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Deaths, Funerals | ^^E^!:. .? i Daily Record MRS. CARRIE MONTGOMERY Mrs. Carrie Montgomery, 90, of Carroll died at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 2, at the St. Anthony Nursing Home, where she had resided since February. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be at 2 p.m. Friday in St. Mary's Cemetery at Danbury. Arrangements are in charge of the Twit Funeral Home, where friends may call starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The rosary will be recited at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Wednesday and at 3 and 8p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Montgomery, the former Caroline Welte, was born at Danbury Feb. 10,1884, and attended school there for ten years. She was a daughter of Jacob and Theresa Werner Welte. Her marriage to Lewis E. Montgomery took place at St. Mary's Church, Danbury, in August, 1903, and they came to Carroll County in the spring of 1927. She was a member of Holy Spirit Church and Women's Guild. Surviving are six children including Mrs. Gilbert (Mildred) Howard, Delbert F., Mrs. George J. (Elayne) Busche and Edwin E., all of Carroll, Everette of Aberdeen, S.D., and Louis E. of Waterloo; 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mary Wessling of Carroll; and a brother, Frank Weite of Danbury. Mrs. Montgomery was preceded in death by her husband, two sisters and four brothers. Deanna Peters in Denmark Deanna Peters, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Peters of Carroll, is spending the summer in Denmark under the Youth for Understanding program. Miss Peters graduated from Carroll High School this spring. She left for Denmark June 26 and is expected to return Aug. 28. The address of her host family is Jens Jespersen; Arupgard A834; Hammesshos, Denmark. Not Cheap I n Barrow, Alaska , northernmost community in the United States, a medium-size watermelon sells for more than $8. Mrs. Carrie Montgomery Carroll — Ag« 90 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Rosary Wednesday at B p.m. and 8:45 p.m. Rosary Thursday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection 10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Leni, V.F. Officiating Final Resting Place Burial 2 p.m.at St. Mary's Cemetery Danbury, Iowa MRS. MINNIE VOGEL WALL LAKE - Mrs. Minnie Vogel, 90, of Wall Lake died Monday, July 1, at Twilight Acres Nursing Home here. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Peace Lutheran Church, Wall Lake, with burial in the Wall Lake Cemetery. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Wall Lake is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Vogel is survived by three sons, Paul and Eugene of Wall Lake and Martin of Pennsylvania; five daughters, Mrs. Fred Wilken and Mrs. Melinda Longman of Sac City, Mrs. Orlando Schrooten of Iowa City, Mrs. Thomas Zadow of Wall Lake and Mrs. Edward Fuller of Minnesota; 27 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren. MRS. MILLIE WESTROM LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Millie J. Westrom, 67, died at her rural Lake View home Tuesday, July 2. Funeral rites will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Peace Lutheran Church, Wall Lake, with burial in Ferguson Cemetery, Lake View. Friends may call at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Lake View. Mrs. Westrom was born in Sac County and lived in the Lake View area all of her life. She is survived by a son Loren of Stacey, Minn.; a daughter, Mrs. Marvin Rohde of Lake View; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; three brothers, Ehrhardt Hunziker of Lake View, Arthur Hunziker of Sac City and Werner Hunziker of California; and three sisters, Mrs. Everett Kane of Colorado, Mrs. Paul Vogel of Wall Lake and Mrs. Ella Wingerson of California. Water Rate Raise Approved DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The average Iowa Public Service Co. customers in LeMars using 25,000 gallons of water every three months will pay $2.50 more per quarter, the Iowa Commerce Commission has decided. The commission said Tuesday that it approved a water rate increase proposed by the Sioux City-based utility. The 15 per cent increase will generate $23,600 based on 1973 sales. The higher rates went into effect provisionally on June 2. Nice Rice Two alcoholic beverages are derived from rice. Sake, the national drink of Japan; and Sarnshu, a Chinese drink. Both are really types of beer. Louis W. Drees Carroll - Age 74 Rosary Wednesday at 3 p.m. 8 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. by the Knights of Columbus Elks Memorial Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mass of the Resurrection 1 p.m. Thursday at St. Lawrence Church. Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry Karhoff Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT TWIT lams Sales Tax (Continued From Page 1) for the candy bars. The most confusing situation for grocery stores is whether food sold in delicatessen departments is to be taxed. Delicatessen food is taxed if it is eaten at the store. But if it is taken through a checkout line to be eaten outside the grocery, it usually isn't. Delicatessen food that is prepared as a complete meal and has eating utensils with it such as paper plates or plastic forks is taxable no matter where it is eaten. Another grocery store problem area is the dietary food section, Sheldahl said. Dietary food such as diet puddings, canned liquid diet lunches, saccharin and salt substitutes are tax free, as they are considered food. But preparations designed to curb appetites of dieters are taxed. Although the revenue department has received numerous calls to clear up confusion over what foods are taxable, Sheldahl said he has had few questions concerning what drugs are taxable. All drugs that require a prescription are tax exempt. With the exception of diabetic supplies, all other medicines are taxed. Markets CHICAGO (AP) — Brazil, a major competitor abroad in the sale of farm products, embargoed soybean exports and the soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade shot up to limits today. There were some limit moves on the opening and within minutes of the first bell, then prices retreated in the bean pit. Soybean meal was up $5 a ton early and oil rose some 60 points. Because of the strong activity in the soybean complex, grains also were attractive to buyers. Wheat rose 12 cents, while oats and corn were up 4 cents. The trade was surprised over the Brazil announcement. In recent weeks that country had been selling soybeans to European customers. With the door shut to some sales now U.S. soybeans will be more attractive. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — (USDA) - Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 3,500; barrows and gilts uneven; weights 210-300 Ibs mostly steady, instances 25 higher; weights under 210 Ibs and over 300 Ibs weak to 1.00 lower; 1-3 210-240 Ibs 39.0039.50; 240-260 Ibs 38.00-39.25; sows generally steady, some sales over 500 Ibs 25 higher; 320-625 Ibs 28.25-30.00. Cattle: 2,000; steers 25-50 higher; heifers steady to 25 up; cows 50-1.50 lower; load high choice and prime 1,062 Ib steers 44.35; choice 1,000-1,250 Ib 42.50-43.75; part-load choice and prime 1,000 Ib heifers and load choice 925 Ibs 43.00; choice 850-1,025 Ibs 41.00-42.25; utility and commercial cows 27.00-28.50. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-( USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Wednesday 40,000; actual receipts Tuesday 66,000; week ago 42,000; year ago holiday. Movement very slow; demand generally poor; butchers steady to 50 lower, mostly 25-50 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 36.25-36.75; plants 36.50-37.00; sows steady to 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 26.75-28.50. |ln Respect to the Memory of| LOUIS W. DREES the DREES OIL COMPANY Will Be Closed All Day Thursday, July 4th MAGISTRATE COURT (Frank Gach, Raymond Snook and Martin Tan Creti) Traffic Violations- Michael J. Brincks, Carroll, stop or .yield, $25; Dale Gehling, Carroll, prohibited passing, $20; Ronald Petersen, Westside, improper stopping, $10; Kevin Gillman, Carroll, no valid license, $10; Robert Klaus, Carroll, meeting and turning to the right, $20; Donna Hudgin, Auburn, failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead, $8; Thomas L. Schwarzkopf, Breda, unlawful U turn, $6; Gerald Hinze, Carroll, control of vehicle, $15; Terry J. Eischeid, Carroll, stop sign, $8; John R. Ohde, Manning, speed, $20; Robert A. Schulte, Carroll, traffic control device, $15; Janet R. Sunderman, Carroll, control of vehicle, $8. Improper Sale— John Grettenberg, Coon Rapids, sale of vehicle without inspection certificate attached, $100, and issuing a registration applied for paper plate without collecting the registration fee, $5. (Scheduled Violations) Traffic Fines- Kenneth A. Wallin, Brooten, Minn., truck speed, $20; Benjamin H. Griffin, Ocala, Fla., stop light, $20; Robert E. Hoffman, Dedham, speed, $20; William F. Schultes, Dedham, speed, $20; Howard B. Tunink, Carroll, speed, $20; Mark F. Kerkhoff, Audubon, speed, $20; Terry D. Hamer, Pisgah, speed, $20; Thomas A. Reiter, Carroll, speed, $20; Michael J. Pudenz, Carroll, speed, $20; Steven Mohr, Manning, muffler, $10; Martin J. Schumacher, Carroll, speed, $20; Ronald D. Petersen, Westside, muffler, $10; Donald J. Wieland, Carroll, no slow-moving-vehicle emblem, $5; Dale Berns, Glidden, no slow-moving-vehicle emblem, $5; Jimmy D. Creger, Clarion, operation without registration, $20. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission July 1— Darcy L. Lohrmann, Manilla Admissions July 2— Miss Roxanne C. Ferden, Carroll Marcell M. Reising, Wall Lake Mrs. William A. Zitzlsperger, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Allan Malcom, Coon Rapids, a daughter, Tuesday GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.70 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.78 Oats 1.30 COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Dappen and Barclay Land and Cattle Company, Manning, American trailer; Keane L. Lucht, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Norbert J. or Thelma Koester, Breda, Ford; Vernon H. Noelck, Carroll, International; Don Edmonds, Carroll, Ford; Wayne T. or Lois G. Harmening, Carroll, Buick; Dappen and Barclay Land and Cattle Company, Manning, Ken worth. Real Estate Transfers- Ronald and Linda Ratzlaff to Cyral G. and Lena E. Oakes, Lot 8, Block 1, Wattle's First Addition to Carroll. John J. Ragaller and Patricia J. Ragaller to Frank L. and Marsha D. Comes, Lot 9, Block 2, Bromert Addition to Carroll. Agnes M. Schultz to Five Fifty-Six Company, Inc., Lot 3, Block 16, Original Town of Carroll. Inez C. Kasperbauer to Wilbert and Geneva Dentlinger, Lot 2, Block 4, Whitney's Addition to Carroll. Donald J. and LaDeane Casey to Kenneth W. and Sheila J. Burkett, Part of Lot 1 and all of Lot 2, Block 5, Henkenius Addition to Carroll. Dennis J. and Janice M. College Level Courses to be Offered This Fall The Des Moines Area Community College, in coopter.ation with. Car roll Community High School, is planning to offer college level courses in Carroll this fall, according to Kriss W. Philips, instructional coordinator with the college. If there is enough interest, he said, the classes will be offered in three 12-week quarters beginning in September. The courses will be available at night from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuition for the classes will be at the regular rate charged by the college, $13 per quarter hour. All credits earned through the roiir«ses may be transferred and applied to a bachelor degree at all major colleges and universities. Philips said. The questionnaire below indicates the courses which can be made available in Carroll. Persons interested in the college credit courses are asked to complete the questionnaire and mail it to: Kriss Philips, Coordinator of Extension and Off Campus Classes, Des Moines Area Community College, 2006 Ankeny Blvd., Ankeny, Iowa, 50021; or Allen N. Stroh, Superintendent, Carroll Community Schools, 1026 North Adams Street, Carroll. Iowa, 51401. 1. I am interested in taking college credit courses? _Yes No__ 2. I am a high school graduate Yes__ No__: a veteran Yes_ No_ 3. Please check courses in which you would be interested in enrolling: -Intro, to Business -Accounting 1 -Business Law -Economics -Art Appreciation -Freshman English -Intro, to Literature -Science Fiction -Music Appreciation -Intro, to Mass Communications —Intro, to Education Prin. of Elementary Math —Survey of World Geography —U.S. History —Am. National Government General Psychology —Intro, to Sociology College Algebra Other_ Name- Address- The Weather IOWA FORECAST Showers and thundershowers likely tonight over most of the state and turning cooler. Partly sunny Thursday and cooler. Low tonight low 60s northwest, low 70s southeast. High Thursday 80s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday through Sunday- Chance of scattered showers or thundershowers mostly in the north and west sections late Friday through Sunday. Highs in 80s Friday, warming to 90s by Sunday. Lows mostly in the 60s. STORMY The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy ot Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 98 Yesterday's low 77 At 7 a.m. today 73 At 10a.m. today 72 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 10a.m.) .32in. rain Weather A Year Ago— An early-morning rainstorm dumped 1.53 inches of rain in Carroll before 7 a.m. a year ago today, adding to water damage experienced earlier in the week. Temperatures included 71 degrees at 7 a.m. and 77 at 10a.m. Detasseling Jobs Available Detasseling jobs are still available, Max Goodvin, new manager of the Carroll office of the Iowa Employment Security Commission, announced today. Students who have been unsuccessful in finding summer employment can earn up to $250 by detasseling for one of the local seed corn companies. The companies pay $1.75 to $1.85 an hour and more on weekends. The work should start between July 12-15 and last 10 days to two weeks. Interested persons who are at least 14 years old and have a Social Security number are urged to sign up as soon as possible at the Iowa Employment -Security Commission, located at 510 North Clark. Loew et al to Dale J. and Lynn R. Irlbeck, Lot 4, Block 81, Eleventh Addition to Carroll. Francis L. and Marie Sharp to Sharp Funeral Home, Inc., Lots 6 and 7, Block 47, Third Addition to Carroll. Estate of Mina L. McCoy to Merle Wiedemeier, Lots 9 and 10, Block 12; Lanesboro. Mildred E. Joens to Town of Manning, Lot 10, Block 4, and Lot 25, Resub. of Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 4, Manning. Northwest Realty Corp. to Robert E. Badding and James B. Heinrichs, Part of NWV 4 and Part of SWViNEVi, all in Sec. 23, Twp. 84N., Range 35W. Francis L. and Marie C. Sharp to Sharp Funeral Homes, Inc., Lots 1, 2 and 3, Irreg. Sur. NWV4NEV4, Sec. 13, Twp. 85 N., Range 36W. Leroy H. and Margaret E. Wiebers to Robert L. Wiebers, one-third interest in part of SW/4 and part of SE'/iSW 1 /^ all in Sec. 18, Twp. 84N., Range 36W. Magistrate Court Criminal Trespass- Three persons, employees of theT.A.G. Amusement Shows, were arrested by Breda police Tuesday night and charged with criminal trespass. The three were arrested for allegedly swimming in the Breda pool after hours. Charged were Earl J. Turner, Flint, Mich.; Richard Bolinger, Niles, Mich.; and Grant F. Rammeen, Fort Dodge. They pleaded guilty to the .charge in Magistrate Martin Tan Creti's court and were each fined $25. Police Department Car-Pickup Accident— A pickup truck driven by Louette M. King and a car driven by Cletus L. Burgart, both of Carroll, were in collision on Grant Road near U.S. 30 Tuesday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Burgart vehicle~was southbound on Grant Road and stopped for a traffic light, and the King vehicle was backing from a parking lot, police said. No injuries were reported. Dental Plan is Announced Robert E. Glenn, D.D.S., president and chairman of the board of the Delta Dental Plan of Iowa, announced today that the prepaid dental care organization has retained Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Iowa to provide administrative and marketing services. Dr. Glenn said the service agreement, effective Monday, July 1, is the result of over a year of thoughtful study by Delta board members and participating dentists in Iowa. He said the nonprofit prepaid dental corporation founded in Iowa four years ago is part of a national effort to place preventative, diagnostic and restorative dental care within the financial reach of every citizen. More than 8.00 practicing dentists in the state have demonstrated their support of this prepaid dental plan. "The cost efficiency gained through our service agreement with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Iowa will enable Delta Dental to offer better dental health care to the public at the lowest possible cost,'' said Glenn. Publisher, 39, Stricken, Dies MILFORD, Iowa (AP)—John Graeber, 39, publisher of the Milford Mail and The Okobojian, died at his home near Milford of an apparent heart attack Wednesday. ^Briefly 4 Killed in Spree MULDROW, Okla. (AP)— Four persons were killed and three were hositalized in a wild shooting, beating and ax-wielding spree in this northeast Oklahoma town Tuesday night. One man was being held in the Sequoyah County Jail. "It was a pretty brutal thing," Sequoyah County Sheriff Abe Walters said. "Our idea is that one man did it all." The shootings, beatings and wielding of the ax handle apparently occurred within about a two-hour period around midnight. The dead were identified as Robert Hewitt, 76, his wife, about 70; George Armstrong, 42; and Clarence Duty, 48. OTTUMWA, Iowa (AP)—Fire gutted a supermarket Wednesday, caused an estimated $500,000 damage and injured two fire fighters. The Hy-Vee Store No. 1 caught fire late Tuesday night in a refrigeration equipment area, authorities said, and spread across the tarpaper roof to the rest of the store. Although night custodian Harold Yenger was in the store when the fire began, he escaped without injury. But Ottumwa fire fighters Stanley Swartz, 32, and Michael Vaughn were taken to a hospital. Attendants said they had inhaled smoke and refrigerant. Both were in fair to good condition. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — Authorities say the names of soul music singer Aretha Franklin, the Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. and other prominent blacks were on two "death lists" compiled by Marcus Wayne Chenault, the man charged with killing Mrs. King Sr. Sgt. Berlyn Compton of the Atlanta Police Department said one of the lists had 10 names and was found in Chenault's apartment at Columbus, Ohio, where he formerly attended Ohio State University. The other list was compiled from police interviews, Compton said. Compton said other names on the lists included the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, and the Rev. "Ike" Eikenkoet- ter, an evangelist. WAUKEE, Iowa (AP)—A husband and wife from this Dallas County community have died of gunshot wounds. Archie Johnson, 54, was found dead of a .38-caliber gunshot wound Tuesday night at his home. His wife, Lay da, 56, died Wednesday in a Des Moines hospital. The Polk County medical examiner, Dr. R.C. Wooters, ruled the deaths a murder-suicide. WASHINGTON (AP) — Former White House aide Egil "Bud" Krogh today acknowledged writing a letter a year ago that contradicts his testimony linking John D. Ehrlichman to the planning of the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's pyschiatrist. Both Krogh, 34, and David R. Young, another former Ehrlichman aide, testified Tuesday in the Plumbers trial that there was never any question during their planning discussions with Ehrlichman that men hired by the White House would enter the psychiatrist's office without the doctor's consent or knowledge. However, Krogh acknowledged today that a letter he wrote when he resigned from his post as undersecretary of the Department of Transportation in May 1973 included the statement that"... agreement to this mission was my responsibility, a step taken in excess of instructions, and without the knowledge or permission of any superior." SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) — C. Arnholt Smith, a friend and backer of President Nixon who once ruled over a billion-dollar banking and industrial empire, has pleaded innocent after being indicted on a charge of conspiring to misapply $170 million in bank funds. Smith, 75, pleaded innocent before a federal magistrate Tuesday after the grand jury returned its 25-count~indictment in U.S. District Court. If convicted on all counts, Smith could be sentenced to 125 years in prison and a fine of $175,000. At the time of the alleged scheme, Smith was president and board chairman of the United States National Bank and Westgate-California Corp., a conglomerate with assets of $200 million in 40 subsidiaries, including a fleet of tuna seiners, seafood canneries, a hotel and Air California, a commercial carrier operating only in California. Last October the bank was declared insolvent, the largest bank failure in U.S. history. Four months later, Westgate-California filed for bankruptcy. WASHINGTON (AP)-There will be a delay in bringing an emergency livestock feeders financial aid bill to the House floor, Rep. Wiley Mayne, R-IoWa, said Wednesday. Rep. Ray Madden, D-Indiana, the Rules Committee chairman, refused to bring the measure out of his committee, Mayne explained. He said Madden could see no need for emergency action. Mayne said Madden would not allow consideration of the matter before July 10. The measure already has passed the Senate, and would aid livestock producers hard-hit by price reversals. WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans have retained a lawyer to advise them on the problems and procedures that would be involved in a presidential impeachment trial, ace o r d i n g to congressional sources. Leading Senate Democrats also are said to be making quiet preparations in case the House votes to impeach President Nixon and sends the matter to the Senate for trial. Senate sources said the Republican policy committee, made up"of the 42 GOP senators, has retained Stephen R. Goldstein, a University of Pennsylvania law professo, to research procedures that would be involved in an impeachment trial. Republican leaders had sought to avoid disclosure of this arrangement, lest it appear they expect to get the case from the House. WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Export-Import Bank has authorized financing for a nuclear project in Yugoslavia despite congressional criticism of the bank's aid to Communist countries. The $176 million in low-cost financing is the first aid from the bank for a nuclear project in a Communist country. It also is the lareest ever for Yugoslavia. Eximbank's granting of low-interest loans and credits to Communist countries, which has increased sharply in the past year, has met sharp criticism in Congress. A number of congressmen object to extending low-interest financing to Communist nations—and other nations as well —while domestic firms must borrow .funds at interest rates above 10 per cent for their purchases and investments. So

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