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July 30, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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No Bonus for Koreon Vets Before 1958 DES MOINES UrV-From 80 to 900 letters a day are coming in from Iowa veterans of the Korean War asking about prospects for receiving a bonus, the Iowa World War n Bonus Division said Monday. "There is little hope for any payment in 1957," Ray J. Kauffman, division administrator, said he is telling the writers "At best the payments cannot be expected before some time in 1958." Kauffman said most of the letters are coming from Iowans in the armed forces in California, and former lowans who served in the Korean War but now are liv ing as civilians in California. After a steady flow of similar letters, the volume spurted to the present proportions after the question of the constitutionality of the bonus act was appealed to the Iowa Supreme Court recently. Kauffman said he is replying to the ietters by saying also that the case probably will be submitted to the court in September, and a ruling cannot be expected before the middle of October at the earliest. If the court upholds the act, there still are two other hurdles Bonds must be sold and adminis trative arrangements made. The 1955 Legislature and the voters in 1956 approved a 26 million dollar bonus for about 90,000 veterans. «« l ll^U'iJH,' me Book Sheds New Light on Roaring 20s Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, July 30, 1957 MALAYAN RULER? . . . Be- medaled Sultan of Negri Sem- bilan Is expected to be chosen as first Paramount Ruler of Independent Malaya. The select- Ion of the chief of state for the Federation of Malaya will be made on Aug. 3.' INJURED IN FALL (Times Herald New* Servlee) SCRANTON - Mrs. Gardner HV'e always on the edge of ecstasy. Rules Broken It was a time when, people tried to cure their own self-doubts by mumbling the message of Emile By HAL BOYLE Coue> a - F^nch rjeace-of-mind NEW YORK There are salesman: "Day by day in every two periods in our history about way „ \I" getting better and bet- which Americans are incurably ter - That was the national, as romantic - the Gay Nineties and w « l as ,, tne . individual credo the Roaring Twenties. ''Everything is getting better and better.' And things did keep get- Time has removed, from the t ing better-until they fell apart earthly scene mcst of those old a n a t 0 nce •host v«,« T fho rricthnllr ment ' ° f P erS °" al freed ° m - W " e " those years of the Grasshopper m r ... . . ruIe _ between the end of the first world e . hwerr * 1o8 " 11 *L v' l e war and the beginning of the freat JJJJ* rules Were made t0 be depression — the so-called Jazz " ' L . , . Age. And at the first tinkling notes tt wa /» a j> me , ol « r _ Rat1 her ?^7 of an old Irving Berlin tune, many Gertrude Ederle, Charles Lind- wiil drop nostalgic tears in their ber Sh. Jack Dempsey Babe Ruth beer Bobby Jones, Bill Tilden, Red Revived Interest $™*£ n C,are " ce DarroW ' H ' h ' There has been a great revival; And jt ' wa , „ Hme „ f terrible of interest in the Jazz,Age, andj b including such gangster many of todays serious, security-! trv „ A1 fsearface) Capone minded young people are inclined « nd butch SchuUz to ask rather crossly, "just what • , ,. . t< was so wonderful about it any- ?t was a time when he flapper wa y>" tried to prove she could do anything a man couid — but actually, What they missed is movingly; succeeded only in being the worst- j told in "The Lawless Decade," by:dressed woman in the history of Paul Sann, executive editor of the; mankind New York Post, and George Horn-| The symbol of the Jaa Age was by, a big bountiful prose and pic- !a lonely trumpet st , me ring in a 6 Undecided Senators Hold Fate, of. Civil Rights Trial Amendment: STATIONED IN ALASKA . . . Pvt. Andrew E. Petersen Is now stationed at Fort Greeley, Alaska. Pvt. Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emll Petersen of Carroll, Route 1, has been in the army since Feb. 11, 1957. His address Is Pvt. Andrew E. Petersen, U.S. 55592857, U. 8. Army Arctic Test Board, APO 73S, Seattle, Washington. By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (*)-A half dozen undecided senators were reported today to hold the fate of the proposed jury trial amendment to the administration's civil rights bill. An intense struggle behind the scenes to enlist this small, undecided bloc was paralleled by effort* of the amendment's opponents and its supporters to marshal their full strength when a showdown vote comes — possibly not for several days. Win Praise As an indication of the uncertainty about the outcome, a coalition of the civil rights bill's backers won a promise from Sen. Payne (R-Maine), who has been, ill in Maine, to fly to Washington to cast his vote against the jury trial proposal Fey is suffering from a badly , r _ sprained wrist and hand which | torial sfl g a of the era of prohibited j sm oke-filled speakeasy. The word she sustained in a fall from the 1 booze and the uninhibited flapper. itnat describes it best is probably Sheridan 4-H Club Holds Its Local Show Chairman of the Senate Republi-i can Policy Committee, has made) no public commitment on, the juryj trial proposal. Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas, the Democratic leader, said he hopes to get the Senate to lay aside the civil rights bill temporarily to work on other unfinished business. Senators O'Mahoney (D-Wyo), Kefauver (D-Tenn) and Church *D-ldaho) have proposed a civil rights bill amendment which would provide for jury trials in criminal contempt cases growing out of alleged interference with voting rights. It is broad enough to guarantee such trials for defendants in any type of case in which a court intends to punish a defendant who On the other hand, supporters j originally violated^ its order even of the amendment hoped that Sen. ' ' ' • Bridges <R-NH>, who has been recuperating in New Hampshire from an illness, might be well enough to be on hand and might cast his vole with them. Bridges, if he later signified he would com ply with the decision. Sen. Knowland (R-Calif) listed it- Sen. Eastland (D-MIs*?, porting the amendment - as « means of diluting the over-all an* thority of the civil righto bill, pre-, dieted "an extremely close vote'* on the issue; : , Because the situation was so uncertain, neither side was willing to name publicly members they, regard as undecided. Sen. Javits (R -NY) called ' on supporters of the bill to "stand fast and tell our opponents we will retreat no more — that we will stand united against further parliamentary gimmicks to split us up" Sen. Clark <D-Pa! said he had not been able to find any labor; leaders who were backing the j amendment, despite Johnson's contention last week that unioi. [chieftains were behind the I O'Mahoney-Kefauver-Church pro- j posal. j Clark said that while he had President Eisenhower as opposed I thought he might support some to insertion of this clause in the j form of amendment, he now plans bill. ' to vote- against it. steps at her home. It was the heyday of a genera-1 "excess." tion which sometimes liked to call j It was a time when anyone who In its earlier years Detroit was'itself lost - and finally did get! didn't plunge in Wall Street was proclaimed as "The Constantino-!lost — but really merely liked to;a_sissy. And it all came to an end pie of the Western World." I burn the candle at. both ends, and CAT & DOG DAY SPECIALS We're "on the fence" with these items but, if you "point" yourself to Coost-to- • Coastyou'll find some whop' ping good buys. The Sheridan Go-Getters 4-H Club held their local achievement show Wednesday night in the basement of the Lutheran school at Lidderdale. Judges were Mrs. Har- after the October panic of 1*929°'<1 Smith and Mrs Frank West, started selling waves that wiped; The girls opened their program out 30 billion dollars in paper' wth smging Their leaders values. The depression j hangover that followed. was the If you feel dog tired at night, just prop your feet HASSOCKS mrm ~~ w» • ' b jj t we »u be nappy to un i oa( j the 2 we have for THIS! ARE APPLE SHAPED BUT WE CAN'T EAT 'EM up one one of these. They sold before for $9.95, tilo $1.99 VACUUM CLEANERS Here are a couple of floor models that we've been kicking around long enuf. One fs a cannister type, was $50.95. But for two hoots, a holler and $37.77 You can take it home complete with attachments. The other is an upright Westinghouse that's a downright good buy. Reg. $79.95, but if you'll take it home now it's yours for only $48.88 v SEE OUR TABLE OF CATS AND DOGS ON THE SIDEWALK WEDNESDAY. LOTS OF 1 AND 2 OF A KIND ITEMS AT SILLY PRICES! Buyer's Boo Boo Our buyer must have thought we were going to outfit the whole U.S. Navy for summer cruises for congressmen. We've got a boatload of oak frame reclining lawn chairs (deck chairs). You wouldn't take enough of them at $3.39. Henry Linduskis Are Hosts at Steak Fry WESTSIDE - Mr. and M r s. Henry Linduski were hosts aL a I potluck steak fry and garden party Following the evening supper, the guests played bridge. At cards, Mrs. Harry Maxwell and Ray Johnson received high score prt7 .es. Mrs. Herman Vetter entertained the Melba Bridge Club in her Mrs Marvin Boell and Mrs. George Dewey, and Miss Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist, then were introduced. A. L. Daenzer played the piano. The club's junior demonstration team for the Four-County Fair, consisting of Louann Ludwig and Mary Ann Roth, presented their demonstration of "Making a Pillow Top" while the senior team composed of Donna Faye Stoolman and Nadine Fleshner was seen in their demonstration of "Waste Basket Beauty." Refreshments were served by 4-H girls after the program to club members and guests. a home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Vetter received tke high score and Some 9'A million Chinese died ; Mrs. Henry .lessen, second high, from famine in the year 1877-78 Mrs. Vetter served refreshments ' ————————— In two weeks, Mrs. Emma Camp bell will be the hostess. Mrs. Henry Lunduski was a guest at a breakfast party in the R. F. Brandt, home at Denison i Friday morning. The party was in | hon- r of Mrs. Clifford Novinger's ! birthday. KATZ n DAWGS Krasy mixed up bargains you'll find outside the store come' tomorrow mornin'. Handbags ....... $1.00 Some of these would probably make better saddle bags, § hut we're not horsing around. Odds & Ends of Lingerie & Brassieres Good for Laughs if Nothing Kit*. At This Price Though It's No Laughing Mattor Slightly soiled but good enough at just Knit Suits A Few Dresses oiled but goo $2.98 fijwjuykb/iL trig We're in a daze. These ar« regular $40 knit suits — but who wants a knit suit during this warm weather? If you want one . . . the price is upside down in tha box at left. Who'll Bid $2. Coast-to-Coast Store MAKES THEM JUMP Jumping beans are so-called because a small moth infests the plant and its larvae-spinning cocoons within the seeds give them the familiar movement, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. CONGRESSMAN ADAMS After his term as president of the United States. John Quincy Adams served in the House of Representatives from 1831 to 1848. "it FURNITURE 5*^ CHECK THESE BARGAINS FOR BETTER BUYS IN FURNITURE * Living Room Suites * Wat NOW We. Corner Sectional in Brown ......$249.50 $1*9.50 2-Pc. Green Flexsteel Living Room Suite $334.75 $219.M 2-Pc. Sectional in Turquoise or Toast $109.95 $ S9.M 2-Pc. Living Room Suite in Red Loop Frieze $179.95 $WM Biege 2-Pc. Living Room Suite.. _ $209.50 $159.50 * Dining Room Sets * Was NOW Blonde Walnut Dining Room Set. Plastic Leaf Table, 4 Chairs, and China. $299.50 $219.95 Solid Birch Table and 4 Chairs. $ 79.95 $ 39.95 * Carpet Deportment _* *Wat NOW Best Buy. 100% Wool Beige Tweed, sq. yd „ $9.95 $ 7.95 Green Wilton Broadloom, sq. yd...... $9.95 $ 6.95 Pale Blue Cotton Carpet. Mill Second, sq. yd $ 3.00 9x12 Rugs — - $49.95 9x12 Rugs and Pad _ .!.„. — ,,$54,95 I i i ———• syss^———s—— i i * Lamps * s.u Pries Special for this August Sale. Deena Table ^amps. Regular $8.95 : i $ S .95 Rembbrandt Floor and Bridge Lamps. Regular $59.90 Set," Both for '. , $29.95 Many Floor and Table Lamps Reduced up to J...M Price * Bedding * $139.50 Foam Rubber Set : 837 Coil Box'Spring.and. Mattress. Reg. $139.50. Rollaway Bed r — Studio Couch Sale Price $99.95 „»79.96 ..$27.95 * Bedroom Suites * Wat NOW Blond Ash Dresser, Chest and Bookcase Bed $159.50 $129,50 Walnut Mr. and Mrs, Dresser, Chest and Panel Bed ...$169.50 $139.50 Bunk Bed $ 49.50 $ 35,00 PENNEYB JOIN THE PARADE FOR BARGAINS! WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 CAT and DOG DAY! HURRY IN! SAVE Women's & Children's Summer Shoes $0 * Kitchen Sets * War NOW -.. $ 99.50 $ 69.95 $119.50 $ 79.95 _.$ 79.50 $ 49.50 Giant Large Set. Table and' 6 Chairs L $149.50 $ 99.95 5-Pc. Chrome Dinette in Grey and Red.. 5-Pc. Pink Dinette Set 5-Pc. Small Drop Leaf Dinette Set „„. * Linoleum Department * Sale Prka Linoleum Tile. Discontinued Patterns. Large Selection. For This Sale, each ~ . 10e Inlaid Linoleum, Reg. $3.25 sq. yd. One Roll $ 1 .89 9x12 Linoleum Rugs _ — — ' 12-ft. Print Linoleum, sq. yd - - * Occasional Pieces * Sale ' v Price Hassocks, Reg. $4.95 . * Ashaway Smokers. Reg. $7.95 • — * One Odd French Provincial Bed. Reg. $59.50 $29.50 Quality High Back Rocker .4. -•- * M - 50 Cavalier Stowaway. Reg, $59,50.— - — $44.50 Plant Stand. Reg. $7.95 — * Tub Chairs for the Lawn. Reg, $8.95 — % Lloyd Lawn Chairs. Reg. $12.95 _ — W-N mm WLTONS FURNITURE Carroll, Iowa Real bargains. So hurry. Women's Sun Bock Cotton Dresses Only a few left it thl* low prlet. ]88 Women's Summer Millinery Reduced to tell quick. 33« Sub-Teen Shorts Hurry. You'll want leveral of these. Sub-Teen Jomoico Shorts Greatly reduced to tell quick. l 50 Misses Terry Cloth Beach Jackets Only S left, so hurry. Bargains! Misses Mid-Calf Pants Printed and Plain. Good selection. *1 Women's Sleeveless Blouses Terrific Buys. While they last. I 50 Girls' Ploy Shorts These wUl sell fast. Hurry! 2 Per • Reduced to Clear! MSN'S SPORT SHIRTS 1«22 Short sleeve sport shirts m many kinds of materials. Bargains. BARGAINS! WOMIN'S SUMMER JEWELRY For s 1 Wonderful selection of jewelry. You'll appreciate the values. Final Clearance! MSN'S SUMMER PANTS 277 Butcher weave rayon summer psnts. Cool and comfortable. Values! Priced to Clear! •0Yr SPORT SHIRTS Short sleeve sport shirts. Just right for school wear. Buy sev era! now. REAL BUYS! NATION-WIDE SHEETS 1.68 31x99 bleached sheets, up now. Save! Stock REAL BARGAINS! WOMIN'f A SUB-TIIN SUMMER DRESSES $ 2 Don't miss these bargains. Most all sizes. So hurry! BARGAINS! BOYS' SUMMER PANTS S 2 Butcher weave rayon pante. Greatly reduced to sell quick. Save. Terrific Values! WOMIN'S PRINTED SMOCKS '1 Outstanding buys. Don't miff them. Greatly reduced. BARGAIN BUYS! Men's Summer Cops Not all sUes but bargains. 50* 1 Boys' Summer Cops Reduced to sell fast. 50' 1 Men's Faded Denim Pants Real comfort add a savings. 222 1 Men's White Handkerchiefs 1A A real value any day. ' " $ 1 1 Mr S • Boys' Summer Shorts O Sizes * to 10. Real values $ 1 1 Per • |vV- Boys' Swim Trunks Only a few left at this low price. Men's Swim Trunks Reduced lo sell quick. 88* 11 Men's & Boys' Buckle Back Caps A Terrific bar«ain. Hurry, Men's Sport Coats Men! Don't nits thik bargain.

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