Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 15, 1974 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Future Bride Complimented ,«fu,ey Behrens was guest of .10..wr at a bridal shower given by Lola Fischer Thursday at the Leonard Fischer home. Twenty-one guests attended the courtesy. Games were played and the hostess served snacks. Miss Behrens and Paul Railing will be married April 20 at Holy Angels Church, Rqselle. Power Outage Easter Sunday About 1800 customers in Carroll and the town of Halbur were without electrical power for an hour early Sunday morning. Darwin Petersen, IPS manager, blamed the outage on icy wires that were whipped together by the wind at the northeast edge of Carroll. The lines shorted out about 6:15 a.m. and burned down. Two other small, isolated outages were also reported in the area. Tirnei Herald, Carroll, lc>. Monday *•»-" 15. 1974 Iowa Cityan JVew Conservationist MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Kendall Olin, Iowa City, has been named area conservationist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service in an 11- county area in western Iowa Olin, who succeeds Leon Foderberg, begins his new duties in Council Bluffs May 12. He has been the SCS district conservationist in Iowa City for four years. He will supervise soil and water conservation activities in Audubon, Adair, Carroll, Cass, Crawford, Guthrie, Greene, Harrison, Monona, Pottawattamie and Shelby Counties. STILL GOING STRONG BUCHAREST, Romania, (AP) — Alexandra Draghia, a Romanian cyclist, recently completed a grueling tour of Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Switzerland, France, Portugal, Libya and Egypt. Draghia is 77. Business <3r Professional Directory INTERNATIONAL Handling all phot** of Travel NO OHAIUiB FOB OUB 8BBVIUB 108 W. 8th, Carroll 792-9742 BUY - SELL - TRADE USE THE DAILY TIMES HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS PH.: 792-3573 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT H&R BLOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Home 105 W. 6th St 653-3816 R. M WINJUM O D. Optometrist Complete Vision Care including Contact Lenses Dial 792-3318 1 Block West of Sernett's COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Life — Accident and Health — Fire — Auto All Commercial Lines Robert L. Kraus, Ray P. Lenz Corrcll 792-2580 — tfredo 673-4422 KRAUS & LENZ Insurance profe§sional Center 61: North West Street Are you a cautious investor looking for more income? * The Fund seeks current income by investing In securities which are guaranteed by the 17.8. Government or its instrumentalities both as to the payment of principal and Interest. * Daily interest accrued by the Fund on the portfolio .securities. *• Minimum investment: $230. Fur Fund Prospectus write: American Giowth Fund Sponsors, Inc. 611 North West St. (Professional Bid*.) Carroll, Iowa S1401 Phone: 792-2866 Attention: Wayne Halbur, Mgr. FARM MANAGEMENT Hail Insurance Investments Contact HARRY D. FRANK Stocks and Bonds 2002 Creitview Drive 792-4400 Carroll TYPEWRITER & ADDING MACHINE |arroU SALES and SERVICE typewriter Cecil H. Cobble Owner 223 E. 5th, Carroll, Iowa 51401 Phone (712) 792-3248 No Charge For Estimates lervice DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adami St. (Between Hannaich Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Cloted Sat. Afternoon) PtlOne 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Ralph M. Grant ATTORNEY.AT.LAW Dial 792-9277 5l6'/i N. Afenuft. R.J.FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Atfamt—Carroll, Iowa Office Hour*: 9 to 12—1 to 5 General Practice—Obttetric* Fracture*—X- Ra yi Office Dial 792-4120 Ham* Dial 792-3401 BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE Ovtr Appliance Cantor Ph. 792-3805 R. B. MORRISON, M.D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Medicine Off let Phone 7924543 - Home 7924630 Ten Die in Traffic By The Associated Press Nine lowans died on the state's highways during the Easter weekend, and an lowan was killed in a Minnesota accident. The weekend toll was the highest this year, according to Bob Holetz, Iowa Assistant Public Safety Commissioner. "We have been pretty lucky this year with only two or three fatals reported each weekend," Holetz said. "A couple of multiple deaths in crashes upped this weekend's total. The increased driving for the holiday might have contributed." Carl Hanson, 64, Fort Dodge was killed Sunday when the car in Which he was riding flipped over into a ditch after running off a county blacktop two miles south of Badger. Hanson was a passenger in a car driven by his daughter, Mrs. Jane Hackett, 27, Fort Dodge. Also injured in the accident was Hanson's wife, Mary, 56. She was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital. Mrs. Hackett was notjnjured. Ronald A. Ehrhardt, 17," Humboldt, was killed Sunday in a one-car accident one mile north of Iowa Highway 3 on a county blacktop road. He was passenger in a car driven by Bruce N. Hundertmark, 16, Rutland. Authorities said Hundertmark had stopped in the middle of the road as he attempted to back up into a farm driveway. However, the car rolled over after Hundertmark lost control of it—causing Ehrhardt to be pinned underneath. An elderly Durant couple died Saturday in a two-car collision at the intersection of U.S. 6 and Durant city street. Authorities said Meryl Paul, 73, driver of one car, and his wife, Inez, 71, were killed when their car collided with one driven by Bill Stine, 18, rural Davenport. A Bayard man, John Griffin, 77, was killed outright Saturday when the car he was driving struck the engine of a Milwaukee Road freight train in Bayard. He was alone in his car. Mrs. Irene Smith, 51, rural Stratford, was killed and her husband injured Saturday when their car went off a June Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fowler of Carroll announce the engagement an.d approaching marriage of their daughter Ruth to Kevin W. Dillavou of Scranton, son of Mrs. Pearl Black of Scranton and Willard Dillavou of Ralston. Miss Fowler will graduate in June from Bernel's Beauty School at Fort Dodge. Her fiance is employed by Farmland Foods, Inc. at Carroll. A June 28 wedding is planned. Webster County blacktop road and overturned about I 1 /* miles southwest of Stratford. Milton Smith, 52, was driving the car, the Iowa Highway Patrol said. Three persons were killed in a traffic accident seven miles north of Burlington Friday night. The dead were identified as Donna Zippe, 27, her mother, Dorothy Sutclifffe, 46, both of Oakville, and Mrs. Zippe's grandmother, Zella Brown, 78, Muscatine. Thev were riding in a car driven by Mrs. Zippe, whose 18-month-old daughter, Gina, was injured. The Highway Patrol said a car driven by Stuart Pfeiff, 17, West Burlington, sideswiped a pickup truck driven by Michael Bergen, 28, Mediapolis, then hit the Zippe car headon. Homer Howard, 23, rural New Albin, was killed Sunday in a one-car accident about 12 miles southeast of Caledonia, Minn, on Houston County Road 14. Sew more. Save more with SINGER MACHINES TAGGED FOR ONLY Carrying case ,jor cabinet extra Calendar TUESDAY Legion Auxiliary Gay Nine T's, Mrs. David Schroeder Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. J. Clark Golden Circle bridge Spela Kort, Mrs. James Kanne Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Patrick Lehman Players 8, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan n.iN.H. Club, Mrs. Leo Berning F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Margaret Sapp Town ana Country Club, Mrs. Christina Taphorn Epsilon Chi, 7:30 p.m. Villa WEDNESDAY U.M.W. Circles: I and II, Methodist Church; III, Mrs. Robert Winjum; IV, Mrs. H. B. Carroll; V, Mrs. Edward Hanneman Variety Club, Mrs. Gerald Tigges Dealers 9, Mrs. Eugene Havermann Crazy 8's, Mrs. David McCoy High Bidders, Mrs. L. B. Westendorf H. G. Club, Mrs. Theodore Potthoff Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Larry Baumhover Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Martin Greteman Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY — Trinity Guild, 10 a.m., Odella McGowan O.E.S. family potluck, 6:30 p.m., meeting 8 p.m., Masonic Temple Wa-tan-ye, Derby Newcomers, Tony's Pateo Club, Elk's B.L.B.F. Club tour and luncheon Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS 8 C's Club, Mrs. Paul Venteicher E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Kenneth Dirkx L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ray Henkenius Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. O. H. Juergens Triple C Club, Mrs. William Hammen N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Cyril Schulte Navy Families Visit Mother WESTSIDE - HN2 Michael and Mrs. Albright and family, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Young, returned on March 16 after spending four years at the naval base at Kelisvak Island. They spent three weeks in her parents' home. Mr. Albright will now be stationed at the Great Lakes. Mrs. Albright will be living south of Westside for about six months. CARD WINNERS Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh and Joe Sanders won pincohle score prizes at the Saturday night meeting of the Golden Circle Club. Leo Sellen kept the traveling prize and Mrs. Mabel King received the tally prize, Mrs. King and Mrs. Winifred Conley were hostesses at the clubrooms. 257 M exclusive Singer* front drop-in bobbin Snap-on presser foot The FASHION MATE ZIG-ZAG sewing machine • Built-in straight and zig-zag stitches e 3 needle positions .e Bobbin winder release e Easy finger-turn needle insertion J164 Qg STYLIST Wsrffgjr, NOW THRU TUES. Eves, at 7:00 A 9:00 Sun. Mat. at 2:00 P.M JOHN HOUSEMAN WINNIIOMHI •1ST SUPPOtDNO ACTOR ACAMMY AWARD stre Model —•-«•» StltCh 513 sewing machine Carrying case or cabinet extra SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. Copyright © 1974 THE SINGER COMPANY. All Rights Reserved Throughout the World. *A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY For 7 Days IEE MARVIN* GARY GRIMES h»m "Summer of 4J" and RON HOWARD FROM "AMfRICAN GRAFFITI" The Spikes y>* *i Gang Financial Strain in the Future ByKARLNOLIN The second session of the 65th General Assembly is drawing to a close. As usual the accomplishments are hard to assess. It now appears that many of the objectives of the Governor will not be achieved in this session. However, it may be possible to complete legislation on the department of transportation, an experimental coal mine and a new approach to treatment of alcoholism. A new approach to special education, bus transportation for private school students and a new approach to several social programs will probably be approved. Some discussion of a revision of our criminal laws and a commercial credit code to regulate interest rates and credit terms have been considered but will probably not be completed in this session. On balance, too much time has been consumed in this session on special interest legislation and adjustment to inflation and energy shortages. It has now become apparent that, in spite of record state revenues and what appeared to be a large surplus, the state could be heading for a serious financial strain in about two year. It would, therefore, seem more prudent to carry a substantial balance in the state treasury than to reduce taxes and then be forced to impose new taxes in a year or two. Much of the present state revenue is directly related to improved farm income, but there are already definite signs that we cannot expect farm income or state revenues to continue at the level of the past two years. A current report by the state controller and the legislative fiscal director indicates the spending recommendations of the Governor plus additions proposed by certain members of the legislature; together with proposed tax reductions, if carried out will result in new and increased taxes about 1976. ' As frequently happens in an election year, it appears that state government has proposed more than it can afford. Luncheon Hosts Manson Group LAKE CITY - Senior citizens of Manson were guests at the Lake City Senior Citizens noon luncheon April 9. A total of 65 attended. The Rev. Stewart Congdon gave the table grace. Each diner received an Easter basket favor. Those with April birthdays were given cupcakes with candles. Zipora Braunschweig welcomed everyone and introduced the guests. Mrs. Ora Jane Hunter invited Senior Citizens to make use of the adult center at the Methodist church with instruction in knitting, crocheting and tatting on Tuesday afternoons* and the party is on Friday afternoons. Mrs. Emil Hansen announced several bus trips. First grade children entertained with songs accompanied by Mrs. J. D. Angove. Personnel from the local hobby shop instructed in plastic pictures. Mrs. Hansen displayed and explained several Easter crafts. The kitchen committee included Mrs. Philip Eichhorn, Mrs. Bill Williams, Mrs. Carroll Wheeler, Mrs. Dick Bell, and Mrs. Larry Sadler. Home is Sold for $25,600.00 , The three-bedroom home at 634 West 15th Street, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moore, was sold at public auction Saturday morning to Winifred Bird of Carroll for $25,600.00. McCarville and Wieland were the auctioneers. RETURN HOME ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn of Arcadia returned home Monday morning after visiting her sister, Mrs. Hilda Hass, at Woodward. They were Easter dinner guests of Mrs. Margie Prank and family at Ankeny. Mrs. Prank's father, Matt Bauer Sr. of Des Moines, also was a guest. • Grain (Continued From Page 1) tion is growing faster than forecast earlier by U.S. experts. The impact on U.S. agriculture, if Euorpe attains self-sufficiency and becomes a net grain exporter, could be severe, the report indicated. Phillips cited a recent study made by Prof. F. Uhlmann of the West German Institute of Agriculture Marketing Research. Uhlmann calculated the original six members of the Community — Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands and West Germany — will "attain virtual self-sufficiency," by 1975 and could be exporting as much as four million metric tons of grain by 1985. Including the nine member countries — Denmark, Ireland and Britain are recent newcomers — Uhlmann said the community could grow enough grain for its own needs by 1985. Phillips noted that other studies of European agriculture also have pointed toward the community becoming a diminished market for U.S. farmers in the near future. A projection by Phillips' own agency showed recently that the European Community's purchase of foreign grain probably will drop to 1.3 million metric tons by 1985. Phillips said U.S. grain sales to the community in 1972-73 totaled 13.3 million metric tons worth more than $900 million. During the first seven months of the current fiscal year, which began last July 1, shipments were 8.1 million tons. "While the EC probably will continue to import some high- quality U.S. wheat as well as large quantities of corn, an over-all sharp decline in U.S. grain exportsto the community seems inevitable, given the contiunation of existing policies," Phillips said. Announce Roundup Kindergarten roundup for all pupils who plan on entering kindergarten in the Carroll Community Schools will be held on Thursday, April 18 and Friday, April 19. Children and parents are to report to Maple River School according to the following schedule, depending upon the fist initial of the last name. Thursday A-B 8:30-9:30 C-E 9:30-10:30 F-G 10:30-11:30 HrJ 1:00-2:00 K-M 2:00-3:00 Friday N-P 8:30-9:30 Q-R 9:30-10:30 S 10:30-11:30 T-V 1:00-2:00 W-Z 2:00-3:00 Parents should bring children's birth certificates to the roundup and rural parents should be ready to supply township and section numbers so that transportation can be arranged for n<>xt fall, Baptism Dinner Honors Family CARNARVON - Mr. and Mrs. Alan Boeckman and daughter Heather of here were among dinner guests in the Dan Walleson home near Wall Lake last Sunday in honor of Heather's bapfism at the Trinity Presbyterian Church in the morning. For 'Easter dinner, Bilda Tiefenthaler entertained guests at the Reiner Janssen home. Mr. Douglas Thorpe and son Gary of Ankeny were visitors in the Roland Thorpe home here Wednesday. Mrs. Roland Thorpe of here entertained the Pinochle Club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Thelrcsrlc proudly presents BOBBY FULLER Bobby and the Fuller Brothers are a well-knit group that can do anything from updated vaudeville to a take off on the 50's. Besides being an excellent vocalist, Bobby is capable of playing seven different instruments. Entertainment nightly except Sunday. Show begins at 8:30 p.m. Favors . Ray DOT Bill Stand By W. R. FERGUSON The House got several important things done last week, as the session seemed getting close to the end. I'd guess now we'd wind up about May 1. From a statewide standpoint, probably the most important bill passed was the Department of Transportation (DOT). The House has had quite a time with this bill, which would put the Highway Commission and several other departments and commissions under one department. The bill is one of Governor Ray's top priorities. Several House members, including Republican floor leader Edgar Holden, have opposed the DOT and instead have pushed for what amounts to another year of study on the matter. Consequently, the House several times had to vote on the basic issue of DOT or another year of study. In each case the Governor's position and DOT was a winner by about 10 votes. I favored this position. It seems to me the matter has had enough study — now it is time for some real honest to goodness planning and action. However, the House did change the bill from the one the Senate passed. We added a strong railroad amendment which I'm sure the Senate will approve. Some other minor changes were added. But then the House added a truck amendment to the bill which may cause some complications with the Senate and the Governor. The truck amendment did meet many of the objections the Governor made when he vetoed the long truck bill earlier this session. However, I did not favor attaching it to the'DOT. It did have strong backing however, and now is a part of the House bill. The bill goes back to the Senate and my guess is that it will end up in a conference committee with the result, a good DOT bill and probably some concessions on the truck provisions. The House also passed 65-23 a bill to provide bus rides for parochial pupils. This is of particular interest to Carroll and Crawford counties. It provides for transportation by the public school with reimbursement by the state. The bill is now in the Senate. The House also passed several other appropriation bills, some non-controversial bills and another "clean-up" bill having to do with court reform. ; We spent almost a day debating an adoption bill, but did not come to a final vote. I welcome your letters or calls on pending legislation. My telephone number when the House is in session is 515-181-3221 or write to me, Rep. Bill Ferguson, House of Representatives, Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Reitz of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reitz. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Simons and their three children of Minneapolis, Minn., and the Robert Augustine family of Milwaukee, Wis., were weekend guests of Mr?. Leo Augustine, Carron. The two families also visited in the Albert Ausman home. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Enenbach of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Enenbach of Omaha have returned to their homes after spending Easter here with the men's mother, Mrs. Mary Enenbach, and at Arcadia with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrenus Diers and Randy. Imperial Inn L Boone, Iowa Make it a complete i evening by dining at one of our fine restaurants ' ' •" :'••• : .'"' '•;•': '•'••^•'••:S,fe> V' fles. ($ 15) 432-4322+I ;

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