Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 3, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 3, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear and cold tonight. Frost or freeze likely northeast. Low around 30 northeast, low 40s southwest. Mostly sunny and a little warmer Saturday. High upper 50s northeast, low 70s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday through Tuesday Partly cloudy and cool Sunday with highs mostly in the 60s and lows in the 40s. Chance of showers and Truckers Fail to Agree on . Joining Strike COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—Truck owner-operators from eastern Nebraska and Iowa failed to reach agreement Thursday night to join a proposed national truck strike May 13. But they aired questions and complaints to Maurice Van Nostrand, director of the Iowa Commerce Commission. About 160 attended the three-hour meeting. Ten persons voted to join the strike, and nine were against. COOLER thundershowers Monday and Tuesday with highs mostly in the 70s and lows in the mid 40s to mid 50s. Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Friday, May 3, 1974 2 Private Schools Are Included in Lunches •Briefs From the AP Wire The Weather in Carroll A bl11 appropriating Yesterday's high 74 $1.350,000 as the state's share Yesterday's low 50 of tne school lunch program At 7 a.m. today ....37 Passed the House of At 10a.m. today 47 Representatives Wednesday and Rep. W. R. Ferguson (R-Glidden) said that foruthe first time the appropriation includes about $100,000 for Weather A Year Ago- High reading a year ago today in Carroll was 60 degrees; low temperature of the day was 35. The remainder didn't vote. Willie Hollesen of Fremont, Neb., association president, said the group wants to avoid a strike. "You saw the indecision, and violence is starting up, so some minds could change," he told a newman. He said to summarize "what we're talking about, I think you could say we want rates and weight limits uniform countrywide." Van Nostrand heard complaints about lowered speed limits and Iowa not permitting 65-foot twin-trailer trcuks. pupils attending non-public schools. "Starting next year," Ferguson said Friday "pupils in non-public schools will have the same opportunities and the non-public schools will receive the same reimbursement as public schools. Plans now call for the Department of Public Instruction to administer the program for parochial as well as public schools." Non-public schools now receive federal assistance for the lunch program and participation by the state will increase this assistance by the same amount as the biiblic schools receive. Recognized bv Elks — Honored during the Carroll Elks Lodge 1637 Inaugural Dance and Awards Night Thursday evening were, from left: Howard Heisterkamp, exalted ruler, B. G. Tranter, life membership for past services to state and national Elks, and Dr. D. J. Casey, appreciation gift for local services; back row, Harold Rice, appreciation gift for local services, Jack Thein. youth activities award. Joe Dalhoff, chairman of the awards; Bob Badding, membership award, and Jack Fleskes, appreciation gift for past performances in decorations. Unavailable for the picture was Duane Riesberg. past treasurer, who was chosen Elk of the Year. In the ACROSS 1 Bud's sibling 4 "I Remember 8 Siblings (ab.i 12 Cut off twigs 13 Sheaf 14 Swiss river (var.) 15 Etruscan goddess 16 Fender mishap 17 Vex (coll. i 18 Animal neck U n '. v. nair 20 One of the sense organs 22 Boy's nickname 23 Aggregates 25 Pert (dial, var. I 27 Overdone (Fr. I 29 Rolled . breakfast food . 31 Agent (suffix) 32 One to follow 34 Culture medium . 38 Concerning (Latin) Family 40 Want 42 Narrow inlet 43 Adolescent year 45 Frighten 47 dwarfs 50 Masculine . nickname 51 Beverage 52 Clock face 55 Norse myth 58 Genus of herbs 60 Aunts (Sp.) 62 Father (coll. I 63 Bacon skin 64 Graf ted (her.) 65 Chemical suffix 66 Things in series 67 Mulligan 68 Family room DOWN 1 Undesirable living place 2 Feminine name 3 Unmarried lady 4 Modern (ab.) 5 Prayer endings Answer to Previous Puzzle 6Less (music) 7 Crafts 8 Tribunal 9 Precipitations 10 Escutcheon borders 11 Shabby 19 Continent (ab. i 21 East (Fr.) 24 Males 26 King of Judah (Bib.) 27Yes(Fr.) 28 Footed vase 29 Draft animals 30 Dined 33 Compass point 35 Father's father (coll.) 36 Ventilate 37 Male sheep 39Summer (Fr.) 41 Dative (ab.) 44 Finish 46 New Guinea seaport 47 Celestial bodies 48 Weird 49 To boast 50 Roofing material 53 Followers 54 Am not (coll.) 56 Denmark native 57 Arabian gulf 59 Master of Dental Surgery (ab.) 61 Stitch Teachers Push Renegotiation FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP)— Members of the Fort Dodge Education Association have set up a teacher action committee in an effort to reopen negotiations on a pay increase. Calculators Adding Machines Typewriters Check With Us Before You Buy STONE'S Hw/. 30 Downtown Carroll ^ — - . wr* «/v»c> /1J| W 11*5 Nixon Lawyer Given Role in Proceedings t tr A nv »»»Tv-»p«i-v»T . A »-* > mi it • i , • , . _ _ __.»-. TiL.1irL*!4-si l_Ir\i 1 ft A f «• WASHINGTON (AP) -The House Judiciary Committee, clearing the way for the crucial phase of its impeachment inquiry, has given. President Nixon's lawyer a major role in the proceedings'. Under rules approved unanimously by the committee Thursday, White House lawyer James St. Clair will be able to question witnesses, raise objections and propose witnesses. The rules and the Democratic majority's support of them helped restore harmony jn the committee after its party-line split Wednesday when Nixon was found in noncompliance with the committee's subpoena for Watergate tapes. DESMOINES,Iowa(AP)The strike by building tradesman entered its third day Friday with no talks scheduled between contractors and union officials. Major construction projects throughout Iowa were halted by the Tuesday walkout of carpenters, ironworkers, teamsters and various craft unions. In Cedar Rapids, striking members of Local 125 of the Plumbers and Steamfitters union ratified a new contract calling for a 10.7 per cent pay raise. Members of several locals Daily Record COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Marvin J. Brandl, 22, and Judy L. Harmeyer, 22, bo,th of Carroll; David L. Meiers, 19, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Debora M. Kramer, 17, Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— Helen M. Rose, Carroll, Buick; Bruce Vonnahrne, Arcadia, Yamaha; Harry 0. Jr., or Nancy'P."Butler, Carroll, Holly Park mobile home; Victor Wendl, Carroll, Chevrolet; Saridra L. Olerich, Glidden, Chevrolet; Boyd L. Baugh, Carroll, International; Linns Feed Service, Coon Rapids, Chrysler; First Federal Savings and Loan, Carroll, Chevrolet; Lauren or Beverly Fuchs, Templeton, Suzuki; Eugene Huelshorst, Carroll, Ford; Leo or Debbie Julich, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Kenneth W. and Lois M. Testroet to Viola M. Langel, Lot. 9.'"Block 80, Eleventh Addition to Carroll. Norman J. and Mary A. Gradoville to B&J Investment Company, Inc., Lot 8 and Part of Lot 9, Block 3; Lot 1, Block 5; Lot -18, Block,4; all in Rolling Hills Addition to Carroll. .. Alfred J. Klocke to The LA. Sm i th Cpmpan.y a nd. Wblterman Distributing Company, Lots 4 and 6 and part qf.Lot 5, Block 28, Second Addition to Carroll. -0- .. Police Department Two-Car Accidents- Cars driven by Robert R. Schon and Dennis B. Grossman, both of Carroll, collided at 'the intersection of Seventh and Clark Streets Friday, polide reported. The accident occurred as the Schon vehicle was westbound on Seventh Street and the Gro'ssman vehicle was northbound on Clark Street, police said. Cars driven by Niels Godiksen, Carroll, and Julia "M. Vanderheiden, Wichita. Kan., collided Thursday at the intersection of Seventh and North West Streets, police reported. The accident occured as the Godiksen vehicle was eastbound on Seventh Street, and the Vanderheiden vehicle was southbound on North West Street, police said. Cars driven by Richard E. Snyder, Carroll, and Rose M. Ludwig, Lake City, were in collision on Main Street near Tenth Street, Friday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Snyder vehicle was northbound on Main Street, and the Ludwig vehicle was leaving a parking place, police said. No injuries were reported in any of the accidents. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) NOTICE To all Owners, Renters, and Agents of the Owners — This is the time of year that all types of weeds begin to grow and spread. If everyone will mow their lawns and cut the weeds in the alleys and streets joining their property the spreading will, be greatly reduced. n * - . The following are some of the common noxious weeds you can expect to find growing in lawns, alleys, streets, fence lines, etc. Quack Grass, Thistles, Butterprint or (Button. Weeds) Sour Dock, and Puncture Vines. H. B. Carroll Carroll County Deputy and City Weed Commissioner Two-Pickup Accident— A pickup truck driven by Gerald B. Vonnahrne, Carroll, struck a parked pickup truck owned by Leon J. Masching, Carroll, Friday in front of 716 North Court Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Vonnahrne vehicle was eastbound on Seventh Street and turning onto Court Street, police said. One Injured- Lynn J. Schapman, Carroll, was treated and released at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here Thursday for injuries suffered when a car he was driving and a car driven by Ruth A. Diers, Arcadia, collided at the intersection of Quint Avenue and Eight Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Diers vehicle was eastbound on Eighth Street, and the Schapman vehicle was northbound 'on Quint Avenue, police said. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 1— Mrs. Veronica Maher, Carroll John Geaghan, Audubon Larry Schultz, Carroll Admissions, May 2— Mrs. Delbert Eagen, Exira Lori Knobbe, Templeton Joe Moberg, Gray Carl Werkmeister, Odebolt Ms. Gerald Golwitzer, Dedham Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Ray H. Schrock, Carroll, a son, Friday Olson Elected to CCT Board Roy Olson was elected as a board member of the Carroll Community Theatre (CCT) during the group's annual meeting at the IPS building. The current officers were re-elected. Mrs. Ronald Schechtman is president, Mrs. Robert Blincow, vice president, Mrs. Patrick Lehman, secretary, and C. E. Mcllvain, treasurer. Other board members besides these five persons are Dennis Bierl, Jay Krogh, Mrs. Bill Burgess, Mrs. Allen Stroh, Mrs. Richard Watson, David Nieland and Art Minnich. The group decided that the children's theatre production will be a less structured program than in the past. April Edwards will be director for the performance, to be around the state reportedly refused to accept contracts calling for 7.5 to 10 per cent wage hikes. DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) Thousands of police raided every registered hotel and rooming house in Ireland early today searching both for a gang that carried out a record $20.4 million art theft and IRA terrorists. .... ' Police said it was the biggest security operation ever carried out in Ireland, covering all the republic's 759 hotels and 400 rooming houses registered with the Tourist Board. But results were not known. IPS Hosts Media at a Dinner Executives of the Iowa Public Service Company were hosts at a dinner at the Carroll Country Club Thursday night for members of the news media of the southern district of the company. Talks on energy and electrical production were given by Frank W. Griffith, president and chairman of the board, and John Cleghorn public relations officer. Also present were George Edwards, vice president; Stan Swanson, assistant to the president; Jack Kinney, chief legal counsel; Bob Barger, manager of advertising, and Chuck Kirschner, district operations manager. Darwin Petersen< area manager, opened the program and introduced Griffith who discussed various aspects of the energy crisis and how it affects electrical generation. Griffith said the energy shortage has been developing for years and many warnings have been issued "but no one listened." He said he is opposed to the "zero growth" concept and said that this country should continue to seek new sources of energy and press forward with industrial growth. While the U.S. uses a large share of the world's energy resources, he said, "we are not using more than our share" and our development has enabled us to rebuild Germany and Japan and aid other nations to grow and prosper." Zero growth, he said, would be "to say to our children that they cannot have the things that we now enjoy." And the emerging minorities "will not stand still and also be denied these same things toward which they have worked for so long." The solution in years to come, he said, lies in nuclear energy and the development of breeder and fusion reactors. held in July. It will be staged in Graham Park, if possible. Try-outs are scheduled for the latter part of June. The CCT intends to produce melodrama this summer, also. Anyone interested in helping with the children's production, particularly high school students, should contact any of the board members. Get Both Sides Abortion Issue As part of their studies in child health, students at the Des Moines Area Community College School of Nursing, Carroll Center, are having guest speakers lecture on abortion and referral services. Sr. Julia, an R.N. with 35 years of obstetric practice, and Mrs. Catherine Furey, R. N., both members of the Right to Life organization, presented the pro-life story Thursday. Following a lecture and slides on stages of a fetus, they showed a film of a sectional abortion. On May 16, Rosie Fee, R.N. who is with the family planning clinic of the state social service department, will speak on "Population Topics — Nurse's Role as a Referral Person." Methods of family planning and a nurse's capacity in making referrals for venereal disease and unwed mothers will be discussed. The two presentations will give the students information on both sides of the abortion issue. Despite a nurse's personal feelings about abortion, she will still have to deal with the issue, Mrs. Joan Schulte, the nursing school coordinator, said. . •.. , WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon's tape transcripts indicate that the White House Plumbers did pull a Las Vegas burglary, contrary to testimony given to the Senate Watergate committee. Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt told the committee last Sept. 24 that he and another member of the secret White House intelligence-gathering unit that became known as the Plumbers planned to burglarize the office of Las Vegas Publisher Hank Greenspun. But, Hunt said, the burglary never came off. In the White House tape transcripts, presidential adviser John D. Ehrlichman said it did. ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Calling Spiro T. Agnew morally obtuse, the Maryland Court of Appeals has prohibited the former vice president from practicing law. WASHINGTON (AP) Women who are chronic alcoholics during pregnancy risk bearing physically and mentally deficient offspring and sometimes even early death for these children, a team of Seattle pediatric researchers reports. Deaths, Funerals LEONARD SCHIRCK Leonard Schirck, 70, of Carroll died at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 2, at St. Anthony Nursing Home, after a long illness. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Monday at St. Lawrence Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. at the Sharp Funeral Home. The rosary will be recited Saturday at 8 and 8:45 p.m. and Sunday at 3 and 8 p.m. The Loyal Order of Moose memorial service will be held at 8:45 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Schirck was born at Carroll March 29, 1904, a son of V. E. and Clara Yender Schirck. He attended rural school and spent all of his life in the Carroll area. His marriage*-,to Martha Huegerich t6ok place June 14, 1927, at Our'Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel. For 17 years he farmed and was in the custom corn shelling business. Mrs. Schirck died in 1957 and in 1968, Mr. Schirck retired and moved the 1410 North Carroll Street, Carroll. For the last year and a half he resided at St. Anthony Nursing Home. He was a member of St. Lawrence Church and Loyal Order of Moose Lodge No. 273. Surviving are four children, Earl and Denis of Carroll, Mrs. M. H. (Donna) Bergeson of Sioux City and Mrs. R. K. (Marilyn) Setzler of St. Paul, Minn.; 12 grandchildren and a brother, V. A. (John) Schirck of Carroll. In addition to his wife, Mr. Schirck was preceded in death by a daughter, Doris, two brothers and a sister. LEROY STONE AUDUBON — Leroy Stone, 50, died Tuesday at his home here after a long illness. He was a retired U.S. Postal Service employee. He was born in Audubon May 17, 1923, the son of Fred and Laura Stone. He attended schools here and served as a medical corpsman in the Army during World War II. He joined the Audubon post office in 1947 and was assistant postmaster when he retired in 1972 because of ill health. His marriage to Beverly Potter took place Aug. 9, 1953 in Audubon. He was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran church. Survivors include his wife, Beverly; two daughters! Kristi, 10, and Kathy, 8; three sisters, Mrs. Hilda Keat of Carroll, Mrs. Max Struve of Audubon, and Mrs. George (Dorothy) McKibben of Menlo; two brothers, Reuben Stone and Elmer Stone, both NOTICE In Respect To The Memory Of LEROY STONE We Will Close Saturday Noon, May 4 Stone Printing Co. of Carroll. He was preceded in death by his parents. Services will be at 2p.m. Saturday in Our Saviour's church with the Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove cemetery under direction of the McFadden Funeral home. Pallbearers will be William F. Madsen, Darrell Andersen, Emmet Arneson, Louis Lauritsen, Richard Evans, and L. K. Madsen. CHAD DUANE BYERLY SCRANTON — Chad Duane Byerly, four-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Byerly of Orange, Calif., died there Wednesday, May 1. Arrangements are pending at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton. The baby was born at Orange Jan. 14, 1974. His mother is the former Sharon Schwinford. Surviving besides his parents are grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byerly of Scranton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schwinford. MRS. HENRY HRDLICKA Mrs. Henry Hrdlicka of Wahoo, Neb., mother of Mrs. LaRoy Comes of Carroll, died at the Wahoo Hospital Wednesday evening, May 1. She had been in failing health for several years. The funeral mass will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Wenceslaus Church at Wahoo. The Swoboda Funeral Home of Wahoo is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Hrdlicka was preceded in death by her husband in ,1956. Personals-— Mrs. W. L. McConkie has returned home after spending six months at Apache Wells, Mesa, Ariz. IN MEMORY OF Chad Duane Byerly Orange, Calif. Age — 4 Monfhi Arrangements Pending At The Dahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton DAHN& WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Leonard Schirck Carroll — Age 70 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Saturday Rosaries: 8 p.m. Saturday 8: 45 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday Memorial Service: Royal Order of the Moose 8:45 p.m. Sunday Mass of the Resurrection: 1 p.m. Monday at St. Lawrence Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery FUNERAL HOME Carroll, jowa Serving Carroll 33 year,

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