Deaths, Funerals HAROLD B. BRADLEY AUBURN - Harold B. Bradley, 65, of Auburn, formerly of Lake View, died Thursday, July 18, at Loring Hospital, Sac City, after a long illness. Services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home here, with the Rev. George Brighton officiating. Pallbearers were Stan Ray, Glen Kolbe, George Kolbe, Lloyd Smith, Delmar Phillips and Jasper Therkelson. Burial was in Ferguson Cemetery, Lake View. Mr. Bradley, son of Clyde and Bessie Brown Bradley, was born April 19, 1905, in Davis County. Surviving are his wife, Lenore; his mother, Mrs. Bess Bradley of Milton; and two sisters, Mrs. Wilbur (Marguerite) Cook of Fairfield and Mrs. Marshall (Pauline) Bell of Marion. MARY E. RIORDAN BOONE — Miss Mary E. Riordan, 104, died Saturday, July 20, in Boone. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at the Schroeder Funeral Home here. Miss Riordan was a school teacher in the Boone County School system and a member of the Sacred Heart Parish in Boone. Miss Riordan was the aunt of Mrs. Edward Feld of Carroll. MRS. ADAM BRABAND Carroll friends have received word of the death of Mrs. Adam (Susanna) Braband, 101, of Portland, Ore., formerly of Carroll. She died July 3 at Portland, where rites were held July 6. Mrs. Braband is survived by two daughters, Minnie Braband and Mrs. Cordelia Braband Stadler, with whom she lived. Her husband and son, Al, preceded her in death. She was born at Dyersville Sept. 3,1872. MICHAEL LEITZ LAKE VIEW - Funeral services were held at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church here at 10:30 a.m. Saturday for Michael Leitz, 21, of Lake View, who died July 17 at Loring Hospital, Sac City, of injuries received in a motorcycle accident south of Lytton earlier that evening. The Rev. H. W. Kramer officiated. Pallbearers were John Drilling, Sonny Rath, Mike Quistorf, Bruce Tjaden, Lydell Tjaden and Ralph Schultz. Mrs. Walter Schramm was organist and Mrs. James Fertig, vocal soloist. Burial was in Ferguson Cemetery, under direction of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Lake View. Mr. Leitz, son of LeRoy and Marjorie Joan McClintock Leitz, was born at Sac City April 1, 1953. He is survived by his parents, of Lake View; four sisters, his grandmother and a nephew. WILLIAM F. ROHLFING SAC CITY - William F. Rohlfing, 75, Sac City died Saturday, July 20 at home after a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the American Lutheran Church, Lytton. Arrangements are being handled by the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home in Sac City. Interment will be in Fairfield Township Cemetery, Albert City. Mr. Rohlfing was a retired farmer. He is survived by his wife Olivette; one son Robert, Omaha; two daughters, Mrs. Joe Rosenberger, Marion, and Mrs. Dick Cafferty, Omaha; 13 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Orrie Russell, Sac City and Mrs. Walter Warren, Pomeroy and one brother Albert of Lytton. MRS. HENRY LEITING HALBUR — Final rites for Mrs. Henry (Josephine) Leiting, 92, of Halbur were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. Augustine's Church here with the Rev. C. A. Ahmann officiating. A large number of the members of the Ladies Guild of Halbur formed an honor guard at the church. Pallbearers were Jerry Berg, Eugene Schrad, Dennis Leiting, Kenneth Sanders? Kenneth Schrad and Larry Leiting. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Leiting died Tuesday morning, July 16, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. 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Only 26.88 for *8-cylinder cars. 14,000 MILE GUARANTEE 78-SERIES, 4-PLY NYLON CORD AIR CUSHION TIRE Times Herald, Carroll, la. «% Monday, July 22, 1974 A mi i tttff rttf tiiliitfif intiiitiintiiitMf iiitMi Mrs. Milton Goddard, South Sioux City, Neb.; Mrs. Leo O'Brien, Yankton, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schrad and Harold Wintz, Omaha; Alvin Leiting, West Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lilly, Fonda; Mrs. J. R. Leiting and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanrahan of Denison; Larry Leiting and son Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Art Petersohn of Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Helen Naber, Ayrshire; Virgil Na ber, Spencer and surrounding towns. MRS. CLYDE C. HUFFERD COON RAPIDS - Final rites for Mrs. Clyde C. (Nora) Hufferd, 88, were held Monday, July 22 at 11 a.m. in the Christian Church here with the Rev. Dan King and Rev. Ken Watson officiating. Interment was in the Willow Township Cemetery. Ohde Funeral Home in Coon Rapids was in charge of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Hufferd died Friday, July 19 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. A daughter of Adolf and Delia Ayers McLaughlin, she was born near Coon Rapids, Dec. 22, 1885. She was graduated from Coon Rapids High School and attended Drake University and taught school in the area. She was married to Clyde C. Hufferd at Coon Rapids, Feb. 9,1910. She was a member of the Christian Church of Coon Rapids and served as financial secretary for many years. Surviving are two sons, Ivan Hufferd, Hedrick; Paul Hufferd, Adel; a daughter, Mrs. William Rogan, Scranton; 13 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; one brother, Walter McLaughlin and one sister Irene Bower, Coon Rapids. Her husband, infant daughter, son Dwight, two sisters, two brothers, and four grandchildren preceded her in death. Pallbearers were David Hufferd, Phillip Hufferd, Richard Rogan, Steven Hufferd, Larry Murphy and Robert Ford. Singers were Sam and Corrine Cretzinger and organist was Mrs. Don Ridgeway. HARRY WILLIAM RICE LAKE CITY - Services for Harry William Rice, 76, will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Huffman Memorial Chapel here. The Rev. John Holland will officiate.-Interment will be in the Lake City Cemetery and military honors will be given by the, VFW and American Legion. Huffman Memorial Chapel are in charge of funeral arrangements. Mr. Rice died Saturday July 21 at the Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City. The son of Frank and Flora Shearer Rice, he was born Jan. 7, 1898 and lived all of his life here. He married Fern Christiansen, who survives, Juns 20, 1929 in Webster County and was a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge here and a World War I veteran. He was a carpenter. Surviving are his wife, one daughter Mrs. Larry Nile of Vancouver, Wash., one brother Archie Rice of Lake City and one grandson, Terry. His parents, one sister and one brother preceded him in death. BRIAN DAVID BAUER LAKE CITY - Services for Brian David Bauer, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bauer of West Des Moines, wilp be held West Des Moines. will be held the Zion Lutheran Church of Auburn. Pastor Theo. Letzring will officiate. Interment will be in the Oaklawn Cemetery in Auburn. Friends may call at the Huffman Memorial Chapel after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Brian died Sunday, July 21 in Lake View of injuries suffered in a boating accident at Black Hawk Lake. He was born Nov. 11, 1964 in Omaha and has lived the past two years with his parents in West Des Moines. Surviving are his parents Mr. and Mrs. David Bauer, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Keith Irwin, Lake View; grandfather Chris Bauer, Auburn; great-grandfather Ross Irwin, Lake View. His grandmother Ester Bauer, Auburn and great-grandmother Hazel Irwin, Lake View preceded him in death. MRS. ELMER BRUS GLIDDEN — Services for Mrs. Elmer (Elta Lena) Brus. rural Scranton, were held at the Peace Lutheran Church here Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Paul Bussert officiated. Burial was at Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Pallbearers were Wavne Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Leroy Dozer Service, Arcadia, International; Quintin or Delores Bentley, Glidden, Buick; William J. Clinton, Carroll, Chevrolet; John Berger, Carroll, Chevrolet. HIGHWAY PATROL Four Injured- Matthew Bauer, 21, Carroll, is listed in satisfactory condition at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here with injuries suffered Saturday night when a car in which he was riding, driven by Dean J. Hoffman, Carroll, went into the ditch south on Grant Road near Swan Lake, Iowa State Trooper Donald Dreessen, Carroll, reported. Hoffman, Steven Auen and James Nurse were treated and released at the Carroll hospital following the accident, Dreessen said. Truck Overturns— A truck driven by Donald Fonda, 18, Carroll, overturned and spilled about 450 bushels Brus, James Center, Douglas Hoeppner, Dean Stuhr, Donald Stuhr and David Stuhr. The organist was Mrs. Larold Riese. Miss Karla Knute sang "Rock of Ages," "Abide With Me" and "My Faith Looks Up to Thee." Mrs. Brus died Wednesday at the Carroll County Health Center. Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. JOHN J. WALSH COON RAPIDS — Services for John J. Walsh were held Monday, July 22, at the Annunciation Church in Coon Rapids at 9:30 a.m. and July 19 at 7:30 p.m. at Christ the King Church in Mesa, Ariz. Mr. Walsh died Thursday, July 18 in Phoenix, Ariz. Born April 20, 1889 in St. Anthony, Iowa, he retired to Mesa, Arizona in 1966. Surviving is wife Edith, children, Clifford Walsh, Middleriver. Minn.; Clare Walsh, Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs. Ellen Armstrong, Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. Thelma Pyle, Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs. Ann McDaniels, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Miss Ethel Walsh, Los Angeles Calif.; 17 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; one brother Joe Walsh of Coon Rapids, and two sisters, Mrs. Mamie Cult, of Coon Rapids and Mrs. Margaret Hansen of Granger. Ohde Funeral Home was in charge of the Coon Rapids funeral arrangements. MRS. HARRY (DAISY) BETENBENDER LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Mrs. Harry (Daisy) Betenbender, 81, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 24 at the Woodlawn Church here. The Rev. John Holland will officiate. Interment will be in the Lake City Cemetery. Friends may call at the Huffman Memorial Chapel here after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Betenbender died early Monday, July 22 at Shady Oaks Nursing Home here. A daughter of Willis Buttolph and Nancy Johnson, she was born Nov. 15,1892. She lived near Lake City her entire life and was married to Harry Betenbender June 3, 1914 in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Betenbender was a member of Woodlawn Christian Church here and a telephone operator in the area for 20 years. She was a member of Business Professional Women. Surviving is one sister Mrs. Wilbur Chase of Lake City. Her husband and three brothers preceded her in death. DON K. LINN SCRANTON — Services for Don Keith Linn, 49, of rural Scranton were held Friday at 10:30 a.m. in the United Methodist Church, here with the Rev. David Barker officiating. Burial was at the Scranton Cemetery. Organist was Karol Teeters, who played "How Great Thou Art" and "Beyond the Sunset." Pallbearers were Don Baker, Lambert Reicks, Dean Gibson, Forest Gibson, Rich Christian, Duane Eberle, Vance Henning and James Gleason. Mr. Linn died Tuesday at the Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson. Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. of shelled corn on a county road two miles south of Carroll Monday morning State Trooper Larry Long reported. The truck was traveling north on U.S. 71 and turned onto the gravel road. Fonda said the truck's brakes malfunctioned. The truck belonged to Lawrence Neppl Trucking, Halbur. Long reported Fonda was taken to a local doctor's office to treat a bruised arm. Democrats Name Davis HUMESTON, Iowa (AP)— Jim Davis, Centerville, has been chosen in a special Democratic party election in Iowa's 47th senatorial district to replace John Kruzich as the party's senate candidate. Kruzich withdrew from the race last week citing campaign finance difficulties. Legal Notices About pennies since 1909. 85 billion Lincoln have been minted MAGISTRATE COURT (Raymond Snook and Martin TanCreti) Traffic Fines- Joe M. Wempe, Breda, no valid license, $5; Harley Fossehn, Hamlin, stop or yield, $10; Dale Nobiling, Westside, muffler, $10; Steven J. Kramer, Carroll, disobedience to signal of train, $10; Steven Mohr, Westside, reckless driving, $50; Larry L. Fowler, Carroll, yield, $20; Mark Knobbe, Auburn, yield when turning left, $20; William Neumayer, Carroll, speed, $30; Annamae Rotert, Halbur, no drivers license, $15; Harry Hamers, Carroll, striking unattended vehicle, $10; Robert Schulte, Carroll, failure to appear,$25; Daniel Anthofer, Coon Rapids, owner permitting a violation by driver, $25; David Drake, Coon Rapids, reckless driving, $25 and disobedience to a traffic signal, $25; Thomas J. Vanderheiden, Carroll, reckless driving, $100; Johnnie K. Davis, Coon Rapids, traffic signal, $8; John K. Trimble, Coon Rapids, improper left turn, $8; Jerry L. Yager, Coon Rapids, reckless driving, $25; Linda Conrad, Carroll, stop sign, $8; Peter W. Marz, Carroll, speed, $20; Daniel J. Grossman, Carroll, speed, $20; Pamela A. Foley, Manning, improper passing, $10; Steven F. Mohr, Manning, control of vehicle, $20; Robert L. Weiskircher, Manning, yield, $20. Beer Violations— Daniel W. Muhlbauer,. Manilla, possession of beer by minor, $25; Paul L. Muhlbauer, Arcadia, possession of beer by a minor, $25; Dale Williams, Manning, possession of beer by a minor, $25; Dale J. Muhlbauer, Manning, possession of beer by a minor, $25; Terrance Molle, Carroll, consuming beer on the highway, $20. Trespass- John Hoffman, Carroll, criminal trespass, $25. (Scheduled Violations) Traffic Fines- Garry L. Shriver, vehicle in unsafe condition, $10; Richard H. Huegerich, Breda, no slow-moving-vehicle emblem, $5; Marion H. McCory, Storm Lake, speed, $20; Kathleen A. Fairchild, Glidden, speed, $20; Linda L. Davis, Carroll, speed, $20; Shirley M. Odendahl, Carroll, speed, $20; William F. Cobb, Fort Dodge, speed, $20; Robert A. Everly, Kansas City, Mo., speed, $20; Randy Saunders, Manning, speed, $20; Delmar Clipperton, Manning, muffler, $10; Timothy Deierling, Carroll, speed, $20; Thomas L. Dentlinger, Lidderdale, muffler, $10; Dale R. Reiling, Carroll, speed, $20; Denise Cook, La Vista, Neb., muffler, $10; Gary M. Rohner, Carroll, speed, $20; Kenneth F. Wells, Carroll, speed, $20; Mark W. Mitchell, Humboldt, speed, $20; Ronald B. Sundrup, Arcadia, speed, $20; Dale M. Forke, Carroll, speed, $20; Meredith M. Schultz, Kiron, speed, $20. Parking- Joe Burgart, Carroll, overtime parking, $3. Dog at Large- Chuck Dattelbaum, Carroll, dog at large, $3. Highway Commission— Jimmy C. Weeks, Foley. Ala., no reciprocity authority. $10. SHERIFF'S OFFICE One-Car Accident— A car driven by James J. Nieland, Carroll, struck and killed a calf owned by Walter W. Tigges, Carroll, Sunday on a gravel road about four and a half miles southeast of the Carroll Country Club, Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass reported. Public Intoxication Arnold E. Olerich, Dallas, Texas, was arrested Saturday on a charge of public intoxication after a car he was driving struck a parked car in the Safeway Stores parking lot here, Deputy Sheriff Ferman Stout reported. Olerich was released to the custody of Harry Bohnenkamp, Roselle. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accidents— A car driven by Jean M. Loneman, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Mario Weitl, Carroll. Sunday while backing from a driveway at 103 West Bluff Street, police reported. Cars driven by Allan M. Peterson, Carroll, and Susan J. Schulte, Bellevue, Wash., were in collision on U.S. 30 near Main Street Sunday, police reported. The front of the Schulte vehicle was in collision with the rear of the Peterson vehicle as both were westbound on the highway, and the Peterson vehicle was turning into the Safeway Stores parking lot, police said. No injuries were reported in either accident. Car-Bike Accident- Jennifer Dostal, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dostal, Carroll, was taken to her home after suffering bruises when the bicycle she was riding collided with a car driven by Randy L. Dvorak, Carroll, at the intersection of North West Street and Eighteenth Place Saturday evening, police reported. The accident occurred as the Dvorak vehicle was southbound on North West Street, and the bicycle was entering North West Street from Eighteenth Place, police said. Three-Car Accident— A car driven by Wenonah G. Rohner, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Gayle Schlerman, Carroll, which in turn struck a parked car owned by Roscoe J. Sapp, Carroll, Saturday on Main Street near Third Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Rohner vehicle was southbound on Main Street, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions July 17— Otis Teter, Coon Rapids Kenneth Schumacher, Coon Rapids Miss Mary Jo Lappe, Carroll Admissions July 18— Charles Conner, Glidden Raymond Hahn, Carroll Mrs. Nora Hufferd, Scranton Tracy Porsch, Hamlin Ellsworth Hays, Hamlin STATE OF IOWA IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OFFICIAL NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF CARROLL COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given that Russell Vande Krol, doing business as Lynnville Transport, Sully, Iowa (transferor) and Hellman Trucking Co., Inc Pilot Grove, Iowa (transferee) have filed a joint application for the Commission's approval of the transfer of Liquid Transport Carrier Certificate of Convenience and Necessity No LC-10 which authorizes the transportation of liquid products in bulk between all points in the State of 'The Commission has fixed Tuesday, September 10, 1974 ten 10-00) o'clock a.m. at the office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission, 4th & Walnut Streets, Des Moines, Iowa, as the time and p ace for public hearing on the application. Any objections to the transfer of this operating authority must be filed in writing with the Commission no later than September 5,1974. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Maurice Van Nostrand, Chairman Fred Moore, Commissioner Howard Bell, Commissioner (SEAL) ATTEST: Dean A. Briley, Secretary Docket No. DLC-419 Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, July 15, 19?4 ' July 22, 29, 1974 Notice of Names of Persons Appearing to be Owners of Abandoned Property NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given of the incorporation under Chapter 496A Code of Iowa, 1973. The name of the corporation is The Rosebush, Inc. The time of the commencement of 'the corporation is June 26, 1974, and the corporation shall continue perpetually thereafter. Said corporation shall have unlimited powers to engage in and to do any lawful acts concerning any or all lawful businesses for which corporations may be organized under this act. The aggregate number of shares which the corporation is authorized to issue is one thousand, being all common stock of the par value of $100.00 per share. The address of the registered office of the corporation is 111 West Fifth Street, Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa 51401 and the name of its initial registered agent at such address is MalickT. Foley. The names and addresses of its directors as designated in its Articles of Incorporation are: MalickT. Foley, 813 W. 21 Carroll, Iowa 51401 Frank B. Nockels 1524 North Carroll Carroll, Iowa 51401 The Rosebush, Inc. by: MalickT. Foley, President Frank B. Nockels, Vice-President Darwin Bunger Kurth & Bunger 225 East Seventh Street Carroll, Iowa 51401 Liquor July 22,1974 Weather Information concerning the amount or description of the personal property and the name and address of the holder may be obtained by any persons possessing ari interest in the personal property by addressing an inquiry to the State Treasurer. If proof of claim is not presented by the owner to the holder and if the owner's right to receive the property is not established to the holder s satisfaction within sixty-five (65) days from the date of the second published notice, the abandoned property will be placed no later than eighty-five (85) days after such publication in the custody of the State Treasurer to whom all further claims must thereafter be directed. MAURICE E. BARINGER Treasurer State of Iowa Ph. (515) 281-5540 CARROLLCOUNTY Baker, Lucille E. Basinger, Dr. Berschied, G. W., 501 18th PI., Carroll, Iowa Boebel, Dr. K. E. Bryant, Sherry E. Butler, William • Corbin, Charles M., Glidden, Iowa Cross, Harold G. Day, George W. Drexler, Z. E. Ericksen, Helen Fennelly, A.M. Irwin, Mrs. Hugh McFarland, Judith McGrane, James P. Nash, Mercedes M. O'Brien, Walter F. Otis, Caroline Palen, Richard D. Peterson, Albert C. Pleasant, Dottie Ritchards, Elizabeth Ritchie, George A., Coon Rapids, Iowa Roetman, Lambert Rome, Elmer Rosacker, Robert Sargent, Richard C. Spellmeyer, Dr. John C. Steenwyk, W. E. Van Swanson, Benola, 1764 N. West St., Carroll, Iowa Thomas, R. D. Touk, Clifford, Rt. 2, Manning, Iowa Trygg, George R. Vollenweider, G. L. Webb, John Werdell. Francis. 72 Center St., Manning, Iowa Wiedner, Melvin J. Woodard, Jerry L. Woods, Ernest B. July 15,22,1974 (Continued From Page 1) troopers to patrol the area to prevent looting. Part of the roof at Sec Taylor stadium, where the Iowa Oaks of the American Association play their home games, was torn off by high winds. Iowa Power and Light Company officials said 200 to 300 homes were without power because of the storm. A spokesman at the weather service office at the Des Moines Airport, which escaped the winds and rain, said forecasters didn't know about the storm until property damage reports were called in. Tornados were sighted near Lone Tree, Tama and Marshalltown overnight but no major damage was reported. Significant rainfall was reported over most of eastern Iowa with more than an inch of rain recorded at many points. Cedar Rapids and Waterloo reported 1.24 inches, Ottumwa .72 inch, Davenport .57, Dubuque .37 and Burlington .04. High temperatures Sunday ranged from 85 degrees at Dubuque to 104 at Des Moines and 110 at Council Bluffs. Overnight lows varied from 75 at Council Bluffs and Des Moines down to 66 degrees at Mason City. There is a chance of thundershowers in the the extreme east Monday night when lows should reach the 60s. Tuesday will be partly cloudy with highs mostly in the 80s. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $6.90 Corn, No. 2 yellow 3.05 Oats 1-45 Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa highway death count through midnight Sunday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—308 Last year to date-^135 Crops (Continued From Page 1) 1.32 million gallons, Clark said. Clark said the water usage figure for Sunday was the lowest of the week, despite the highest temperature of the week, because no major industries were operating that day. Clark continued there is no danger of a water shortage here, as has been the case in several cities in the Midwest, at these pumping rates. "We can handle this amount," Clark said. He estimated the city was pumping water at about 65 per cent capacity last week. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)-Prices crept lower in another slow and inconclusive session in the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 3.83 at 784.11, and losers held a slight edge on gainers at the New York Stock Exchange. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was up .49 at 80.18. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks was down .18 at 43.56. Giant Yellowknife Mines was the Amex volume leader, down % at 18Vs. The issue and other gold stocks pulled back a bit today in profit taking after some strong gains last week. (Continued From Page 1) licenses of whfch approximately 1,300 allowed the holder to serve liquor on Sunday from 12 noon to 10 p.m. Liquor licensees were able to stay open an hour longer on Saturday night, until 2 a.m. Sunday, instead of 1 a.m. The law allowing 18 year-olds to buy liquor went into effect on July 1,1973. During the previous fiscal year, 19-and-20-year-olds were able to buy liquor for the first time because the Legislature had lowed the age of majority from 21 to 19. So in fiscal 1973 sales shot up $7.1 million, the largest annual increase ever. The second highest increase was in 1947 when sales jumped by $5.8 million. The $5.5 million this past year represents the third largest annual gain. James Pedelty, assistant director of the beer and liquor control department, believes a change in the Minnesota law has resulted in fewer younger people making the trek from Minnesota to. purchase liquor in state stores in northern Iowa. A year ago when Iowa allowed 19-and-20-year-olds to purchase liquor, the minimum age in Minnesota was 21. But the age there, Pedelty said, has subsequently been reduced to 18. Although store prices went up in fiscal 1974, Pedelty said the department was able to keep them within 1 to \Vt per cent of total sales. However, another round of price increases is slated for Aug. 1. The price increases over the past year, Pedelty said, represent about 15 to 20 per cent of the $5.5 million overall increase reported by the department. Seven stores each had over $2 million in sales headed by Dubuque with $2,477,763 followed by two stores in Des Moines, one in Beaverdale with $2,199,824 and one in the Eastgate shopping center with $2,170,012, followed by Iowa City, $2,163,495; the downtown Cedar Rapids store, $2,128,971; Urbandale, $2,090,646 and the Cedar Rapids store on Center Point Road, $2,087,646. The store at Iowa City saw its sales drop by $367,296, from $2,530,990 to $2,163,694. The reason is that a new store opened dujing the year at nearby Coralville which had sales of $702,488. While the Dubuque store was number one in sales this year, it is not expected to repeat in this position since a second state liquor store is scheduled to be opened there this fall. Although there are 203 liquor stores authorized, only 200 were operating at the close of the year as some were down for remodeling or being phased out in place of new ones. The store at Ankeny was closed on June 18 because of damage caused by the tornado. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Chance of thundershowers extreme southeast tonight, partly cloudy elsewhere. Low in 60s. Partly cloudy Tuesday. High mostly 80s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday A chance of thundershowers Wednesday, mostly north, otherwise little or no precipitation indicated. Highs in 90s Wednesday, cooling to PARTLY CLOUDY 80s Thursday and Friday. Lows mostly in the 60s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 106 Yesterday's low 71 At 7 a.m. today 72 At 10 a.m. today 82 Weather A Year Ago— It was rainy a year ago today in Carroll, with temperatures ranging from a high of 72 to a low of 62 degrees.
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