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Daily Record DAILY RECORD COURTHOUSE License to Wed— Gary E. Odendahl. 26, Westside, and Karen L. Wegner, 20, Manilla. New Vehicles Registered— Kennedy Farms, Coon Rapids, Ford; Roger or Bette Snyder, Breda, Ford; Verlin Danner, Glidden, Honda; Louise M. Hackfort, Carroll. Gremlin. Real Estate Transfers— Darcy E. and Delia M. Peterson to Jerry W. and Elaine C. Till, Lot 1, Block 4, Wattles First Addition to Carroll. Gary L. and Marlene D. Kraft to William G. and Lvnne M. Vowell. Part of Out Lot A. Murphy Addition to Carroll. Barbara J. Collison to Barbara J. Collison and Michael F. Mosman, Lot 6, Block 3, Neu Addition to Carroll. David D. and Patricia B. Kerper to Daniel J. and Mary C. Klein, Part of Lot 6, Block 41, Second Addition to Carroll. Farner-Bocken Company to David D. and Patricia B. Kerper, Lot 7, Block 1, Schroeder Addition to Carroll. Rose Vanderheiden to George J. and Jean A. Mohrhauser, Lot 16, Block 1, Neu Addition to Carroll. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Intoxication— Jude C. Schoenherr, Glidden, was arrested early Sunday morning in Dedham by sheriff's deputies and charged with public intoxication. Schoenherr was held in the Carroll County jail until noon Sunday, and was then released on his own recognizance. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accidents- Cars driven by Wendellin T. Feilmeier and Jeffery P. Grouse, both of Carroll, were in collision on Main Street Saturday near U. S. 30 as both' vehicles were backing from parking stalls, police reported. Cars driven by Joan M. Nees and Gary L. Hoffman, both of Carroll, collided on U. S. 30 near Crawford Street Sunday morning, police reported. The accident occurred as the Nees vehicle was eastbound on the highway and attempting to turn into the Kanne Mobil station drive, and the Hoffman vehicle was westbound on the highway, police said. Cars driven by James W. Wilson, Carroll, and Phyllis D. Wegman, Omaha, were in collision in the parking lot of the B & H Super Valu store Saturday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Wilson vehicle was backing, and the Wegman vehicle was stopped, police said. No injuries were reported in any of the accidents. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission June 28— Jeffrey Keating, Carroll Admissions June 29— Mrs. Elmer F. Onken, Carroll Mrs. Elsie Anderson, Coon Rapids Albert Eischeid, Carroll John J. Glass, Carroll James W. Lloyd, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Duane Quinn, Carroll, a daughter, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stork, Carroll, a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brotherson, Breda, a son, Monday Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market remained mixed today in what brokers de- James J. Lappe RR 1, Carroll - Age 19 Friendi may call at the Twit Funeral Home starting at 7:30 p.m. Monday Rosaries Monday at 8:00 and 8:45 p.m. Rosaries Tuesday at 3:00, 8:00 and 8:45 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection tO a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Church, Willey Officiating Rev. James Fangman Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll TWIT scribed as a pause to the recent losses. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 2.19 at 804.60. However, declines led advances 582 to 483 among 1,433 issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was slow. The Big Board's broad-based index of all its listed common stocks was ahead .03 at 44.93, while the Amex market-value index was down. 16 at 78.94. Interest-rate movements continue to worry investors, and brokers say they are looking to see what First National Bank of Chicago does with its prime rate today. The Big Midwestern bank is due to post a new prime. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.38 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.73 Oats 1.35 DES MOINE-S, Iowa—(AP)—(USDAl— Iowa-southern Minnesota hogs: Estimated receipts Monday 65,000; week ago 66,000; year ago 80,000; Friday 69,000; Saturday 23,000. Butchers steady to 1.00 higher than Friday mid session, mostly 50 to 1.00 higher; movement rather slow, demand generally good. U.S. 1-3 grade 200-230 Ibs at country points 36.00-36.50, at packing plants 36.5037.00. Sows steady to 50 higher; packing plants 36.50-37.00. 25.50-28.50. Iowa-southern Minnesota sheep: Estimated receipts Monday 600; week ago 1,200;, year ago 1,500; Friday 1,000; Saturday 500. Friday and Saturday slaughter lambs sold steady; choice and prime 90-105 Ibs 44.00-45.00; choice 80-105 tbs 42.00-44.00. OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-Livestock quotations Monday. Hogs: 5,000. Barrows and gilts unevenly 50-1.50 higher. Weight over 260 Ib 1.50-2.50 hieher: 1-3 200-230 Ib 39.5040.00; 230-250 Ibs 38.50-39.50. Sows 1.00-2.00 higher, some 2.00-2.50 higher. 300-600 Ib 28.00-30.00. Cattle: 5,000 cattle and •calves. Steers andheii'ers unevenly 2.00-3.00 higher. Cows strong, instances 25 to 50 cents higher. Four loads choice and prime 1.125-1,300 Ib steers 43.50-44.50; choice 1,000-1,200 Ib 42.00-43.25; choice 1,200-1,300 Ib 41.50-42.50; several loads choice and prime 950-1,025 Ib heifers 42.00-42.50; choice 875-1,025 Ib 41.00-42.00; utility and commercial cows 27.50-29.50; a few utility 30.00. Sheep: 200. Spring slaughter lambs 25 cents higher, few slaughter ewes fully 25 cents higher. Choice and prime spring slaughter Iambs 43.5045.50; utility shorn ewes 8.50. Estimated receipts Tuesday: 5,000 cattle and calves. 5,500 hogs, 500 sheep. CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures advanced sharply on the Chicago Board of Trade today, led by a near limit move in soybeans. Soybeans advanced 19 1 /2 cents, then retreated slightly, while soybean oil rose the limit of 100 points and soybean meal gained $8 a ton. Wheat futures rose 12 cents and corn 8 cents, while oats were 5 higher. The demand for commodities in the soybean complex was influenced strongly by a"n American Soybean Association survey of 27 states which showed acreage planted to soybeans would be about 9 per cent lower than last year. The Agriculture Department, which had estimated about 4 per cent fewer acres planted to soybeans this year than last year, has already forecast a smaller crop than it had expected in March. Capture One of 2 Escapees FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP)— One of two escapees from the Webster County jail was apprehended four miles west of Fort Dodge Sunday evening. James Morris, 33, Fort Dodge, was arrested about 9 p.m., but his companion, Russell Johnson, 26, Fort Dodge, eluded law enforcement officers in the darkness. The men were awaiting trial on armed robbery charges stemming from a June 6 holdup of a Fort Dodge tavern. They escaped Saturday night. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, July 1, 1974 l*t«*rt*f*t*Mt»r*fttttif f »M»t»»r»it»fi«tt« N.Y. Stocks Deaths, Funerals Seek Head Briefly NEW YORK (APi - N o Of stock quotations. Allied Ch Allied Sirs Am B rd s Am Can Am Chain ACyan id Am H om e Am Motors Am Smelt Am Stand Am TfcT Armsl CK At) Richlid Avco Corp a tnda g Inc Beat Fds Beet Dick Bendi x A v Belh Stl Boei n g Co Borden Brunswik Bu r No r Chrysler Con E d i s Con Freight Con Oil CPC Intl CurtisWrt Deere duPonl East Kod , EUra CP Es m a r k Exxon Fairmont Firestone FooleM in Ford Mot Fruehaut Gamble Sko Gen Elec Gen Fds Gen Mot Gen PCm GenT&L Goodrich Goodyear Greyhound Holldy Inn Home st ke IBM 111 Cent Int H a r v Int TAT Inters! 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Murray fire chief Ron Maffett said a railroad spokesman told him at least 16 cars left the tracks, but the Clarke County sheriff's office said as many as 29 were derailed. A man in the caboose suffered a head injury when the train came to an abrupt halt, officials said, but his injury was not believed serious. Maffett said track misalignment probably caused the accident. He said heavy equipment was needed to upright some cars which were stacked on each other. Mesheks Buy Hernisen House Mr. and Mrs. William D. Meshek of Carroll purchased the C. H. (Mac) Hermsen house and lot at 125 South Walnut Street at public auction Sunday afternoon. The property brought $20,100. Household goods and furniture also svere auctioned. MRS. FLORENCE BOWMAN COON RAPIDS - Mrs. Florence Bowman, 90, of Coon Rapids, died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll Saturday evening, June 29, after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church here, with burial in the Coon Rapids Cemetery. The Rev. Kenneth Watson will officate. The Mason Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Bowman, daughter of Brooks and Martha Hall Tuel, was born Nov. 27. 1883, and spent most of her life in this area. Surviving are a son, Donald of Cedar Rapids; two grandchildren; two brothers, Clifford Tuel of Bayard and Lester Tuel of Coon Rapids; and a sister, Mrs. Henzel Jenson of Des Moines, She was preceded in death by her husband, Dennis, in 1955; and a son, Howard, who served aboard the U.S.S. Arizona and was one of the first casualties at Pearl Harbor at the outbreak of World War II. JOE A. REINHARDT JR. COON RAPIDS - Services for Joe A. Reinhardt Jr., 39, of Springfield, Va., formerly of Coon Rapids, will be held at the Mason Funeral Home here at 11 a.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Marvin Ediger of Minneapolis will officiate. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery. Glidden. Mr. Reinhardt was born Sept. 4, 1934, and attended school here. He was with the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, D. C. He died unexpectedly June 29 at George Washington University Medical Center in Washington. Surviving are his wife, Patricia; two sons; his mother, Mrs. Feme Reinhardt, and grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Dankle, both of Coon Rapids. His father preceded him in death. RAYMOND WILSON SAC CITY - Raymond Wilson, 91, retired Sac City businessman, died here Saturday, June 29, at Loring Hospital, where he had been a patient for some time. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. 'Tuesday at the Farber i and -Otteman FuneraL Home; Sac City. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery, with Masonic graveside rites. Mr. Wilson and his late wife, Pearl, owned and operated the Wilson Drug Store here for over 50 years before retiring. He is survived by nieces and nephews. MRS. MARGARET BENGFORD Mrs. Margaret Bengford, 79, formerly of Carroll, died June 21 at St. Luke's Hospital inSaginaw, Mich. Rites were held at the Queen of the Holy Rosary Church there with the Rev. Edward Konieczka officiating and burial in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, Mrs. Bengford was born Sept. 4, 1894, a daughter of William and Margaret Eischeid Friedman. She was married at Templeton April 10.1918, to Clarence Bengford, who died March 2,1967. Surviving are three daughters, Isabelle Bengford of Manning, Mrs. Anthony ( Bernice ) Saverino of Mahopac, N.Y.. and Mrs. Herold Volz Jr. of Saginaw; 12 grandchildren and one great-grandson; a brother, Henry Friedman of Templeton; and two sisters, Mrs. Celia Stueve of Auburn and Mrs. Lena Gieb of Gainesville, Tex MRS. VERNE ENNIS GLIDDEN — Services for Mrs. Verne (Dorothy Mae) Ennis, 55, of Glidden were held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home here. The Weathe IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday Showers and thunderstorms Wednesday night and Thursday. Partly cloudy Friday. High temperatures ranging from mid 80s to rnid 90s. Lows mid 60s to low 70s. IOWA FORECAST Becoming partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday. Chance ot occasional showers and thunderstorms tonight and Tuesday. Low tonight mid 60s WARMER north, around 70 south. High Tuesday 90s. (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 91 Yesterday's low 59 At 7 a.m. today 69 At 10 a.m. today 78 Weather A Year Ago— A weekend storm gripped the Carroll area a year ago, causing severe flooding and wind damage. Temperatures varied from a high of 88 to <i low of 63 degrees. The Rev. Andrew J. Bosman, minister of the Presbyterian Church, officiated. "Just As I Am" and "What A Friend We Have in Jesus" were sung by Elmer Peters, accompanied by his daughter, Phyllis Peters, organist for the rites. Pallbearers were Otis Knight, Everett Blinn, Joe Herman, Kenneth Sherer, Jim Dorman and Elmer Peters. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Ennis died June 27 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. MARY E. BROGAN Mass of the resurrection for Mary Elizabeth Brogan, R.N., 82, of Carroll was celebrated at 9 a.m. Monday in Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. LeoLenz, V.F. Pallbearers were Kenneth Stickrod, Kevin Stickrod, William, Danny, John and Tom Buldt. Interment was in St. Ann's Cemetery, Vail, where commital rites were conducted by the Rev. Harold Cooper. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended from Omaha, Neb.; Exira, Vail, Carroll and surrounding community. Miss Brogan, a retired Army nurse, died June 29 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Reception for Texas Couple A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schneider was held at the Knights of Columbus lounge Friday evening. Schneider the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider of Carroll was married to the former Gail Holder, June 22 in San Angelo, Texas. Out of town relatives and friends that attended the reception were Mrs. Dale Smith, Mrs. Jenny Wiesner of Wichita, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Green and sons Jeff and Craig and Mrs. Helen Nixon of Emporia, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Busch of Topeka, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schulze of Olpe, Kan.; Dr. and Mrs. Dan Gascheof Minburn; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson of Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnhin u of Jefferson.'Relatives and friends from Denison, Vail, Wall Lake, Westside, Ute, Charter Oak and Scranton also attended. • DOT (Continued From Page 1) is a Ray appointee to the Iowa Highway Commission in 1971. Reed, an officer in Reed Motors, Inc., was also named by Ray to the highway commission in 1971. Garst, president of the Garst Co. of Coon Rapids, has been a highway commissioner since 1968. Mrs. Pellegreno, who was named recently to the aeronautics commission, is an author-lecturer and housewife. She is a licensed commerical pilot and in 1967 traced the route of Amelia Earhart in a 30th anniversary solo flight around the world. Schoelerman is a partner of Petersen Sheep and Cattle Co..Inc., Spencer. McGrath, who farms near Melrose, is chairman of the Monroe County Board of Supervisors. He is also chairman of four-county Rural Community Development Board in that area. Thorns, a officer in the Dubuque Bank and Trust Co., was elected mayor of Dubuque in 1973 after two years service on the Dubuque city council. Kiter Hurt in Plunge at Black Hawk LAKE VIEW, Iowa (AP)-A Des Moines man was injured when he became entangled in a cord to the large kite he was hanging onto while being towed by a motor boat at Black Hawk Lake Sunday. Sac County authorities said Boag Chumbley was at an altitude of about 450 feet when he instructed his boat operator to reduce speed so that he qouid descend. The boat slowed, then speeded up and Chumbley got caught in the cord, authorities said. He plunged about 100 feet into the water and received a broken ankle and a back injury. He was hospitalized at Sac City. for catholic Lead-Free Gas Charities Unit * An all out effort is being made to find someone to staff a branch office of the Catholic Charities in Carroll, according to director of casework, Wayne Allen. Nationwide advertisements have been circulated seeking someone to fill the job. Finding an applicant with the appropriate qualities, willing to live in a smaller town is difficult, Allen said. Because of rising demand for the services in the Carroll area, Catholic Charities expects to place a branch office in the Carroll area within the year, James Taylor, director of Catholic Charities said. It was inadvertently stated in a June 25 issue of the Carroll Daily Times Herald that the total case count for the 24 counties in the diocese Catholic Charitites have serviced since Jan. 1,1974 was 51 cases. However, a total of 659 cases have been serviced. Fifty-one cases have been serviced in the Carroll area over this period of time. Lappe (Continued From Page 1) party swam to shore to search for Lappe, and then began diving near the raft for him.' Members of the rescue unit of the Lake View fire department were called to the scene. Sac County Medical Examiner Dr. C. E. Lierman, Lake View, pronounced Lappe dead at the scene. Mass of the resurrection for Lappe will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Church at Willey by the Rev. James Fangman. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll. Friends may call after 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Twit Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Monday and at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Tuesday. Lappe was born in Carroll Sept. 15, 1954. His mother is the former Ann Naberhaus. He graduated in 1972 from Kuemper High School and was a mechanic at Reinart Automotive in Carroll. He was a member of St. Mary's Church at Willey. Surviving besides his parents-are two brothers,'Leo J. at home, and Virgil H. of Glidden; grandmother, Mrs. John Lappe of Carroll; and a niece, Carolyn Ann Lappe. Another brother, Vincent, preceded him in death. $70,000 is Raised for Iowa Demos utis MU1NES, Iowa (AP)— "I found this very hard to believe that we exceeded last year," says an official of the Iowa Democratic Party's Telethon which received more pledges of cash support than the 1973 fund-raiser. ''We received approximately $70.000 in pledges," said Dean Stoline, Norwalk. "Last year we had pledges of $56.000, with $52,000 in cash actually received." C o n t r ibutions from Oskaloosa weren't available Sunday night for inclusion in the total. The Iowa effort was part of a nationwide Democratic telethon for pledges of support which began at 9 p.m. Saturday and ended at 6 p.m. Sunday. The third annual telethon originated at CBS studios in Los Angeles. In Iowa, pledges of contributions were telephoned to party offices at Ames. Cedar Rapids, Council Bluffs, Davenport, Des Moines, Dubuque. Iowa City, Mason City, Sioux City and Waterloo. "I had my goal set at $40,000, based on the fact that this is an election year and candidates have already taken a lot of the potential political money around," Stoline said Sunday night. "Evidently they didn't get it all." "My observation is that there are a lot of little people in the world who want to participate in the electoral process. We got a lot of $1 to $20 pledges." "If the response we got today is the same as the people will carry to the polls in the general election, I'll be very excited about it." Stoline, who is also in charge of party fund-raising in Iowa, said about 60 per cent of the Iowa contributions last year were from people "who had never done so before, and it might be the same thing this year—a lot of new people. At least I hope so." By The Associated Press Beginning today, America's biggest service stations ' must offer lead-free gasoline to meet requirements of the government's clean air campaign. A nationwide ' survey finds most are ready, willing and able, but not too eager. An Associated Press survey shows that though most - dealers are ready for the conversion, some see problems. Those that aren't so able—the hvgn volume, " two-pump stations found mostly in rural areas— say they'll suffer economic hardship because they are being forced to stop sales of premium gasoline. - The two-pump independents will get it coming and going: While the oil companies are paying for '' expensive pump conversions at their franchised units, & independents must foot that bill themselves. Environmental Protection Agency orders require that gasoline stations with annual sales of more than '',' 200,000 gallons —about one-third of country's ': stations — offer the lead-free fuel starting July 1. ' EL RENO, Okla. (AP)—Nine persons died and 24 were injured Sunday in a flaming_, 18-vehicle pileup '* which Gov. David Hall termed "perhaps the "worst '*< traffic accident in Oklahoma history." Six of the 24 injured remained in an El Reno hospital > today. The chain-reaction collision of 17 cars and a cattle truck occurred in heavy smoke that blew across Interstate 40 at this central Oklahoma community, the " Highw ay Patrol reported. One car slowed after entering the smoke and was ^ struck from the rear, setting off the chain reaction crashes, the patrol said. The smoke came from a grass fire along both sides of the highway, the patrol reported. WASHINGTON (AP) — Mysterious money men are making the rounds of U.S. banks offering to deposit millions of dollars in Arab oil wealth at terms that seem too good to be true. Federal banking officials are convinced it's the newest gimmick of would-be swindlers. Bankers are wary. But some are sufficiently enticed by the prospect of attracting Middle East oil riches ' that they are negotiating with these self-styled money '• brokers. So far, bankers haven't seen any deposits. Federal •- banking officials don't know of anyone who's been bilked. But enforcement officers are closely following one transaction in which an unnamed bank has issued a '-' letter agreeing to accept such deposits and is awaiting -' the alleged Arab funds. Banking officials fear the letter could be used to i swindle another financial institution. Another bank in Louisiana negotiated for three months with a man offering to deposit Arab money. , Then he went to Switzerland to "check with his , principals." The bank since has received postcards \ from Switzerland, but no money. AMES, Iowa (AP)—The State Board of Regents will spend the next few weeks pouring over critical and -- often caustic comments about its proposed merit pay plan for workers who do not teach. The board spent most of Saturday listening to their '' nonacademic workers who traveled to C.Y. Stephens - Auditorium at Iowa State University. The board wanted to know the workers' reaction to a plan that would trim the current 25 pay grades to 15, furnish an average 7 Va per cent pay raise and yield other benefits. Few comments were favorable. "The main thing wrong with the regents' pay plan is that it is the regents' pay plan," declared Pauline Barnett, a library employe at the University of Iowa and president of a union local. The trouble with the plan is that it was developed ,, unilaterally, without important input from the 7,405 ; " nonteachers the board has hired, said the woman, who is president of Local 12, American Federation of State County and Municipal Employes. WASHINGTON (AP) - A 30-day extension for the ' legally expired Export-Import Bank faces heavy , opposition in the House from congressmen who want to curb its credit loans for Soviet trade. The bank's legal authority expired at midnight. The ; JO-day extension was to be considered today under a :, special procedure that required a two-thirds vote for ; approval, , The extension bill is on a busy three-day agenda for , the House before it begins a long July Fourth weekend recess. The Senate is taking the whole week off , The agenda includes a $200 million authorization for Amtrak passenger railroad service and an effort to get the House to reverse its rejection of a $1.5 billion , contribution for loans to poor countries, approved by the Senate. WASHINGTON (AP) _ Former presidential otmsoi Charles W. Colson says the Watergate have created an atmosphere of "revenge and o7i" m " i tha l ufoci f es emphasis on punishment of the criminals rather than the need for political reform. Preparing to enter federal prison next Monday for a sentence of at least one year for obstructing justice for nnhS r "* ^ I***?" f rom Water gate is the need for public financing of political campaigns. OO m3.nV a Hi 1<ZAC KIQUA VM-K-... .... 1 _ J AU i ,f continue st t o apply Band-Aids the patient's gonna die, , the country s gonna hemmorhage for this,'' Colson said m an interview. "We've got to get rid of the system of S IN 7°, N (AP) ~ The Ho "se Judiciary ' 3 f ? y P° liticall y divi ded as it enters the rtv itH „ • m ** achmeni inqui^. faces another party-splitting issue in a vote on opening its hearings. e starts Tuesday and " - N ' J " WantS U done "" the 3l1 has \! I* !^ last Thursda y- Rodino lined up all CAHH > m support of closed hearings. That solidarity has been threatened, however, by published SSS*rf 8 r tl ? gfRodi "° as sa ^ a11 the Dernocrats are ready to vote for impeachment. AMES, Iowa ( AP)-Most people view the repeal of a tax as a good thing. What will the repeal of the state Swans?* ° n f °° d and P resc "Ption^rugs lm ean fo i Dr o?? r 'ff Wi eg jns - a Political science professor at PV?£ f n Um ^ sit y- said th e repeal could mean an extra $ 10 a month for a family of four ' But whether people feel the law is beneficial depends upon their attitude-whether they think saving three cents out of a dollar will help them, Wiggins said if U s going to have an effect politically on the average consumer, he must perceive it as if it would have an effect." Wiggins said fj

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