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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Fair northwest, cloudy southeast this morning, partly sunny and mild over state this afternoon, highs upper 60s east to mid 70s west: partly cloudy with a chance of showers or thundershowers developing tonight: warmer, lows mid 40s northeast to mid 50s southwest, showers and thundershowers likely Saturday, highs mid 60s to mid 70s. Wa-tan-ye Parley Here On April 28 SHOWERS Members of the Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club, meeting at the Derby Thursday night, completed plans for entertaining District 2 clubs here Sunday, April 28. in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church. Mrs. Loreen Grube of Waverly, president of the Association of Wa-tan-ye Clubs, Inc.. is among the honored guests expected to attend the annual spring meeting of the business and professional women. Mrs. Betty M. Chase of Denison, District 2 director, will preside and Marjorie Huelman, local club president, will extend the welcome. Approximately 100 members of the service organization are expected to attend the meeting which opens with registration at 12:30p.m. Mrs. Augusta Bartosh and Mrs. John Beyerink Jr. were table hostesses at the monthly 7 p.m. dinner meeting. Table decorations, in a spring theme, included ceramic rabbits, baskets of Easter eggs, small bouquets of spring flowers and decorated cupcakes. Mrs. Lydia Mattis was a guest. New program yearbooks with covers designed by Neoma Hagge. secretary were distributed. Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach reported that more than 125 May baskets have been made for delivery to local shut-ins. Dorothy Wohlenborg won the draw prize. The next regular meeting is scheduled for May 9 at the Derby. LEAGUE DELEGATES Two Carroll County League of Women Voters members, Mrs. Joseph Russell and Mary Beiter. were delegates to the state council in Des Moines April 17 and 18. Meetings convened at Adventureland. The state president, Jean Lloyd-Jones of Iowa City presided and gave the State of the League message. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Chance of thundershowers continuing and cooler Sunday. Generally fair and mild Monday and Tuesday. Highs mostly in 60s and lows in 40s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 80 Yesterday's low 44 At 7 a.m. today 39 At 10 a.m. today 42 Weather A Year Ago- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 66 and the low, 48 degrees. Installed at Presbyterial Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg of Carroll was installed as coordinator of committee on leadership resources at an all-day meeting of Northwest Presbyterial Wednesday at Storm Lake. Officers were installed by Mrs. B. E. Von Glan of Westside. synodical vice president. The morning devotions. "Witnesses Together" were presented by Mrs. Robert Richardson of Carroll. Others attending from the local Presbyterian Church were Mrs. Lester Heinen. Mrs. James Cruchelow, Mrs. Freman Gruber, Mrs. C. R. Thomas and Mrs. Glennie Prince. Mrs. Joe Schweers of Arcadia accompanied them. The day's theme was "Shalom, Fullness of Life for All". Principal speakers were Mrs. William Basinger of Goldfield and Mrs. Robert McKee of Clarion. Mrs. Basinger and her husband have been missionaries in Japan, working with the handicapped, and after July will go to Korea. Mrs. McKee was a delegate to a peace seminar in Vienna last year, attended by 40 Christian women from 11 countries. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Another limit gain in soybean oil futures tended to influence buying of soybeans and sbybean meal futures on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The 100 point gain in all futures was the third in succession. Demand for all futures was strong again and sellers were very scarce. Price moves were generally 5 to 10 points at a time, rather than 1 or2. There was some doubt in the trade that Peru's anchovy catch was up to expectations in recent days and this instilled some buying in soy meal, which rose about $3 a ton. Strength in the end-products influenced a 10 cent a bushel gain in soybeans as shorts were forced to cover. Wheat futures responded to rather active commercial buying on the opening and advanced around 5 cents a bushel. 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Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 19, 1974 Top Award to Burlington Newspaper DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Burlington Hawk Eye won the 1974 Newspaper of the Year award, the Iowa Press Association said Friday. The announcement of the Better Newspaper Contests award came during the association's meeting in Des Moines. The Hawk E!ye also won first place in contemporary affairs analysis, second in general excellence for daily newspapers, second in coverage of education, second in excellence in advertising layout and design, and third in reporting local government and in community service. Given the Master Columnist award was the Hawk Eye's David Awbrey. Second was Robert A. Fleischer of the Clinton Herald, and Tom Miller of the Cherokee Daily Times was third. Miller won first place in editorial excellence in the daily newspaper division, while Everett A. Streit and Fleischer were second. Leo Mores of the Harlan News-Advertiser placed first for editorial excellence in the weekly division, followed by Reid K. Beveridge of the Williamsburg Journal-Tribune. The Vinton Cedar Valley Times picked up first places in the "Plus Business" contest, the reporting local government category for daily papers and coverage of women's news, and was tied for second in contemporary affairs analysis with the Cherokee Daily Times. General excellence awards in the weekly division were won by: Class 1. Storm Lake PilotTribune; Class 2, Cascade P i o n e e r-Advertiser; Class 3, McGregor North Iowa Times. Club Tours Farmland and G. E. Plants For their final activity of the season. B.L.B.F. Club members and guests toured two industrial facilities and had a luncheon in Carroll Thursday. In the morning the women were taken through the Farmland Foods. Inc., plant by Mike Benton. manager. The afternoon was spent at the General Electric plant. Part of the group was escorted through the facility by Gilbert Johnson, employment specialist, and the others, by Glen Soyer of the chemistry laboratory. In a short business session following a luncheon at the Elk's Club, Mrs. Mary Onken was elected president; Mrs. Marvin Boell, vice president; and Mrs. Larry Lasher, secretary-treasurer. Guests in the group of 19 were Mrs. Wayne Schelle of Breda, Mrs. Lyle Schleisman. Mrs. Gerald Wooten, Mrs. Mabel Kroeger and Mrs. Monte Hook. Can Now Vote Absentee Ballots Absentee ballots for the Carroll Cable Television franchise election are available at the County Auditor's office, William C. Arts jr., auditor and county election commissioner, said Friday. Qualified voters within the city limits of Carroll may vote an absentee ballot in person at the auditor's office, Arts said, or may make written application to his office in the Carroll County Court House. The cable television election will be held Tuesday, April 30, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. All voters will vote in the meeting room of the Court House. Written applications for the absentee ballots must include the voter's name, the address at which he is qualified to vote and the name or date of the election for which the ballot is requested. Arts said. Although neither the voted ballot nor the application for the ballot need be notarized, Arts said the voter's affidavit, which must also be returned with the ballot, must be notarized. Voters in the election will decide whether to allow a cable television franchise in the city for the Carroll Cable Company. -Hot Off the Wire- ABA Head Criticizes Saxbe's Hearst Remarks WASHINGTON (AP) — The president of the American Bar Association says Atty. Gen. William B. Saxbe may have endangered the prosecution of Symbionese Liberation Army members charged with a San Francisco bank robbery. ABA chief Chesterfield Smith said Saxbe also may have threatened the prosecution of Patricia Hearst if it turns out that criminal charges are brought against her. In an interview Thursday, Smith was questioned about the legal implications of Saxbe's statement on Wednesday labeling the SLA and Miss Hearst as a group of "common criminals" and Miss Hearst as a willing participant in Monday's robbery. The FBI has issued a warrant for Miss Hearst as a material witness to the robbery and filed bank robbery charges against four others identified as previously associated with the SLA. MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) — Vice President Gerald R. Ford says President Nixon is "my friend and I think he's innocent on any charges that are legitimate in this current situation." Ford, who said the President has "been my friend for 25 years," made his comments before a cheering audience of about 600 at a $100-a-plate fund-raising dinner for U.S. Rep. Burt L. Talcott. At the a news conference earlier. Ford said he saw no problem in the White House yielding "relevant parts" of tape recordings to the House Judiciary Committee for its impeachment investigation. Ford said he is certain the tapes contain nothing that would incriminate Nixon in the Watergate break-in or its cover-up. MISSOURI VALLEY, Iowa (AP)—Iowa outdoor officials and their Nebraska counterparts took opposite views at a meeting in Missouri Vallev to Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Larry H. Riesberg. Carroll. Kawasaki; Dwight M. Fiscus, Carroll, Honda; Albert or Evelyn Freking, Carroll, Buick; Rheta E. Fiscus. Carroll, Honda: Randy L. Lohmeier, Manning, Chevrolet; Laverne J. or Joan A. Greving, Carroll, Chevrolet; Paul A. or Joam M. Bernholtz, Carroll. Hornet: Bernard M. Becker, Breda, Chevrolet; Rotert Construction, Inc., Halbur, Chevrolet; Robert A. and Frank B. Nockels, Carroll, Chevrolet; Donna C. Heinrichs, Halbur, Dodge. Real Estate Transfers- Helen M. Jeffrey to Clair J. and Lou Ann T. Otto, Lot 1. Block 47, Third Addition to Carroll. Clair J. and Lou Ann T. Otto to Lawrence W. and Faye M. Bluml, Lot 1, Block 47, Third Addition to Carroll. C. U. Jr., and Olga Fisher to •The Mary L.'Berger 'and the Evaline A. Fisher Trust. Part of Lot 2. NW'4NW'-4 and Part of SW^NW'.n, all in Sec. 30. Twp.83N..Range33W. C. U. Jr., and Olga Fisher to The Nancy L. Kvittem and Sheryl R. Prill Trust. Part of N'^NW^SW'.!. Sec. 19. Twp. 83 N., Range 33 W. Police Department Two-Car Accident— A car driven by Verna A. Prentice, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Myron L. Johnson, Carroll. Thursday while backing from a driveway on Main Street near Hillcrest Drive, police reported. No injuries were reported. Fire Department Car-Fire— Carroll firemen extinguished a car fire at the Wilma Luchtel residence at 118 West Twelfth Street shortly before noon Friday, add deaths ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 17— Mrs. Donald Smouse, Coon R.anids Merle F. Mqylan, Bayard Mary C. Krebs, Carroll Admissions April 18— Lawrence W. Stoelk, Breda Mrs. 0. Z. Dillehay, Carroll Wayne F. Dupuis, Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.05 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.40 Oats 1.35 OMAHA. Neb. (AP)-Livestock quotations Friday: Hogs: 7.500; barrows and gilts 50-1.00 lower, some late sales 1.00-1.75 lower; 1-3195-240 Ibs. 31.50-32.25: late sales 30.50-31.50; 240-250 Ibs.30.50-31.50; some late 30.00-30.50; sows 50-75 lower, some 1.00 lower: 340^00 Ibs. 25.50-26.60. Cattle and calves: 1,500; not enough steers and heifers for an adequate market test; majority of slaughter supply cows, these steady; feeder cattle consigned for Friday auction; 2 loads choice 950-1,021 Ibs heifers 41.25-42.00; utility and commercial cows 30.00-32.50: few individual utility 32.75-33.00; canners and cutters 27.00-30.50. Sheep: 50; not enough to test trade. Uslimated receipts Monday: Cattle and calves 6,500; hogs 8.000; sheep 500. DES MOINES, Iowa (API-(USDA)- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Friday 50,000; actual receipts Thursday 93,000; week ago 33,000; year ago 30,000. Butchers generally 50-75 lower; movement moderately active most areas; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 30 (Mt-.10.25; packing plants 30.50-31.00; sows steady to 50 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 26.00-27.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Friday 900; slaughter lambs steady Thursday; choice with some good shorn 90-110 Ibs No. I to fall shorn 39.00-40.00. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) —The stock market, confronted by a steady stream of bad news on inflation and interest rates, fell back sharply in light trading today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 9.00 at 860.92, and declining issues swamped gainers by close to a 3-1 margin on the New York Stock Exchange. Among the negative influences listed by analysts were the spread of a record-setting 10'4 per cent prime lending rate through the banking industry, and a government official's prediction that inflation in the second quarter might be at least as bad as it was in the first. Coastal States Gas was the Big Board volume leader, up 7 n at 8 3 's in trading that included a 171,000-share block at7 :) 4. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down .52 at 94.90. Other Big Board issues on the active list included Weyerhaueser, down 1 3 4 at 44>4. Among glamor issues dropping a point or more were IBM, Xerox. Texas Instruments, Digital Equipment and Upjohn. Golds were higher. The Amex's most active issue was Cornpugraphic Corp., down 1's at20 3 B. The NYSE's noon composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at 49.96, down .48. New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - Noon stock quotations: AllicdCh 43% D % Allied Sirs 22'. U AmBrds .38% U AmCan 28'. D A m C h a i n l 9 ' 4 ACyanid 23 % D AmHome 39 '<4 D AmMotors 8 '2 D AmSmelt 24'» D AmStand 14% D AmT&T 49'4 D% ArmstCK 274 D % All Richfld 92 D AvcoCorp 6'4 D Bandaglnc 294 D BeatFds 20'* D BectDick 36 D BendixAv 28'. D discuss recreation at the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge. Fred Priewert, director of the Iowa Conservation Commission, believes federal officials have gone back on their word concerning recreation at the refuge near Missouri Valley. Iowa Conservation Commissioner James Bixler, Council Bluffs, a sharp critic of the refuge management, told a gathering of about 150 persons that federal authorities want to phase out all non-wildlife oriented recreation at its refuges. "If that is what they want," he said, "that is their choice." DIAGONAL, Iowa (AP)—Angela L. Parker, 2, has been killed in a truck pedestrian accident on a Ringgold County road just north of Diagonal. Authorities said the child, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker of near Diagonal had been playing with a dog on D D D D D D D D '/4 D '. D '* D % U Mi D 1 '.* D 1 '.« D '* D '/4 D '. D 't. D '* the road when a pickup truck driven by Duane Campbell, 34 of near Creston approached. Investigators believe a trailer being pulled by the truck struck the girl Thursday. She died a short time later at a Mount Ayr hospital. PLEASANT HILL, Iowa (AP)—Twenty-nine cars of a Rock Island Lines freight train have derailed near Pleasant Hill, an eastern Des Moines suburb. Authorities said 15 cars overturned. Eight of the cars carried new autos bound for Denver. There were no injuries reported, and the cause of the derailment was under investigation. WASHINGTON (AP) -The Interior Department plans shortly to propose a regulation that would prohibit major oil companies from making joint bids of federal offshore leases. 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Sawhill warns that the nation will remain "just as vulnerable, probably more so" to an Arab oil embargo for the next few years as it was last winter. Sawhill told reporters Thursday that if the Arab nations cut off oil shipments to the United States again, "we would have to go to more drastic measures to reduce demand, but it might still be possible to stop short of coupon rationing." Deaths, Funerals THOMAS L. KUKER The mass of the resurrection for Thomas L. Kuker, 32, of Carroll was celebrated by the Rev. Richard Birdsall at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in St. Francis Church, Maple River. The Rev. Fr. Nabbity of Omaha was also in the sanctuary. Busing Legion Heads — Ed Stenstrom, Coon Rapids, right, was elected commander of the county American Legion during a meeting Wednesday night. The new vice commander for the 1974-75 year is George Grossman, Dedharn, left. County American Legion meetings will resume in September. (Continued From Page 1) private parties to provide transportation, and the private schools are private parties," Fr. Donahoe explained. The contract arrangement would be provided with state funds. "There is a genuine lack of transportation equipment available in the U.S. today and most bus manufacturers won't guarantee delivery under 12 months," Fr. Donahoe said. "This is why I am doubtful the local district could provide the needs now." Stroh said the added responsibilities of transporting private school students could call for a full-time transportation director for the district. "Now, Gary Tessmer is handling the transportation, but he also handles the Title I program and the business affairs." Stroh said. He said it may be necessary to transfer the business duties from Tessmer so he can devote more time to the busing situation. Stroh said another question which must be answered is what to do with St. Bernard School in Breda. "Breda has no buses and will they want buses is a question," Stroh said. The Rev. Dennis Sefcik, St. Bernard administrator, said he has not discussed the situation with his board but added ''from early indications, we want to become involved with the program, but we're not sure to what extent. This is something we will want to decide with the board." Fr. Sefcik said "usually we talk these things over with Mr. Stroh and Mr. Tessmer, and I think it will be an easy thing to decide because of the good cooperation between our schools." Fr. Donhoe said it is likely the new busing measure will be challenged in the courts, "however, it should pass the test of consitutionality," he continued. "There is no certainty the auxiliary services bill was unconstitutional, but rather than take a chance, the bus bill repeals the auxiliary services law," the Kuemper administrator said. Kuemper currently operates 10 bus routes and transports 1,000 secondary and elementary students each day. The school owns 12 buses and operates with 10 regular drivers and three standby drivers. Bus-Roll Call DES MOINES. Iowa lAPj-Hore is the 33-16 vote by which the Senate Thursday gave final legislative approval to the bill to require local public school districts to provide transportation for private school students: Voting yes (33): Andersen. Bergman, Blouin, Brilcs, Coleman, DeKoster. Doderer, Gallagher, Glenn. Gluba. Hanson, Heying. Junkins, Kelly, Kennedy, Kinley, Lamborn. McCartney. C. Miller, Milligan. Murray. Nolin, Palmer. Plymat, Potter, Priebe. Riley. Robinson. Schaben, Schwieger. Scott. Tieden, VanGilst. Voting no (16): Burroughs. Curtis. Hill. Hultman. E. Miller, Nystrom. Orr. Habe- deaux. Ramsey, Rodgers. Schwengels. Shaff, Shaw, Taylor. Willits. Winkelman. Pallbearers were Mr. Kukers' brothers, Evan, Marvin. Morris, Allan, Richard and Robert Kuker. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemeterv. Carroll, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Mr. Kuker died April 16 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after four years' illness. On July 12, 1972, he became the first diabetic to receive a cadaver transplant at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Among those attending the funeral was his kidney brother, Clarence Kayser of Waterloo. Other relatives and friends were from Omaha, Fort Calhoun and Osmund. Neb.; St. Cloud and Burnside, Minn.; Great Falls, Mont : Hammond. La.; Arcadia. Breda. Schleswig. Storm Lake. Pocahontas, Fort Dodge. Mapleton. Wall Lake, Templeton. Halbur. Churdan. Auburn. Lake View. Havelock. Laurens. Audubon, Cedar Rapids and Carroll. Persons wishing to contribute to kidney research in memory of Mr. Kuker may send donations to the Kidney foundation, Des Moines. JOSEPH ALBERT Joseph Albert, 59, of Carroll, maintenance engineer at Farmland Foods. Inc., here, died unexpectedly at 5 a.m. Thursday. April 18. at Reading. Pa., where he had gone to spend Easter with his wife and family. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Reading. The Auman Funeral Home, 235 Penn Street, Reading, is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Albert had been with Farmland here since construction of the plant began more than two years ago. Surviving are his wife. Jennie, a son and a daughter, all at Reading. JOHN VEIT ODEBOLT - John Veit, 90 died at his home in Odebolt Wednesday. April 17. He farmed in this area for many years. Services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at St. Martin's Catholic Church. Odebolt. with burial in the parish cemetery. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Odebolt was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Veit, whose wife died 'last week, is survived by eight daughters and three sons. DR. JOSEPH J.ROHNER The mass of the resurrection for Dr. Joseph J Rohner, D.D.S., 85, of Dubuque, a native of Carroll, was celebrated in Holy Spirit Church here at 10:30 a.m Thursday. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., officiated. Pallbearers were Joseph Rohner, Ed Rohner, Jim Rohner and Ed Schutz. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Relatives and friends attended the rites from Dubuque, Minneapolis and Carroll. Dr. Rohner died in Dubuque April 15. DISMISSED Leonard Schechinger of Carroll was to arrive home from St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha Thursday. He recently underwent lung surgery.