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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS to 80. words. st.ff over 30 wordt , 4o par word C_AS8IW_D DISPLAY Par column inch „»1.20 Classified dUnlays taken until 10 a. m. a *t 2 ,1 'jS ,8 i l i n - e! l oe * t Saturday lid 8 a. .at on Saturday. Rr~ aitd 8 aval OB Saturday. .... Ifflad till 9:30 a. ra. Saturday. 11 a. m. egular cla«- Ifolid ^throuib Twdiy!™ CLASSIFlIO CASH WITH OROIR OM day, p*r word 5 cents fwodiys, par a»-,». Three day•, per word ___—12 centa 5 Four daya, per word _______.l4 centa Wa-daya, por wcd_.__Z_.16 cents ^r^d^s^pg^ojM^^ Cards of Thanks 3 CARD OF THANKS T wish to., thank the priests, doctors, isisters and nurses at St. Anthony hospital for my excellent care, also friends and relatives for cards, flowers and visits. Jerome Schreck 3-167-ltp CARD OF THANKS With deep gratitude we extend our heartfelt thanks to the St. Anthony's staff for the loving care given our beloved husband and father during his illness. Also thanks to the priests, relatives and friends, for their kindnesses and beautiful floral and spiritual offerings. The thoughtfulness of all who helped in any way is greatly appreciated and will be remem bered always. Mrs. John Berger and Family ^^njn^ru^-..^ 3-167-ltC Announcements WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. M\ work guaranteed. Dial 9513. Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tfc JULY CLEARANCE SALE ON men's wear'now on at Andy Balk's Men's Wear. 6-162-tfc Lost Business Services 141 Seeds & Feeds 8-HOUR CLEANING SERVICE AT HR Cleaners where your clothes are always 20% cleaner and odorless. All cotton dresses and sport shrits sized to restore that fresh new look. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excellent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 5 gal. lots. $3.19 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc We Fix It 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-162-6tc Where To Go 17 FOR YOUR CLUBS AND PART- les reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. We can accommodate SO people per party. 17-90-tfc BAR-B-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB ^30^ 17-150-ltc Good Things to Eat 18 JUMBO SHRIMP ! 1 1 I SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc NO "PRE-COOKED" CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-ltc ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 50 LBS. $3.69; Ice Cold Watermelon 5c lb.; Frozen Strawberries, 2—10- oz. 35c; Frozen Orange Juice 2 cans 29c; Frozen Peas 2 pkgs. 29c. Brenny's Market. -18-167-ltc Business Opportunities 19 34! 800 BU. NEW OATS FOR SALE, Joe V. Klocke, Templeton Ph. 12-0. 3646fl-2tp COMPLETE LINE OF WEED killers in stock, also 33-0-0 and 45-0-0 nitrogen fertilizer. Farmers Grain & Lumber Co., Carroll. 34-146-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 75 PIGS FOR SALE: VACCIN- ated and castrated. Weight 65 to 70 lbs. Niels Jensen, Sr.,' Dedham, la. • 41-167-3tc LIVESTOCK AUCTION NEW IDA GROVE- SALE PAVILION Sale Every Friday Starts 12:30 p. m, ALWAYS A GOOD LISTING OF LIVESTOCK 41-269-ltc Household Goods 51 DARK RIMMED BIFOCAL glasses. Marvin Sievers, Westside. 7-167-2tp Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc Watkins Dealers Wanted For Established Routes in This Territory. PHONE 2082 — Halbur Herbert Ries'selman „ iS^HtE Male Help Wanted 21 PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes. Community Loan Service, Carroll and Denison. 12-304-2tc Business Services 14 USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. ' 14-162-tfc 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 supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc HOME MODERNIZATION. WHE- ther you home needs new floors, bathroom, new roof or insulation, we can furnish you best of materials at economical prices Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-166-6tc GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable occas ion. 14-125-ltc WALLPAPER . . . JUST RECEIV ed new easy-to-hang patterns in plains 'and textures. Clearance prices on last season's patterns as low as 19c single roll. Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-100-ltc MEN, YOUR CLOTHING NEEDS cleaning frequently this time of year. Sand 'em to us . . . we'll make them look better, feel better, last longer. Phone 3852. Thompson Cleaners. 14-161-ltc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs 1 For a Free Estate, Dial 2592. Gambles. 14-86-tfc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn Mower repair, call or see Reinart. Service. New location across «treet west of Safaway Ph. ,2126. 14-86-tfc FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL-GLASS Rod, Reel, 50 yds. line, complete outfit, $5.96. Uptown Club. - 14-165-8tc FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN ter. clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 483$. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc Odds V Ends; Bring Quick . Cash When you need reedy cash, try selling unusual articles . through\r Classified Ad. You'll be amazed at the fast action. You'll be pleased at the low cost! " N ^DiaU -aws., WANTED: MEAT MARKET manager, northwest Iowa chain, county seat town, top wages, insurance, vacation pay, incentive program. Write Box XYZ. in care of Daily Times Herald. 21-162-6tp LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-tfc END MESSY GARBAGE PROB- lems the modern, sanitary way. Reg. $69.95 Garbage Disposal ONLY $54.95. Heires Elec. Co. July special. 51-162-tfc USED WATER HEATER, 30 GAL electric, $30. Phone 9094. 51-165-tfc USED N O R G E AUTOMATIC washer, 1 yr. old, $100. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 51-57-ltc LOFTY PILE, FREE FROM SOIL is the carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-167-ltc FOR SALE: USED REFRIGERA tor. Phone 2371. 51-167-3tc FOR SALE: APT. SIZED FRIGI daire; 9x12 rug and pad. Dial 2314. 51-167-3tc ONE USED 3-PC. BEDROOM suite, complete, $45.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-167-2tc SALESMAN WANTED: HIGH type young man with gd. educ. background, prefer age 22-28, married, with extreme interest in automobiles and meeting public, Position offers exceptionally interesting work as sales rep. for one of liveliest and volume- minded Ford - Mercury dealerships in Iowa. Auto exp. not necessary. However, sales exp. of some kind preferred. If exp. auto salesman feels attracted by this ad, please do not apply unless you consider yourself the best and superior to other salesmen in our trade. Please note that this is a "serious" job with secure future along with unusual mixture of challenge, satisfaction and opp. for advancement. Apply in person only by appointment with Per Heel, Ford- Mercury dealer, Jefferson, Iowa. ^^^^^^^ Female Help Wanted 22 Singer Sewing Machine We want responsible party in this vicinity to assume 6 payments of $5.63 a month on Singer Sewing Machine in perfect condition. New guarantee, will discount for cash. Write Credit Mgr., 309 So. 24th St., Omaha, Nebraska. 51-157-ltc Apartment for Rent 65 APT. FOR RENT. WALT MfL- lenacker. Dial 9733. ., 65-165-3tc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. ParlrView Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 66-58 -ltc COOL MODERN DOWNTOWN apt., 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9376. 65-128-tfc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643, 1121 No. Main. 65-154 -tfC APARTMENTS FOR.RENT FOR men. Toilet, lavatory and shower, good beds, quiet downtown location. See Merle at Schechinger r s. 65-166-6tc APARTMENT NEAR CATHOLIC churches. Dial 9602. 65-164-tfc MiSc. Real Estate 70 FOR SALE: IF IT'S A FARM, home, or building lot see me. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. ft>^5jhtfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 NEW GMC H-TON V-8 PICKUP, side mounted tire carrier at greatly reduced price. Wittrock's. 71-165-tfc WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT stock of nice cars that are ideal The Daily Record ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Roy M. Fancher, Gray. Mrs. Wade N. George, Coon Rapids. Joyce Ann Kroeger, Early. Mrs. Paul Meyers, Carroll. Charles C. Berg, Arcadia. Mrs. Orvllle M. Olberding, Carroll. Charles Howard Shawd, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Paul M. McNulty, Jefferson. Mrs. Elva Waling, Glidden. Dismissals— Mrs. Theodore A. Langel and baoy, Templeton. Mrs. Engelbert W. Brandt and baby, Manilla! Joseph Allen Eagen, Rt. 1, Dedham. Thomas H. Wiebers, Rt. 3, Carroll.' Jerome William Schreck, D e d- ham. Mrs. Lawrence E. Linquist, Rt. 2, Sac City. Births- Mr. and Mrs. George V. Eischeid, Halbur. a son, Tuesday. Civil Rights(Continued from Page1) Times Herald, Carrel!,- lewa Wednesday, July 17, 1957 <T1me» Herald News Servtna) LANESBORO — The Rev. and Mrs. Lester Hancock, a son July for a second car, car for the! 14 at McCrary-Rost Hospital, Lake wife, or for the teen-ager. Low j City. The Rev. and Mrs. Hancock priced. Good sound cars such as Fords, Plyrr.ouths and Chevrolets. Hills Motor Co. 71-162-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. 75-111-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc REMINDER l 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. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc have two other sons. (Timet Herald Newt 8erv4ee) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brotherson, a daughter. Amy Lee, Friday night at the Loring Hospital, Sac City. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Noth. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ._ Corn,'No. 2 yellow _ Oats _ $2.18 1.26 .58 Chicago Grain These Market* are Furnished by the Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Close Close LADY, 25 AND OVER TO MAN- age in, 715 No. Carroll, Nursing Home. Phone 9447, Mrs. Tryon. 22-166-tfc 2 WOMEN TO DISTRIBUTE SAM- ples, half days. Neat appearing, satisfied to start earning $1.50 per hour. Call Mrs. Lawrence at the Burke Hotel from 7 to 8 P. M. Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: NIGHT WAITRESS job. See Mrs. Long at Roosevelt Apts. 24-165-3tc Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: DOG-LICIOUS KASCO dog food. A tasty treat, dogs love to eat. Very economical to feed. Kruse Hatchery west on 30, Carroll. 32-166-4tc Farm Machinery 33 MCCORMICK - DEERING GRAIN binder and wind row, A-l condi tion. 425 East 5th*. Dial 4113. 33-166-2tc BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for re pair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-141-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS +-LONO TIRM-* t LOW RATI « — LAND BANK — FARM LOANS . NFLA, owned by farmers—for farmers, saves you money when you borrow. Low interest rates. Dependable. Loans for most any constructive purpose. For lull information about a loan on your land, please eontaott National Farm Loin AM'B . PHIL DENNIS, Sec-Tress. , Over WoOlworw 's V Carroll Member. Federal Land Ban,! System, -; i ' • ^u -w -ite KNOWLTON'S If You Can't Come to Our Store We'll Bring It to Your Door Without charge or obligation you sea carpet samples' In the setting of your own furnishing*. PHONE 2460 SEE OUR CARPET DEPT. KNOWLTON'S For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RIB STEEL buildings: One 24 ft. building on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc FOR SALE: Phone 3081. Wanted to Rent USED BABY BED. 55-165-3tp 58 WANTED TO RENT HOUSE OR duplex. Dial 9459. 58-166-2tc Room for Rent* 60 LARGE SLEEPING ROOM NEAR No. side. Phone 3115. 60-166-3tc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: SMALL HOUSE} also basement house, on same lot, both modern, on West Bluff St. Stan Eischetd, Bayard. 63-167-6tp 3 BEDROOM NEW HOME, GOOD 5% loan $15,250.00 ; 3 bedroom, very fine brick home $18,500.00; 3 bedroom, one of our better ones $16,500,00. Burns Real Estate, Roy J. Burns, Lam Thelen or L. Leffingwell. '63-167-ltc Vacation Tune-up Special Check, test, and reset spark plugs, check and set distributor points, adjust generator at> carburetor, check starter, con_#-* ssion, and fuel pump ressure, sei ignition timing, check lattery, tighten fan belt, Change gear lubricants, adjus© overhead valves, overhaul carburetor. Now Only $15.95 Reg. $22.50 (Parts Extra) Bill Burgess Motors r r Friendly Ford Dealer 3rd and Main — Phone 3501 Carroll, Iowa , 7_M65-ltc New Cars * 76 NEW 1957 FORD. 4-DOOR FAIR- lane sedan. 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 76-l66-6tc Miscellaneous 77 FOR SALE: 1956 HARLEY DAVID- son 165 motorcycle. 1952 Matchless 500 C. C. Motorcycle, reasonable. Phone 2692. 77-166-3tc 3 Top Bulgarian Red Bosses Out VIENNA WV -Satellite Bulgaria's press and radio Wednesday launched a campaign of denunciation against three top Communists expelled from party posts in the latest Soviet bloc purge. , WHEAT July High 217 V4 Low 215* Sept. 219 H 217 Dec. 222% 320% March 224 V* 222* CORN Julv Sept. 130 133* 131 \ Dec. 130% 129* March OATS July- Sept. 135* 67'i 67ii 133* 66 % 66* Dec. 70H March 72 % SOY BEANS July 249 H 69* 71* 247 Sept. 248* •B44* Nov. 243*4 240* LARD July 13.90 13.62 sept. 14.20 13.95 Oct. 14.30 14.02 215* 2154 217* 217* 220* 221 222* 222* 129% 132* 129% 129* 134* 67 66* 66', 69 71 7H 215* 215* 217 217* 221* 222* 128* 131* 132 130* 130* 134% 67* 67* 70 72 249* 245* 246 24 i* 2411 13.62 13.70 14.00 14.02 14.10 247 247 * 244 \ 245 241* 241 a, 13.70 14.00 14.02 14.10 : Chicago Livestock CHICAGO m — Butcher hogs reached a top of $22.00 Wednesday but it was for only 22 head of choice 210 pounders. This was the highest since $22.75 paid June 22, 1955. Butchers were steady to 25 cents higher, with some lots at $21.50 to $21.75, the practical top. (USDA)-Salable hogs 6,000; moderately active, steady to 25 higher on butchers; closed only steady on a few lots under 230 lb; sows active, uneven, 25 to as much as 50 higher; No. 2-3 190-260 lb butchers comprised bulk at 21.00-21.50; larger lots mixed grades 325-425 lb sows 17.75-19.00. Salable cattle 15,000; calves 200; high choice and prime steers active, steady to 25 higher; low choice to average choice steers about steady;' high choice and prime heifers steady to 25 higher, other heifers weak to 25 lower; cows steady to 25 higher; bulls steady to strong; vealers steady to 1.00 higher; bulk high choice and prime steers 26.00-27.25; good Caught in the second satellite shakeup—Romania had one two j and "choice steers 22.00-25.75; high weeks ago-were First Deputy choice and prime heifers 25.00- Premier Georgi Tsankov, former j 26.00; good and qhoice 21.50-24.75; ,3-BEDROOM. NO. SIDE. 2 STORY. Living room, separate dining room, nice kitchen, new bath. Gas, hot water, full basement, stoker heat. Garage. To close estate; 'a real value, only $5,000, terms. See Pudenz Real Estate. Dial 9342. 63-l66-3tc Houses for Rent 64 HOUSE *F0R RENT. DIAL 3483. . 64-166-3tp PARTLY MODERN, ONE BED- room house, $30. Ada-Clements. 64-166-2tc NEAR NEW, MODERN SMALL house,'furnished or unfurnished. Apartment for Rent 65 APARTMENTS AVAIL ABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 9680. oS-219-tfc FREE! 1 PINT SHBRBBT With Each ,H> Gallon of m $1.04 Value for 79c Wa Make Our Own lee Craam MAIN ICE CREAM . . : IMtT'Ue Deputy Premier Dobri Terpetshev and former Gen. Nako Panov. Tsankov was ousted from both the party's Central Committee and the Politburo. The others were thrown out of the Central Committee. Announcing the shakeup, Radio Sofia charged the three with "systematic opposition against the policy of the party and its political unity." The Kremlin used much the. same words to denounced V. M, Molotov, Georgi Malenkov, L. M. Kaganovich and their associates who lost out for opposing Nikita Khrushchev's policies. It was expected' more severe charges would follow soon in the Bulgarian case and that the purged trio also would be removed from their government Jobs following the Moscow pattern. Radio Bucharest indicated the Romanian purge is not over. It said: "The party is determined to unmask all enemies who oppose its policies." Bulgaria is in such gevera economic difficulties that thousands of its unemployed have been sent to Soviet Siberia to work. Thousands of others have been moved from -Sofia and other cities to the countryside to prevent uprisings. It was expected that Tsankov, who is also chairman of the state 'planning corrttnlftslbn, would be made the scapegoat for the economic distress. utility and commercial cows 14.2516.50; utility and commercial bulls 17.50-19.50; good and choice vealers 21.00-24.00. Salable sheep 1,000; moderately active, spring lambs weak to 25 lower; good to prime spring lambs 88-96 lb 22.00-24.50. drawn support outside their own ranks, from Democrats ana Republicans alike, to delete or modify key features of the bill. Filibuster Resort But if they fail in that effort, they still will be free to filibuster against the bill — a last-resort course with which they have blocked all civil rights measures in the past. To choke off a filibuster takes the votes of 64 senators — two thirds of the entire membership. In rapid-fire order Tuesday, after eight days of debate, the Senate voted to take up the House- passed bill and then rejected 5435 a motion of Sen. Morse (D-Ore) to send the measure to its Judiciary Committee for a week's study. This cleared the decks for getting down to action on the bill itself and the various amendments already proposed. Sen. Anderson (D-NM) immediately called up an amendment he and Sen. Aiken (R-Vt) have offered to strike out Section 3 of the bill. Under this provision injunctions could be obtained to pre vent interference with a number of civil rights—the right to vote being just one of them. Another section of the bill, left untouched by Anderson's and Aiken's amendment, similarly would empower the attorney general to obtain federal court injunctions against violations or threatened violations of voting rights. Could Be Jailed Persons accused of disobeying injunctions obtained by the government could be convicted and jailed for contempt of court without a jury trial. Other parts of. the bill would establish a civil rights division in the Justice Department and create a bipartisan presidential commission to make a general two-year study of the protection of civil rights. Eisenhower's brief statement, after the Senate voted to take up the bill, expressed hope that it will be acted on "without undue delay." He outlined what he called its "four simple objectives" and said that while any language changes in the bill were "a legislative matter," he hoped it would be kept an "effective" measure. Eisenhower specifically opposed providing for jury trials in contempt cases growing .put of injunctions obtained "to protect the constitutional right of all citizens to vote regardless of race or color." He also said, in an obvious reference to Section 3 of the bill, that the measure was designed "to provide a reasonable program of assistance in efforts to protect other constitutional rights of our citizens." Prime Dixie Goal Wiping out this section of the bill is one of the prime goals of its Southern foes. They contend that it could be used, because of the way it is linked with an old Reconstruction era law, to force school integration and other mixing of the races at bayonet point. O'Mahoney, who has proposed an amendment to provide for jury trials when questions of fact are involved in contempt cases under the legislation, took prompt issue with Eisenhower's statement. "I feel sure the White House has not apprised itself of the clear, irrefutable arguments for a jury trial in accord with the American heritage," O'Mahoney told a reporter. Aiken said in a separate interview that the President's statement had not altered his stand in favor of his and Anderson's amendment to limit the bill's new enforcement powers to voting rights. He contended that Section 3 of the bill "goes beyond constitutional rights" and could be used to "harass" labor unions and manufacturers. He also said that retention of this section "would jeopardize the chances of passing any voting rights legislation." On the other hand, Rep. Cellar (D-NY) said that if Southern senators succeed in working out a compromise which either limits the bill to vote protection or requires jury' trials, "it will be love's labor lost for them." On Knowland's motion to take up the bill, the senators from Tennessee and Texas voted for it, but the senators from the nine other Southern states all voted against. Counted for the motion were 42 Republicans and 29 Democrats,! to the Judiciary Committee was defeated by the votes of 38 Republicans and 16> Democrats. It was suppported by 4 Republicans and 31 Democrats. Eisenhower- (Continued from Page 1) also said there is no connection between the disarmament talks and Tuesday's Pentagon announcement that U.S. armed forces will be tut by 100,000 men by the end of this year. MIDDLE EAST—Asked for comment on the shipment of Soviet arms to some Middle East countries, particularly Egypt and Syria, Eisenhower said such shipments by Russia cannot possibly contribute to peace. The effect, he went on, will be just the opposite. VACATION—If the House should decide to recess—in the event of a protracted Senate filibuster on civil rights—there is no reason why he won't be able to go off to Newport, R.I., for a vacation before final adjournment of Congress. TREATIES — Discussing demands in Congress for ending status of forces treaties, which require foreign trials for American sen-icemen in some instances, Eisenhower made it emphatically clear he is against any such move. The status of forces treaties are absolutely essential, he said, adding that without such alliances we would be compelled to bring home American troops stationed abroad. Out of Proportion Eisenhower also said that he believes the case of Army Specialist 3.C. William S. Giard has been whipped up all out of proportion to its importance. Girard is charged with firing a shell casing which killed a Japanese woman. The Defense Department decided to turn Girard over to a Japanese court for trial and the Supreme Court last week upheld that decision. FBI FILES—Eisenhower said he opposes any widespread opening of FBI files. He said it could do incalculable damage because such files often contain derogatory information which has not been evaluated as to truth. STEEL PRICE — Eisenhower said the recent steel price increase may not have as much adverse effect on the over-all econo : my as had been thought at first. Processors of steel, the President added, may be able to absorb part of the increase. PRESIDENTIAL PAPER S— Asked about his plans for disposition of his official and private papers after he leaves office, Eisenhower said he has instructed his staff that all official documents are to be turned over to the public. He said he would like to obtain his personal papers while he lives, but is willing to have them given to the government on his death. Czeehs See Bad News in Khrushchev Economic Proposals PRAGUE - NiWta Khrushi chev's propdsals for greater .economic Integration for the Communist world sounds like had news to the average Czech. They recall what nine years of helping maintain the economy of the Soviet Union and keeping some of the more faltering satellites alive have dpne to this once prosperous nation. The promise from Khrushchev of greater economic cooperation means to many people here an even greater drain on a nation whose living standards have suffered much since it became Communist. "We might achieve an even better coordination in the work of the industry and agriculture of our countries so that our economy might be more closely linked," Khrushchev said before he left Prague on Tuesday. Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT om.^ OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, II. No. 7390 NOTICE IS HEREfeY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified at executor of the estate of Lawrence H. Nepple deceased, late of Carroll County. All persona indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and tile lh the office of the Cleric of the District Court. Herbert Nepple, Executor Erwtn H. Hansen, Attorney Dated July 2, 1957 AUted J. Klocke, Clerk District Court July 8, 10, 17, 1957 la The District Court of Iowa, - In and for Carroll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WUJU STATE OF: IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That an Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament ot Wtliam Relneke Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 39th day of July, 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 aftlxe^his 2nd day of July, 1957. Alfred J. Klocka, Clerk District Court. By Lois Stbenaller, Deputy. July 8, 10, 17, 1957 In The District Court of lows. In and for Carroll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Conaern: 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 Mondav tne 5th 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 atflxed^thia 9th day of July, 1957. Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court. July 10, 17, 24. 1957. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT Carroll tndepandent School District M.PI. Rivar -Orant^ Township J ^a^M. County * Carrol. • GENERAL FUND Beginning Balance « go .«« ** April, May. June Receipts ^ffi'ft TOTAL April, May, June DJsbursaments Balance on Hand June SO, 1957 DISBURSEMENTS Acme Chemical Co $ -$166,367.37 -$ 67403.80 American Council on Edu. cation American Library Assocla Won .— American Standard Corp™ Andreasen, Erie Bach, Marcus Baley, William Average weight of the skin of an adult person is six pounds. Balfour, L. G. — Barrons Educational 6erles Beisch. Rosa Belter OU Co. _ Bowker, R. L. Bottolfson, William , Brinks, Eugene Brown, Jon Bud Case Music Co. _Bureau of Audio Visual Bureau of Educational Research ~-T Bureau of Lectures • and Concert Artlsta Campbell, Joe .... •— Carney, Margaret — Carrofl Lumber Co. . Carroll Msch. aV Welding _ CarroU Rotary Club Carroll Water Dept. Certified Electric Corp. Cliff's Standard Service — Cole Petroleum Colllnge, Cole ™ — Compton, F. B. — Creative Playthings Crouse Cartage —~ Daniel 92.89 — 20.00 100 138.6* 18,26 12,90 4.16 5.00 16.87 losis? 9.80 3.60 6.99 17.72 Davis Paint „ Davis Press —-—— DeLuxe Cleaners tt Launderers . Doleral Insurance Drarrfatlc Publishing -----Educational Music Bureau- Edwards, Cal — Emarines — Encyclopedia BrUannles Evans, Wm. -. Farm Operators Rural Kaa. Map Co _ — Farner & Bocken Feedwaters. Inc. ________ Fister, Bethane Forney, W. Paul _ with opposition limited to 18 j Z c ™h m i?,*^ 14 Mi Southern Democrats. HiXrt^ aer '.sl Southern Democrats. Morse's motion to send the bill SUDOiT ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILINO County Estimate Julv N lB >1C i9M Th . , t ft*." # '.t"^ 1 * 0 /* ?* Carroll County, low«, will meet July 29, 1957, at 10 a. ra. at Board of Supervisors Office, CarroU, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the-following estimate of eVendl tures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1958. « P en„ EDWARD J. MURPHY, »«_»__»___^_______ " County Auditor. FUNDS Expenditures For Year I Michigan State Unjversity>wa8 the first college to build a ttudaot uaioi huJldjne;, General Court Ex pent* Poor State Institution ___ County Insane _____ County School Soldiers' Relief Bovine Tuberculosis Emergency " " "a Sur. 1 tups. R' Baiiss Eradication .— Old AJ Puti, Ei Ins. (Fed.) (State)j Bounty _ Fair . Farm-to-Mkt. Roads . Secondary Road H.F, 42J 87th G.A^...™ . B." >H inffis Two." only j mil Twp. only I $ spbl 15,53: 7,791 80,129 12,449 8,989 7,714 6,838 11,909 10,132 $125,369 22,059 84,555 64,436 6,692 12,046 10,4801 66 30,000 10,330 1,838! 16,764 9143,616 38,951 '0,905 '.6' 7,911 3,460! 1,812! 8,000 130,469 187998 279,447 19I384 2,968 TOTALS -^y^Mi^Mn 1,399 1,031 233 48,892 ' 8.443! 2,337 1,309 6,000 138.891 34,349! 878,011 19,000 8,948 8147,073: 28,518 102,7r' 76,01 8,7L_, lf^OO 20MO 15,086 20,784 7,399 1,685 8,000 140,000 380,000! 4,800 "~s,odo "6"5«i 1,399 688 * 46,073 250 16,830! 4.0 10, 7,643 '|898 140,000 $924,900^ 24,14218228,82018684,830 9101,000 28,265 86,870 60,000 8,960 11,810 16,200 4,000 . 7.643 IpJ&z 120,000 4,800 Gilberts Globe Machinery Gnam, Louis ...... Great Western Stage Eqpt. Green Bay Lumber Co. Greteman Bros- , : — Hammond Stephens —.— Hannasch, Al Hannesch Super Valu Harcourt Brace Co. Hauff, Dwlght Harris, Wilbur Heires Electric H 8c H — Herald Publlshiijar" Herff-Jones _—» Hertsberg New Method — Hlgley Chemical Co. Hlnky-Dlnky Hoffmann-Harris Hot Lunch Program Houchen Bindery Inter-Collegiate Press —— 1 3 M Iowa '«acTrtruiht'*' Power Iowa Public Service Iowa State College Press _ Iowa State CoUege Johnson, Francis .— Johnson Service ——.——. Kasperson. Mabel _. Keating Coal Co. , Keenan Pslnt —~ 84.88 80.00 3.60 100.00 32.03 . 12.20 80.80 110.29 27.86 9.80 5.22 40.00 111.84 26.87 41.68 1,469.96 20.16 3.80 103.97 178.81 45.16 8.02 , 3.80 443.93 4.95 13.06 20.00 1 .73 65.82 15.26 78.09 146" 3. 367.31 42364 682.99 81.30 87.84 4.00 46.70 304.34 49.78 4.13 93.37 200 K8 870.80 45.46 230.00 29.75 7.60 186.25 322.38 5.80 106.87 7.60 1,238.94 1,188.95 4.17 100.38 23.50 34.20 5.00 "to _S 98,783.77 Kleck. Rev. Harold — Kllpto Loose Leaf Co. Knowlton Furniture — Kramers' Shoe Shop . Kratoska Insurance Kucharo Display Kunecka, Art _ Lane Audio Visual — Latta, J. S, 8c Son __ Lehman Drug • Life Lockhart Co. _, McClurg, A. C. McCoy/Motors _ McMahon, Kent Matt Furniture Matt Hardware Mayfalr Agency Maucker. J. W. __ Midland Laboratories Mlaras, Catherine — MUler Chemical Co. . MlUer Music Co. Mlnneapolis-HoneyweU _—Missouri-Kansas Chem. Co. Monroe, Clifton ~_~ Montgomery Ward Co. Moorman Conoco Co. --•— Nat'l. Association of Mfge, Nat'l. Id. Association _™ Noland's N. W. Bell Tel. Co. Nu Ball Mfg. Co. _ • . 8 ffice Co- lerlch, Delbert ... Paramount Cosmetics Park Gardens ... Paul k Waynes —~~ Payroll Penney J. C. U Co, Petty Cash Playtime Equipment Pratt PaDer Co. -Quality Seed Store , Oulvira Speclaltlee Readers Dliest . _, .. Regtator Sc Tribune Relcks Deep Rock Reinart Service — Relsner, Merle ...— r — Ribbon ar Carbon Supply — Row Peterson Royal Typewriter Co. Sanders, Joe —. Schaben. John ... Schlel, Rev. Walter School Specialty .Co. Schwarrenoach, Ken. — Science Research -———. Seaton, Gertrude Sieve, George Silver Brudette r Simon Schuster .. ~ Singer Sewing Machine Co. Sioux Citv Music Co. ._ _ Snook, Maryln, . Snyder, Dick F Sportsman — u — s —instate Agency for Surplus Property State of Iowa,.— State University xrf Iowa — Stone Printing Co. Strauss Lock Co. Uptown Club — U. S. Postmaster U.S.S.R. Van Sickja, Aneta 28.00 3.80 6.95 192.80 499.18 25.68 1.38 11.90 964.86 100.93 9.95 123.23 60.14 181.09 3.00 8.07 102.33 7,50 50.00 82.87 80.60 168.00 2.28 1,151.00 742.68 5.00 17.05 85.10 1.50 M.36 3.58 417.29 17.44 125.03 15.28 38.87 881.28 5.38 49,788.79 33.77 ' "*» 16.74 18.80 S.S9 1 ?1 44.83 104.71 255.97 73S.0O 58.42 11.00. 10.00 4.12 1280 15.90 8.00 80 00 16.80 9.07 18.36 11.75 il| 6.78 10.00 8.88 33.94 ,8 ,53 120,02 If Waters Dept. Store Waynes "«S" : TTZZ Wegners Piano House , Welch, W. M. Mfg. Co. .™ Western Auto Associate Store • ,.„,„, ,. _ Wllke Drug _1 Wittrock Motor Wolfe, Joe Young, Vie „ m 39 17J Total General Fund SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Beginning Balance •_ „.. April, May, June Receipts TOTAl — _ April, May, June Disbursements .8 67.603.80 ™»2,528.09 —. 4,329.13 ,86,857. Ending Balance June 30, 1957 , . , . . , RBVOLVINO FUND Beginning Balance. —; ^ April, M»y, June Receipts Z ~» Aprilflwity, TuTiT'DisbursamanS' lading Balance June 30, 1987 -•i

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