Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 13, 1957 · Page 11
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD 0# THANK* to »jroi_t_ over M wordE. MM M oar word eolt eiAMifiie oitr>LAY Ino.h tn» Uyi token until iO a.m. JM of pubUeaUon except Saturday and 8 a. ta. on Saturday. ftefultr cli_- •Med tfllJiSO a. m.{Saturday. 11 a. m, Monday through rrlday. etAMIPlID CASH WITH OROIt On* day, par word- 6 cents Two days, par word______ t canto Throa J dayi. par word .12 canto four days, per word__ — _14 canto five days, pur wo'd_______l j ee«5 Six dayi. per word Announetmentt canto OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience. Andy Balk Men's Wear, 6-180-tfc SHOP AND SAVE NOW ! ! ! ! August Furniture Sale now on at Knowlton's Furniture! 6-l78-l2tc WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio - including car radios; day or night. All work guaranteed. Dial 9613 Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tfc SCHOOL DAYS ARE NOT TOO far away. Let us help you get their clothes ready. Alterations and repairs of any kind, and we also make Drapes. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 8-184-tfc Busfflett Services 14 3-HOtJR CLEANING AND PRESS- ing service at HR Cleaners, where your clothes' are always 20% cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-184-tfc RADIATOR REPAIRING, RE- 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. 14-106-18tc FOR INTERIOR DECORATING, spray and brush painting, call 2443 after 6 o'clock. Or see Richard Luchtel at 327 So. Walnut. 14-189-6tc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service/ New location across street west of Safsway. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc VACATION? . . . PACK UP AND go with your clothes dry cleaned to new freshness! Phone 3852. Thompson Cleaners. 14-160-ltc Situation Wanted 24 For Rent WANTED: BA|Y SITTING EVE- nlngsrby experienced baby sit* ter. Phone 2931. Sandra Boell. Saleswoman Wanted 26 FOR Wanted to Rent WANTED: SALESLADY IN DRUG store. Write Bon F, e/o Dally Times Herald. 26-18-3tc WANTED TO RENT: FURNISHED apt. or small house. Phone 2581. 58-189-3t.c SALESLADY WANTED: FOR Paint and Wallpaper Store. Must be middleaged. Steady work. Apply in person at the Davis Paint Store. 36-189-3tc ROOM FOR RENT. Farm Products 31 Houses for Sale FOR*SALE: 100 LEGHORN PUL-f lets. 3 months old. Phone 6F4, Lidderdale. 3l-189-2tp Hateheries 32 NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs; For a Free Estimate, Dial 2592. Gambles. 14-86-tfc INSURANCE WHEN YOU NEED it—Let us group your premiums under one easy monthly payment plan. Kratoska Insurance. Lost 7 HOME MODERNIZATION. WHE- ther your 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-l89-6tc LOST: SALESMAN'S NOTEBOOK, containing price lists and prospect names. Reward. Ph. 3707. ^^^^^^ Personal 9 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Debts incurred by Pear} Stokes of 927 N. Crawford will not be paid unless authorized by her legal guardians: Romian B. Boes, Guardian. James L. Conley, Guardian. 9-189-3tp IF YOU WANT TO DRINK THAT'S your business. If you want to quit, that's ours. Write Box 262. Carroll, Iowa. 9-187-ltc Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes. Community Loan Service, Carroll and Denison. i2-304-2tc LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc FEDERAL LANS BANK LOANS _0 See Phil Dennis Treaa. National Farm Loan Association Over Woolwortb'a — Carroll Business Services 14 BSE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-182-tfc LATEX "22" WALL PAINT, quick drying, glare-free finish in latest decorator colors. Wash able. Use on all interior surfaces $3.98 gal. $1.35 quart. Davis Paint Store. 14-183-tfc PICNIC TABLES $15.00 CALL US for quick delivery. Carroll Lumber Co. 14-174-tfc SAVE! SAVE! ONSPORTS equipment. Giant sale now on at The Uptown Club. Up to 50% off on golf, tennis, baseball, and fishing equipment. 14-173-tfc WHEN YOU PAINT UP, MAKE Keenan Paint Store your headquarters. Benjamin Moore paints and paint supplies of all kinds. Let us help you. Joe Dalhoft, owner. 14-96-Uc We Fix It 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-187-6tc Where To Go 17 RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties "one 4180. 17-149-ltc Good Things to Eat 18 FOR SALE: PICKLES. PHONE 3483. 18-189-3tc NO 'PRE COOKED' CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-1tc DELICIOUS LOBSTER TAILS!!! at Club 30. 18-149-lte Special "Homemade" ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperoni, Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Minutes. PAULINE'S CAFE 18-188-5tc WE HAVE 10 AND 15 HOLE nests, reasonably priced, also nest pads and other poultry equipment. Kruse Hatchery, West on ^0. 32-187-5tc NEW 3-BDRM. HOME WITH birch and mahogany finish throughout. Beautiful tiled bath with enclosed shower stall. Full walk-out basement with finished recreation room. $2,700 will handle. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-189-2tc Farm Machinery 33 HAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN- vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest in new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-180-tfc MODERN, S-ROOM HOUSE. DIAL 3273. 64-190-3tC FOR RENT: HAY CONDITION- er; cuts curing time in half; improves palatabllity; faster drying; low per acre rental fee. Schenkelberg. Implt. 33-l89-6tc FOR RENT: COTTAGE NORTH of Hotel Burke,,furnished, available at once. Inquire Robert A. Wright ^ _ n ^,.^_ njw ^ 1 j !g ^c Apartment for Rent 65 Livestock for Sale 41 LANDRACE BOARS: LITTER mates and others to our Boars that sold at the Boar Testing Station. Edward P. Brincks. 2 East and 4 South of Carroll. 41-189-6tp Household Goods 51 LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-tfc AIR-WAY SANITIZOR VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Richard Rutten. Dial 3001, Carroll. 51-175-tfc GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc ELECTRIC STOVE, LIKE NEW. Piano with bench. Dial 4138. 51-188-3tc FOR SALE: ANTIQUE CHEVAL mirror and walnut settee, re finished. Call 2202. 51-189-3tc SHOP AND SAVE NOW ! ! ! ! August Furniture Sale now on at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-178-12tc Male Help Wanted 21 MAN WANTED FOR PLANT work. Carroll Creamery Co. 21-190-3tC FIVE GOOD, CLEAN USED electric ranges. $40.00 to $135.00 Heires Electric. 51-184-tfc KEEP COOL IN SUMMER—KEEP warm in winter—Insulate your attic now. Do-it-yourself. Free estimates. Carroll Lumber Co 51-174-tfc EXPERIENCED MECHANIC — Top wages, vacation with pay. Modern shop including all special tools, 2 twin post hoists. Wittrock's. Call or see Mike Wit- Female Help Wanted 22 LADY NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing .Home. Phone 2886. 22-178-tfc LADY WANTED FOR PERMA- nent position clerking. Apply in person at Waters Department Store. , 22-187-tfc WAITRESS WANTED: APPLY IN persons, no Sundays. Coffee Shop. 22-189-tfc WANTED: FULL TIME BOOK- keeper. Dial 3612. 22-189-3tc WANTED: PART-TIME SALES- lady in ready-to-wear. Write Box M, e/o Times Herald. 22-190-3tc WANTED: UPSTAIRS STAFF. Hotel Burke. Robert Wright. 22-190-3tc CARPET'S A FRIGHT? MAKE them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. It's marvelous. Matt Furniture Co. 51-190-ltc FOR SALE: SINGER ELECTRIC sewing machine complete with attachments and new guaran tee, for 5 payments of $6.84 a month to responsible party in this vicinity, or will discount for cash. Write Credit Mgr., 309 So. 24th St., Omaha, Nebraska. 51-190-ltc FOR SALE: BABY BED AND piano. Dial 3329. 51-190-3tc 53 Wanted to Buy WANTED: USED STANDARD typewriter. Phone 3120. 53-189-3tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187,tfc FOR SALE: OIL FLOOR FUR nace, pipes and barrels. Good condition. Phone 9790. 55-189-2tc 56 Office Supplies BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us 'fill- your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc HOULIHAN NEEDS YOUR USED CAR NOW! Biggest Trade-in Deals In History in Mercury's ^0,000,000 TRADE PARADE Come in and Let Us Prove That Your Car Is Worth More Than Ever Before on a BIG M. At the Friendly Irishman 's 57 RENT: OFFICE SPACE, first floor, central location. Dial 3819. 57 -185-etC 58 Room for Rent 60 DIAL 9811, 60-185-6tc 63 ROOM HOUSE ON FULL LOT. Phone 9523. 63-190-ltp Houses for Rent 64 Probe- (Continued from Page 1) Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, Aufl. 13, 1957 11 APT. FOR RENT AT 209 N. Clark. Call 9607. 65-180-tfc ROOMS AND BATH. CHEAP rent. See Lawrence Boyce. Dial 9352 . 65-190-3tc ROOMY TWO-BEDROOM APT., first floor. Located close in. Immediate possession. Dial 9342. 65-189-3tc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. Me- Nabb Building. Dial 3680. s 65-219-tfc TWO BEDROOM APT., SOUTH side in Carroll, very nice, heat, water and TV reception furnished. Available Aug. 15. Phone 3 on 27, Arcadia. 65-184-tfc 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 33 FT. MODERN, FURNISHED trailer. Graham Trailer Court, Dial 4122. 85-183.tfc Farms for Sale 67 400 ACRE FARM, BEST PAYING farm we have. Twp quarter sections, above average improvements. Frank Hoffmann. Phone 2210. 67-187-tfc FOR SALE: 160 ACRE POCAHON- tas County farm located on paving 2 miles from town. 100% tillable. For a quick sale, this week the owner will sell at a sacrifice price of $235 per acre. John Gnam Real Estate. Used Cars & Trucks 71 from the sale of a union-owned government bond ended up as an investment in a firm in which Doria had a $25,000 financial stake. Doria insisted the union lost nothing on this deal, As to how he handled union money, Doria said he never made a financial report to the union members, because the AIW constitution required only a report to the union's president, Earl Heaton, who recently stepped down from the post. Chairman McClellan (D-Ark) remarked "It's a lame constitution if that's all it provides." "Tell that to the members," Doria hotly retorted. "I made an accounting to all that the constitution-required," he said, and added that in this case "all" meant Heaton. Doria said Heaton was the only person who knew that he (Doria) had the box of cash at union headquarters, hidden under a heap of papers on a shelf in a room adjoining Doria's. Doria said he saw "no object in me instituting a more costly procedure" that would let the members know about the money and how it was spent. 'Plain Silly' "You know that's plain silly," McClellan snapped. "And everyone else knows it." The committee heard testimony Monday that money he received by cashier's check for one of the local union's bonds turned up as an investment in a business in which Doria was interested. He contended it was all part of an elaborate check cashing scheme. He insisted that the union lost nothing, and that he never used union money for his personal benefit. The committee called his explanations unsatisfactory, and subpoenaed all his personal financial records. It seized those he had with him to provide a basis for further questioning. Doria, a 238-pound fast-talking friend of New York racketeer Johnny Dio, provided a sharp contrast to Dio and some other witnesses the committee has heard. They said little, pleading the Fifth Amendment's protection against self-incrimination. Doria talked volubly, both about himself and abou Dio, whom he pictured as the victim of a "cruel society." Dio "was imbued with the spirit of the union movement," Doria said, and wanted to go straight. But because of a previous criminal record, Doria said, Dio was forced out of the labor movement. The committee contends Dio used his position as New York boss of the UAW to infiltrate his henchmen into New York Steam property of the International union when the local went out of business. Bellino said the bond was cashed for $0,690 in 1954, with Doria endorsing it as secretary of Local 110, a poet he said Doria did not hold'. Bellino said he found that a cashier's check for $9,620, made out to Doria by a bank the same day, had been deposited to the account of International Procurement Enterprises. Doria told of having a $25,000 financial interest in the firm, which he said did aerial mapping for the government. Doria swore he never used union money for his own benefit. He said the $9,620 deposited with the mapping firm was the result of a complicated check cashing deal in which the union lost nothing. Doria contended his own troubles and those of Dio, whom he called his friend, stemmed from disputes with George Meany and David Dubinsky, now top officials in the AFL-CIO. Doria said President Meany and Dubinsky, a member of the AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Committee, want to oust him because he opposed solicitation of voluntary contributions from union members for political campaign use. The Doily Record FIRE CALL Wernlmont Building The Carroll Fire department was summoned to the Wernlmont Building, west on Highway 30, about 2:30 p.m. Monday when sparks from a welding torch Ignited some loose boards neai the building's oil storage tanks The flame was extinguished by workmen before the fire department arrived, and damage was said to have been negligible. 1 ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. Donald W. Eason, Scranton. ..lary Agnes Louis, Carroll. Leet Peebles, Lake City. Mrs. Florence Bowman, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Mary E. Miller, Coon Rapids. Mrs. John E. Judy, Denlson, John F. Lind, Glidden. Michael A. Traner, Carroll. Liquor- (Continued from Page 1) • Farm Census (Continued from Page 1) 1954 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 4-DR. Heater, radio, Powerflite, white sidewall tubeless puncture seal tires, real sharp. 1954 Buick Century 4-dr., heater, radio, low mileage. Wittrock Motors. 71-186-tfc were 21,257 for 1955 and 25,386 in 1956. Total hay acres in 1956 were 30,051 compared with 42,723 and pasture acres 70,212 compared with 72,276. The number of grain fed cattle marketed dropped from 35,995 to 31,048 while sheep and lambs dropped for 3,234 to 2,620. Hens and pullets of laying age on hand in 1957 were' 302,935 compared with 201,971. More Machines Power machines on farms continued to increase in number, except for cornplekers. Comparative figures are—tractorr, 3,134 on January 1, 1957 compared with 3,107 the year before; grain combines 865 compared with 803; cornplekers 1,201 compared with 1,172; pick up hay balers 330 compared with 278; and motor trucks 551 compared with 422. Civil Rights(Continued from Page 1) where they are separated by 20 to 36 miles." Burris related that there have been requests for opening stores at Mount Pleasant and Washington, neither of which have ever had a store, because of local objections. He added that there also is interest In opening a store at Lake Park. Burris indicated that if any more new stores are opened, others would be closed to keep the total at 180. Referring to objections against stores in some communities, Burris commented: "Times change. People are becoming more progressive in their thinking. Industry and labor are coming into Iowa more and more, and there probably will be a continued demand for new stores." roll, i ^ v V«w£* * t 4«Jk ifecKci Dismissals- |" vf Jf ^g Mrs. LawrinC* Klocke and hattyl Gray. . " }U:. • Mrs. Robert Ankenbauer,/;D r e></\. : j, ham.- ....=-^^,.- J ,,rf Stephen T. Mattes, Carroll. - 1 ..m Lyle D. Ford, Rt. 3, Carroll. ,J $: Mrs. Wayne, L. • RannlngjerTiindl^ir^ baby. Manning. • - .w'?^ "' v Mrs. Eugene J. Buelt and baby," Carroll. i Mrs. C. Everett Bliss, Carroll.- Norman. P. Meisheld, Dedham. : Mrs. Ambrose Schaefer, Breda, v Mrs. Wayne E. Hunt and baby* Glidden. Anthony Way, Wall Lake. Mrs. Joseph Espenhover and baby, Westside. Gene Alan Prince, Carroll. Joseph B. Herbers, Halbur. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Bram* hall, Carroll, a son, Tuesday. (Tlratt Stomld Kiw* ServtM) WALL LAKE - Lt. and Mrs. Wally Duffy, Harlingen, Tex., a daughter, Deborah Marie, July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duffy of Odebolt and Mrs. Marie McLaughlin of Wall Lake are the grandparents. \ Mrs. Duffy Is the former Patricia McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Reiter, a son August 7 at the Manning Hospital. They also have a daughter. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Reiter and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eaton. (Tim** Herald Newi Service) AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frita, Des Moines, a daughter August 10 in the Iowa Methodist Hospital. Grandparents are the Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Fritz of Clarlnda and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilson of Auburn. Mrs. Frita is the former Marian Wilson, Safety(Continued from Page 1) ••cuvmiiQii mm new i urn aioflm-1 rather expressing his own, Martin sters locals to the detriment of said !t would . be "infinitely better" both dues paying union members t0 de * er > ction on the civil rights and employers. k " ' A ~~ i c — 1 Explores Charges The committee in its public The House GOP leader said it hearings is exploring charges by might be well to let the whole Chairman McClellan (D-Ark) that matter drop until the 1958 session. Dio and Teamsters union boss Then he added James R. Hoffa had a crooked 000 bond owned by UAW-AFL Lo cal 110 in Meriden, Conn., became WIFE GOT THE CAR? HERE'S a beauty for a second car, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for. Bill Burgess Motors. 71-181-tfc FOR SALE 1950 PLYMOUTH CON- vertible, red. Radio, heater. See at Windy Acres Court. 71-189-2tp Used Tires 73 FOR SALE: FOUR GOOD USED 7:10x16 B. F. Goodrich Lifeguard tires. $24.00 for the set. Heires Electric. 73-i88-3tc Auto Service 75 RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas' tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc 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. 7S-Ul-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair, Dial 21%. 7ft-284-tfo REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car bad a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done! You'D get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all mnkes. Houlihan Motors. 7§44-tte • — i . in mi i II i Atttnd First Most Of Rty. T. P. Biiltr Frank BiUar and Mrs. Dan Riordan of Carroll, Mrs. Rose Floen and daughter, Rosemary, and Miss Othelia Biller of Omaha returned Monday night from Okarche, Okla., where they attended the first solemn mass of the Rev. Thomas Patrick Biller August 11 at Holy Trinity Church. He is a son of their cousin. , A dinner and reception followed Fr. BiUer's first mass. He was ordained at Innsbruck,-. Austria, April 6,1957, returning to his home town for his first mass. He will teach in a college at Oklahoma City. In addition to the relatives from Iowa and Nebraska, other out-of MasMchusetts.Ntw York* Kiasss aad WuhltifrftSi • Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT . OF EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7409 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed ana qualified as executors of the estate of John B. Greteman deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons 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 file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Eleanors Greteman and Martin Greteman, Executors Meyers A Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated August S, 1857 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court Aug. S, 13. 20. 1957 . Isf The District Courtof Iows>» In and for Carroll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WIX1 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 or Herman Ventelcher Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that 1 have fixed Saturday the 34th day of August, 1857. at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 29th day of July, 1957. (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court. By Lois Slbenaller, Deputy, July 80, Aug. 8, 13, 19B7. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA; CARRQLi CAUNTV^ss.._..Ne. 740S NOTICE IS HEI GIVEN, that the undersigned have been duly appointed ano qualified as executors of the estate of William Relneke deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated, to the under signed for allowance the office of the CI trlot Court. ice, and file" in 'lerk ot the Dls- Sdward, Reljwke and wtutam „ Bslneke, Executors Ralph_M. Crane, Attorney Dated M? 39, 1987 Alfred J. Klocke, CleriTDistrict Court July 80; Aug. 6, 13, 19S7 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX C NOTICE ITHERBBY 'GIV$\ tilil night at a meeting of Charles the undersigned has been duly ap- Carroll Council No. 780 Knights of Fr^ol Columbus in K of C Hall, wieland, deceased, late of Carrol} All members of the council County. All persons indebted to said •state are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the —"* lent thjSm.^ du sistrPe/ISour^ same will jwjp sent them, duly authentlcstedf^fo Ice of the Clerk Wwimt J. wteisnd, AdmlnJs tutrix . •tali mto~wi'vwnro^ AM « <3erit Ms t TT «• -j— —- .- " Jt mi * ht &• in order to recess for Hoffa and money from labor and have the President call us rackets for Dio and his followers, back in November when we could Carmine Bellino, a committee devote our whole time to the ques staff investigator, testified his own tion'. investigations showed that a $10,- Martln reiterated his doubt that the House will go along with the changes made by the Senate in the civil rights bill proposed by the administration. Weber- (Continued from Page 1) these do not appear to be too serious, Gernetzky said. Not Affected In addition to sleeping quarters, "Main" houses the administrative offices, a dining room, and a kitchen and bake shop. Apparently none of these is effected by the cracks in the cement. Gernetzky said the cracks in the cement were discovered recently when some minor repair work was being done on one of the reading rooms. School and Board of Regents officials became suspicious and an investigation led to discovery of cracks in the floor in other reading rooms. A testing firm has drilled holes in the cement to find out what shape the floor is in. These cores taken from the floor also show how many beams were used in constructing the floors. Board officials fear that there are not enough beams in the floor to provide adequate support. The Andersen Construction Company, Council Bluffs, has been engaged to tear the floors apart so the tests can be made. "The total picture is not going to be apparent to us until we get the results back on the tests made on representative floors," Gernetzky said. Gernetzky plans to appear before the legislative budget and financial control (interim) committee here Wednesday and explain the situation and to give a report to the members of the Board of Regents when that group. meets here in September. Carroll Markets' GRAIN Soybeans, No. a Corn, No. 3 yellow Oats eligible students for classroom instruction and practice driving. Summaries and analysis of student accident data should be made available to all school personnel in both school systems, the council recommended. Big Difference "We find about 166 per cent difference between the safety consciousness of kindergarten stu- Senate version of the civil rights dents and seniors in high school/' legislation. Ulish said. Own Views <. For some rea son or other chil- Making it plain he was not re- jdren i ose tha t safety-raindedness fleeting the Presidents views, butj as ^ grow 0 ider," he said. The annual inventory of school traffic safety education revealed both public and parochial school systems obtained a combined performance rating of 86 per cent out of a possible 100. The inventory pointed out that no report of traffic ticket audit is published in Carroll and that public confidence could be strengthened by publication of the audit report. "Carroll did not'have a school for traffic violators during the past year," the report stated. Strong Deterrent "Properly used violator schools have a strong deterrent effect on violators. Experience has shown that drivers who lack knowledge of driving techniques or rules of the road and drivers with Improper attitudes usually benefit from attending such schools," the inventory stated. The civic leaders who met with Ulish included: Mayor A. N. Neu, Paul Crouse, Lester W. Wilke, Rev. Robert Kirschbaum, Rev. Patrick F. Lynch, Dale M. Hanson, M. D. Lehrkamp, Joseph E. Heller, Maurice L. Dion. Alvin B. Bruning, Sylvester Pollman, Romain Boes, Leo R. Clark, William J. Schmlch, Mrs. John E. Martin, Dr. John E. Martin. Glenn Lockhart, Bud Baumhover, H. B. Bockhaus, Roy Betts, Floyd F. Heithoff, Paul F. Bruetche, Larry P. Jung, Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran, Sherman Page, Augusta Tryon, Mrs. Alvin Bruning, Mary Mayhard and Robert H, Hatch. The following telegram has been received by Mayor A; N. Neu: Des Moines, Iowa Dear Mayor: I have been Informed of a recent traffic safety inventory meeting held at your call and I wish to express my personal thanks and congratulations for your action. The inventory is basic to the pro? gress we wish to mske in traffic safety. Your recognition of this fact and your leadership, in bringing the inventory to the attention of your community is a valuable contribution to your fight against traffic accidents. Herschel C. Loveless, Governor .$8.21 _ 1.23 _ M Chicago Grain The_»'M*rkeU »*e Furnished by tho Humphrey Grain Company Announce Three Important KC Dates Three important dates of the near future were announced Man w» TVWI y*. w«**«w«* i •"»** asswsstMvssf v* v»s_> vuMtivu Wftf0 SOT. Vt "JWd »» ***** ^ MUM Actlorr Day Holy Hour at Ft. Dodge, Sunday evening, August 18. Plans were made for a third-degree K of C picnic in the shelterhouse at Graham Park, Sunday, September 15, and an invitation was extended to the fourth degree picnic in Graham Park sbelterhouee Sunday, ''ftejsetisibejr I, WHEAI Sept. Dee. March May CORN Sept. Dee. March May SspL 8 Dee. larch Close Prev. Close h Sept. rW Jan. LARD Sept. Oct. Deo. BEANS 348H Chicago LiVeetack CHICAGO W—Hogs continued to drop Tuesday, prices were generally 36 cents lower and closed slow and 35 to 80 cents off on a few lots under 210 pounds. Sows mostly were as cents lower. Several lots of No. 1 and 3 200 to 336-pound butchers sold at $31.75 to $33.00, the practical top. A 20- head lot sold at $32.35. Steers snd heifers were mostly steady. Several loads of prime 1,335 to 1,250-pound steers sold at $38.00 to $39.50, equaling the top of last week, which was the highest since last November. « (USDA) —Salable hogs 8,500; ' moderately active, generally; 35 > lower on butcherc; close slow,' 35 to 50 lower on a few lots under 210 lb; sows mostly 35 lower; No; • 3-8 210-280 lb 21.25-21.75; several lota 1-3 300-235 lb 21.75-22.00; with a 30 head lot No. 1 1 200 lb at 3325: larger lots mixed grades 330-375 lb SOWS 19.00-30 35. 1 Salable cattle 5,500; calves 200; fairly active, steers and Heifers mostly steady; cows and bulls steady to 26 higher; vealers and stockers and feeders steadyj,,sev« eral loads prime 1225-1250 lb steers 28.00-39.50; bulk choice steers 34,75-37.00; few prime 1050 lb helpers 26.25; good to high choice heifers 31.50-25.00; few standard cows 16.00-18.00; utility and commercial cows 12.75-16.00 • utility and commercial bulls 15 50-17.50; good and; choice vealers 21.00-25.00; load of mediums 750 lb feeding steer) 30.25. Deaths and Funerals MRS. PETER JEN8EN (Ttmw H«i-al4 New* Serrtte) LAKE VIEW - Funeral rites were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Congregational Church here for Mrs. Peter Jensen, 88, who died August 10 at the Manning Hospital, wbero she had been a patient four days. The Rev. Pixen Stlmpaon officiated at the services. Freda Manthe and Connie Stimpson sang, with Mrs. Floyd KUnzman at the organ, Burial was in Ferguson Cemetery^ under direction of the Farber * Otteman Funeral Home, Pallbearers were Charles Maynard. William Davenport Jr„ Forest Mo- Clintock, Claude Paters. Lee Friable and Jay Ferguson. e^sJ^aVs T^JiOttlAiiUft d*^m^M_ 1 ^ • IWWN^. in Vard>, Denmark, May It, 1874, Her husband died in 1928. She was also preceded in death by ono son and a daughter, Mrs. H^man.; Peters. ' ^ Surviving are one son, OJij Jensen, eight grandchildren 10 great-grandchUdren. ana I*' MONUMENTS i MenymeiiU end Mirk«rs i , fc loose irm - luy WMre^f u . anSiiWbet,Ye^r«:|w^| McPherion* " " M - ¥ Cam AsrtM , 9wnty rem

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