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Deaths, Funerals MRS.ROYGOLAY COON RAPIDS - Services for Mrs. Roy (Clarice) Golay, 74, will be Thursday, July 25 at 10:30 a.m. at the Ohde Funeral Home in Coon Rapids. Rev. Eugene Correll of the Friends Church will officiate. Interment will be in Orange Township Cemetery, south of Coon Rapids. Mrs. Golay died unexpectedly at her farm home here early Tuesday morning, July 23. The daughter of Washington and Nancy Flowers she was born February 24, 1900 at Macon, Mo. She was married to Roy M. Golay in 1920 in Kansas. They moved to Iowa and have lived on a farm south of Coon Rapids for the past 27 years. Surviving are her husband Roy, nine children Mrs. Clifford (Edna) Doubleday of Ankeny, Mrs. Henry (Marie) Robinette of Collins, Mrs. Everett (Nancy) Johnson of Coon Rapids, Mrs. Jerry (Kay) Jaeger of Coon Rapids, Mrs. Gary (Marilyn) Carpenter of Coon Rapids, Paul Golay of Des Moines, William Golay of Perry, Charles Golay of Coon Rapids and James Golay of Los Angeles, Calif., 37 grandchildren, 42 great grandchildren, three brothers and one sister. One son Ernest, five brothers and sisters preceded her in death. WILLIAM R. ELSTON LAKE CITY — William R. Elston, 65, of Rockwell City and former resident of Lake City died Tuesday night at Stewart Memorial Hospital here. Arrangements are pending here at the Huffman Memorial Chapel. Long Trucks Law Upheld DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) A law passed by the 1974 Iowa Legislature allowing over-length trucks in border cities is constitutional, according to an Iowa attorney general's opinion. The statute's constitutionality had been questioned on the grounds it may discriminate against Iowa cities not on the border or Iowa truckers who do.not.do. business in border cities. The equal protection law of the U.S. Constitution is not violated merely because some cities may be affectec by a law while others are not, Asst. Atty. Gen. Larry Blumberg, said Tuesday. However, Blumberg said there may at times be some kind of discrimination against the Iowa residents but he said it is not such an "invidious discrimination that violates the Constitution." LELAND CLARK LAKE CITY - Leland Clark, 70, of Lake City died Tuesday morning, July 23 at Stewart Memorial Hospital here after a two month illness. He was a retired farmer. Services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at the Methodist Church here with Rev. Stewart Congdon and Rev. John McCallum officiating. Burial will be in the Lake City Cemetery. Friends and relatives may call at the Huffman Memorial Chapel at Lake City after 7 p.m. Mr. Clark was born August 20, 1903 to William and Anna Prickett Clark. He was married January 24, 1929 to Helen Whiting in Lanesboro. He is survived by his wife Helen, one daughter Mrs. Olof (Jane Ann) Rungquist of St. Paul, Minn., one son Stephen Clark of St. Paul, a brother Billy Clark of Lake City and his stepmother Mrs. Myrtle Clark of Lake City and four grandchildren. His parents and one sister preceded him in death. Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Wednesday, July 24, 1974 *• Illl*!!! MttMMIf f lt*tlltMlt»llltMlt*Mt*««*lltlt Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Tuesday. Prices compiled from county elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: No. 2 No. 1 Yellow Yellow Corn Soybeans Northwest 3.08-3.12 7.10-7.30 No. Central 3.04-3.16 7.18-7.34 Northeast 3.08-3.15 7.20-7.35 Southwest 3.00-3.21 7.12-7.28 So. Central 3.05-3.117.23-7.32 Southeast 3.13-3.21 7.30-7.45 Daily Record Club Meets In Manning MANNING — The meeting of the VFW Auxiliary was called to order on Thursday July 18 by president Neola Moeller with 25 members present. Edna Hiatt gave the rehabilitation report with one get well card being sent. Laura Joens report on the last Plaza Bingo party held in June with which the Junior Auxiliary girls helped. Events committee No. 2 reported on the Chamber of Commerce luncheon held June 24 and the auxiliary voted to order 2,000 poppies for Poppy Day in September. Darlene Lamp will be chairman. Events Committee No. 1 is in charge of the '49 class reunion on July 20 and Events No. 2 the feed dinner on July 22. Kay Pfannkuch gave the Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $7.41 Corn, No. 2 yellow 3.20 Oats 1.49 DBS M01NES, Iowa (AP) — USDA — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Wednesday 50,000; actual receipts Tuesday 59,000; week ago 75,000; year ago 63,000. Movement slow; demand only fair; butchers steady to instances 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 34.50-34.75; packing plants 34.75-35.00; sows steady to 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 26.75-28.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Wednesday 1,400; spring lambs steady Tuesday; choice and prime 90-105 Ibs 37.00-38.00, most choice with end good 35.00-37.00. audit report and Esther Wiliams gave the treasurers report. The 1975 dues of $5.50 are now payable. They include Cancer Insurance. Darlene Lamp spoke briefly on the state convention in Fort Dodge. Manning received a citation for the Voice of Democracy; Lucille Pfannkuch citation for membership; Darlene Lamp citation and $5 check for poppy display. Shirley Wegner received draw prize. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Chance of thunderstorms spreading southeast across the state tonight and Thursday. Thunderstorms possibly severe at times extreme north tonight. Low tonight mostly 60s to around 70. Not as warm northwest Thursday. High mostly 80s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST (Friday through Sunday) Generally fair through the period, except chance of showers north Saturday night or Sunday. Highs 80s Friday STORMY COURT HOUSE Licenses to Wed— David R. Jones, 26, and Rosemarie L. Schultz, 21, both of Omaha; Clyde A. Neumayer, 24, Breda, and Christy F. Long, 20, Carroll; Thomas A. Nees, 19 and Rosanne Snyder, 19, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Phyllis J. Young, Carroll, Buick; Odella McGowen, Carroll, Plymouth; Theresa Drees, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Monica Ford, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Mary J. Jorgensen to Donald R. Jorgensen, Part of EVfeSWtt and SM>SW 1 / 4 SW 1 / 4 , Sec. 11, Twp. 85 N., Range 33W. and NW l /4SW'/4 and Part of SVfeSW'/i, Sec. 22, Twp. 85 N., Range 33 W. Estate of George N. Coulter to Alma Coulter, Lots E and F, Irreg. Sur. NfcNW/4. Sec. 33, Twp. 82N., Range 33W. DISTRICT COURT Sentencings— District Court Judge Paul E. Hellwege, Boone, Tuesday fined George Sapp, Carroll, $300 on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Sapp pleaded guilty to the charge in District Court here July .16. Judge Hellwege also ordered Sapp to attend a school for drinking drivers and suspended his drivers license until the school is completed. Floyd 0. Sigler, Coon Rapids, received a 90-day suspended sentence to the Carroll County jail Tuesday on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. District Court Judge Paul E. Hellwege also suspended Sigler's drivers license for 120 days. Sigler pleaded guilty to the charge in District Court here July 16. He was arrested May 23 after an accident in Glidden involving a car he was driving and a pickup truck driven by Charles Fisher, Glidden. Board of Trade ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Hansen, Carroll, a son, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. James Singsank. Arlington Heights, 111., a son (Brian James) Friday, July 19. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Singsank of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burger of Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Poduska, Cedar Rapids, a daughter, Tuesday, Mrs. Poduska is the former Katie Reibold. Final Hearing on Bequests Set St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, will receive $77,344.13 from the estate of LuCina D. Shepherd, according to a proposed distribution list of the estate on file in the Clerk of Courts office here. In addition to the bequest to the hospital, two churches, a school, a convent and a charity organization will share in $120,000. A final hearing on the bequests is scheduled at 1 p.m. Aug. 13 in District Court here. The hospital was bequeathed $25,000 from the estate. Added to that amount for the hospital was $52,344.13, the residue of the estate after fees, costs, expenses and other bequests were paid. St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Kuemper High School and the St. Rose Convent of LaCrosse, Wis., are each to receive $25,000, according to tfie document. The Catholic Charities of the Sioux City Diocese is to receive $20,000. The proposed distribution list states that the total receipts from the Shepherd estate amount to $381,631.16. and Saturday, warming to 90s west Sunday. Lows in 60s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 94 For Information Leading to the Arrest and Conviction of the Person or Persons Involved in the Vandalism to the Equipment of Perrin, Inc. and Damage to Crops of the Farmers in the Roselle area Mon- Night. If You Have Infor- Call the CARROLL COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE 792-4393 All Replies 8 Information Held in Strictest Confidence PERRIN,INC. IOWA CITY, IOWA day mation, Ask Citizens to Cooperate in Landfill Use The problems of private citizens hauling their own solid waste to the Carroll County Landfill facility was discussed at a joint meeting of the Carroll County Solid Waste Management Commission and the Carroll County Regional Planning Commission Monday. H. J. Kienapfel, executive secretary of the planning commission, said the greatest problem is that some of the people who haul their own garbage do not follow the signs and do not dump in the designated area. "This is especially true when it is muddy," Kienapfel said. "The result is that the State Department of Environmental Quality gives us a bad time and could levy a find against the County Solid Waste Commission. Another problem is people visiting while their vehicle is blocking the path of others wanting to dump." "State rules and regulations are getting tougher," Kienapfel continued. "Therefore, the commission is asking that citizens cooperate with the landfull operator and observe the signs, or the commission may be forced to have all non-licensed haulers pay a gate charge and employ additional help to police the area, and action which would mean additional costs to the taxpayer." IHC Denies Highway 61 Route Charge Briefly CHICAGO (AP) —Soybean, soybean meal and oil futures advanced to limits allowed for one session on the Chicago Board of Trade today. New crop corn futures also moved to limits. The gain in soybeans was 20 cents a bushel,, 10 cents in corn, $10 a ton in meal and 100 points in oil. Wheat future rose around 15 cents and oats 5 a /4 cents, just short of the 6 cents limit, but there was later a Yesterday's low"...........63 n g ht sell-off in wheat. At 7am today 69 Continued concern about the At 10 a.m. today........... .82 new corn and soybean crops, now in the ground, was a Weather A Year Ago— major factor in the buying of Carroll temperatures varied futures. Some areas of the from a high of 87 to a low of 64 Middle West, breadbasket of degrees, a year ago today, the nation, still remain sorely Rainfall amounted to .32 inch in need of moisture, trade in the 24 hours before 7 a.m. sources reported. Business Briefs Dr. Robert Winjum, Carroll optometrist, was among the 150 doctors attending the 9th annual Iowa Optometric Association Contact Lens Forum held at Lake Okoboji. Dr. Lester Janoff, professor at Pennsylvania College of Optometry was the featured speaker on the topic of soft contact lenses which are now understudy. Fertilizer from the new Farmland Industries facility in Enid, Okla. began flowing from the plant in mid-July. The plant is designed to produce 380,000 tons of anhydrous ammonia a year and is the only fertilizer plant scheduled to come on stream in the United States this year. Farmland officials said while fertilizer produced at the new plant will be a plus factor for the fall fertilizer season, it will not eliminate the fertilizer shortage that continues to plague agricultural producers. Duane L. Thelen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen of Carroll, has been admitted as a partner in the accounting firm of Arthur Young & Company. Thelen, who is associated with the firm's Omaha office, is a graduate of Carroll High School, holds a Master's Degree from Creighton University and acquired his CPA designation in 1959. Thelen will also serve a one year term as president of the Nebraska Society of Certified Public Accountants beginning in May, 1975. Mr. and Mrs. Thelen and their five sons live in northwest Omaha. Ivan Phil, a veteran of some 20 years service in the meat packing business, has been named manager of Farmland Foods' -pork plant at Iowa Falls. He replaces Ed Clausen who will assume new responsibilities as director of livestock market development with offices at the Denison headquarters of Farmland Foods' pork operations. Couple Here From Nevada AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Mai Brinker of Las Vegas, Nev. were guests in the Mrs. Veda Arndt home at Yetter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kreft homes at Lytton, and Mrs. Leo Brinker of Auburn. Florence Ellerbroek was hostess to members of the G.N. Club in her home Tuesday afternoon. AMES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Highway Commission says the route of the proposed new U.S. 61 through Fort Madison was selected to serve the motoring public, not to wipe out a minority neighborhood. A staff prepared report, which attempts to refute charges by the NAACP that the commission is discriminating against minorities in the plan, was endorsed by the five commissioners Tuesday. The NAACP charges have been accepted by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Unless the commission can successfully refute the charges before the DOT Civil Rights division, no road can be built along the proposed route. The information will be forwarded to the DOT in Washington, D.C., where the final decision about the road will be made, said Leon Larson, the Federal Highway Administration's Iowa division engineer. The proposed five-mile, four-lane highway through Fort Madison near the Mississippi River would cause relocation of a neighborhood known as the "Mexican Village." A total of 146 families would be relocated, but because there is not enough housing in Fort Madison for the dislocated, state and city officials have investigated constructing state-financed housing for them. The commission contends the chosen route is.the only one that will best serve the needs of Fort Madison residents and that any highway relocation will cause some disruption to residents' property if taken. No Evidence That Kissinger Initiated Taps WASHINGTON (AP) -The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has received no hard evidence establishing that Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger initiated wiretaps of 17 government officials and newsmen in 1969-1971, a committee member says. Kissinger was questioned by the committee Tuesday in a closed meeting. Chairman J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., said after the three-hour session that any statement of his conclusions would be premature. However, Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., told newsmen the committee has no firm evidence yet that Kissinger was responsible for the wiretaps, which were used to seek the source of news leaks from the National Security Council. Kissinger requested the inquiry by the Senate panel after publication of memoranda by late FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover asserting that Kissinger Setback for Nixon WASHINGTON (AP) — President Nixon's hopes of avoiding impeachment have suffered a setback on the eve of the House Judiciary Committee a historic debate today. . . . Rep Lawrence J. Hogan, a conservative and one of those committee Republicans counted on to oppose impeachment, announced Tuesday he supports impeachment. Hogan is the first committee Republican to announce he will vote for impeachment. His decision touched off open talk of impeachment in the Republican cloak r °The debate, beginning at 6:30 p.m. CDT, will be carried nationally on television and radio. A vote on whether to recommend impeachment is expected by Friday or Saturday. Hogan's announcement triggered a prediction by one GOP member that as many as seven of the 17 committee Republicans may end up calling for Nixon's impeachment. Hogan said in an interview Tuesday night that he expected eight Republicans to vote for impeachment. All 21 Democrats are believed ready to vote for at least one article of impeachment. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The State Board of Regents responded to pleas from presidents of the three state universities and objections from merit system employes in stalling a proposed cutback in pay increases for certain upper-level employes. Regents voted Tuesday to give all regent employes at five state institutions — the University of Iowa, Iowa State University, the University of Northern Iowa, the Iowa School for the Deaf and the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School — a 7V 2 per cent pay raise retroactive to Julyl. Approval came after three hours of debate on the controversial plan recommended by Robert H. Hayes and Associates, Inc., Chicago. WASHINGTON (AP) — Tonight's opening session of the House Judiciary Committee debate on the impeachment of President Nixon will be televised live on ABC-TV and on various Public Broadcasting System stations. The proceedings are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. CDT. The National Public Radio system has said it will carry the debate live from start to finish. CBS has said its radio network also will carry the debate live but will break away for its regular six-minute hourly newscasts. NBC Radio and ABC Radio have said they will air the debate live only when developments warrant. The Mutual Broadcasting System has said it plans to carry daily highlights in special evening programs. TV networks are rotating coverage but each can carry the debate if it wishes. NBC and CBS said they had no plans for live coverage of the opening session. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - The State Board of Regents was expected to approve the sale of $2.5 million in bonds and award general contracts Wednesday for construction of the UNI-Dome on the University of Northern Iowa campus in Cedar Falls. The domed facility is planned as a multi-purpose arena for sports and other contests and meetings. The sale of bonds to partially finance construction was approved earlier by the regents to supplement private donations. Regents also were to discuss business dockets for the three state universities. In their meeting Tuesday, regents deferred until September action on budget requests for the 1975-77 biennium. WASHINGTON (AP) — A pro-impeachment lobby is trying to put hometown pressure on several key Republican congressmen whose votes could be crucial when the House Judiciary Committee decides whether to recommend impeachment of President Nixon. The National Committee on the Presidency Inc., a registered lobbying group, recently bought full-page advertisements in several small Midwestern and upstate New York newspapers calling attention to the impeachment inquiry. The ads were aimed at districts represented by Republican congressmen considered to be swing votes on the committee, publicly uncommitted and likely to go either way when the proposed articles of impeachment are put to a vote. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Northern Natural Gas Company Wednesday reported earnings per share of $5.52 for the first six months of 1974, a 105 per cent increase over the $2.69 earned in the same period in 1973. For the 12 months ending June 30, 1974, earnings were $7.74 per share, an increase of 81 per cent over the $4.27 earned in the prior 12-month period. The company also reported operating revenues for the 1974 six-month period of $496,379,000, up from $382,325,000 in 1973 and net income of $62,410,000, compared to $31,613,000 in the same 1973 period. WASHINGTON (AP) — Watergate prosecutors say they may bring bribery charges against a dairy cooperative official in connection with President Nixon's 1971 increase of federal milk price supports. One of the co-op officials who promised $2 million for Nixon's 1972 campaign, David L. Parr, pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to donate up to $222,450 in corporate money and services illegally to six candidates, including Democrats Hubert H. Humphrey and Wilbur D. Mills. WASHINGTON (AP) — A bomb exploded outside the offices of a French military mission Tuesday night, causing substantial damage, police said. There were no reports of injuries, according to fire and police officials. The blast just before 9 p.m. CDT blew out nearly all the front windows of the four-story white brick building which houses the Materiel French Military Mission. The mission is in charge of French purchases of U.S. military hardware. * requested wiretaps of certain individuals. At his confirmation hearing last September, Kissinger denied that he initiated the telephone surveillance, saying that his role was to supply names of individuals with access to information of the type leaked. Javits predicted the committee's final report, after a thorough investigation, will satisfy the public that "Dr. Kissinger's credibility remains untainted." Fulbright said the committee plans to complete its inquiry Tuesday with testimony of Gen. Alexander Haig Jr., Kissinger's former deputy on the National Security Council staff and now White House chief of staff.