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I llMMMMMtMMtlllMMMMMMMMMMIIIIttMM r ~ ^^^^••••^^^^••^•^•^^^^M,^^^^^,^^^^^^^^^^^ T ^£^1±ZL ?, Daily Record A U A lift It A kill tc<u i.. ...... Bill •/ ELIZA MATILDA MILLER MANILLA — Eliza Matilda Miller, 91, died Sunday noon, July 28 after a short illness at the Crawford County Hospital in Denison. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manilla. The Rev. Robert Arends will officiate. Burial will be in Union Township Cemetery in Defiance. The daughter of Thomas and Ann Payne Holmes, she was born in Barkstone, England August 26, 1882 and moved to the United States at the age of nine,months with her family to the Defiance community. She married Guy B. Miller June 15, 1902. They farmed near Defiance until 1929 when they moved to a farm near Manilla. Both retired 16 years later and lived one year in Defiance before moving to Manilla. Mr. Miller died in November of 1962. Mrs. Miller then lived with her daughter in California for four years before spending the past six years in Eventide Lutheran Home for the Aged in Denison. Pallbearers will be Neal Holmes, Dee Holmes, LeRoy Lueth, Kenneth Keat, Floyd Grage and Claude McMullen. She is survived by two daughters Mrs. Joe (Ethel) Herman, of California and Mrs. Clarence (Ida) Foxhoven of Manilla, 10 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren and one great great grandson. Her husband, two daughters, one son, three great grandchildren, seven brothers and four sisters preceded her in death. BERNHARDT OTTO WENZEL MANILLA — Bernhardt Otto Wenzel died Sunday, July 28 at the Crawford County ' Memorial Hospital following a short illness. Services will be held Tuesday at 10:30 at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manilla. S.W. Holstein of Denison will officiate. Interment will be in Nishnabotna Cemetery here. The son of Charles and Wilhelmina Schwartz Wenzel he was born June 24,1891 near Manilla. He attended school in the area and German school in Manilla. He worked on farms near Vail and the Manilla area most of his life. He lived with his nephew Henry Wenzel of Vail for 17 years and lived at Eventide Lutheran Home of the Aged in Denison for the past 10 years. Pallbearers will be Raymond Witt, Earl Pfannkuch, Phillip Wenzel, Arthur Fielweber, Raymond Schadey and Arthur Schoessler. Soloist will be Mrs. Judy Jones and Mrs. Bonita Hagedorn both of Manning. Surviving are his nephew Henry, one sister, Mrs. Rosa Rutz, Manning, four half-sisters Mrs. Herman Huberner. Manilla; Mrs. Magdalene Brown; Mrs. Wilhelmina Renken, Manson; and Mrs. Geraldine Arkebauer, Milwaukee, Wise. Three brothers, five sisters and one half-brother preceded him in death. FRANK PRENTICE SAC CITY — Services for Frank Prentice, 84, of rural Sac City will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home here. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Mr. Prentice died Sunday, July 28 at the Loring Hospital here. Surviving are his wife, Pearl of Sac City; one daughter Mrs. Jim Keefe of Early; two sons Howard Prentice of California; Jonathan of St. Louis, Mo.; seven grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; one brother Clarence of Sac City and one sister Mrs. George Baxter of Sac City. OSCAR GRAU Oscar Grau, 84, Storm Lake civic leader, broadcast executive and organizer of rural electric cooperatives, died Sunday night at a Storm Lake hospital. He was a cousin of Mrs. W. L. Reitz of Carroll. Grau was the president and founder of the Corhbelt Broadcasting Co., which operated station KAYL until the station was sold to its present owners in 1972. Grau was one of the original incorporators of the Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives and president of the Buena Vista County REC. He helped to organize what is now .the Cornbelt Power Co-op. He also served for several years in the Iowa House of Representatives and was a former mayor of Storm Lake. Services will be held .Wednesday morning in Storm Lake. Survivors include two sons, Donald of Dubuque and Robert of Elkader, and a daughter, Doris, of San Francisco. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures increased sharply Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade with limit gains in soybeans, corn and oats. Soybeans surged 30 cents, corn 10 cents, oats 6 cents, soybean meal $15 a ton and soybean oil 150 points. Anticipated rains over the weekend were light throughout the Midwest, bolstering fears of a smaller soybean and corn crop, traders said. Soybean oil rose to record levels at $45.25 for the August contract. Soybeans increased 30 cents a bushel to make a total $2.80 since the first week in July. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $8.15 Corn, No. 2 yellow 3 50 Oats i.eo DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—(USDA)— Iowa-Southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Monday 80,000; Friday 56,000; Saturday 28,000; week ago 79,000; year ago 57,000. Trade fairly active; demand good; butchers steady to 25 higher from Friday's midsession or about steady with Friday's close; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib at country points 35.25-35.50; packing plants 35.75-36.00, few 35.75-36.25; sows steady to 25 higher; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ib 27.25-28.50. Sheep: estimated receipts Monday 1,100; Friday and Saturday spring slaughter lambs steady; choice and prime 90-105 Ib spring lambs 37.00-38.00; choice and good 35.00-37.00. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) (USDA)- Omaha Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 6,500 hogs; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower. 1-3 210-250 Ib 37.00-37.50; 190-210 Ib 36.00-37.25; 2-3200-25036.5037.00; 1-3 250-260 Ib36.50-37.00; 2-4 260-360 Ib 29.00-36.50. Sows steady to 25 lower; 290-650 Ib 26.50-31.00 Cattle: 6,000 cattle and calves. Slaughter steers and heifers strong to 50 cents higher. Cows 1.00-2.00 lower. Five loads choice and prime 1,150-1,275 Ib steers 46.00-46.50; choice 975-1,300 Ib 44.00-45.50; load high-choice and prime 975 Ib heifers 44.50; load-choice with few prime 900 Ib 44.00; choice 800-1,025 Ib 42.00-43.50; utility and commercial cows 22.50-24.50, a few at 25.00. Sheer: 600. Spring slaughter lambs 25 higher, slaughter ewes about steady with last week's close. Choice and prime 85-105 Ib spring slaughter lambs 37.00-38.75; cull to good slaughter ewes 5.00-8.25. Est i mated reciepts Tuesday: 5,000 cattle and calves, 6,000 hogs, 500 sheep. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) — Inflation worries and uneasiness over the impeachment issue combined to drive the stock market into a sharp decline today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 14.31 at 770.26, and losers swamped gainers by a 9-2 margin on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was relatively light. Brokers said investors were troubled over the possibility of new inflationary pressures arising from drought in Midwest farming areas. COURT HOUSE Licenses to Wed— Charles W. Steward, 19. Scranton, and Wendy L. Dankert, 19, Cedar Rapids; Steven M. Harmeyer, 18, and Debra J. Sapp, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Randy J. Wittrock, Carroll, Blairhouse mobile home; Jeff Renze, Carroll, Savoy mobile home; Virgil M. Lappe, Carroll, Dodge; Vernice and Evelyn Sporrer, Templeton, Pontiac; Roger L. Osborn, Carroll, Dodge; Joan M. Grote, Carroll, Pontiac; Clayton C. or Pauline R. Roller, Glidden, Chevrolet; Darrell or Betty Benton, Manning, CMC; James P. or Rita I. Dentlinger, Glidden, Oldsmobile. Real Estate Transfers- Estate of Cletus H. Hermsen to William D. and Maxine A. Meshek, Lot 7, Ries' First Addition to Carroll. Evelyn M. and Louie Wolterman to Donald E. Wiederhold, Lot 9, Block 3, Carroll Improvement Company's Second Addition to Carroll. Donald E. Wiederhold to James B. Williams, Lot 9, Block 3, Carroll Improvement Company's Second Addition to Carroll. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accidents— A car driven by Dennis E. Olerich, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Dale K. Thorup, Carroll, early Sunday morning in front of 115 North Clark Street police reported. Olerich was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle by police. A car driven by Darrell W. Pudenz, Carroll, was struck by a car driven by Tom H. Humlicek, Carroll, Sunday night, police reported. The accident happened on U. S. 30 when the Pudenz vehicle slowed down to allow another vehicle to turn into the Hardees' driveway and the Humlicek car struck it, police said. Three-Vehicle Accident- Cars driven by Douglas J. Grimsman and Audy R. Baugh, both of Carroll, and a motorcycle, driven by Joseph. S. Riskowski, Omaha, were in collision Saturday night, police said. All three were ! going west on U: S. 30 near North West Street when the Grimsman car slowed 'toi allow a vehicle ahead of it to turn, causing the three vehicles to brake suddenly and hit each other, police reported. No injuries were reported to police in any of the accidents. HIGHWAY PATROL Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Lambert G. Hackfort, 17, and Merle E. Riesberg, 18, both of Carroll, were in collison early Sunday morning on the Main Street of Halbur, Iowa State Trooper Larry Long, Carroll, reported. 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 Monday Night. If You Have Information, CaM the CARROLL COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE 792-4393 All Replies & Information Held in Strictest Confidence PERRIN, INC. IOWA CITY, IOWA The front of the Riesberg vehicle was in collision with the rear of the Hackfort vehicle as both were westbound, Long said. Riesberg was charged with failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions July 24 Miss Ruth B. Miles, Carroll Mrs. Howard 0. Crisman, Exira Rhonda K. Wenck, Carroll Admission, July 25 Mrs. Otis Teter, Coon Rapids Admissions, July 28 Mrs. Edward A. Rohner, Breda Maria L. Vanderheiden, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. David Anneberg, Des Moines, a daughter, Wednesday at Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. Grandparents of Kirstin Tiffany Anneberg and Dr. and Mrs. Paul Anneberg of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. James Vance of Fair Lawn, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mueggenberg, Breda, a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witowski, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thobe, Audubon, a daughter, Sunday. •Candidate (Continued From Page 1) the seat after it was vacated by the resignation of J. Harold Rice, Dedham, last fall. However, before finally appointing Center to the seat in February, the board had deadlocked on the filling of the post. "By continued interest and attendance at board meetings, I believe I have a clear understanding of the problems the board is facing and understand the actions necessary to solve these. With a background of activity in the area of special education, I would hope to offer the board assistance in understanding the needs of handicapped children and in maintaining special education programs in the new area system," she said' ' Mrs. Baumhover is past president and member of the St. Lawrence school board and is immediate past president of the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children. She is chairman of the County Advisory Board to Special Education. Mrs. Baumhover has been active in several other political, school and volunteer aid activities throughout the county. The deadline for filing nomination papers is 5 p.m. Aug. 2. •Impeach (Continued From Page 1) by interfering with the FBI, Watergate special prosecutor, criminal division of the Department of Justice, and CIA "in order corruptly to impede the due and proper administration of justice." Democrats had not reached agreement Sunday on what specifics to include in the second proposed article. But the compromise emerged today before the scheduled 10:30 a.m. opening time for the committee's nationally broadcast public debate. The compromise did not include any mention of contempt of Congress for refusal to supply subpoenaed tape recordings. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Al Lehrter and daughter Barbara Joe and son Dale and Mrs. Henry Lehrter visited relatives in Sioux Falls, S.D. over the weekend. •Pollution (Continued From Page 1) Quality will worry about the problem no matter where it occurs," Stanek commented. Chicago has been under an alert for the past two weeks, he said, with the highest ozone levels in the city's history. The state agency checks the air quality standards in approximately 25 Iowa communities on regular basis. -0- The problem of controlling indirect sources of air pollution will be discussed by city officials at a meeting being scheduled for Aug. 7 in the Des Moines area. Peter Hamlin, environmental coordinator for the state office of planning and programming, said officials of the Environmental Protection Agency's regional office in Kansas City will be present to explain the current laws on this subject. Officials from cities over 10,000 population are being invited to attend the session. Beginning Jan. 1, 1975, the EPA will be taking over the indirect source program in Iowa because the last Legislature failed to pass the necessary legislation giving the DEQ authority to oversee the program. Indirect sources covers shopping centers, highways, amusement parks, airports, stadiums, parking lots and other developments which do not emit air pollution themselves but could cause congestion of auto traffic. After the first of the year, builders, developers and others falling in this category will need to secure a permit from the EPA in certain instances. •Fair (Continued From Page 1) eligible for the state fair berth in the senior dress revue. A total of 47 girls modeled clothing during the dress revue Saturday in four divisions. Sue Millender, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Millender, Carroll, won first place in the sophomore Senior division, while Chris Toyne, Richland Busy Bees and Gloria Heithoff, Willey Merry Maids, won secondhand third, respectively. All girls in the junior division of the dress revue received first place blue ribbons. Judging of the garments and the dress revue was handled by Marjorie Warner, Fort Dodge. There were 11 blue ribbons awarded to girls in the intermediate division, while five girls won red ribbons. Miss Venner's outfit was made for a total cost of $26.67. She said she selected the knit denim for easy care and comfort and for longer wearability. She described her outfit as one "which can be worn with different blouses to fit the occasion. I like the closures (large snaps) for quick, easy opening. The material has much stretch and is very comfortable. I feel it can be worn most anyplace." The Four County Fair officially got under way Sunday as 4-H livestock exhibits were taken to the fairgrounds throughout the day. The Carroll County Pork Producers served lunch to the exhibitors Sunday. Judging of 4-H swine began at 8 a.m. Monday. Judging of 4-H sheep began at 1:30 p.m. Monday, while the horse and pony show got under way at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday's fair schedule features the judging of 4-H dairy and beef cattle. AUXILIARY POTLUCK The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a potluck summer picnic at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the downstairs south room in the Legion Hall. They will begin collecting 1975 dues. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Generally fair and cool tonight and Tuesday. High Tuesday upper 70s northeast, mid 80s southwest. Low tonight 50s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday— Fair to partly cloudy and mild through the period. Below normal temperatures. Highs mostly from the mid 70s COOL to low 80s. Lows mid 50s to low 60s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 90 Yesterday's low 65 At 7 a.m. today 56 At 10a.m. today 72 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 7 a.m.) 19 in. rain Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today varied from a high of 80 to a low of 63 degrees. Briefly Ask Blouiii to Quit DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP)—The Dubuque County Republican Policy Committee on Monday urged 2nd District Democratic Congressional Candidate Michael Blouin to resign his seat in the Iowa Senate. In a letter to Blouin, County GOP Chairman Tom Tauke said Blouin should resign to save taxpayers thousands of dollars for a special election should the Dubuque Democrat be elected to Congress. The committee said that if Blouin resigned now, an election for his state senate seat could be held in the November general election. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hundreds of Episcopalians gathered at the Church of the Advocate today for the controversial ordination of 11 women, destined to become the first female priests in the Church's history. The 2,000-seat church, a scaled down copy of the Amiens Cathedral in France, was filled, and many persons stood at the rear of the main chamber. Paul Piccard, 50, of Tallahassee, Fla., son of one of the women being ordained, was optimistic that the week-long controversy over today's service would eventually cool. "I'm a great believer in the power of reconciliation," he said. "If Christians can't be reconciled, they are missing the point of their own faith.'' Three retired bishops who came here to perform the ordination were joined by a fourth active bishop, the Rt. Rev. Antonio Ramos of Costa Rica, which is part of the U.S. Episcopal denomination. Ramos did not come to participate in the actual ordination, but did plan to join the other three bishops in a laying on of hands, an important part of the ceremony. The ceremonies were set in defiance of the denomination's long-standing practice and , regulations. DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — The first of seven expensive small cars which will roll into dealer showrooms for 1975 goes on review today as Ford Motor Co. unveils its new luxury compact Mercury Monarch. Ford officials have spared little effort in comparing the Monarch's appearance to the luxury Mercedes-Benz. The car's over-all length is 199.9 inches—four inches longer than the Mercedes, but two feet shorter than a standard Mercury—and its boxy styling is intended to emulate the traditional European look. , Such minor details as trim, mouldings, hood ornaments, wheel covers and plush interiors were emphasized by Ford stylists to give the car a luxury appearance. The car is expected to sell for between $4,000 and $5,000, depending on options. Ford, which raised the price of its 1974 models an average $536 since the end of the 1973 model run, has indicated its other 1975 cars will cost an average 8 per cent more than their current price. DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — Ford Motor Co. says it can achieve a 25 per cent gasoline savings with a new stratified charge engine, but can't build it unless future pollution rules are relaxed. Ford President Lee lacocca said today the firm is "more optimistic than ever" about the stratified charge engines, which spread combustion over a longer period of time to obtain a more efficient burn. "These engines have two rather important characteristics: They can meet current emission standards, and they can deliver a fuel-economy improvement of up to 25 per cent, compared with current engines, "he said. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate is resuming work on a trade-reform bill that would give U.S. negotiators a weapon in the battle against worldwide inflation and shortages. But even though the Senate Finance Committee is back at work on the bill after several weeks' delay, there is no solid indication that the issue of Soviet emigration, which has held up action on the measure, has been resolved. And Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said in a weekend interview that, unless the measure can be brought before the Senate by early September, it may collide with a possible impeachment trial of President Nixon. LISBON, Portugal (AP) — President Antonio de Spinola said today that Guinea will be the first of Portugal's three African 7 colonies to be granted independence. "After we're through with Guinea, we will turn our attentions to Mozambique and Angola," Spinola said in a brief television inteview. The 64-year-old general had announced Saturday that Portugal was prepared to grant independence to its three African territories where Portuguese soldiers have been fighting independence movements for more than 13 years. WASHINGTON (AP) - California Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke, convicted of perjury for his testimony before a Senate committee, was under court order to meet with probation officers today for a presentencing interview. Reinecke remained free without bond after the U.S. District Court jury returned the verdict against him Saturday. He characterized the trial as a gross miscarriage of justice and said he will appeal. The conviction on a single perjury count carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $2,000 ROME (AP) — Health services were paralyzed across Italy today as an estimated 100,000 doctors began a 48-hour general strike in a demand for hospital reform and new labor contracts. The strike came as hospital administrators sought to cope with increasing financial problems which have forced most hospitals into debt. Some are unable to pay salaries without borrowing. Emergency services were not affected, authorities said. .* MONTPELIER, Iowa (AP)— One person was seriously injured Monday when 30 cars of a Milwaukee Road freight train derailed just outside of Montpelier. Boyd Payne, 71, Houston, Tex., who was riding in one of the cars when the derailment occurred, was hospitalized in Davenport. Authorities said Payne is not a railroad employe. The derailed cars blocked traffic, on Iowa 22 outside Montpelier. Railroad work crews were summoned from Missouri to help clear the wreckage.