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Twins Win on Homer By The Associated Press The plan, Frank Tanana figured, was for Larry Hisle to put the ball a few feet in front of the plate. He figured about 400 feet too short. Hisle was batting in the bottom of the eighth inning for Minnesota. Ahead of him, Joe Lis had singled. And behind him was the meat of the Twins' batting order. Tanana and the rest of the California Angels owned a 1-0 lead. It figured Hisle would be bunting. . .which is what he did to the first pitch, pushing it foul. "I thought he was going to bunt again." Tanana said. "I threw him an up-and-away fastball that didn't have much on it." But Hisle put everything he had into it, driving the ball 421 feet into the right field stands for a two-run homer that carried the Twins to a 2-1 victory over the Angels. "There's no way I dreamed he'd hit it that far." Tanana said. In other American League games, Baltimore blanked Boston 6-0 in a rain-shortened six-inning contest. Oakland mauled the Chicago White Sox 10-4. Kansas City topped Texas 6-4. Detroit downed Cleveland 4-3 and the New York Yankees edged Milwaukee 3-2 Twins 2, Angels 1 "I was expecting a fastball 'cause he was only trying to get me out. what with Rod Carew and Tony Oliva following me." Hisle said of Tanana. "And he threw me the fastball, apparently thinking I was gonna bunt again. I got the homer in a hi-and-run situation." But why the switch? "It was a bit of a gamble." admitted Twins Manager Frank Quilici. "But it sure worked, didn't it?" Tanana, wht also was victimized last week by a Minnesota homer that turned victory into defeat, added that "I'd throw him the same pitch again—but with more on it." Orioles 6, Red Sox 0 Mike Cuellar checked Boston on six hits and Tommy Davis clubbed two homers, driving in four runs in a game trimmed to six innings by rain and enlivened by the appearance of the first Juergen's 88 is Tops in District ODEBOLT — Carroll's Holly Juergens captured medalist honors here Friday in the girls district golf tournament as Sioux City schools — East. North and Heelan dominated play. Juergens, only a sophomore, fired a 46-42 for an 88 over the Sac County Golf and Country Club and now will compete individually at the state meet next week at Charles City. Juergens would have shot a 41 on the back nine, but incorrectly added up her score. Runner-up honors went to Joan Marten of Denison with a 92 and she also advances to the state tournament. East won the team title with a 402 and North was second with a 410. Those two automatically qualify for state play and Heelan has a chance as they finished with a 423. | Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 18 16 .529 — St. Louis 18 16 .529 — Montreal 14 13 .519 '2 New York 16 19 .457 2 l -z Chicago 13 18 .419 3' 2 Pittsburgh 11 20 .355 5' 2 West Los Angeles 27 10 .730 — Cincinnati 18 15 .545 7 San Fran 20 18 .526 74 Atlanta 19 19 .500 84 Houston 20 20 .500 84 San Diego 15 25 .375134 Saturday's Games Philadelphia (Schueler 1-3) at Pittsburgh (Moose 1-4) Chicago (Reuschel 3-D at St. Louis (Siebert 2-3) N Montreal (Rogers 6-1) at New York (Matlack 4-1) Cincinnati (Kirby 2-3) at Houston (Wilson 1-2 or Dierker2-3)N Atlanta (Niekro 3-3) at Los Angeles (Messersmith4-0) San Diego (Arlin 1-4) at San Francisco (Barrl-1) American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 17 15 .531 — Detroit 17 15 .531 — Cleveland 17 17 .500 1 Milwaukee 19 19 .500 1 New York 19 19 .500 1 Boston 16 19 .457 2'/ 2 West Chicago 17 15 .531 — Oakland 19 17 .528— Kansas C. 18 17 .514 '/a California 17 19 .472 2 Texas 17 19 .472 2 Minnesota 14 16 .467 2 Saturday's Games Texas (Hargan 2-3) at Kansas City (Pattin 1-2) N California (Singer 5-2 ) at Minnesota (Goltz 1-0) Oakland (Hunter 6-3) at Chicago (Moran 0-1) N New York (Stottlemvre 1-4 at Milwaukee (Colborn 1-3) Detroit (Lolich2-5) at Cleveland (J. Perry3-2) Boston (Tiant 2-5) at Baltimore (Grimsley4-3) Two Carroll Golfers to State Meet COON RAPIDS — Two Carroll golfers — Dan Sheehan and Jerry Dentlinger — qualified for the state golf meet here Friday in district play. Sheehan fired a 35-39 for a 74 to place second and Dentlinger came in with a 38-37 for a 75 to get third as both will go to the state meet next Saturday at the University of Iowa Finkbine course. Audubon and Coon Rapids finished 1-2 and will go to the state meet. Audubon shot a 317 and Coon Rapids a 322 as last year's Class A state champion, Pella, finished third with a 343. streaker at a Baltimore ball game. A's 10, White Sox 4 "We haven't had too many like that this season," said AJ- vin Dark after his A's rolled over Chicago on the strength of a four-run first inning and a six-run second. RayFosse's three-run triple—on which the White Sox' Buddy Bradford broke his collarbone trying for the catch— highlighted the first-inning burst. Joe Rudi's two-run single and Bill Melton's two-run error were the big plays in the second inning. Royals 6, Rangers 4 Fred Patek's two-run triple capped a four-run second-inning that sent the Royals past Jim Bibbv and the Rangers, overcoming Texas, 3-0 lead. George Brett drove in the other Kansas City runs with doubles in the fourth and sixth innings. When Texas scored its fourth run and had the tying runs on base with one out in the seventh inning, Doug Bird took over on the mound for winner Bruce Dal Canton. Heelan will go on to state action if their score is better than some other second-place district school. Carroll finished fourth with a 424. Besides Juergens with an 88. Deb Osborn fired a 102. Janet Haynes a 115 and Sue Pettittall9. How They Finished: Siouc City East ............ 402 Sioux City North .......... 410 Sioux City Heelan ......... 423 Carroll 424 Audubon .................. 429 Dayton ................... 442 Sac City .................. 443 Denison ................... 462 Scores of Top Five: East — Nancy Popken 93, Nan Lambert 97, Melanie Bojens 103, Deb Denner 109. North — Chris Vik 98. Kelly Stokes. 101, Sally Hogan 104. Barb McGowan 107. Heelan — Sue Chicoine 103. Sandy Donahue 103. Linda Tramatina 107, Linda Christensen 110. Carroll — Holly Juergens 88. Deb Osborn 102. Janet Haynes 115. SuePettittll9. Audubon — Allegra Hanson 96. Sue Kneeskern 107. Cheryl Christofferson 111. Vicki Smith 115. Tigers 4, Indians 3 Al Kaline's run-scoring single triggered a three-run sixth inning that led Detroit over the Indians, who hit into four double plays. Lerrin LaGrow picked up the victory with late relief help. "I really didn't throw well tonight and was lucky." said LaGrow. Sometimes it takes a few breaks to win a game and we got them tonight. " Yanks 3, Brewers 2 Bill Sudakis' run-scoring single capped a two-run first inning and Jim Mason hit a decisive sacrifice fly in the seventh in the Yankees' victory over Milwaukee. Lead to Courtney in Golf FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) — A trio of superstars moved into contention, but it was a self-styled scrambler, a Wintu Indian and a former football player who led the way today into the third round of the $250,000 Colonial National Open. "Even Ben Hogan can't hit all the greens on this course— you've got to be able to chip it close and make the putts," said Chuck Courtney, recognized as one of the tour's top scramblers. Courtney stripped four shots from Colonial's begrudging par 70 Friday and moved into a one-shot lead at the halfway point of pro golf's first designated tournament. A non-winner this year. Courtney's 36-hole total of 7066—136 was good for a one stroke advantage over first- round leader Hale Irwin. a former University of Colorado football star, and Rod Curl, a personable Wintu Indian. Jack Nidklaus, Lee Trevino and defending champion Tom Weiskopf made bids for the $50.000 top prize. Weiskopf with a 68 that propelled him into fourth place at 138. Nicklaus. despite dumping a wedge shot into the lake near the 18th green, shot a 69 after an opening 71 and headed a group of six at par 140. TOURNEY ON As of Saturday morning, the Breda slow pitch softball tournament was still scheduled to get under way Sunday. May 19. according to tournament manager Bob Fasbender. Daily Record Norman Lowers .ERA to 1.59 By The Associated Press In a hospital hundreds of miles from the Houston Astrodome, a 78-year-old father of eight listened to a ball game on his transistor radio. At the ballpark. Fred Norman tried to ease his father's pain with a well-pitched game Friday night. "When I was born, he was 47 years old," Norman, 32, said of his father. "He always comes to see me pitch. I wish he had been here tonight, but he just couldn't make it." The youngest Norman, however, nearly did make it. He pitched 8 1-3 innings of eight-hit baseball, striking out five and walking one while recording a 4-2 victory over the Houston Astros. In other National League games, the St. Louis Cardinals trimmed the Chicago Cubs 9-8, the New York Mets blanked the Montreal Expos 5-0, the San Diego Padres downed the San Francisco Giants 7-3, the Atlanta Braves topped the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3 in 11 innings and the Philadelphia P h i 1 1 i e s-Pittsburgh Pirates game was rained out. Norman, over 45 1-3 innings, has surrendered just 32 hits and nine runs while striking out 45 and walking only 10. The victory raised his won-lost record to 3-3 and lowered his earned run average to 1.59. Houston Manager Preston Gomez didn't seem especially impressed after his team's seventh consecutive loss. "We've got no hitting, that's all,"Gomez said. But the Astros didn't get much fielding, either, as errors brought home three of Cincinnati's runs. Two scored on Houston pitcher Claude Osteen's wild throw to the plate in the fourth. Doug Rader's fifth home run of the season broke Norman's string of 24 innings without an earned run. Cards 9, Cubs 8 Ted Simmons drove in three runs with a first-inning homer, then broke an 8-8 tie with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning to carry the Cardinals past Chicago. The Cubs rallied from a 6-1 deficit to come within 6-5, and after St. Louis made it 8-5, Chicago scored three runs in their half of the eighth to tie it. Billy Williams had four runs batted in for the Cubs—two of them on his fifth-inning home run. Don Kessinger contributed four hits for Chicago and drove in two runs. Mets 5, Expos 0 "It's a start," said New York right-hander Tom Seaver after h i s 13-strikeout four-hitter blanked Montreal. Seaver, last season's Cy Young Award winner, had slumped to a 1-4 record and a 3.5 earned run average. But Friday's game may have marked a turnaround. Rusty Staub stroked a two-run homer on loser Balor Moore in the third inning for all the runs Seaverneeded. Padres 7, Giants 3 Nate Colbert's fifth career grand slam home run helped San Diego defeat San Francisco and end a nine-game losing string. The blast capped a five-run Padres first inning. Enzo Hernandez singled and Enzo Hernandez hit a sacrifice fly to bring home the other two San Diego runs. Bobby Bonds had a two-run double and Ken Rudolph's single drove in the Giants' runs. Braves 5, Dodgers 3 Pinch-hitter Mike Lum, given life when Ron Cey dropped his foul fly in the llth inning, drove a two-run double to center field to score the winning runs for Atlanta. Jimmy Wynn drove in two runs for the Dodgers with a triple and a double. The Dodgers' nine-game winning streak was stopped. Police Department Two-Car Accidents- Cars driven by Gerald H. Fleshner and Allen A. Schrad, both of Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Boylan Av. Friday, police reported. The front of the Schrad vehicle was in collision with the rear of the Fleshner vehicle as both were westbound on the highway, and the Fleshner vehicle stopped for traffic. Schrad was charged with speeding. Cars driven by LaVerne J. Fehring and Martin F. Hoffman, both of Carroll, collided at the intersection of Main and Bluff Streets Friday, police reported. The Hoffman vehicle was in collision with the rear of the Fehring vehicle as the Fehring vehicle was making a U-turn at the intersection, police said. Hoffman was charged with speeding. No injuries were reported in either accident. HIGHWAY PATROL One-Car Accident— A car driven by Edward Schlichte, Audubon, went out of control on a curve about a quarter mile south of Halbur early Saturday morning and overturned in the ditch, Iowa State Trooper Donald Dreessen, Carroll, reported. Schlichte was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle by Dreessen and deputy sheriff Doug Bass. No injuries were reported. ST ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 16— James M. Switzer. Carroll Raymond W. Friedman. Carroll Mrs. Roman J. Zimmerman. Manilla Admissions May 17— Frederick W. Reck. Scranton Mrs. Robert J. Strunk. Carroll Ambrose Klocke, Templeton Mrs. Ruth A. Johnston. Scranton Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Gene C. Langel. Templeton. a daughter, Friday Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.15 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.47 Oats 1.30 • SLA (Continued From Page 1) white. "It was a war. no other way to describe it." said police commander Peter Hagen after officers attacked the house, firing volley after volley of tear gas. shotgun and M16 rifle rounds. They were met with heavy return fire some of it thought to be from .50-caliber machine guns. Tear gas grenades apparently sparked the fire that burned the house. A flak-jacketed officer with a gas mask said. "It was just like Vietnam." The battle, which was televised live on Los Angeles stations, followed a raid earlier in the day at another suspected SLA hideout. But the house was found to be empty. A woman who emerged from the house after it caught fire said there were five other persons inside — a black man. a black woman and three white women. "They held me. they held me," the woman was heard to say as she was taken away to an ambulance. She was not identified and appeared to have suffered gunshot wounds. Mary Carr, 52. told police her daughter lived in the house and allowed five persons who arrived at 2 a.m. Friday to spend the night after they offered to pay $100. Mrs. Carr said she went to the house Friday. "A white lady had a belt on with a pistol. . .she slapped at the pistol and smiled up at me," Mrs. Carr said. Mrs Carr said she left and notified police. Police reported later two vans that may have have been used by the SLA members were discovered parked nearby. It-was not known if Mrs. Carr's daughter, Minnie Lewis, 33, was the woman who ran from the house. Officers with lights poked through the debris through the night, finding a few handguns, a shotgun and small pipe- bombs. Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Saturday, May 18, 1974 2 Farm Service Center Plan is on Schedule WASHINGTON (AP) -A controversial plan by the Agri- cultute department to consolidate field offices of four rnajor agencies into "service centers" to give farmers one-stop service is proceeding on target, officials say. The plan was announced Nov. 21 and immediately drew protests from many members of Congress and local officials that it would result in USDA offices being closed in many counties. Although department officials concede some counties will not have full service centers representing all agencies, they say the plan will not mean widespread abandonment of existing offices. Joseph R. Wright Jr.. assistant secretary of agriculture for administration, said rumors that the consolidation plan had been abandoned were not true. But there have been problems in getting full-scale consolidation plans approved at the state level, he told a reporter. Constlidation of county field offices in the USDA network has been going on for manyyears. But the service center concept announced last .fall served notice that consolidation would be unde taken on a broad scale, with no county immune to the possibility of having some of its facilities combined with those in others. Wright said no new service center has yet begun operation as result of the new plan, bu he estimated that about 100 would be functioning bz June 30 and that by the end of this year about 500 would be in operation. The plan involves these USDA agencies: the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, the Soil Conservation Service, the Farmers Home Administration and the Federal Crop Insurance lorpo- ration. As announced, the four agencies employ upwards of 34.000 fulltimesSeaep.o In all. USDA has aboutb2u7kkko5 ployees. with 80 per cent of them working in approximately 15.000 field offices. Wright said he could not estimate ow many service centers might finally be set up. but other officials have said about 2.000 might be established when the plan is complete. Deaths, Funerals MRS. FRANK J. SNYDKR Mrs. Frank J-. Snyder, 84. of Carroll died Saturday morning, May 18, at St. Anthony Nursing Home. Arrangements are pending at the Twit Funeral Home MARGARET KOESTER Funeral rites for Margaret Koester, 74, of Carroll were held here Friday afternoon. The mass of the resurrection was .concelebrated at Holy Spirit Church at 1:30 by the Rt. Rev. Msgrs. Leo Lenz, V.F. of Carroll and 0. W. Koester of Milford. Other priests in attendance were the Revs. Dale Koster of Mt. Carmel, Kenry Meyer of Dedham, Richard Macke of Roselle, James Fandel of Lake City and Thomas Donahoe of Carroll. Pallbearers were Louis Koester, Leonard Koester, Norbert Koester, Clarence Koester, Leonard Hoffmann and Paul Wendl. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Among those attending the funeral were Srs. Rose Mary Riesberg, Mary Ann Flaretty and Florence Koester, all of La Crosse, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn, Kathryn Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Schall of Ogden; Mr. and Mrs. Clem Deist of Ogden; and other friends and relatives from Greene, Breda, Dedham, Willey, Roselle, Mt. Carmel, Denison. Glidden, Halbur and Templeton. Miss Koester, former housekeeper for Msgr. Koester, died May 15 at the Carroll Health Center after being ill for about three years. LEO BRINKMAN Mass of the resurrection for Leo Brinkman, 63, of Carroll was celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Lawrence Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Other priests in the sanctuary were the Rt. Rev. Msgrs. 0. W. Koester of Milford and Leo Lenz, V.F., of Carroll; and the Revs. James McAlpin and P. M. Sturm of Carroll. Edward Fandel of Lake City, and Henry Meyer of Dedham. Pallbearers were David Brinkman, Robert Fuller, Doug Otto. Duane Clark. Gary Otto and Tom Bruening. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Mr. Brinkman, a Carroll businessman, died May 14 at St. Anthony Nursing Home here following a four-year illness. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Denver, Colo.; Springfield, Mo.; Papillion, Neb.; Glidden, Breda, Roselle, Templeton, Auburn, Arcadia, Early, Lake City, Fonda, Willey, Lake View, Des Moines, Perry, Ankenv. Mason City, Sioux City, Maple River, Sac City, Odebolt, Fort Dodge and Carroll. Dedham Legion Auxiliary Elects 9 New Officers DEDHAM — Officers were elected during the American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Legion Hall in Dedham, conducted by the vice president, Mrs. Ben Wiskus. Coletta Wiskus gave the report for the nominating committee. The slate of officers elected are as follows: president, Mrs. Don Schmitz; first vice president, Mrs. Ben Wiskus, second vice president, Mrs. Louise Willenborg; secretary, Mrs. Norbert Meiners; treasurer, Mrs. Clarence Tunning; chaplin, Mrs. Robert Peter; sergeant at arms, Mrs. Alois Schreck; historian, Mrs. Joe Schreck; corresponding secretary, Coletta Wiskus. The membership citation received by the unit was displayed. Plans for Poppy Day and the observance of Memorial Day were made. Junior members will distribute poppies on May 25. A report on the county meeting was given by Mrs. Wiskus. Also plans for the 25th anniversary observances were made. A dinner will be held at the Legion Hall on June 9. at 6:30 p.m. Tickets should be purchased by May 19. The Legion will have a fair in June so the auxiliary members are asked to participate in the fancy work stand. The June lunch committee will be Mrs. Alfred Peter, Mrs. Norbert Meiners, Mrs. John Werner Jr., Mrs. Richard Meiners, Mrs. Virgil Heithoff, Mrs. Russell Axman. Carroll members. Mrs. Frank Hoffman, Mrs. Louis Wolterman and Mrs. David Meiners, served the lunch after the meeting. A door prize was won by Mrs. Leonard Sporrer. Mrs. Alois Filbeck was presented a large poppy as auxiliary mother of the year. Music Atvards — Kuemper High School students receiving music awards during the spring concert Friday night were, from left: Kathy Berger, Choral Award, Anna Brenny, Arion Award, Geri Reinart, John Phillip Sousa Award, and Michele Kerwin, Orchestra Award. The Rev. Thomas M. Vanderheiden Studio Photo Donahoe presented the awards. About 550 persons attended the concert, which included selections by the band, orchestra, mixed chorus and girls glee club. Barbara Trecker gave a history of the seniors' years at high school, with piano accompaniment by Miss Brenny. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Flash flood watch southwest, central and east; occasional periods of showers and thunder storms over most of the state today, tonight and Sunday, thunderstorms possibly severe in some localities with moderate to heavy rainfalls, warmer Sunday, highs today 63 to 75, lows tonight mostly around 60, highs Sunday upper 60s northeast to low 80s south and west. lOW A E XTENDED FORECAST Monday through Wednesday: Partly cloudy Monday with highs in 70s and STORMY lows mostly in the 60s. Fair Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs mostly in 60s and lows mostly in 40s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 76 Yesterday's low 56 At 7 a.m. today 54 .At 10 a.m. today 59 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 7 a.m.) 2.45 inches of rain. Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures climbed to a high of 84 degrees a year ago today in Carroll; the day's low mark was 55. EARNS CERTIFICATE Janine Marie Longnecker of Carroll will receive a certificate in vocational keypunch during spring commencement exercises at Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, on June 1. Mrs. Frank J. Snyder Carroll - Age 84 Arrangements Pending TWIT

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