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July 2, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Kennebeek Renamed to Post in F.B. Earl Kennebeek of Pleasant Valley township was reappointed membership chairman of the Carroll County Farm Bureau at the July meeting of the board of directors Monday night in the Farm Bureau building. Mr. Kennebeek served In the same capacity for the year 1956-57 » j New Roof Let A contract for a new roof on the Farm Bureau building, made necessary by hail damage, was let to the Andrews Roofing Company Plans were discussed tor a " booth which will be sponsored by the <Jarroll County Farm Bureau at the Four-County Fair in Coon Rapids July 29 to August 1. It was decided that a guessing game will be one of the principal attrac tions. Posters of Farm Bureau services will be displayed, and free balloons given away as favors. Directors will be on duty to man the booth and visitors will be given an opportunity to register for prizes. Final arrangements were made for the annual Farm Bureau picnic in Graham Park, August 15. Named as members of a planning committee were Kenneth Nees of Kniest township, George Slocum of Richland township and Roger Snyder of Jasper township. A committee of Rural Young People met coincidentally in another room of the Farm Bureau building to plan their part in the picnic which will include games for the younger participants. Lou- Tlme* Herald, Carrelt, lews Tuesday, July 2, 19S7 ^Disarmament Without Red China: Dulles PROMOTED . . . Roy Brunlng, who has been in Korea since February, has been promoted from private to private first class. He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brunlng of Breda. His address is Pfc. Raymond Bru­ nlng, R.A. 17470623, 8224 A.U.M.P. Security Det., APO 971, San Francisco, Calif. WASHINGTON Ifft-Secretary of State Dulles said Tuesday a worldwide disarmament system can be worked out even though Communist China is barred from the basic treaty. Dulles told a news conference a disarmament program could be based on the pre-supposition that Red China would cooperate, and that it would be in Russia's interest to try to assure such coopera- tidh. If Red China did not, he added, the fact would become known and other nations could act to protect themselves. On another phase of world af­ fairs, Di 'lles said the United States i Russia government believes that what he called Communist despotism in Russia will eventually give way to a rule of much greater freedom through a process of evolutionary change. In a speech at San Francisco last Friday, Dulles had said that he considered Communist oppression a "passing phase" in China. He had related this to the problem of United States recognition of Red China, which he rejected as out of the question under present conditions. On the same theme, Dulles said Tuesday he thought changes in toward greater internal freedom would be evolutionary whereas in China there are more elements of a revolutionary nature. He said he would not put a time limit on his prediction toward either country, 1 year, or 5 years, or 10 years. In response to a question, he said he certainly thought the descendents of Soviet Communist Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev would live under a system of freedom. Khrushchev predicted a few weeks ago that President Eisenhower's grandchildren would live under communism in the United States. Dulles divorced the internal policies of Russia and Red China from the recognition issue in discussing the matter Tuesday. The test for recognition, he said, is one of respectability in international conduct, not of internal policy. Measurements of Rett Chinese respectability, Dulles said, include such things as treatment of Americans (six U.S\ citizens are still imprisoned there), adherence to international obligations and the tendency of the government to live peacefully in the world. State Refuses To Pay Special Assessment Bill Eight Killed in Wyoming Crash Accord Reached, ftarh Bock in Market , WATERLOO m - The Rath ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. A j Packing Co. was back in the mar- two-car collision killed eight per- ket Tuesday following settlement sons Monday night and left two, 0 f a week-long work stoppage Four Teens in Beer Brawl Raid Get Jail Terms DES MOINES (fl — -The Iowa j sons Monday night and left two • 0 f a week-long work stoppage i DAVENPORT l*l — Four teen Executive Council refused Monday! others in serious condition. I which had affected approximately : agers Monday were ordered to to authorize payment of a $28,791 pj ve 0 f tn e dead were soldiers,! 3,500 employes of the firm. | serve terms ranging from 30 to 90 special assessment by the City of apparently on leave. . j The company had been out of days in ,he county jail as a result o.. t - t ^ identified as James 1 the market since the strike start- of 8 P° lice raid on what lhe y de L. Steen, 23, of Pensacola, Fla.;|ed June 24 with 85 employes out scr 'bed as a Des Moines against the State Fair Board. The amount, the city claims, is the state's share' of extension of the Four Mile Creek sewer system. The fair board had declined to pay the assessment on the basis of a ruling by the attorney general's office, and the council said it would support that ruling. The attorney general's office said the state is not liable for the assessment since the property belongs to the state and no assess- when they were unable to saw ,, through the bars on a cellhouse vine Hoffman of Carroll reported ; window. Prisoners Foce 5 Additionol Years For Escape Attempt FORT MADISON UP)—Two penitentiary inmates Tuesday faced a possible five more years in prison form, escape^ a ^m Pi which_failed j — ^„'V^d7\galns71£e! m£ Donnie Reason, about 25; Hubert Goessman, 22; William Brown, 21; and William Irwin, about 25, all believed to have been from Ft. Lewis, Wash. Coroner Hugt Thomas said the soldiers' car "may have been on the wrong side of the road." The other dead were identified as Conrad Miller, 21, of nearby Green River; his recent bride, Karen, 18, and Mrs. Barbara Whittlesey, about 19, of Green AT GREAT LAKES . . . Eugene Pawletzkl, who entered the navy June 15, Is In training at Great Lakes, 111. He Is presently serving as a second class mall clerk. The navyman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pawletzkl. is addressed: Eugene Pawletzkl, R.S. 9736737, Co. 185, 142nd Bait., 14 Regt. R.T.C., U.S.N.T.C., Great Lakes, III. beer brawl." This led to layoffs affecting the j Police said an elaborate warning'; other workers. I system foiled their first several at-1 An agreement between repre-1 tempts to break up the wild party. | senatives of the company and the which they said involved more cy of a minor; and Betty Wasnam, United Packinghouse Workers Un- ! than 30 youths, Sunday. ; 18. pf Blue Grass. 30 days for con- „ - J ion was reached Monday night. The j Finally, however, eigh» officers ! trbutin « to the delinquency of a • permits to Adelaide Spaen for issue of the company's right- to' forced entrance to the apartment i minor - | f pae " s . y r ° cery ' and Berl El establish a new rail stock handling: where the party was being held, 1 The other teen-agers arrested 8 p Tell Drainage Problems Td Council me n Drainage problems were discussed by local property Owners with members of the city council Monday night, W. J. Jackley appeared in re-, gard to the problem on North Grant Road and Julius Tacke brought up the problem in the west part of the city where ha owns property. i Councilmen said they may meet jointly with the county board of supervisors on the North Grand road problem which is connected with County Drain No. 77. On th« other drainage problem, they said they had contacted Omaha consulting engineers and a survey will be made of the area to see what can be done. i Frank Seyller appeared on tie- half of the Carroll Municipal Band Commission in regard to summer concerts. Clerk W. J. Kerwin waa instructed to give the band organization a $2,000 check, the money coming from the city recreation fund. A Class B beer license held by Maurice Dunn Post, American L>- gion, was renewed. The council granted cigarette RYP committee recommendations to the board. To Head Policy Unit It was announced that Henry Huegerlch of Grant township will head a policy development group from Carroll County at a policy meeting of nine counties of District Four of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation in Denison, July 16. Mr. Huegerich. who is vice president of the Carroll County bureau, presided at last night's meeting in the absence of Leslie M. Fielder, of Glidden township, president, who was delayed ip arriving until later in the evening. There are 99,227 ( dentists in the United States. Keepsake DIAMOND RINGS Warden Percy Lainson blamed antiquated 30-year-old locks in the prison for the fact the prisoners were able to escape from their cell. But he was continuing an investigation to determine where the men obtained the saws. Lainson said Lloyd Woodson, 29, a murderer, and Albert Boerger, 25, held Guard James Allen at knifepoint while they sawed in vain on the cell window bars most of Saturday night. Allen, described by the warden as "an old hand" who "took the experience well," was not hurt. The convicts became discouraged near daybreak Sunday and surrendered to other guards. "They didn't get anywhere trying to saw the bars," Lainson j ment. said. "The bars wouldn't give." ' Woodson is serving a life term for the 1952 slaying of a Keokuk policeman. Boerger is serving 25 years for robbery with aggravation in Polk County. state. The ruling said the project would have no benefit for the Stale Fairgrounds. Milton Strickler, Des Moines city attorney, appealed to the council despite the attorney general's ruling. He said that generally speaking the'state is not subject to suit but there are numerous divisions in the law for such cases. The accident, one of the worst in Wyoming history, occurred shortly before midnight five miles west of here on U.S. Highway 30. Gov. Herschel Loveless commented after the council had given Strickler a hearing that there does not appear to be any way for the council to authorize such a payment. Strickler replied that he believed this is the first time that the state has refused to pay a special assessment. department will be submitted to despite the efforts of several girl were turned over to juvenile au- arbitration, spokesmen said. j lookouts to give warning. I thorities. The agreement announced joint- j Police said 13 arrests were! . ly by company and union said the; made, although more than 25 firm's loading department also young people escaped by jumping will continue. Kuykendall's Renomination to Face New Delays lowan Beneficiary Of a Large Estate WEST PALM BEACH. Fla. (*- Robeqt H. Veerhusen of Muscatine, Iowa, has been named principal beneficiary of an estimated i Senate committee "for'two'montha. ™ l R ,0, i-.?l oll ^__f s i at ^._L ^. ft _. b 2r.l , V, <l I faced further delays Tuesday out windows. VACATION AT SPIRIT LAKE GLIDDEN — Mrs. Joe Herman and daughters, Shelley and Lind- Those sentenced in police court say, and Mrs. Dale Barton and Monday included: Jerry L. Fed-', son, Roy Dean, of Glidden, return- erick, 18, concurrent terms of 30 ed home Sunday after spending a days each on charges o disorder-; week at Anglers Bay, Spirit Lake, ly conduct and contributing to the Mr. Herman and Mr. Barton , delinquency of a minor; Sylvester j joined their families over the j Connoly, 19, 90 days for intoxica- 1 weekend. A day was also spent President I l ' on anc ' contributing to the delin-; at Okoboji. WASHINGTON I/PI Eisenhower's renomination of FPC! fluency of a minor; Kenneth Dale Chairman Jerome K. Kuykendall, ^Harris, 20, 60 days on intoxication ; One single roll of wallpaper cov- which has been pending before a i and contributing to the delinquen- ers about 36 square feet of wall. aunt, Mrs. Vera A. Ford of Madi son, Wis. Under terms of the will admitted to probate Monday, Veerhusen was left the remainder of the estate after a $500,000 trust is set up at VV &M Tee Bey § frapsofo Y-KN0W h'stkthst « Keepsoke b perfection — the engagement ring that assure*'a perfect center diamond, the finest quality money can buy. Look for the name Keep* take in the ring and be ' sure of quality, beauty and value forever. In many brilliant styles from $100. Loehr & Shriver JEWELERS ... ,1 Cornell University and $10,000 in He said, and some councilmen bt t be ?hared b fouf re , a . suggested, that the city could file ^ a claim with the Legislature. How- Veerhusen ls treasurer of C elon ever. Strickler added this would c h , h hjs late { ^ h take a lot of time before settle-1 - - - - - « •RIESSELMAN GRADUATES FORT CHAFFEE, Ark. - Pvt. Henry R. Riessetman, son of H. P. Riesselman, Halbur, Iowa, was graduated June 28 from the eight- week Administration School at BREAKS ANKLE | Fort Chaffee, Ark Riesselman re- Mrs. Fred P. Meister of Route 1 ceived instruction in typing, filing, 2 Carroll suffered a broken left ankle when she slipped and fell in the yard of her home Monday morning. She was brought to St. Anthony Hospital shortly after noon but probably will be dismissed Wednesday, according to one of her attending physicians. and Army clerical procedures. He was graduated from Carroll High School. C. Ford, founded. Milwaukee Freight Derailed Near Persia PERSIA, Iowa iff — Milwaukee Road crews worked Tuesday to clear wreckage of an estimated 37 boxcars derailed south of here Monday night. Some of the cars were loaded with flour, furniture and other merchandise and were broken open. Other cars relied into a near- When it comes out of the tree, j by field on the farm of state Rep. rubber sap looks like rich milk. It i Bill Darrington. gets its name "latex" from Latin word meaning "milk." the DANCE TO ANN'S DANCE BAND on THURSDAY, JULY 4 PLAYING OLD AND NEW TIME DANCE MUSIC Admission $1.00 Per Person (Tax Inch) at LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA Sheriff Sam Strain said a hot box which apparently caused a journal to burn out was believed the cause of the derailment. SUSPEND CLASSES Summer music classes will be suspended at Carroll Public Schools for the Fourth of July holiday Thursday, Karl Rogosch, band instructor, and Roger Hansen, vocal instructor, announced today. The usual schedule'will be resumed Friday. The Federal Power Commission head has come under sharp ctiti- cism from some Democratic senators and from public power ad-j vocates for some of his official actions. His first term expired June 22, and he has been out of office since that date. Chairman Magnuson (D-Wash> predicted both the Commerce Committee he heads and later the Senate will approve confirmation of Kuykendall, although the senator said he himself will vote against it. The committee had been expected to act this week, but Sen. Morse (D-Ore) asked Monday that a vote be delayed until he can appear later to protest confirmation. Magnusin said Morse will be heard, probably sometime after July 10. HURT IN CAR MISHAP Edward M. Meggers, 29, of Westside was brought to St. Anthony Hospital Monday for treatment of bruises received in an automobile accident near Dunlap. He was admitted to the hospital at 10 a.m. Have You Tried to Open The Treasure Chest? If Not, You'd Better Do It Now Before You Forget. KEY KARNIVAL DAYS END SATURDAY, JULY 6 Hurry, Try Your Key It May Be a Winner. SPORRER'S Appliances 9th end Salinger Phone 9S13 Open 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. 6 Days Per Week Italy has very wealth. little mineral The family's natural desire for thi perfect expression of love and respect is fulfilled by Twit tributes. Every service offers comfort, completeness, deepest reverence. I TWIT (cm PHONE 3191 CARROLL BALK'S for Everything Photographic ^oift.yW .-gQ os your vacation, have your camera equipment thoroughly ^edked Jby FRANK BALK. This service i* absolutely free. At the same time purchase your film,, bulbs and other photographic supplies lor happy vaca< HALBUR 4-H MEETS Mrs. Eugene Koenig and Mrs. Art Hinners, leaders, gave a lesson on mitered corners at a meeting of the Halbur Happy Lassies 4-H Club in the church basement at Halbur Monday Nineteen members and four guests attended. Janet Trecker reported on .the 4-H state convention at Ames. Bernice Mescher told how to hang pictures; Melinda Heinen, spoke about "Something Beautiful I Have Seen." and Diane Koenig explained how to make mitered corners. The girls worked on their record books. Bingo provided entertainment. Lunch was served by Janet and Marilyn Trecker, assisted by their mother, Mrs. Harold Trecker. BIG CAR RACES Thun. Nitt JULY 4th DENISON, IOWA Crewferd Ce. Fairgrounds Time Trials 7:00 First Race Is30 p. in. tig Fireworks Oiiplay Admiiilen $1.50 (Tax litcl.) Presented! by United Speedways BUTTERMILK makes the difference! WAKE UP YOUR APPETTTt WITH OLD SOUTHERN FLAVOR"T WONDER BUTTERMILK BREAD The Exclusive "Old Southern Flavor" Loarf Perfected By The* Bakers Of Wonder Brood Reeaptures The Exquisitely Delicate Flavor... The Unsurpassed Lacy Texture Of Buttermilk Ireae* From The Deep South Do it today! Wake up your appetite with delicious Wonder BUTTERMILK Bread. It's now at your grocery store... a secret flavor blend perfected by The Wonder Bakers. 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