Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 24, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 24, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Fair and warmer tonight. Low tonight mid 40s east, low 50s west. Increasing cloudiness and warmer Thursday. High near 70 northeast lower 80s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Extended outlook Friday through Sunday: partly cloudy to cloudy through the period with a chance of showers or thundershowers Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.06 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.49 Oats 1.35 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) (USDA) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 7,000; barrows and gilts 200-290 Ibs 50-1.00 lower; some early sales 1.25 off under 260 Ibs; over 290 Ibs 25 to mostly 50 lower: 1-2 200-230 Ibs 29.75-30.00; 1-3 195-240 Ibs 29.0029.75; 2-3 240-260 Ibs 27.25-29:25; sows50-1.00lower; 370-600 Ibs 24.00-25.25. Cattle and calves: 3,000; steers and heifers steady to 25 higher; cows 50-1.00 lower; 2 CLEAR Crime Friday and Saturday. Highs in the mid 60s to lower 70s. Lows mid 40s to mid 50s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 63 Yesterday's low 34 At 7 a.m. today 34 At 10 a.m. today 48 Weather A Year Ago— Carroll temperatures varied from a high of 68 to a low of 43 degrees, a year ago today. loads and part loads choice and prime 1,100-1,230 Ibs steers 41.75-42.00; choice 1,000-1,250 Ibs40.50-41.75; good and low choice 37.50-40.50; load choice and prime 1,034 Ibs heifers 41.75; choice 875-1,100 Ibs 40.50-41.50; good and low choice 36.50-40.50; utility and commercial cows 28.00-30.00; canners and cutters 25.00-28.50. Sheep: 400; shorn lambs steady; consignment 360 head choice with end pr prime 110 Ibs 41.50. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves 800; hogs 5,500; sheep 100. Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS Uack the 7 Crime-fighting group 13 City in Spain 14 King of Visigoths 15 Find out 16 Cutting 17 Certain railroads (coll. i 18 Organization of American States lab. i 20 Individual 21 Kind of carpet 24 Permitted by law i slang i 27 Drunkard 28 199 i Roman i 31 Greek letter 32 Diligent insect 33 Harem room 34 Japanese coin 35 Dance step 37 Sea duck 39 Island group near New Ciuinea 40 Bitter vetch 41 Hob 42 Aids 44 Spread hay to dry 46 Adjectival suffix 47 Poisonous serpent 50 Armed thug 52 Felon 55 City in New York 56 Philippine seaport 57 Kind of crayon 58 Discussion groups DOWN 1 Went on horseback 2 Danube tributary 3 Cooking vessels 4 Before i prefix i SCatchall abbreviation 6 Machine part 7 Intense emotion 8 Spanish cheer 9 City in Illinois 10 Persia 11 Movie (Spi 12 Without i comb, form: var. i 19 Murderer 21 Farm animal 22 Storehouses 23 Bear witness 24 Feminine appellation 25 Arabian prince 26 Abrupt flexure i anat. > 28 System of signals 29 Concept 30 Man's name 36 Armory 38 Possessive pronoun 42 Let in 43 Plunder 44 Food fish 45 Chemical endings 47 Man's nickname 48 Vend 49 Experts (coll.: 50 Lincoln's party i ab. i 51 Fruit drink 53 Palm leaf i var. i 54 Good (Fr. i .NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN i Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Wednesday, April 24, 1974 2. Need Proof When Seeking S.S. Number People may be asked to prove their age, identity, and citizenship to get a social security number when applying for the first time, according to Laurence E. Clark social security district manager in Carroll. The proof is required under an amendment to the social security law. ''The requirement affects native United States citizens, naturalized citizens, and aliens, "Clark said. People may apply for a social security number by writing or visiting any social security office. Application forms are available at social security offices and post offices. ''Age can usually be proved with a birth or baptismal certificate," Clark'said. "Identity can generally be proved with a driver's license, voter's card, or similar evidence — preferably something that carries your signature." People born in the United States can usually establish citizenship with the same papers they use to prove their age and identity, he said. People applying for duplicate social security numbers because they've lost their social security cards or cKanged their name generally aren't affected by the proof requirement, according to Clark. The proof requirement is intended to help prevent people from obtaining more than one social security number or obtaining or usjne social security card under a false identity, Clark said. A fine of up to $1,000, imprisonment of up to one year, or both may be imposed for fraudulent use of genuine or fake social security numbers to hide true identity or to get benefits from Federally funded programs. "Your social security number is yours alone and remains the same for life," Clark said. "You build retirement, disability, survivors, and Medicare protection for yourself and your family by work and earnings credited to your social security number. Using more than one number could mean you're not getting full credit, which could adversely affect your social security payments in the future." "You should apply for a social security number several weeks before you need it," Clark said. "Applications are generally screened against social security central files in Baltimore, and screening takes time." "When you get a job covered by social security," he said, "make sure your employer copies your name and number correctly from your social security card to his records." off the wire- Senate Approves Highway Workers Pay Increase PUBLIC AUCTION Sunday, April 28 th 1:00 P.M. FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS IN TOWN OF DEDHAM, IOWA Harold & Elizabeth Rice OWNERS GE Electric Stove (Copper) 16' Admiral Chest Type Deep Freeze Chrome Drop Leaf Table & 4 Chairs 3 Piece Upholstered Sectional Green Velvet Davenport Large Table Maple Bed with Matching Chest of Drawers Upholstered Day Bed RCA Color TV Fedders Dehumidifier Electric Fireplace (New) 3 Blond End Tables 2 Smoking Stands 2 Small Tables 2 Floor Lamps 2 Table Lamps Pole Lamp 4 Boudoir Lamps 4 Odd Chairs Wicker Rocker (Antique) 124 Piece Bavarian China (Excellent) Stainless Steel Silverware Complete Set World Encyclopedias (with 5 year books Miscellaneous Electric Appliances Some Fancy Jim Beam Bottles 4 Upholstered Bar Stools 2 Upholstered Barrell Chairs Toro 12" Electric Snow Blower with Cord (New) Jig Saw with Motor Self-Propelled Lawn Mower (New) Sea King 5 H.P. Outboard Motor (New) Golf Kart with 8 H.P. Gas Motor Golf Kart Trailer (with tilt bed) Many other articles too numerous to mention. 1971 Chevrolet 4 Door Impala with Air. A-l. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: All items A-l condition, will please most particular buyer. TERMS CASH, Not Responsible For Accidents. Commercial Savings Bank, Clerk Wieland & Irlbeck, Auctioneers DES MOINES, Iowa ( AP )—A 7.5 per cent compromise pay increase for Iowa Highway Commission employes was approved by the Senate Wednesday. The measure now returns to the House for concurrence with amendments. The Senate originally voted to give commission employes a 6.5 per cent pay hike as recommended by Gov. Robert Ray. But the House had voted to give 10 per cent raises to employes earning less than $8,000 a year and flat $816 raises for those earning more than $8,000. However, a compromise was worked out later so that most state employes would receive an average 7.5 per cent salary increase. PHARR, Tex. (AP) —Several hundred angry truckers stalked out of a meeting after a federal government official told them, "The price of fuel is not going to be rolled back, no matter what." Millard Holden, president of the Independent Produce Ha'ulers Association, said after the Tuesday night meeting he hopes the truckers will not stage a planned nationwide shutdown May 13, but a trucker from the Midwest said the shutdown will take place. NEW YORK (AP) - John N. Mitchell's lawyer charged today that the federal conspiracy trial of the former attorney general was a political prosecution "engendered in the heat of a terrible national trauma." The lawyer, Peter Fleming Jr., in his summation to the jury, said the government had not shown that Mitchell and codefendant, Maurice H. Stans, former commerce secretary, tried to fix a fraud case in return for a 1972 political contribution. He said that in fact the fraud case against financier Robert L. Vesco, which Mitchell and Stans are accused of fixing, got worse for Vesco from the time they allegedly got Deaths, Funerals GLENN AIRMAN AUDUBON — Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the United Methodist church at Gray for Glenn Aikman, 68, widely known hog buyer and veteran member of the Audubon County Memorial Hospital board of trustees and the Audubon County board of education. He was one of the hospital's founders. Mr. Aikman died Monday night while driving home from a meeting at Carroll. He was stricken with an apparent heart attack about five miles south of Carroll and pulled his car off the pavement, at a rural road intersection. He was found with the car's motor still running. A lifelong Audubon County resident, he was born near Gray on April 4, 1906. the son of William Frank and Margaret Nettie Walker Aikman. His full name was James Glenn Aikman. He was a member of the first graduating class of Gray High school. Mr. Aikman was married to Wilma Walner at Omaha, Neb., on June 7. 1930, and they spent their entire married life in Gray. Mr. Aikman was active in community affairs. He was a member of the hospital board of trustees from the time it was formed in 1944 until his death. He was involved in the planning and building of the hospital, which opened in 1952, and had served as the board chairman. He took pride in the fact that during the 30 years he was a member he missed only one meeting as a hospital trustee. He was elected to the Audubon County board of education in March, 1948 and was its chairman at the time of his death. In addition to his work as a hospital trustee, Mr. Aikman was active in the Tri-Valley Health Planning Council, and was returning home from a Council meeting at Carroll when he died. A lifelong active Republican, Mr. Aikman attended numerous county and state GOP conventions as a delegate. He also was longtime treasurer for the Town of Gray. Survivors include his wife, Wilma; a daughter, Mrs. Fred (Linda) Horning of Omaha; two brothers, W. F. Aikman of LaHabra , Calif, and Lloyd Aikman of Gray; one sister, Mrs. Gladys Malone of Des Moines; three grandchildren. The Rev. Ivan Rose will officiate at the services, and burial wiH be in Maple Grove cemetery here. The body is at McFadde'n Funeral home in Audubon. Pallbearers will be George Campbell, Sidney Christiansen, Delmus Hacker, John Kendle, Harold McLaughlin and Fred Sievers. MRS. HANNAH NISSEN ALBERTSEN AUDUBON - Funeral services were held Monday in Exira Lutheran church with the Rev. Stanley T. Hansen and the Rev. Thorvald Hansen of Audubon officiating, for Mrs. Hannah Nissen Albertsen, 86. She died Saturday in Audubon County Memorial hospital . Burial was in the Exira cemetery. Pallbearers were James F. Christensen, Harold Godwin, Godfred Hansen, Leonard Jensen, Emmert Madsen and Danzel Nelson. A longtime Audubon resident, Mrs. Albertsen was born in Denmark April 18, 1888, the daughter of Filip and Maren Nissen. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith while in Denmark. She came to the United States as a young woman in the spring of 1908. On Dec. 10, 1908 she was married to Lars Albertsen and they farmed in Audubon county until 1944 when they moved to Audubon. For the past 4V 2 years she had lived at Friendship home. Surviving are two sons, Harry of Ames and Arnold of Danville, Calif.; one daughter. Mrs'. Jerry (Mable) Petersen of Exira; ten grandchildren, .and, 20. great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, one brother and one sister. MRS. DORATHEA HAGGE WESTSIDE - Mrs. Dorathea (Dora) Hagge, 97, of Mitchell, S.D., died there ArpiY 2L She was a native of Westside. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Wilmsmeyer-Will Funeral Chapel, Mitchell, with the Rev. Dr. Robert Vessev officiating. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery at Mrs. Hagge was born at Westside May 29, 1876, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Thiedeman. She. married Herman Hagge at Denison Feb. 6, 1895. Surviving are three daughters, Aileen Hagge, Mrs. Herbert (Erma) Fox and Mrs. John (Helen) Blindauer, and two sons, Claude and Leonard, all of Mitchell; 20 grandchildren, 73 great-grandchildren, 12 great-great-grandchildren ; and a brother, Louis Thiedeman of Westside. Her husband and a daughter preceded her in death. Pallbearers were Don Bates., Ray Suelflow, Harold Willoughby, U. R. Palmer, Jack Casey and Nelles Thomas. Music at the funeral was provided by Mrs. Clifford Burns, organist, and Mrs. Harold Schenkler, vocalist. HOWARD STEVEN HENRY MANILLA — Howard Steven Henry, 81, formerly of Manilla, died Monday, April 22 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Des Moines, where he had lived for the past six weeks. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Ohde Funeral Home, Manilla. The Rev. George McMullin of the United Methodist Church, Irwin, will officiate. Mr. Henry's nephews will serve as pall bearers. The Fordius Lodge No. 444, A.F. and A.M. of Irwin will conduct a Masonic memorial service at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Ohde Funeral Home, Manilla. Interment will be in Astor Cemetery near Manilla. involved. "This must be the only fix case in modern times, or ancient times or Biblical times, when the payoff is made in April and everything gets worse," Fleming said. A massive civil fraud case was brought against Vesco in November 1972. NEW YORK (AP) - NBC News says an expert hired by the White House will agree with a court-appointed team of electronics specialists which concluded that a Watergate tape with an 18'^-minute gap was edited and re-recorded. NBC newsman Carl Stern said Tuesday that the White House expert, Dr. Michael Hecker of the Stanford Research Institute, may not agree with procedures used by the other experts. However, said Stern, Hecker will not dispute the conclusion of the six tape authorities, who said the tape underwent "the process of editing and rerecording at least five and perhaps as many as nine separate and contiguous segments." Mr. Henry was born March 12, 1893, in Canton, S.D., the son of Steven and Lucy (Clark) Henry. He moved to the Manilla community as a young boy and attended rural schools in the area. He later homesteaded at Dickson, N. D., until service overseas in the armed forces during World War I. After his service, Mr. Henry returned to the Manilla community and married Freda Jensen on Jan. 18,1922. The couple farmed near Defiance until retiring to Minnesota in 1949. In 1963, they returned to Iowa and made their home in Irwin. After his wife died on Sept. 25, 1973, Mr. Henry resided with his children. He is survived by a son, Dean Henry, Des Moines; a daughter, Mrs. John (Bernice) Crooks, Ankeny; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and one brother Free Henry, Macon, Mo. Mr. Henry was preceded in death by his wife, six brothers and six sisters. MARK J. WARREN LAKE VIEW - Mark James Warren, 94, of Lake View, died Tuesday, April 23, at Twilight Acres Nursing Home, Wall Lake. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home here, with burial in Early Union Cemetery at Early. Mr. Warren had farmed in this area before his retirement. Surviving are his wife, Jennie, at Twilight Acres; and eight children including Ernest of Nemaha, Elmer of Waterloo, Mrs. Ernest (Ethel) Hillman and Raymond of Odebolt, Mrs. Herman (Frances) Auen and Mrs. Russell (.Vera) Auen of Lake View, Duane of Alta and Mrs. Herb (Norma) Fox of Omaha. BOARD TO MEET The regular monthly meeting of the Northwest Regional Library Board of Trustees will be held at 4:15 p.m. April 30 at the home of board member Mrs. V. R. Easton, Bel Air Beach, Storm Lake. The public is welcome to atterid. LOS ANGELES (AP) With profits booming and supplies short, oil companies are cutting the credit card agreements that helped make "Go now — pay later!" the call of the road. The bank-type credit card is flatly .rejected at many gas pumps as more motorists are having to pay cash. And payin'g for.jnotel rooms, dinner or rental cars with gasoline credit cards is getting harder. At the same time, the oil companies are slimming down their own accounts. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A chiropractor cannot draw blood in treating patients in Iowa, an attorney general's opinion said Wednesday. "A chiropractor is specifically limited to adjustments made by hand," said the ppjn' ion written by Asst. Atty/Geh. Fred M. Haskins. / ; The opinion came at the request of Norman Pawlewski, state commissioner of public health. Pawlewski had asked if a chiropractor could obtain blood for laboratory testing. SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — Martha Evans had heard the story about an embalmed body being kept in the second-floor storage room of the Woodward Funeral Home. So when she brought a beautician to do the hair of a deceased friend, she asked to see it. "Oh, my God, it's Bellhouse," she shrieked. Bellhouse was the family nickname for her brother-in- law, James Evans, who had been missing for 27 years. He was a migrant worker in the peach and apple orchards and farms along the East Coast. His wife, Lulia Mae, now of Cranford, N.J., and the rest of the family had searched for him from Florida northward. But it. was Mrs. Evans who found him — embalmed and dressed in a black suit, white shirt, b'ack tie and hat, standing upright under a sheet in the corner of the storage room. She discovered the body in January, but details weren't made public until she granted an interview on Tuesday. Daily Record Court House License to Wed— Dennis C. Ruebhausen,20, Leavenworth, Kan., and Joyce M. Schreck, 19, Dedham. New Vehicles Registered— SCS Sets Aside Tuition Soil conservation district commissioners set aside $105 for tuition in one of two camps to be held this summer for any teacher in Carroll County. Three hours of university credit can be earned at Eldridge on June 10-28 or Ottumwa on July 8-26. More information can be obtained by by calling the SCO office. Three outdoor classroom packets were approved Tuesday night for Manning, Coon Rapids and Kuemper "high schools, the packets, consisting of various grass seeds and shrubs, are being distributed to schools for the first time this year. Science classes will plant and observe growth of the seeds. The Soil Conservation Speak Off speech contest will be held at 6 p.m. May 7 for grades 7-12. Interested students should contact the office for more information. Soil stewardship materials have been received and are being delivered to the churches that requested them". The following new cooperators were approved: Berger Partnership and Pauline Huegerich, Kniest Township; Robert Knobbe and Michael Wittrock, Sheridan; Florence Grimm, Ewoldt; Alvin Steffes and Harry Hacker, Eden; Joseph Grote, Wheatland; Richard Andrews and Wilfred Haubrich, Jasper, Mrs. Carol Kidney, Richland; Flossie Kruger, Norbert Bauer and Lawrence Gute, Pleasant Valley; and Ernest Johnston, Union. A group agreement was also approved for Lester Eich and Jack Fox of Eden Township. Walter or Clara Hoffman, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Leo or Margaret Huegerich, Carroll, Chevrolet; Leo or Hilda Stangl, Coon Rapids, Hornet; Rotert Construction, Halbur, Ford; Clarence or Elvira Tiefenthaler, Breda, Buick; Alan Heiderscheit, Coon Rapids, Javelin. Real Estate Transfers— Bierl Development Co m m i s s i on to Bierl Construction Company, Lot 14, Block 10, Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. Estate of Elizabeth Loew to John G. Donovan, Lot 6, Block 73, Sixth Addition to Carroll. Cleo C. and Mary Nesler to Wendell and Dorothy Adamson, WM-NW'/i, Sec. 22, Twp. 83 N., Range33 W. Estate of Joseph H. Heithoff to Eugene and Margaret Heithoff, SW'XiNW'/i, Sec. 10, Twp. 82 N., Range 35 W. Elizabeth Schroer to Elmer R. Schroer et al, one-third interest in NW'.t, Sec. 13. Twp. 84 N., Range 36 W. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissjons April 21— Louie Miller, Audubon Mrs. William Soil, Aspinwall Joseph Sporrer, Dedham Admissions April 22— Jeleste Sapp, Carroll Sherman Kyhnn. Hamlin Harry Copenhaver, Glidden Mrs. Calvin Edwards Carroll Mrs. Gretchen Durkee, Lidderdale Admissions April 23— Albert Johnston, Carroll Mrs. Henry M. Staashelm, Sac City Marvin J. Beyerink, Carroll Miss Karen K. Kluver. Carroll Mrs. Michael D. Keating, Carroll Joseph Veil, Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Keith Irlbeck, Prior Lake, Minn., a son Ryan Keith, April 22. Grandparents are Mrs. Mary Onken and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Irlbeck, all of Templeton. Rehearsing Number — -Staff Photo Rehearsing the number, "Barbara Aryi" are eight boys who will perform in the Carroll Community High School Swing Show May 3 and 4. From left: Jeff Petersen, Mike Cattermole, Terry Hulsebus, Kevin Niceswanger, Randy Petersen, Ted Nam, Tad Skinner, and David Olson. The Swing Show, entitled "Tiger Tales", is presented every other year. This year's show is comprised of 20 acts. Tickets are available from the students.

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