Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 8, 1957 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Loans fEDEttAL LAND BAN* LOANS .«.F X TRA SAFETY LOW INTEREST RAfB 8 CARD Of* THANK* to 80. wordJu- over 80 wordi- OLAMIPIID DISPLAY «M column inch. „ SK-* 1 -*? Cla»»Uled dUplayi taken unfifTO a. in- day of publication except gaturewy and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular _«•»• atfied till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. « *• Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH 0*D«« One day, per word______ 5 cen M two davi, pet word_____- • Three daya. per word____^-J* cen H four daya, per word— Five days, per word. Six dayi. per word U« cent* Jlon Announcements ANDY BALK'S MEN'S WT3AR IS open every Friday and Saturday night 'UU 9:00 p. m. 6-149-tff WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. All work guaranteed. Dial 9513. ^JpMrerjsJV. 6-107-tfc Personal SWELL HOME FOR ELPERLY lady or man. Write Box MK, c/o Daily Times Herald. 0-159-Jtc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc 12 Phil Dennis flee .-Tma. National Fartn Loan • • • Association Over Woolworth'f - Carroll 12-2-5tC Instruction 13 Good Things to Eat 18 JUMBO SHRIMP I ! I 1 SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc NO 'PRE • COOKED' CHICKEN r semd ajt^ub j^.^^^Mjtc Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN To train for FLIGHT AND GROUND. Airline Training under most modern methods for positions in this new fascinating and well-paid field. Public Contact as Station Agents, Hostesses, in Communications, Reservat ions, Traffic, etc. Free Travel Passes, many other benefits. Prepare by a SHORT LOW-COST TRAINING PERIOD which need not interfere with your present j 0 b. FREE LIFETIME PLACEMENT SERVICE Coast to Coast. Ages 17-39 with high school or better. Write giving address and phone number to National School of Aeronautics. Box N, care Daily Times Herald. 13-159-ltc AIRLINES NEED Young men 17 to 39. See our ad under 13. National School of Aeronautics. 21-169-ltc ROUTEMAN FOR AUDUBON, married, over 22 with car, $103.00 week, steady. Write P. 0. Box 493, Ft. Dodge, Iowa. 2M39-24tc Farm Machinery 33 BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for repair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-141-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 FEED - SEED — FERTILIZER— Farm Supplies—Twine — Chemicals for weeds, insects, rodent control. Special: Bloat control for cattle, sheep. Wormers for hogs, poultry, cattle, sheep. Farm Service in Breda. 34-l59-6tc Business Services 14 WANTED; STEADY YOUNG MAN between the ages of 18 to 25 with some knowledge of bookkeeping and is willing to learn to handle parts in an automobile garage. Write to Box B. M., c/o Daily Times Herald. 21-157-4tc Female Help Wanted 22 GIRL OR WOMAN FOR HOUSE work and care of children. Phone 3172. Mrs. James Waters. 22-159-2tC COMPLETE LINE OF WEED killers in stock, also 33-0-0 and 45-0-0 nitrogen fertilizer. Farmers Grain k Lumber Co., Carroll. 34-146-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: MEAT TYPE DUROC fall boar from Iowa Boar Test ing Station. Eugene Schettler, % mile north of Mt. Carmel. 41-158-3tp REGISTERED HEREFORD bulls. Serviceable. William P. Lesle, Auburn 41-134-26tc Apartment for Rent 65 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643, 1121 No. Main. 65-154-tfc NEWLY DECORATED, THREE large rooms and bath. Nice. Reasonable. Dial 2696. 65-148-tfc UNFURNISHED APT. NEAR HOS- pltal. Adults. Dial 9703. 65-116-3tC Mlsc, Real Estate 70 Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, July 8, 1957 • Gag Team- (Contlnued from Page 1) The Daily Record SEE US TO BUY OR SELL YOUR home, business or farm Also for farm loans and insurance. Burns Real Estate Office, 212 West 5th Street. 70-60-tfc FOR SALE: IF IT'S A FARM, home, or building lot see me. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. 7M5jMfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 DISH MACHINE OPERATOR wanted. Day work. Tony's Restaurant. See A. J. Vorsten. 22-159-3tc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR *OUK DON'T WANTS CALL 3825—DEPEND ON THOMP- A sons Cleaners modern dry clean- A I R KJ P ^ NJ F F H lng and pressing to keep you'"^ INCj INCCU looking your best every day. 14-159-ltC After the 4th Sale of Good Used Cars We now have in stock two '57 Mercurys, both factory executive cars, with license Paid and loaded with equipment- 0° sale now at considerable discount We also have for sale a '57 Mercury Montclair demon- J strator loaded/with equipment and licensed. This is the car Bud Mosman has been driving, all three oars carry new car warranty. '66 Ford Fairlane loaded, has Thunderbird engine, on sale now for $1895 '65 Buick Century four door, low mileage, clean, power steering, power brakes, on sale now for only $1995 WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . photographs, certificates, paintings. Three day service. Keenan paint Store, Joe Dftlhofi, owner. 14-110-ltc HAROLD A. CHR1STIANSON, weekly rubbage pickupj at $1.25 per month. Ph. 2553. 14-155-I2(p RADIATOR REPAIRING, R E- coring and cleaning Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm suppliea or gift items. 14-166-lftc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Sai'iway. Ph. 212S. 1446-tfe Young women 17 to 39. See our ad under 13. National School of Aeronautics. xnjuwu-ii-^- - r,, ^u'}^.']}^, Male-Female Help 23 Pets 46 FOR SALE: 4 REGISTERED Beagle pups, 2 males, 2 females, 8 weeks old. Clair Clark, Coon Rapids, Iowa. 46-159-2tc Household Goods 51 WHAT A DAY, HAD TIME TO play, after cleaning my carpets with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-159-ltc LAWN SODDING. PHONE 4212. 14-130-tfC NOW IS THE TIME To REPAIR Roofs! For a Free Estate, Dial 2593 Gambles. 14-86-tfr DETASSELING CONTRACTS Available: Farmers—Housewives —Partially Employed — Family Groups—Detasscl 3 and \t acres Pioneer Seed Corn and earn 187.50. Detassel in individual plots in Pioneer Seed Fields located near Glidden, Coon Rap- Ids. Hours of work not specified. Contracts adjusted to fit time you have available. Contracts limited to Adults and Experienced Detasselers—17 years and over. Apply to: Garst & Thomas Hybrid Corn Company, Coon Rapids, Iowa. 23-154-ltc USED PIANO. $25. PHONE 9354 51-159-3tc USED NORGE AUTOMATIC Washer, 1 yr. old, $100.00. Schen kelberg Impl. Co. 51-57-ltc GREETING CARDS . . , . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable OCCAS- 1°"- 14-128-He OAK FLOORING - C.OoD STOCK of quality, dry oak flooring now WANT TO MAKE $15 TO $25 IN A day? Many are doing it. Pleasant work for man or woman. No experience needed. Spare or full time. Will teach and finance you. Write McNess Co., 120 E. Clark St., Freeport. III. 23-154-ltp LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-tfc NEWEST TRENDS IN FINER Lighting: 150 new modern lighting fixtures on display. See them today. Heires Electric Co. 51-132-tfc TWO USED 1-TON AIR CONDI- tioners. Carroll Refrigeration. 51-152-tfc BEIGE LIVING ROOM SUITE Studio couch. Joe Friedman Halbur, Iowa. Phone 2051. 51-158-2tp THIS IS IMPORTANT. EVERY used car in our lot is carefully reconditioned by Factory trained mechanics. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 71-20-tfc •54 BUICK CENTURY 4-DR. SE- dan. Two-tone green, almost new tires, low mileage, very clean ... '53 Studebaker Commander 4-dr. Leather interior, wsw tires, heater, overdrive, one owner. Wittrock Motors. 7l-156-tfc Auto Service 75 AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pair! . . . Depend on our expert servicing to keep your car at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-lll-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done! You'll get. faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihap Motors. 75-14-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS MAN OR WOMAN ESTABLISHED TOY ROUTES Good Income Optrau from Home Rttvaral Choice TerrUoriet NOW AVAILABLE '55 Mercury Montclair four door, loaded with power equipment, a real nic« family car for only $1995 (2) '55 Ford Mainliners, both four door sedans, V-8 motors, radios and straight transmissions ,on sale, now, your choice only $1195 '54 Chevrolet Bel-Air four door, a real nice sharps for only $1095 '53 Plymouth Cranbrook four .door, a real nice family car, sale priced at $745 '52 Ford Customline four door with Fordomatic transmission, radio and heater, a real buy at only $745 52 Chevrolet two door, a sharp car with automatic transmission and radio for only $745 '50 Lincoln four door sedan, a one owner car. This car is like new both inside and out, and it is mechanically perfect. Come in and see this one for only $495 We also have a wonderful selection of good used depend able cheaper used cars for that |, second car, for the younger set or for the fisherman. Houlihan Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury At the Stop Light Corner " On Highway 71 . ........ v.-.- ...„....„ ..u- w W|H , p p„j n i » Distributor to serv- on hand. We'll be Rlflid to come , lc» a r.umh*r of the sensational self- to your home and furnish ^\^{^& c tfl® 0 Ev l # B 8gff. mate on your needs Joyce Lunv; PANY m market*, drug, variety her Co The Slore of Service i »<•"«», r -* ch "MAGIC TOY SHOP" per v-o., ine More oi wvice. . trnl ' mn i\«y. Stmply replace Magic 14-154-6tC - Tovi each week and collect money. - — REQUIRES ONLY FEW HOURS FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL—GLASS , . m w»K •« j . .. , n_ j ThU ti n°' * >°» hut a chance to gei Rod, Reel. 50 yds. line, complete ,•„•,£ i „ m .thln« you may have always outfit, $SM. Uptown Club. 1 wanted~a burtnesa of your own. One m ' •"•«»• v v* v ,.,.„ . (hat can be handled In spare time and REPAIR SERVICE - RADIOS. ^V^n.?. TdK TXr Television Sets and Refrigera- • vnur*elf~lf sober, honest, really sin- inn Mimiiaj-.j < c*r*. havt a ear iMinimum tnvett- ipn. Montgomery Ward Farm meni M9S required) apply at once- Stort, Carroll. Iowa. 14-m^tc J , VJ n *wl -T p Jr .lIw d,u Jl.' b0Ut l our »»W, phone number. Write or wire. 3-HOUR CLEANING SERVICE AT HR Cleaners where your clothes •re always 30% cleaner and odorless. All cotton dresses and Situation Wanted iport ihrits sited to restore that ADAM INDUSTRIES STO Wett 74th Street Ntwjk'ork IS, N. Y. 24 For Sale 55 FOR SALE: %-TON AIR CONDI- tioner, and tapestry covered davenport. Call 9647. 55-159-3tc Legal Notices FFA chapter, rtis main interest is raising hogs and he hasn't had the nerve yet to ask a girl for a date. He plays some basketball. Lillian is called Lil by everybody. She is also interested in 4-H work, especially designing clothes and interior decoration. She plays a clarinet in the high school band- Her main interests are boys, clothes and hair styles (her present one being a pony tail). Like all girls, she is inclined to giggle. The Bright's eight-year-old son, Jeffery, is in the third grade in a country school. Jeff is taking after his brother, Bill, in 4-H work with his main interest in raising sheep. He spends much of his time teasing his sisters. He has had some trouble with his report card because he doesn't* pay attention. The baby of the family, Janet, is six years old. She has just start-i ed to school and likes it and her teacher. Being the youngest of the family, she is somewhat spoiled. She sometimes tattles on Jeff, especially concerning his activities in school. She is very fond of food. Pet Duck Oscar is Janet's pet duck. He is mean by nature and especially so toward Jeff. He follows Janet wherever she goes. He is called Osk for short. Hercules, the family dog. is from uncertain parentage and lineage. He seems to favor Jeff in affection. Herk and Osk are sworn enemies and come in contact quite often. The Bright family is the brain-1 Marrh child of Helen and Russell Watson' of Denison, who provide the gag lines, and Allan Jensen of Audubon, who provides the art work. The Watsons both have farm backgrounds and have done gag writing for major magazines, including the Saturday Evening Post, Colliers and Look. Russell Watson is retired after 30 years with the J. C. Penney company. Mrs. Watson, the former Helen Frandsen, once worked as a proofreader for the Daily Times Herald. Jensen has been a professional cartoonist for the past 11 years. He is one of the top-ranked agriculture cartoonists in the mid­ west. He has several covers for farm magazines to his credit. He lives on a farm near Audubon. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. 'Glenn B. McCune, Gray. James O'Tool, Carroll. Marilyn J. Treman, Rockwell City. Mrs. Loretta Sapp, Scranton. John Daniel, Glidden. Dismissals- Mrs. Ted H. Starman, Carroll. Mrs. Wade N. George, Coon Rapids. Richard Leo Rothmeyer, Carroll. Mrs. Richard Bryant and baby, Templeton. Paul W. Foster Jr., Scranton. Mrs. Boyd B. Braden, Glidden. John Brockmann, Westside. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kanne, Rt. 2, Carroll, a son, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A • t h u r G. Schultes, Dedham, a daughter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril H. Venner, Arcadia, a son, Sunday. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $2.14 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats 1.25 .60 Chicago Grain These Market* are Furnished by the Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Low WHEAT July Sept. Dec. High 214 H 217 H 222 Close Cloia 209 H 212% 217 CORN July Sept. Dec. March OATS July Sept. Dec. 223H 219H 132*4 131% 13S 130 H 135 Vi 68% 70*4 133 128 % 132% 67 H 68% 73H 71»i 73 213 v. 213 % 216% 216 221 221 222 223 132% 132 K 134% 134 k 130 U 130% 135% 68% 70 \4 7 °& 34-FOOT EXTENSION LADDER, one year old. Sporrer's TV. Dial 9513. 55-158-6tc ELECTRIC MEMO - GRAPH scope, guides and pens. $175 value, only $50. Phone 2458. See it at 622 No. Clark. 55-157-3tc For Rent 57 fresh new look. Dial «S33. HR WANTED: FARM JOB OF ANY Cleaners. 14-lU-tfci USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buUdingi. Excellent for fences and C*ragei. $3.00 in 5 gal. lots. $3 .19 it) gal. lots Davis Paint Store. 14i«tfc kind, experienced with livestock and machinery. Write R. c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-l59-5tc Farm Products 31 FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter clothes, blankets* MC. Dial 4333 HR Cleanera.. ji-MMfc Whtrt To Go 17 WAYNE FEED SOLD AT $6.00 a ton discount when bought FOB our warehouse. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 37-81-tfc Hatcheries 32 FOR RENT Granular DDT Applicator BY THE ACRE CALL 3549 To Reserve This Machine Schenkelberg Implement Co. Room for Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-154-6tc HoOses for Sale 63 jFOR SALE: NEW TERRAMYCIN FOR VOUR CLUBS AND PART* | Egg Formula Deal. Helps main- iet reserve the Rancti Room at Pauline's Cafe W# can accommodate so people par party 17-90-Uc tain and Increase summer egg production. Also good for treating diseases. Guaranteed by Pfiwr. Buy 4 lb. and save $2.19. Kruse Hatchery, W. on Hwy. 30. 32-159-6tc BARBQ HEAVEN IS AT CLUB SO 17-150-ltC Good Things to Sat 18 Farm MacWnery 33 PURE GROUND BEEF 3 LBS. i VALLEY ELEVATOR, NEW. 32 fl.00; Skinless Wieners 2H lb. \ ( M t Or longer, wide, strong, bag Set; Pork Live* 25c lb:i Priced to sell. Farm Service, Young Beef Liver #e lb.; Robin\ Breda. 33 159 3tc !C O O L MODERN DOWNTOWN Hood Flour 50 lbs. »*9; Fro Joy! — POL^ETHY-I 4 " oms and batlv DW 93 L 6 Jce Cream H gal SSc; B«*r S VIS-QUEEN CLEAR POLAMHi- » 65-128-tfc pak 83c and up Brenny's Market, • lene plastic Stack Covers. Carroll i NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, sg. No. "402 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been dulv appointed and qualified as administra­ trix of the estate of Theodore W. Brauckman deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment: and those having Beauty Title(Continued from Page 1) i Rapids, has attended Drake Coon Rapids, has attende University at Des Moines for ^ three years. Miss Bundt will com- cYairnV'agafn'sV^^ in the category of vocal music. Her picture and details of her sent them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance,.and tile In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Theresa Brauckman, Adminis­ tratrix Meyers & Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated June 22, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke. Clerk District Court June 35; July 2, 9, 1957 A 3-BDRM. HOME CLOSE TO north side schools, 3 yrs. old. Lge. family size birch finished kitchen. Tiled bath. Full finished basement. Gas heat. Attached garage. Enclosed back yard. Present loan may be assumed. Poss. when desired. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-l59-2tc Apartment for Rent 65 FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltc In The District Court of Iowa, In and fur Carroll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WllJli STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL, To All Whom It Mav Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an instrument In writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of John B. Greteman Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Friday the 2nd day of August, 1957, at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 6th day of August, 1957. ^ (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court. July 8, 15, 22, 1657 Southerners Regard Nixon as Rights Foe WASHINGTON WV-The political shadow Southern opponents profess to fear most behind the civil rights bill is that cast by Vice President Nixon. Nixon, a potential candidate for the 1960 Republican presidential nomination, took a leading part in helping place the House-passed civil rights bill directly on the Senate's calendar. At this point, Nixon is looked upon by the southerners as just about as great a threat to their, position as they believed former Meeting Fridoy for President Truman to be in 1946. /•> • i e m. i J Girl Scout Leaders March 75 SOT BEANS July 241 M Sept Nov. LARD July Sept. Oct. 238% 233 73% 239 335% 229% 75 241 241 238 241^ 13.80 13.10 13.65 13.77 14.10 14.10 232% 233 13.70 13.80 14.07 14.10 14.10 209% 209% 212% 212%» 217>4 217% 219$ 219H 131% 131 % 133 133% 128 V* 138 67 U 68% 68*1 71H 71% 73% 239 139% 235 »4 235% 229% 229% 13.20 13.67 13.70 13.80 Crop Control Plans in '58 Awaif Survey By OVID A. MARTIN WASHINGTON » ; - Reports on government crop planting and production surveys this week may determine whether tighter controls will be invoked for 1958 crops. The Agriculture Department Issues a report Monday on the acreage planted to cotton and another Wednesday on acreages of other important crops, along with production forecasts for some. If these reports indicate that total crop production this week may be close to last year's record level, the chance would be good that Secretary of Agriculture Benson would inaugurate measures to reduce plantings further next year even though he dislikes controls. The reports also could go far in determining the future of the controversial soil bank program. Under it, payments are made farmers for taking land out of production. The payments will total nearly 900 million dollars this year. Benson said recently that the department might take steps next year to prevent land taken out of production of surplus crops from being diverted to other crops. There has been a tendency for this to happen, with the result that output of some crops is reduced, but without any reduction in the overall crop volume. Farmers have signed agreements to take about 26 million acres out of surplus crops this year. But a preplanting season indicated that the total crop acreage would be down only 12 million acres. Thus many farmers planned to do some shifting from one crop to another. The Wednesday report will show how much shifting has taken place this year. This diversion of land to other crops has led some farm leaders in Congress to vote for elimination of the soil bank program on the ground that it is failing to curtail farm output, which is its declared goal. But the administration has asked for this year's trial of the plan before a final decision is made. application were not available Monday. Previously announced as entries in the local contest were Carolyn Hamann, Carroll; Janice Huebner, Carroll; Diane Wittrock, Carroll; Agnes Leiting, Route 3, Carroll; Donna Subbert, Carroll; Lois Ann Olsen, Carroll; and Carol Antone, Manning. Eliminations will begin with a bathing suit parade at the American Legion Swimming Pool Saturday night, July 13, and a talent contest in the Starline Ballroom Sunday afternoon, July 14. The final contest and coronation ball will take place at the Starline Sunday night, July 14. The winner will be sponsored by the Carroll Chamber of Commerce in the Miss Iowa Pageant at Clear Lake, July 26, 27 and 28. Winner of the title of "Miss Iowa" will represent the state in the Miss America contest at Atlantic City, N. J. Chairmen of the Chamber of Commerce committee in charge of the contest are Gene Hagen and F. A. Dedrick. Mrs. R. J. Ferlic, "Mrs. Iowa of 1956," has volunteered her services as coach of "Miss Carroll" contestants. Local entries also will have the benefit of advice from Charles E. Knoblauch, Chamber ,of Commerce manager, who was one of the promoters of Carol Morris of Ottumwa in her successful candidacy for "Miss Universe of 1956." Lumber Co. 33-154-6tc Torsion Air Ride • Push Button Drive • Dual Headlights Why pay more in '58 for these and many more exclusive features found only i* Chrysler Corp, cars Ibis year. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY We have available for immediate delivery the largest selection of new models, styles and colors since the new models were introduced. Why wait! Buy today. We am a direct Imperial, Chrysler, Plymouth and GMC truck dealer which mew* savings to you. For the best deal of the year drive to ... WITTROCK'S the wideict*pUneeoi we new cm we have aa excep* '.aica group of USED CARS. For a new or used car ttrock, . FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT.. 3 rooms and bath. Dial 9521. 65-134-tfc FURNISHED TRAILER, CEMENT patio with .awnings. Graham Trailer Park. Phone 4122. 65-158-tfc The Southerners think Nixon might be more inclined than President Eisenhower to go all out in enforcement if there is Dixie resistance to civil rights decisions by federal courts. The algae and the fungi are plants that have neither flowers, fruits, seeds nor roots. St. Patrick was a missionary bishop to Ireland, not a native Irishman. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO WV-Hogs were generally 25 to 75 cents lower Monday in slow and uneven trading, with the heaviest losses registered on butchers weighing under 240 pounds. Sows were 25 to 50 cents down. A lot of 109 head of No. 1 200 pound butchers topped at $21.00. Slaughter cattle were moderately active, with fed steeYs unevenly steady to 75 cents higher. Load lots of prime and mixed choice and prime steers sold a' $25.75 to $27.50. 'USDA) — Salable hogs 9,500; slow, uneven; generally 50 to 75 lower on butchers under 240 lb; other weights 25 to 50 lower; sows 25 to 50 lower; No. 2-3 190-230 lb butchers 20.00-20,50; 109 head lot uniform No. 1 200 lb 21.00; larger lots mixed grades 330-400 lb sows 16.25-17.50. Salable cattle 17,000; calves 300; slaughter cattle moderately active; fed steers unevenly steady to 75 higher; fed heifers 25 to 50 higher; cows steady to 25 higher; bulls 25 to 50 higher; vealers steady; load lots prime and mixed choice and prime steers 25.7527.50; bulk choice steers 24.5025.50; load prime near 1,100 lb heifers 25.75; choice to low prime heifers 23.25-25.00; utility and commercial cows largely 13.75-15.50; utility and commercial bulls 17.2519.50; good and choice vealers 19.00-23.00; not enough stockers and feeders offered for sale to test the market. Salable sheep 1,000; trade moderately active; spring lambs 1.00 higher; shorirewes and yearlings steady; good to prime spring lambs 83-95 lb 22.00-25.00. Senote- tContlnued from Pasre 1) St. Rose of Lima, first American to be declared a saint (in 1667), is called the patron saint of South America. amendments to the bill as he wished. Each amendment is debatable. And each senator is allowed two speeches on each amendment. The amendments don't have to be germane—that is, they don'} have to deal with civil rights. But the Southerners will probably offer germane amendments, dozens of them. They want the" bill killed. Falling that, they want it so amended it will have no teeth and be practically meaningless. Supporters of the bill couldn't hope to shut off debate on a single amendment merely by a motion to do so. Debate on an amendment can't be stopped except by unanimous consent. One Southern "no" would finish such a move. But there Is another way to end debate on an amendment: that's through a motion to table it, or shove it aside. That requires a simple majority vote. Before there could be a vote, a quorum of senators would have to be present. A quorum is 48. So there'd have to be a quorum call. Senators could use up a couple of hours drifting in to answer this call. More time would be used in voting. So it could go on: an amendment offered; many speeches, lasting for hours ot days on each amendment; a motion to table; a quorum call; a vote; a new amendment offered; new debate for hours; and on and on. Through all this the Southerners would have many rest periods. Then how could the filibuster be ended? By passing the kind o! bill that satisfied the Southerners—that is,. one so thoroughly amended as to be toothless—or by around-the- clock sessions; or by that hard-to- come-by 64 votes for cloture. Every Scent Counts! A meeting for' all Girl Scout I board members and leaders will; be held at 1:30 Friday afternoon j in the St. Lawrence school base-' ment here. Purpose of the session j is to organize the Carroll neigh-1 borhood association of the Lakota .jyarea council, Girl Scouts. ! Expected here to explain the > work and help organize the neigh- j borhood association are Mrs. Kirby Webster of Marshalltown, national council adviser; Audrey Gagnon, professional worker; Mrs. Robert Voss of Rockwell City, district chairman, and Mrs. Kenneth Stinogel, new council president. Iced tea and cookies will be served after adjournment. If you're interested in making every cent count, here's good advice: Start right by advertising in the Want Ads. You can pick up extra cash by advertising unwanted articles. Just Phone 3573 ' DAILY TIMES HERALD Mrs. Nellie Moore of Glidden visited Mr. and Mrs. William Schnable at Windy Acres Saturday. , MONUMENTS Finest Quality — Workmanship New, Exclusive Designs Largest Display of Oranlle, Marble, and Bronx* in Midwest Iowa. LOWSST PRICES ALWAYS PROMPT INSTALLATION WORK IN ALL CBMBTERIBS CBMETBRY LETTERING) McPherson-C«mpbell Co. Across from Cemattry Phont 3263 — Carroll, Iowa Open Sundays for Your , cenvemltnc* WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 NIGHT SALE Sale Starts at 7:30 O'Clock Sharp If you have anything of special mention to sell and will call 3233 or 2172 by Monday morning we will include it in our advertising. With our advertising set-up we believe it will help considerably in the sale of what you have to sell.There is no charge for this. Listing as follows for Wednesday's sale: CATTLE One purebred Hereford bull, 15 months old, guaranteed breeder. 12 WF Herefords, some steers and heifers, mixed, wt., 400-500. 10 Mixed calves, some bulls and heifers, wt., 200-300. 6 Mixed steers, wt M 700. 3 Dairy heifers. 4 Fat heifers, wt., 600^ 700. 10 Veal calves. HOGS 15 Head Hamp pigs, wt., 60 and vaccinated. 14 Mixed pigs, wt., 80. 10 Small pigs. SHEEP 15 Feeding lambs, wt„ 65. One tmckload of hay. Carroll East Sale

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