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Killed First Day on Job OTTUMWA UFi - A construction worker,-one day on the job, was dead Thursday after being -buried in a sewer construction cave-in. Charles Hunt, about 25, was killed Wednesday afternoon. He had 'started work for the M. L. Van Fossen Construction Co. on the project that morning. Another workman, Morris Kelley, 34, was trapped in the ll-foot deep ditch but was rescued. A third man, James Scott, also was in the ditch but was not buried. New Hampshire is named after Hampshire, England, home . county of John Mason, first owner of New Hampshire. Policy of Making Trouble for West Pays Off— Russia Big Winner So Far In U.S.-Syria Diplomatic Dogfight' By JOHN M, HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON WV-Russia stood out today as the big winner so far in a diplomatic dogfight between Syria and the United States. The Soviet policy of making trouble for the Western powers in the Middle East appears to have paid off handsomely in this conflict, which led Wednesday to American ouster of the' Syrian ambassador to Washington. mascus, James S. Moose Jr., will not be returning to his post. In addition, the State Depart ment ordered out of the country by Friday Second Secretary Hassin Zakaria of the Syrian Embassy. That stop and the action against Zeineddine, who was already in Syria, were taken in retaliation for Syria's ouster, of three American Embassy officials earlier this week. „ But the department said the actions do not mean a break-off of diplomatic relations and officials disavowed any intentions to go that far. The moves against Zeineddine and Zakaria were coupled with Tlmo Herald,Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Aug. IS, 1957 protests against a Syrian charge Monday that tho United States was involved in a plot to overthrow President Shukri Kuwatly. That charge was followed by the Kuwatly government's order directing that Howard Stone, Francis J. Jeton and Col. s Robert W. Molloy of the U.S. Embassy staff leave Syria. bassy counselor to -his office for an 18-mtnute conference. Rountree protested Syria's recent behavior toward the United fStates and handed Hamul a note declaring Zeineddine and Zakaria rt persona non grata" (unwelcome). Hamui declined to make any comment upon leaving Rountree. In addition to the protest against "the government-inspired slanderous campaign which has been carried on against the United States," Rountree also protested "interference with an American diplomatic courier at the Syrian border on Aug. 12." Relations between Washington and Damascus have been going downhill for many months. Syria is closely linkod with Egypt in its Middle East policy and has, like Egypt, taken substantial shipments of arms from the Soviet bloc. While United States influence in Damascus has declined, Russia's influencfi is believed to have. grown markedly. INFANT BAPTIZED (TJmei Herald New» Service). Blames Rickety Band Stand for Rock/Roll Effect MALONE, N.y; (*> - Drummer Ernest Lavoie doesn't want the municipal band , blamed for any rock 'n' roll music emanating from the community-owned bandstand. The handstand's flooring is so unstable that the music stands wiggle when the brass section players beat time with their feet, he told the Village Board. This, he said, makes it "difficult to read music and produces the rock 'n* roll- effect, "both musically- and visually." Ky Faney California Sweet, Red Malaga Lb. Bog Fancy California, Large Size, Full of Juice, at Season's Low Wee, Lb. »• PEAS Large Cluster Bunches California Vine Ripened, Pink Meat, Full Flavor CANTALOUPS BttSf L» 9e Delicious, Sweet, Red Ripe, Thin Rind WATERMELON Whole Melon, Lb.,. 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PteeVte end Mw« e*e« *f«*ertve Mm AlhaW, St., Am. 17tk We reserve tM Htht fe Hwlt qwHiHHea. 1 Presbyterian Men Meet Plans for the opening meeting of the fall and winter season on September 11 were made at a business session of the Carroll Council of Presbyterian Men in the church undercroft Wednesday night. The meeting will be a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Paul Anneberg will be asked to show pictures of his recent European trip an/i Don White, chairman of the local church planning committee, will report oa church plans. The council voted to send flowers to one of its members, Clyde CassiU, who has been a patient in Veterans Hospital, Omaha, for the past nine, weeks. To Take Part 1 in Boat Races (Time* Herald Xcwt S«MM) LAKE VIEW — Byron Provost and daughters Jsnice and Jeanine plan to attend the boat races in Omaha Aug. 18. Mr. Provost will participate in the race. Jeanine will visit relatives in Omaha until from Tuesday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Weitzel, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weitzel, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lytton and daughters of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock and Mr. and Mrs. Art Wagner attended the Weitzel family, reunion at the shelter house at Saa City Sunday. Mrs. Etta Mammen and daughters. Mrs. Grace Shaw and Mrs. Arthur Vollmer, of Spencer spent Friday with Mrs. Hannah Fisher. Mrs. Harold Tjaden and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Westering, of Wall Lake, attended the Westering reunion and picnic at Ft. Dodge on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rubel and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sietz of Ft Dodge were weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Wicker at theii cottage at Provost. Mrs. C. C. Wetzstein was an additional dinner guest Sunday. They also called in the Harlan Wetzstein home. The Carl Sproul family vacationed last week at the Allan Keck cottage at Lake Okoboji. Sally Jensen of Blair, Neb., guest of Judy Sproul for a week, returned home Aug. 3. Mrs. Vernon Krejci and daughter of Ellendale, Minn., spent the weekend wth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Silver. Her son, Lee, returned home with her after several weeks visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lenth returned from their vacation Sunday. They and their children, who had been staving in the Silver home, returned to Traer Monday, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Redenbaugb attended the wedding of a niece, Joyce Redenbaugh, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. John Redenbaugh to Erik Radke of Aurelia Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Chuseh as Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weitzel and daughter, Patty, and Linda Lytton of Sioux City took their son. Donnie, Bob Luckow and Ronie Arndt to the Walther League Camp at Okoboji for this week. Mr. and Mrs. Weitzel and daughter and Linda Lytton were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parkison at Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walters took their daughter, Kathy, Ruth Peterson, Jane Karstens and Judy Spurling to the Walther League Camp Sunday. The Walters visited in the home of the Camerery sisters and in the Ralph Prew homes at Sutherland on their way back. Sunday evening callers In the Art Auen Sr v home were: Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hummel and son, Robert, of Odebolt. Mrs Elmer Venske was an overnight guest. Mrs. Venzke is helping caro for her father who remains about the same. Mrs. Frank Kreim of Dixon, 111., came Tuesday to help Mr. and Mrs. Karl Staab observe their 40th anniversary. She remained to spend a week in the Staab home. New Assistant Priest at Breda (Timet Herald Newt Service) BREDA - The Rev. William Ortman who was ordained in June ,is the new assistant pastor at St. Bernards Church replacing the Rev. F. Conway who has been assigned to Dow City and Buck Grove. | IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press Aug. 15, 1957 : •. 419 Aug. 15, 1956 l.. 435 Musical Fun! IOWA BAND DAY Sunday, Aug. 18 The i happy day you've been • waiting for! Come early! ! MASSED BAND • Big free concert 5 :80 p. m J FUN ALL DAY Thrill rides, kiddie rides, • miniature golf, free zoo. ! w!rf s ,°/ f,,# »••» *und«y, • >Wed.j < p , m , pHier dm. • Dancing avtry 5 *t ^.Ri v j t J, FREE CONCERTS AH afternoon, by your favorite Iowa bands.