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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 17, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Sunny and warmer today with highs mid 70s northwest to 60s east, partly cloudy tonight and Thursday, lows tonight in the 40s. highs Thursday mostly in the 70s. The Weather in Carroll < Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 63 Yesterday's low 35 At 7a.m. today 38 At 10'a.m. today 51 SUNNY Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 17, 1974 IOWA K X T K N D K D FORECAST Extended outlook for Friday through Sunday: chance o'f showers Friday becoming fair by Sunday. Cooling temperature trend through the period. Nightly lows in the 50s Friday lowering to the 30s Sunday. Daily highs near 70 Friday lowering to the 50s Sunday. Weather a Year Ago— Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today included a high of 63 and a low of 39 degrees. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Leona Anderson. Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Paul Wiederin, Carroll, International; Donald Wanninger, Coon Rapids, Donahue trailer; James Ricke, Arcadia, Chevrolet; Roger A. Behn. Carroll, Chevrolet; Mary R. Kennebeck, Carroll, Ford; Garst and Thomas Hybrid Corn Company, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— John G. Halbur et al to Robert W. and Mary C. Halbur, NWV4SWV 4 , Sec. 15, and E'ANEVi and NEViSfiV* Sec. 16, all in Twp. 83 N. Range 34 W. John G. and Magdalene Halbur to Robert W. and Mary C. Halbur, SV 2 SWV 4 . Sec. 10. and SVaSE'A. Sec. 9, all in Twp. 83 N., Range 34 W. Police Department Two-Car Accident— Cars driven by Mary L. Lambertz and Janet L. Ernst, both of Carroll, collided Wednesday at the intersection of Grant Road and Eleventh Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Lambertz vehicle was eastbound of Eleventh Street, and the Ernst vehicle was northbound on Grant Road, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission April 15— Raymond Stoff ers, Carroll Admissions April 16— Richard Bruns, Carroll Mrs. Danny L. Stout, Denison Mrs. Wilfreda Gruber, Carroll Jerald J. Russell, Scranton Joseph J. Gallagher. Coon Rapids Gail Oswald, Carroll Dwayne Robison, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Timothy C. Knoblauch, Carroll, a daughter, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Pudenz, Carroll, a son. Wednesday Births — Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Ahrendsen. Manning, a son. Monday GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.98 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.35 Oats 1.30 Markets OMAHA, Neb. (API lUSDA) - Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 5.000.- barrows and gilts unevenly 1.00-2.00 higher with some 2.50 higher late: 1-3 190-Z40 Ibs. 31.75; some late sales 32.75-33.00; 240-250 Ibs 31.50-32.50: sows 75-1.25 higher: 35&450 Ibs. 25.50-27.25 Cattle and calves: 4.000: steers and heifers 25-50 lower; cows strong to 50 higher: 2 loads and part loads choice and prime U2M.2<X)Jbs Steers 42.00: choice 975-1.325 Ibs 40.50-41.75: 2 : loads choice with few prime 950-975 Ibs heifers .• 41.50: choice 875-1.075 Ibs 40.OCMtl.25; utility and commerical cows 30.00-32.50: few utility' dairy breds 32.75-33.00. sneep: ioo: not enough to lest trade: small lot choice wooled lambs 40.75. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves 700: hogs 6.000: sheep 200. DES MOINES, Iowa <AP|-(USDA|- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Wednesday 45.000; actual receipts Tuesday 62.000: week ago 91.000; year ago 66.000. Butchers 1.25 to instances 1.50 higher: movement very slow: demand good: U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs. at country points 31.00-31.75. packing plants 31.50-31.75. few 31.75-32.00: sows 50-1.00 higher. U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 16.00-27.50. Sheep: Estimated receipts Wednesday 900: slaughter lambs steady Tuesday, instances 50 higher; choice and prime shorn 90-110 Ibs No. I through fall shorn pelts 41.00-42.00. several lots mostly choice 40.00-41.00. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Farm commodity futures declined on the Chicago Board of Trade today under liquidating pressure. A big factor in the selling was some trade expectation that the government's goals in exporting farm products will not be attained before this season ends June 30. Wheat futures tumbled 12 cents a bushel while soybeans were down 6 cents and corn •Hot off the wire- Passes Inmate Furlough Bill —Staff Photo Up in the Air — Working 100 feet in the air Tuesday morning replacing the antenna on the sheriff's communication base tower was Dee Kopp, Fort Dodge. The comment most often heard from observers was "I'm glad it's him and not me up there." The work was done by L&M Electronics of Sac Citv. and oats 3 cents. Soy oil prices were some 50 points lower and soybean meal was down $3 a ton. With some doubt concerning farm exports, the trade looked to record wheat and corn yields, based on acreage that will be planted according to farmer's intentions. There should be fewer soybeans produced. however, because farmers have said they will plant fewer acres. BENEFIT DANCE About 700 persons attended the centennial benefit dance for Holy Angels parish. Roselle, Tuesday night at the Arcadia American Legion hall. The proceeds will be added to * he centennial fund Carroll Wholesale Market The Store That Sets The Low Food Prices Every Day! Priees o^ 1 ^,,,,, 23 Customers tell us they save 1« to 60< on grocery items at Carroll Wholesale Market. No membership needed to shop here. Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. .-3-0*. Gelatin Rtyal _______ Milk Andersen Erickson -------- Gal. Puddings Thank You Canned 18-o«.__3 for Toilet Tissue Northern ________ ..4 Paper Towels Gala Single Roll _______ Crackers Sunshine ._ ____ Cheez Whiz Krofr ---- ---------Flour Si.urfmc ______ ___ .25 Shredded Wheat Sunshine __ __________ J0-o«. Coffee $91 9 Butter-Nut __________ 2 Lbs. ^" Liquid Soap Dawn ---- --------- 3Z-0*. Macaroni Gooeh ------ . __2-b. Bag Tomato Sauce Hunt's 8-o». ___________ 3 for Roll* -foeh 16-ox. Lbv. FREE 10 WINNERS OF 2-Mz GALLONS Shurfresh Ice Cream Just come in and register. No purchase necessary. LAST WEEK WINNERS OF 2-Va GALS. OF SHURFRESH ICE CREAM Lois Hormening, Carroll Larry Hurd, Carroll Robert Moser, Denison Dennis Berg, Arcadia Laverdos Onken, Carroll Mervien Klaus, Carroll Bob Gehling, Carroll Bert Strum, Breda Paul Baumhover, Carroll SCHMIDT BEER 12 Pak $|79 OIL FILTERS *1 89 &U P 57 Sauce Heinz _________ _ 10-cx Pie Filling Wilderness Rairin _. 2 1 -ox. Angel Food Mix Swans Down __________ 1 5-ox. Delicious Apples Washington _________ _ . Lb. Onions Yellow Dry ________ ._ Lb. Oleo Shurfresh Stick _______ _.Lb. Bread Dough Rich's Frozen White . . 5 Pack Peaches Elberra __ ______ ..29-e*. Oysters 3 Diamond ______ 8_ M All Dishwashing ____ ____ 35-o*. 1 1 2c coupon on back of box ) Chocolates Brack's Miniature _,-.Lb. Box Panty Hose 100 to 150 Ib. Sixe__ .2 Pair CLIPS SAVE COUPON WORTH 20 Hamburger Helper Your Choice 7-Oz. with coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru April 23 1 coupon per family CUP 4 SAVE COUPON WORTH 34' WISK Vt Gal. With Coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru April 23 1 coupon per family DES MOINES. Iowa (AP>The Iowa Senate voted 36-7 Wednesday to pass an inmate furlough bill similar to one vetoed earlier in the session by Gov. Robert Ray. The measure would permit the Iowa Department of Social Services to grant furloughs of up to 14 days to inmates of the state's prison system. But the bill does not allow the furloughs for prisoners serving life sentences. Ray vetoed the earlier bill because he said the legislature was going too far in granting furloughs to prisoners with life sentences. WASHINGTON (AP) Pentagon sources say Secretary of the Army Howard Callaway went far beyond the recommendation of a clemency board in halving Lt. William Galley's prison sentence to 10 years for the My Lai massacre. Callaway's decision meant Galley could come up for parole within the year. • Funds (Continued From Page 1) with only one negative vote The bill would provide 5 per cent state funding for 65 local sewer projects, which have already received federal grants. It also would state legislative intent to provide similar grants in the future. but it would leave it to future sessions of the legislature to provide those funds. Gov. Robert Ray earlier supported giving Davenport nearly S800.000 in state funds because the city just missed being eligible for a state program ended a year ago. But legislators soon saw there were many other communities which just missed that program, and they were added to the list. DES MOINES. Iowa (APl-Here is the list of projects that would receive stale funds for sewer construction under a bill approved Senate debate Tuesday Alden $13.420; Allerton $6.570. Alton S.'i !-'(! Amana Sanitary District SI6.-t70. Bam-nift J10.860: Bayard S9.150. Bonaparte 57 4lu Braddyville $1.700: Breda 56.530. Calender $8.270: Calumet $3.130: Carroll $10 ;wn Centerville $18.880: Clinton 5335000 ClutiiT $3.050. Conesville $3.870: Coon Rapids Sl.i (M) Davenport $789,320: Davis City S3.520 hurt Madison $196.470. Fredenka, Corner $18.090; Garwin 52.750: Greeley SI nun Grundy Center S14.830. Holland 55 JUH Hopkinton $25.750; Iowa Great Lakes ni.-tru-i $47.310. Jefferson $45.970: Keokuk S275.000 Ladora $4.110; Leno.x S5.110. U™ 51J ICIP Mallard $3.490; Malvern 58.010 $12.370: Marble Rock 55.110: McCall.-tjuri: $3.330; Milton $4.940: Morning Sun 511 4.V) Muscaline $615.980: Newton 528.370. NichuN J4.490: Osage $16.570. ParkersburgSS 660 Parkview District 55.940. Peterson $5300. Pierson 54.130: PisgahS3.280; QuimbyS4 540. Reinbeck $7.300; Rhodes 54 740 Sat Cm $28.010. Schleswig $1,340: Shelby S5.900. Sheldim $44.850: Smithland $4.870; Kiverview Center $2.220: Spencer. $41.650: Tama $9.500 Urbana $4.380: West Burlington $75.000. West Liberty $12.820. Williams 56.430 Williamsburg $11.940. Thi.' Army said n cnuh) not make public 1 the recommenda- tiori of the Army-Air Force Clemency and Parole Hoard. But sources said (he board proposed i>nly a slight reduction in Cafley's 20-year sentence. By The Associated Press Israeli and Syrian artillery and tank guns battled again today on Mt. Hermon and along the Golan Sleights The Israeli military command said Syrian guns pounded Israeli positions on the bitterly contested mountain, wounding one soldier, and the exchanges spread along the 40-mile perimeter around the territory captured in the October war The Syrian e o m m a n d reported Syrian and Israeli forces battled on the slopes of Mt. Hermon throughout the night but gave no details. The thud of artillery was heard all night in Damascus, the Syrian capital 23 miles from the Biblical mountain. DKS MOINKS. Iowa i AP> — Householders in 35 stales paid lower electrical bills in 1973 th;i( lowans. according to a Federal Power Commission • FPC i report. In wans' electric bills averaged SI.102 a month for every family. That's 46 cents a month higher than the national average 1 for all householders, but lower than the state's average in 1972. ' o w a Commerce C? o m in i s s i o n Chairman Maurice Van \ostrand said Wednesday there are two reasons for the change in Iowa's standing: — K lee trie rates increased at a quicker pace in other states "so we're looking better by comparison." — The Iowa Commerce Commission rolled back S4.2 million in temporary rate increases that were in effect Jan. 1. 1972. when FPC survey was taken. vY A S i i •. M i i • • ,M' ; President Nixon named federal energy chief William E. Simon to be Treasury secretary today and pledged to play an expanded personal role in directing the government's economic policy. Nixon promoted Simon's chief assistant. John C. Sawhill. to federal energy administrator. DES MOINES, Iowa f AP) — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Robert Lounsberry wants federal authorities to investigate alleged collusion that has made wholesale fertilizer prices soar to as high as $330 per ton. Lounsberry said Tuesday that he will ask the U.S. Justice Department to investigate the matter. One farm supply retailer, who Lounsberry would not identify, in recent days paid Deaths. Funerals SHERMAN G. FARRELL Sherman Grant Farrell. 8fl. of 402 North Whitney. Carroll, died here late Tuesday afternoon. April 16. nt St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a long illness. He was a retired teamster. Services will he held at 10:30 Capt. Bys, Unit Honored Capt. Neil I). Bys. son ot the Rev and Mrs Ivan C. Bys ot Osceola. formerly of Carroll, is a member ot the Strategic Air Command 'SAC' unit that has earned the L'.S. Air Fnn-e Outstanding I'nit Award Bys is a missile operations instructor with the 431.Tin Combat Crew Training Squadron at Vandenbert: AFB. California, which was cited for meritorious service in improving the SAC missile training program from .July 1. 1972 to.J une:«). 1973 He was commissioned in 19(58 upon completion of Officer Training School at Lackland AKB. Texas A 1961 graduate ot Carmll High School, he received his B.A. degree in speech in HKio from Simpson College He earned his M A. degree in 1%7 at Temple I'm versii y . Philadelphia This is the fourth consecutive Outstanding I'nit Award for this squadron. Capt. Bys was in charge oi setting up the presentation ceremony, briefing I.t. den. Pitts and personnel and reading the citation Since then he has been sent to Squadron Officer School at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. Legionnaires Outline Plans at Unit Meet Two members of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7. American Legion — Commander Don Bayliss and Jerry Kokenge — spoke at the monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening, 'j ney toiu m the Post's plans for the coming year. In the unit's business meeting, a donation to Child Welfare was voted in memory of Mrs. Ed Mrs. Vincent Stangl, Mrs. A. C. Reinowski and Mrs. Ralph McCord were named as a nominating committee. Plans were made for noting May as "Poppy Month". May 1 was set as the date for the unit's spring rummage sale, to be held in the back room of the Legion hall, where Tuesday night's meeting was held. Persons with articles for the sale may call 792-9581 for pickups. Announcements were made of several meetings including one Wednesday night to complete annual reports: the County Auxiliary meeting April 22 at Glidden: a pre-Girls State meeting at Fort Dodge May 5; and the unit's regular meeting May 21. COUNTY LEGION MEETS The Carroll County American Legion will meet at the Breda Legion Hall at 8 p.m. Wednesday. All members that have not. been initiated should corne to thb meeting. Installation will b< conducted by the Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 installation team of Carroll. a.m. Friday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carrol!, where friends may call after 7:30 p.m Wednesday. The Rev. Timothy Koenig. pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Carroll City Cemetery. Mr. Farrell. son of Emroy and Anna Hudson Farrell. was born at. Irwin July 17. 1885. He was married to Augusta Bertha Jansen at Carroll Jan. 12. 1907: she died March 12. 1964 He had lived here for 20 years, coming from Manning in 1954. Survi vors include six children. Ray and Mrs. Earl iLuellai Meiers of Carroll. Guy of West Fork. Ark.. Mrs. Vincent Schoeppner of Stewartville. Minn.. Mrs. Warren Wright of Mayack. N . C .. and Janes of San Diego. Calif.: 26 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren: and a brother. Ear! Farrel! of Carroll. In addition to his wife. Mr. Farrell was preceded in death by two daughters, a son. five brothers and two sisters. REV. E. W. M. BREWER GLIDDE.N — Final rites for the Rev. Elmer W. M. Brewer. 68. of Ravenna. Neb., were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Peace Lutheran Church in Glidden. where he served as pastor from 1948 until 1960. The Rev. Paul Bussert. current pastor, officiated. The sermon was delivered by the Rev Dr. Ellis Nieting of Fort Doge, president of the Iowa West District of the Lutheran Church. Missouri Synod. Paul Loeschen was organist, and several hymns were sung by the congregation. The Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann of Lidderdale conducted graveside rites at W e s t I a w n Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — Another prime rate increase cooled off the stock market's recent rally today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up .63 at 861.86. and gainers clung to a narrow lead over losers on the New York Stock Exchange. Citizens and Southern National Bank of Atlanta became the fourth bank to raise its prime lending rate above the former record high of 10 per cent, putting the key rate at 10'4 on existing loans and 10'2 on new ones. IN MEMORY OF Sherman Farrell Carroll - Age 88 Friends may call at the Dahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll after 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Funeral Services: 10:30 a.m. Friday at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Carroll Officiating: Rev. Timothy Koenig Interment: Carroll City Cemetery DAHN& WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES $330 per ton for the popular nitrogen fertilizer anhydrous ammonia, the serrR|,arv said. About one year ago the price averaged ,$100 per ton. IOWA CITY. Iowa (APi—An assault chare has been filed against a young Iowa City man free on bond on a murder charge. James Hall, 21, was arraigned on the assault charge in magistrate court Tuesday. He pleaded innocent and was freed on bond. The charge was filed by Mark Jagnow, an employe of a Coralville supermarket, who said Hall assaulted him outside the store last week. Preliminary hearing on the assault charge was delayed until after his murder trial, scheduled to begin May 6. Hall is charged in the March 13, 1973, slaying of Sarah Ann Ottens. Morrison, 111. MissOt- tcns, 20, svas found slain in a University of Iowa dormitory. Scherle Here — Congressman William J. Scherle < left > was greeted at a luncheon at Tony's Restaurant here Tuesday noon. The Henderson, Iowa, legislator was introduced by Harold J. Kienapfel. right. Scherle is seeking reelection in the southwest Iowa district. Gegel. Albert Janssen. Raymond Kruse, David Loeschen. Walter Platt and John Zimmerman Jr. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Glidden was in charge of arrangements. Among relatives and friends attending the funeral were four Lutheran pastors, the Revs. Theodore Tews of Arcadia. Harold Belsheim of Lake City. Carl Schmidt of Denison and Elmer Greene of Mapleton. and their wives. The Rev. Mr. Brewer died of a heart attack at Ravenna April 12. Rites were held there at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. OLIVER OHDE Oliver Ohde. 72. of Spokane. Wash., died at Spokane Monday night. April 15. Services will be held there Saturday. Mr. Ohde is survived by his wife, a daughter and the following brothers and sisters: Wesley and Melvin Ohde of Carroll. Ray and Lester Ohde and Mrs. George Pfoltner of Manning and Mrs. Gilbert Martens of Manilla. DR. JOSEPH J. ROHNER The mass of the resurrection for Dr. Joseph J. Rohner. D.D.S., 85, of Dubuque will be celebrated here at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V. F. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. A former Carroll resident, Dr. Rohner died at 8 p.m. April 15 at Mercy Hospital, Dubuque. after a week's illness. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in. Carroll after 7 p.m. Wednesday. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday, followed by an 8.-45 scriptural prayer service. Dr. Rohner was born at Carroll Nov. 2. 1888. a son of Joseph A. and Mary Kniest Rohner. He was a graduate of Carroll High School, Chicago College of Music and Northwestern University School of Dentistry. He practiced at Templeton until entering military service as a first lieutenant Sept. 19, 1918. He served in Siberia and received his discharge Npv. 24. 1919. and then practiced at Hienes Veterans Hospital, Hienes. 111.. until his retirement. He was married to Elsa Diener and they made their home in Hienes. After his retirement he spent two years in Germany, and following his wife's death he spent the past several years in Dubuque with his sister, Mrs. RoseB. Beyer. He was a former member of Holy Spirit parish and Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion, in Carroll, Surviving are his. sister, Mrs. Beyer, and a brother, Edward B. Rohner of Carroll. Three brothers and a sister preceded him in death besides his wife. Dr. Joseph J. Rohner, DOS Dubuque — Age 86 formerly of Carroll Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Wednesday Rosary at 8 p.m. Wednesday Scriptural Prayer Service at 8:45 p.m. Wednesday Mass of the Resurrection 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lent V.F. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery Thomas L. Kuker Carroll — Age 32 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home after 3 p.m. Wednesday Rosary: 4 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Scriptural Prayer Service: 8:45 p.m. Wednesday Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m, Thursday at St. Frances Church in Maple River Officiating: Rev. Richard Birdsall Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll SHARP SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years

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