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Deaths, Funerals WILLIAM A. HALBUR The name of Norman Halbur of Wall Lake was inadvertently omitted as one of the seven surviving children of William A. Halbur, 69, of Halbur. in the account of his death published in The Carroll Daily Times Herald on May 20. Mass of the resurrection for Mr. Halbur will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Wednesday in St. Augustine Church, Halbur. The Twit Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. LYNN BICKETT Funeral services for Lynn Bickett, former manager of Radio Station KCIM in Carroll, were held Saturdav from the Farragut, Iowa. Congregational church with burial at the Farragut cemetery. Bickett, who began his career as advertising manager of the Shenandoah Sentinel, was employed by a number of radio stations. The Rev. Z.M. Bressler officiated, reading a tribute Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Tuesday, May 21, 1974 2 IMItltlt*liltlt«llllllliiitItllllllllllt*IIIIIIIM prepared by Bickett's son, Keith, of San Francisco. Calif. MRS. JESSIE I. THEULEN DEDHAM — Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie I. Theulen, 74, of Dedham were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church in Coon Rapids, with the Rev. Alfred Rau officiating. Music was provided by Mrs. Doug Honold, organist, and Sam Cretsinger, vocal soloist. Pallbearers were Ambrose Haubrich. 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Choose OFFERS END JUNE 30, 1974 Atlas u Steel Radial 70 Steel-Belted 5-ply Tire Topsm tires-our linesi Lowprolile. Atlas. Steelcron , Steel-Belted 4-P1y Tire Low prohle. massive lire with 7 jib tread, two sleel cord bells Atlas., Goldenaire Radial 6-Ply Tire Hish-mileagelite 6 plies under the (read. $ CHECK YOUR PARTICIPATING DEALER * PRICES MAY VARY FROM DEALER TO DEALER ) Standard Oil Division of Amoco Oil Company CHARGE IT with your Amoco, Torch Club or Diners Club credit card SIMON STANDARD SERVICE 303 East 6th St., Carroll Phone: 792-9114 "Call us, we are here to serve you' REIFF'S STANDARD SERVICE Hwy. 71 South, Carroll Phone: 792-9157 Complete Car Service. Air Conditioning service a Specialty JERRY'S STANDARD SERVICE Hwy 30 West, Carroll Phone: 792-9196 Complete One-stop Service DELMAR'S STANDARD SERVICE Breda, Iowa Phone: 673-2821 Wheel Alignment — Motor Tune-up Tire Service GARY'S STANDARD SERVICE Hwy. 30, Glidden, Iowa Phone: 659-3766 Free pickup and delivery RAGALLER'S STANDARD SERVICE Westside, Iowa Phone: 663-4544 Your One-stop Service Station COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Steven J. Pierce, .21, and Barbara J. Dailey. both of Pella; Melvin D. Jackson, 23, and Barbara A. Blum, 22, both of Manning. New Vehicles Registered— Lawrence or. Josephine De 1 be rt Yori Bon and Harry Christensen. Burial was in the Dedham Cemetery. The Mason Funeral Home of Coon Rapids was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Theulen died May 16 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. MRS. EDDIE LUGHT SCRANTON-Mrs. Eddie W. Lucht, 60, of Scranton died at her farm home Tuesday morning. May 21. Funeral rites will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Jefferson, with the Rev. Delberi E, Weiss officiating. Burialwill be in the Willow. ToAvhship Cemetery. Friends'may call after 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Dahn-Woodhouse- Funeral Home in Scranton, where a prayer servide will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lucht was the former Myrtle Lorraine Johnson, daughter of William and Gesena Onken Johnson. She was, born at.Jreton Feb. 19. 1914. and graduated from Coon Rapids High School in 1933. Her marriage,to Mr. Lucht took- place at.Coon Rapids Feb. 24; 1935. They came to the Scranton community from Coon Rapids ; in, 1943. She was a member of : Trtnity Lutheran Church at Jefferson, the Emanon Club andLadiesAid. VH.^; ' . She is survived-.by her husband; two .daughters. Mrs. .Merle (Joyce) Sump and Mrs. Wayne (LorraineVSump, both of Storm Lake; a son, William E . of Si c r a n tp n.; :• f i v e grandchildren: three sisters. Mrs. Louis (Velma) Korneski of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Carl (Shirley) Ziss Of Tucson. Ariz,, and Irene Johnson of Battle Creek: and two brothers. Virgil and Richard Johnson, both of:Battle Creek. A .sister and a brother preceded her in death. MRS. EUGENE M. OWENS DENISON — Mrs. Eugene M. Owens, 77,"pi.LeMars, formerly of Denison, died at St. 'Anthony .Regional Hospital in Carroll Monday, May 20. ,- Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St..Rose of Lima Church here, with burial in the parish cemetery; The Rev. Lloyd W, White-Avill o f f i c i a t e. The: H u'e bh e r Funeral Home of benison is in charge of arrangements.: Mrs. Owens was the former Margaret Murphy. She was born near Charter Oak'in Crawford County March 26. 1897, a daughter of John P. and Mary McGroth Murphy, and attended rural schools. On April 17,1917, she married Mr. Owens and they farmed west of Denison until retiring and moving to Sioux City. Mr. Owens died in 1968 and she moved to LeMars about a year ago. :• . Five children survive, including Mrs. John (Regina) Lally of. Denison, Mrs. James F. (Claire) 6'Gohnell of Vail, James of Car roll ,";Mrsf Harold (Rita) Halbur of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Ase^ (.Mary Jane) Schrunk of LeMars. Also survivihgr:are 27 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and three sisters, Mrs. M. J. jLoretta) Berry of Sioux City, Mrs. Martin .(Henrietta) Flanigan ; and Mrs. Hal (Ellen) Bragelt bfMapleton. : •Neu (Continued From Page 1) soon. Dick Porath of Chicago was a guest of Marion Behton. Neu deplored the "cynicism that has taken over the country" as-the result of Watergate and other political wrongdoings in tfoEVInalipn's capital. But be Said he was proud of the fact that in Iowa, government "is vety dean.'' The Iowa legislature, he said, has been rated as the sixth best in the nation from the standpoint .of staff, facilities and the way it behaves. Neu said Iowa government has been responsive to the needs of Us citizens. Some of the things it has done in the past several years include: established area vocational schools, provided grants to aid private colleges, approved the community correctional institutes concept, passed the campaign disclosure bill, another ,bill for intermediate etiucationvaiid; research. Siepker, Carroll, Ford; Theodore C. Schulz, Carroll. Ford; H&H Sports, Carroll, two Bruti motorcycles; Virgil L. Behrens, Carroll, Ford; Eugene Vonnahme, Carroll. Chevrolet; Al's Corner, Inc., Carroll, Ford; Joseph A. Hermsen, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Ethel M. Van Meter to Stephen E. and Velma J. Bird, Part of Lot 1, Block 6, Wattles' Second Addition to Carroll. Frank W. and Mary F. Beiter to Ervin C. Pudenz, Lot 5, Block B, Seventh Street Addition to Carroll. Ray and Ruby Brandhorst et al to Martha Doyel, Part of Lot 11, Block 2, Gardner's Addition to Manning. Maggie Puck to Maggie and Ella Puck, WV2SEV4, Sec. 32, Twp.82N.,Range36W. -0- District Court OMVUI— Floyd W. Reid, Coon Rapids, was fined $300 in District Court here Monday after he pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Judge E. J. Flattery of Fort Dodge presided. -0- Police Department Two-Car Accident— A car driven by Sherry L. Snyder, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Damian F. White, Carroll, Monday on Salinger Ave. near Ninth Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Snyder vehicle was backing from a driveway, police said. No injuries were reported. MAGISTRATE COURT (SCHEDULED FINES) Traffic Fines— Nick Schwarzenbach, Carroll, speed. $20; Leslie W. Young, Coon Rapids, speed, $20; Wilbur C. Baker. Des Moines, speed, $20; Donald R. Jacobi. Harlan, speed. $20: Robert R. Dunn. Des Moines. speed, $20; George R. McCarty. Perry, speed. $20: William C. Muir, Calument City, 111., speed. $20; Roger Ranniger, Carroll, speed. $20: Douglas L. Hook, Carroll, speed. $20: Paul R. Ewing. Carroll, speed. $20; John C. Rupp, Jasper, speed. $20: Perry^W,. JSason, Scranton. speedT$2&; Luella Wanniger. Mann ing.-.speed. $20: Jon K. Esdohr. Coon Rapids, speed, $20; Virgil T. Broich. Carroll, driving without registration. $20. Parking Fines- Gary Opheim. Coon Rapids, improper parking. $2; Roland L. King. Manning, improper parking. $2; Donald Kanne. Carroll, limited night parking. $3; Joe Schwabe. Breda, limited night parking, $3. (Frank Gach and Raymond Snook) Traffic Fines— Deborah K. Peterson. Scranton, control of vehicle. $8; Raymond J. Schroeder. Carroll, yield when turning left, $15; Michael A. Wittrock. Carroll, improper lane change, $8; Dennis D. Weisenborn. Sac City, invalid license, $10; John F. Klocke. Dedham. transfer of title, $10 and obedience to police officer. $20; Anthony J. Anthofer. Dedham. putting debris on highway, $20; Steven H. Weeks. Dedham, speed, $20; Diane Janning, Carroll, invalid license, $5: Randall W. Leiting, Coon Rapids, speed, $20; Thomas D. Hall, Glidden, speed. $20; Timothy G. Galbraith, Lake View, control of vehicle, $15; Mary Gruhn, Manning, invalid license, $10; Dave Lockhart, Carroll, riding vehicle on sidewalk. $10; Kevin Deen, Carroll, stop or yield, $8; Catherine Starman. Carroll, control of vehicle, $8. Beer Violations- Cathy A. Olerich, Carroll, possession of beer by a minor, $20. Dog at Large- Jeff Miller, Carroll, dog at large, $5. Accept Bids for Asphalt The Carroll County Board of Supervisors Monday accepted the low bid of the Hallett Construction Company, Boone, for various asphalt projects in the county totaling 19.13 miles. The Hallett bid was $324,806.25. Highway Surfacers, Inc. of New Hampton, bid the project at $344,739.91, and Western Engineering, of Harlan, submitted a bid of $351,249.59. In other action, the board met with 21 Arcadia area residents concerning the bridge over the Chicago and North Western Railway tracks. The Arcadia people told the board they want the bridge open and claimed the county was not moving fast enough in that direction. The bridge spans the railroad tracks at the east edge of Arcadia and has been closed since April, 1973, when a bridge inspection crew from the railway ordered it closed because of unsafe conditions. The board Monday passed a motion to inquire about filing a suit against the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company for closing the bridge. Ruling in February, the Iowa State Commerce Commission said there is not enough need for the bridge to order it to be replaced or repaired. The board of supervisors has sought an agreemtn with the railroad to have the bridge opened, but the railroad and the board have been unable to agree on terms for opening the bridge. The supervisors claim that without the bridge as a crossing over the tracks, "a dangerous buildup of traffic occurs on Highway 30 near the intersection of the Chicago and North Western tracks and Highway 285 when train activity blocks the highway-railroad crossing." The supervisors also claim that without the use of the bridge, combined with train traffic at the Highway 285 crossing just south of Arcadia, emergency service such as ambulance and fire service is hindered in serving Arcadia and the surrounding area. Farm traffic also used the bridge frequently to cross the tracks to the Arcadia elevator. • Erosion (Continued From Page 1) there was damage through soil erosion in about 50, or half, of the counties in the state," Moon said. The losses included washed- out seed, irreplaceable loss of valuable top-soil and plant loss through flooding. About 76 per cent of Iowa's corn crop had been planted by Monday, according to the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, along with 16 per cent of the 7.5 million acres of soybeans. About one-third of Iowa's corn crop has emerged, the reporting service estimated. Neu warned of one political danger Iowa faces: Outside money coming in to finance local campaigns. "I don't care what you say," he said, ''money is tantamount to election — if you get enough of it." Up to now, he said, campaigns in Iowa have been relatively inexpensive. He cited the case of a California legislator who told him several years ago that it cost $60,000 for his campaign for the state legislature. In contrast, Neu said, his own race for a senate seat in Iowa about that same time was between $7,000 and $8,000. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL REGIONAL The Weather STORMY IOWA FORECAST warmer Friday and Saturday. Thunderstorms possibly A chance of showers and becoming severe east early thundershowers Saturday, tonight. Showers and Highs mostly in the 70s. Lows thunderstorms east tonight. Clearing and cooler west. Low 40s northwest, near 70 mostly in the 50s. Admissions, May 19— Harold Riesberg, Halbur Mrs. Cyril Heiderscheit, Coon Rapids Mrs. Leonard Hoffmann, Carroll Jeffrey J. Loew, Carroll Eugene Booth, Carroll Admissions, May 20— Edward Hackwell, Anita Mrs. Margaret Pletchette, Dedham Mrs. Mariann Meyer, Glidden Andrew Eissens, Carroll Miss Marjorie Becker. Carroll Phillip Stukenholtz, Carroll Mrs. Lewis Owen, Carroll Mrs. Retta Faye Anderson, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. William R. Scott, Westside, a son Monday Even congressional races in Iowa, he added, have cost less than $60,000. "People should be aware of candidates who draw money from outside the state," he said. FHA WASHINGTON (AP)-A $201,000 loan has been made by the Farmers Home Administration (FHA) to the Clearfield, Iowa Rural Water District to help finance construction of a water system to serve 36 residences and farmsteads, Rep. William Scherle, R-Iowa, said Monday. southeast. Variable cloudiness and cooler Wednesday. High 60s north. 70s south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Iowa extended forecast Thursday through Saturday. Fair and cool Thursday. Highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. Partly cloudy and • Board (Continued From Page 1 year each to buy books. "I'm sure if the districts had known the money was available, they would have used it to their best advantage, "Hall said. Hall's prepared statement to the board began, "I was surprised and dismayed that the county superintendent returned his contract. Before a contract was offered this year, he had expressed to me, and I'm sure to others, that he would not return a contract that reduced his salary or in any way censured his work. It was with the assumption that he was sincere in this statement, that I voted to present a contract." Tenold was offered a contract with a $500-a-year reduction in salary as a compromise between board members who supported him and those who sought his resignation. On April 22, after Tenold had signed the pay-cut contract, the board changed two sections of the contract, dealing with the surety bond for the superintendent and summer school, after Hall challenged the sections. Hall listed four grievances against Tenold in Monday's statement: "His handling of the library fund for the past years, which in my opinion was discriminatory to the Glidden-Ralston, Manning and Coon Rapids School Districts; his apparent refusal to live up to a promise to repay funds to the County Board of Education fund, which he volunteered to do: for allowing the use of his stamp signature on warrants to the auditor on March 25,1974; and for, in my opinion, his very bad judgment in presenting and recommending to ihe board a budget that allows us to carry an excessive amount of money in the county board fund as stated by the state auditor in the 1973 audit." Hall's statement concluded .with "if the superintendent chooses not to resign, perhaps the people of Carroll County who are concerned about the poor management of the county superintendent should consider his removal under provisions of Chapter 66 of the Code of Iowa as amended in 1973." In other action, the board accepted the resignation of Marilyn Kent, coordinator of speech, hearing and language services. The board voted to hire Dennis Smith, of Audubon, to take that position at a salary of $10,500. The board also voted to hire an elementary guidance counselor for the Carroll Community Schools under the Title.Ill program. John Vermilyea, elementary guidance counselor anu director of the Title III program, said Carroll Community was not considered for a counselor last year because the school had eliminated that position before the Title III program began. Vermilyea said the Title III program must supplement a The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 83 Yesterday's low 65 At 7 a.m. today 71 At 10 a.m. today 71 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 24 hours prior to 10 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll amounted to .05 inch. Temperatures included a high of 86 and a low of 62 degrees. Suits (Continued From Page 1) and Eblen. Kaufman is seeking $250,000 damages from Eblen and Crawford for injuries he received as a result of the accident. In that accident Eblen was driving a van truck owned by Crawford, doing business as Atlantic Laundry and Cleaners. Kaufman claims that Eblen was negligent in operating the vehicle and that the alleged negligence was the proximate cause of the damages and injuries he claimed. In a counter-claim, Eblen has charged Kaufman with negligence, including that he was driving under the influence of alcohol, Eblen is seeking $100,000 damages from Kaufman for injuries he allegedly received. Also in the counter-claim, Crawford is asking $1,794.66 from Kaufman for damage to the vehicle Eblen was driving. Eblen is also seeking $100,000 from Germaine Dominise, doing business as Gold Crest Tavern, and Bernice M. Kuhlman, doing business as the Comer Inn, under the dram shop law. Eblen claims Kaufman drank intoxicating beverages at both Carroll establishments on the day of the accident. He charges that Kaufman left the taverns "in an intoxicated condition" and because of that condition drove his car into the path of his vehicle. Crawford is seeking $1,794.66 from the two taverns under the dram shop law for damage to his vehicle. Judge E. J. Flattery, Fort Dodge, is presiding. Jurors selected include: Mary Heman, Dedham; Victor Rupiper, Carroll; Catherine Wittrock, Carroll; Karen Clayburg, Coon Rapids; Paul Broich, Carroll; Mary Jane Drees, Carroll; H. A. Schenkelberg, Templeton; Robert F. Schneider, Carroll; Mary Ealy, Glidden; Irene Eischeid, Carroll; Ruth Pille, Carroll; and Leonard Riesberg, Dedham. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.95 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.27 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -Gen John C. Meyer, commander-in-chief of the Strategic Air Command (SAC) plans to retire Aug. 1, the Omaha World Herald reported in its Tuesday morning editions. school's program rather than supplant a program, and said he did not want to jeopardize the whole program by having a counselor at Carroll Community at the start of the program. In other action, the board gave Tenold approval to attend summer school this year. The motion to approve the schooling was opposed by Hall and Snyder and approved by Wesley Thomas, Coon Rapids, Ivan Opperman, Manning, and Robert Center, Glidden. IN MEMORY OF Myrtle L Lucht Scranton — Age 60 Funeral Services: 2 p.m. Thursday at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Jefferson Rev. Del bed Weiss officiating Family Prayer Service: 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Dahn and | Woodhouse Funeral Home | Scranton Friends may call after 9 a.m. Wednesday Interment: IWillow Township] Cemetery DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES William A. Halbur Halbur - Age 69 Rosary Tuesday at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection 1:00 p.m. Wednesday at St. Augustine Church Rev. Victor Kollasch officiating Final Resting Place: St. Augustine Cemetery TWIT

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