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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1979, Carroll, Iowa to Carroll Daily Times Herald Vol. 110 27 February 7, 1979 - Eighteen Pages Delivered Carrier Kach for fifle Week 15c Copy Last Iranian oil arrives in U.S. WASHINGTON - The Carter administration has stepped up efforts to head off mandatory measures with a White House order for government oil a plan to industry into cooperating and a drive to the for additional energy An administration source who asked not to be named said Tuesday additional measures were being prepared for the president's The moves were prompted by continued loss of Iran's oil which supplied more than 5 million a day - some 9 percent of the non-Communist world's oil - before political turmoil halted it. Recent reductions from peak production in Saudi which had partly offset the Iranian now threaten to worsen the impact of the Iranian The last oil tanker loaded in Iran reached the United States this the source which means that the impact of the shutdown is only now beginning to be felt Addressing a Senate subcommittee Economic Regulatory Administrator David J. Bardin spelled out the kind of mandatory the nation may face if it fails to save enough oil crude oil would have to be allocated among refineries by the federal fuel oil and other refined products also might have to be allocated at the wholesale although direct consumer rationing would remain a last-ditch of gasoline and fuel at service stations might be restricted during with Sunday closings a cooling and hot water in commercial and public buildings might Farmer's Almanac predictions story in Mr. and Mrs. Randy Drees of Rt. 2 and their two-year-old daughter were surprised this week Times Herald Photo By Caroline Bruggeman to see a variety of summer cookout supplies on the shelves at on East Highway 30. Almanac says weather woes to continue By JEANNE PINDER Associated Press Writer Message to all Iowans who are suffering from cabin fever and attacks of nausea and severe headaches at the mention of the words and related It's going to get After the January many Iowans may have forgotten that there's another element that makes winter disgusting - it gets And the Old Farmer's which has a reasonably good track record when it comes to long-range weather says February should be much colder than if you've been thinking that Iowa will make it through the rest of the winter without a heavy don't hold your The Almanac says we'll have snow in the next couple of and then again toward the end of the Nestled in among such invaluable bits of information as gestation and mating tables for farm an article entitled Wood A Gardener's Best a table of the year's best fishing and a story about are the Almanac's predictions for 1979.. First are the Almanac's predictions to be Listen to the weather forecasts are determined by very old including a formula devised by the founder of this almanac in 1792. as well as by scientific calculations Farmer's See Page 7 be limited by government government might also limit the number of parking spaces made avaiable by employers and by commercial it might ban such as advertising The administration wants to prevent those things through its intensified campaign of voluntary In a memo issued last President Carter ordered federal agencies to lead the way by setting oil-saving goals and issuing instructions by Feb. 15 and reporting the results in three Bishops fail to chart plan to help poor Mexico - Latin America's Roman Catholic bishops failed to chart a specific plan of action to ease the plight of the poor and oppressed in the first draft of a policy statement for their decennial The document released Tuesday recommends a cautious role for priests under the region's many authoritarian military The conference ends and a final draft is expected Lines were drawn two years ago when a was prepared to guide 150 voting cardinals and bishops and 200 observers and advisers from every faith gathered here for the third general conference of Latin American One side demands intensification of the direction set at the second conference in in 1968. when Pope Paul VI called the deep involvement with the But conservatives argued that Catholic activism in organizing peasants has brought reflex repression from suspicious They demand a return to traditional emphasis on the Both sides found support in the words of Pope John II during his visit to Mexico to open the He sided with the conservatives when he exhorted the clergy to stay out of politics and use their pulpits to awaken those in power to their duties toward the peasants and But the were heartened by his outspoken sympathy for the poor and his calls on the rich and powerful to face up to their responsibilities to the less Outside Occasional snow likely Wednesday night ending Thursday Low zero to 5 Highs Thursday 6 to 12 Probability of measurable 60 percent Wednesday 40 percent ERA amendment to go before Iowa voters in 1980 DES Iowa - A proposed equal rights amendment to the Iowa Constitution guaranteeing equality before the law for both men and women has received final approval by the Iowa The Senate passed the measure 44-5 clearing the way for the proposed amendment to be voted on by the people at the general election in 1980. The proposed amendment was first approved by the Legislature last A constitutional amendment must be approved by two successive legislatures and then ratified by the people to become Sen. Julia said that if the equal rights amendment to the U.S. Constitution were the amendment to the state constitution wouldn't be But since the federal constitutional change has fallen short of ratification by threefourths of the she Iowans need the guarantee of equality which the amendment a constitutional guarantee that men and women will be treated as individuals before the the court's application of laws can be very Mrs. Gentleman She said opponents of ERA contend it isn't needed because modern interpretation of the U.S. Constitution and its 14th Amendment give women the constitutional guarantee of equality they But she said the U.S. Supreme Court in a long line of cases starting in 1873 had upheld state laws that discriminated against It wasn't until 1971 that the Supreme Court first used the 14th Amendment to strike down a sex and it has been applied ever Mrs. Gentleman said Sen. Ray tried to amend the proposed amendment to cover women and He said children need their rights protected but his amendment got only 10 Another Taylor to declare that no rights women now have could be rescinded if the constitutional change is got only five Joe Dalhoff was named the winner Tuesday evening of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce's Community Service wins service award By WILBERT REITZ Times Herald News Editor A man described as of Main a booster and a tireless community received the Kith annual Carroll Chamber of Commerce Community Service award Tuesday night He is Joe owner and operator of Joe's Paint Center in Carroll In making the presentation at a dinner at the Kiks Mayor Ronald Schechtman said Dalhoff ridden in the saddle of virtually every civic and service organization in the Carroll was fortunate in 1956." Schechtman when Dalhoff returned to the community he knew so well and where he spent his high school years We on the Community Awards Committee know of few citizens in Carroll who had done so much for their Schechtman read a list of community activities in which Dalhoff has participated During his years with the Dalhoff held every office in the local He served as president in 1961 and received the Jaycees Distinguished Service Award in 1963. He was closely associated with the Swan Lake project and the municipal golf course while a member of the Jaycees In 1962. Dalhoff served the first two terms on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is still an active participant in Chamber He was one of the movers in 1963 to establish an air taxi In the same year he served as president of Carroll Area a translator that was constructed through public and which later was taken over by the City of Carroll Noted for his rustic sense of Dalhoff in 1967 organized through the Chamber the annual St. Boniface day in This was a German answer to the Irish community's annual observance of St. Patrick's For several years beginning in 1968. Dalhoff served as Little League During his the current regulation fields and dugouts were built For many years he served as Little League umpire and still is active as a team Dalhoff has been active in the Carroll swim program During his term as president of the swim he secured community funding for team uniforms and bus He was water safety chairman of the American Red Cross from 1972 to 1977 Dalhoff spent seven years as an officer or a trustee of the Elks He was the exalted ruler in 1970. the year he organized the Elk's He has been that event's chairman ever Dalhoff has worked for many years for the underprivileged of the area He was active in the Developmental Center was chairman for several years of the Chamber Community Fund drive and served as campaign chairman for the Carroll United Way drive in 1974 He headed the United Way in 1975. His most recent caper was the establishment of a mythical Halbur University in his home town Every year raise thousands of dollars to provide real college scholarships for students from Halbur and the surrounding area Dalhoff works six days a week from 7 a.m. until 6 but still finds time to work for the community Married in 1953. Dalhoff and his are parents of six children He spent the years 1953-55 in military service A capacity crowd attended the dinner preceding the Robert Stocked was master of ceremonies The 1978 Chamber report was given by Past President Mike Benton and the 1979 report by President Robert Day Invocation and benediction was offered by the Rev. Roger See Page 7 Heat shut parents face charges after baby freezes to death in crib NEW YORK - Her relatives lined the windows with cardboard from diaper boxes to keep out the But they didn't pay their gas for 18 and 9-month-old Cynthia clad only in was found frozen to death in her Her 2-year-old was found swollen with frostbite when police were called to the basement apartment of the two-story house that utility company officials said had been unhealed since July 1977. The temperature was in the Authorities said they were considering charges against the baby's Thomas 21, and Eileen 24. Thirteen others in four generations lived in the house in the South Ozone Park section of Frank the infant's found the child's body Tuesday and called police from a neighbor's The children's stomachs were bloated because they ever fed them was warm water or They'd cry themselves to sleep down there in the said an 18-year-old Eddie Tommy was treated at Queens General Hospital for Three other young including two were turned over to the city's Bureau of Child Welfare after being treated for Another Russell 15, said older family members frequently only ate boiled in water with nothing on The inside of the he just a it's a there are roaches and in the house ever What the when it's 13 degrees who's going to take a shower or a Cordero William a spokesman for Brooklyn Union Gas Co. said the meter at the two-story structure was removed July 26, 1977. for a totalling don't know what they did for heat last he adding that the family had been advised the meter could be reinstalled if they paid the by installments or some other The family never Hand in the house Almost everybody gets a Cordero Welfare officials confirmed that the dead girl's Lorraine 50, and six of her children receive welfare Her 46, a collector of used receives Social Security supplementary income for an undisclosed said Cynthia and her brother never let out of the They cried themselves to I could hear them down in the en from the basement was like an It felt warm when you came
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