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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Fair and cold tonight. Low mid 30s northeast, mid 40s southwest. Fair east, increasing cloudiness west and warmer Wednesday. High near 60 northeast, low 70s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Extended outlook Thursday through Saturday: occasional periods of showers and thunderstorms Thursday through Friday night. Warm Offer Farm Safety Course Safety training courses for farm youth are being offered again this year in Carroll County, Extension Director Roland Lickteig said Tuesday. The courses are held for 14 ami 15 year olds to comply with federal laws. Francis Baldus. Kuemper Agriculture Instructor, will teach the course at Kuemper High School on June 3,4, 5,6. 7 and 8. He has received the training to qualify as an instructor. Youths 14 or 15 years old must complete certain training and pass specified exams before legally doing many types of farm work on any farm other than one operated by the parents. All persons under 16 should register at the Extension office in Carroll before May 21. A $10 registration fee will be charged to cover the costs of books and other expenses. Lickteig stated that the safety training will greatly reduce chances of being injured. Also, a young person never knows when an opportunity to earn extra money might arise. "Don't expect a neighbor to hire you under illegal conditions, even if a heavy harvest is being delayed. The legal consequences of such action is too severe for any farmer to chance." Eich Speaks to Rotary Club The duties of the county attorney were explained to the Carroll Rotary Club Monday night by Ron Eich. He was introduced by Carl Stukenholtz. Eich said the county attorney prosecutes criminal cases in four areas: felonies, indictable misdemeanors, misdemeanors and juvenile. The most common offense in Carroll County, he said, is operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. The county attorney also represents other elected county officials and county agencies in court cases. Wes Thomas, Coon Rapids Rotarian, was a guest. COOLER Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, April 23, 1974 Thursday, cooler Saturday. Highs 70s and 80s Thursday cooling to 60s Saturday. Lows 50s Thursday and Friday and 40s Saturday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co. I Yesterday's high 62 Yesterday's low 38 At 7 a.m. today 35 At 10 a.m. today 38 Weather A Year Ago— High temperature in Carroll a year ago today was 67 and the low. 39 degrees. Board (Continued From Page 1) disabilities teachers, it was our intention to cover the entire county. But now the state department has said it may not be possible for the private schools," Farrell said. However, a paragraph written into Farrell's job description for the coming year is intended to compensate should the private schools not be allowed to take part in the learning disabilities program. The board scheduled its next regular meeting for Monday, May 20, at 8 p.m. in the conference room of the county education building at the corner of U.S. 30 and Adams Street. Honor Six Confirmations LIDDERDALE — A confirmation banquet Sunday night honored the six students who were confirmed in the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale on April 7. The newly confirmed are Julie Harmening. Jeffrey Wenck, Roger Onken, Cathy Bruggeman, Deborah Heuton and Ronald Kruse. The Rev. Harold Belsheim, pastor of the Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lake City, was guest speaker and spoke on mysteries. The ladies aid and mothers of last year's confirmation class served the dinner. The Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann led the invocation. '' ''"""•" Guests besides the six students were 40 members of the LYC and parents. Guests besides the six students were 40 members of the LYC and parents. Brenda Bruggeman, Linda Onken and Randy Kroeger, LYC members, led entertainment and the closing devotion following the dinner. TAKE TANK COURSE Army Sp-4 Patrick J. Lawler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis V. Lawler. and Pfc. Ronald L. Keat. son of Mrs. Colet Keat, both of Carroll, have completed tank crew qualification course in Octstadt, Germany If you have a specific question concerning CABLE TV Call KCIM Radio 792-4321 on Wednesday, April 24 from 1:30 to 2:00 p.m. Your questions will be answered. CABLE TV WILL BE GOOD FOR Additional questions will be answered if you call. CARROLL CABLE COMPANY Box 886 Carroll, Iowa Call 792-4321 - Office Hours Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Arrest 5 on 'Pot' Counts AUDUBON — Four men and a woman were arrested Sunday and charged with possession of marijuana after police stopped a van for a routine traffic offense and said they smelled marijuana smoke in the truck. Two of those charged are in the Air Force stationed at Duluth. Minn., and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Monday before District Court Magistrate Joe Sklenar. Cnarged were Norman C. Spencer. 22, of Des Moines; Kay Ann Kerkhoff, 20, who is in the Air Force; Patrick T. Murray, 24, whose home town is Emlenton, Pa., but who also is in the Air Force at Duluth; James Anderson, 19, of Cedar Rapids, la.; and Thomas Harry Larsen, 20, of Audubon. Police Chief Arnold Krauel said two officers, Ronald Jensen and Robert Welch, noticed a light on the van driven by Anderson was not working and followed it to the homo of Spencer's parents. He said the five persons were arrested when the officers smelled what they believed to be marijuana smoke when the door^ of the van were opened. All five were held in Audubon County jail and appeared Sunday in magistrate court. Spencer was released on a 10 per cent deposit of a $1.000 bond. Miss Kerkhoff, Murray, and Anderson were released on $250 cash bonds, and Larsen was ordered held for $2,500 bond. He is on probation for a sentence which followed a conviction on a charge of possession of marijuana several weeks ago. He was charged after a raid on the house he was living in in West Audubon early in January. On that charge he was given a 60-day suspended jail sentence and placed on probation. The two Air Force members were scheduled to return to Minnesota Monday afternoon. Miss Kerkhoff is an Audubon native, as are Spencer and Anderson. Anderson said he is employed in a packing hou.°.e at Cedar Rapids, and Spencer is unemployed. Larson moved to Qedar .Rapids for,? short time after his sentence on the January narcotics conviction, but said he could not find a job there and returned to Audubon. New York Stocks NEW YORK (APi - Noon stock quotations: AlliedCh 43 ".4 D% Allied Sirs 22*4 A m B r d s 3 7 '•« D % A m C a n 2 8'» ' U ' 4 Am Chain 19 ACyanid 23% D % A m H o m e 3 8 'it D '•» Am Motors 8% AmSmelt 25% D '/» AmStand 14% U '* Am T4T 48 3 4 D '* ArmstCK 26 '<z D % All Richfld 90'/ 4 AvcoCorp 6'/ 4 Bandag Inc 2 9 3 < B e a t F d s 19'» D '/» BectDick 34% U "2 BendixAv 28 '•„ U '/» BethStl 33', U% Boeing Co 15 Borden 24 D '*. B r u n s w i k 1 5 3 .« B u r N o r 4 2 '/» D </4 Chrysler 17 V 4 D '/H Con Freight 1 8'/» D '/i Con Oil 40 D '-H C P C I n 11 33'-* U '/4 C u r t i s W r t 1 0 3 /4 Deere 41 D v, duPont 175 Dl E a s t K o d 10 6 3 /4 D '•» Eltra CP 2 5 Mi U '/, E s m a r k 2 9 3 < D % Exxon 7 9 '/» D '/• F i r m o n t 9 '/i D '/ t Firestone 16 D '/« F o o t e M i n 1 2 '/«- U • '/« F o r d M o t 5 2 '/s D '/« Fruehauf 24'A GambleSko 31% D 3 /4 Cent 17'A U 'A I n t H a r v 2 6'/» Int T&T 22'* D % Inte rst P 15% Hot Off the Wire- Slump for Dollar on European Exchanges Edward Irlbeck Dedham — Age 64 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, starting at 7:00 p.m. Monday Rosary: 8:00 p.m. Monday 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:45 p.m. Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Church, Dedham Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer: Interment: St. Joseph's Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOMF. Carroll, lowo Serving Carroll 33 yeors LONDON (AP) - The dollar slumped sharply in European foreign exchanges today, apparently in reaction to fears of higher American inflation and expectations of an early upvaluing of the West German mark. Some dealers saw the slump as a European reaction to heavy dollar sales in New York on Monday. London bankers also believed President Nixon's Watergate problems depressed the dollar. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A move for final adjournment of the 1974 legislature at 5 p.m. Friday was launched in the Iowa House Tuesday by Rep. Harold Fischer, R-Wellsburg. He accused the leaders of the House and Senate of "playing games" which have had the result of prolonging the session. "I think we have the votes to adjourn the House and just leave the Senate sitting there, unless they'll come to their senses very quickly." Fischer declared. The whole session has been marred by a behind the scenes struggle over session priorities. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The president of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod appears to have offered an olive branch to feuding sides in a doctrinal dispute in the 2.8-million-member denomination. At a news conference Monday on the closing day of the four-day convention of the Southeastern District, Dr. Jacob A. 0. Preus said he was anxious to "place" seminary students who bolted in February from the church's Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. He said constitutional provisions would have to be met in allowing the students to return to the seminary but that' 'each side" in the dispute "has to bend." WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's railroads say "an urgent need for additional revenue" is prompting them to request permission for a 10 per cent hike in freight rates. In a petition Monday to the Interstate Commerce Commission, the industry warned that some major rail carriers "are in immediate danger of ceasing operations because of lack of cash." Daily Record COURT HOUSE License to Wed— Russell H. Reineke. 22. and Jacqueline M. Tigges, 18, both of Carroll New Vehicles Registered— Marcellus or Edna Schrad, Templeton, Ford; Russell C. or Esther Franz, Carroll. Oldsmobile; Meiners Stock Yard, Dedham. Chevrolet; Sharon Golwitzer, Glidden, Toyota; Alfred Tiefenthaler, Carroll. Dodge: Barry D. Andersen, Arcadia, Honda; Thomas or Evelyne Campbell, Carroll. Oldsmobile: Leo C. Schweers. Arcadia. Buick; Louis or Doris Grade. Carroll. Volvo; Wilfred Naberhaus. Halbur, Pontiac: William or Karen Billings. Carroll, Chevrolet; Merle Danner. Carroll, Starcraft; Terry J. Eischeid, Carroll, Chevrolet; Verdean or Penny Kluver. Arcadia. Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Estate of Gladys C. Humphrey to John L. and Elizabeth Tharnish. Lot 13. Block 1. Burns Addtion to Carroll. Francis E. Jr. and Mary A. Conley to Warren L. Jr. and Lois T. Maxwell, Lot 13. Block 6, Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. Estate of Marie Niehaus to Verlin F. and Lorraine H. Kennebeck, Lots 112 and 113, Meyers' Addition to Carroll. Fire Department Cooking Fire— Carroll firemen were called to 803 North Carroll Street Monday night when a pizza being cooked in a basement apartment burned. Jude Schoenherr, who lives in the apartment with Tom Julich and Roger Julich, said he was watching television and fell asleep while the pizza was cooking. Firemen found Schoenherr asleep on the couch in the apartment and carried him from the apartment. But they reported he had not been overcome by smoke. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission April 19— Richard L. Schlichte, Audubon Admissions April 20— Louis C. Tigges, Glidden Mrs. Richard LeValley, Carroll Jerome G. Neppel, Carroll Mrs. Thomas L. Kraus, Carroll Admissions April 21— Richard A. Riesberg, Carroll Mrs. Zena W. Becker, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Russell Sparks, Glidden, a son, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vonnahme, Carroll, a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Schultes, Manning, a daughter, Tuesday ANNANDALE, VA. — Mr. and Mrs. Christopher K. Moore, 4922 Van Walbeek Place, Annandale, a daughter, Jennifer, April 22. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bosworth of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. and Mrs. J. D. Moore of Carroll. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.20 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.48 Oats 1.35 OMAHA, Neb. < AP) ( USD A ) — Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 8.000; barrows and gilts moderately active, mostly 50-75 lower; around 100 head 1-2 around 210-232 Ibs 31.00; 1-3 195-250 Ibs. 29.75-30.75; 2-3 240-290 Ibs 27.25-30.50; 2-4 350-350 Ibs 26.00-29.50; sows25-75 lower; 370-600 Ibs 25.00-26.00. Cattle and calves: 7,500; trade on slaughter steers quite slow and uneven; 50 to as much as 1.50 lower with many sales 1.00 off; heifers moderately active. 50 lower, instances 75 lower; cows 50-1.00 lower; scattered sales feeder steers 50-1.00 lower; 2 loads choice and prime 1,100-1,225 Ibs steers 42.00; choice 1,000-1,200 Ibs 40.50-41.50; choice and prime 1,200-1,250 Ibs 41.50; choice 1,200-1,400 Ibs 39.00-41.00: few loads and part loads choice and prime 975-1,050 Ibs heifers 41.50-41.60; choice 900-1,075 Ibs 40.25-41.25; utility and commercial cows 29.00-31.00; high good and choice 875-1,000 Ibs feeder steers 39.50-40.50; few consignments choice 41.00-41.25. Sheep: 600; shorn slaughter lambs around 1.00 higher than Monday; 340 head choice end of prime 108 Ibs shorn No. 1 pelts 41.50. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattle and calves 3,500; hogs 6,000; sheep 500. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDAHowa Southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 65,000; actual receipts Monday 97,000; week ago 62,000; year ago 61,000. Demand only fair to good; movement rather slow; butchers 50-1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 28.75-29.00; plants 29.00-29.50; sows fully 1.00 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 24.75-26.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Tuesday 1,200; slaughter lambs steady Monday; most choice shorn 90-105 Ib No. 1 to fall shorn pelts 39.00-40.00. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market slipped lower across a broad front today, weighed down by fears of increasingly tight money in the months ahead. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 3.99 at 854.58, and losers swamped gainers by about 7 to 2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was light. Brokers said the declines reflected uneasiness on Wall WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon is considering ways to blunt what a ranking White House official calls "escalating requests on all fronts" for more tapes of presidential conversations. The official, who would not allow use of his name, said Nixon has made no decision on precisely how to proceed. He pledged that the President would make "a comprehensive statement, a comprehensive response" to a House Judiciary Committee subpoena for 42 tapes which carries a Thursday deadline. However, interviews with several Nixon advisers disclosed that high-level unhappiness is growing with each new subpoena or request for White House tapes. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Bank official Albert L. Dantzler, who last week said he was kidnaped and held for ransom, is being investigated in a possible extortion hoax, a source close to the kidnap investigation said today. SILVER BAY, Minn. (AP) — The 3,100 employes of Reserve Mining Co. began rushing back to their jobs Street over the Federal Reserve Board's avowed intention to pursue a relatively restrictive monetary policy. Sanders Assocites was the Big Board's most-active issui, down 1V 2 at 4. A 195,000-share block was traded at that price. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures prices fell sharply under wide liquidation on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The selling, which was active with the opening bell, produced a decline of 16 cents a bushel in soybeans, 7 cents in Chicago wheat, 3 cents in corn and in oats. The 100 point limit in soybeans was raised to 150 points under new exchange rules after three successive limit advances in old crop options. Soybean oil and soybean meal prices, which showed some strengthening early, also fell back. The government reported on inspections last week of grain for export. Personals- Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Warnke and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wooten attended the baptism of their granddaughter and great-granddaughter, respectively, Hea:her Marie Housewirth, on April 20 at the Peace Lutheran Church ins, Omaha, Neb. Heather is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Housewirth, Omaha. The Rev. Stuart F. Firnhaber officiated and Mr. and Mrs. Warnke were the sponsors. A dinner was served later in the Housewirth home. early today, saved from the unemployment rolls by a temporary court order which puts the iron ore manufacturer back in business. The order was issued late Monday night in Springfield, Mo., by a three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The panel stayed a lower court ruling which ordered Reserve shut down until May 15, when it said the full circuit court would hold a hearing to determine whether to allow the company to continue operating while a full appeal is heard. TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — The ruling Labor party today sought President Ephraim Katzir's approval for Yitzhak Rabin to form a new government to succeed the one headed by Premier Golda Meir. The party chose Rabin on Monday to succeed Mrs. Meir, who resigned over criticism of her government's handling of the early phases of last October's Mideast war. A former chief of staff and ambassador to Washington, Rabin faces hard bargaining with prospective coalition partners. NEW YORK (AP) —Exxon Corp., the nation's largest oil company, said today its profits for the last three months are 39 per cent above levels reported a year ago. The giant oil company said it made $708 million in the three months ended March 31, compared with $508 million reported last year. It noted however that the latest gain was down 10.4 per cent from the last quarter of 1973, when Exxon earned $787 million. Exxon's earnings follow by a day announcements by Gulf Oil and Standard Oil of Indiana— Amoco—both of which reported first quarter profits more than 75 per cent above the year-earlier period. WASHINGTON (AP) — The new head of the Federal Energy Office says higher oil prices and "substantial but reasonable profits" are vital to improving the nation's future energy outlook. "Where price elicits new supply, it serves a useful economic function and benefits consumers with increased supply, which ultimately results in lower prices," energy chief John C. Sawhill said Monday. Deaths, Funerals LAWRENCE HEITHOFF DEDHAM - Mass of the resurrection for Lawrence Heithoff, 55, of Gray was celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Church here by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Pallbearers were Maurice Hoffman, Henry Jensen, Dudley Owen, Joe Caldwell, William Haubrich and Harold Pomeroy. Templeton Knights of Columbus attended the mass in a body and formed an honor guard at the church. Burial was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Mr. Heithoff, who farmed southwest of Dedham, was dead upon arrival at St. JOHN A. BELL GLIDDEN - John A. Bell. 71, of Duncombe died at Rochester, Minn., Sunday, April 21. He was a former resident of the Coon Rapids and Glidden areas and was a farmer at Duncombe. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Foster Funeral Home. Webster City, with burial at Scranton. Mr. Bell is survived by a son, John A. Jr. of Columbia, Md.; three grandchildren; and a brother, Maurice Bell of Glidden. Also surviving are several aunts and cousins in this area including an aunt, Mrs. Roy Crawford, of the Carroll Health Center. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll early Saturday, April 20. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Waltham and Verndnle. Minn.; Gray, bedham. Breda. Carroll. Ml. Carmel, Auburn. Sioux City. Exira. Templeton. Stacyville, Audubon. Manning. Coon Rapids. Kingsley. Ksthervillc, Milford. Storm Lake and Sac City EARL(E.J.)DELAPLANE ESTHEHVILLE —Earl (E. J.) Delaplane, 82, Estherville, a former Carroll businessman, died Sunday, April 7 -it Holy Family Hospital here. Funeral services were held at 10:-30 a.m. April 10 in Reese-Henry Chapel, Estherville. Interment was in Resthaven Cemetery, West Des Moines. Mr. Delaplane was born Jan. 26, 1892. at Paton, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Delaplane. He graduated from Jefferson High School and the Hohenschuh-Carpenter School of Embalming. On Aug. 30, 1915, he married Mary Strohm at Omaha, Neb. The couple then moved to Carroll, where Mr. Delaplane operated the Delaplane Brothers Furniture and Undertaking firm. He later moved to Mason City and Rochester, Minn. He had been a resident of an Estherville nursing home recently. Mr. Delaplane is survived by one son. Paul of St. Paul, Minn.; three daughters, Mrs. Leo (Marguerite) Olson, Estherville. Lois Delaplane, Des Moines. and Mrs. W. P. (Dorothy) Crr, Las Vegas; six grandchildren; five ^reat-grand^hildren; and one brother, Elmer Delaplane, Omaha. He was preceded in •leath by his wife. Exploring a Semi — Part of the career education section on transportation at Fairview Elementary School included letting first graders closely examine a semi-traiW truck Monday afternoon. Some of Susan Rogness' class are shown in the trailer. Grouse Cartage Company furnished the truck and -Staff Photo Jack Dryden, driver, explained the various parts to the students. The first grade classes of Mrs. Steve Wess and Mrs. Jim Billings also explored the semi.

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