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off the wire- Three Marked for Death by Terrorist SLA ^BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) The three persons marked for death by the terrorist Sym- bionese Liberation Army are trying to prove they are not FBI informers and have gone underground to avoid being "Shot on sight." SLA "death warrants" for Colston Westbrook, Chris Thompson and Robyn Steiner were included in the last com- munique from the group that claimed responsibility for kidnaping newspaper heiress -Patricia Hearst from her •^Berkeley apartment Feb. 4. SLA Field Marshal General Cinque issued the execution orders in the April 3 message, which also included Miss Hearst's declaration that she had joind her terrorist kidnapers and renounced her family. The most frequent communication from the three targets has been from Westbrook, 35, a teaching assistant at University of California at Berkeley, whose greetings are played by automatic equipment for those who telephone his Berkeley home. The messages change frequently. "Thanks for the telephone calls and support," said Westbrook's latest message Sunday. "I hope you have an enjoyable Easter." Westbrook, who said he earlier had gone East but was back in the San Francisco Bay area, warned he would arm himself if the SLA did not listen to reason. He asked for a lie detector test or a trial with state prison inmates as jurors to clear his name. Westbrnok apparently came CHECK OUR SPRING SALE STANDARD FIBERGLASS BELTED AMOCO. CXV WHITEWALLS • Sporty low-profile tire • Wide massive appearance • Two fiberglass and two polyester cord belts form four tough plies under the tread • Computer-inspected • Meets Department of Transportation standards for steady running at turnpike speeds E70-14 plus $2.51 Federal Excise Tax each A-1 AMOCO. 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Thompson, 35, former manager of a Berkeley food stand, has moved out of his apartment but is still in the area, his lawyer, Gordon Reynolds, said. WASHINGTON (AP)-The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says the end of the Arab oil embargo has prompted Americans to become "very complacent" again about conserving energy. EPA Administrator Russel Train said Sunday there was too much emphasis on expanding supplies of energy rather than reducing demand. "I am concerned that with the cutoff of the Arab embargo the American public is going to go back to its wasteful ways," Train said on the CBS television program "Face the Nation." "I think that we're very complacent about this, not really recognizing that we're in for a long-term energy problem in this country," he said. We've got to make up our minds. . .that we better start giving the highest possible priority to reducing the use of energy." Train said a switch to smaller cars is "probably the largest single energy savings that we could make.'' Meanwhile, New England Utilities today return their Voltage to full power after a winter cutback to save fuel. A spokesman for the New England Power Pool said the federal allocation system and ending of the oil embargo have stabilized the supply of fuel to the region's electric generating plants. Beginning Nov. 27, utilities in the six-state area had imposed a 5 per cent voltage cut daily between 5 and 9p.m. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Two hitchhiking teen-agers were critically wounded in what police say was the latest in a series of senseless shootings. Eleven persons have been killed in random attacks since November. Homicide Inspector Frank Falzon said the shootings Sunday night were "most definitely" linked to the so-called Operation Zebra shootings. Zebra is the police code for 15 shootings which caused the 11 deaths over the five-month period and set off the largest manhunt in the city's history. In each case, a black assailant shot a white victim at nearly pbintblank range. Police have been unable to determine a motive for the shootings. Ward Anderson, 18, and Terry White, 15, were approached by "at least one black man who opened fire at a distance of about five feet and fired several times," Falzon said- The youths were reported in serious but stable condition after undergoing surgery at Mission Emergency Hospital. Falzon said casings from a .32-caliber automatic weapon — the same type used in the other Zebra shootings — were found at the scene. About 20 minutes after the double shooting, a man told police a gunman fired a sawed-off shotgun at him from a passing car about a mile and a half from where the two youths were gunned down. But police said they were unable to find any evidence of the blast, and doubted the shooting took place. Time* Herald, Carroll, la. *•* Monday, April 15, 1974 ^ IMIMHIMMUMII Daily Record GRINNEL, Iowa (AP) — The thieves who robbed the Pizza Hut restaurant here Sunday probably will think twice before pulling another holdup, Restaurant manager Cindee Ward, 24, wasn't about to let the masked robber get away with $359 at knife-point. So she followed the getaway car down Iowa 6 until she got a description and license number, which she gave to Jasper County authorities. CITY, Iowa (AP) Officials at the University of Iowa U of I say the school will become the first institution of higher learning in Iowa to adopt a method of measuring a person's participation in continuing education programs. ____ The plan is called te Continuing Education Unit (CEU) '. and is designed to reflect knowledge gained in workshops, shortcourses, and other non-credit educational programs offered off campus— but which nornallly don't show up on a persons 's academic record. OMAHA, Neb., (AP)-The U. S. Department of Agriculture has scheduled a public hearing here April 23 to consider proposals to amend pooling and payment provisions in the federal milk marketing order for Nebraska and western Iowa. The department's Agricultural Marketing Service said the hearing was requested by Mid-America Dairymen, Inc., which represents a substantial number of the dairy farmers serving the area. MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) — Funeral services for E. C. Ted Booth, 71, prominent Iowa industrialist, will be held Tuesday in Marshalltown. Booth, long-time secretary-treasurer of Lennox Industries, Inc., nationally-known heating and air conditioning manufacturers, died Saturday of a heart attack at his Marshalltown home. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures moved sharply higher today on the Chicago Board of Trade. For a few minutes after the opening, limit gains were posted in soybeans and in soy oil, then prices retreated. The advance was 20 cents a bushel in soybeans and 100 points, or 1 cent a pound, in oil. Soybean meal futures rose about $4 a ton. Wheat, corn, oats and iced broilers also were higher. The strong buying was largely influenced by the recent heavy rains and flood conditions in the South and conern over shortages of fertilizer. If fertilizer use is cut, yields could be lower and production goals of the government would not be met. As soybean oil and soybean prices pushed the limits, there developed a scarcity of sellers. After the limit had been attained quick profit-taking by professionals turned priceslower. The buying in the soybean complex tended to influence similar moves in wheat, corn and oats. It also tapered off in the grains with the retreat in the complex. Iced broiler buying was linked to strength in red meat futures. After about an hour, soybeans were 12 to 13 cents a bushel higher, May 5.54; corn was 6V4 to 7% higher, May 2.63Mz; Chicago wheat was 4 to 5Mz higher, May 4.34 while Gulf hard red was 3 to 5 higher, July 4.37 and oats were 2»/4 to 5 higher, May 1.21%. WHERE ARE THEY WASHINGTON (AP) Gasoline, cigarette and sales taxes account for much of the demand for pennies. Other billions simply have dropped out of circulation — lost, deposited in piggy banks, forgotten in desk drawers or horaded by coin collectors. Deaths, Funerals AUGUST H.JOHNSON LAKE CITY - Funeral services for August H. Johnson, 95, of Rockwell City, formerly of Lake City, were held Friday April 12 at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City. Rev. Harold Belsheim_officiated. Miss Hester Crosswai't was organist; Mrs. Larry Sadler, soloist. Honorary Pallbearers were Michael ^Johnson, Perry Koch, Norman Cieloha, Dennis Johnson, Randy Bawden and Steve Bawden. Graveside services and burial were at 2 p.m. Saturday at Asnen Grove Cemetery, Burlington with Rev., John Ziegler in charge of comittal rites. Mr. Johnson died Wednesday April 9 at Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City. He is survived by two sons, two daughters, one brother; eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren. BAMAKO, Mali (AP) - Radio reports heard here today said that military forces had taken over the government in Niger. The reports from Niamey radio said Lt. Col. Seyni Kountie, chief of staff of the Niger armed forces, had taken power. Niger has been one of the most stable of the former French colonies in Africa. Since its accession to independence in I960, President Hamani Diori has been the only chief of state. ROSS ELRIDGE LAKE VIEW - Ross Elridge, 66, of Lake View died at his home Saturday, April 13. For many years he was maintenance engineer for the Lake View-Auburn Schools. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church here, with the Rev. George Brighton officiating. Burial will be at Nemaha. Arrangements are in charge of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Lake View, where Masonic memorial services will be held at 8 p.m. Monday. Mrs. W. K. Hunter will be organist at the church services and Louis McCrea, vocal soloist. Pallbearers will be grandsons including Randy Elridge, Richard Rodney and Robert Wadsley, Ted Richardson and John Drilling. Mr. Elridge, son of Wallace and Olive Robson Elridge, was born in Sac County July 26,1907. He is survived by his Wife, Ruth; three children, Wallace of Kingsley, Mrs. Richard (Rose, Lee) Wadsley of tfarly and Mrs; Robert (Frances) Schmidt of Lake View; ten grandchildren and one great-granchild; and a sister, Mrs, John (Florence) , Adolphson of Glenwood, Minn. Also surviving are his stepfather, Claus Zimmer of Early; four half-sisters, Mrs. Glen (Louis) Rutherford of Independence, Mrs. Alvin (Lucille) Howaid of California, Mrs. Dwight (Ethel) Dewey of Minnesota and Mrs. Richard (Phyllis) Stevens of Texas; and two half-brothers, Milton Zimmer of Early and Paul Zimmer of California. Another ha If-brother, Glen Zimmer is deceased. BURTON V. SMITH AUBURN—Services for the interment of the ashes of Burton V. Smith, 55, of Baldwin Park, Calif., were conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday, Ap.ril 11, at Oaklawn Cemetery here by the Rev. James Fyfe. Mr. Smith, formerly of Auburn, died at his home in Baldwin Park Dec. 27, 1973. Rites were held Dec. 30 at the Baldwin Park Funeral Home. He was born at Auburn Oct. 11, 1918, a son of Howard and Bernice Birt Smith. On July 5, 1954, he married Viola Dodge dt Reno, Nev. He was a World War II veteran and a member of the Presbyterian Church, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include his wife; a daujzhter^Mrs,Jton_Weber_of Thousdan Oaks, Calif.; four grandchildren and four sisters, Mrs. G. A. (Oonnabelle) Staton Of Lake City, Mrs. Leslie (Loma) Moline of Pepin, Wis., Mrs. James (Marguerite) Greathouse of Columbus, Ind., and Mrs. William (Betty) Mclntosh of Hamilton, Ohio. The Weather IOWA FORECAST" Fair to partly cloudy with a warming trend through Tuesday. Chance of sprinkles mostly west tonight. Low tonight around 30 northeast, upper 30s southwest. High Tuesday near 60 northeast, upper 60s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Ex tend id out look Wednesday through Friday: COURTHOUSE ResI Estate Transfers- Richard L. and Gloria M. Hartzell to Gloria M. Hartzell, Lot 5, Block 2, Burns' Addition to Carroll. Lawrence W. and Fay M. Bluml to Larry J. and Peggy J. Schultz, Lot 2, Block 1, Thomas Second Addition to Carroll. William F. Jentzen to Vera M. Jentzen, Part of EM-SE 1 /*, Sec. 7, Twp. 83 N., Range 36 W. Lester D. and Helen E. Wiese to Helen E. Wiese, W%SEV4, and E^SW'/i, Sec. 22, Twp. 82 N., Range 36 W. Irene N. and Edwin Johnson to Lloyd and Rozanne Herman, Lot A, Subdiv. Lot 1, Irreg. Sur. NEV4NEV4, Sec. 23, Twp. 84 N., Range 35 W. Sheriff's Office Two-Car Accident- Cindy K. Baumhover, 17, Carroll, was treated and released at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here Saturday for injuries suffered when the car in which she was a passenger, driven by Johnny J. Veerhusen of Carroll, collided with a car driven by Jeraldyne L. Mckinley, Scranton, four and a half miles east of Carroll on U.S. 30, Deputy Sheriff Ferman Stout reported. Stout said the accident occurred as the Veerhusen vehicle was eastbound on the highway, and the Mckinley vehicle was westbound and crossed the center line. Mrs. Mckinley was charged with driving left of center and with driving without a drivers license. One Injured Gary E. Huff, 16, Wall Lake, is listed in satisfactory condition at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here with injuries suffered when the car in which he was riding, driven by Neil J. Bluml, Wall Lake, went into a ditch a half mile north of Breda Sunday, Deputy Sheriff Ferman Stout reported. Bluml was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. One-Car Accident— A car driven by Steven D. Morlan, Glidden, struck a bridge on a county gravel road four and a half miles northwest of Ralston Sunday, Deputy Sheriff Ferman Stout reported. Morlan told Stout the accident occurred as the shoulder on the gravel road gave way. No injuries were reported. Three Injured- Three Carroll teenagers were injured Friday night when a car driven by Lynn Reiff, 16, went out of control arid into a ditch one and a half miles east of Carroll, Deputy Sheriff Mike Kelly reported. Reiff and Dale Petersen, 17, were both admitted to St. Anthony Regional Hospital and released over the weekend. A third passenger, Dan Boell, 17, was treated and released Friday night. Kelly said the Reiff vehicle went into the ditch to avoid striking a dog on the gravel road. Reiff was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. Deputy Sheriff Roger O'Tool also investigated the accident. Police Department Two-Car Accidents- Cars driven by Roger D. Tapps, Carroll, and Jeffrey B. Sweeden, Arthur, were in collision Saturday on Main Street near U.S. 30, police reported. The accident occurred as the Tapps vehicle was northbound on Main Street, and the Sweeden vehicle was backing from a parking stall, police said. A car driven by Orval S. Mobley, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Ann M Dolezal, Carroll, Saturday on Fifteenth Street near Simon Avenue, police reported. Police said the accident occurred as the Mobley vehicle was eastbound on Fifteenth Street. chance of showers Wednesday and Thursday. Partly cloudy Friday. Highs upper 50s to mid 60s. Lows upper 30s to mid 40s. The Weather in Carrol' (Dally Tempuratures Courtesy ol Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 50 Yesterday's low 31 At 7 a.m. today 31 At lOaim. today ^41 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 7 a.m.) 2.25 inches of snow. No injuries were reported in either accident. Hit and Run— A car owned by Richard A. Huen, Duncombe, was struck by an unidentified vehicle Sunday morning while parked on South East Street near Anthony Street, police reported. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 12— Lisa Ludwig, Breda Mary Kay Reicks, Carroll Mrs. Bernadine Rust, Carroll Admissions April 13— Arthur Fay, Scranton William Augustus, Coon Rapids Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Gary L. Venteicher, Arcadia, a son, Sunday. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.02 Com, No. 2 yellow 2.35 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-Uvatodt quotations Morojay: Hogs: 7.500; 'barrow* and gilt* steady to 50 higher; 1-3 200-240 Ibs 32.0W2.50; 240-240 Itn 31.00-32.00, few S2.2S; sows fully 50 higher; 32&*»lDs2«.50-27.75. Cattle and calves: 0,000; average good to prime steers 25 higher; standard and low good Holsteins SO higher; heifers 29 higher; cows fully steady; scattered sales feeders firm; high choice and prime 1,125-1,225 Ibs steers 42.75-43.00; choice 1,000-1,300 Ib 41.25 42.50; high choice and prime KO-1,025 IDS heifers 42.35-42.50; choice 875-1,100 Ibs 41.00-42.25; utility and commercial cows 29.00-32.00; earners and cutters 2S.SO-2>.00; 2 loads choice 775 Ibs feeder steers 42.00. •SMep: 100; not enough of any class to test trade. Estimated receipts Tuesday; Cattle and calves 5,500; hogs 6.000; sheep 500. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA)- lowa-Southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Monday 100,000; actual receipts Friday 33,000, Saturday 27,000; week ago 71,000; year ago 92,008. Trading active, demand good; butchers 25 to 90 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib country points 30.25-30.75; packing plants 30.SOJI.2S, few 30.00-31.75; sows steady to 25 higher; U.S. 1-J 270-330 lbM.50-27.50. Sheep: estimated receipts Monday 1,000; slaughter lambs 1.00 higher than Friday, shorn slaughter lambs choice and prime 90-110 Ib with number one fall shorn pells 40.00-41.00; mostly choice, some good, .18,00-40,00. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices improved a bit today, but the pulse of activity remained feeble. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 1.72 at 846.53, and advances nosed out declines by about a 7-6 margin on the New York Stock Exchange. Brokers attached little significance to the market's upward drift, noting that volume on the Big Board continued at about its slackest pace in months. American Telephone & Telegraph was the Big Board's most active stock, down % at 47%, equalling its 1974 low. Brokers noted that the stock is bought primarily for its yield, and thus tends to decline in periods of rising interest rates. At the American Stock Exchange 1 , the market value index was down .14 to 93.87. Other Big Board issues on the active list included Citicorp., up M- at 40'/fe. The issue was recommended by a major advisory service. Most glamors were firm. IBM, subject of some bullish comments in Barron's magazine, gained 3 to232Vfe; Digital equipment was up 1% to 107%, and Polaroid climbed IVs to 62. The Amex volume leader was Syntex, up 1 at 48 7 / 8 . The often volatile stock has rallied from a recent low of 42% after sharp declines attributed by the company to "unfounded" reports about two of its new drugs. NYSE's noon composite index of all its listed common stocks was up .08 at 49.17. IN MEMORY OF Rev. Elmer W. Brewer Ravenna, Neb. Age 68 Friends may call at the Dahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden ' after 6 p.m. Monday Funeral Service! Tuesday, 2 p.m. at thV» Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden. Body will lie in state Tuesday morning till time of service at 'the Church Rev. Paul Bussert officiating. Interment:' Westlawn Cemetery DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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