6 Women Admitted by Jaycee Unit KANSAS CITY (AP) Emboldened by a court case pending in New York, the Kansas City chapter of the Junior Chamber of Commerce has admitted six women to full membership and has called for more female participation. Female membership in the Jaycees is against the policy of the national organization. However, in making the announcement Tuesday at a news conference here, Jack Campbell, local president, noted that a New York chapter has obtained a temporary restraining order to bar the national organization from revoking its charter because it Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Wednesday, July 24, 1974 *\ has accepted women as members. "Our board of directors and membership have been reviewing the matter of admitting women and discussing it for at least three years," Campbell said. "We felt it was now time to obtain maximum involvement in the community." He issued a call for any woman wishing to join the Jaycees here to submit an application to any member. "The primary qualification is an interest in doing something for the betterment of the community," he said. Campbell said the board decided last month to accept women and to amend its bylaws, deleting all references to "male" and Personals JUNG'S Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crabtree have returned from Richmond, Va., where they visited ttieir son, Charles, and family. Oat acres in Iowa have dropped from 4.1 million in 1960 to 1.3 million in 1973. substituting neuter pronouns. The local chapter does not' feel it will be reprimanded while the New York case remains to be resolved. When asked what action it might take if the national organization threatens to revoke the Kansas City's chapter', Campbell said the board is firmly resolved to undertake any legal action in opening its organization to women. THK HOME OF GOOD TASTED WEEKEND SPECIALS LARGE FLUFFY GLAZED DONUTS Fried in fresh vegetable shortening. SPECIAL 105 Doz. o $ 1 23 Reg. | Doz. Save 18' Doz. GRANDMA'S LARGE DOUBLE LOAVES HOMEMADE BREAD Special 2 double loaves or four individual loaves. Reg. You Save Fresh baked the day you buy it and no preservatives or freshening agents added to Jung's enriched bread. JUNG'S COOKIES Made from homemaker's recipe. 13 varieties to chopse.from. SPECIAL $104 JLlC ~ Ol Doz. SAVE 2 Doz. Reg. 1 and fill your cooky jar with fresh assorted homemade cookies. For that outdoor barbeque or picnic have plenty of Jung's Sandwich Buns Hot Dog Buns Doz. i Pack of 8 •Buttered Garlic Bread packed in aluminum foil. Lots of butter with parmesan cheese and garlic over slices. Ready to heat-n-eat. »»»•»•••••••»»••»•••••••••»»»•••»•••••» LET JUNG'S HELP YOU SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS OF MEAL PLANNING FROM THE LOW TEMP CABINET OR PEFRIGERATOR CASE. SURPRISE THE FAMILY WITH GOODIES YOU WOULDN'T EXPECT TO FIND. FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE. JUNG'S HAVE A DECOMATED CAKE READY FOR YOU'" '' Vanderheiden Studio Photo In Carroll . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Riesselman . are home at 915 N. Clark in Carroll after their July 6 wedding at St. Mary's Parish and a week long trip. Mrs. Riesselman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Broich of Willey is employed by J. C. Penney of Carroll. Riesselman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riesselman of Carroll and is employed by Lahr Auto Trim. GOLDEN CIRCLE GATHERS Ernastine Sanders, Francis Weitl and Mary Bellinghausen were winners at Golden Circle. Hostess was Laura Finegan. The next hostess will be Millie Heider. Judge Martin to Retire Oct. 1 ATLANTIC, Iowa (AP) Senior District Court Judge R. Kent Martin, 73, Atlantic, will retire Oct. 1 after 31- years on the bench. He said he is retiring as a judge, not as a lawyer, but added he has no plans for returning to practice. Judge Martin was born in Fremont County and reared in Shenandoah. He moved to Atlantic in 1925 when.he was admitted to the Iowa bar. District court judges serve on a rotating system. The Fourth Judicial District includes nine counties in Southwest Iowa. Gov. Robert Ray will appoint a replacement for Judge Martin. TUMBLE TABLES Cotton-polyesters, knits, lace, acetate linings 3 W BOTTOM WEIGHT PRINTS Stripes, solids 50% polyester 50% cotton 45" wide. ^n Easy-care. %L J Reg. to T $2.29 CARTOON PRINTS 50% polyester 50% cotton. 45" wide for sleepwear, smocks, tops, decorating. Reg. $2.49 NOW *1 00 summer super savings EYELET, AIRLAWN, TIARRA SUMMER BREEZE All are beautiful sheen — Sew now or buy for next | summer. Values from < $1.99 to $2.49 Yd. FOR THE NEW NATURAL LOOK IN FASHION - AURORA Polyester blend with rayon M flocked pattern, solid coor- * dinating color. % Reg. $2.49 Yd. NOW DOUBLE KNITS 60" Wide On Bolts Both Summer and Fall Colors Plain jaquard weaves and yarn-dyed patterns. 100% polyester — Machine wash-n-dry. No ironing. Stock up now at this low, low price Reg. $2.99 & $3.99 Group Plans For August . DeMolays met Monday evening with Roy Ives, state Director of DeMolay from Des Moines. The board and. advisers met with Ives to discuss plans for the next month. . • The state softball tournaments will be held August 3 and 4 at Cedar Falls. The district DeMolay campout will-be at Swan Lake August 24 and 25. Seven other chapters will be invited to participate in the campout, canoe races and other activities. Scheduled meetings will resume • September.9. Urges Plans to Ordain Women Be Called Off NEW YORK (AP) - The Episcopal Church's presiding bishop, the Rt. Rev. John M. Allin, has appealed to participants in a planned irregular ordination of women to call it off. The church does not permit ordination of women as priests. In individual telegrams sent Tuesday to the three bishops and 11 women involved, he urged them to cancel next Monday's ceremonies in Philadelphia. "For the sake of the unity of the church and the cause 'of ordination of women to the priesthood, I beg you to reconsider your intention....," he said in separate telegrams to the women. He said they should not take the step "before the necessary canonical changes are made." Proposals for such changes have been turned down by the last two triennial conventions of the church. Bishop Allin, interrupting his vacation to deal with the matter that has stirred a furor in the 3.'l-million-mem'bei church, also pleaded with the three bishops "to reconsider your decision" to ordain the women. A.B. CLUB MEETS Mrs. Don Hillyer and Mrs. Al Hulsebus were guests at the A.B. Bridge Club Tuesday. High scores went to Mrs. Don Hillyer and second high to Mrs. Roy Heuton. Sentenced in Oats Fraud CEDAR RAPIDS, lowa(AP) — Robert Dennis White, 33, of Waterloo, has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for his part in a 12 state seed oats sales scheme the government said was fraudulent. White had pleaded guilty in Federal Court to six counts in three separate indictments, including defrauding newspapers with the use of false advertising, and conspiracy to commit mail fraud. He was sentenced Tuesday- by Judge Edward J. McManus to two years on each of four . counts and one year each on the two other counts, all to.run concurrently. White now is serving seven years in the state penitentiary at Fort Madison on a Black Hawk County District Court conviction based on the same incidents. WESTGATE MALL Open 9> to 5 Mon. fhru Sat. Open till 9 P.M. Fri. Sale prices good from Thurs., July 25 to Tues., July 30 At Home .. .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sondgeroth are at home at 1733 N. Carroll after their June 21 wedding at St. Lawrence Church. Mrs. Sondgeroth is the former Carol Schmitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alver Schmitz of Carroll. CENTER —— Looking for a gift for that special bride? If she's used our bridal registry service, you can count on us to help you find just the right thing for her. If she ' hasn't, we can offer plenty of suggestions. Do stop in and see us. GIBSON'S Carroll, Iowa Calendar WEDNESDAY- Toastmistress, Derby Flower and' Garden CFub, 6 p.m. picnic, North Side Park Golden Circle Club THURSDAY- Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS F.O.B. Club, Erna Langmeier STOP Club, 408 West 7th Street Jaycee-Ettes,, 8 p.m. at Court House FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle APPOINTED DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Richard L. Holcomb, Director of the Bureau of Police Science at the University of Iowa, was. appointed Tuesday to a' four-year term on the Iowa Enforcement Academy Council by the State Board of Regents. 396-Lb. Man is Slimmed by Operation CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — James Hamman says he doesn't just feel like a new man. He is one. Sixteen months ago, he was lugging around 396 pounds on his 5-feet 10 frame. He was a compulsive eater and couldn't get a job. Now he's a 196-pound shadow of his former self and. holds not one, but two jobs. Hamman, 24, cr'edits a surgical operation known as gastric bypass, which closed off three-fourths of his stomach, for his metamorphosis, and he says he has recommended a similar operation to several overweight friends. Of the new him, Hamman says: *'I feel human. I can see my feet. The only thing that didn't shrink are my tattoos." The need for a job forced Hamman to do something about his weight. "I hated myself," he said. "I couldn't get a job. I wanted to get off welfare." • » > ; Since the''Operation, whi'ch hospitalized Hamman just six days, he figures he has lost several pounds a week. In a few weeks, he expects .to stop his weight loss and level off at 186 pounds. A habitual heavy eater, Hamman blames his heavyweight days on nervousness. "I loved to eat and I had a big enough stomach to do it with." Finally he got to the point of eating whenever he could, wfiich usually meant all the time. After repeated attempts to curb an ever increasing appetite that sometimes propelled him to down as many as 13 pitchers of beer, Hamman decided to .seek medical help. Despite now having to eat six small meals a day, Hamman said he knows he can work 14 hours a day and not feel any worse than before. Return Home ... Mr. and Mrs. Ed' Haberl are at home in rural Carroll following their June 15 wedding. Parents of the bride, the former Annette Schulte are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schulte of Westside. The groom is the son of Mr. and'Mrs. Ben Haberl of Carroll. Pink, Blue Shower Given Mrs. Dean Olerich was honored at a pink and blue shower Saturday night given by her sister Vicki Halbur at the home of their parents Vernice Halbur in Carroll, Games were played and prizes awarded. The gift table,was decorated with a large stork, after Mrs. Olerich opened the gifts lunch'was served. The twenty guests were friends and relatives of Mrs. Olerich. Testifies in Drownings of Disabled Vets DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Testimony was to continue Wednesday in Polk County District Court about the day three war .veterans, all confined to wheelchairs, drowned in Upper Pine Lake. Harold Putman, of rural Eldora, the operator of-a boat-rental concession at the lake testified Tuesday about the incident when one of his boats upset while the veterans were on an' outing from the Iowa Soldiers Home at Marshalltown. The widow of one of the veterans., Mrs. Kay Stroud Giles of Des Moines, is suing the Putnam family for $250,000 in' damages, charging the Putnams with negligence. At the time of the mishap, Mrs. Giles was married to Chester Stroud of Des Moines, who suffered from multiple sclerosis. He died July 14,1971 when the pontoon b.oat capsized. FIVE MILE HOUSE DANCE Sat., July 27 "UNITED ORCHESTRA" Wedding Dance of Rose Schultz and Dave Jones July 24 thru 30 ivei. 7 * 9:30 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. The romance that wai to fine. mflflm 11 TH6 GROT GRT/BV The Sound of Music will be shown for one week starting August 8 so that we may bring the film to Carroll for the first time in 70 millimeter with six track stereo sound. STARTS THURS. Each Eve. 7:00-9:15 -^ Sun. at 2:00-4:30 7:00-9:15 THE STT2VG 7 ACADEMY 2 BIG WEEKS ' AWARDS! ^LJ- CCIXJ __ INCLUCXMC BEST PICTURF EWIHAN .. .all it takes is a little Confidence. WED. Thru SAT. July 24-27 I -\.-v v Each Eve. at 7:00-9:00 •• IT NEVER STRIKES TWICE- •^rtHBMHVMMMIMMtaMHMHMM^HH^HM^^MM^^^B •>' 'PAUSE ONCE IS ENOUGH! THRU SAT. July 24-27 CARROLL DRIVE-IN - CARROLL AT DUSK DUAL GHOUL CHILL SHOW! Your blood will run cold J THE ONLY MAN ALIVE FEARED when the monster rises. BY THE WALKING DEAD. IkftJNKEIIBTElN oiiirrEft Dun HELL TWO NEW WAYS TO PIKUWUKI nCluWS peswls I Hinnei PMOuchn FREEZE YOUR BLOOD!
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