Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 23, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, May 23, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Friday. Cooler most of the state tonight and Friday. Low tonight upper 30s north, low 50s southwest. High Friday low 60s north to low 70s south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday: Cool and chance of showers Saturday. Fair and a little warmer Sunday and Monday. Overnight lows mostly from low 40s to low 50s. (Highs mostly in 60s Saturday to 70s by Monday. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 76 Yesterday's low 54 At 7 a.m. today 50 At 10a.m. today 60 Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures a year ago today in Carroll ranged from a high of 83 to a low of 48 degrees. Youth Visit Two Churches The junior high group of the United Methodist Youth Fellowship visited St. Paul Lutheran and Carroll First Assembly of God churches Wednesday night. The Rev. Timothy Koenig and the Rev. W. L. Laney showed the 10 students and three adults accompanying them around their respective churches and explained sacraments and symbols. At the Lutheran church, the Rev. Koenig pointed out the stained glass windows which Shopping Center Law is Okayed CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP)—The Cedar Rapids City Council has approved 4-1 on first reading a controversial ordinance to rezone 22 acres for a shopping center. The property is adjacent to 65 acres already zoned commercial. The entire tract is the site of a proposed $20 million shopping center to be build by HannNewman Development Co.. Overland Park. Kaii. Opposition to the zoning approved Wednesday was led by Taxpayers for Sensible Planning, including many downtown businessmen and property owners. depict the life of Christ. The Rev. Laney told the group that the Assembly of God church has few symbols and sacraments. The senior high youth group spent their meeting time rehearsing for the talent show they will sponsor in the fellowship hall Sunday at 7 p.m. About 30 students and Mrs. Richard Watson, coordinator for the show, attended. Tickets can be obtained from any UMYF member or at the door. Cost is 75 cents for adults, 50 cents for students, and pre-schoolers will be admitted free. The two groups' next meetings will be picnics at Swan Lake on Wednesday night. The juniors will meet from 5-7:30 p.m., and the senior group from 6-9 p.m. Memorial Day Services Set ARCADIA — Ehlers and Gerken Post 694 American Legion will hold Memorial Day services at the cemeteries as follows: 9:30 a.m. St. John's Cemetery; 10 a.m. Arcadia; 10:30 a.m. Halbur; and 11 a.m. Roselle. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schweers of Arcadia hosted a luncheon, Saturday at Green Gables in Sioux City honoring their daughter, Beth who graduated that day from Briar Cliff College. Times Herald, Carroll, la. f* Thursday, May 23, 1974 2. Housing Loan Approved for Coon Rapids WASHINGTON (AP)—The Farmers Home Administration says it has approved loans for senior citizen housing at Coon Rapids and Woodward, Iowa. The Coon Rapids senior citizen housing project will receive $64.000 and $123.560 will go to the Woodward project. The money is to finance expansion of rural rental housing facilities designed for senior citizens. The FHA said both loans must be repaid in 50 years at 8.25 per cent interest. NAVAL AWARD Midshipman Second Class Dennis J. Gleason, USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gleason Jr.. Carroll, received the Kevin J. Conway Memorial Navigation award at the annual NROTC Awards Ceremony on the University of Notre Dame campus on May 1. The award is given annually by the university to the midshipman second class who achieves the highest merit in navigation. Midshipman Gleason is majoring in aeronautical engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. SCOUT MEETING Any boy who will be 8 years old by Sept. 1 or who has completed the second grade is invited to a pack meeting with parents at 7:30 p.m. May 28 in the First United Methodist Church fellowship hall. Cub scout summer activities the boys can participate in include a bike rodeo on June 1 and a Dad-Son camp-out at Swan Lake on July 27. More information on the inner-city bike rodeo will be announced later. Gene Schieffer (792-9444) may be contacted for details on the district camp-out. Pack 113 will sponsor a potluck in August. If interested in any of these activities, a person can contact Mrs. Julius Nieland Jr., den leader coach, at 792-4985. Daily Record COURT HOUSE License to Wed— Daniel E. Dailey, 18, and Mary L. Tigges. 18, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— Emery F. or Eva L. Kennett, Glidden, Pontiac; Malcom and Thompson, Coon Rapids, Ford; Ronald L. Comes, Carroll, Chevrolet; Henry J. or Evelyn E. Kruger, Glidden, Chrysler; Ronald L. or Patt A. "W'blterman Glidden, Chevrolet; William D. or Betty V. Merritt, Glidden, Dodge; Nancy J. Robinson, Carroll, Chevrolet; Ray D. Dial, Carroll. Suzuki; Puck Implement Company, Manning, Chevrolet; G. John Wagner, Carroll. Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Bernice and Gerhardt K. Hameister to Joseph A. and Georgeen A. Staiert, Lot 20, Block 4, Rolling Hills Addition to Carroll. Clarence and Elaine Sporrer to Clarence and Elaine Soorrer. Part of SE'/i and E^SW'4. Sec. 7. Twp. 82 N., Range 35 W. Board of Trustees, Municipal Utilities, Coon Rapids to Orton A. and Bonnie Kretzinger. Part of Lot 1, Irreg. Sur. SW'ASE'/t, Sec. 27, Twp. 82 N.. Range33 W. Estate of Ralph E. Riedesel to Jerry L. Millard, WM'SW'aSW'.i. Sec. 5. Twp. 84 N.. Range 33 W. Police Department— A car driven by Michael L. McClellan. Glidden, went out of control on sand and gravel Thursday morning and struck several street signs at the corner of U.S. 30 and North West Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the McClellan vehicle was westbound on the highway, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 21— Melanie Grossman. Carroll Michael T. Randall. Ellsworth. S. Dak. Tim Olsen, Exira Admission May 22— Ronald Burdine. Glidden STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City Introducing .^^^. ^^ — ^^H^^ our thick and Juicy cats a pickles ^ What's a Heftee? It starts with a 1 /4 Ib. of 100% pure chopped beefsteak broiled... not fried for that real charcoal flavor. It's topped with mustard catsup, pickles and 2 slices of tangy melted cheese. Sound good? You bet it is! So, next time you've got a hearty appetite, treat yourself to the newest burger in town. The 1/4 Ib. Heftee... a real meal for only 75$ (without cheese... 65$). This weekend only, May 24, 25, 26, 27, FREE French Fries and choice of Soft Drink with the purchase of a Hardee's Heftee! Save 45c. Hurry on down to Births- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Kramer, Lake City, a son. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh, Carroll, a daughter. Monday. Kasperbauer to Open Tavern Remodeling is under way on the rear half of the Neppel Oil Company building at 528 Highway 30 west. The back half of the building was purchased recently by Edwin "Jack" Kasperbauer of Carroll, who said he plans to open a neighborhood tavern in the building. Kasperbauer has been the owner and operator of the Cash and Carry Cleaners and Laundromat and has sold that business to his son, Denny, who has operated the cleaning shop for nearly two years. Kasperbauer said he plans to open the tavern within four to six weeks. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.03 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.37 Oats 1.30 DBS MOINES. Iowa (AP) — (USD A) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Thursday 80,000; actual receipts Wednesday 96,000; week ago 53,000; year ago 62,000. Trade moderately active; demand fairly good; butchers steady to 25 lower than midsession Wednesday; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 25.50-25.75; plants 25.75-26.25; sows steady to 50 lower; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 19.50-20.75. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 700; slaughter lambs steady Wednesday; choice and prime 85-105 Ib spring lambs 47.00-49.00; most choice with end good 45.00-47.00; lot choice and prime shorn number one pelts 48.00. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Grain prices sagged on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat led the decline, apparently under pressure from a reportedly fine harvest in the Southwest. Prices were off by as much as a nickel a bushel for the distant option. Corn and oats prices were down, too, mostly by a cent or two. Soybean futures were off by about 3 or 4 cents on the opening, but regained most of this loss a little later, possibly on the basis of an unconfirmed rumor of a big European contract for U.S. beans. Soybean oil was mostly higher by about 5 to 30 points while meal was mixed with a narrow range. Iced broilers also were mixed. After about an hour, Chicago wheat was 2 to 5 cents a bushel lower, July 3.39; Gulf hard red wheat was not traded; corn was 1% to 3 l /4 lower, July 2.59'/4; oats were % to 2 cents a bushel lower, July 1.25Va and soybeans were '/2 lower to l'/2 higher, July 5.42V 2 Pastoral Changes Are Told The Rev. Thomas J. Topf of Fort Dodge has been appointed to the faculty of Kuemper High School by the Most Rev. Frank Greteman, D.D., bishop of Sioux City. The appointment becomes effective on June 12. Fr. Topf has served at Heelan High School, St. Joseph's Church, LeMars, and St. Edmond's High School, Fort Dodge. On the same date, the Rev. Cleo E. Seuntjens, spiritual director at Kuemper, will begin his appointment to the Heelan High School faculty. Another Carroll priest, the Rev. James McAlpin will be transferred to St. Benedict's parish, St. Benedict, where he will serve as pastor. Fr. McAlpin has been assistant pastor at St. Lawrence Church since 1966. Other priests who will be coming into the area this summer include the Rev. Msgr. Joseph E. Tolan as pastor of St. Mary's parish. Lake City; the Rev. Jerome P. Coyle, Holy Angels. Roselle, pastor; the Rev. LeRoy L. Seuntjens, pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish. The Rev. James Fandel. who has served as pastor of the Lake City church since 1955, will become pastor of St. Joseph's parish in Milford. The Mount Carmel pastor, the Rev. Dale Koster, has been appointed pastor of St. Mary's Church, Armstrong. The Rev. Richard Macke, pastor of Holy Angels Church, Roselle. has been appointed to the pastorage at St. Mary's Church. Humboldt. Murder Case Deaths, Funerals MRS.ETHELI.AKUUCKLK SCRANTON — Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel Isabell Arbuckle, 70, of Scranton will be held at the United Methodist Church here at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, with burial in the Scranton Cemetery. The Rev. David Barker will officiate. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton from 9 a.m. Friday until 9 a.m. Saturday, when the casket will be moved to the church. There will be a prayer service at the funeral home Friday at 7:30p.m. Mrs. Arbuckle died unexpectedly at her home at Scranton Tuesday afternoon, May 21. She spent most of her life in the Scranton area. She was born May 23, 1903, near Indianola, a daughter of Amos and Lucy Whitlock Coles. On March 12, 1924, she was married at Scranton to Charley Ganoe, who died in 1952. She was married to Frank Arbuckle at Jefferson Aug. 7, 1956; he died in 1966. She was a member of the United Methodist Church at Scranton. Mrs. Arbuckle is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Edna Mae Cams of Lockport, 111., and Mrs. Nellie Allen of Geneva, 111.; four sons, John Ganoe of Batavia, 111., Jim Ganoe of Pomona, Calif., Philip Ganoe, with whom she lived at Scranton, and Roy Ganoe of San Diego, Calif.; 23 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Edith Overton of Indianola, Mrs. Elsie Bellisof Bayard and Mrs. Clara Winebrenner of Stuart, Fla.; and a brother, Lee Coles of Jefferson. In addition to her husbands, Mrs. Arbuckle was preceded in death by a son, Paul Ganoe; two brothers and a sister. to Go to Jury Pleads i nnoce nt to Kidnap and Assault Charges IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)—A Johnson County District Court jury was to receive the murder case of James W. Hall Thursday, according to court officials. District Judge Louis Schultz Wednesday delayed final arguments and his instructions to the six-man, six-woman jury until Thursday morning so jurors would not have to begin deliberating Wednesday night. Schultz's decision came after Robert D. Jones. Des Moines. a University of Iowa student, testified that he saw Sarah Ann Ottens. 20. with a man possibly of Mexican descent in a U of I dormitory elevator the day she died. Hall is black. Jones said he saw the Morrison. 111., coed in a Rienow Hall elevator about 3:15 p.m. Arcadia Raises Project Funds ARCADIA — Arcadia area teenagers raised $280 for the Arcadia Development Recreation Project with a bake sale and lunch served at the city hall on Saturday. The postponed car wash will be held at Al's Service Thursday May 23. the dance at the American Legion hall with the Earl Russell orchestra will be on May 24. Advance tickets are available at the Arcadia Oil Company for $1.50. Admission at the door is $2.00. The next meeting of the group will be on May 28. Where the burgers are broiled... not fried. 582 West 6th Street '"!••»• 1 I IKHI S V |hrrn« In. !«,*, Correction LADIES' DRESS SLACKS Choice of solids or checkered print made of 100% polyester. Cuffed. Sizes 7-18 Regular Price $7.97 MONTEZUMA. Iowa (AP)— Mrs. Betty Carney. 45. pleaded innocent Wednesday to charges of kidnaping and assault with intent to commit great bodily harm. The charges stem from an incident in which her former husband, Dr. Robert Carney, 46, Grinnel says he was'shot while trying to escape from the woman's home in Brooklyn, Iowa last week. Carney, a physician, said he stopped in Brooklyn to visit their two daughters and told his ex-wife he intended to marry another woman. He said he was duped by Mrs. Carney into putting on a pair of handcuffs. The doctor said his former wife shot him in the leg when he tried to escape, and later put him in her car, along with the two girls, and began driving to St. Louis. Mo. However, he escaped while the car was parked at a Hannibal, Mo. shopping center, he told authorities. Mrs. Caney was arrested in Hannibal and waived extradition to Iowa. She appeared before District Court Judge Arthur McGivern in Montezuma Wednesday. She is being-held in the Mahaska County jail in Oskaloosa for Poweshiek County authorities. Bond was set at $50,000. AWARDS NIGHT Awards for distinguished service, boss of the year, outstanding young educator and outstanding young farmer will be presented Saturday during the annual Jaycees awards banquet at the Derby. Awards for Jaycee members will also be presented. A social hour begins at 6:30 p.m., and the dinner at7:30p.m. IN'MEMORY OF Ethel Isabell Arbucle Scranton — Age 71 Friends may call after 9 a.m. Friday at the Darin & Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton Prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Darin & Woodhouse Funeral! Home, Scranton Funeral services 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Scranton Methodist Church Officiating: Rev. David Barker Interment: Scranton Cemetery DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES ARTHUR J.SIMPSON EARLY - Arthur J. Simpson, 60, of Early died at his home Saturday evening, May 18. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Presbyterian Church here. Viewing will be at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home in Sac City until 9 a.m. Saturday; there will be no viewing at the church. Mr. Simpson operated a tank wagon business. He is survived by his wife, Audrey; two sons, Arthur of Conrad and Paul of Guam; four grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Robert Schramm of Early; two half-sisters, Mrs. Frances Kirsch of Lake City and Mrs. Carrie Salasek of Illinois; and a half-brother, Karl Klempa of Superior. Normal Traffic Memorial Day DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Traffic is expected to be at customary high levels during the Memorial Day weekend, say two state officials. Col. Howard Miller of the Iowa Highway Patrol and Gene Mills of the Iowa Highway Commission said they expect traffic to be about normal for a Memorial Day weekend. Although traffic has run from 5 to 12 per cent below last year on heavily traveled highways, Mills said the traffic will be about 30 per cent above normal for a weekend. Peak travel during the holiday will occur between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Monday as motorists return home from visits, said Mills and Miller. No gasoline shortages are anticipated over the weekend, said Bill Zenter of the Iowa Gasoline Dealers Association. Patrick Cavanaugh, assistant to Iowa Commerce Commission Chairman Maur-ir.? .Van. Nostrand, also said gasoline supplies are expected to be adequate. This holiday weekend will be the first holiday since Congress and the Iowa Legislature lowered speed limits to 55 miles per hour. Last year seven persons were killed in traffic accidents during the Memorial Day weekend in Iowa. 1,235 Attend Recent Clinics LAKE CITY - A total of 1,234 persons took advantage of the free blood pressure screening clinics held last week in various towns of Calhoun County, sponsored by Stewart Memorial Hospital and auxiliary, McCrary-Rost Clinic and the county public health nurses. Numbers in the different towns were: Lake City 516; Auburn, 50; Cowrie. 57; Lanesboro, 31; Lohrville, 72; Jolley, 51; Pomeroy, 126; Rockwell City, 118; Farnhamville, 38; Manson, 132;andLytton,44. New officers of the Lake City V.F.W. auxiliary, recently elected, are Mrs. George Kindred, president; Mrs. Delbert Kelly, senior vice president; Mrs. David Sha r key , junior vice president; Mrs. Phyllis Glasgow, treasurer; Mrs. Ron Clark, secretary; Mrs. Hazel Gregg, chaplain; Mrs. Delbert Kelly, trustee. George Marget Carroll _ Age 73 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Thursday Rosary at 8 p.m. Thursday 3 p.m. Friday 8 p.m. Friday by the Knights of Columbus and the Parish Elks Memorial Service 7 '30 p.m. Friday Mass of the Resurrection Saturday 10 a.m. at St. Lawrence Church Officiating: Rev. James McAlpin Interment: Mf. Olivet Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years

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