Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 24, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 24, 1974
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Wes ither IOWA FOR ECA ST Partly s unn.y ' today. Highs low 60s no.rthej *st to mid 70s southwest. Gei lerally clear and cool ton ight. Lows low 40s north to a rou nd 50 south. Saturday pa rtly sunny and a little warmer . Hi ghs upper 60s northeast to upper 70s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST (Sunday throi ugh Tuesday) Fair and <cciol Sunday followed by a v vairming trend and chance of showers Monday and Tuesday. Lows mostly in the upper 40s and low 50s. Highs mostly in the 70s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 70 Yesterday's low 48 At 7 a.m. today 45 At 10 a.m. today 56 Weather A Year Ago— A trace of rain fell in the 24 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. High temperature was 67 and the low, 55 degrees. Business Briefs L. A. (Jack)' Smith of Carroll has been n, amed to the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company's "Inner Circle" of select wholesaler; s who are being honored for extraordi nary accomplishment. Smith was one of n. ine out of a total of nearly 1,00 0 Schlitz wholesalers named. He and his wife Eileen wil 1 fly to Switzerland where .he will receive the "Inner Circle" award from Robert A. \ Uihlein Jr., chairman of the boa rd and City Council Accepts Park Building Bid LAKE CITY - The low ,bid of $4,273 for construction oif a shelterhouse in Coins Memorial Park was accepted by the city council of Lak.e City during their meeting Monday night. Morrow Construction Company, Lake? City, will be in charge of the • construction. Building permits were granted to Ernest Sporleder for a new house and to Max Elder for an attached double : garage. Cigarette license renewals for Casey's General Store and the Lake City Country Club were granted by the council. Lake City Business and Professional Women elected new officers at their final dinner of .the year at the community building here Monday night. The officers are Mrs. Ann Johnson, president; Mrs. Charles Tipton, vice president; Mrs. Vera Johnston, secretary; Mrs. Irving Deuel, treasurer. Retiring president is Mrs. James Roller. Members were reminded that Lake City's B.P.W. will celebrate its golden anniversary in 1974. Astrology Saturday May 25,'1974 Berhke Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) Some minor discords will arise domestically. They can be smoothed over quickly if both parties are willing to say president of Schlitz. The June 9-13 trip to Europe will be made by all nine wholesalers. Mid-West Pre-Casting of Orange City, la. is constructing a new building on Highway 10, 3 /4 mile east of Orange City to house the firm's operations. The owners of the Orange City firm also own Pre-Cast Manufacturing Co. of Carroll, manufacturers of concrete products including silos, bunks and slats. Tom Wandel and Steve Sundermann of the Page and Wandel Photography Studio in Carroll were honored in competition during the 27th annual convention of the Professional Photographers of Iowa. Wandel's photographs entitled "Patty" and "Kim" were awarded third place and honorable mention respectively in the category of outside portraiture. Sundermann's photograph entitled "So that's a Mouse" was awarded excellent print award and honorable mention in the category of animals. Three lowans have been elected to Northwestern Bell Telephone Company's Board of Directors, according to Northwestern Bell president T.S. Nurnberger. They are .Charles Duchen, president ,and chief administrative officer of Younker Brothers, 1 nc., of Des Moines; John F.luan, president of Ruan Transport Company of Des Moines; and Lamed Waterman, a partner in the law firm of Lane and W aterman of Davenport. INSTALLATION SET •The CarrollCounty American Legion Auxiliary will have: installation of county officers at the May 29 meeting atSjp.m. in Arcadia. they 're sorry. TAUIRUS (April 20-May 20) Your interests will be today. That which you're involved with will suffer. Neither interest will get the proper attention. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) All yo ur good resolutions regardling budgeting are likely t o go down the pipe. You spend more freely than you shot ild. CANCER (June 21-July 22) An outsiide obligation and your family will both be tug- Let Frank Balk Help You With AIM Your Photo Problems. Times Herald, Carroll, la. «% Friday, May 24, 1974 L, Gasoline Supply Fair to Good for the Holiday BETTENDORF, Iowa ( AP )— Availability of gasoline in Iowa over the Memorial Day weekend will be fair to good, the Motor Club of Iowa reports. • Ellington (Continued From Page 1 > had given him awards, he replied; "I never count awards. I only enjoy. I don't even count the bars when I write, do I? Oh, I guess I have to." Ellington, a tall, urbane, baggy-eyed piano player, wrote more than 1,000 compositions. Among them are some that almost everybody can hum—"In My Solitude," "I Let A Song Go Out of My Heart." "Don't Get Around Much Any More," and dozens more. In later years he poured out a prodigious stream of longer orchestral pieces, tone poems, sacred works, choral pieces, movie, television and ballet scores and even an opera or two. He composed in taxicabs, in restaurants, on buses, and often worked until dawn after playing night club dates on his never-ending tours of the world. "I'm in contact every night with people—live people, listening to my music," he said in the seventh decade of his life. "What reason would I have to retire from the road?" President Nixon invited him to the White House on his 70th birthday and gave him the nation's highest civilian honor, the Medal of Freedom. The Republic of Togo in Africa put his picture on a postage stamp in a 1967 series which also featured Bach. Beethoven and Debussy. Avant-garde composer Gunther Schuller has called Ellington "certainly the greatest American composer." Arturo Toscanini commissioned Ellington to write a piece for his NBC Symphony, and other symphony orchestras around the world have played Ellington's music. So has almost every dance band. In 1965. when he was 66, a Pulitzer Prize jury recommended him for a special award, but the advisory board rejected it. "Fate is being kind to me," Ellington said. "Fate doesn't want me to be famous too young." •Briefs From the AP Wire Despite Oil Imports Boost, U.S. Has Trade Surplus BALK'S Everything Photographic ging for your attention today. You'll do better to give domestic matters priority. LEO (July 2.3-Aug. 22) Don't be reticent about asking another to help with a problem you can't resolve. He'll not think any less of you for it. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Take it easy this weekend where spending is concerned. You're not thinking about material things as practically as you should. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) You're overly sensitive today in analyzing the way friends behave toward you. This could lead you to make an issue over nothing. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Give credit where credit is due. If you try to take over the spotlight without acknowledging assistance you'll wind up with an angry teammate. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 33-Dec. 21) There's a bit of impishness in you. This could lead you to look for greener pastures. Things will get very complicated if you do. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Decisions you make today shouldn't be based upon guesswork. If you're short on facts, allow a little more time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) tasks requiring complete concentration should not be attempted till later in the day. In the a.m., your attention span is very limited. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) You're nowhere near as lucky today as you were yesterday. Don't take risks you shouldn't. Play everything close to the vest. YOUR BIRTHDAY May 25, 1974 The early part of this year, things may not come together as quickly as you'd like. Don't be discouraged. When the score is tallied you'll come out ahead. WASHINGTON (AP) -Despite a 43 per cent increase in petroleum imports, the United States had a trade surplus of $92.8 million during April, the government reported today. The April surplus followed a trade deficit in March of $171 million, the first deficit in nine months. Both the quantity and cost of petroleum imports were up sharply during April, reflecting the end to the Arab oil embargo and the much higher prices that oil-producing nations are demanding. The Commerce Department said the nation paid a record of $2.4 billion in April for imports of mineral fuels, almost all of it petroleum, compared with $1.7 billion in March. WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumers saved 38 cents a week on food in April from March prices the Agriculture Department says, but two congressmen say the savings could have been higher if meat packers stopped hoarding beef. Reps. Frank Benholm, D- S.D., and Lester Wolff, D-N.Y., said Thursday there is a record stockpile of 476 million pounds of meat in cold storage, 37 per cent higher than in 1973. "We have a situation here that is wreaking havoc not only upon the American consumer but also upon the farmer. They are being cheated by those packers who are hoarding meat in cold storage warehouses and not releasing it into the marketplace," Wolff said at a news conference. WASHINGTON (AP) —The House Judiciary Committee has been advised by its two top lawyers that it can't rely on White H ouse-edi ted transcripts in its impeachment inquiry. Errors, omissions and deletions in the 46 conversations released April 30 by President Nixon make them unsatisfactory as evidence. Deaths, Funerals GEORGE F. GUTE George F. Gute, 64, of Route 1, Carroll died at 9:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. He had been in failing health for six months. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Monday by the Rev. James Fangman at St. Mary's Church, Willey. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll. The rosary will be recited Saturday at 8 and 8:45 p.m. and Sunday at 3, 8 (parish land 8:45 p.m. Mr. Gute was born Sept'. 15, 1909, at Carroll, a son of August and Mary Grossman Gute: On Jan. 17, 1933, he married Rose Kennebeck at Holy Angels Church, Roselle. with the Rev. Louis Anthofer officiating at the wedding. With the exception of one year when he farmed east of Glidde,n after his marriage, he spent his entire life on a farm nine miles southeast of Carroll. He retired from farming in 1972. He was a member of St. Mary's Church. Willey. Surviving are his wife; two sons, Lavern of Guthrie Center and Jerome of Carroll; a daughter. Mrs. Alfred (Phyllis) Schroeder of Breda; 11 grandchildren; four brothers, John Gute of Glidden, Leo and Leonard Gute of Carroll and Al Gute of Bakersfield, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Mathilda Hagaman of Coon Rapids. A sister, Mrs. Frank (Florence) Schachtner, preceded him in death. MRS. EDDIE W. LUCHT SCRANTDN — Final rites for Mrs. Eddie W. (Myrtle Lorraine) Lucht, 60, who died May 21 at her farm home near Scranton, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Trinity Lutheran Church at Jefferson. ' The Rev. Delbert E. Weiss officiated. Robert Becker sang "Let Me Be Thine Forever" and "In the Hour of Trial", accompanied by the organist, Mrs. RuthTrost. Pallbearers were Donald Skalla, Richard Skalla, Junior Skalla, Orrin Hilgenberg, Doyle Bielenberg and Harold Anderson. Burial was in Willow Township Cemetery, Scranton, under direction of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton. MARVIN DEBOER COON RAPIDS — Marvin (Bud) DeBoer, 52, Coon Rapids, died Thursday evening, May 23, at St. Anthony's Regional Hospital, Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the First Reformed Church, Ireton. A public prayer service will be held at 8 p.m. Friday at the Mason Funeral Home, Coon Rapids. The Rev. Alfred Rau will officiate. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Gardens, LeMars. Mr. DeBoer had lived in Coon Rapids for about one year and was employed at the Garst Company. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the United Methodist Church, Coon Rapids. He is survived by his wife Marian, a daughter Cynthia and son Mark, his father Roy DeBoer, LeMars; three brothers Jerrold, Akron, Delmer, Nashville, Tenn., and Elroy, LeMars; and one sister Mrs. H. D. ( Sylvia) Krommendyk, Worthington, Minn. Preceding him in death were his mother and one son Keith. FRED FREDRICHS CARNARVON - Fred Fredrichs, 76, of Carnarvon died Thursday, May 23, at Twilight Acres Nursing Home in Wall Lake after a long illness. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church here, with burial in the Carnarvon Cemetery. The Rev. Donald Gibson will officiate. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Wall Lake is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Fredrichs. a retired farmer, is survived by his wife, Henrietta; six children, Mrs. Ted (Grace) Bruns, Herman and Ray of Carnarvon, Mrs. Eugene (Delores) Freed of Sioux City, Donald of Lake View and Mrs. Rolland •( Sophia) Spencer of Early; also 23 grandchildren and a brother, John Fredrichs of Lake View. WILLIAM A. HALBUR HALBUR - Mass of the resurrection for William A. Halbur, 69, of Halbur was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in St. Augustine Church here. Con-celebrants were the Rev. Victor Kollasch, pastor of the church, and the Rev. Fr. Herman of Schuyler. Neb. The Rev. Henry Meyer of Dedham and Bro. Innocent of Schuyler also were in the sanctuary. Pallbearers were Louis Anstoetter, Vincent Gehling. Melvin Herbers. Louis Halbur, Lawrence Johnson and Frank Testroet. Interment was in the parish . cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home of Carroll. The church was filled with relatives and friends. Those from other states were from lona, St. James. Minneapolis and Marshall. Minn.; Fordyce, Belleville. Petersburg. Elgin, Omaha, Butte. Naper. Neligh. Raeville and Schuyler. Neb.; Yankton and Hot Springs. S. D.; Casper. Wyo.; Milwaukee and Fond Du Lac. Wic. Iowa towns represented were Halbur, Wall Lake, Breda, Dedham. Gray. Manning. Templeton. Carroll. Mapleton. Arcadia. Marathon. Maple River, Early. Anita. West Bend. Silver City. Vail. Roselle. Coon Rapids. Willey. Audubon, Des Moines, Denison. St. Lucas. Humboldt and Danbury. Mr. Halbur died of a heart attack at his home May 18. • Rev. Larson (Continued From Page 1) engineering, and their son Peter will be a sophomore at ISU majoring in civil engineering. Philip will be a freshman in high school next fall, and Jennifer will be in eighth grade in the fall. Mr.- Larson is serving as District Family Life Coordinator and is a member of the Council of Family Ministries of the Iowa Conference. His wife has taught junior high school in Marion for the past five years. Mr. Larson said he is looking forward to his move to Carroll and said the western part of Iowa is familiar to his family. P.O. TO CLOSE The Carroll post office will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. There will be no city or rural delivery. There will be lobby service between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. Special delivery service will be provided. say chief counsel John Doar and Albert Jenner, the chief minority counsel. They told the committee Thursday there was "an absolute need" to get the tapes of the conversations if the impeachment verdict is to be based on the best evidece. Nixon spured a committee subpoena for 11 Watergate tapes Wednesday and said he would not respond to any other subpoenas it may issue for Watergate material. He turned over the transcripts in response to an earlier subpoena for tapes. WASHINGTON (AP) - A national debt ceiling bill that scraped through the House by the narrowest possible margin may be turned into a vehicle for massive tax cuts and reforms in the Senate. The bill to increase the Treasury's borrowing authority by $19.3 billion to $495 billion, won on a House roll call Thursday 191 to 190. Speaker Carl Albert, who Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.15 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.40 Oats 1.30 • Suit (Continued From Page 1) Clayton Mark and Company, which made a lever valve on the tank which the Thompsons claimed opened too easily. The Bastian-Blessing Company. Division of Golcona Corporation, agreed to pay the Lake City couple $7,500: Bastian-Blessing built the excess flow valves in the bottom of the tank, which the Thompsons claimed were sized too large. Farmland Industries, Inc. agreed to pay Mr. and Mrs. Thompson $25,000. Farmland was brought into the suit as distributor of the propane. The Faubion company sued Farmland in a cross-claim, and claimed Farmland Industries would not order the propane tank with a back check valve in the filler pipe. • Awards (Continued From Page 1) John Koester. Kathy Koester. Michelle Lasher, Scott Limbrecht, John Loew, Richard Lussman, Tony Martin, William Meyer, Debra Niceswanger, Mark Nieland, Jane Onken, Kevin Ortner and Judy Oswald. Dan O'Tool, Dawn Pietig, Donna Pietig. Patricia Prenger, Mary Jo Pudenz, Denise Feiff, Brenda Riesberg. Jean Riesberg, Todd Riesberg, Carol Roetker, Joan Schaeuble, Tom Schenkelberg, Dick Schieffer, Renee Schiltz, Sandra Schon. Robert Seidl. Dave Snyder, Kenneth Snyder, Mary Ann Soyer, Connie Staley, Kim Stangl, Randy Starman, Dan Steffes. Dan Volk, Kevin Weitl. Jim Wiebers and Patty Wolterman. An 8 p.m. mass preceded the graduation ceremony at Holy Spirit Church. Msgr. Lenz was celebrant, and graduating students participated in the mass. Tom Schenkelberg was the lector. Readers included Kim Stangl and Jane Onken. Gifts and intentions representing various aspects of student life were presented during the offertory of the mass. Dan Steffes and John Brenny presented a diploma; Kevin Weitl and Tom Espenhover, trophy; Tami Goetzinger and Kim Boulware, candle; Pat Harmeyer and Mary Pat Kasperbauer, picture of Robert Bernard, late teacher at the school; Dick Shieffer and Randy Starman. water and wine; and Mark Beiter and Jean Riesberg, hosts. Seventh and eighth grade students under the direction of Mrs. Gilbert Johnson and Sr. Helen Liewer, provided music for the graduation mass and service. HOLD CONCERT Carroll Community High School's junior high mixed chorus, junior band and eighth grade stage band presented their spring concert Thursday night. The mixed chorus, under the direction of Roger Hansen, performed eight songs presented at the exchange concert at Holy Spirit School Wednesday. John Erickson, band director, led the junior band and eighth grade stage band in the closing 10 numbers of the program. votes only when the House is deadlocked, cast the deciding ballot. It was the first time since 1957 a speaker had cast, from his presiding chair, a straight tie-breaking vote. Twice since then speakers have voted in special situations requiring two-thirds. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa Campaign Finance Disclosure Commission decided Thursday to hire a part-time clerk to help contact the 118 candidates and committees that have not filed required reports. That's the number that apparently have not filed the reports of political campaign receipts and expenditures that were supposed to have been filed by May 20. Commission Chairman Charles Rehling of Davenport said he would like to have all the reports on file before the June 4 primary election. He said it is possible some of the reports were mailed to Seer e t a r y of State Melvin Synhorst's office before the deadline and haven't yet arrived. LOS ANGELES (AP) —Police searching for Patricia Hearst conducted a predawn raid on a Hollywood home, startling two women who were said to match descriptions of Miss Hearst and Symbionese Liberation Army fugitive Emily Harris. Two sleepy women in pajamas emerged as a force of 50 to 60 police leveled shotguns and tear gas rifles at the house, but poltee Sgt. Gene Ingram said the women had no connection with the terrorist SLA. He said police had acted on an anonymous tip, and that one of the women matched a rough description of Mrs. Harris, who is being sought along with her husband, William, and the newspaper heiress. Daily Record DAILY RECORD COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Robert G. or Lorena M. Grossman, Carroll, Ford; Norbert T. or Joanne Greving, Carroll, Chevrolet; Michael D. Hayes, Carroll, Starcraft camper; Roger Kasperbauer, Dedham, Suzuki; Harold Q. Frey, Carroll, Suzuki. MAGISTRATE COURT Found Guilty- Robert Lee Busche, 19, Carroll, was found guilty in Magistrate Raymond 0. Snook's court Friday morning on a charge of drag racing. Busche has appealed the case to District Court. The five-day jail sentence Magistrate Snook imposed will be held in abeyance pending outcome of the appeal to District Court. SHERIFF'S OFFICE OMVUI- Floyd 0. Sigler, 63, Coon Rapids, was released on his own recognizance pending a hearing in Magistrate Court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Sigler was arrested Thursday by Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Julius A. Nieland and Kenneth J. Bernholtz, both of Carroll, collided Thursday at the intersection of North East and Eleventh Streets, police reported. The accident occurred as the Nieland vehicle was northbound on North East Street, and the Bernholtz vehicle westbound on Eleventh Street and turning onto North East Street, police said. No injuries were reported. Car-Van Accident— A van driven by Jerome W. Wieland, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by John Whaley Chevrolet, Inc. Friday morning on Adams Street near Fifth Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Wieland vehicle was backing from a parking stall, police-said. No injuries were reported. Stolen Cars— The Carroll Police Department recovered two cars Friday morning which were reported stolen earlier in the morning. A car owned by John Whaley Chevrolet, Inc. and leased by Todd Keith, Carroll, was recovered on Clark Street south of St. Anthony Regional Hospital. IN MEMORY OF Ethel Isabel! Arbucle Scranton — Age 71 Friends may call after 9 a.m. Friday at the Dohn A Woodhpuse Funeral Home, Scranton Prayer service at 7:30 p.m. 1 Friday at the Dahn ft 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 The car was stolen early Friday morning trom wnere Keith had parked it near the East Gate Terrace apartments. A car owned by Crossroads Ford, Inc. Leasing Company, Waterloo, and leased to Jim Lloyd, Carroll, was recovered at the corner of North West and Fifteenth Streets Friday morning. The car was stolen from the B & H Super Valu parking lot sometime between 10 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. Friday, police said. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions, May 22— Carl Pischel, Carroll Mrs. Donavon Stanzyk, Carroll Admission May 23— Brenda Meiners, Dedham Births- Mr, and Mrs. John Stougard, Des Moines, a daughter Kristen Nichole, May 17. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stougard, Ralston, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernice Forke, Carroll. George F. Gute Age 64 - Carroll Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Saturday Rosaries: 8 p.m. Saturday 8:45 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday by St. Mary's Parish 8:45 p.m. Sunday Mass of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. Mary's Church, Willey Officiating: Rev. James Fangman Interment: St. Mary's Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years George Marget Carroll - Age 73 Rosary at 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 10a.m. at St. Lawrence Church Officiating: Rev. James McAlpin Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME '' Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years

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