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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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Lt. Huisebus Is Assigned To Missiles WRIGHT - PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE. 0. — Lt. James L. Huisebus'has graduated from the Air Force Procurement School at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyo., and has been assigned to the Aircraft and Missiles Division of the Air Materiel Command. Lt. Huisebus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Huisebus of 408 West 7th Street; Carroll, will be a project officer in the mi s s 11 e s branch. This branch is a part of the Directorate of Procurement and Production of the Air Materiel Command whose headquarters are located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. AMC is responsible for buying, supplying and maintaining the Air Force's inventory of weapon systems. The lieutenant was graduated from Glidden Consolidated High School and from Drake University, Des Moines. He received his B. S. degree in 1956 from Drake. He was associated with Solar Aircraft Co., Des Moines, prior to entering the Air Force. He and his wife, the former Yvonne S. Manning of Des Moines, with their 6-month-old son, Stephen, reside at 132 Pat Lane, Fairborn, 0. Barn, Corn Crib Destroyed by Blaze SPENCER (&-A fire of undetermined origin at the Duane Pannell farm four miles north of here Sunday night destroyed a barn and crib half full of corn. Firemen from Spencer arrived in time to keep the blaze from spreading to other structures. Pannell was not at home at the time of the fire. No estimate of the damage was available. i Loveless Believes 20 Agencies Can Be Consolidated info 5 Depts. By HARRISON WEBER (Iowa Daily Pres* Assn. Writer) DES MOINES — Governor Herschel C. Loveless believes that 20 state agencies could be consolidated into five departments. Loveless made the comment at a political science panel discussion at Drake University here. He did not elaborate. Other members of the panel were Sen. J. Kendall Lynes <R), Plainfield, Commerce Commissioner John M. Ropes and John C. Brown, Department of History and Political Science, Cornell College. Panel Comments Various comments from panel members included: Loveless saidj "The trend has been to remove < from the executive department' many fields of authority." Lynes said "The governor holds the appointive power to boards and other agencies." He said the governor should have a close association with those he appoints so he is not entirely removed from boards and commissions. Lynes explained, that rarely does any one governor stay around long enough to make all appointments. In the-eourse of the discussion it was brought out that many of the appointments the governor makes are for six years while the state's top executive is elected for a two year term. Ropes said he couldn't see any deficiencies in the present system. Brown declared that a "Little Hoover" report showed the governor can remove only two of 25 agency heads at his own discretion. Brown also said the "Little Hoover" committee report In 1950 revealed Iowa' had 109 major and minor committees. Lynes said he felt the safety commissioner should serve at the 8 Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, July 29, 1957 "will of the governor."- The Republican from the 39th senatorial district said, "it would be much easier to develop the right kind of safety program it the commissioner had a closer relationship, with the governor." Lynes explained that the state's safety program was subject to a rapid change while programs under other agencies, such as the Board of Control, were more permanent. Lynes said since he has been in the legislature, over 15 years, "care of our unfortunates has changed tremendously." Traffic Count The Iowa Highway Commission this summer will complete its project of replacing beam type traffic computers with the more accurate magnetic records. So far, 18 of 26 detectors have been installed. Lower model cars and trucks have caused the commission considerable consternation. The beam thrown out by the old computor was hitting the window of the new low-slung automobiles or, if lowered, would go under the carriage of trucks. Quite a number of large trucks were being counted twice. Carl Schach, Safety and Traffic Engineer for the commission, said traffic this year on the state's primary highways is up 2V4 per cent. However, the monthly summary on traffic issued by the commission shows travel for the month of June down 3.75 per cent. Schach said the big reason for this drop-off was because of the newer and more accurate detectors which have been installed and are in use. Last month the average daily traffic count at the 26 stations was 2,948 vehicles compared with 3,063 for June of 1956. May was off .48 per cent with 2,708 cars counted compared with 2,720 for the corresponding month a year ago. Economy? Secretaries in the governor's office turn out the overhead lights during hot weather, using only desk lamps. This prompted one passer-by to comment, "Are they trying to set an example in economy for other slate departments?" Reapportionment At least one Republican senator j believes that reapportionment of the legislature is "far more important to the future of the State of Iowa than any tax bills pr capital improvement measures." He is Sen. Jack. Miller, Sioux City, who has requested Governor Herschel C. Loveless to include reapportionment a.<- a topic to be dealt with when hp calls a special session of the legislature. Miller said something has been "missed" during ah the discussion since Loveless vetoed the 2 v i per cent sales tax oill and the capital improvement measures. "There is something far more important to the future of the State of Iowa than an) tax bills or capital improvement measures. That is action on reapportionment — to put one house on an area basis ( and j one house on a population basis," Miller stated. "1 think Governor Loveless could call a special session for that purpose and 1 don't think he has an alibi for not calling a special session for that purpose," he declared. for Your Old Refrigerator! ii iii , i95 Exch. 10.4 cu. ft. A MO. W79.9S RtfrlgtMtor Whan Yeu Buy Thli Valua Leader of tha '57 Frlgldair.i • Dial Defrost • Aluminum Shelves • Big Freezer Capacity •* Quikube lee Trays Carroll Refrigeration Wast, on tha Highway Naxt to Charity's National Debt Is 'Less Burdensome' WASHINGTON MV-W. Randolph Burgess, undersecretary of the Treasury, told Congress Monday the national debt is becoming "somewhat less burdensome." Burgess took the offensive against Democratic critics on the Senate Finance Committee with a 33-page prepared statement and a series of charts giving the administration's position on its debt management policies. Burgess told the committee the national debt now is $251 less per capita than it was 10 years ago. Big 3 Back Up West Germany On Reunification BERLIN Mv-The tfhited States, Britain and Trance pledged. Mori day they will hot sign, any disarmament agreement that would "prejudice the reunification of Germany." A declaration signed by the am bassadors of the Western Big Three and West German Foreign Minister Henrich von Brentano stated that Germany can be reunified only after free elections are held in both parts of the country split by the Iron Curtain. The declaration was made just seven weeks before the crucial West German parliamentary elections Sept. 15. In the campaign the opposition Socialists have charged that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is ruining any chance of Soviet agreement to reunification by keeping West Germany in the North Atlantic Alliance. The declaration rejected any idea of imposed neutrality or demilitarization for a reunified Germany. It promised that the reunited country would be free p decide its own military policy. It said it would be up to the German people, "through their freely elected government," to decide whether their reborn nation should join the North Atlantic Alliance. % The Western Powers promised that if a reunified Germany should plump for the Western Alliance they would offer the Soviet Union a European security pact "of significant and far-reaching character." FAITH OR FIGHT? , . , This cakc-cutttng scene is msleadlng. Just before Kathryn Ann Kely and George P. McCarthy cut the cake at their Cleveland, Ohio, wedding reception,, they pledged their faith in each other by placing their ring hands over the wedding flowers. But what's that at left? A closer look reveals a fighting fist on Kathryn's other hand. Perhaps it was just a reflex action. Only George will know. The Doily Record Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Killough and daughter, Christine, and Pauline Huelsbeck of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Werner. They also visited relatives in Car-i roll, Dedham and Coon Rapids. Gary Thompson To Work, Play for Phillips Petroleum AMES (/P»—Gary Thompson, All- America basketball player at Iowa State College last season, said Monday he has accepted a position with Phillips Petroleum Co, and will play on the firm 's team. Thompson, who graduated from Iowa State this year, said he would work in the Bartlesville, Okla., company's sales division. He added that he plans to stay at Ames and work at a Phillips station here until September. Then he will report to Phillips Oilers basketball Coach Gerald Tucker at Bartlesville. Thompson has been playing baseball this summer with a Slater team. BROUGHT TO HOSPITAL % Mrs. Joe Herbers of Halbur was brought to St. Anthony Hospital in the Sharp ambulance about 11 p.m. Sunday. She is a medical patient. THE BIGGEST AND CRAZIEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR WILL BE FOUND DURING ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mary Frances Bruner, Carroll. Mrs. Willard M. Johnston, Bayard. David Pudenz. Rt. 2, Carroll. William P. Orr, Carroll. Joseph P. Lawler, Westside. Pearly Morrow, Wall Lake. Mrs. Earl Huegerich, Arcadia. Mrs. Joseph B. Herbers, Halbur. Idyle D. Tolle, Dedham. Byron James Hays, Carroll. Dismissals- Ruth Ann Fasbender, Auburn. Mrs. Harold A. Conrad and baby, Carroll. Mrs. William B. Blum and baby, Wall Lake. Faye Backhaus, Manilla. Mrs. Marvin T. Simons, Carroll. Mrs. Edwin Maher and baby, Manilla. Lawrence A. Sporleder, Carroll. Mrs. Frank Renze and baby, Auburn. Mrs. Dennis Trecker, Templeton. Mrs. Roscoe C. Dixon, Scranton. Mrs. Clara G. Krogh, Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore G. Meiners Jr., Dedham, a daughter, Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Halbur, Breda, a son, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Woolsey, Carroll, a son, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Zimmer, Vail, a son, Monday. DAY IN Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Reiff, Chillicothe, Mo., a son, Sunday. Mrs. Reiff is the former Ella Mae Ricke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ricke, Carroll. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reiff of Mt. Carmel. The baby has one sister.. , 1.322 pound steers brought $28.25, the practical top. (USDA) — Salable hogs 8,500; moderately active, weak to mostly 25 lower on butchers; sows fairly active, generally steady to weak; instances steady to 25 lower; No. 2-3 200-290 lb 21.25-25.75; around 225 lb mostly No. 1 205-215 lb 22.00; larger lots mixed grades 325-400 lb sows 19.00-20.50. Salable cattle 19,000; calves 300; steers mostly steady to weak; few sales 25 to 50 lower; heifers mostly steady to weak; cows weak to 50 lower; bulls weak to 50 lower; vealers mostly steady; stocker and feeders about steady at last week's decline; loads of prime 1332 lb steers at 28.25; other high choice and prime steers 26.00-28.00; bulk choice steers 24.50-25.75; few loads prime heifers and high choice and mixed yearlings 25.00-26.00; good to high choice heifers 24.00-24.25; utility and commercial cows 13.0016.00; early sales utility and commercial bulls 16.00-18.00; good and choice vealers 21.00-25.00; several loads 475-525 lb short yearling stocker steers 22.50. Salable sheep 1,500; moderately active, spring lambs and yearling lambs steady to strong; slaughter ewes steady; good to prime spring lambs 86-91 lb 22.50-25.00. Chicago Grain These Markets are Furnished hy the Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Close Sp 3 and Mrs. Wayne Heithoff, a son July 18, at the 97th General Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany. The baby has a brother Danny Joe. Mrs. Heithoff is the former Marilyn Grossman, daughter of Bernard Grossman of Carroll. Mr. Heithoff is a son of Ed Heithoff of Templeton. WHEAT Sept. Dec. March May CORN Sept. Dec. March May OATS Sept. Dee. March May High Low Close 316% 315 ^ 216 216 M, 220% 319>4 220 220Vi 221% 220% 221i.i 215% 214% 215'4 215# 133 132 \i 132Vi 127ft 131 134 66* 68% 70 % 70% SOV BEANS ~ ' 244 Carroll Markets CARROLL WEDNESDAY JULY GRAIN Soybeans, No. 3 .._ Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats .. $2.19 „_ 1.25 .57 Sept. Nov. 238 341% Jan. LARD Sept. 13.60 Oct. 13.75 Dec. 13.80 126 % 130 % 133% 64% 67% 70 * 70% 241 235 238% 13.25 .13.42 13.47 127i,i 131 >4 134 65 65 % 68 H 68 Vi 70 Vi 243 li 243 V. 237 U 2374 2411,4 13.57 13.72 13.80 215 215 >i, 219 U 219 U 220% 220 'i 214 U 214% 133 >i 133% 127 T, 132'i 134% 65 H 68% 71 70 % 70% 242 % 242 4 2364 236*? 2401.4 13.37 13.57 13.60 Light Vote Is Forecast In Wisconsin MADISON, Wis. (A-Less than'*' half million voters, or about 24 per cent of those eligible, are expected to go to the^ polls Tuesday in Wisconsin's special primary that will climax brief campaigning by riine candidates for the* remainder of the U. S. Senate terra of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis). The record of the controversial senator, who died May 2, has been only a minor issue in the campaigns of the two Democrats and seven Republicans seeking nomination in the primary that will select party candidates. The special election to name McCarthy's successor will be held Aug. 27. The term expires January of 1959. The campaigning for the vacant seat began June 3 when Republican Gov. Vernon Thomson announced the special election, The major issue in the campaigning, both among the Republicans and the Democrats, has been the administration of President Eisenhower. The Democrats have concentrated their criticisms on domestic policies, especially those dealing with economy, while the so-called "modern Republicanism" of the President has become an issue involving several of the GOP Candidates. Could Test Ike Policies Four of the Republican candidates are given a chance to win the nomination, but two of them, former Gov. Walter Kohler and former Rep. Glenn Davis, are rated as favorites. Their personal contest for the Republican nod could provide the test of policies of the administration. Kohler, 53, who served three terms as governor, has been the only candidate to give unqualified support in his campaign to the administration, which he says "will not turn back the clock on genuine social advances." Davis, 41, who served 10 years in the House, has found some fault with the administration, especially on foreign policy and foreign aid. Davis gave up his House seat last year to campaign with party endorsement for th? GOP nomination against Sen. Alexander Wiley. In this campaign, the party did not vote endorsement which provides organization and financial support. Also given a chance of getting the GOP nomination are Lt. Gov. Warren Knowles, 48, and Rep. Alvin O'Konski, 52. Large Following O'Konski, often outside the party in congressional voting, has a large personal following in the northern part of the state and has been bidding strongly for the vote of independents in a vigorous and well advertised campaign throughout the state. Knowles, who spent 17 years in the State Senate before becoming lieutenant governor three years ago, has criticized the administration mildly for it's spending programs. Knowles and Davis picked up some of the support that had helped constitute the McCarthy bloc, which has not been a factor in the campaigning. Another share of the late senator's support bos gone to State Sen. Gerald Lorge, 34, whose slogan has been "Elect Another Fighting Marine." From McCarthy's home county, Lorge has campaigned to "stop the one world idea of spending our money in foreign countries and giving away our freedom." ' 1* V (ONE DAY ONLY) Don't miss the fun and excitement and tha krazy bargains iff Carroll on Wednesday, July 31. When you see the hot prices, you will think the merchant* in Carroll have gone krazy with the heat. The fellow that really was krazy was the buyer last year... he bought too much of one item ... not enough of another. . . the wrong sizes and the wrong colors. QJ >HT W$S CAT & DOG DAY IN C/\RROLt.. It will pay you to be in Carroll early, as everything will be sold on first come, first served basis. Don't be alarmed if you see tables and racks of merchandise set up on the sidewalks, because that is the way some of the merchants are planning to show this stuff. They're just plain tired of looking at it in their stores. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (A-Butcher hogs and sows sold weak to 25 cents lower in moderate to fairly active trad-j ing Monday. 1 Butchers grading No. 2 and 3 and scaling 200 to 290 pounds: brought $21.25 to $21.75 with most weights up to 240 pounds $21.75. j Slaughter steers, were down 25 to 50 cents. Several loads of prime j Rites Tuesday for 2 Killed in Fiery Crash DAVENPORT (*»—Double serv-, ices will be conducted Tuesday morning for a young Davenport couple killed Saturday night when; a truck rolled backward out of control down a steep hill' here. Killed in the fiery crash were | Donna Bowe, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bowe, and Francis Leonard Jr., 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Leonard. The accident occurred about a half- block from Miss Bowe's house shortly after the couple had left! there on a date. They were trapped in the cab of the truck when it smashed into a tree and burst Into flames. A wit* ness said he heard an explosion simultaneously with the crash. BREAKS LEG Mary Frances Bruner, 2-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert S. Bruner, broke her left leg when she fell from a slide in the playground at Graham Park, Saturday night* She was taken to St, Anthony Hospital at 8:30 p.m. < HANNASCH suns VALU Dig These Krazy, Ridickless Low Prices on New Red Pontiac POTATOES _ DON'T MISS THIS TERRIFIC BUY ON NEW POTATOES Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wllle and children, Sue, Scott, Jim and Lynne, and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Kloser and daughters, Katby and Mary Beth, returned Sunday from Neat UkcMinni; where they had vacationed at the North Shore resort since Thursday. Another truck load ef these nice rtd ripe mel- •4. Buy several todsv. 69c PtICIt IFFICTIVf WHICH SUPPLY LASTS

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