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The Weather IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday and Saturday ending Sunday. Warming Saturday turning cooler Sunday. Highs upper 60s to low 70s. Lows upper 40s and 50s. IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy tonight with a chance of showers, mainly south. Low around 40 northeast. 50 southwest. Partly cloudy west and mostly cloudy east Thursday. Chance Red Cross Gets $1,500 in Campaign About $1,500 was produced in the county-wide Red Cross drive, it was reported at the Red Cross meeting following the luncheon with the disaster committee in the education room of St. Anthony Regional Hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. John Buelt of Glidden and Mrs. James Masching of Carroll headed the drive. The amount does not include collections by United Funds and Community Chest. The resignation of Judy Simon, blood program chairman, was accepted and Patricia Dierenfeld was appointed to fill the position. Miss Simon reported that Coon Rapids .collected 110 pints of blood, 10 units over the quota, and had 19 first time donors. Manning collected 51 pints of a 75 pint quota and had 11 first time donors. Chuck Vestal represented the Omaha Regional Red Cross Blood Center at the meeting. Joe Dalhoff reported that improvements have been made at the municipal swimming pool and that a water safety program will be started soon. Kathy Kastrick. assistant director of the safety program of the Red Cross at Omaha, discussed the program. Multi-media films for the first aid course have been ordered. Mrs. Robert McKone. chairman, appointed the following nominating committee: Joe Dalhoff and Ron Henkenius. with Mrs. John Buelt as chairman. The next regular meeting will be on the second Monday in October. • Building (Continued From Page 1) Lahr said. He added he will probably go into buying and selling antiques. Also, Lahr said the move to the Peters building will give him enough space to restore antique cars. Some remodeling of the Peters building is planned by Lahr, who said he will have some rental space in the building. CORRECTION Ted Nam's name was misspelled in Tuesday's account of the Carroll Community High School band picnic. He received awards for outstanding musician, Northwest Band Honor, stage band and overall band participation. RAIN of showers central and east. Warmer. High 60s northeast, low 70s southwest. The Weather in Carroll iDiiily Trmpurnlurrs I'liurlcsv of Itiwn Public- Service Co i Yesterday's high 59 Yesterday's low 45 At 7 a.m. today 41 At 10 a.m. today 50 Weather A Year Ago- Warm weather continued in Carroll a year ago today with a high of 71 degrees. The day's low was 37. • Sr. Ruth (Continued From Page 1) individual elementary teachers to be honored. In this way, the program thanks the teacher and the school for their contributions to the continuing excellence of American education. In announcing the award winners to the administrators. Dr. V. Gilbert Beers, director said. "The men and women chosen for this high honor have explored new paths, developed new insights and effectively communicated their knowledge to their students and colleagues. They are exceptional teachers." Guidelines for selection include an educator's talents in the classroom, contributions to research, administrative abilities, civic service and professional recognition. Among Sr. Ruth Ann's contributions to education are the publishing of the book "Write Me Down as One Who Loves Poetry and Persimmons." a collection of children's writings and instructions on how to encourage writing with children, the publishing of a filmstrip. "Take a Walk With Me." and the giving of creative writing workshops to teachers. This past year four of Sr. Ruth Ann's students received top state honors in poetry and poster contests. Civically. she was involved in the Community Bettermen program for the Town of Templeton and was on the scrapbook committee that produced a prize winning book in the contest. Sr. Ruth Ann has been teaching at Halbur-Templeton the past four years. Prior to that she taught at Sibley. Iowa; Hazel Crest. 111.; and Mapleton, Iowa. Coffee for Rasmussen Mrs. Don Hallinan was hostess at a coffee in her home Tuesday morning on behalf of Clark Rasmussen. Democratic candidate for governor. Among the 12 persons attending were Mrs. Carol Westwick of Indianapolis, Ind., his twin sister, and another sister, Mrs. Laura Testroet of Audubon. They are campaigning for their brother, who was injured last week on his bicycle tour across Iowa. Rasmussen is continuing on his bicycle with a fractured arm in a sling, going to Cedar Rapids Monday and planning to be in Dubuque Friday. Times Herald, Carroll, la. f* Wednesday, May 15, 1974 2 Parochial Schools in a Decline DES MOINES. Iowa (AP)— The number of Catholic schools in Iowa decreased and enrollment dropped again this school year, according to a report from the National Catholic Education Association. The decline in schools and enrollment continues a trend that began about 10 years ago. The Washington-based association said in the report Tuesday that Iowa has 189 Catholic schools with 54,099 students, compared to 211 schools and 63,640 students in the 1970-71 school year. Nationally, the association said, the number and enrollment dropped again for Catholic schools, but the rate of decline was the slowest in five years. Finances have been the major factor in the closing and consolidation of Catholic schools, which make up about 80 per cent of all non public elementar y-secondary institutions in the United States. City Eligible for Transport Fund, $131,353 AMES. Iowa (AP)—These Iowa cities will be able to apply for $21.9 million in federal aid for transportation systems. They would have to match the federal money listed with matching funds, according to the Iowa Highway Commission. The arrangement involves communities paying 30 per cent of project costs, with federal funds covering the other 70 per cent, officials said Tuesday. The Des Moines urban area would get $3.8 million in federal funds: Cedar Rapids urban area 1.9 million: Davenport urban area 1.9 million; Waterloo urban area 1.7 million: Sioux City urban area 1.3 million: Council Bluffs urban area 977.262: Dubuque urban area 951.567: Iowa City 706.042: Ames 595.351: "Clinton 523.225: Burlington 487.764 and Mason City 481.510, . • Also Fort Dodge 471.142 Ottumwa 464.231 Marshalltown 395.128 Muscatine 337.650: Newton 235.383: Keokuk 220.493: Fort Madison 210.924: Boone 187.896: Oskaloosa 169.149: Spencer 154.892: Charles City 139,671; Ankeny 137.908'; Indianola 133,401: Carroll 131,353; Fairfield 131.337; Storm Lake 129.469: Webster City 127.917; Grinnell 126.620: Creston 124.089; Le Mars 122.958 and Estherville 122.190. Also Knoxville 116.870; Oelwein 116.569: Decorah 112.394; Atlantic 110. 103; Cherokee 109.591: Waverly 108.581; Mount Pleasant 105.597; Perry 104.075: Pella 100.489; Centerville 98,424; Iowa Falls 97.248; Clear Lake 96,902; Washington 95.199: Denison 93,632; Red Oak 93,586; Coralville 92,381; Algona 90,904; Shenandoah 89,939; Independence 89.065; Maquoketa 85,554; Clarinda 78,968; Harlan 76,090; Chariton 75,487 Briefs From the AP Wire Watergate Panel Asks Mandate Extended WASHINGTON (AP) -The Senate Watergate Committee today concluded it is unable to complete its final report by May 28 and voted to ask the Senate to extend its mandate until June 30. Chairman Sam J. Ervin Jr.. D-N.C., said staff members would be requested to eliminate any findings of individual guilt or innocence and to base the report solely on Watergate events and legislative recommendations stemming from them. Ervin said the committee did not discuss any steps it might take to compel C. G. "Bebe" Rebozo. President Nixon's close personal friend, to comply with a wide-ranging subpoena demanding he produce his personal and business financial records for the last five years. Ervin said the committee also will ask the Senate to ex- tend its full subpoena powers until June 30 and give it authority to filea supplemental report at any time if it wins its court battle for access to five key recordings of presidential conversations. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — State government would like to set an energy saving example for lowans this summer — but it might take too much energy to do it. Gov. Robert Ray is asking lowans to set the thermostats on their conditioners at 80 degrees and humidity at 60 per cent this summer rather than the normal 75 degrees and 50 percent. Before he left on a trip to China last weekend, Ray talked with General Services Director Stanley McCausland and the two agreed that state employes should work in 80 Daily Record Volunteers Recognized — Eleven of the 18 groups who entertain at the Carroll Health Center were represented at the recognition tea for volunteers Tuesday afternoon. From left, front: Mrs. Louis Bueltel. St. Joseph Guild, Dedham: Mrs. Clem Polking, Breda: Mrs. Fred Ortner. St. Lawrence Church; Mrs. Ray Wiebers, Zion Lutheran, Arcadia: and Mrs. Lvle Onkon. Immanucl Lutheran, Lidderdale; back: Mrs. Joe Schweers, Presbyterian, Arcadia: Mrs. Frank Eischeid. St. Augustine, Halbur; Mrs. Cyrenus Diers. St. John's. Arcadia: Mrs. Leo Wernimont. Community Affairs, Mount Carmel: Mrs. Leonard Pudenz, Holy Family, Lidderdale; and Mrs. John Bruns, St. John's Lutheran, 'Glidden. COURT HOUSE Licenses to Wed— Steven J. DeMey. 20. Carroll, and Debra K/Klocke. 19, Templeton; Philip L. Simons, 20, and Joyce M. Heithoff. 18. both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— William G. Waterbury. Manning, Chevrolet; Les Young, Coon Rapids. Honda: Diane K. Gehling, Carroll, Chevrolet; Leroy J. Heinrichs, Carroll. Suzuki: Fredrick A. or Lucille E. Wittrock. Manning, Dodge; Jane Limuti, Arcadia. Buick; Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Carroll. Chevrolet: Elmer Fricke, Carroll, Chevrolet; Maurice F. Friedman, Templeton. Hornet. Real Estate Transfers- Daisy S. Minchen to Paul V. and Lloyd C. Kordjck. Part of Lot 9. "Block 5. Westlawn Addition to Carroll. Ronny and Sharon Sadler to Malinda and Walter J. Damman. Lot 13, Block 1. Manning. Donald and Helen J. Hilgenberg to Louis A. and Norma J. McCurdy. Lots 1 and 2. Block 6. Brutsche and Garst First Addition to Coon Rapids. Ward A. and Irene E. Willey to Thomas E. and Lola J. Kuebler. Lot 2. Irreg. Sur. NW'4NE'4, Sec. 30. Twp. 84 N.. Range 33 W. -0- Police Department— Two-Car Accident— Cars driven by Marie J. Wernimont and Joyce A. Terwilliger, both of Carroll, were in collision Tuesday on Seventh Street near Carroll Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Wernimont vehicle was backing from a parking stall, and the Terwilliger vehicle was eastbound on Seventh Street, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 13— Mrs. Roger Nissen, Carroll Mrs. John Scharfenkamp, Lidderdale Mrs. Lydia Jensen. Audubon Alan Hinners, Manning Admissions May 14— Miss Susan Schapman, Carroll Mrs. Elizabeth Wareham, Vail Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Ronald E. Schmitz, Carroll, a son, Wednesday Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.00 Corn, No. 2 yellow $2.40 Oats 1.30 OMAHA.Neb. (AP) ( USDA (—Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 6,500; barrows and gilts unevenly 50-1.50 lower; 1-3 195-240 Ibs 27.00-27.50; 2-3 230-250 Ibs 260-27.00; sows 50-1.00 lower; 300-600 Ibs. 20.50-21.25. Cattle and calves: 5,500; steers uneven, weak to 25 lower, instances 50 lower; heifers fully steady; cows weak to 50 lower; load high choice and prime 1,140 Ib steers 42.00; choice 1,000-1,200 Ibs. 40.50-41.25, occasionally 41.50; choice 1,200-1,368 Ibs 39.00-41.00; 2 loads high choice and prime 1,000-1,050 Ibs heifers 41.25; moderate volume choice and prime 950-1,087 Ibs40.75-41.00; choice 850-1.100 Ibs 39.50-40.75; utility and commercial cows 28.00-30.00; few utility 30.50; few individuals 31.00. lambs 75 higher; old crop slaughter lambs 3.50 higher than Monday; few choice and prime spring lambs 50.00: choice end of prime old crop slaughter lambs 50.00. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves 1,000; hogs 6.000: sheep 100. DES MOINES. Iowa (AP)-( USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Wednesday 70.000; actual receipts Tuesday 104.000; week ago 94.000; year ago 75.000. Movement moderately active: demand uneven, generally fairly good: butchers 50-75 lower, instances 1.00 off: U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 25.50-25.75: plants 25.75-26.25: sows 50-1.00 lower. U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 20.50-22.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Wednesday 800: limited sales spring lambs 1.00-2.00 higher Tuesday, .choice and prime 95-105" Ibs" 47.00-48.50: shorn lambs untested. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) —Prices sank slowly today in a stock market still stagnated by high interest rates. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 2.82 at 845.04, and declining issues outpaced those advancing by about a 5 to 3 on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading remained light. Analysts said it appeared a new terrorist incident in Israel touched off a bit of selling. But they said lethargy, rather than any strong impulses to buy or to sell, continued to dominate the market atmosphere. Virginia Electric & Power, down 4 to 11V was the NYSE's most-active issue. A 50.000-share block of the issue traded at 12. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was off 1.15 at 84.50. The NYSE's noon composite index of more than 1,500 common stocks was down .18 at 47.68. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Prices in the soybean complex were weak on the Chicago Board of Trade today, while wheat, corn and oats futures were irregular. Soybeans, in new crop months, were down 74 cents a bushel. Soy oil eased about 50 points, or 4 cents a pound and soybean meal was down $1 a ton. The selling of commodities in the complex was, to a degree, a carryover from Tuesday when some rather wide price swings in the closing hour produced sharply lower prices. A report from Iowa that farm field work was moving at a rate better than last year tended to bring out more sellers of corn futures. Wheat appeared to reflect this bearish influence. degree temperature to set an example. But McCausland said Wednesday he discussed the plan with Iowa Power and Light Co. officials who informed him that the principle of using less air conditioning to use less energy works only on small buildings such as homes. WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats are ready for a showdown on proposals that would swiftly boost oil industry taxes by several billion dollars. The Democrats were called today to a special caucus to act on resolutions urging the House Rules Committee to let the House vote on the amendments advocated by Reps. William J. Green. D-Pa., and Charles A. Vanik, D-Ohio. Green and /Vanik, members of the Ways and Means Com• Disaster • (Continued From Page 1) packets are retained at the fire station. The 18 rescue personnel of the fire department would divide into groups of two or three to check homes for injured persons and gas and electrical hazards resulting from a severe storm. St. Anthony Hospital has a separate disaster program. Basically, personnel at the hospital would become involved first, then others would be called in. Emergency supplies are retained at the hospital. A Red Cross trained team of about 10 persons is organized in the area to help during a disaster. The team includes four nurses. All have identifying hard hats and jackets to wear while on disaster work. Other sources of assistance during a tornado or other emergency were pointed out. With state approval in advance, a disaster team can use equipment borrowed from a school board. The sheriff determines the scope of a disaster and can then call the governor to dispatch the national guard. In addition. 40 state policemen could be sent to help in a disaster situation. The sheriff's department also come.s into pl.ay in distributing warnings to outlying towns. A full set of radios are kept in the court house basement, and another set in the sheriff's home. With these, deputies in each town are contacted to relay a warning to residents. If a disaster should occur, road blocks would be set up around a stricken town, and only persons with passes would be allowed to enter. Purpose of the passes is to reduce the possibility of looting. Ferman Stout, deputy sheriff, said. Buildings would then be inspected and signs posted on each to mark them as safe or unsafe. • Brinkman (Continued From Page 1) service by Carroll Elk's Lodge No. 1637 at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Brinkman. son of Jacob and Mary Slattery Brinkman. was born April 2, 1911. at Early, where he spent his early years. On Sept. 2, 1940. he was married to Viola Otto at SS. Peter and Paul Church in Carroll by the late Rev. Lambert Schenkelberg. The couple made their home in Carroll, where he owned and operated the Brinkman Elevator. Surviving are his'wife; two daughters. Mrs. Gerry (Kristy) Mueller of Sioux City and Mrs. Kitty Cooper of Perry; a son, Jake of Ankeny; four grandsons; a brother. Ed Brinkman of Early: and two sisters, Mrs. Paul Hurley and Mrs. M. L. Mason, both of Mason City. He was a member of St. Lawrence Church, Charles Carroll Council and Fourth Degree Assembly Knights of Columbus, Elk's Lodge, and Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 of the American Legion. In World War II he served for 15 months in the European theater and was the recipient of five bronze stars. STUDENT HONORED Susan Nurse of Carroll received the chemistry award at Mount Mercy College's spring honors convocation Tuesday. After the convocation, academic hoods were conferred on graduating seniors of the Cedar Rapids college. Commencement exercises will be held this Saturday. mittee, are unhappy with that panel's version of oil tax reform legislation. They challenged Ways and Means Chairman Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., when he decided to seek from the Rules Committee a rule forbidding amendments. LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Gen. Antonio de Spinola, leader of the junta that overthrew the heirs of the Salazar dictatorship on April 25, was being installed as Portugal's new president today. The inauguration was being held in the 18th century Quelux Palace outside Lisbon, attended by politicians and diplomats. The 64-year-old general has promised to name a provisional government of civilians and military men within 24 hours after becoming president, followed by free elections within a year. Most of the new cabinet's civilians are expected to be from the political left, which the junta has allowed to emerge from underground after nearly half a century of conservative repression. By The Associated Press Newark Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson, the first black mayor of a major northeastern city, has easily won re-election over a fiery leader of the New Jersey city's minority white population. In other elections Tuesday, two West Virginia incumbent U.S. representatives who were challenged won easy renomination and two other Democratic congressmen were unopposed. Nebraska's Democratic governor, J. James Exon, won nomination for a second term". Deaths, Funerals HENRY J.WALZ Henry J. Walz. 89, of Vancouver, Wash., died Monday, May 13. He was a former Carroll businessman, having been the proprieter of the Walz Shoe Store for many years. Funeral rites were held Wednesday at Vancouver. Mr. Walz, son of Sebastian and Anna Haak Walz, was born July 13, 1883. On Sept. 25, 1912. he was married to Mary Heider at SS. Peter and Paul Church by the Rev. Joseph Kuemper. He is survived by his wife; two children, Mrs. Bernice Abrams of Portland, Ore., and John Walz, M.D., of Vancouver: nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mr. Walz was preceded in death by three sisters. Mrs. John (Cune) Lenz. Mrs. Walter (Verona) Wegner and Carrie Walz; and three brothers, Frank Walz and two others in infancy. MARGARET KOESTER Margaret Koester, 74. of Carroll died at.,4:10 a.m. Wednesday. : May 15. at the Carroll' Health Center, where she had resided for the last two years. She had been ill about three years. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church, of which she was a member. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. The rosary will be recited Wednesday at 8 p.m. and Thursday at 3 p.m. by the Legion of Mary, at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Miss Koester. daughter of William and Christina Wibben Koester, was born at Willey April 7. 1900. Until about three years ago she wa s housekeeper for the Rev. Msgr. 0. W. Koester at Ogden. Sioux Rapids. Mt. Carmel and Milford. Surviving are a brother. William of Carroll; a sister, Sr. Mary Koester of LaCrosse. Wis.; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by three brothers, John. Ted and George; and four sisters. Josephine. Clara. Sr. Silvina and Anna. JAMES B. KEMMISH GLIDDEN - Funeral services for James Bryan Kemmish. 77. of Glidden were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran Church at Persia. The Rev. Leo R. Nielsen of Margaret Koester Carroll — Age 74 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Rosary 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Rosary Thursday at 3:00 p.m., by the Legion of Mary and at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church Final Resting Place: Mt. Olivet Cemetery Frem'ont, Neb., officiated. Mrs. Marian Eckmann was organist and the congregation sang "Beautiful Savior" and "I Know That My Redeemer Lives". Pallbearers were Virgil Carter, Murray Hubbard, Jerry Mclntosh, Darrell Fahrenkrog, LaVern Gerratt and LaVern Wilson. Burial was in Valley View Cemetery, Persia. The Dann-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Glidden was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Kemmish died May 11 at St. Anthony Nursing Home in Carroll after a long illness. He came to Glidden two years ago to make his home with his son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walkup. Parade Set for Memorial Day The Memorial Day parade will begin at the South Side Park at 10 a.m. May 27, members of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion were told at their meeting Tuesday. In case of rain, it will be held in the Kuemper High School gymnasium. Parade marshals will be Don Tigges and Jerry Schenkelberg. Mors particulars will be announced later. First Vice Commander Jerry Kokenge reported that 700 members have paid dues for the year. The American Legion will sponsor a dance at the Starline Ballroom on May 25. Tickets can be obtained at the clubroom or from any member. Cost is $1.50 in advance and $2 at the door. The meeting was conducted by Commander Don Bayliss. WARTBURG GRADUATE Janet Grundmeier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orren L. Grundmeier of Carroll, will receive a bachelor of arts degree from Wartburg College. Waverly. during commencement exercises on May 19. Dr. John W. Bachman. director of communication and mission support of the American Lutheran Church, formerly Wartburg's president, will deliver the address for the 122nd commencement. Leo Brinkman Carroll — Age 63 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home starting at 7 p.m. Wednesday Rosary: 8:00 p.m. Wednesday 3:00 p.m. Thursday 8:00 p.m. Thursday by the Knights of Columbus Elk's Memorial Service: 7:30 p.m. Thursday Mass of the Resurrection: 10:00 a.m. Friday at St. Lawrence Church Officiating: Rt.Rev.Ms g r.Henr yB . Karhoff Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery ^V ^V ^V ^B !• EllkJKBAI LJ^^kAw FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years

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