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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Carroll, Iowa Yankees Kaye Wood record Falls to 18-14 by the associated Chuck Tanner did t want Wilbur Wood to pitch win Only one Day s rest Between he gave him 3% hours instead. The manager of the Chicago White sox donned his thinking Cap when the new York Yankees Kafoed his knuckle gaming Ace in an eight run first inning assault that highlighted a 20-hit, 12-2 Romp in the opener of Friday s twi night double header. Undaunted Tanner started Weed in the Nightcap and Roy White s grand slam Home run chased Weed in the fifth inning As the yanks completed a 7-0 sweep behind Sam Mcdowell s two hitter in a game halted by rain in the Bottom of the sixth. The double defeat lowered Wood s once glamorous record to 18-14. Elsewhere in the american league California whipped Baltimore 8-3, Boston blanked Minnesota 5-0, Kansas City trimmed Milwaukee 6-1 and Texas held off Detroit 8-6. Angels 8/ orioles 3 John Stephenson s two run single and a two run double by Alan Gallagher highlighted a six run third inning that powered the Angels and Bill Singer past the orioles. In posting a 15th Triumph and beating Baltimore for the third time this season Singer dropped the orioles 2vz games behind the Yankees in the Al s East division. Red sex 5, twins  Home runs by Tommy Harper in the first inning and Carton Fisk in the second off Bert Blyleven backed the five hit Piching of John Curtis and led the bed sox Over the twins. Harper later added a pair of run scoring singles and Fisk had one. A s 6, indians 3 Ray Fosse singled Home Joe Rudl with the tie breaking run in the sixth inning and then scored what proved to be the winning run on a double by Bert Campaneria As the a s nipped the indians. The Victory was Catfish Hunter s 10th in a Row and gave him a 15-3 Mark. The loss went to Gaylord Perry 8-14, who allowed 13 hits including a 450-foot Homer by Reggie Jackson. John Low Enstein and Walt Williams homered for Cleveland. Royals e. Brewers 1 Hal Mcrae s two run single featured a three run second inning and Steve Hovley singled Home two More in the eighth As the royals beat the Brewers. John Mayberry started the second with a double against Chris Short and went to third on Rick reichardts. Single. After Lou Piniella walked to Load the bases Mcrae singled for two runs. Piniella came Home on Fred Fatek s Force out. Rangers 8, tigers a the rangers lashed six consecutive hits in a six run first inning including a two run double by Jim Mason and a two run single by Ken Suarez and then held off a late rally to defeat the tigers. It was the biggest inning against the tigers this season. I the National league san Francisco edged Chicago 5-4, los Angeles shaded St. Louis 4-3 in 15 innings Pittsburgh took two from san Diego 54 in 10 innings and 7-0, Cin Cinna blanked Montreal 4-0, Houston trounced new York 6-2 and Philadelphia beat Atlanta 64. Daily record Atlanta loses despite Aaron s 699th cubs falter again 5-4 by the associated press the pressure on Henry Aaron As the Atlanta great continues his Challenge of babe Ruth s Home run record is spreading. Philadelphia s Bill Robinson leaped High Over Atlanta stadium s seven foot High Fence to Rob Dusty Baker of a game lying Home run and preserve the Phillies 4 Victory Over the braves Friday night but aside from Hie Joy about the catch something else made Robinson Happy. 1 gosh the fans might have killed me if Henry Aaron had hit that Ball Robinson said. Aaron hit one that no one could catch a drive into the left Field seats for his 26th Home run of the season and the 699th of his career. In other National league games the Pittsburgh pirates swept the san Diego padres 5-4 in 10 innings and 7-0 in a twi night doubleheader san Francisco Defeated Chicago 5-4, Cincinnati blanked Montreal 4-0, Houston Defeated the new York mets 6-2, and the los Angeles dodgers edged the St. Louis cardinals 4-3 in 15 innings. Major leagues .643 .567 7% .957 m .520 12 .455 18% .344 29 National league East w. L. Pet . Chicago 51 44 .537 St. Lotus 1 49 45 .521 a Pittsburgh 44 48 .478 5% Montreal 44 49 .473 6 Philadelphia 43 5\ .457 7% new York 40 51 440 9 West los Angeles 63 35 Cincinnati 55 42 san Francisco 54 43 Houston 52 48 Atlanta 45 54 Sah Diego 33 63 Friday s games san Francisco 5, Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 5-7, san Diego 4-0, 1st game 10 innings Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 4 Cincinnati 4, Montreal 0 Houston 6, new York 2 los Angeles 4, St. Louis 3, 15 innings saturday s games san Diego Arlin 6-8 at Pittsburgh Briles 8-8 san Francisco Barr 7-9 at Chicago Pappas 5-8 Philadelphia Brett 8-3 at Atlanta Schueler 5-4n los Angeles Sutton 12-5 at St. Louis Gibson 9-9n Montreal Renko 9-5 at Cincinnati Nelson 2-2n new York Koosman 7-9 at Houston Forsch 8-8n sunday s games san Diego at Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia at Atlanta 2 san Francisco at Chicago los Angeles at St. Louis Montreal at Cincinnati new York at Houston american league East new York Baltimore Boston Detroit Milwaukee Cleveland Oakland Kansas City California Minnesota Chicago Texas w l. 56 43 49 41 51 43 49 46 47 47 35 61 West 54 42 53 46 48 46 48 46 48 48 32 61 pet. . .566 .544 2vz .543 2y2 .516 5 .500 6% .365 19% .563 .535 2ms .511 5 .511 5 .500 6 .344 20% Friday s games new York 12-7, Chicago 2-0, 2nd game 6 innings rain Boston 5, Minnesota 0 Texas 8, Detroit 6 Kansas City 6, Milwaukee 1 Oakland 6, Cleveland 5 California 8, Baltimore 3 saturday s games Chicago Bahnsen 12-9 at new York Peterson 7-10 Minnesota Woodson 9-4 at Boston Pattin 9-12 Cleveland Wilcox 6-5 at Oakland Blue 7-5n Milwaukee Slaton 7-7 at Kansas City Wright 5-4n Detroit Lolich 9-9 at Texas Clyde 1-3n Baltimore Mcnally 8-11 at California Wright 8-12n sunday s games Chicago at new York Minnesota at Boston Milwaukee at Kansas City Cleveland at Oakland n Detroit at Texas n Baltimore at California n the weather Iowa forecast occasional rain or drizzle today High in the 70s. Partial Clearing Wes Iraln continuing East tonight with lows in the lower 50s Northwest to near 70 Southeast. Increase in cloudiness northwest., becoming partly Cloudy Southeast sunday with highs lower 80s. Iowa extended forecast met Tufty through wednesday a tic Walt of rain tuesday and . Trap Satores near Normal with highs mid is to Low 90s. Lows mid 60s to Low 70s. The weather in Carroll Dally to Mph pm Turey Courtesy of Iowa Pullo Sar Loa company yesterday s High 76 yesterday s Low 63 at 7 . Today .-.70 at 10 . Today69 precipitation 24 hours prior to 9 30 . .59 Inch of rain weather a year age Carroll temperatures Rose to a High of 90 a year ago today in Carroll Low for the Day was 73 degrees. Pirates 5-7, padres 4-0 Rennie Stennett hit two Home runs and five singles in 10 trips to the plate in leading the pirates to their sweep. His 10th-inning Homer decided the first game handing Mike Caldwell the loss and his seventh Homer of the season in the second game backed the six hit pitching of Jim Booker. Giants 5, cubs 4 Bobby Bonds doubled twice and scored each time on singles by Garry Maddox to help the giants make Juan Marichal the winning est Active Pitcher in baseball. Marichal s eighth Victory in 13 decisions was the 235th of his major league career one More than Bob Gibson of the St. Louis cardinals. Astros 6,mets 2 Doug Rader hit two Home runs and Cesar Cedeno hit one to Power the astros Over the mets and John Matlack. Mat Lack 7-12, had tossed a one hitter at the astros just 10 Days ago but radar s three run shot in the sixth inning gave the astros All the runs they needed. Reds 4, expos 0 Fred Norman teamed with Pedro Borbon to hold the expos to five hits in the rain delayed game. Montreal was Able to get a runner to third base in the third and to second in the fifth and seventh but that was As close As they could come to scoring. Dodgers 4, cardinals 3 Steve Garvey s shot off reliever Wayne Granger in the top half of the 15th inning carried the dodgers to their eighth Victory in 10 decisions with the cardinals this season. Los Angeles had pulled into the Lead behind a three run first that included Joe Ferguson s 14th Home run of the season but St. Louis got Back one run in the first and tied it in the fifth when Bernie Carbo homered after Ken Reitz had reached base on Ron Cey s error. In american league action the new York Yankees Defeated Wilbur Wood and the Chicago White sox 12-2 and 7-0 in a twi night doubleheader shortened by rain the Boston red sox blanked the Minnesota twins 5-0 on a five hitter by John Curtis California whipped Ballimore 8-9, Kansas City topped Milwaukee 6-1, Texas held off Detroit 8-6, and Oak land edged Cleveland 6-5. Sheriff s office charges filed charges of Possession of Beer by a minor have been filed against a 16-year-old Carroll juvenile resulting from a Check of Smiley s tavern Railston Friday night by agents of the Iowa Beer and liquor enforcement division. Carroll county sheriff John g. Longnecker and deputies Roger o tool and Doug Bass assisted the state agents. The Beer was allegedly sold to the 16-year-old by a 13-year-old bartender at the tavern Longnecker said. Charges Are pending against the 13-year-old and the tavern which is operated by Gladys Rinnan Ralston Longnecker said. Twe car Accident Linda Hartwigsen Glidden and Robyn Martin Carroll were treated and released at St. Anthony regional Hospit Here Friday night for injuries they received in a two car Accident one mile East of Carroll on . 30, Deputy sheriff Roger o tool reported. Miss Hartwigsen was a passenger in a car driven by Michael Mcclellan Glend ale ariz., and miss Martin was a passenger in a car driven by Steven Lane Carroll o tool said. The front of the Mcclellan vehicle was in collision with the rear of the Lane vehicle As both were eastbound on the Highway and the Lane vehicle stopped to make a left turn o tool said. Highway patrol one injured Joseph w. Ballantine 22, Vail received minor injuries Friday night when the car Ballantine was driving went off the Road two Miles North of Westside Long reported. Long said the Ballatine vehicle was southbound on the pavement dropped off the right shoulder went out of control entered a ditch overturned and struck with a Utility pole. Ballatine was alone in his vehicle. Long said charges of failure to have control of the vehicle were filed against Ballantine. One car Accident a car driven by David g Grossman 19, Des Moines went off the Blacktop and into the ditch two Miles North of ded Ham Early saturday morning Iowa state trooper Larry Long reported. Neither Grossman nor a passenger Dennis Schultes Dedham were injured Long said. Charges of failure to have the vehicle under control were filed against Grossman Long said. Police department two car Accident cars driven by Harold j. Wie land Carroll and Mabel a Weems Manning collided at the intersection of . 30 and main Street Friday afternoon police reported. Police said the Accident occurred As the Wie land vehicle was southbound on main Street and the Weenie vehicle was northbound on main Street attempting a left turn onto . 30. No injuries were reported. Hit and runs a car owned by Tom Siedl. Coon rapids was struck by an unidentified vehicle Early saturday morning while parked in front of 1203 North main Street police reported. A car owned by Betty l Lane Carroll was struck by an unidentified vehicle Friday while parked on sixth Street near its intersection with North  War Powers continued from Page 1 cast by Liberal democrats who feared the Bill could give a president War making Powers he does t have under the Constitution. Some of them might switch sides and oppose the expected Nixon veto. On the other hand republicans who supported the Bill will be under Strong pressure to uphold the president so the outcome remains in doubt. Walnut Street police reported. No injuries were reported in either of the accidents. Carroll markets Grain soybeans no. 2 old $9.40 soybeans no. 2 new 7.00 Corn no. 2 yellow old 2.19 Corn no. 2 yellow new 2.02 oats.80 livestock markets Midwest carlot Des Moines Iowa a us Isid a Friday s Midwest carlot meat Trade for Iowa and River Market areas Choice steer and Heifer beef not established. Fresh pork loins 50 to 4.00 higher skinned hams uneven closing Trade steady to 3.50 lower seedless bellies 2.00-6.00 higher loins 14 la and Down 97.00-101.25 14-17 la 96.00-99.00 skinned hams 17-20 la 83.00 20-26 la 79.50-82.50. Seedless bellies 10-14 la 78.00 14-16 la 77.50-78.00. Regional Index Minneapolis Minn. A Friday s closing statistical average of 85 securities of major firms in Minnesota North Dakota Montana Iowa Nebraska and Western Wisconsin compiled by Dain Kalman & Quail inc indices based on 100 As of 12-31-65. Avg net change comp. Ind. 118.87 0. Mfg. 159.62 1.09 Utility 73.03 0.04 food 97.03 0.85 finance 137.05 1.28 retail 89.87 1.36 transp. 87.24 1.34 note under net change a plus unless otherwise indicated Timet Herald Carroll la. Saturday july 21, 1973  wiederhold continued from Page 1 deaths funerals class of 43 meets at elks members of the class of 1943 of St. Angela s Academy had lunch at the elks club thursday july 19, at 12 30 . To celebrate their 30 year reunion. St. Angelas now part of Kuem per High school was an All girl boarding school in 1943. Nine class members mrs. Laverne Bernholtz mrs. Tony Bruening and mrs. Lawrence Wittry All of Maple River mrs. Ray Hacker and mrs. Melvin Potthoff both of Halbur mrs. Laurence Lappe mrs. Marvin Beyerink and mrs. William Schleisman Carroll and mrs. William Sondgeroth of Coon rapids attended the reunion. As the governing unit the commune of Venice embraces two areas the old City and the growing town of Mestre. Country club Golf at press time the men s club championship at the Carroll country club was to Start at 1 . With All golfers playing nine holes with persons either declaring or net declaring the championship flight. If the tournament is postponed today the championship flight golfers will go 18 holes on sunday and everybody nine holes. Par sons should Call the pro shop after 3 . For tee off times. The championship flight will Start at t . Sunday morning. Elected chief until his resignation in 1913. While fire chief wiederhold organized the Carroll Union fire department which consisted of 85 men in uniform in three fire department and one police units. In addition he was elected City councilman of the third Ward in 1912. He served in this capacity through 1915 when he was elected to a two year term As councilman at Large. This marked his retirement from Public office until 1951, when he was elected to the Park commission which he served for 16 years. He retired at the age of 94. He aided the Community in other endeavours As Well. When the Fri its Catholic Church was constructed in Carroll he helped haul the Brick from Boone. In 1905, wiederhold did some Interior work on the recently demolished Hospital. He was also Active in building the present Hospital and nursing Home. Along with others he was on the original committee to build the nursing Home. He sought permission from the Bishop in Sioux City to solicit funds for the Home. After obtaining permission he returned to collect funds. Besides his Community involvement through the years wiederhold belongs to several social organizations. Presently he is the oldest member of the knights of Columbus in Iowa both in terms of age and years of membership. He is a fourth degree member and served As a charter member of the columbian building Assn. In 1965, he was honoured As a 50-year member of the United commercial travellers actin organization to which he has belonged for 58 years. He is also a charter member of the Carroll elks Lodge 1637. One of the highlights of his career came in 1958, when he was knighted by Pope Pius Xii with the title Knight of St. Gregory the great. Laster the same year he was invested within the order by the Bishop the most Rev. Joseph m. Mueller in a colourful ceremony in the Cathedral of Epiphany in Sioux City. Wiederhold received the award for his activity in the knights of Columbus and for his promotion and organization of the Catholic action Days in the mid fifties. The event was held three or four years in a Row. At one time a mass on the baseball Field was attended by 12,000 persons with five Bishops assisting. He attributes his longevity to hard work. At the age of 92, for instance a Friend found him shovelling Snow in front of his Home. After being told that he was too old for that kind of work wiederhold responded this is what keeps me when asked what stands out most in his mind As a major change in the Community through the years wiederhold Only gestured towards the reporter s notes and said you be got it All right his life Story seems to describe fairly Well the changes he has seen and initiated Here. His social attitude has not changed. He keeps up with current events by Reading three newspapers a Day and says he is interested in what is happening now. Presently wiederhold is re or. Mercedes Hoffmann a funeral mass for or. Mercedes Hoffmann 83, who died july 18, was celebrated Friday at 1 . At holy spirit Church with the it. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz v.f., officiating. The Rev. Richard Macke was in the Sanctuary. Interment was in the sacred siding at the St. Anthony nursing Home. A Public reception celebrating wiederhold s 100th birthday will be held at the elks club Judy 28 from 2-4 . He requests that guests bring no gifts. Jury awards $22,500 in slander suit Des Moines Iowa a a Polk county District court jury has returned a judgment of $22,500 in a slander suit against Des Moines City councilman Russell la Vine. The jury awarded $7,500 for actual damages and $15,-000 for punitive damages to Max Cowman of Des Moines. The Lodgment was awarded Friday after six hours of deliberation. The suit developed from a statement made by la Vine at a City Council meeting last aug 28 in which la Vine called cow Man a convicted Felon. The comment came As the Council was discussing Cowman s Rippli cation to be an auxiliary policeman. La Vine claimed a did not knowingly or maliciously make a false statement and that his statement was based on information in official Law enforcement files. The files showed that when Cowman was 15 years old he was committed to the boys training school in Eldora by the juvenile court for forgery after the verdict la Vine told newsmen this was a poor Reward for a Public official that was Only trying to do his la Vine said state Law provides that the City will have to pay the $7,500 in actual damages and he will be responsible for the $15,000 punitive dam Ages. But City officials said there was some question whether or not the City would have to pay Tutt $7,500. Asst. City atty. James Sar Cone or. Said state Law exempts a City from liability for its officers and employees in cases of malfeasance. Vets attend first a course Timet Herald no i servl6� Manning the first meet big of the Manning veterans agriculture program was held monday evening july 9 at 7 3 in the Plaza basement. Twenty one area Farmers attended this first organizational meeting. Meeting dates and times As we As plans to attend the Annua cattleman s Days at Ames were discussed. This course is a three year program for veterans engaged in agriculture and is being conducted by or. Dan Spotts of the Des Moines area Community College out of Ankeny. Heart cemetery at Templeton. Graveside services were conducted by the Rev. Eugene Schumacher. Pallbearers were Dominie Sibenaller Matt Goetzinger Lambert Hackfort Andrew Kirsch Vince Gehling and John Gehling. Friends of or. Hoffmann attended from Carroll Roselle Halbur and the surrounding Community. Arrangements were under the direction of Sharp funeral Home. Ris Beulah Callaway funeral services for Iris Beulah Callaway 75, were held saturday july 21, at 2 . At the first United methodist Church with the Rev. Or. Francis e. Brockman officiating Rebekah Lodge 191 services were held at 7 30 . At the Dahn and Woodhouse funeral Home. Interment was in the Carroll City cemetery. Mrs. Donald Severin was organist. Soloist Lee Bratten Sang nearer my god to thee and Beautiful pallbearers were William Boell Donovan Boell Hugo Cheever Roland Heuton Paul Eischeid and Jerry Nichols. Miss Callaway died july 18 in Carroll. William Launderville Vail William launder Ville 77, of Vail died Friday june 20. Funeral arrangements Are under the direction of Huerb Ner funeral Home at Denison. Or. Launderville is survived by a daughter mrs. Wilfred Schneider Carroll and other relatives in the area. Funeral services will be monday 10 ., at St. Ann s Church in Vail with the Rev. Harold Cooper officiating. William a. Hanson Lake View William a. Hanson 82, of Lake View died thursday july 19, at his Home after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be monday at 2 . At the United Church of Christ Lake View with the Rev. Ira s. Williams officiating. Masonic services will be sunday at 8 . At Farber and Otteman funeral Home Lake View. Interment will be in ode Bolt cemetery. Or. Hanson was born aug. 18,1890, at Solon the son of Anton and Thea soot Hanson. He was a retired insurance Man. He is survived by his wife Emma Lake View one son Warren h. Hanson Odebolt one daughter mrs. Herman Dorothy Klemsrud Indianapolis ind. Three Stepsons Duane Wicker Des Moines Lewis Wicker fort Dodge and Vernon Wicker Lake View 12 grandchildren eight great grandchildren two Sisters mrs. Mabel Erickson Hollywood Calif., and mrs. Elsie Anderson Hollywood Calif. Three Brothers Harold Woodbine Walter Omaha neb., and Herman Nice calf. Or. Hanson was preceded in death by one brother Roland a sister in infancy and his first wife Victoria Erickson who died in 1930. Hot off the wire anniversary or. And mrs. Kenneth hike or no. 1, Carroll Iowa will be observing their 35th wedding anniversary on sunday aug. 5, at 2 30 ., at the City Park shelter House at Glidden. All friends and relatives Are cordially invited to attend. Mother about to Bury daughter finds she s alive Daytona Beach Fla. A a Niagara Falls n.y., Mother was about to Bury her daughter when she discovered another girl s body was in the coffin and her daughter was alive in Florida. Friends Tell me this is the kind of thing that happens Only in books said Frances soothe ran in a Telephone interview with the Daytona Beach news journal. Her daughter Sandy 18, was in a Daytona Beach jail after she was found guilty Friday of obstructing Justice by disguise and giving false information to police. Police said the dead girl was Debra Henderson 14, also of Niagara Falls who was travelling through Florida with Sandy. Debra died sunday after being hit by a car while walking along a Daytona Beach Street. Police found Sandy s identity papers on the body and said the elder girl gave her name As Patricia Bodkin. Washington a former White House aide Gordon Strachan admits destroying documents about political intelligence hut denies knowing about the watergate wiretapping in Advance or participating in a cover up. His testimony already in conflict with that of former Campaign Deputy Jeb Stuart Magruder and ousted White House counsel John w. Dean Iii will face stiff testing by the Senate watergate committee when the televised hearings resume monday. Iowa City Lawa a the Johnson county attorney s office is expected to bring evidence to the grand jury july 30 concerning a coed death which occurred Here last March according to informed sources. Two persons were subpoenaed on fingerprint evidence last May but there were no arrests. The Bureau of criminal investigation and local authorities said the investigation of the Case is nearly Complete but there has been no confirmation of a suspect. Sarah Ottens 20, of Morrison 111., was found dead shortly before Midnight in her University of Iowa dormitory room on March 13. Police said she died of suffocation As a result of multiple neck injuries. Mersa Madruh Egypt a thousands of uninvited libyan Unity marchers left this Mediterranean resort for Home today after hearing reports that libyan Leader Moa Inmar Aba Day had resigned. However the resignation was not accepted and the fiery libyan Leader was still in Power today. A car equipped with a Loudspeaker threaded through the 20,000 camped marchers today ordering them to return to Libya and meet in Benghazi. Detroit a improved pensions and More free time were key demands outlined to two of the big three automakers As the first week of the 1978 labor contract negotiations ended. The Law wound up its presentation to Ford on Friday with proposals for a guaranteed $650 per month pension after 30 years and More vacation time. The key is stability said Melvin Glasser Law social Security expert the key is keeping that Benefit at $850 per Clinton Lawa a two Clinton women have been killed 67 about three Miles North of 67 about three Miles North of Clinton. Clinton county sheriff s officers identified Ehe women As Ella Franciska Weigandt 78, and Sylvia Irene co Czolno 54, the Driver of the car. Their car collided Friday with tuck driven by Gary John Kearney 33, of Farley. Kearney was injured and taken to a Clinton Hospital. Omaha neb. A a do. Fiance Iowa Man is Nebraska s latest traffic totality. Adolph Schaben 32, was killed Friday afternoon in a grinding two car crash at an Omaha Street intersection. Authorities said Schaben pulled his car out in front of a car driven Jerry Phillips 24, of Omaha

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