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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services CARD OP THANKS 00 to SO. word* USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excel* lent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 6 gal. lots. $3.19 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc SB em SO words. 11.25 CLAM1FI1D DISPLAY .4o per word par eoluma inch ,,„., si Ciaietf led dUpiaya taken until 10 a. day of publication except Saturd Monday tbi 20 m. Any ad 8 a. m. on Saturday. £ U 9:80 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m, througb Friday. CLAMIPIID CASH WITH ORDS* Oia day, par mnr * Scents Two days, par word ,, 0 centa — daya. per word__^__l2 cent* Threa daya. per word. Pour daya, per word Hva daya, por word- Six daya, per word__ .14 centa 1 centa I centa Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Our recent bereavement leaves us with, grateful hearts toward relatives, neighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sym pathy, helpfulness and thoughtful ness will always be remembered The beautiful floral offerings were greatly appreciated. Leonard Schirck and family Announcements WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. Ml work guaranteed. Dial 9513 Spotter's TV. 6-107-tfc JULY 14 PLY TIME IS SCREEN TIME. WE can rescreen your frames or supply you with all necessary materials to do it yourself. You can do better at Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-172-6tc Household! Goods 51 IF RUGS COULD TALK, HERE'S what they would say~"clean me with Blue Lustre today." Matt Furniture Co. 51-176-ltc For Sale 55 FOR ALL . GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Safsway. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc We Fix It 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawn mowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-174-6tc Where To Go 17 RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties Good Things to Eat 18 DELICIOUS LOBSTER TAILS!!! at Club 30. 18-149-ltc FOR SALE: LOK RIB STEEL buildings. One 24 ft. building on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc AT BILL BURGESS MOTORS YOU get personal attention for you and your car, and careful attention to details that keep your car operating properly. Shop open 7:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Sat* urday. - 75-164-ltc FRIGID AIRE FOUNTAIN COOL- er like new.. 425 East 6th. 55-172-6tc FOR SALE: BICYCLE, 24" GOOD condition. Contact John Freder ick, Exira R.R. 1 or phone 629 Exira. 55-176-ltc FOR SALE: 10-FT. DEEP freeze; bicyle, tot seat to hook on swing set. Phone 9670. 55-176-ltp 56 Office Supplies BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: HOME ON NORTH side, excellent condition. Low down payment. Dial 9756. 63-171-6tc CLEARANCE SALE ON wear now on at Andy Balk's Men's Wear. • 6-162-tfc VIOLA TWP. CONS. SCHOOL will accept bids for coal, gas. propane, oil. and tires, on Aug. 5, 1957. Also applications for bus drivers. 6-l75-6tc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc NO 'PRE - COOKED' CHICKEN seryedatOubJO. 18-150-ltc Female Help Wanted 22 Houses for Rent 64 WANTED: RESPONSIBLE BABY sitter, to stay in home. Phone 9163. 22-172-6tc WANTED: FULL TIME HOUSE- keeper, modern home. One child. Write Box A % Daily Times Herald 2-173-6tp WANTED: MIDDLE-AGED WO- man for light housekeeping, for elderly man. Phone 2360. 22-174-3tc FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS EXTRA SAFETY LOW INTEREST RATE See Phil Dennis See.-Treai National Farm Loan Association Over Woolwortn'a — Carroll 12-2-5tC 14 Business Services USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc PICNIC TABLES $15.00 CALL US for quick delivery. Carroll Lumber Co. 14-174-tfc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs! For a Free Estate, Dial 2592 Gambles. 14-86-tfc PART-TIME SALES LADY IN local store. Write Box B % Daily Times Herald. 22-174-3tc CLERK FULL TIME, MUST BE able to sew. Apply in person, ^Waters. >^JtlZS^ c Male-Female Help 23 HOUSE FOR RENT, CITY HEAT Ph. 9650. 64-174-3tc Auto Service 75 New Cars 76 McCormack- (Continued from Page 1) The Doily Record NEW 1957 FORD 4-DOOR FAIR- lane sedan. 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 67-172-6tC Assassination (Continued from Page 1) FOR RENT: 6 ROOM H0USE IN Glidden. Dial 3455 Carroll, after 5 p.m. 64-174-3tp PARTLY MODERN, ONE BED- room house, $30.00. Ada Clements. 64-17S-tfc vember that such attempts were "of no importance" and that the country's economic and political foundations were sound, Castillo Armas led a ragtag army of irregulars against the Arbenz forces to bring his country back from the road to Communism. He quickly purged the country of Communists, sending them into exile or putting them in jail. He also moved against right wing elements who he said "might try to hold' back the hands of the clock of history." Castillo Armas was graduated from Guatemala's military academy in 1936 and went into the army. In 1945 he returned to the academy as its deputy director. Two years later, after a course at the Staff and Command school of the U.S. Army at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., he became the school's director. Held Defense Post During World War II he served as a member of the joint U.S. HOUSE FOR RENT: PHONE 9413. Apartment for Rent 65 APARTMENTS"AV~A I L A B L E: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc expressed their views on that point. Loveless said when he vetoed the bills that he planned to call a special session in September to re-enact capital improvements "as needed." More recently he has said there is "no acute need" for a special session in the next 30, 60 or 90 days. ' To soma extent the matter of a special s e s si o n and capital Improvements appropriations has been made a Republican vs Democratic issue. Some prominent Re publicans have sharply criticized the Democratic governor for not taking the lead in solving the situation. Many of those who favored t special session on the capital im provements matter would not elaborate but some expressed senti ments pro and con. One of those interviewed was Rep. A. C. Hanson (R-Inwood), a former speaker. He said: "I favor a special session but only if there is reasonable hope for something constructive. Capital improvements appropriations should be made for the three state agencies to meet minimum needs! The governor ought to ask a bipartisan group to discuss a special session with him and what should be accomplished." Some Departments Short Rep. George Paul (R-Brooklyn). chairman of the Legislative Interim Committee, said the three agencies should be given about the same amount of money that ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions-Ronald E. Golay, Coon Rapids. Mrs. John G. Geier, Breda. Erin K, Dolen, Carroll. Civil Rights- (Continued from Pa*e 1) ing firm against a jury trial amendment. „ Standing Firm Humphrey and Northern Democrats allied with him said they were standing firm also. The bill would empower the attorney general to obtain federal court Injunctions against violations of voting rights. Persons accused of disobeying the court orders could be jailed for contempt without a jury trial. The Senate earlier in the week, in a major defeat for the bill's supporters, struck out by a 52-38 vote another section providing Tony Nockels, Carroll. Dismissal*— Mary Terese Hennessey, Manilla. Russell B. Nelsen, Carroll. Sharon Sibenaller, Carroll. ' Mrs. Jerald V. Miller and baby, Audubon. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Twit, Carroll, a daughter Saturday morning. Time* Herald, Carroll, lows Saturday, July 27, 1957 ' " VIM f & r .M, i, f, , Carroll Markets Ike Authorizes Aid to Flood Area WASHINGTON m - Freslrfelt- Eisenhower Saturday authorized an allotment of fof !«!«•:• al relief in areas of Minnesota- damaged by heavy rains and; floods. ' * The money will be used by'the Federal Civil Defense Administration primarily for rehabilitation of roads and other public facilities. GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats _$2.» _ 1.25 - .58 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO W — Hog prices advanced 50 cents to $1.00 this week Sows sold 75 cents to $1.25 higher Receipts of 31,000 hogs at Chi Guatemala Commission charged with planning the mutual defense!,the Legislature approved before of the hemisphere. He won the land commented: Mexican Order 6f Military Merit | "Also, some state departments MAKE $20.00 DAILY LUMINOUS Nameplates. Free samples. Reeves Co. Attleboro, Mass. Farm Machinery 33 NEED A LAWN MOWER? WE have a few demonstrators and some good used mower at very special prices. Come in and see them—Ask for Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-l75-3tc MEN, YOUR CLOTHING NEEDS cleaning frequently this time of year. Send 'em to us . . . . we'U make them look better, feel better, last longer. Phone 3652. Thompson Cleaners. 14-161-ltc 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 13 TONS POPCORN 2 CENTS LB in ear. Our farm, Westside Henry Engelen. 34-174-3tp NICE THREE ROOM APT. WITH bath. Unfurnished. Available at once. Dial 9521. 65-175-tfc ONE OF THE BETTER DOWN town apts. 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9376. 65-176-6tc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll. Iowa. • 65-58-ltC COOL AND CLEAN. COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643, 1121 No. Main. 65-154-tfc 4 ROOMS AND BATH WITH private closed-in porch. Reasonable rent. L. Boyce. Dial 9352. 65-t74-3tc Farms for Sale 67 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 25 FEEDER PIGS. WEIGHT, 100 lbs. Evan Kuker, Lldderdale. Ph. 10-F-2. 41-174-6tc WALLPAPER . . . JUST RECEIY,- 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 ANYONE DESIRING EXTRA copies of The Daily Times Herald for weddings, obituaries, or any special occasion, please notify The Daily Times Herald by noon the day of publication of any such article. 14-144-ltp. 8-HOUR CLEANING SERVICE AT HR Cleaners-where your clothes are always 20% cleaner and odorless. All > cotton dresses and a^orf'ihrjta sized to rfestore that fresh-new look. Dial 4333. HR fleajarg, .. 14-148-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, (arm supplies or gift Items. 14-166-I8tc SAVE! SAVE 1 .ON SPORTS equipment. Giant sale now on at The Uptown Club. Up to 50% off on golf, tennis, baseball, and fish ing equipment. 14-173-tfc FREE'STORAGE FOR ALL WIN ter : clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc Household Goods 51 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 FOR SALE: NEW AND USED power lawn mowers. Schenkel berg Impl. Co. 51-153-ltc IMPROVED 160 ACRES $135 PER acre with terms. Several other good farms. Frank Hoffmann. Phone 2210. 67-173-tfc Misc. Real Estate 70 NORTHWOODS RESORT WITH full liquor license, four cabins, 900 feet of sandy beach lake frontage. 20 acres of land. Priced $13,500, $6,000 down. Art Schmidt, ^Park^^Wis^^^ Used Cars & Trucks 71 and two Bronze stars from the United States. His wife, an attractive brunette, was a school teacher before their marriage. His election as a constitutional president took place in October, 1954, several months after the successful revolution. Students have been in the foreground of resistance to the Castillo Armas regime. The worst outbreak came in June, 1956, when 5 students were killed in a clash with police and 17 others were wounded. One policeman was shot to death and three wounded. Castillo Armas put the country under modified martial law for 30 days. Security Chief Ismael Ortiz Orellana linked the student demonstrations with a Communist plot to overthrow the government, but student leaders denied any Red connections. In March, 1956, Castillo Armas announced a five-year' economic development plan for the country, to which the United States contributed almost 54 million dollars. The plan called for spending 250 million dollars to develop transportation, communications, electric power, housing, health and social security programs. Castillo Armas stressed the need for economic development in Guatemala, the northernmost and most populous of the Central American republics. It has common borders with Mexico, El Salvador and Honduras. Castillo Armas' term was to expire in March, 1960. under the oath he took before the Constituent Assembly in 1954. one exception the smallest since 1954. LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. Sl-131-tfc KEEP COOL IN SUMMER-KEEP warm in winter—Insulate your attic now. Do-it-yourself. Free estimates. Carroll Lumber Co. 51-174-tfc 1954 DODGE. MEADOW BROOK, •4-door sedan, heater and good rubber. Wittrock's. 71-171-tfc FOR SALE: 1953 FORD RANCH Wagon, new tires, excellent condition, fair price. Les Priebe. 208^4 So. Court. 71-174-3tc AIR-WAY SANITIZOR VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Richard Rutten. Dial 3001, Carroll. 51-175-tfc USED 3-PC. WALNUT BEDROOM suite, $35.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-175-2tc NEW DEHUMIDIFIER, $99.95. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30 51-174-tfc GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc FOR SALE: GOOD USED BABY bed. Ph. 3357. ' 5M74-3tC HAVE SPINET PIANO TO BE sold h«fp. Low monthly payments or will dlscout for cash. Write weuit manager, Critchett Piano Co., 1409 Forest, Des Moines. 51-176-6tc WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT stock of nice cars that are ideal for a second car, car for the wife, or for the teen-ager. Low 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-lll-tfc are rather short of money for salaries and should be given funds on ,a selective basis." Rep. Robert Carson (R-Independence), House Republican floorleader, declareo that the present problem "is strictly up to the governor." "If there is a special session it would represent his recognition of the need for capital improvements." Rep. Clark McNeal (R-Belmond), declared that a special session "is imperative to handle capital improvements and the tax to provide them. Certainly Republicans are most open to suggestions from the governor." Rep. Merle Hagedorn <D-Royal), Democratic floorleader m the House commented: "I'm skeptical what could be accomplished and fear the Republicans would attempt to embarrass the governor by increasing the sales tax. Capital improvements should be set up on a long range basis and financed by earmarking inheritance and beer taxes for that purpose so as to guarantee revenue for future planning." Rep. Howard Reppert (D-Des Moines) said: "If the vetoed capital improvements bills are going to be a serious handicap to our schools in the next three or four years, then I favor a specie! session to straighten out that problem." 'Could Cal Session' Sen. D. C. Nolan (R-Iowa City), Republican floorleader in the Senate, declared that: "The governor has put himself in the position where he should call a special session, and if he doesn't he's going back on his commitment to the peoplei We ought to re-appropriate for capital improvements and provide for ,. L ... a tax program to carry it out. We Vyrle Eckard, a lieutenant in; ghould pu f the tax prtgram , ta a the Iowa National Guard is at; perman £ nt( ins tead of a tempo- Camp Ripley, Minn., where hej{. ar basis" will spend the next two weeks. Hej j Kem)al , Lynes (R . P | al „. Vyrle Eckard at Camp Ripley, Minn. r „ cago were the smallest for five similar procedure for the enforce- 1 days in three months and with ment of civil rights generally. —«— »--.. Both O'Mahoney and Kefauver previously had offered separate but similar amendments providing for jury trials in criminal contempt proceedings growing out of the issuance of injunctions to enforce the bill's right-to-vote section. Their new amendment, in which Church joined as a sponsor, goes beyond this in that it would have "universal application" in all contempt proceedings, not just in cases involving voting rights. It would supersede an existing law denying the right to trial by jury In contempt cases arising from injunctions obtained by the government. O'Mahoney said it would have the effect of "redefining and making uniform the concept of criminal contempt which has plagued lawyers and judge in the federal courts for far too long." Great Advance Kefauver said it would mark "a great advance in civil liberties" because it would not apply just to the civil rights bill but would amend general law to cover all contempt actions. "It again will assure labor unions of their day in court before their peers—something which was done in the Norrls-LaGuardia Act but which has been largely nullified through the Taft-Hartley Act," he said. Some senators looked on the amendment as an attempt to rally labor behind a jury trial amend-, ment and also to pick up votes from the ranks of Northern senators friendly to labor but opposed to modifying the legislation further. Not Buying Stuff Humphrey, however, said he had checked with a number* of labor leaders here and had not "found a soul who Is buying this stuff." A spokesman for the AFL-CIO said its policy-makers hadn't a chance to examine the amendment and hadn't taken a position on it. But he said they had been opposed, up to this point, to any jury trial amendment. Russell said that every labor union should be grateful for the proposed amendment'because, he told the Senate, the civil rights bill would turn them over to the mercies of the attorney general. The amendment provides a maximum penalty for criminal contempt of a $1,000 fine or six months in jail, or both. is working as a range officer with' headquarters of the 34th Division, I.N.G. WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. , 75-284-tfc These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought for Vow Club or Private Party ( , Re«erve Our RANCH ROOM Accommodation* for SO People ramUyStyVe Dinner* Served from $1.25 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "ISLAND IN THE SUN" Continuous Show Sunday STARLINE BALLROOM Western low*'* Finest TUESDAY, JULY- 30 Ronnie Bartley Orch. SATURDAY/JULY 37 Jay Bellaire Orch. REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now'a 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 Dr. John Morrison Returns from Camp Dr. and Mrs. John R. Morrison and children, Debbie and David, of Glidden returned Friday night from Colorado. Dr. Morrison, a lieutenant colonel in the U. S. Army Officers Reserve, spent two weeks at Camp Carson. Dubuque Man, 25, Killed as Auto Rolls DUBUQUE <»\-Wayne Schadle, 25, of Dubuque was killed early Saturday when his car went out of control here. Witnesses said the car was traveling at high speed when it failed to make a turn at an intersection. Schadle was thrown from the .car which rolled end over end and sideways for a distance of nearly 200 feet. He was alone in the car. The closing top was $22 paid for No. 2 and 3 grade 200 to 280 pound butchers. Prime grades of steers sold steady to 50 cents higher and steers grading • choice and below were steady to 75 cents lower with most decline on good and low choice grades. Choice and prime fed heifers over 950 pounds were steady to 25 higher, and other heifers 50 cents to $1.00 lower. Cows were mostly 50 to 75 cents lower and bulls around $100 down. Vealers were steady to $1.00 higher and stocker cattle and calves weak to 50 cents lower. (USDA)-Salable hogs 1,000; total 1,000 (estimated); compared with week ago. barrows and gilts 50-1.00 higher; sows 75-1.25 higher; most U.S. No. 2 and 3 200-280 lb barrows and gilts closed at 21.50-22.00; larger lots mixed grades 325-425 lb sows 19.00-2.50. Salable cattle 100; total 100 (estimated); compared week ago prime steers sold steady to 50 higher and steers choice and below steady to 75 lower with most decline on good and low choice grades; average choice to high choice steers mainly steady; choice and prime fed heifers over 950 lbs steady to 25 higher; other heifers 50-1.00 lower; cows mostly 50-75 lower; bulls around 1.00 lower; vealers steady to 1.00 higher; stocker cattle and calves weak to 50 lower; feeding steers steers 24.50-25.75: bulk choice heifers 22.75-24.50; utility and commercial cows 13 25-16.50; utility and commercial bulls closed at 16.50-18.00; good and choice veal­ ers 2l.00-25.00-, good and choice 800-965 lb feeding steers 34.2523.75. Salable sheep 100; total 100 (estimated); compared week ago: at the close choice and prime spring lambs mostly 24.00-25.00; good to choice grades 22.50-24.00. Showers Will Continue in Iowa By The Associated Press Bain fell at scattered points in Iowa Friday night and early Sab* urday as the Weather Bureau predicted the scattered showers and thunderstorms would continue intermittently through the weekend. The heaviest rainfall reported was 1.25 inches at Ames. Iowa Fals had .59 of an inch, Hubbard .54. Sioux City .50, and Zearing .36v Good rains also were reported at Rockwell City and in the area south of Marshalltown but rainfall amounts were not available. High temperatures Friday ranged from 82 at Dubuque to 91 at Sioux City and Des Moines. Dubuque and Mason City reported the low of 67 degrees Friday night as low readings ranged up to 73 at Des Moines, Council Bluffs and Ottumwa. Dulles- (Continued from Page 1) Dinosaurs ranged from house cat size to monsters 90 feet long weighing 40 tone You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll field), said the Legislature should go back into session "to undo the damage which has been done by the vetoes. We certainly should reenact capital improvements bills for all three agencies at about the same level as before. But I would want a balanced budget. That would require 3n increase in revenue of about 16 million dollars a year." Sen. Jack Miller (R-Sioux City), commented: "If the Republican leaders in the Senate will be willing to compromise on revenue raising measures, I would favor a special session. Otherwise, it would be a waste of time and money." Sen. Jack Schroeder (R-Daven| port) said he would oppose a special session "unless the governor gives a commitment that he would not veto an incrrase in the sales tax to take care of increased needs. The capital improvements measures should be re-enacted as before but you can't appropriate any substantial amount without an increase in taxes." Sen. J. T. Dykhouse (R-Rock Rapids), said he would oppose a special session "because I don't think It would do any good. The governor vetoed the capital improvements and probably still has that same feeling." Nations Aug. 1. The current round of talks has been going on in London since March. Seek '1st Stage' Post There have been a series of proposals and counterproposals by Western representatives and Zrf- rin, aimed at achieving a "first stage" disarmament pact. At the moment the talks appear to have slowed down somewhat- after initial high optimism—over the question of the timing of a suspension of hydrogen bomb tests and the period of their duration, The Russians have proposed a two to three-year moratorium oa tests while talks continue on other aspects of disarmament. The United States has proposed a 10-montb test suspension but only on condition that a ban be placed on the manufacture of fissionable materials. In recent weeks, the British have appeared to be pessimistic, about chances of reaching a first stage pact.. The Americans, on the other hand, have been more optimistic and apparently feel the Russians are in a more "businesslike" frame of mind toward disarmament. IT'S "FAN"-TASTIC« How much good an electric fan can be on those warm summer days. People will be watching the want ads for used fans for sale, so if you have one, call 3S73 and place your Times Herald Want Ad now. Daily Tinies Herald Templeton 4-H Holds Local Show (Timot Herald Xtwt fervtee) TEMPLETON —The Templeton Stars 4-H Club held a local achievement show July 23. Roll call was answered by "What habit I learned from my mother." Mary Ann Martin gav« a talk on "How to clean rugs," Miss Lucile Buchanan, county home economist,! discussed record book problems. Guests were the nuns from Sacred Heart parish and mothers of the 4-H girls. Mary Ann Martin and * Judy Goetzinger demonstrated how to make a cleaning kit Muriel Bruggerman and Karen Kaus demonstrated a brick and board shelf. They will represent the club at the fair. Mrs. Amos Kusel and Mrs. Gene Wiese judged our exhibits. Fair entries are as follows: Portfolio- Jane Eickman, Alice Irlmeier, Judy Goetzinger; cushion and cover — Alice Irlmeier and Dianne Irlmeier; dresser scarf — Jane Eickman and Dianne Irlmeier; reclaimed frame — Alice Irlmeier. VISIT IN CEDAR RAPIDS (Timet Hertld News Berviee) HALBUR - Mr. and Mrs. John Schenkelberg drove to Cedar Rap- Ids Friday where they visited until Saturday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koenig. They were accompanied by their granddaughters, Vicki and Janie Koenig of Carroll, and their grandson and grandaughter, Steve and Becky Koenig of Cedar Rapids, who returned to their home after visiting here since Sunday. Mrs. George V Eischeid and infant son, Gene Joey, returned home from St. Anthony Hospital. Lorna and Judy Boldt of Blooming Prairie, Minn., visited from Monday until Friday with their friends, Marlene Koenig and Diane Potthotf. Mt. Ayr Man, 23, Killed in Auto Mishap MOUNT AYR (4V-Ted McGehee, 23, Mount Ayr, was fatally injured early Saturday when the car in which he was riding rolled over several times. Doyle Stuck, 21, Mount Ayr, owner of the car, and Larry Dean Reese, 21, of near Blockton, were hospitalized with brain concussions and other Injuries. Their conditions were listed as fair. Highway Patrolman Joe Gross said the car was headed south at an apparently high rate of speed when it left the road and'rolled over. The vehicle was demolished The accident occurred at the intersection of Highways 169 and 2 west of Mount Ayr. It was Ringgold's first 1957 traffic fatality. There is not one single authenticated record of the earth's having opened up and swallowed anyone or anything during an earthquake. Achievement Show Is Combined With Club's Flower Show (Time* Herald X«wi gerrtee) MANNING - The Manning 4-H Cadets held their annual Achievement Show at the Legion Hall In Manning July 24. Miss Lucile Buchanan, county home economist, was a guest, as wer« mothers of the 4-H girls and members of the Manning Homemakers' Club. A short business meeting was conducted by Judy Kuhl, president of the club. Mary Ann Hagedorn acted as secretary. A program was presented by the girls. Betsy Musfeldt sang "Dreaming" accompanied by her mother, Mrs. John Musfeldt Jr. Darlene Genzen and Judy Kuhl sang an action song, with audi ence participation. Myra Rowed der and Mary Ann Hagedorn play ed accordion duets and Judy Kuhl gave a report of the state conven tion. Sandra McGrath and Diane Eischeid, the junior demonstration team, gave a "Tisket, a Tas ket." Mrs. W. J. Heires of Carroll and Mrs. Amos Kusel of Manning judged the girls' exhibits. Two ar tides from each exhibit will be sent to the four-county fair at Coon Rapids. The Manning Homemakers' Club held a flower show in conjunction with the Achievement Day. Mrs. Martha Whisler of Coon Rapids,. judge of the show gave a talk on flower arrangements during the afternoon pro gram. F. F. NOBLE IN HOSPITAL (Time* . Herald New* Berviee) MANNING - F F. Noble, for merly of Manning, is ill in a Den ver, Colo., hospital. His address is: F. F. Noble, 223-A, St. Luke' Hospital, Denver, Colo. Trapped for 8 Days in Bathtub SAN FRANCISCO (JB-Mrs. Betty Schardt was reported gaining back her strength Saturday in a hospital following her eight-day ordeal of being trapped in a bathtub. The 74-year-old widow was found Thursday night after neighbors, noticing a stack of newspapers on her doorstep, called police. She had fallen paralyzed into the empty bathtub, but her cries for help were drowned out by a blaring television set. Hospital attendants said her condition was "surprisingly good." 32-Inch Rain Leaves 457 Dead TOKYO Flood waters began receding slowly Saturday on ravaged Kyushu Island where 457 persons were listed as dead in the wake of a 24-hour storm that brought 32 Inches of rain. Authorities listed 3,642 injured and 313 missing as rescue teams scanned the flood-washed triangle between Ishahaya, Omura and Nagasaki where 100,000 persons have been left homeless. No American civilians or military personnel were known to be among the victims. Prime Minister Nobusuke Kisbi announced he and 21 government officials would fly to the scene Sunday te inspect the damage caused by the heaviest downpour in Japanese history. Normal rainfall is 88 inches a year. Water still stood almost three feet deep in cities of Omura and Isahaya, hampering the efforts of search teams probing through the debris. U.S. Air Force helicopters dropped supplies throughout the shattered area. A Navy medical team sent to Nagasaki to set up an emergency clinic radioed a request for antibiotics, typhoid vaccine and tetanus antitoxin. Dry Ice is solidified carbon di­ oxideigas. .• Deaths and Funerals ROSCOE DAVIDwSON (Timet Herald New* Berrle*) SCRANTON - Funeral services will be at 2 p.m Sunday at the Huffman Funeral Chapel in Scranton for Roscoe (Ross) Davidson of El Monte, Calif., and Scranton, who died at El Monte Wednesday morning. The Rev. Robert D Stacy, pastor of the Scranton Church of Christ, will officiate Burial will be In Dlllavou cemetery. George Davidson is accompanying his brother's body to Scranton. The body it arriving Saturday aft­ ernoon and Is being taken directly to the Huffman chapel. 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