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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Syrian Denies Takeover By Communists DAMASCUS m — Syria's acting defense minister has charged the United Stales raised a false threat of a Communist takeover in Syria in order to hide its own bid for greater Middle Eastern influence. Khaled el Azem joined other Syrian officials in denying that Syria is falling under Soviet control as a result of leftist officers taking control of the army. The United States knows Syria will not accept foreign influence, Azem told American reporters Thursday. / "You pretend we have become Communist and are under the influence of the Soviet Union. . . . You use this as a weapon and propaganda, hoping to frighten people who fear communism and who are afraid about their goods," the defense chief asserted. "You use it to force American and European public opinion to support American policy in the Middle East. 'Real Purpose.' "If you told people frankly the real purpose, which is to replace British and French influence by your own and to guarantee the interest of oil companies and other monopolies, the American people would not help by giving you funds." A statement read by Azem said the American people and President Eisenhower fail to understand the Arab mind and Arab aims. U.S. help to imperialism and Zionism "willing or unwillingly ... is preventing any understanding between the Arab and American peoples," he declared. "In addition, you (America) want to dictate your will to all people and want them to follow the same policy. You want to dominate large and small countries." Azem said Russia "wants Syria to be entirely free from the influence of the West as well as the Soviet Union itself." Syrian President Shukri Kuwat- ly was quoted in the Cairo newspaper Al Ahram today as blaming "U. S. embassy staff, violation of convention diplomatic' rules for noninterference in the internal affairs of the country" for America's deteriorating relations with Syria. Accuses West Kuwatly is in a hospital at Alexandria, Egypt. He was quoted as J saying: "It's on the West that most responsibility rests for the tension and troubles currently prevailing in the Middle East. "They accuse us of communism because Syria announced acceptance of any unconditional econ- Curtice Asks Contract Extension, UAW Car Cost Cut— GM, Reuther's Auto Union Tangle on Inflation Remedies DETROIT (#> — General Motors, GM with intending "to go on short- replying to Walter Reuther's proposal for a $100 price cut on 1958 car models, Thursday asked the United Auto Workers union to extend its GM contract two years as a "contribution to stability." President Harlow Curtice, of General Motors, made the reply to Reuther's proposal. It was the first reply from the auto industry. 'Arbitrary Rejection' j union's price cut proposal. He Reuther, UAW president, had j then denounced GM, declaring the|P irc portrayed his proposal as a means j company evades basic issues. | GM has been the first to reply for fighting inflation. He interp -j Last week Reuther proposed to to the union, changing American consumers through higher prices." Curtice made his counter-proposal in a letter to Reuther de- economic j scribing it as a constructive step against inflation. The United Auto Workers leader answered in a public statement. 10 Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Aug. 23, 1957 just next year's contract demands. ReutWer has not indicated what concessions the union might offer. The UAW has said it will seek higher wages and a shorter- work He said Curtice's letter was an j wee k next spring when three-year "^trary r e j e c t i o o( the | contrdCts in the auto industry ex . reted Curtice's response as an the auto industry's Big Three of "arbitrary rejection" and accused GM, Chrysler and Ford that they GM of "shocking disregard" of cut 1958 car prices by an average the public welfare. of $100 a car. In return he said The UAW chief also charged! the union would be willing to ad- Average $2.30 Hour An extension of contracts, as Curtice proposed, would not infringe on cost-of-living changes or annual productivity increases nor * ' provided for in the contracts. The auto worker's present average pay is about $2.30 an hour, By coincidence, the Curtice- Reuther exchange came on the same day the government announced a cost-of-living increase for the 13th straight month. i Auto workers, through their es- calatpr-clause contracts, get a 3- cent hourly pay raise effective the week of Sept. 1. Curtice backed his,contract extension proposal as a "contribution to economic stability" for the nation. He said it would have "a most constructive effect, even beyond* our industry." His only specific reference to the union's car price cut proposal was a statement that GM's prices were "not properly the subject of collective bargaining." Reuther, in sharply worded comment, said GM had shown shortsightedness toward a "practical and positive" proposal from the union. "By its refusal," Reuther said, 'GM has demonstrated a shocking disregard for the welfare of the American buying public and indicates its intention to go on short-changing American consumers through higher prices." Prices on 1958 model cars will not be announced until later in the year. Industry sources have said they may be higher in view of increased labor and material costs. BOTTOMS UP . . . Paris designers aren't the only ones raising hemlines this year. In London, John Cavanagh hoists those on his creations to form this new "hoop-la" silhouette. This black, pure silk crepe dress features a train-like skirt, looped up to form a stole. Elbow - length gloves and a wide-brimmed vet- vet hat trimmed In ostrich feathers complete the ensemble. sc. Pulitzer Prize Winner For ,™I ^r !: 26 |fo Address IDPA Clinic RALSTON - The Ralston family j church party will be held Monday j DES MOINB'-S — Clarence W. evening, August 26, at B:30 in the j Moody, publisher of the Burling- school park with picnic supper.! ton Hawk-Eye Gazette and pres- Participants are to bring baskets j ident of the Iowa Daily Press Asand table services. j sociation, today announced that Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hewitt were j Pulitzer prize winner George weekend visitors in the home of his brother, Roy Hewitt, and family at Manlius, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dilts of Manning VFW and Auxiliary Give Aid .Ames were Sunday visitors inthe|y 0 Crippled Children i Mayne Spaulding home. Mr. niite I rr Dilts is a brother of Mrs. Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duckell and family of Perry were Sunday visitors in the Robert Gregory home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Caywood of Boone announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shirlie Mae and Edward L. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Gordon of Denver, Colo. The couple will (Tim»» H,r«id N > w , s -rvir,. j live jn Denve r. The bride-to-be is BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Jim .; the granddaughter of the late Mr. Ulveling returned Monday from \ and Mrs. Charles Caywood their wedding trip and are living in an apartment above the Breda Hardware. Jim Ulvelings of Breda Return from Their Wedding Trip (Tlniei Herald News Merrier) MANNING — The Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults is planning to establish a crippled! investigation, children's camp in the state in the! by journalism's near future, at a minimum cost of'Pulitzer prize for meritorious pub Thiem of the Chicago Daily News will be a featured speaker at the annual I.D.P.A. clinic here Sept. 6, 7 and 8, Thiem, who is in charge of the Springfield bureau for the News, will address a general news session at the clinic Saturday evening, Sept. 7. His leadership in the painstaking' probing of misconduct in the office of the Illinois state auditor by a team of Daily News reporters resulted in the sensational expose of Orville Hodge. A bevy of awards followed the They were topped blue ribbon—the George rThlem 100 Join in Reunion of the Wolterman Family (Tlmea Herald .New* Service) WALL LAKE - The Wolterman family reunion was held Sunday al Carroll with 100 present from Danbury, Wall Lake, Arcadia, Schaller, G 1 i d d e n, Lidderdale Farnhamville, and Fort Dodge, Iowa and Fairfax, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Keiser .Jr. Jail Youth, For Stabbing of Girl Friend WEST BRANCH (ff>-A 16-year- old farm youth Friday faced a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily Injury in the stabbing of a neighboring girl. Gerald Watters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Watters, was charged Thursday after authorities said ha stabbed Martha Fawcett, 16, with a hunting knife when she resisted' his advances. Miss Fawcett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fawtfett, who farm about a mile north of the Watters, was stabbed in the left shoulder. She was reported in good condition at an Iowa City hospital. Sheriff Elwood Hemmingway said Watters told of going to Martha's house Thursday while her parents were attending the West Liberty fair. The youth said he was admitted to the house and he and Martha, a West Branch High School classmate, watched television for a while. Hemmingway said that when Miss> Fawcett went to the kitchen Watters followed and tried to put his arm around her. She struck him with a magazine and fled toward a door. It was then that Watters slabbed and family and Mr. and Mrs Austin Keiser Sr. of Lake View, \ her', the sheriff said. spent Friday in the Kenneth Freese home at LeMars and helped Mr. and Mrs. Freese and son, Ricky, celebrate their birthdays. Mrs. John Nuetzman of Kasson, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nuetzman of Austin, Minn., came $205,000. An all out drive to secure funds for the camp will be held the week of Sept. 7-15. Funds of $106,000 have been committed for the tproposed camp thus far. The Iowa Restaurant Association has pledged $16,000 for the dining and kitchen W.S.W.S. met Tuesday afternoon in the Community Building with Dr. and Mrs. John Dermody and j Mesdames Grace Tuttle and Au- sons, John and Eddie, have return- j gusta Burdine as hostesses.'Prayer ed from a three-week trip to Beck- j W as given by Mrs. Ernestine The* Ralston- Maple Grove j equipment; the Iowa Elks Assort ley, W. Va., where they visited at the Dr. J. R. Lewin home. They also visited other eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Retlen- Parks, president. Roll call was answered by Bible verses. Fleta Jubell gave a partial report brought from the Assembly meeting at maier returned Thursday from a I Cedar Falls. The meeting was week's trip to Amarillo and Wich-' turned over to the leader Etta ita Falls, Tex. On August 10 they ; Nesbitt. A song "In the Service of attended the wedding of their \ the King," and prayer by the lead- lie service Other Speakers Hugh Sidey of Life Magazine, Washington, D. C.. will appear on the news program Sunday, Sept. 8, along with Rod Fox, professor of journalism at Iowa State College, Ames. The pair co-authored the book "1,000 Ideas for Better News Pictures*" the Intertype Corporation, York, Penn., will address the news meeting Sunday morning. King is ation, $15,000 for the therapy and health center. The Iowa Department .of the VFW has made the largest pledge of $75,000 to build the camp's main lodge. Each VFW post in Iowa has a well-known typographer, book been assigned a fair share of the designer, writer on printing and $75,000 pledge, to be paid over a advertising and lecturer on the ef- period of three years, although fective use of type, many posts have paid the entire The 1957 clinic will see the first amount already. day-long Saleschool on Saturday, Manning's VFW Post and Aux- S <! pt - 7 \ This session, for display iliary No. 3517 is making plans to; » d ^!f in «_ P^P 1 ®' open with and Sunday morning. Speakers I Thursd * y a ft e™oan and were 1 guests in the Henry Stock home are: Saturday—Armin Friedman, Chicago, sales consultant for Sunbeam Corp., and Sunday—Herbert Gilmore, circulation manager, Michigan City, Ind., News - Dispatch and Mike Tyman, circulation manager, Omaha World - Herald. until Sunday morning. They came to attend Mrs. Albert Nuetzman's funeral Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Keiser Jr. and daughters attended the funeral of Linda Keiser, eight-month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Lowell Keiser of Humphrey, Neb., „. „ , 1 at Lytton Tuesday. Classified advertising staffs have ; Marsha Ne iber of Webster City Watters was picked up about a mile from the farm and taken to the county jail at Tipton. He was arraigned before Justice of the Peace James Wilson, who set bond at $5,000.' BACK FROM MEETING James Thomsen, fieldman of the Carroll County Farm Bureau, returned Thursday night from a four- day fieldsmen's meeting of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation at Hotel Ft. Des Moines in Des Moines. Organizational matters and plans for the coming fall and winter were discussed. - ,... .. , . —. w v. y] Tempo is the rate of speed at Howard N. King, who represents j ™. ir «, m <; etm Ss Saturday evening , and Kat h y \Veiss, were overnight j which a musical composition is to and Sunday morning. Their speakers will be Ralph Shannon, publisher, Washington Journal; Dick Holbrook, general manager Paul Manning Chevrolet Co., Des Moines; H. Edward Yelick, sales supervisor. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Des Moines, and Charles Allen, classified advertising manager, Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. guests Sunday of Kathy Erickson . be played: in the Orville Erickson home. I vision. time is rhythmical di- nephew, Donald Rettenmaier, son i er was followed by questions and j secure their part of the pledge by 1 a ,? roup Dre akfast, followed by a ! — of Dr. and Mrs. A. Rettenmaier of | answers by the various members, j contacting all organizations a n d' [ Jr* by Chet Elson, Des Moines j Six Lake CifVOriS Kansas City, Mo., which took place j An offering was received and the I clubs in the drive. The Auxiliary i d,strict manager of the Mutual of jT , . . 7 ^_, at Amarillo, Tex. j meeting closed by singing "Have Banns of the approaching mar-! Tnine 0wn Wa y Lord; ' The next omic help from Russia or any! riage of Mvrna Schulte and Orville i meeting will be held September 3 o • •,, , ! _ . 1 :„ tu~ f .:•.. u..*.!,];..,* ...uu other country. But Syria will not j Snyder were announced at St. Ber become a base for communists or j nard Church Sunday. °ther. j M r anc j Mrs. Roger Hoebing and A London newspaper, the Daily, rj aug hter of Havfield, Minn, spent Express, reported from Damascus, the wee kend at the John Hoebing that thousands of Russian volun- home , and with other relatives leers are pouring into Syria "to nere S„ a ti?ti? t h! he h- mS pt! Mr. and Mrs. Keith Messenger when, Syria feels the time has f R . , , ... wvl r ra i come to try to roll Israel into the j ^\\Z^Ze will also hold an all-day food and bake sale at the VFW hall Satur day, Sept. 7, beginning at approx- in the Community building with ! imately 9 a.m. In addition to the Omaha Company. Dottie Cook as hostess and Fleta Jubell as leader sea." Correspondent .Donald Wise wrote that the Russians are estimated already to have sent Syria 250 tanks and 60 MIG jet fighters. In London, diplomatic sources said Syria's anti-C o m m u n i s t neighbors plan to isolate her in an effort to cordon off Soviet influence. The Arab neighbors are Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Turkey. The informants said the United States and Britain have decided against any open intervention against the leftist trend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B'use and daughter, Carol, of Banning, Calif, spent the weekend at the Dr. T. H. Van Camp home. Mrs. Buse recently underwent surgery in the hospital at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heisterkamp returned Monday from a visit at I INJURES HAND the Joe Knobbe home at Wailke-i <.'lines Herald .News Service) gan, 111. Ralston School to Open August 27th (Times Herald New* Service) RALSTON - The Ralston school will begin Tuesday, August 27. Mrs. LVene Thomas of Coon Rapids will teach the grades 3, 4 and 5 and Mrs. Marilee Rossow will teach kindergarten and primary. Mrs. Shirl Douglass will have charge of the schoolhouse. Teaching in Other The morning program will fea- J 0 wns J J, j s Year ture showing of two Bureau of I Advertising, ANPA, films — one the dramatic new motion picture "People, Profits and You," and the second the Bureau's new strip- food sale, coffee and lunch will be served to Manning citizens and businessmen during the day. , ... ..„.,., • •, All members of the VFW and f ,lm *" d .. c il alk talk l 0r reta J le ™ the Auxiliary will be asked to con- « nu «f d „ ^ ha "f re ~ Password to tribute to the food sale. The two Pro / lts -' J ' m Waters ; Carr .f de " organizations will also welcome I Partmen: store operator, will re- cash contributions from Manning! P 0 * on , hls dramatic success in residents for this cause. Rev. Green to Teach at Gowrie ('ftmm Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY - Rev. A. G. Green of Lake City was awarded his Bachelor of Arts degree in education at the Buena Vista College SCRANTON - Mrs. Rose Plum j sum ™ er commencement August IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press Aug. 23, 1957 Aug. 23, 1956 injured her hand when it was caught in a washing machine wringer. She was taken to the 433! Greene County Hospital where she 451' underwent surgery. KIMBALL LEADING PfANO STORE and the WORLD FAMOUS HOUSE OF KIMBALL COMBINE TO BRING YOU THE ULTIMATE IN ... QUALITY STYLE VALUE 17. The Rev. Mr. Green will teach 6th grade at Gowrie this year, He and Mrs. Green and family moved to Gowrie this week. He will continue to serve the Lake Cily Assembly of God church as pastor. PAINT LUTHERAN CHURCH (Time* lleruld Jiews Service) GLIDDEN — From Tuesday to Friday of last week the church, parsonage and other buildings on the Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church property in Glidden were painted by members of the church. Dwight Wine spray-painted all of the buildings. Walter Thede assisted him. Several members came each day to help put coverings over the windows and to brush paint the window and door wooodwork of the buildings. Tobacco is grown in 54 countries. using planned advertising and an audience - participation quiz show will deal with advertising prob- | lems. Luncheon Saturday will feature John F. Lewis, advertising director of the St. Paul, Minn., Dispatch and Pioneer Press, as speaker. The afternoon program will consist of a series of panels and presentations dealing with cooperative advertising, teen • age promotion efforts, color advertising and automobile dealer advertising. Saturday evening brings the traditional "Best Selling'Ideas," and a discussion of merchandising rfr- j ranged by Margaret Griffith, with, Harold Swanson, of the Moline and i Rock Island papers, as guest. Sunday morning offers a breakfast for advertising people and Round Tables.' Publishers Meeting The annual publishers' meeting j of IDPA will preceed the clinic, j convening at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 6, at the Ft. Des Moines. Business matters will take up,the day, leading up to a dinner at 6:30, following which W. Earl Hall, managing editor of the Mason City Globe- Gazette, will tell the group of his recent trip around the world. .' Circulation managers" and their staffs will,meet Saturday evening (Tltneh Herald Sew* Service! LAKE CITY - Among Lake Cityans who are teaching in other towns this year are: Lois Laumbach, University School of Nursing, Iowa City; Burge Hammond Jr., Renville, Minn.: Mrs. Robert Lovett, Auburn; Kathryn Oxenford, Buffalo, Wyo.; Ardis Gregg. Sac City, and Daryl Gordon, Red Oak. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Clayton Olerich of Breda returned home Tuesday from Iowa City, where he underwent major surgery at the University Hospitals. He had been there six weeks. FOR £ACH OTHER And made to save you important money on the premium, too. 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This is a complete close-out sale of furnishings of a 7-room house. TERMS: CASH MRS. ANNA CARVER ,r OWNER Al Boss, Auct, Carroll County Stat* B«nk, dork • 9 • The Customers Say . • Go we want to take advantage of the big savings you've been offering on freezers, refrigerators and Dual-Temps. So We Are Going to GO Right On Offering You the Biggest- Bargains Ever on the New ADMIRAL REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS DUAL-TEMPS If You Have Not Visited Our Store During This Gigantic Sale We Urge You to Do So Now! DUAL-TEMPS • - (REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER COMBINATIONS) All Self-Defrosting Models $279.95 „ $299.95 $239.95 _ $349.95 SALE • 11 eu. ft. R»B. f4Sf.fi (Only } »f Thtt* at f hit Pric*) It eu. ft. R»g. t44f .M IS eo. ft. Reg. flff.fi i (Upildt Down Modtij It eu. ft. Upside Down Modal. ".«?. f4tf.fi •xeh. •x«h. •Kch. SALE • FREEZERS • SALE 9 cu. ft. UPRIGHT tUQ OS Regular $189.95 - - 11 cu. ft. UPRIGHT <100 Q5 RoguUr $229.95 - 14 cu. ft. UPRIGHT OAQ 05 R»«uUr $359*95 -.. ~ - • * * 18 cu. ft. UPRIGHT tOOO OS Regular $399.95 - T*''' J «' 17 cu. ft. CHEST (900 0S Ragular $359.95 „ - ~~ *M» + 20 cu. ft. CHEST <OQO OS Rogular $399.95 |*77« Jaf REFRIGERATORS AUTOMATIC DEFROST ;°.. e .V.... $179.95 10.7 cu. ft, Rag. flM.fl.. 13 cu. ft. Rao. WSf.fi $199.95 C„ H. $239.95 W» Havt Juat Rtoalvtd a Naw Shipment of Merchandise and Are Completely Stocked ,*th and Salinger S TV and PLENTY OF PRItfPARKIN© Open 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. t Oayi P*r Week lances Dial Mil i

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