Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 25, 1974 · Page 2
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Daily Record COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Michael F. Mosman, 24, and Barbara J. Collison, 24, both of Carroll; Gary N. Jones, 26, and Raejean G. Paulson, 24, both of Manning; Kevin W. Dillavou, 21, Scranton, and Ruth R. Fowler, 18, Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— Erwin Harmening, Glidden, Honda; Eva B. Wiedemeyer, Carroll, Dodge; John W. Koster, Breda, Ford; Linda J. Goodell, Carroll, Dodge; Robert Kanne, Carroll, Chevrolet; Emil or Lee W. Peters, Arcadia, Buick; Edward G. or Leone Reardon, Carroll, Pontiac; Doil D. or Jeannette M. Knight, Carroll, Starcraft camper; Leo F. Bueltel, Carroll, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Darwin L. and Donna K. O'Conner to B and J Investment Co., Inc., Lot 15 Block 83, Bangs' and Sherman's First Addition to Carroll. Philip W. and Margaret M. Dennis to Donald J. and Kay J. Chambers, Lot 10, Block 1, Burns Addition to Carroll. William D. and Joan Blohm to Harold W. and Mary E. Fiscus, Lot 1, Subdiv. of resubdiv. of Lot 5, Neu Addition to Carroll. Lambert A. Thelen to Leo W. and Sandra C. Weber, Lot 9, Block C, 7th Street Addition to Carroll. Bierl Supply Co., to Herald J. and Dennis E. Bierl, Lot 1, Block 1, Parkway Plaza Addition to Carroll. Walter W. White to Alma Coulter, Lot 4, Irr. Survey of SE'/4 NEV4, Sec. 34, Twp. 82N, Range 33 W. POLICE DEPARTMENT Backing Accident— A car driven by Guy S. Jones, Carroll, struck a car driven by Francis T. Schieffer, Carroll, as the Schieffer vehicle was backing onto North East Street from a driveway, police reported. Times Herald, Carroll, la. /% Tuesday, June 25, 1974 *• Jones was going south on North East Street near Ninth when the accident occurred Monday afternoon. Police reported no injuries. MAGISTRATE COURT (Scheduled Violations) Traffic Fines— Eugene M. Kruse, Des Moines, speed, $20; Donald E. Willey, Glidden, operation without registration, $20; George Lansink, Carroll, speed, $20; Timothy B. Smouse, Scranton, speed, $20; Richard Sodeman, Ottumwa, speed, $20; Betty Briggs, Carroll, operation without registration, $20; Ronald Lutwitze, Dedham, speed, $20; Betty A. Venteicher, Arcadia, speed, $20. (Frank Gach and Raymond Snook) Traffic Fines- George J. Volk, Carroll, speed, $20; Steven R. Olerich, Carnarvon, speed, $20; Janet Blanchard, Coon Rapids, failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead, $8; GRAND SL AN "Be a winner...with a Magnavox STEREO CONSOLE! When it's not playing beautiful music, it's still saying beautiful things about you!" Stereo FM/AM Radio-Phono with 8-Track Good sounding...good looking —this great Magnavox offers wonderful listening plus fine Magnavox furniture craftsmanship. There's even a built-in Matrix 4-Channel Sound Decoder (all you need is two extra speakers). And, you have your choice of Early American and Mediterranean authentic styles. flodel 6326 —Mediterranean styling OR AND SLAM VALVE 347 Complete 6 pc. 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Tunning, Carroll, control of vehicle, $10; Douglas Grimsman, Carroll, speed, $20; Lee Larsen, Dedham, no valid license, $10; Don Snyder, Carroll, speed, $20; Beatrice Beyerink, Carroll, speed, $20; James Schechtman, Carroll, speed, $20; William D. Hammen, Carroll, speed, $35; David B. Reinecke, Forest City, speed, $20; Betty A. Briggs, Carroll, no valid license, $5; Loren Dentlinger, Halbur, stop or yield, $10; Peter J. Croghan, Manilla, speed, $26; Michael L. Berger, Westside, stop light, $10. Fraud- James Briggs, Carroll, defrauding an innkeeper, $25. Highway Commission- Floyd Nielson, Coon Rapids, overweight, $10. Closing Time— The following were each fined $25 for violating the closing time at Swan Lake State Park: Ruth A. Wegman, Carroll; Kathy A. Kobold. Carroll; Cathy J. Kroeger, Carroll; Sharon M. Siepker, San Diego, Calif.; Leo Buelt. Jr., Breda; Daryl P. Fischer, Dedham: Paul Irlbeck, Dedham; Robert Wiederien, Carroll; Charles Baker, Carroll; and JudeSchoenherr, Glidden. Beer Violations— Randall L. Schechinger, Manilla, consuming beer on the highway, $20; Mark A. Wanniger, Manning, consuming beer on the highway, $20; and Frederick Milkert, Manning, consuming beer on the highway, $20. Fire Department Brush Fire- Firemen were called to the James J. Hoffman farm a mile and a half south of Carroll early Tuesday afternoon where a brush fire was reported. SX, ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission June 21— Mrs. Peggy Gregory. Carroll Admissions June 22— Dennis D. Lucht, Glidden Martha B. Hopkins, Coon Rapids Admissions June 23— Louis Brincks, Coon Rapids Mrs. Michael D. Berg, Westside Model 4060 offers you great viewing enjoyment with such convenience features as Automatic Fine Tuning to keep station signals locked in and Automatic Color to reduce variations in color intensity from station to station and to enhance the fidelity of flesh tones. And, UHF and VHP detent tuning permits more accurate channel selection. There's a sunshield for glare-free viewing, too. Swivel base included .1 LJ»t_J> the cmr great or could be covered under existing federal programs without a disaster declaration. The Federal Disaster Assistance Administration's regional director, Francis Tobin, said in Kansas City that one-stop disaster centers have been set up in Ankeny, Marengo and Dubuque where individuals in the disaster counties who suffered damage can seek help and information. The nine counties included in the governor's request for disaster declaration that were excluded Monday were Audubon, Boone, Davis, Lucas, Monroe, Muscatine, Shelby, Taylor and Appanoose. Ray said federal officials have said there is a possibility additional centers will be established in the state soon. The counties eligible for diaster aid are: Allamakee, Benton, Butler, Carroll, Cass, Cedar, Clayton, Clinton, Crawford, Delaware, Des Moines, Dubuque, Greene and Guthrie. Also Harrison, Iowa, Jackson, Jasper, Johnson, Jones, Keokuk, Linn, Louisa. Madison. Mahaska, Marion, Marshall, Mitchell, Monona, Polk, Poweshiek, Ringgold. Scott, Story. Tama, Van Buren and Warren. Mrs. Felix W. Vogl, Manning Mrs. Keith A. Fee, Carroll Vernon Schafer, Arcadia Jan Vanderheiden. Carroll Mrs. Douglas Drees, Carroll Robert Snyder. Carroll Admissions June 24— Hobert Prueitt, Glidden Leo Sibenaller. Carroll Bernard Neppl, Carroll Leo Koster. Arcadia Michael Hall, Carroll Dennis Steinkamp, Wall Lake Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Drees, Carroll, a son, Monday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL, Manning Dismissal June 17— John Menck, Auburn Admission June 18— Mrs. W. P. Chandler, Manning Admission June 19— Margaret Rowedder, Manning Dismissal June 19— Mrs. Harry Petersen, Westside Admissions June 20— Mrs. Leeffia Krueger, Lake View Mrs. Jesse Reiter, Wall Lake Dismissals June 20— Craig Hacker, Templeton Mrs. W. P. Chandler, Manning Admission June 21— Dewey Hargens, Westside Dismissal June 21— John Petersen, Lake View Dismissals June 22— Robert Stafford, Wall Lake Emil Schluter, Wall Lake Mrs. Jessie Reiter, Wall Lake Admission June 23— Homer Clark, Irwin Dismissal June 23— Walter Bogue, Lake View Farm and Industry Tour Set July 10 Sizes thru 11 AAA thru D SAVE $ 52 80 : NOW 277 OTTER or WHITE OPEN WED. NIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. Ph. 792-2525 LAKE CITY 464-3281 flPPLIRnCECEnTER CREDIT TERMS 20% Down No Payments or Interest till Sept. 25, 1974 ~Water Heaters Stereo — Color TV Washers Dryers Custom Kitchens Free mtsroaf TO eoFoa atofs vau KHOK Tickets for the 1974 farm-industrial tour are now on sale, M. H. Van Valkenburg, chairman, announced Tuesday. The tour will focus on the Carroll area Wednesday, July 10. Stops will include three Carroll industries, two agriculture sites and an educational tour. The tour will start at 1 p.m. and conclude with a barbecue picnic in the evening at Swan Lake east side shelter house. The public is invited to attend. Tickets are priced at $2 per person and available from the following: Carroll County Beef and Pork Producers, Carroll Kiwanis Club, Carroll County Farm Bureau members, Carroll Chamber of Commerce office and the Glidden Boosters. LEAGUE RESIGNATION Mrs. Frank Beiter has resigned from the board of the Carroll County League of Women voters so she can become politically active. The League is a non-partisan group. Mrs. Beiter will be a committeewoman for the third ward in the Democratic party. Art Show: A non-competitive showing of oil paintings by students of one local instructor. Old Herald building. June 27, 28 & 29. Free admission. Adv. • Sr. Cyrilla (Continued From Page 1) America, Washington D. C., to spend a year in the "lovely city" on a Fulbright scholarship to the University of Florence and the Universita per Stranieri, Perugia. While her earlier effort concentrated on the medieval "laude spiritual!," she now will carry her research into the Renaissance and Reformation periods. Sung by mendicant friars, the ballad-like hymn tunes were didactic parodies of popular Italian songs of the period, Sr. Cyrilla explained. "They were completely religious in nature — largely in honor of the Blessed Virgin and saints — and were intended to teach an illiterate populace. It was the only way of reaching them," she said. People sang along on the refrain of the songs, some of which had as many as 50 or 60 verses. Not liturgical forms, they never were sung in church. In much the same way as French troubadours, Italian religious societies, called confraternities, continued to carry the musical instruction to the people, including dramatization of the hymn texts. There is evidence of its continuation into the Renaissance and Reformation periods, when the hymns were used as propaganda by the church, Sr. Cyrilla said, explaining that since the people knew the melodies, they weren't written down, resulting in their loss in their original form. Many documents exist, but they contain only texts, not music. However, by collating manuscript sources with texts in Florentine libraries, Sr. Cyrilla hopes "to reconstruct" this otherwise lost repertoire of popular song, a corpus of music which reflects the life-style of the period." As with any detective work, unraveling the "lauda" mystery is no easy task. "It is not well documented and requires so much knowledge of the history of the period." Sr. Cyrilla remarked, concerning the neglected facit of music history. Because the texts are among the earliest Italian literature — predating even • Dante — and are written in the vernacular, according to Sr. Cyrilla, translation requires a knowledge of Old Italian. "Thirteenth Century Italian was not taught; it was not standardized. The texts are obviously the work of Italian scribes who wrote the language as it sounded," she said, commenting that the works are "interesting linguistically." Deciphering the handwriting also was a challenge as was interpreting the hymns' musical notation. "Notation was changing quickly at that time," she explained. Because of the combined difficulties, music of the period has been ignored, although, according to the nun, during the last 15 years there has been a rash of publications by historians, romance philogists and antiquarians — in every field but music. As the confraternities became organized, she said, records were kept, not only of hymn texts, but inventories of all things they owned and rules governing their way of life. "Through the research, you can reconstruct their .life-styles," she remarked. "I should come up with the original popular songs which were sources of the laude. There is so much to learn about the people who sang them," she said of the sociological aspects of her work, which promises not only to restore a lost musical form but to breathe life into the centuries and people surrounding it. Deaths, Funerals MRS. CLARA SCHULTE AUBURN — Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Clara Schulte, 81, of Auburn will be celebrated in St. Mary's Church here at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. G. R. Wingert. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. . - { Blue Cross to regulate A parish rosary will be led V ^.^ Q{ by Fr. Wingert at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. Mrs. Schulte died June 24 at Shady Oaks nursing home in Lake City. • Suit (Continued From Page 1) Hospital, Denison; Greene County Medical Center Hospital, Jefferson; and Guthrie County Hospital, Guthrie Center. The suit charges that the hospitals conspired together and formed the Iowa Hospital Association, Inc. for the purpose of regulating or fixing the price of hospital services. It claims the hospitals conspired and were made a During her previous work a decade ago, she transcribed and wrote a commentary on one of only two existing manuscripts which contain the music as well as words. Lost for several centuries, it was found in 1878 in a library attached to the Etruscan Museum in Cortona, secreted in a nearly inaccessible wall in a storage place for kindling. The unbound manuscript was worn only on the outer edges and was in remarkably good condition. Sr. Cyrilla was shown where it was found and was allowed to work directly from it. After having worked with microfilm, "to suddenly have the real thing in my hands" was an awesome experience for her. She plans to publish a paper she has prepared but may enlarge and improve on it after her upcoming research. Fascinated with the medieval, Sr. Cyrilla also is well versed in medieval history, art and drama as well as music, a broad spectrum which, she feels, enhances understanding of the entire .period. Her hobby is collecting manuscripts and illuminations, and she has published articles in "Studies in Medieval Culture." Her achievements earned her a nomination to the Medieval Academy of America, a membership which, she says, "I treasure almost as much as my Ph.D." Not surprisingly, her favorite medieval person is the brilliant, strong-willed and independent Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine. The Villa I Tatti grant seemed made to order for Sr. Cyrilla — there was only one and it was to go to someone with a Ph.D. in musicology and a project well under way in some area of Italian Renaissance music, a project that could be completed only in Italy. "I had gone as far in this country as I could," explained Sr. Cyrilla, who first read of the award in a Newsletter of the American Musicological Society. The Villa I Tatti itself is an 18th Century villa on the outskirts of Florence in Settignano, famed for its marble and stonecutters. "Michelangelo chose his marble there," Sr. Cyrilla remarked. The villa belonged to Harvard art, historian, critic and writer Bernard Berenson, whose specialty was Renaissance art. Upon his death in 1959, he willed his villa, art works and library to Harvard, which then set up the Center for Renaissance Studies. Sr. Cyrilla is looking forward to renewing acquaintances with persons she met on her previous trip, during which she worked with internationally known musicologist Federico Ghisi. She praises the "wonderful people I met. They're warm and very kind and do anything to help you. I seemed to meet the right people at the right time — librarians, curators, professors. It's so important to have contacts," she said, adding that in Florence and and fix prices of hospital services. Plaintiffs in the action are Leon Boes, Breda, and Kristine Wunschel, a minor, by her mother and next friend, Lois A. Wunschel, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated. The suit originally sought $90 million in hospital refunds, but was amended six days later to the $174,260,000 figure. Wunschel and McCullough said in their amendment that the average hospital bill for Blue Cross member hospitals was $580.92 rather than the $300 stated in the original petition. The original petition in the suit alleges that the Commissioner of Insurance for the State of Iowa has joined the conspiracies by authorizing, sanctioning and encouraging the conspiracies by approving the charges after knowledge was acquired through annual reports, examination and required approval. Executive vice president of the IHA, Donald Dunn, has claimed the alleged price fixing among the hospitals has not occurred and he has labeled the suit "malicious, irresponsible and spurious." HAVE WEEKEND GUESTS Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. George Zoharie and son of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walrod and family of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walrod and son of Akron, were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mrs. Ai Walrod. Additional Sunday supper guests wprp Mrs. Verdeen Hering^njl daughter of Denver, Colo, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Walrod of Storm Lake. Rome she had little difficulty getting to sources and never had to use the "copious credentials" the Fulbright officials provided their scholars with. She recalled the warmth of her reception, especially in the small towns in which she did research. "We were still in our habits then," she smiled, recalling the minor sensation she created as she strode about town carrying a portable typewriter. "Nuns there don't do the scholarly things we do," she explained. The kindness of those she met remains vivid to Sr. Cyrilla, who remembers also the archivist who not only went out of his way to lend research assistance, but who brought in his dachshund to keep her company "because he found out I loved dogs." "These people have a sense of history," she said, "and they have a great deal to be proud of." Awaiting further word from Harvard concerning the fellowship details, Sister Cyrilla will direct a summer production of "My Fair Lady" before leaving for her second year in Italy. "Ignorance is bliss," she mused, recalling her first experience. "If I had known the problems I would encounter, I may not have been willing to dig around. Now I'm so glad I did." The Weather IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair with a slow warming trend through Wednesday. Low tonight mid 50s east, around 60 west. High Wednesday upper 70s east to mid 80s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday: Partly cloudy through the period. Chance of showers or thunderstorms late Thursday and Friday. Warm daytime temperatures with highs WARMER generally mid-80s to low 90s. Lows mostly in 60s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy ot Inwa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 80 Yesterday's low 51 At7a.m.today 56 At 10a.m. today 69 Weather A Year Ago- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 88 and the low, 71 degrees. Christ Henry Hausman Halbur - Age 83 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Prayer Service 4 p.m. Tuesday by Franciscan Sisters Prayer Service 8:15 p.m. Tuesday by Rev. J. P. Hausmann Rosary 9 p.m. Tuesday by Rev. Victor Kollasch Mass of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Augustine Church, Halbur Final Retting Place St. Augustine Cemetery TWIT

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