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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 25, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy and warmer tonight. Partly cloudy to cloudy and continued mild Friday. High Friday near 70 northeast, low 80s southwest. Low tonight mostly 50s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Extended outlook Saturday through Monday: chance of showers or thundershowers mostly Saturday and Sunday. CLOUDY Highs upper 60s and low 70s. Lows 50s to mid 60s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempurelures Courtesy ol Iowa Public Service Co. > Yesterday's high 63 Yesterday's low 34 At 7 a.m. today 50 At 10 a.m. today 61 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 24 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll amounted to 2.48 inches. High temperature was 50 and the low. 44 degrees. Chairmen for UCT Units Named Committee chairmen for the coming year were announced by senior counselors of the Carroll Council 543 and Auxiliary No. 3, United Commercial Travelers of America, meeting Wednesday at the Knights of Columbus Hall. At the auxiliary meeting, officers elected last month were installed. Mrs. Ray Reicks, senior counselor, presided at the ritualistic meeting. She presented gifts to the other out-going officers. Annual reports were given by hie secretary-treasurer, board, auditing and other committees. Past Counselor degrees were conferred on Mrs. Ed V/ieland as organist and Mrs. Lawrence Boyce as line officer in recognition of their years of service to the auxiliary. Officers of installation included Mrs. Louis Schoofs, installing officer; Mrs. Joe Determan of Bellevue, Neb., installing conductress; Mrs. Lawrence Boyce, installing secretary; Mrs. Alvin heinrichs. installing chaplain; and Mrs. Ed vVieland, installing organist. Several council members were present for the installation. Mrs. Kenneth Bromert. the new senior counselor, gave an acceptance.speech and presented the installing officers with gifts. Mrs. Bromert then announced the committee heads as Mrs. Wilbur Singsank, retarded Put MOORE Life REGAL •9 WALL SATIN INTERIOR LATEX FLAT PAINT /~ CEILINGS and WALLS • Easy to use, dry in minutes • Wide selection of modern decorator colors H Extra high hiding works wonders in one coat Gal. Benjamin Moore paints JOE'S PAINT West of Court House Carroll, Iowa children; Mrs. Ed Wieland. cancer; Mrs. Otto Blum!, youth; Mrs. Edna White, civic services; Mrs, Joe Schachtner, auditing. Mrs. Harold Wieland and Mrs. Simon Langel will also serve cm the auditing committee. Other committee leaders are Mrs. Don Harmon, good and welfare; Mrs, Wilfred Schneider, membership, Mrs. William Thielen, E. B. funds, Mrs. John L. Boyce, benevolent funds; and Mrs. Schoofs. Mae E. Tjsdale. Mrs. Ray Reicks will chair the ways and means committee, including Mrs. Harry Harmeyer and Mrs. Norman Schettter. .In the council meeting, harry Harmeyer announced the men's group committee leaders. Melvin Leiting and Ed Wieland will serve on the retarded children's committee; Louis Schoofs, safety and publicity; Melvin Riesberg, cancer; Ralph Hoffmann, youth; Lawrence Boyce, program. The draw prize was won by Alvin Hoffman. A social hour with both groups followed the meetings. Mrs. White and her committee were in charge of serving the lunch. Mrs. Bromert won the door prize. The next meeting will be held May 23 at the IPS building. Child Killed in Farm Accident RAKE, Iowa (AP) — A 4- year old girl was killed Wednesday when she was struck by a tractor on her f am- ily's farm nine miles east of here, authorities reported. Winnebago County sheriff's deputies said the child, Elizabeth May Dahle, was dead on arrival at an Albert Lea, Minn., hospital. Times Herald, Carroll, tp. _ Thursday, April 25, 1974 2 Highlights Of Meeting are Reported The speaking program at the Carroll Toastmistress Club meeting Wednesday night featured a two-part report of the spring meeting of thi> eight clubs of Council 2 at Marshalltown April 20. Under the title "Reflections". Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen, who competed in the council speech contest, repeated parts of the speech she gave there, "In Love With Life". Mrs. M. L. Collison, who attended as local club representative, used the title "As I See It" in reporting highlights of the parley. She said that Council 2 is now in an expanded region designated as ''Region F'' of International Toastmistress Clubs. Mrs. Halvorsen, president, presided at the dinner meeting at the Derby. Mrs. Anna Harrington offered the table grace, led the flag pledge and gave the closing inspiration. Table topics mistress was Rose Marie Schweers; all members participated. Louis Florencourt was program toastmistress. Individual evaluators were Dr. Eleanor Roverud and Mrs. Harry Frank. Esther Juergens was lexicologist; Mrs. Joe Pick, grammarian,; and Ethel Forrest, general evaluator. It was announced that Mrs. Halvorsen's recent taped appearance on Gary Moore's panel show "To Tell the Truth", originally scheduled for showing in this area next November, will be carried by KCCI. Des Moines. on Thursday. May 23, at 6:30 p.m. The club's next meeting is scheduled for May 8 at the Derby. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) —All the major farm commodity futures on the Chicago Board of Trade today opened at limits higher and remained locked at those levels. The allowable limits for wheat and soybeans are 20 cents a bushel. 10 cents in corn, 6 cents in oats, $10 a ton in soybean meal and 150 points, or l ! a cents a pound, in soy bean oil. The big factor in the demand was an Agriculture Department report issued late Wednesday which showed wheat stocks, corn and soybeans lower than a year ago and lower than the trade had expected. While wheat stocks were the lowest in 22 years and corn and soybeans lower there was no concern about any possible shortages, the department said. -Hot Off the Wire Panel Extends Subpoena Response Deadline PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY MAY 5 1:30 P.M. HOUSE and LOT Located at 1228 North Court, Carroll, Iowa Mary A. Nagl Estate ** OWNKR c - ? This is a fine older 2 bedroom home, on large lot. Has all hardwood floors, nice kitchen, built in cabinets, along with lovely living room and dining room with small room off living room. Also has a full bath, full basement, oil heat with large oil tank in basement. Has a double garage. Legal Description—Lot 3, Block 3. Hinrich's North Side Addition to Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa, For advanced inspection or information contact either Gary Rupiper or Harold J. Wieland, Auctioneers, or Donald L. Nagl, or Dorothy M. Renze, Carroll, Iowa, Executors. TERMS 20% down day of sale, balance in about 30 days when good and merchantable title is given. Robert S. Bruner, Attorney for Kxecutors, Carroll, (owa Donald L. Nagl and Dorothy M. Itcnze. Kxeculors. Carroll. Iowa H.H. No. 3 Gary Hupiper, Templeton. Iowa and Harold J. Wieland. Carroll. Iowa, Auctioneers 40-96- lie WASHINGTON (AP)--The House Judiciary Committee today extended the deadline for President Nixon to respond to a subpoena for tapes of 42 presidential conversations and received a recommendation that a number of impeachment charges against Nixon be dropped. Both developments had been expected. The committee voted 34 to 4 to extend until next Tuesday the deadline for Nixon to respond to the subpoena, which originally called for compliance by today. WASHINGTON (API-The Defense Department estimates the extra cost of the all-volunteer armed force at $300 million a year or less. The additional cost of $734 million in the first full year since elimination of the draft, defense officials figure, may be partially offset by savings resulting from longer periods of service per man. The Pentagon estimates were supplied to the Senate Armed Services Committee in response to a query by Sen. Harold E. Hughes, D-Iowa. Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Farmers Foods, Inc., Glidden, Chevrolet; Henry or Anna Popp, Manning, Chevrolet; Alvina R. Platt, Glidden, Ford; Carol A. Schmitz, Carroll, Javelin; Inez C. Kaperbauer, Carroll. Dodge; Merlin R. Hein, Glidden, Chevrolet; Roger Graves, Glidden, Chevrolet; E. J. Daugherty, Carroll, CMC; Robert J. Koenig, Halbur, Chevrolet. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5 30 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.60 Oats 1.35 OMAHA, Neb. ( AP (USDA)—Livestock quotations Thursday: Hogs: 5.000; barrows and gilts 75-1.25 higher; some 1.50 higher; 75 head 1-2 200-230 Ibs 31.25-31.50; 1-3 195-250 Ibs 29.75-31.00; sows mostly 50 higher; 350-600Ibs24.50-25.75. Cattle and calves: 1,000: steers and heifers mostly steady; cows 50-1.00 lower; choice 975-1.225 Ibs steers 40.50-41.25: choice900-1.025Ibs heifers 40.50-41.50: utility and commercial cows 27.50-29.00: few utility dairy breds 29.50-30.00. Sheep: 200: not enough to test trade. Estimated receipts Friday: Cattle and calves 1.400; hogs 5,000-.sheep 50. DES MOINES. Iowa (AP)-( USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Thursday' 70.000; actual receipts Wednesday 39,000; week ago 93,000; year ago 76,000, Butchers not well established; few early sales 75-1.00 Higher; movement rather slow; demand good; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 29.00-29.50; packing plants 29.50-30.00; few 29.75-30.50; sows 25 to mostly 50 higher; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 25.00-26.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 800; slaughter lambs steady Wednesday; shorn mostly choice with end good 90-110 Ibs No. 1 through fall shorn 39.00-40,00. Real Estate Transfers- Glenn A. and Lorene Belts et al to Jerry R. and Elaine Yager, Part of Lot 7, Irreg. Sur. SE'XtSWV4, Sec. 27. Twp. 82 N., Range 33 W. Police Department Did You Know- City Code C71-13 states that within 10 days of the sale of any bicycle licensed in the City of Carroll, the new owner shall notify the licensing officials of the transfer of ownership. It's your law to observe and obey. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 23— Cheryl Thielen. Carroll Earl Davis, Carroll Admissions April 24— Herman Meiners, Scranton Mrs. Henry Kitt, Carroll Rock Gardens Discussed at Flower Club t Mrs. Albert Janssen entertained the Flower and Garden Club at her home V/ednesday afternoon when the program featured a lesson on rock gardening, given by Mrs. William Haverman. Mrs. Ervin Subbert and Mrs. William Beidler were guests in addition to eight members, During roil call, a plant exchange was held. The group made plans for attending the pancake breakfast at First United Methodist Church on May 7. In her program, Mrs. fcaverman stressed the importance of drainage in rock gardens. In building such a garden she advocated s-arting at the lowest part and working upward. Hard sandstone was suggested as a good type of rock to use rather than granite, which is not suitable. The rock garden should look as natural as possible. Mrs. Jriaverman said, and advised tnat the rocks and soil be allowed to settle before planting. Among flowers mentioned as good for such gardens are sedums; spring flowering bulbs such as tulips, daffodils and hyacinths; and low-growing annuals including phlox, allysum, ageratumandtheu'ke. The women toured Mrs. Janssen's garden, after which coffee and dessert were served. The next meeting will be on May 22 at Ms. Mrs. Emma Kraus' home. FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, APRIL 27 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp There are some good green western calves moving right now. These are the kind everybody wants for grass. If in need of these please contact us. We will have one load of good heifer and steer calves in Saturday. CATTLE 38 Fancy Black Whiteface heifer calves - thin - 450 Ibs. 7 Fancy Whiteface heifer calves — thin — 425 Ibs. 15 Whiteface & crossbred steers — strictly green, vacc. — 625 IBs. 4 Crossbred heifers — 475 Ibs. Plus several baby calves. More of all kinds by sale day. HOGS Several pens of pigs of all weights. SHEEP Ewes & mixed lambs of all weights. ,...,.., MISC. Good boy s bicycle. Several other articles. C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Paul Grote Owners and Operators Barn Phone 792-2572 Located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30, '/4 North SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Zebra killer will strike again, the chief police inspector believes. And he says nearly a week of stopping and searching young blacks on the streets has produced no clues in the case in which 12 white persons have been gunned down at random. "I think it will continue," Chief Inspector Charies A. Barca told U.S. District Court Judge Alfonso Zirpoli Wednesday when asked whether he thought the killing was over. Zirpoli is conducting a hearing on lawsuits seeking a halt of the searches of black "men resembling the description of the killer. Officers are Elected by Study Club Election of officers for the 1374-75 club year highlighted the business meeting of Little Flower Study Club Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Robert Pudenz. The new slate includes Mrs. Eldward Reardon, president; Mrs. W. C. Reynolds, vice president; and Mrs. Norbert Hermsen, seeretary- treasurer. Mrs. John MaSett, current president, conducted the meeting. In other business, members decided to send personal offerings to Sr. Mary Rose Frank inCuiiacan, Mexico, to assist with payments on an organ at the mission there. Mrs. Reardon presented the program based on the book 'To Live is to Love", by Ernesto Cardenal, a Trappist monk in Central America. The book consists of meditations on love and spirituality, with its theme "All things speak to us of God because all things sigh for God. and in Him only v ill they come to rest." The author states that since God is in union with nature and God is^love. then living must be an act of love as well. The purpose of the book is to open man's eyes to the reality that all beings love one another by.their very-co-existence. The club is planning a no-hostess dinner for May 6.' Foster Care Bill is Signed DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A bill to appropriate an extra $1 million for foster care services next year has been signed into law by Gov, Robert Ray. That brings the total foster care appropriation for next year to $3.75 million. Representatives of the Department of Social Services said they are having trouble finding foster parents because the state can't pay enough to cover the rising costs of child care. The bill passed both houses of the legislature without a dissenting vote and was signed Wednesday. Israel somberly observed 26 years of independence today with the guns of October still firing on the Syrian front. "This year we are remembering 2,500 dead in the Yom Kippur War," said Yehuda Ilan, the government's chief organizer of independence activities. "The hurt is still too acute and the celebrations are more introverted." Syrian and Israeli forces battled all night on Ml. Hermon then locked in tank and artillery duels "on all other sectors" of the 40-mile front, the Syrian command reported. It was the 45th day of action. DES MOINES, Iowa |AP>— Gov. Robert Ray has been unaware that Iowa needed a law to protect hospital workers from discrimination if they refuse to assist in abortions. "1 don't think someone should ever be forced to have an abortion," Ray said Thursday, "and I don't think anyone should be forced to participate in an abortion." The House Appropriations Committee sent out a bill Wednesday for floor debate that would prohibit discrimination against people who either refuse to participate or already have taken part in abortions. Ray said he knows of no incident in which an lowan was discriminated against in either way. Deaths, Funerals MRS. DORA HAGGE WESTSIDE — Mrs. Dora Hagge, 97, formerly of Westside, died Sunday morning, April 21. She was a sister of L. C. Thiedeman of Westside. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment was at Mitchell, S.D. EDWARD IRLBECK DEDHAM — Mass of the resurrection for Edward Irlbeck, 64, of Dedham was Ida Grove Woman is ARC Speaker Mrs. Marjorie Clutter of Ida Grove spoke at the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children meeting Wednesday as both a special education teacher and mother of a retarded child. She discussed the attitudes she encounters in the two capacities and stressed the three classes of mental retardation. Mrs. Clutter detailed characteristics of custodial, trainable and • educable retarded persons. The association voted to donate $30 to the Sheltered Workshop in Denison for kitchen utensils needed by the girls. Mrs. Wilbur Singsank introduced the essay award winners, who then read their essays. Brian Fryar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fryar of Carroll, won $50 for his first place essay; Jeff Stanzyk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Stanzyk of Carroll. $20 for second; and Jeanette Feinhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reinhart of Coon Rapids, $10 for third. Members at the meeting in the Manning school cafetorium were reminded to return applications for swimming lessons and summer camp for their children. It was announced that the special Olympics will be held on May 7, and the Shrine Circus on May 11. Both events will be held in Des Moines. celebrated in St. Joseph's Church here at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Pallbearers were Alois Irlbeck, Ambrose Irlbeck, Clayton Irlbeck, George Schultes, Harold Pomeroy and Frank Meyer. Burial was in the parish cemetery. The Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Irlbeck died of leukemia April 21 at University Hospitals. Iowa City. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Madison, Neb.; Carroll, Havelock. Coon Rapids, Gray, Audubon, Breda, Kirkman, Council Bluffs. Manning, Templeton, Lake City. Guthrie Center and Dedham. (Continued from Page 1) • Funds year which cilies are going to get sewage works grants is like a gambling game. "If the state is going to continue distributing a subsidy year after year, it should be distributed equally to all." Welden said. "I'd rather buy the annuity with $2 million a year passed out through the municipal assistance fund than roll the dice." But Rep. John Clark. R-Keokuk, said the bill would send the sewer works money to the places where it is needed. Communities have applied for the funds and already budgeted it. he said. The allocation through the municipal assistance fund, Clark said, would amount to only a little more than $1 per capita, which wouldn't be enough to build any kind of a municipal sewage system. The amendment was defeated 76-16. The grants would go to municipalities which are eligible for 75 per cent sewage work construction grants under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. The $2.931.350 provided by the bill would supplement the $3.226.520 approved for the grants last year. Each project is to receive 5 per cent of the eligible project cost, as determined by the Iowa Water Quality Commission. Eagle Scouts — Eagle Scout badges will be awarded to these six Audubon Boy Scouts Sunday at 2 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Slated to receive the highest rank in Scouting are (front, from left) Dwight Barnes. Stewart Barnes, sons of Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Barnes; Paul Larsen, son of the Lester Larsen; back row — John- Ruhs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruhs; Chuck Frevert, son of the Don Freverts; and Wayne Thygesen, son of the Larry Thygesens.

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