Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 28, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Variable cloudiness with occasional periods of showers and thunderstorms through Wednesday. Low tonight mid 50s northwest, near 60 southeast. Cooler northwest Wednesday. High near 70 north. 80 south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday: Chance of showers or thundershowers through the period. Highs in the 70s. Lows in the mid 50s to lower 60s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 72 Yesterday's low 49 At 7 a.m. today 65 At 10 a.m. today 70 Precipitation (48 hours prior to 10a.m.) 2.28in. rain. Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures reached a high of 72 degrees in Carroll a year ago today. Low reading for the day was 53. Deaths, Funerals MRS ETHEL ARBUCKLE SCRANTON - Services for Mrs. Ethel Isabell Arbuckle. 70, of Scranton were held here at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the United Methodist Church. The Rev. David Barker officiated and Mrs. Karol Teeters was organist. Pallbearers were Merle Eberle. Ron Loeffler. Mike Kirk. Chris Spaulding. Jerry Spaulding and Reynolds Mitchell. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Arbuckle died at Scranton May 21. GEORGE MARGET Mass of the resurrection for George Marget. 73, retired Carroll businessman, was celebrated at 10a.m. Saturday in St. Lawrence Church here by the Rev. James McAlpin. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff also was in the sanctuary and conducted commital rites at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Pallbearers were Pat Shannon, Larry Baumhover, Kenneth Baumhover, Merlin Schelle, Merle Wiedemeier and Robert Feldmann. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Chicago and Glen Ellyn, 111.; Omaha, Neb.; Madison, Wis.; Centerville, Sigourney, Waterloo, Indianola, Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Cedar Rapids, Breda, Carroll and surrounding communities. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Marget died May 22 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. MRS. IRA GILLEY SCRANTON — Mrs. Ira (Agnes) Gilley, 70, of Scranton died early Sunday, May 26, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Paul's Catholic Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Bernard V. Greteman. Burial will be in Union Township Cemetery, Coon Rapids. -The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Mason Funeral Home in Coon Rapids. Mrs. Gilley was born July 28, 1903, in Willow township, Greene County, a daughter of Michael and Mary Ferguson Bradley. She is survived by her husband; a daughter, Mary of Des Moines; a son, Leo of Bagley a brother, James Bradley of Washington, D.C. LEABURN BICE SAC CITY — Leaburn Bice. 51. of Sac City, died at his home Sunday. May 26. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home with burial in Oakland Cemetery, all at Sac City. Military graveside rites will be conducted by Catigny Post No. 195 of the American Legion, and V.F.W. Post No. 590, both of Sac City. Mr. Bice was retired from the Army Air Force. He is survived by his wife. Georgia; eight children, Lee Ann, Betty. Kenneth, Dennis. Earl. Norman. Kelly and Kevin; all at home: and two sisters, Mrs. Claude Rimmer of Storm Lake and Mrs. Melvin Delp of Newell. NELS P. JORGENSEN AUDUBON — Funeral services were scheduled at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Our Saviour's Lutheran church here for Nels P. Jorgensen. 86, who died at his home Sunday. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated, and burial was in Maple Grove cemetery under direction of McFadden Funeral home. Pallbearers were Gary Williamson, Paul Eagen. Alton Madsen. Roger Faaborg. James Faaborg. and Charles Davoren. Mr. Jorgensen was born in Audubon county May 23. 1888. the son of Peter and Bergitta Jorgensen. He spent his entire life in Audubon county, and was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran church. He had worked many years before his retirement as a mechanic for Grotleuschen Implement Co. His marriage to Sina Nielsen took place in Audubon on Feb. 15,1911. Survivors include his wife, Sina; three daughters, Mrs. Walter (Phyllis) Williams of Audubon, Mrs. Folmer ( Darlene ) Faaborg of Jefferson, and Mrs. Lester (Jean) Petersen of Kimballton; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. PETER GOOSENS Peter Goosens, 93, of Carroll died at 7 a.m. Sunday, May 26, at the Carroll Health Center, where he resided for the last three years. He had been in failing health for several years. Mass of the resurrection was celebrated at 9 a.m. Tuesday in Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. The Rev. James Smith was in the sanctuary. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Tuesday, May 28, 1974 2. MI**tl«t*tf**llltf«IM***l*l*tt*ftllllfll*fl**lltt» Cemetery. Pallbearers were Glenness Onken. Donald Onken. Cliff Onken. Darryl Brinker. Luvern Brinkpr and Eugene Sibenaller. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Goosens was born in Belgium Aug. 4. 1880. and came to the United States Feb. 2, 1910. He spent a short time at Oconto. Wis.. and later in 1910 came to Carroll County. He was employed on several farms and then lived and worked on the John Grossman farm seven miles north of Carroll for 13 years. In 1942 he retired from farm work and moved to Carroll, where he was employed by various business firms. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church. There are no survivors. Attending the funeral were friends from Anoka. Minn.; Wausau. Wis.: Templeton. Earling. Auburn. Carroll and surrounding communities. 'Briefs From the AP Wire Court Issues Ruling on Class Action Suits The Price is Right! • LATEX HOUSE PAINT For Wood Siding 4 Trim, Mason ry& Brick LATEX FLOOR PAINT Interior/Exterior Surfaces of Concrete & Wood Moore PAINTS JOE'S PAINT CENTER West of Court House Carroll FRANK A. KEMPER MANNING - Mass of the resurrection for Frank A. Kemper, 85, of Manning was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Sacred Heart Church here by the Rev. Norbert Weber, M.S.C. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Mr. Kemper died at the Carroll Health Center. May 18. Surviving are his wife, two brothers and two sisters. He was preceded in death by a daughter, three sisters and a brother. William Kemper. whose name was inadvertently omitted from the account of his death published May 20 in The Carroll Daily Times Herald. Relatives from a distance who attended the rites included Mrs. Joe Grundmeier. Mrs. Louise Kettler, Mrs. Anna Kuhlman and Mrs. Bernadine Hoefer, Petersburg. Neb.; Sr. Alice Sporrer, O.L.S.H.. and Sr. Pat Sporrer. both of Illinois: Nadine Bierl of Omaha, Neb.: and Mrs. Don Deizenback and Paul of Des Moines. GEORGE F. GUTE Mass of the resurrection for George F. Gute. 64. of Route 1. Carroll, was celebrated at 1:30 . p.m. Monday at St. Mary's Church in Willey by the Rev. James Fangman. Pallbearers were Louis Schon, Leo Schon, Ton;/ Soyer. Arnold Danzer, William Danner Sr. and Louis Schmitz. Burial was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home. Mr. Gute died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital May 23. Attending his funeral were relatives and friends from Omaha, Neb.; Creston. Council Bluffs, Emmetsburg. Webb, Early, Rockwell City, Lake City, Gray, Danbury, Guthrie Center. Breda, Halbur, Glidden, Coon Rapids, Vail, Scranton, Wall Lake, Auburn, Carroll and surrounding communities. HIRAM G. JEFFREY Word has been received here of the death of Hiram G. Jeffrey, 73, of Salt Lake City, Utah, former Carroll resident and the brother of Helen Jeffrey of Carroll. He died in a Salt Lake City Hospital May 27. Funeral services will be held Thursday at Salt Lake City, under direction of Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple Street, Salt Lake City. Mr. Jeffrey, son of H. G. and Tina B. Jeffrey, was born June 1, 1900, and graduated from Carroll High School in 1917. He had lived at Salt Lake City for the last four years. Surviving are his wife, Ruth B., and his sister. WASHINGTON (AP) -The Supreme Court ruled today that plaintiffs in so-called class action suits, used increasingly in recent years by environmental and consumer groups, must individually notify at their own expense each member of the class on whose behalf they are suing. The court agreed in substance with the findings of the U.S. Circuit Court in New York, which specialists in class action suits have said would put almost insurmountable obstacles in their path. Justice William 0. Douglas, dissenting in part from the court's decision, said the class action suit "is one of the few legal remedies the small claimant has against those who command the status quo." LOS ANGELES (AP) - In the tranquil Pacific beach town of Surfside, Andrija Artukovic lives in quiet seclusion. In Yugoslavia, he is charged as a World War II mass murderer. Artukovic, 75, has been fighting deportation to face war crimes charges for more than 20 years. He says the charges are untrue. He claims he would be a dead man if he were returned to Yugoslavia, where, as minister of interior of Croatia, he is alleged to have been responsible for the deaths of as many as 200,000 Serbs, Jews and Gypsies. DAKOTA CITY. Neb. (AP)— Iowa Beef Processors, Inc., Tuesday reported an upturn in earnings in the first half of fiscal 1974. but a smaller sales figure. Sales were S732.7 million, net earnings $6.4 million and earnings per share $2.33, versus fiscal 1973's $759.9 million. $6.1 million and $2.23. adjusted to reflect a 10 per cent stock dividend declared March 9.1974. IBP President J. Fred Haigler said there was a good supply of grain fed cattle and a favorable operating margin, particularly in the first quarter of fiscal 1974. WASHINGTON (AP) -Columnist Jack Anderson reported today that President Nixon's close friend C.G. "Bebe" Rebozo in 1969 paid for nearly $12,000 in improvements at the President's home in Key Biscayne, Fla. In his column, Anderson wrote that an Aug. 6, 1969. check for $11,978.84, signed by Rebozo and drawn on his personal account went to pay for electrical, air conditioning and painting work on Nixon's bayside home, adjacent to one Rebozo owned. Anderson quoted reliable sources as saying Rebozo also paid for a swimming pool, a pool table and architectural services for the Nixon home. WASHINGTON (AP) Most 1975-model cars will have a special air pollution device, but there may not be enough unleaded gasoline needed for such cars, an in.ternal report by the American Automobile Association says. Unleaded gas will be needed for the 1975 cars, which should begin rolling off assembly lines in less than four months, because of the introduction of the new device—a catalytic converter. BRESCIA, Italy (AP) — A bomb exploded at an anti-Fascist rally today, killing nine persons and wounding 50, officials said. President Giovanni Leone called the incident a massacre and said it was "clear evidence of an attempt by tiny and squallid terrorist minorities to throw the state and the nation into chaos." He urged the government of Premier Mariano Rumor to pursue those responsible "with the utmost energy." DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Gov. Robert Ray has signed 53 bills into law, including measures to rewrite Iowa's obscenity law, eliminate county school systems and reorganize professional and occupational licensing boards. Daily Record COURT HOUSE Licenses to Wed— Thomas J. Scott, 25. Des Moines, and Mary A. O'Tool. 26. Lincoln, Neb.; Wendell R. Sheer. 20, Des Moines, and Janet R. Starman, 20. Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Clarence J. Menke, Carroll. Buick; David A. Edgerton, Manning-, Chevrolet; Rita R. McCoy. Carroll. Chevrolet; Rose M. Barber. Coon Rapids. Ford; Kriss Erickson. Coon Rapids, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Richard A. and Hollis V. Wilt to Glen A. and Patricia J. Langenfeld, Part of Lot 1. Block 13. Carroll. Conservatorship of Mary Irlmeier to William and Mary Dopheide, NfrlMsNEfrl 1 *. Sec. 6. Twp. 82 N. andSW'4SW«-4. Sec. 32. 83 N.. both in range 34 W. Ruth N. Ohnstein to Leo and Betty Danner et al. Lot 2. NW"4SW'/4, Sec. 15. and Lot 1. SE'/iNE 1 *. Sec. 22. all in Twp. 82 N.. Range 34 W. Estate of Ralph E. Riedesel to Norman D. Sr. and Margie Heuton, S'-aSE'M. Sec. 6. Twp. 84 N.. Range 33 W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Marijuana— Robert M. Cohen. 20, Iowa City. and Luther D. Danneman, 25, Manning, were arrested Saturday afternoon by Iowa State Trooper Ed Swain. Audubon, and charged with possession of marijuana. Cohen was also charged with carrying a concealed weapon. Cohen was released from the Carroll County jail Sunday on $500 bond. Danneman is being held in jail under order from the Bureau of Adult Correction Services for parole violation. POLICE DEPARTMENT One Injured- Janet R. Sundermann, 21, Carroll, was dismissed from St. Anthony Regional Hospital Monday after being admitted Sunday following a two-car accident on Grant Road near Eleventh Street, police reported. Police said the accident occurred as the Sundermann vehicle was eastbound on Eleventh Street and struck a parked car owned by Herman T. Lammers, Breda, when turning onto Grant Road. She was charged with failure to have her vehicle under control. The Carroll fire department was called to the scene of the accident to wash gasoline from the street. Two-Car Accidents— We sell Flynn Dairy Products to your door every day. BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter David C. Beyer, 20, was treated and released at St. Anthony Regional Hospital Sunday for injuries suffered when the car in which he was a passenger and driven by Mary K. Beyer. Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Elmer Throop, Carroll, on Clark Street near Eighth Street, police reported. Police said the accident occurred as the Beyer vehicle was westbound on Eighth Street and was turning south onto Clark Street. Cars driven by James J. Peterson. Carroll, and David L. Rounds, Jefferson, were in collision in the A&W Drive-in parking lot, police reported. The accident occurred as the Rounds vehicle was backing from a stall, and the Peterson vehicle was stopped, police said. No injuries were reported. Cars driven by George J. Roth and Mark F. Bauer, both of Carroll, were in collision Saturday at the intersection of First Street and the Holy Spirit parking lot driveway, police reported. The accident occurred as the Roth vehicle was leaving the parking lot. and the Bauer vehicle was westbound on First Street, police said. Roth was charged with failure to yield. No injuries were reported. Cars driven by Norbert N. Hoffman and Steven L. Olson, both of Carroll, collided on Simon Avenue near Seventh Street Saturday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Hoffman vehicle was backing from a parking stall, and the Olson vehicle was southbound on Simon Avenue, police said. No injuries were reported. Cars driven by Ruvilla J. Rowedder and Agnes C. Burgart, both of Carroll, were in collision in the Safeway parking lot Sunday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Rowedder vehicle was backing from a parking stall, and the Burgart vehicle was northbound in the lot, police said. No injuries were reported. Car-Truck Accidents— A car driven by Arthur F. Fisher, Omaha, and a semi-trailer rig driven by Ronald M. Warnke, Carroll, were in collision in the Drees Oil Company parking lot Saturday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Warnke vehicle was leaving the lot, and the Fisher vehicle was stopped, police said. No injuries were reported. A car driven by Charles A. Wittrock, Carroll, and a truck driven by Gary E. Kuhn. Gowrie, were in collision Saturday at the intersection of U. S. 71 and Third Street, police reported. The front of the Kuhn vehicle was in collison with the rear of the Wittrock vehicle as both were northbound on the highway, police said. Kuhn was charged with speeding. No injuries were reported. One-Car Accident— A car driven by Joyce K. Reiling, Carroll, struck the store windows of Ruttens Vac Shop Monday while backing in the store's parking lot, police reported. No injuries were reported. FIRE DEPARTMENT Train Fire— Carroll firemen extinguished a fire in the caboose of a Chicago and North Western train here Sunday. Orlando Eich, a fire department officer, said a heater in the caboose started the car's floor on fire. Minor damage was reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission May 24— Peter Schulte. Carroll Admission May 25— Mrs. Mark Steinkamp. Wall Lake Birth- Mr, and. Mrs. Jerome Rolfes, Carroll, a son. Friday. STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City Births- Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh of Carroll, a daughter on Monday, May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Egli of Manson. a daughter on Saturday. May 25. Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $5.10 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.38 Oats ". 1.30 Honor Roll at Holy Spirit The honor roll at Holy Spirit School was announced Tuesday. Eighth graders who earned an "A" honor roll listing were Melanie Comito, Rosie Dapcho, Alice Frischmeyer. Dawn Pietig, Donna Pietig, Mike Berning. Judy Oswald, Paul Baldus, Marcia Gehling, Jane Onken, Bob Seidl, Mary Soyer, Kim Boulware. Brian Greteman, Brenda Riesberg and Jean Riesberg. The "B" honor roll includes Patty Prenger, Sandy Schon. Connie Staley. Kim Stangl, Dave Snyder, Suzie Grethen. Marcia Hannasch, Jane Hulsing, Bill Meyer, Debbie Niceswanger, Tom Schenkelberg, Mark Hannasch, Dan O'Tool, Carol Roetker, Joan Schaeuble and DanVolk. WASHINGTON (AP) - It may take another month for U.S. oil imports to recover fully from the Arab embargo that ended last March. Once they do, the Federal Energy Office hopes they can keep on growing. Even so, the outlook this summer is for small gasoline shortages similar to those felt last summer, and for the same reason—a chronic shortage of refinery capacity to process crude oil no matter where it comes from. Pay Tribute to Dead Here Seventh graders on the "A" honor roll are Kristin Fee, Terri Greteman, Terri Langenfeld, Jane Otto, Matt Greteman, Julie Bell, Terri Schirbroun. Jean Bueltel, Christine Cawley, Michelle Nurse, Marie Frischmeyer, Gail Oswald. Doug Heisterkamp and Kristie Tigges. The following students were named to the "B" honor roll: Kristy Nieland, Cheryl Siepker, Betty Sullivan. Molly Whaley, Kay Pietig, Cathy Starman. Cindy Vanderheiden. Barb Hulsing, Karen Thelen. Bob Roetker, Linda Wolterman, Lois Becker, Tom Riordan and Roger Rupiper. "Today, in my judment, we have the possibility of losing without a skirmish what so many fought and died for," James C. Smith, district court judge, said at the Memorial Day services at the Carroll City Cemetery Monday morning. Individual strength, family unity and the willingness to sacrifice are the bases of a community, Smith said. The judge said that he sees these qualities deteriorating. He urged that Carroll residents strive to achieve the ideals of family unity and strength. Phone Pioneers Give Hearing Aid to Owens A new hearing aid was presented Saturday to Kelly Owens of Glidden by Club 71, Telephone Pioneers of America. He is the nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Owens and has just completed third grade at Glidden-Ralston Community School. Club 71, comprised of members from Carroll, Audubon and Atlantic, has been collecting used hearing aids for some time for the benefit of persons at the Glenwood State School. There is a collection box for this purpose in the lobby of the local Northwestern Bell Telephone Company office. Town Meeting on Recreation ARCADIA — There will be a town meeting at the Arcadia City Hall at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, in conjunction with the Arcadia Recreation Development Project. All interested persons are welcome to attend and refreshments will be served. A benefit dance sponsored by the Project committee at the Legion Hall here May 24 attracted about 300 persons, who danced to the music of the Earl Russell Orchestra. All funds will gm toward building a tennis court in the Citv Park BOWLING PARTY Seven members of St. John's American Lutheran Church Junior League bowled at the Carroll Lanes on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schonberger. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Petersen, sponsors, and the Rev. Darryl Torrin accompanied the club members. The next scheduled junior league activity will be a family picnic on June 23. ON DEANS LIST j Randy Otto, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Otto of Carroll, has been named to the dean's list at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. A parade starting at the South side Park preceded the Memorial Day observance. Participating in the parade were city officials, firemen, Boy Scuts. Girl Scouts, the Kuemper High School band, girls' 4-H units, saddle club members and members of Carroll's Army reserve unit. The American Legion honor guard led the parade. Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion and the VFW sponsored the parade to the cemetery. Don Tigges and Jerry Schenkelberg served as parade marshalls. The Rev. Bruce LeFebvre delivered the invocation for the observance. Schenkelberg was master of ceremonies. A welcome from the city was g'ven by Lou Voyles. city councilman. Mrs. John Beyerink Jr., American Legion Auxiliary president, presented a Gold Star Mother, Mrs. Clem White, and laid a wreath with assistance from two flower girls. Boy Scouts raised the flag and the Kuemper band performed. The honor guard gave a salute for the honored dead. Bruce Biossat Dies; Political Writer, Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) Bruce Biossat, 64, chief Washington correspondent for Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA), died Monday of a heart attack. He had been with NEA for 25 years writing four columns a week, focusing on political figures and analyzing political events. Biossat's columns have been a regular feature of the editorial page of The Daily Times Herald for many years. They will continue to be published until the supply written ifi advance is exhausted. Peter Goosens Carroll — Age 93 Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll Officiating was the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years BILL RYERSON DEMOCRAT - 55TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT • • • EXPERIENCED IN THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS Paid For By Bill Ryerson

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