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The Weather STORMY Iowa Extended Forecast Thursday through Saturday Chance of showers through period. Mild Thursday and Friday turning cooler Saturday. Lows 40s Thursday to around 50 on Friday and Saturday. Daily highs around 80s Thursday and Friday dropping into the 60s Saturday. IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thundershowers spreading over most of the state tonight. Warmer. east tonight. Low mostly 50s. Showers or thundershowers east, becoming partly cloudy DES Again Available to Stock Feeders AMES, Iowa (AP) — "The problems now facing manufacturers of cattle feed are whether to produce feeds containing DES with the possibility of a future ban, and where to get DES," says a professor of animal science at Iowa State University. Wise Burroughs said Monday that diethylstilbestrol, or DES, formerly banned for use in livestock by the Food and Drug administration, is again available to cattle and sheep feeders. The ban on DES was lifted Jan. 24, about a year after it was put into effect. DES is an estrogenic compound that increases gains in beef cattle and sheep, Burroughs said. Burroughs, whom the university said is the developer of DES as a feed additive, said "most people don't know where to get DES, but that if enough people want it, a company will produce DES for them." He estimated its price will be double what it cost before the ban. "The cost of starting DES production again and the threat of a short period of DES sales means feed producers west Wednesday. High low 7Us west, low and mid 60s east. Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 48 hours prior to 11 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll amounted to 1.8 inches. Temperatures included a high of 53 and a low of 48 degrees. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co. 1 Yesterday's high 62 Yesterday's low 39 \* 1 ?" At7a.m. today 44 una At 10 a.m. today 43 Precipitation (24 hours prior td lOa.m).15 inches of rain. will need a higher price," Burroughs said. He said DES was banned "because it was labeled carcinogenic. A carcinogenic compound is one which causes tumors to increase either in number or size." "However, over one-third of all chemical compounds could be labeled as carcinogens." The ban was lifted, Burroughs said, "when the courts ruled there was no sound legal or scientific justification for banning DES." He said he believes the use of DES in cattle feeds "is safe in every way as has been demonstrated by its use during the past 19years." ATTEND WORKSHOP Ronald 0. Roe and Dr. Raymond L. Wiedemeier, both of Carroll, attended a two-day workshop in Fort Dodge called by Robert H. Lounsberry, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, on May 2-3. Review training sessiorts were held for over 160 agricultural inspectors in food products control, weights and measures, animal industry and poultry. Dr. Wiedemeier has been an area veterinarian for the department's meat and poultry industry for eight years, and Roe is an inspector for the same division. Federal officials from the offices of the U.S.D.A. and FDA also participated in the program. Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Tuesday, May 7, 1974 £ • Brandt (Continued From Page 1) group, and the strongest advocate of close cooperation with the United States. The Market already is going through a period of extreme uncertainty because of the French presidential elections, the British government's demands for renegotiation of its membership terms, disruptive Italian import controls and unresolved strains in the trans-Atlantic alliance with the United States. West Germany had enjoyed relative political stability andt, but escalating domestic problems could hinder Bonn's efforts toward solving European and trans-Atlantic problems. Scheel called a cabinet meeting today to discuss the implications of Brandt's resignation. Spokesmen said the Social Democrats and the Free Democrats also would start talks to agree on a new government program by the weekend. The Bundestag, the lower house of parliament, will meet May 17 to elect the new chancellor. Schmidt's election was considered virtually certain. Briefs From the AP Wire Portugal: Reds Benefit From Rights Suppression Portugal provides a textbook case of how Communist parties benefit from the suppression of political rights by dictatorships. Spain and others may be assessing the example nervously. Portugal's Communist party is confidently demanding ministries in the new provisional government promised by the military leaders that toppled the dictatorship. Of all suppressed parties, the Communists appear to have emerged as the most tightly unified, organized and disciplined. This is not new. In other countries, moderate elements often were blinded by the sudden light of freedom and had to grope, while the Communists had long prepared for the emergence from underground. WASHINGTON (AP) —The Senate Watergate committee says it still needs five subpoenaed White House tapes, despite President Nixon's release of edited transcripts of the conversations. At the same time, White House lawyers were given five more days Monday in which to stave off a showdown with the Watergate special prosecutor over 64 tapes sought for use in the Watergate cover-up trial. The Senate committee, in papers filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals, called Nixon's transcripts "suspect" and "neither-complete nor accurate." The court had asked the senators what stake they still have in the court fight in light of disclosures already made, including the transcripts. NEW YORK (AP) — The Daily News, the nation's largest circulation daily newspaper, began publishing without its union printers today after ejecting them from the plant in a showdown over automation. The first copies of an edition from which 32 pages of advertising were cut rolled off the presses at 5 a.m., some 9Va hours late. Investigate Man's Death RUTHVEN, Iowa (AP)—The death of Clarence Monk, 34, is being investigated by the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation, according to state officials. The body of the Estherville man was found Sunday on a Palo Alto county road near Ruthven. The dead man had bruises and internal injuries, investigators said Monday, and an autopsy will be conducted. PLAY EUCHRE The W. C. Club met for a euchre party Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Wittrock. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus won high and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Quandt, low. The group will meet next with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Greving, June 9. Daily Record On an average day the tabloid prints 2.1 million copies. Today's one-edition run was "only a few hundred thousand," said Managing Editor Michael O'Neill. As the presses rolled, pickets from New York Typographical U n i o n No. 6, AFL-CIO, marched outside. Their leaders called it a lockout, and management called it a strike. WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans cannot expect any relief from record high interest rates without progress in the fight against inflation, says outg o i n g Treasury Secretary George P. Shultz. But Shultz, who leaves office Wednesday, says interest rates may about have reached their peak. Shultz commented after the interest rate for government short-term borrowing—in the form of Treasury bills—hit a record 9.036 per cent Monday. DES MOINES, Iowa N.Y. Stocks A rural Collins couple has asked a three-judge federal court to declare all, or part, of Iowa's law on mechanic's liens unconstitutional. George and Mildred Kimberley allege in a suit filed in Des Moines that the statute violates due process procedures by allowing the filing of mechanic's liens without prior notice or a hearing. Kimberley said Gerhart Construction Co. of Mingo began Work on a house for the KimBfcrleys in September, 1972. He said he later that year paid the construction company's total bill. But now, the Kimberleys clairti, three subcontractors of the construction firm have filed mechanic's liens against the Kimberley's property, claiming they have not been paid for materials used in building the house. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— lowans cannot be convicted for drinking alcohol on public streets unless they are actually seen consuming it, an attorney general's opinion said Tuesday. The opinion, written by Asst. Atty. Gen. Darby Coriden, said it doesn't matter if someone is seen with an open or closed liquor container in his hands. "The statute is clear," Coriden said. "It is the use and consumption of alcoholic liquor or beer that is prohibited upon public streets and highways." "Possession of alcoholic liquor and beer, however, is prohibited only at two specific locations—public school property, and public and private school related activities." The opinion said if possession of alcohol was prohibited in every public place, no one could be legally able to carry a package of beer out of a store. Union County Atty. Robert Rolfe, Creston, asked for the opinion. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Janice M. Hinson, Carroll, Chevrolet; Duane A. Bluml, Carroll, Honda; Cyril J. Reiling, Carroll, Chevrolet; Roman T. Starman, Carroll, Oldsmobile; John Whaley Chevrolet, Inc., Carroll. Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Carmilla and Clayton Noel et al to Flossie Walter, Lot 3, Block 37, Eaton's Addition to Glidden. Herman and Elsie Frahm to Earl G. and Garnet Stribe, Part of Block 33, Auditor's Subdiv. of Out Lot "A", Western Town Company's Subdiv. of Out Lot 2, First Addition to Manning. Leonard and Amelia Sander to Leonard Sander, SWV4NWV4 and Part of E I /2NW 1 /4 and Part of NEV 4 NW l /4, Sec. 22, Twp. 85 No one else can give us what you can. IF , --rsv^ (Join Us. Please.) Nobody else in the world can give us what you can. A pint of your blood. And your gift has never been more important. Because blood from healthy donors, who freely donate their blood, is 70 times less likely to cause infectious hepatitis in the recipient than is blood from many \ commercial sources. Think about that. The need is urgent, and continuous. Help us. Join us.Today. The American Red Cross. The Good Neighbor. A PU*c Service o( This Newspaper 4 The Advertising Council N., Range 35 W. Merrill W. and Florence M. Rogers, Lot 1, Irreg. Sur. SEV4SWV4, Sec. 32, Twp. 84 N., Range 35W. Ward A. and Irene E. Willey to Thomas E. and Lola J. Kuebler, Part of Lot 2, Irreg. Sur. NW 1 /4NE I /4, Sec. 30, Twp. 84 N., Range 33 W. Thomas E. and Lola J. Kuebler to Five Fifty Six Company, Inc., Part of Lot 2, Irreg. Sur. NW 1 /4NE 1 /4. Sec. 30, Twp. 84 N., Range 33 W. ST ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 4— Mrs. Dena Fleshner, Carroll Admissions May 5— Mrs. LaVonne G. Smouse, Coon Rapids Mrs. Harold D. Van Zuiden, Carroll Mrs. Donald B. Stubbs, Bayard George E. Waldo, Scranton Mrs. David A. Muhr, Coon Rapids Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.45 Cbrn,No.2yellow 2.25 Oats 1-30 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ( USD A ) — Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 6,000; 200-260 Ibs barrows and gilts 50-1.00 lower; 260-330 Ibs steady to 50 lower; 46 head 1-2 214-237 Ibs 29.25; 1-3 195-230 Ibs 28.50-29.00; sows 2550 higher; 375-600 Ibs 23.5024.00. Cattle and calves: 6,500; steers mostly steady; heifers weak to 25 lower; cows 50 higher; 2 loads choice 1,008-1,146 Ibs steers 41.25; small consignment choice and prime 1,075 Ibs 41.50; choice 1,000 1,200 Ibs 40.0041.00; high choice and prime 950-1,025 Ibs heifers 40.7541.00; choice 875.-1,050 Ibs 39.25-40.50; utility and commercial cows 27,50-29.00; few utility 29.50-30.00. Sheep: 400; shorn lambs 2.25-2.75higher than last test of trade; few ewes steady; choice end of prime shorn lambs 44.25; utility shorn ewes 9.25. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - (USD A) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 110,000; actual receipts Monday 85,000; week ago 53,000; year ago 81,000. Movement very active; demand good; butchers 25-50 lower, U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 26.75-27.25; plants 27.25-27.75; sows steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 22.75-23.50. Sheep: Estimated receipts Tuesday 600; few sales slaughter lambs steady Monday; small lot choice and prime 93 Ib spring lambs 44.00; part load choice 110 Ib shorn No. 1 pelts 41.00; few small lots good and choice 90-100 Ibs mostly No. 1 pelts 38.00-40.00. BOND REPORT R. A. Wright, Carroll, volunteer county savings bonds chairman, reported that March sales of Series E and H savings bonds in Carroll County were $109,002. This boosts the three-month total to $304,587 for 39 per cent of its 1974 quota. NEW YORK (AP) stock quotations: - Noon Deaths, Funerals Allied Ch Allied Sirs Am B rds Am Cm Am Chain ACyanid AmHome Am Motors Am Smelt Am Stand Am T*T Armst CK All Richtld Avco Corp Bandag Inc Beat Fds Beet Dick Bendix A v Beth Stl Boeing Co Borden Bruns w i k Bu r Nor Chrysler Con Edis Con Freight Con Oil CPC Intl CurtisWrt Deere duPon t East Kod Eltra CP Esmark Exxon Fairmont Firestone Foote M in Ford Mot Fruehauf Gamble Sko Gen Elec Gen Fds Gen Mot Gen PCm GenTfcL Goodrich Goody t a r Greyhound Holidylnn Homes tk e IBM III Cent Int Harv Int T&T Interst P Iowa Beef laEI&P Iowa III G la P&L Kan Nebr Kn'cott Kraft Kresge SS Leh P Cem Lionel Cp Lockheed Air M a r c o r Martin M Maytag Meredith Nat Gyp N Nat G Nucor P a m i d a Penn Cent Penney Pep Cola Phil Pet PPG Proct Gm QK Oats RCA Rey Ind Rockwll Safeway SaFelnd Sear Rob Signal Co Southn Pac 44V. 24 36% 29 1 7 H 23* 3 9 ^4 7% 23% 14% 48* 28 94* 6* 31% 19% 37* 27% 31% 16% 24 15% 36* 17 10 16 38 'A 33 * 10% 36% 175* 104* 23% 29* 78* 8% 17 'A 12 ' 52% 23% 29% 52* 24% 48 1 1 * 23* 23* 17 15% 12% 73 227'A 17% 26* 19% 14* 18* 13* 14* 19% 15% °18% 45% 34* 18* 2* 4* 25 16* 26* 9% 13* 48* 19 5% 2* 71* 58 53% 28 97* 21 17 44 -A 26* 42% 31* 81% 19* 31'/4 U 1 V * U * U % U * U * U * U 1% U 1% D * U * U * U % D * U * D * V 'A D * U * U * U 1% U * U * U * U * U * U * U % D >A D % D % U * U * .U * D * U * D 2% U 3 U % D * U * D * D * U * U * U 'A U * D * D * U * D % D * U * U * U % U % V % U 2* U * D * U * U % U * U * D * D % U * LEONARD SCHIRCK Mass of the resurrection for Leonard Schirck, 70, of Carroll was celebrated at 1 p.m. Monday in St. Lawrence Church/here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr; Henry B. Karhoff. Pallbearers were Paul Wieifemeyer, Hubert Hagemann Jr., Charles Feld, Paul Kanne, Kenneth Huegerich and Leonard Wieland. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from St. Paul, Minn.; Carter Lake, Fort Dodge, Des Moines, Lidderdale, Glidden, Breda, Arcadia, Fonda, Mt. Carmel, Roselle, Auburn, Lake City and Sioux City. Mr. Schirck died May 2 at St. Anthony Nursing Home after a long illness. JOHN OWEN REILLY John Owen Reilly, 53, of New York City, N. Y., son of Mrs. C...E..(Mabel) Reilly of Carroll; died of a cerebral hemorrhage Monday evening, May 6, at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. The body is being brought to the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll, where arrangements are pending. Mr. Reilly is survived by a sister, Mrs. Joseph Hanley of Tulsa, Okla., in addition to his mother. Survivors include his wife, Wilma; two daughters, Mrs. Malcolm (Laura) Frost of Hyannis, Mass., and Mrs. Gary (Carolyn) Jackson of Shenandoah; one son, Darwin, at home; four grandchildren; three brothers, Lyle of Newman Grove, Neb., Donald of Longview, Wash., and Clifford of Clarks, Neb.; four sisters, Mrs. Ted McClure, Mrs. Lee Houston, both of Central City, Neb,, Mrs. Harold Trebilcock of Palmer, Neb., and Mrs. Hubert Giles of Longview, Wash. Services will be at, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Our Saviour's Lutheran church here with the Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiating. Burial will be in Central City at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Pallbearers will be Emmert Jensen, Earl Mortensen, Martin Nielsen, Jack Henry, Ben Grain, and Floyd Ramsey. The body is at McFadden Funeral Home. BRENDA RACOBS SCRANTON—B re nda Racobs, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Racobs of Route 2, Scranton, died Tuesday morning, May 7, at University Hospitals, Iowa City, after a two-week illness. Arrangements are pending at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Grain futures were generally weak on the Chicago Board of Trade today, but the three commodities in the soybean complex attracted support. Grain prices were lower with losses in corn and oats ranging from 4 to 5 cents a bushel. There was some strength in deferred, or new crop, wheat but the nearbys continued weak. Prices throughout the floor were generally lower on the opening. Soybeans were down about 5 cents while oil was 25 points lower and meal $1 a ton lower. Commercial buying then set in and prices rose. Soybeans advanced 6 cents above the pre- viouse close, oil rose some 40 points and meal was up $4 a ton. These prices later were pared. IN MEMORY OF Brenda Racobs Scranton — Age 5 Arangements Pending OAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES LAWRENCE M. BARNES AUDUBON—Lawrence M. Barnes, 51, manager of a lumber yard here, died of a heart attack Sunday. He was stricken while fishing at a gravel pit eight miles northwest of Audubon shortl&after noon and was dead^dii arrival at Audubon County Memorial hospital. Mr. Barnes came here 14 months ago to become manager of the United Building Center. He was born at Central City, Neb., on Jan. 21,1923, the son of Owen and Grace Johnson Barnes. He was married to the former Wilma Jean Larsen of Wolbach, Neb. A longtime lumberman, Mr. Barnes was owner and manager of a lumber yard at Northboro, la., for about 20 years, later going to Nebraska where he managed a lumber yard at Grand Island before coming to Audubon. He was a WorW Viriat II Navy veteran, member of the American Legion; ;$ Mason and past master bf the Masonic lodge at Blanchard, la. He was a member oi the Audubon Lions club and a member of the club's board of directors. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) —Glamour and bluechip issues led a light-volume technical rally in the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 6.11 at 850.99, and gainer outdistanced losers by about 3 to 2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Brokers found little in the news to explain the upswing. Uris Buildings was the Big Board volume leader, up Vfe at 14% in trading that included four moderate-sized blocks, all traded at that price. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down 1.10 at 88.66. John Owen Reilly New YeA City, N.Y. - Age 53 Arrangement pending. C. H. (Mac) Hermsen Carroll *- Age 61 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 3 p.m. Tuesday Elks Memorial Service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Knights of Columbus and parish rosary at 8 p.m Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenx, V.F. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery SHARP SHARP FUNERAL HOME yJCoirtiifl, Iowa Servjng Carroll 33 years FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 y«ar»

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