Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 30, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1974
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Briefs From the AP Wire Start Work on $ 4 Billion Alaskan Pipeline ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Nearly six years ago, oil companies announced plans for an 800-mile pipeline from Alaska's oil-rich North Slope to the ice-free port of Valdez. On Monday, after winning battles over environmental protection, state and federal right-of-way permits and labor union contracts, the Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. announced the formal start of work on the $4 billion project. The announcement came just hours after an agreement with union leaders on a labor pact which includes a* no-strike clause and covers work on all pipeline-related projects — roads, 12 pumping stations and the Valdez tanker terminal. Actual pipeline work comes under a separate agreement. Alyeska says a short span of pipeline will be laid soon in the rugged Keystone Canyon area, but most work will be held off until next summer. SERGEANT BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—Arthur LeRoy Phelps, 44, Sioux City, was struck and killed in a car-pedestrian accident near Sergeant Bluffs late Monday. A spokesman for the Sioux City Police Department said officer Dennis Wahle, town marshal at Sergeant Bluffs, was patroling on U.S. 75 and had passed the entrance of a factory when the victim was struck. The victim reportedly was wearing dark clothing. No charges were filed. LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portuguese Communist leader Alvaro Cunhal returned from 14 years' exile today to a rousing airport reception and quickly made plans to meet with junta leader Gen. Antonio Daily Record COURT HOUSE License to Wed— David P. Martin, 19. and Joann F. Halbur, 16, both of Coon Rapids. New Vehicles Registered- Ronald Anderson, Carroll, Yamaha; Conrad F. Tiefenthaler, Breda, Chevrolet; Frank of Fae Hoffmann. Carroll. Dodge; R&R Auto Sales, Coon Rapids, Hornet; Earl M. Hoffman, Manning, Chevrolet; Robert M. or Helen J. McElroy, Coon Rapids, Ford; Gerald L. or Sandra A. Irlbeck, Templeton, Chevrolet; Steven D. Heuton, Carroll, Yamaha. Real Estate Transfers— William A. Halbur to Josephine Halbur, and one-half interest in NWV4SEV4, All in Sec. 25, Twp. 83 N., Range 36 W. -0- Police Department Car-Cylce Accident— A motorcycle driven by Leon J..Irlbeck, Carroll, and a car driven by Ronald J. Lengeling, Carroll, collided at the intersection of Main and Seventh Streets Monday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Lengeling vehicle was northbound on Main Street, and the Irlbeck vehicle was southbound on Main Street and attempting a left turn onto Seventh Street, police said. No injuries were reported. Car-Truck Accident— A car driven by Rose M. Tiedeman, Fonda, and a truck driven by Rbbert R. Knowfton, Columbus, Neb., collided Monday at the intersection of U.S. 30 and the U.S. 71 cutoff, police reported. The accident occurred as the Tiedeman vehicle was westbound exiting the cutoff) and the Knowlton vehicle was westbound on U.S. 30, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 27— Elmer Goodwin, Glidden Jeffery Pudenz, Lohrville Mrs. Mathilda Thelen, Carroll Admissions April 28— Mary Heiderscheid, Coon Rapids Mr,s. Joseph Bundt, Glidden Mrs. Roger Wernimont, Carroll Mrs. Wayne Bellinghausen, Carroll Mrs. Retta Faye Anderson. Scranton Admissions April 29— Thomas Messier, Glidden Mrs. Emma Mae Perkins, Carroll James Hammitt, Carroll Mrs. Barbara Lynch, Carroll Henry Bierl, Carroll Brad Juergens, Scranton James Danner, Dedham Hakon Jensen, Coon Rapids Births— MANNING — S.Sgt. and Mrs. Lynn, Ramsey of Homestead Air Force Base. Fla., a son, Eric Michael, April 25. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Linn of Irwin and Mr, and Mrs. John Ramsey of Manning. Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Stammers, Manning, a son, Monday Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.05 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.55 Oats 1.35 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ( USD A ) —Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 6,000; barrows and gilts steady to 50 lower; clearance not complete by 10:30 a.m.; however, many of more uniform lots under 250 Ibs steady; these weights fairly active but other barrows and gilts slow; 40 head 1-2 around 210 Ibs 30.50; 1-3 195-250 Ibs 29.00-30.25; 2-3 195-280 Ibs 27.00-30.00; 2-4 280-330 Ibs 25.75-27.00; sows 25-50 lower; 375-600 Ibs 24.00-24.75. Cattle and calves: 4,500; steers strong to 50 higher; weights under 1,200 Ibs mainly 25-50 higher; heifers strong to 25higher; instances50higher; cows steady; part load choice and prime 1,085 Ibs steers 41.75; load high choice and prime 1,250 Ibs 41.00; choice 1,000-1,250 Ibs 40.50-41.50; choice 1,200-1,300 Ibs 39.00-41.00; several loads high Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Tuesday, April 30, J 974 2 deSpinola. Spinola met with left-wing leaders Monday, but the two sides failed to agree on the future of Portugal's African territories. SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — A leading opposition legislator says he will demand in the National Assembly the immediate expulsion of fugitive American financier Robert L. Vesco. "Costa Rica should no longer be a refuge for delinquents,'' Angel Valladares of the National Independent party said in an interview Monday. Valladares recently returned from Europe where he said he investigated choice and prime 975-1,025 Ibs heifers 40.75-41.00; load 975 Ibs 41.25; load high choice and prime 1,100 Ibs 40.00; choice 900-1,075 Ibs 39.50-40.75; utility and commercial cows 26.50-28.00. Sheep: 300; few slaughter lambs steady; slaughter ewes 2.00-2.50 lower than week ago; choice end of prime around 95 Ibs shorn No. 1 pelts old crop slaughter lambs 42.00; some choice and prime 95-100 Ibs spring lambs 42.00; few utility shorn No. 1 pelts slaughter ewes 10.00. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattle and calves 5,500; hogs 5,500; sheep 330. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—Iowa— Southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 60,000; Monday'a actual 91,000, a week ago 52,000; a year ago 93,000. Movement slow demand fairly good. Butchers fully steady. U-S 1-3 220-230 Ib at country points; 28.50-29.00; at packing plants 28.75-29.25; Sows 25 lower; U-S. 1-3 270-330 Ib 24.50-25.25. Sheep: Estimated receipts Tuesday 400. Monday's hardly enough slaughter lambs confirmed for a. market test. Few considerate sales 1.00 higher; spring slaughter Jambs small package choice and prime 90-100 Ib with mostly number one pelts 90-100 Ib 41.00-42.00. CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures prices moved erractically over a fairly narrow range on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The nervous movements of prices appeared to be linked to factors that would normally be considered bullish as well as bearish. The weather continued to prove beneficial for crops going into the ground now and if conditions continue favorable the Agriculture Department's goal of record crops might be achieved. On the other hand, exports showed some improvement and there was new business imminent in oils well as wheat. The soybean export commitments figure was considered constructive. Annual Race — -Staff Photo Vote The annual pinewood derby race for Holy Spirit Pack 100, Cub Scouts was held Monday night at the school auditorium. Winners with their cars are from left, Craig Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schroeder, third; Michael Riesberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riesberg, first; and Joe Minnehan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Minnehan, second. Each will receive a trophy. (Continued From Page 1) whether the cable television franchise will be granted to the company. The cable company has said the operation of CAT here will remain the same regardless of the election results "Cable TV is available for those who want it, but it doesn't bother those who don't want it," the company said. Should the cable television measure win approval, the cable TV system will not be supported by tax money. The City of Carroll will receive three per cent of the gross revenue collected by operation of cable television within the city. Promoters of the cable television issue claim subscribers to cable TV will be able to receive nine commercial stations, two education stations (subject to FCC authorization), a 24-hour color weather channel and FM and AM stereo full band service. Subscribers to cable television will be charged $6 a month for one TV set and $1 a month for each additional set hooked to the system. There is an original one-time installation charge of $10 for overhead service and $25 for underground service. Vesco's financial dealings. He said he would give the assembly proof of the financier's alleged manipulations of mutual funds. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused Vesco and 40 others of siphoning $224 million from a mutual fund. Investors Overseas Services, based in Switzerland. Swiss authorities also want Vesco on charges of bilking the firm's shareholders. WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald and Dean Frey, former owners of a livestock buying station at Marathon, Iowa, violated the Packers and Stockyards Act, the U. S. Department of Agriculture alleged Tuesday. USDA claimed that the two men issued insufficient funds checks and did not pay full purchase price for more than $7,900 in livestock when it was due. The men are also accused of failing to keep sufficient accounts and records. The alleged violations occurred in May, June and July, 1973. Officials said the two formerly owned Marathon Livestock, but no longer operate the buying station. Union Oil Co. of California has announced record first- quarter 1974 profits of $72.96 million, compared with $38.25 million for the same period a year ago. Fred Hartley, Union's president, told stockholders Monday in Los Angeles that per share profits rose from $1.14 during the first three months of 1973 to $2.35 this year. Deaths, Funerals FREDSCHLUTER ARCADIA — Fred Schluter, 82, of Lakefield, Minn., died Saturday, April 27. Funeral services and burial were at Jackson, Minn., April 29. Mr. Schluter is survived by a brother, Henry Schluter of Spencer. Attending the funeral from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holstein, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Popp, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sieve, Manning; Leonard Popp, Denison; and Vernon Popp, Boone. MRS. WILLIAM JENSEN Final rites for Mrs. William (Hilda) Jensen, 69, of 227 North East Street, Carroll, were held at 10 a.m. Monday at Holy Spirit Church here, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., officiating at the mass of the resurrection. Pallbearers were Mrs. Jensen's grandsons, including Gary and Raymond Brown of Cedar Rapids, George Frank Jr. and Craig Frank of Ames, Randy Jensen of Carroll and Curtis Jensen of Anamosa. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home. Mrs. Jensen died April 26 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after being ill about four weeks. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Maryville, Mo.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Anamosa, Cedar Rapids, Ames, Audubon, Coon Rapids, Glidden, Perry, Lanesboro, Breda, Fort Dodge, Lake View, Arcadia, Carroll and surrounding communities. SARA R. STEVENS Funeral rites for Sara R. (Sadie) Stevens, 85, of Boone, formerly of Carroll, were held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Church of the Sacred Heart in Boone, with burial there in Linwood Park Memorial Cemetery. She was a retired librarian. Miss Stevens died April 25 at the Boone County Hospital, where she had recently been a medical patient. She had resided at the Ledges Manor since 1970. She was born in Boone Sept. 10,1888, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Stevens. She graduated from Sacred Heart High School and from St. Joseph's Academy (now Clarke College) at Dubuque. She took graduate work in library science at the University of Iowa. She began her library career at the Ericson Public Library and was an assistant at the Davenport Public Library before coming to Carroll, where she served for nearly 40 years. While in Carroll. Miss Stevens was active in the library field on local and state levels, holding various offices in the Iowa Library Association. She established public library service to the Carroll jail and St. Anthony Hospital, and was active in church, social and civic groups in Carroll including membership in Newman Study Club. Miss Stevens traveled extensively throughout this country and Europe and attended numerous state and national library conventions. Retiring in 1963, she returned to her home at 609 Greene Street, Boone, and spent retirement years in church and community activities. Surviving are two sisters, Ida Mae and Helen M. Stevens, both of 609 Greene Street, Boone: two nephews and a niece. Three brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. Memorials may be given to the Church of the Sacred Heart and the Ericson Public Library Memorial Fund at Boone. MRS. KATE HANNASCH Mrs. Kate Hannasch, 86, of Carroll died at 1:50 p.m. Monday. April 29, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church here, with interment in Holy Angels Cemetery at Roselle. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. The rosary will 'be recited Tuesday at 3 p.m. by the Legion of Mary, 8p.m. and 8:45 p.m. by the Catholic Daughters of America. Mrs. Hannasch had lived at 120 North Carroll Street since 1912, and more recently, at the Carroll Health Center. She was born in Carroll June 21, 1887, a daughter of John and TKeresia Spieker Klocke. She received her education at Roselle and was married there at Holy Angels Church to Anton Hannasch on May 23, 1905. She was a member of Holy Spirit Church, Catholic Daughters of America, Legion of Mary and Golden Circle Club. Mrs. Hannasch is survived by two sisters-in-law, Mrs. John Klocke and Mrs. Bertha Klocke, both of Carroll, and by nieces and nephews. Her husband, three brothers and seven sisters preceded her in death. MERLE C. DUNCAN Mass of the resurrection for Merle C. Duncan, 58, of Carroll was celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Holy Spirit Church here. The Rev. Bruce LeFebvre officiated at the mass. Also in the sanctuary were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., who delivered the sermon, and the Rev. Edward Carpenter of Coon Rapids. Pallbearers were Milton The Weather IOWA FORECAST Fair to partly cloudy and cool tonight. Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday. Low tonight 40s. High Wednesday 70s. Iowa Extended Forecast Extended outlook Thursday through Saturday: variable cloudiness during the period with chance of showers about Friday. Warmer Thursday, otherwise only minor temperature changes. Highs WARMER will average from the mid 60s to low 70s. Lows mostly in the 40s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 75 Yesterday's low 50 At7a.m. today 39 At 10a.m. today 54 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 24 hours before noon a year ago today in Carroll amounted to .22 inch. Temperatures included a high of 60 and a low of 50 degrees. Advance to Juniors — Three troops of Brownies from Fairview Elementary School advanced to Junior Girl Scouts during fly-up ceremonies Monday afternoon. Members of troops 124,125 and 293, are, from left, front row, Lynn Stanzyk, Tammy Raridon, Staley, Roger Kanne, Verno'n Hansen, Ray Peters, Earl Kanne and Leo Lambertz. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Among those attending the funeral were students representing Kuemper High School. Other friends and relatives were from Littleton, Colo,; Brookings, S. D.; Omaha, Neb.; Warroad, Minn.; Maryville, Mo.; Audubon, Coon Rapids, Madrid, Vail, Westside, Manilla, Arcadia, Templeton, Bayard, Perry, Bagley, Grand Junction, Willey, Hancock, Gray, Scranton, Ralston, Ames, Glidden and Lake City. Mr. Duncan, who operated Duncan's DX service station in Carroll for 16 years, died April 26 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. New York Stocks NEW YORK ( AP) - Noon slock quotations : Allied Ch Allied Sirs Am B r ds Am Can Am Chain ACy a n id Am H ome Am Motors Am Smelt Am Stand Am T&T Arms! CK Atl Richfld Avco Corp Bandag Inc Beat Fds Beet Dick Ben di x A v Beth Stl Boeing Co Borden Bruns w i k BurNor Chrysler Con Edis Con Freight Con Oil CPC Intl Curtis Wrt Deere du Pon t East Kod 4 4 '-4 22'/i 35 28% I8'/4 23'-* ' 39 l /4 7% 2 3 Ti 13'/4 4 7 'A 28 87'/4 6'428* • 20 l /4 3 4 % 26'/4 32 '/4 14% 24% 15Wi 40*4 16% 10 16% 37'/4 33 10 Mi 38 1 6 9 >/4 102'/4 U D U U U D . U U U U b u u u u u D u u D D U u D D D D H '* 'A ',<. '/4 V, H V. 1% 1 Vi V, '/4 '/» '/4 % V» >/4 <m V4 Vk '/4 '/4 '/4 '/4 '* * Conservation Work Needed on Area Land About three-quarters of Carroll County's land still needs some type of conservation work to adequately protect it from erosion, Lloyd Freese, chairman of the Carroll County Soil Conservation district said Tuesday. He offered that comment as part of the district's effort to recognize Resource Conservation Week in Iowa April 28-May 4. Anyone desiring to make his land produce more and at the same time protective it from erosion should contact the district by calling 792-9422, Freese said. "We grow our food on the land, build our homes on it, and get much of our fun and relaxation from it," Freese pointed out. In short, our lives depend on it. "Soil is a basic and vital natural resource. Yet, we continue to lose soil at an average rate of 13 tons per acre per year on Iowa cropland. In other terms, we lose about a third of a.billion tons of soil each year in Iowa, enough to build a six-foot wide, one-foot deep bicycle path to the moon." "This soil erosion is doubly serious, because the topsoil lost not only reduces food output, it also clogs, reservoirs, road ditches, streams and lakes and that costs each of us." Beth Schaefer, Penny Jung, Ann Mayr, and Anne Sc'hrad; second row, Donna Mohr, Janell Schechinger, Kara Lombard, Terri Mackanos, Jenny Clark, Jenni Clinton. Trudy Foval and Marie Law, third row, Kristi Lahr, -Staff Photo Elain Tigges, Lisa Edwards, Shirley Stout, Erika Hurd, Cindy Nieland, Jean Hoffman and Noel Johnson. Absent from the picture was Cathy Schroer. Packer Sued TOLEDO, Iowa (AP)—A suit claiming damages of $444,500, involving a contract of meat packing by-products, has been filed in Tama County District Court against Tama Meat Packing Corp. The suit was filed by Weinstein International Corp., Minneapolis, Minn., an importer and exporter of meat and poultry products. In its petition, Weinstein alleged breach of contract it and Tama entered in June 1972, calling for Tama to sell Weinstein between 35,000 and 40,000 pounds of what is commonly know as "mountain chain" for 30 cents a pound from July, 1972, through June, 1973, with a renewal option. Mountain chain is described by Weinstein as branch-like appendages, or tripe from older cattle, sometimes discarded by meat packers. Pays His Taxes BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) — President Nixon has paid most of the $432,787 plus interest that the Internal Revenue service said he owes in back income taxes, the Baltimore Sun said today in a story attributed to an authoritative source. The Sun, in a dispatch from its Washington bureau, said the source refused to reveal how much of the debt had been paid. Gerald L. Warren, deputy White House press secretary, declined to comment on the story. The White House announced early this'month that Nixon would pay the total assessed by the IRS for taxes that were underpaid between 1969 and 1972. Since that announcement, however, the White House has refused to say when the money would be paid, American Freed MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — American oilman Victor Samuelson arrived in the United States this morning after being freed six weeks after his company paid Marxist Argentine guerrillas a record $14.2 million ransom. Samuelson, flanked by Exxon officials on his arrival at Miami International Airport, was smiling and appeared healthy. "I'm very happy and I am well." he told reporters "I have no further comment. I'm anxious to get back to my family." Car Prices Up DETROIT (AP) - Chrysler Corp., staggering from a 98 per cent drop in first-quarter profits, has boosted the average price of its cars $99. It predicts two more increases in the next five months. Director John T. Dunlop of the Cost of Living Council condemned the increase Chrysler announced on Monday as "irresponsible." It puts Chrysler's average car and truck prices $335 above their December 1973 level. Plowing 92% Finished in Iowa DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Monday that plowing was 92 per cent complete, well ahead of last year's 48 per cent rate and the five-year average of 78 percent. Most of the field work done during the past week consisted of seed bed preparation, oat seeding and fertilizer application. Corn seeding got underway, but soil temperatures remained cool. The report said oat seeding was 95 per cent complete, compared with 56 per cent at this time one year ago and the five-year average of 88 per cent. Corn planting was reported to be 8 per cent complete, about average, but ahead of last year'? 5 per cent completion. Mrs. Kate Hannasch Carroll - Age 86 Friends may call at the • Twit Funeral Home starting at 2 p.m. Tuesday Rosaries: Tuesday at 3 p.m. by The Legion of Mary; 8 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. by the Catholic Daughters of America Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church Final Resting Place: Holy Angels Cemetery, Roselle TWIT

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