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August 15, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Standing By His Story WiWerne ^/|^pTON m -Air Force LI David Steeves is standing by hi: story.-.that he lived for 54 days in the rugged High Sierras after hit jet plane crashed. Knd in California, Supt. Thomas J Allen of Kings Canyon National Park said rangers had found evidence that Steeves had hiked some 25 miles through what Allen called "very, very rough country." Steeves, who emerged from the wilderness on July 1, said '"I told the story as it happened." He made this statement Wednesday after the Saturday Evening Post announced its decision to cancel a scheduled article on the incident. A spokesman for the magazine said an agreement to publish the article was ended last week because he said Clay Blair Jr., the writer assigned to the story, had detected numerous discrepancies. Steeves said he knows of no discrepancies. Allen said members of his staff had retraced parts of the route reportedly followed by Sleeves on his survival march. He said they visited Simpson Meadow and Dusy Basin 10 days after Steeves turned up after having been given up for dead. .' " "~ The park superintendent said rangers found an opened parachute and a handkerchief bearing Steeves' initials. Allen said the find indicated Steeves made the hike from the basin to the meadow, a distance of about 25 miles. Steeves' plane, a jet trainer, has not been found. Steeves now is assigned to Bolling Air Force Base here while the « A TIIMI Htnld, eirwli, lovw i * ' • _ |U Thursday, Aug. 15, 1957 iGOIYimUniSt SENT TO GERMANY . . . Pvt. Merlin L. Venteichcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Venteicher, Carroll, Route 1, is now with a helicopter company at Hanau, Germany, He lias been In the service since January, 1957. His address is Pvt. Merlin L. Venteicher, E.R. 17477370, 26 TCCO LI. Hcptr. APO 165, New York, N. Y. Air Force conducts what it calls a "thorough but routine" investigation of his account. "People can believe or disbelieve it as they choose," Steeves said. "If the story is so miraculous they don't, believe it then it is just that much better story." The United States government can be sued by an individual. To Form New Government GEORGETOWN. British Guiana Iff)—A new government for Britain's lone colony on the shoulder of South America is expected to be. formed within 72 hours by Dr. Cheddi Jagan, a Communist. Gov. Sir Patrick Renison called Jagan, overwhelming victor in Monday's general elections, to a conference Thursday to discuss his appointment as chief minister and ask him to set up a cabinet. Japan told newsmen the election result proved British Guiana was ready for political independence like the newly established state of Ghana on the West African Coast. He said he was "prepared to play ball with the governor but it could not be played by one side only" in forming a new government. Georgetown newspapers said despite Jagan's known Red views Britain has prepared to give him another chance as head of the government. But they emphasized Jagan would get nowhere if he tried to; establish a Communist govern-! ment in this colony. They reminded him he was deposed as chief minister four years ago for attempting to set up Red rule. MISS AMERICAN LEGION SWIMMING POOL 1957 ... Barbara Kanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kanne, won the title of 'Miss American Legion Swimming Pool 1957' at the fifth an­ nual junior Intercity meet in the local swimming pool Wednesday night. Conferring the rib- bin of honor Is Lifeguard Dorothy Drees. (Photo by G. E. Robb). es 'Sold' Like Movie Queen IOWAN CHARGED STERLING. 111. m — Leonard J. Ingles, 29, Dubuque, Iowa, truck driver, was charged with reckless homicide Wednesday after his truck allegedly struck two young bicyclists, killing one, Joseph Allen Cross. 14. The other, Thomas Warner, 15, was severely injured. 4-County'Market Basket' Demonstration Held Here SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or Your Money Back! BUY ON TIME-PAY ONLY 10% DOWN HOMEguard EXTERIOR weatherproof, armor-like finish! 195 I GALLON WHITE OR COLORS »r-iine 4 Easily brushed or sprayed 6ft to beautify your home, shield U from hottest sun, roin, snow. Choice of white or colors. "PAINT SPRAYER 3Q 95 sprayer, as vacuum pump. Comes with 15 ft. V*' hose. Use V4 HP motor. A four county market basket demonstration meeting of Farm Bureau Young People was held at the local Farm Bureau building Wednesday night concurrently with a meeting of the Carroll County RYP. Charles Sorenson of Des Moines, state director of Farm Bureau Young People, assisted representatives of Shelby, Crawford, Audubon, and Carroll counties in preparing their market basket demonstrations. Bob Steffes and Ronnie Wittrock of Route 3, Carroll, presented the dairy products demonstration which won second place in the state FBYP contest last year. At the Carroll County RYP meeting, conducted by Lloyd Drees, Protect Investment with HOMECOTE BARN • Lowest Cost Protection • Withstands All Weather You can't find a better barn paint buy than HOMECOTE. Made with tough, durable lastic base and Iron oxide red pigmentation for long wear. BUY ALL PAINT SUPPLIES ON T1MII LINSEED OIL J.30 VAIUC BJeMlOM Super toy! Raw Rn» •ted oU improves appearance of • finished job. PAINT BRUSH 2 .49 VALUE 188 Money-saving 3- Ineh HOMEguard brush. 100% nylon , bristles. n-m UTILITY £ ENAMEL jj] 15 VH VALUE 3 19< Save on all-purpose enamel for indoors or out. White or colors. ». IIOM PAINT [L THINNER J] 19 99< VALUE 21 69< Mrs. Berhane Fister At Art Colony in Galveston, Texas (Times Herald News Service) STAR — Mrs. Bethane Fister and children, Jon and Virginia,; and John Thoma? are enrolled in j an art colony at Galveston, Tex., j for three weeks. < The Star Woman's Society of! Christian Service met at the; church Fellowship hall Friday aft-' ernoon. with Mrs. Beryl Gymer i hostess. Twelve members and four children were present. Mrs. Willard Smith, president, conducted a short business meeting. Plans were made for a basket dinner in honor of the teachers of the Coon Rapids school Sunday, September ] 8. The worship service was led by Mrs. Eli Rees assisted by Mrs. Hazel Bolger. Mrs. Agnes Grim I had the lesson, "A Missionary Pilgrimage Travelogue." Materials ! for craft work were brought to the meeting for the supply askings. The next meeting win be Sept. 6 at the home of Mrs. Paul Hufferd. president, plans were made for the annual semi-formal dance in September. Mercedes Kirsch of Route 3, Carroll, was appointed chairman oi the dance committee. Mr. Drees also gave a talk on farm safety in which he, recommended that corn be trimmed on corners where it interferes with visibility at road intersections. Earl Pottebaum reported on his recent 17-day FBYP tour of the Rocky Mountains and Pacific Northwest. Square dancing on the tennis courts in Graham Park followed the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bock of Scranton were the counseling couple for the meeting and host and hostess at a watermelon feed which was the concluding event of the evening in Graham Park. * LONDON MV-A religious journal jumped into Britain's royal row Thursday with a charge that Queen Elizabeth II is being sold to the public like a movie queen. Joining the controversy started by > Lord Altrincham — that the Queen's court is out of date and that she gets bad advice from her advisers — The British Weekly said: ''The fact is that our present Queen is 'sold' to the people not as a queen, a person whose office in our constitutional system is important, but as a movie queen, as one-up-on-the-Americans, as a spectacle, as an. excuse for national-dressing-up and other irrel; evant but easy gimmicks." The British Weekly is edited by the.Rev. Shaun Herron, a 45-year- old Scottish Congregationalism The magazine describes Itself as "a Christian journal of news and comment." It has no official connection with any church. Britain's official Newspaper Press Directory calls it: "A religious, political and literary work, read by free churches (not associated with the Church of England) in Britain, the Dominions^ and the United States." The weekly {njected a new angle into the hulabaloo over the monarchy % suggesting that the 33- year-old Altrincham is the spokesman for the Queen's real friends in high places. "Why, by the'way," it asked, "is it being assumed that Lord Altrincham is not the mouthpiece for a move by some of the highly, placed and real friends. of the monarchy?" The publication said there are members of the royal household who want a monarchy that can survive in hard times as well as today's prosperity. REPRIMAND ATTORNEY DES MOINES —J. Riley McManus. Des Moines attorney for 42 years, has been reprimanded by the Iowa Supreme Court Grievance Committee and the Professional Ethics and Conduct Committee of the Iowa State Bar Assn. , GeHen Low, low price on HO ME guard , thinner and pair)! reducer. • REPAIR PARSONAGE ROOF <Tlme« Herald News Service) RALSTON — A group of men spent Monday and Tuesday re- shingling the Ralston parsonage which was badly damaged in the hail storm here several weeks ago. . Dean Winters on Colorado Vacation -j LANESBORO - Mr. and Mrs.; Dean Winter, Beverly and Bobbie, j left Saturday for Colorado where they plan a sight-seeing trip. | Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson of Exira spent a few days in the home of Mr and Mrs. Fred Anderson. J Mr. and Mrs. Warren Remsburg !J entertained Mr. and Mrs Everett! Mosher and family of St. Ann, Neb., at breakfast in their home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Berns andj] sons left Sunday morning for Man-; kato, Minn., where they will spend , the rest of the week in the home ) of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMullen. | Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tibbitts and; children spent the week-end at Lake Okoboji. Marine Pfc. Wayne Hart, son of ( Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hart, came home Saturday night for a fur-i lough. Pfc. Hart is stationed at' Camp Pendleton, Calif. ! 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