county school systems be passed. "The bill is designed for counties with nothing in the way of special education," he said, "I don't think Carroll County will be changed too much; I don't think we'll suffer. But that's only speculation," Stroh added. The superintendent said he favors the idea of having a separate board govern the special education programs in each area rather than having the area college board take on the special education programs along with running the colleges. "I agree on the separate board idea because it would be elected by local school board members. This will give the schools some control," Stroh said. The nexc regular meeting of the board is scheduled for Monday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the elementary media center in the central building. Reports Given At KOK Club ARCADIA — Mrs. Edward Lampman hosted the KOK Club Sunday afternoon in her home. Members answered roll call with current events. The program was presented by Mrs. Otto Grundmeier who reported on oysters, growing of spearmint and raising of cucumbers. The hostess served lunch after adjournment. Mrs. Henry Kasperson will host the May 5 meeting in her home. The Arcadia Senior Citizens (A.M.M.) Club held a card party April 9 with 42 attending. There were five tables of pinochle with Mrs. Leo Diers receiving high bid; Mrs. Margaret Hannach, high, and Mrs. Harry Grimsman, second. Sheephead winners were Mrs. Leona Vonnahme and Anna Tank with Mrs. Amanda Brockman receiving the draw prize. Seven up winners were Mrs. Hilegarde Hinners and Mrs. Hannah Schroeder. Door prizes went to Mrs. Ernest Kroeger, Mary Dentlinger and Ed Erps. The next card party will be April 23. Hispanic Unit Approved AMES, Iowa (AP)—The State Board of Regents has established a summer program in Spanish-speaking countries for students at Iowa's three state universities. The program, called the Regents' Hispanic Institute, will be an eight-week program with academic credit for undergraduates at the University of Iowa, Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa, as well as other qualified applicants. The site for the 1974 program is Burgos, Spain, although the proposal adopted by the regents at their meeting Thursday provides that future programs could be a"t other locations in the Spanish speaking world. The program is designed to give students an opportunity to study the language and Culture of the Hispanic countries in their native environments. Boy, 4, Dies in Gun Accident DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Unlond Welch, 4, Des Moines, died Thursday after aocidentally shooting himself in the head with what authorities said was a .357-caliber derringer pistol. Police said the youth and his brother and sister were playing with the loaded gun while waiting in the family car for their parents at Merle Hay Mall. Polk County Medical Examiner Dr. R. C. Wooters said the boy died about three hours after the mishap. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Renzo Welch of Des Moines. -Hot Off the Win Supplemental Income Payments Approved DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Authorization for the Department of Social Services to supplement the income of needy persons who do not qualify for federal supplemental security income (SSI) payments was approved 86-0 by the House Thursday. The bill goes to the Senate. A measure to appropriate more than $2.5 million to the department for the supplemental income payments was passed earlier by the House and awaits Senate action. Rep. Elmer Den Herder, R- Sioux Center, said there are some lowans who formerly qualified for old age assistance, aid to the blind or aid to the disabled who do not qualify under a new federal law for SSI. The federal SSI program which went into effect Jan. 1 abolished the old age assistance, aid to the blind and aid to the disabled programs. ROME (AP) — Despite his recent illness, Pope Paul VI will make his annual way-of- the-cross pilgrimage tonight, carrying a six-foot cross of light wood through the ruins of the Roman Forum. The frail, 76-year-old Roman Catholic pontiff will also carry out the rest of the annual Good Friday ritual, which requires him to kneel in the open for more than half an hour. WASHINGTON (AP) — Many customers who lease telephone lines for private use, including news services and the federal government, apparently are in for big increases in their telephone bills starting Sunday. "As far as I know it's going in,'' a spokesman for American Telephone and Telegraph Co. said Thursday night of a proposed change in its leased-line rate structure. Officials of the Federal Communications Commission, which in January granted a 90-day suspension of the proposed new rates, expiring Sunday, could not be reached. SAN FERNANDO, Philippines (AP) — For the sixth year, Juanito Piring, a laborer who earns about $7.50 a week when he works, was nailed to a Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— R. John Turner, Dedham, Kawasaki; John Jr., or Anna M. Cornelius, Carroll, Chevrolet; RaeJ. Westendorf, Carroll, Chevrolet; Melvin or Doris Stokes, Glidden, Ford; Regents Renew ISPIRG Pact AMES, IOWA (AP) - The State Board of Regents has renewed Iowa State University's contract with the Iowa Student Public Interest Research Group (ISPIRG) and has approved a similar first-time contract for the University of Northern Iowa. Both contracts with the student lobby group include negative check off funding mechanisms. This means that students at ISU and UNI will be assessed $1 a quarter or $1.50 a semester unless they check a box on a registration card saying they don't want to be. ISU President W. Robert Parks expressed support for the ISPIRG funding system. "I'm quite happy to see it continue (at ISU). The system is paying for itself," he said. Parks said students have two opportunities to indicate they don't want to contribute to ISPIRG. He spoke in response to remarks from several members of the board who questioned whether the negative check-off was unfair to students. Board President Mrs. H. Rand Petersen, Harlan, said she has received letters from 25 members of the Iowa Legislature who expressed support for ISPIRG. One of the interest group's projects involves lobbying at the General Assembly. The UNI contract proposal originally included a neutral check-off funding system. Under such a plan, students would have to indicate whether they wanted to contribute by checking either a "yes" or "no" box on a registration card. But after consulting with IS- PIRG members, UNI President John Kammerick amended the proposal to substitute a negative check-off with a provision that it be reviewed at the end of one year. Home Appoints Administrator AUDUBON — Directors of Friendship Home Association have appointed a new administrator for Friendship Home, a 100-room retirement home in Audubon. He is James Deal, 24, a native of Illinois who will receive his master's degree in retirement home administration next month at the University of Arizona. Deal will replace Mrs. Marie Nielsen, who is retiring after 10 years in the post. The new administrator also has a bachelor's degree from Western Illinois University at Macomb, 111. He will be married on May 25 and assume his new position in Audubon June. 1. Virgil J. or Florence E. Genzen, Manning, Oldsmobile; Herman or Lois Whitaker, Glidden, Pontiac; Culligan Soft Water Service Company, Carroll, Chevrolet; Thomas E. Olberding, Carroll, Harley-Davidson; Carl Wiederin, Carroll, OK trailer; William S. Davis, Coon Rapid's, Chevrolet; David J. Grabner, Breda, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Thomas W. and Judity A. Schapman to David D. and Peggie J. Halbur, Lot 25, Vanderheiden Addition to Carroll. Edward J. and Norma P. Marz to Phillip D. and Victoria K. Squibb, Lot 11, Block 8, Highland Park Addition to Carroll. Gene E. Menchingto Rickey R. and Vicki Bradley, Lot 8, Block 16, Blair's Addition to Glidden. James A. and Mary D. Butler to Barbara J. Collison, Lot 6, Btock 3, Neu Addition to Carroll. MAGISTRATE COURT Released on Bond- Daniel Toms, 26, Carroll, was released from the Carroll County jail Friday on bond after being held overnight on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily harm. Tomas was arrested Thursday afternoon by Sheriff's officers. He is charged in connection with the alleged assault on Mary Lou Gaffney, 20, 222 South Clark Street, last Friday night, Magistrate Frank Gach said. Miss Gaffney was hospitalized as a result of the alleged assault. POLICE DEPARTMENT Car-Truck Accident— A car driven by Donna R. Heisterkamp, Breda, and a truck driven by Terry J. Hulsebus, Carroll, collided at the intersection of North West and Fourteenth Street Thursday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Hulsebus vehicle was northbound on North West Street, and the Heisterkamp vehicle was eastbound on Fourteenth Street attempting to turn south, police said. Mrs. Heisterkamp was charged with failure to stop or yield. No injuries were reported ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 10— Mrs, Madge Armstrong, Manning Admissions Aoril 11— Steven P. Maher, Glidden Neil T. Steinkamp, Wall Lake Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .$4.82 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.26. Oats 1.30 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA)- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Friday 25,000; actual receipts Thursday 61,000; week ago 62,000; year ago S6.000. Butchers fully 50 higher; movement slow; demand fairly good; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 30.75-31.00; packing plants 31.00-31.50; few 30.5042.50; sows steady, U.S. 1-3 270J30 Ibs 27.25-27.50. Sheep: Estimated receipts Friday none; limited supply slaughter lambs steady Thursday; choice and prime shorn 90-110 Ibs with No. 1 pelts 39.00-40.00; good and choice 38.0W9.00. cross today as a Good Friday act of sacrifice. Piring, 33-year-old father of six, did not utter a sound as Medina Pamposa drove a silver painted, three-inch spike into the palm of each outstretched hand with two quick blows of his hammer. Medina was dressed as Marco, the Roman soldier who drove the nails into the body of Jesus Christ. Piring, in a white loin cloth, a curly wig and a crown of thorns, represented Christ. WASHINGTON (AP) -The White House, facing a House Judiciary Committee subpoena for tapes and documents, says it will turn over at least some of the materials. Presidential Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler oh Thursday said President Nixon would give the committee materials "consistent with his constitutional responsibilities." Ziegler said the materials, to be turned over within two weeks, would bear out the President's past explanations of his Watergate role and "re• Courts Continued From Page 1 But Knoke said the District Court still could order a new hearing if .it thought necessary. Doyle and Rep. Philip Hill, R-Des Moines, however, succeeded in defeating a similar Knoke amendment providing for taped records in criminal trials. Another substantive change in the bill would delay for one year the redistribution of the 19i part time magistrates among the counties. The law passed last year required the Iowa Supreme Court administrator to make the reallocation in January this year on the basis of the case loads they handle. Hill, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said the administrator doesn't have enough data after less than a year's experience with the magistrate system to make a valid reallocation. He said the administrator had started to make the reallocation as provided by law, but then told nominating commissions in all counties to ignore it until the legislature could act. Reps. Terry Branstad, R-Leland, and Mary Therese O'Halloran, D-Cedar Falls, tried for an amendment to require the administrator to pro- cede with the reallocation but it was voted down. They said the magistrates in their counties were overworked and had been promised an add i t i o n a 1 magistrate. Miss O'Halloran said the additional magistrate in Black Hawk County already has been sworn in and has started working. Zion Lutheran Confirms 11 ARCADIA — Eleven young people were confirmed on Palm Sunday at the Zion Lutheran Church in Arcadia by the Pastor, the Rev. L. Sawhill. They are Bette Anderson, Brian Brockman, Rick Erps, Kim Grundmeier, Gail Lamack, Scott Linde, Jay Luetje, Dennis Meggers, Karen Meyer, Gary Vetter and Dale Young, Mr. and Mrs. George Cole of Sutherland were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Diers. Julius Von Glon of Breda has been a patient at St. Joseph Hospital in Sioux City. Last Thursday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hayenga and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Druivenga. Von Glon suffered a broken hip several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andersen spent several days of the past week in the Alan Druivenga home in Waterloo. They returned home Saturday evening. Luncheon for Scherle A luncheon for Congressman William J. Scherle will be held Tuesday, April 15 at Tony's Restaurant in Carroll.. The public is invited. Reservations may be made by calling James B. Wilson, H. J. Kienapfel or Paul DeShaw. ceive the support of the House." WASHINGTON (AP) -The House has voted 281 to 43 to create a commission armed with sweeping authority over the commodities exchange industry, a booming business with an impact on prices of food and other basic products. The five-member Commodity Futures Trading Commission would watch over exchanges where contracts for the future delivery of products are bought and sold. Thursday's House vote sends the proposal to the Senate. Widespread support is expected there for the basic idea of the legislation, but moves may be made to strengthen the proposed agency. SAIGON (AP) -North Vietnamese troops and tanks today overran a ranger base 50 miles north of Saigon that had been under siege for almost 14 months, the Saigon command said. Government military sources said waves of South Vietnamese bombers retaliated within hours by leveling the base and attacking the Viet Cong headquarters at Loc Ninh, 25 miles farther north. MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Gov. George C. Wallace, whose campaign for re-election has been endorsed by a black mayor, is drawing small but firm numbers of black supporters to his campaign rallies. The mayor, Johnny Ford of Tuskegee, predicted Thursday that next month, for the the first time, Wallace will carry Macon County. The county is 83 per cent black. Blacks comprise only a fraction of the crowds which Wallace has drawn to his rallies as he seeks renomination to a third term in the May 7 Democratic primary. But blacks are a visible component in the Wallace re-election effort Their significance is expressed in the words of Willie Dubose, a black janitor in Troy, who says he holds "no hard feelings" against the man who once stood in the schoolhouse door. Deaths, Funerals REV. E. W. M. BREWER GLIDDEN — Word has been received here of the death of the Rev. E. W. M. Brewer of Ravenna, Neb., former pastor of Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden. He died of a heart attack Friday morning, April 12. Funeneral arrangements are pending at Ravenna.' CARL T. HANSEN ODEBOLT — Carl T. Hansen, 85, of Odebolt, retired manager of the liquor store here, died Tuesday, April 9, at Twilight Acres Nursing Home, Wall Lake. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Trinity Lutheran Church here, with burial in the Odebolt Court Schedules Future Events MANNING — Court Our Lady of Fatima No. 1492 Catholic. Daughters of America met at the church hall on Monday evening April 8. Regent Marion Irlbeck presided at the meeting. Jeanette Weiskircher reported on the Plaza party and Luella Hull on games at the church hall. Laura Joens and Loraine Sextro will be attending the state convention April 26-28 at the Holiday Inn in Okoboji. Lecturer, Rose Vollstedt, read excerpts from the life of St. Proper. Sunday May 26 will be the annual Mother-Daughter Breakfast and style show! Reception of new members will be June 10. Door prize was won by Jeanette Wiskircher. Lunch hostesses were Margaret Kasperbauer and Virginia Struve. The Pasttime Club met for a noon potluck at the Plaza recreation room and spent the afternoon playing cards. Prizes were won by Amanda Bogatzke, Edna Hiatt and Amelia Wienbrandt. The Little Flower Study Club met at the home of Helen Horn on April 3. Pat Mueller presented the lesson from the book "Worship and Witness." The club also made a donation to the mission. The next meeting will be at the home of Evelyn Polking on April 17, and this will be the final meeting of the season. Omaha Persons Supper Guests WALL LAKE - Sunday dinner guests in the Lyle Eaton home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Farrell and Mrs. Jessie Farrell of Omaha and Cindy Belter of Cherokee, .Sunday supper guests in the Harry Cook home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Wagner and Linda Peters of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dreessen spent the weekend in the Bob Dreessen home at Sioux City. Saturday evening visitors in Mrs. Minnie Peters' home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culbertson of Laurens. Mrs. Robert Leitz of Paulina came Wednesday to visit in the Jesse Reiter home in honor of Mrs. Reiter on her birthday. Cemetery. The Rev. Edward Steyer will officiate. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Odebolt is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Hansen farmed in Minnesota before coming to Odebolt in 1927. He was associated with an oil company here until 1938 and then managed the liquor store until retiring in 1966. Surviving are his wife, Alma; a son Marvin of Early; one grandchild and two great-grandchildren; and a brother, J. H. Hansen of Weslaco, Tex. JOHN HERMAN GLOE -GLIDDEN — Funeral services for John Herman Gloe, 76, of Route 3, Glidden, were held at Peace Lutheran Church here Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Paul Bussert officiated and Mrs. Larold Riese was organist. Clifford and Paul Loeschen sang as duets "Who Knows When Death May Overtake Me?". "I'm But A Stranger Here' and "My Course is Run." Pallbearers were Arthur Rohrbeck, Charles Jacobson, Clayton Roller, Kenneth Davis, Ferdinand Gustoff and Bill Kanzmeier. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Glidden was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Gloe died April 8 at the Ernest Kruger home, where he had resided for the last several years. CLIFFORD D. STOUT SAC CITY — Clifford D. Stout, 75, of Sac City, died here Thursday, April 11, at Loring Hospital after a long illness. Funeral rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Christian Church, with burial in Oakland Cemetery, all at Sac City. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Sac City is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Stout is survived by his wife, Ethel; two daughters, Mrs. Duane Olson of Lytton and Mrs. Leonard Quail of Sac City; a son, Berl, of Sac City; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; a brother, Preston C. Stout of Sac City; and four sisters, Mrs. Delia Pangleof Nemaha, Mrs. Chester Hott and Mrs. Martin Mauer of Sac City, and Mrs. Herman Girardin of Missouri. Day Care Center Grants Okayed DES MOINES, Iowa ( AP )—A measure to appropriate $500,000 for grants to day care centers was approved 37-7 by the Senate and sent to the House Thursday. Sen. John Murray, R-Ames, sponsor of the measure, said it would provide up to $50,000 to train day care workers and $450,000 for counties to allot to the centers. He said the centers could apply to a county for assistance. The money would be distributed on the basis of the number of children under 7 years in a county and the county's income level. He said each county would receive a minimum allocation of $1,250.

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