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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 WANTED: RADIO, TV AND AN- tenna repairing and installation. All makes and models. Guaranteed parts and service.' Phone 2128, Don's TV. 14-198-6tp CARD OP THANKS to, SO words over SO words- $1.28 .4e per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY For column Inch JR1.20 Classified displays taken until 10 8. m. day Of publication except Saturday and 8 a. mt on Saturday. Regular classified till 9-30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. eLASSIPIBD CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word Scents Two days, per word Scents Three days, per word . . 12 cents four days, per word 14 cents Five days, per word , 16 cent* Six days, per word 18 cents ANYONE DESIRING EXTRA copies of The Daily Times Herald for weddings, obituaries, or any special occasion, please notify The Daily Times Herald by noon the day of publication of any such article. 14-144-ltp Announcements OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience. Andy Balk Men's Wear. 6-189-tfc COMPLETE COVERAGE ON ALL types of insurance with one easy monthly payment. Kratoska In surance. 6-196-5tc SHOP AND SAVE NOW III! August Furniture Sale now on at Knowlton's Furniture. 6-178-12tc 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. 6-184-tfc WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. Ml work guaranteed. Dial 9313 Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tfc GRAND OPENING Of Our Newly Remodeled Sporting Goods Department REGISTER FOR FREE DRAWING! To Be Held Saturday, August 24, at 9 p. m. Win One of These Big Prizes $39.95 Charcoal Broiler, Complete With Spit, Motor, etc $24.95 Norelco Razor, Choice of Men's or Women's Model $9.95 Model Airplane Motor THE UPTOWN CLUB Franehlsed Dealer for WUson Sporting Goods, Browning Shotguns and Rifles, Colt Pistols. Complete Hobby Department ..-_„.-.„..,- A-igs-stc 8 Business Service* 14 WALLPAPER . . . JUST RECEIV- ed new easy-to-hang patterns in plains and textures. Clearance prices on last season's patterns as low as 19c single roll. Keenan Paint Store, 'Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-100-ltc MEN, YOUR CLOTHING NEEDS cleaning frequently this time of year. Send 'em to us . . . . we'll make them look better, feel better, last longer. Phone 3852. Thompson Cleaners. 14-161-ltc Where To Go 17 RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties. Phonejm i!iliil5 Good Things to Eat 18 NO 'PRE-COOKED' CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-ltc Salesman Wanted 25 Salesman Wanted One of the biggest Feed Companies in the business needs a salesman at once. Top earnings. Farm background or acquaintance with farmers most helpful. Experience not necessary. We completely train you. Full time work. Repeat business. Home nights. Must have a car. Write, Sales Manager, 701 South 42nd St., Omaha, Neb. 25-199-2tc Farm Products 31 LARGE LEGHORN PULLETS. Starting to lay. $1.50. Norbert Tigges, Scfanton. 31-200-3tp Hatcheries 32 FEED IS HIGH. LET OUR Experts cull your hens now. Phone 3426. Masterllne Farm Service. 32-200-3tp Office Supplies 56 BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 58-126-ltc Houses for Sale 63 INCOME PROPERTY, GOOD Location. Dial 9703. 63-198-6tC NEW 3-BEDROOM HOME*, NORTH side, beautiful large birch kitchen with built-in stove and oven, extra large bedrooms with walk- in closets, full finished basement, attached garage. Small down payment. See Pudenz Real Estate^. Dial 9342. 63-198-3tc The Doily Record ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- James F. Odendahl, Carroll. Mrs. Max R. Tuel, Coon Rapids. Caroline Grundmeier, Arcadia. Mrs. Dennis F. Sheridan, Vail. Civil Rights- (Continued from Page 1) FOR SALE: AMES RELIABLE 27% Balancer. A proven feed to produce more eggs at less cost. Kruse Hatchery, W. on Hwy. 30. 32-197-6tc Farm Machinery 33 CLUB 30-THE HOUSE OF PIZZA —where Fresh Pizza is served to order. 9 varieties. 18-193-tfc LIVER SAUSAGE, FRESH, 2 LBS. 98c. Assorted Cold Meats. Beiter's Market. ' 18-200-ltc HAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN- vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest in new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-180-tfc IT'S FENCING TIME. ORDER your Creosote Post, Barb Wire, Electric Fence Post and Steel Posts from the Carroll Lumber Co. 33-199-6tc THE NEW BRENNY'S MARKET will be open Monday, Aug. 26, located across the street from present store. 18-199-2tc Found 8 STERLING SILVER. CATHOLIC medallions. Found in Graham Park. Have same by paying for ad. Phone 3358. 8-199-2tc Loans 12 Special "Homemade" ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperoni, Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Minutes. PAULINE'S CAFE ----- r - n ^ r ^^ nj ^l_8/188 : 5t_c Male Help Wanted 21 FOR SALE: NEW HOLLAND 66 Baler. A-l condition. Guaranteed. $975.00. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-197-ltc Seeds & Feeds 34 PIG BUTTERMILK: NOW THREE dollars per hundred, in barrels. Masterline Farm Service. Phone 3426. , 34-200-ltp Livestock for Sale 41 10 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, JUST fresh. Balance close up. Matt Bauer. Phone 4192. 4M98-3tc FOR SALE: NEW 3-BEDROOM home. Many extras. Low down payment. Immediate possession. Greteman Agcy., Phone 9730. 63-199-2tc A 4-BDRM. NORTH SIDE HOME close* to Public School with oil heat. The price of $6,500 makes it a good investment buy. John Gnam, Real Estate. ' 63-199-2tc Houses for Rent 64 the revised bill but not organize a campaign to talk it to death. The House Rules Committee which has had the bill bottled up, is expected to meet Monday or Tuesday, even if Chairman Howard Smith (D-Va) persists in his objections, and clear the bill. House action likely will come the day after the committee acts, and Senate leaders say their branch will be only a day or so behind the House. Mrs. Donald Wilberding, Arcadia. Charles E. Tuhn, Jefferson. Danny F. Assmann, Buena Park, Calif. Jean Marie Bromert, Carroll. Jon Gross, Carroll. Dismissals- Shirley Ann Beckman, Manning. Susan Macke, Carroll. Mrs. Paul E. Bachman, Carroll. Terry L. Norris, Carroll. Harry Mundt, Manilla. Nylene Chere Freese, Wall Lake. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Jen-» kins, Carroll, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Don Bayliss, Carroll, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Halbur, Maple River, a daughter, Friday. FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM home located in Neu Addition. Greteman Agcy., Phone 9730. Apartment for Rent 65 FURNISHED Phone 3286. APT. FOR RENT. 65-198-3tc FURNISHED, 3 bath. Dial 3297. ROOMS AND 65-191-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltc 3-ROOM APT. AND BATH ON So. side. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Phone 2609 . 65-199-2tc Farms for Sale 67 FOR SALE: 50 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars. Vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Free delivery. Richard Briggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5*4 west. 41-181-3tc LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — ears, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll Iowa. 12-78-tfc FEDERAL LAND BANS LOANS EXTRA SAFETY LOW INTEREST RAWS Phil Dennis •ee-Trea*. National Farm Loan Auoclatloo Ovec Woolworth'a — Carroll ia -2 -stc ROUTE MAN. FREE TO MOVE, married, age 23 to 40. $87.50 week guarantee. Steady. Write Box 493. Ft. Dodge. 21-198-3tc REFRIGERATION ENGINEER WANTED Must be well experienced In ammonia refrigeration. Also able to do main- tainance. Steady work. SHERMAN PRO. CO. Telephone 51687 - 419 Water St. Sioux City, Iowa Female Help Wanted 22 Mr. and Mrs. William Kennelley of Philipsburg. Pa., formerly of The "compromise that broke the j Carroll, a daughter. Sharon Ruth, final deadlock preserves the posi-! August 17. The baDy 's maternal tion taken by Republicans, from! grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Time* HersW, Csiwft, lews Saturday, Aug, 24, 1957 Murphy* Retifrrt From National KC, Convention, CM&ft Mr. and Mrs. B. J. MurpK*- daughters, Susan and returned Saturday from Chicag< where Mr. Murphy %-as ail State delegate to the 'rift ^MI Knights of Columbus conv4»tt|§ M „ .ill iZTor? I in the Palmer House TueaQ^ safety according to the Iowa Op- Wednesda Md Thursday. ' Wi tometric Assn. It urged that vi-|. * rwra*i lilt sion tests and lectures on seeing The family 1 Chicago i»n be included in driver education j Sunday; and visited pr. and Mr*, courses in high schools, and it vol- A. P. Vincenti, relatives of Urges Eye Tests In Driver Courses FAIRFIELD — As the new schobl term gets underway, young drivers should be taught the importance of vision in highway unteer&d the cooperation of its members Frank Niceswanger of Carroll. Carroll Markets No. 2 Eisenhower down, that a judge must be free to try without a jury persons accused of violating court orders. Jury Choice . But it makes this concession to the Southerners and others who j Corn, No. 2 yellow insisted on jury trials in criminal; Oats contempt cases: In a voting rights case, if a judge elects to conduct a trial without a jury and imposes a penalty greater than $300 fine or GRAIN Soybeans. Murphy, at River Forest, lu\v while in the Chicago area. Susin ,.„, , . . . . , .and Maureen stayed with Dr. afVA Many honor students and mod- ; Mrs vincenti during the conveft- el youths are nearsighted and can- 1 tion * { not read road signs and see dang- . . M .-'^$§ er in time to avoid accidents! TnMr - Murphy of . ^ when driving at high speeds," I °*. a nd . ele 8 a ^ s . A ;JJ', <•:#? said Dr. Roy W. Hinson of Fair- £ n °f Dubuque, field, president. "Since they are Jf^J K f yiofT p rly ' p , Mt „*£*!'• <r #4 good students and their vision isi^g; A' Tn ™«» frE&S^d fine for the classroom, they never | a " d Mark Langenfeld of E«jBft ^ vision handicap for; among others chosen at the stag- suspect a driving." Doctor Hinson, father of Dr. Rex Hinson of Carroll, said that both school and driving license tests of vision are too superficial, and that at least one driver in six gets a license without knowing $2.12' tnat ne nas a handicap that may l!l8l ma ^e nir r» a highway hazard. .59 Chicago Livestock "Young people should be taught the elements of safe driving vision," he declared. "They should ! know that speed greatly reduces A 240 ACRE FARM LOCATED 7 miles from Ft. Dodge. This farm is in high state of cultivation. 100% tillable. Has 8 rm. modern home with good set of out buildings. For quick settlement of estate the farm is priced at $335 per acre which includes landlord's share of corn and bean crop. John Gnam Real Estate. 67-199-2tc week, with barrows and gilts clos- of the effects of alcohol and fa ing 25 to mostly 50 cents lower; j tigue on vision. Most of all. they but sows were steady to 25 cents! should be made vision conscious higher. i so that they will, of their own in- CHICAGO in — (USDA)-Salable, itiative, keep their vision up to hogs 100. No 1 and 2 200-225 lb | par or drive within their limita- butchers and selected lots No 2jtiotis." and 3 220-240 lb butchers 21.10-j • 1 21.25; mixed grade lots 180-195 lb'^ — weights 19.25-20.50; No 1 to 3 325-|W CCOHOmy- (Continued from Page 1) Livestock Strayed 44 i FOR SALE: EXCEPTIONALLY STRAYED FROM THE FARM of Leo Irlbeck, Templeton, 2 white faced calves, weight about 450 lbs. Phone 21 H, Templeton. 44-200-3tc Pets 46 Business Services 14 LATEX "22" WALL PAINT, quick drying, glare-free finish in latest decorator colors. Washable. Use on all interior surfaces. $3.98 gal. $1.35 quart. Davis Paint Store. 14-183-tfc 8-HOUR CLEANING AND PRESS- ing service at HR Cleaners, where your clothes are always 20% cleaner. Dial 4333. HR - Cleaners. 14-184-tfc RADIATOR REPAIRING. R E coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed, Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-*8-tfc REPAIR SERVICE - RADIOS, Television Sets and Refrigerators. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. Carroll, Iowa. 14-193-6tc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-18tc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Sateway Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc WE SELL AND RECOMMEND quality Celotex asphalt shingles, firesafe, colorful, long lasting. Surprisingly economical in cost. Let us show you newest styles and colors. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-196-6tc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs; For a Free Estimate, Dial _ 2592. Gambles. 14-86-tfc FOR SALE: COLLIE PUPS. Vincent Wolterman, Arcadia. Ia. 46-200-3tp fine, 160 acre farm. Close to Ar cadia. Very good improvements. Modern home. Leo C. Schweers, Broker, Arcadia. 67-199-3tc Household Goods 51 WANTED: NIGHT COOK. APPLY Casino Cafe. 22-197-tfc WANTED: NIGHT AND DAY waitress. Apply in person. West End Cafe. 22-197-tfc WANTED: EXPERIENCED sales clerk. Apply in person. Waters Store. 22-196-tfc LADY TO WORK IN' LAUNDRY. Full time work. Deluxe Cleaners. 22-199-2tc WANTED: GIRL TO TRAIN AS dental assistant. Present, dental assistant will stay for some time during training period. Excellent salary. Dr. J. M. Shriver, Glidden. 22-199-2tc HOUSEKEEPER, 45 OR OVER, fulltime, modern house, boy 5 years old. Write Box A, c/o Daily Times Herald. 22-196-6tp LADY NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing Home. Phone 2889 . 22-198-tfc EXPERIENCED WAITRESS wanted. Apply in person. No Sundays. Coffee Shop. 22-198-tfc EXPERIENCED READY-TO- wear sales lady. Write Box L. J., c/6 Daily Times Herald. 22-198-3tc Situation Wanted 24 YOUNG MAN WANTS PERMA- nent farm job. Write Box D, c/o Salesman Wanted 25 MAJOR OIL CO. SOON TO HAVE sales position opening in Carroll area. Age 25-40. Co. life ins., medical benefits. All replies confidential. Address replies to Box L, c/o Daily Times Herald. 2S-195-6t.f! GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc USED 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE, vanity, chest and bed, $35.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-199-2tc FIVE GOOD, CLEAN USED electric ranges. $40.00 to $135.00. Heires Electric. 51-184-tfc OLD. ROUND DINING ROOM table, can be cut down, has crow feet. Phone 12 on 11, Arcadia. 51-198-3tp LARGE SELECTION OF USED refrigerators, freezers, TVs, radios, ranges. Choose yours now. Sporrer's TV. 51-196-tfc WILL RENT OR TRADE G. E. roll-around Vacuum Sweeper. $49.95. Heires Electric. 51-197-tfc FOR BETTER CLEANING, TO keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 51-200-ltc 191 ACRE FARM, $225 PER acre. Good stock and grain farm. Estate, must be sold. Battles Real Estate, Farm & Home Loan, Jefferson, Iowa, 67-198-30 THREE — 160 ACRE FARMS, from $135 to $150 per acre. Also three Carroll homes. Frank Hoffmann. 67-199-tfc FOR SALE: WELL IMPROVED, 120 acre farm. One mile from Arcadia. All tillable. See Leo C. Schweers, Broker, Arcadia. ^^^^^^^^^ Used Cars & Trucks 71 1954 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER deluxe 4-dr., power brakes and steering. Local can real sharp. Wittrock's. 71-197-tfc 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 CHICAGO tfr— The hog market; the ability to see danger from the 45 days imprisonment, the de- j declined generally during the ! side. They should be made aware fendant can demand and get a new trial before a jury. The overall maximum penalty provided by the bill is six months' imprisonment and $1,000 fine. Here is the way the contempt provision would work: The attorney general could seek federal court injunctions to halt violations or threatened violations of voting rights. Violators would risk court action. If the action were civil contempt, designed to induce obedience, there would be no jury trial. If it were criminal contempt, or punishment action, the compromise provisions disclosed Friday would apply. The final revised version of the bill also will specify that a provision forbidding unauthorized disclosure of evidence gathered in closed session by the proposed civil rights investigating commission does not apply against newsmen. This section provides penalties up to $1,000 fine and one year imprisonment for disclosure of such evidence without commission sanction. The final bill falls substantially short of the proposals Eisenhower made last year. But its jury trial provisions are not nearly so broad i were in cnarge o{ the church coun . as those the Democratic-controlled: c ^ Senate wrote in. | Leaving Tuesday Preserved from the Eisenhower j Pastor and Mrs H annemann bill, which was passed by the: wjth their tnree childreri| Phillip House without major change. are| D iel and Rebecca( wiU i eavt provisions for (1) a bipartisan in-! Tuesd A 27 for their new vestigatmg commission .and <2> ai „ Tn expect to visit Pas . 400 lb sows 18.75-20.00; 425-525 lbs 17.50-18.50. Salable cattle 200. Bulk choice activities of 102 shore establish- and good grade steers 2t.S0-24.25-. j merits around the country, high choice and prime fed heifers | Like the Air Force, the Navy Is 25.00-26.50; good to average choice i slowing deliveries of some new heifers 21.00-24.75; standard cows plans and is delaying placing or- 17,00-18.00; commercial cows 15.00- der s for some others. 16.50. utility cows 13.25-15.00, can- All of the services are slowing ners and cutters 11.00-13.50; utili- the rate of progress payments, ty and commercial bulls 16.50- which the services make to com- 18.75; standard to choice vealers j pan ies while military hardware is 17.00-25.00; most cull and utility grades 10.00-16.00. Salable sheep 100. Good and choice spring lambs 22.00-24.00; choice and prime grades 24.0025.00; cull to low good spring lambs 16.00-21.50; cull to choice K of C convention in Davenport- last May. The national convention opened with a pontifical high mass inv Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago, Tuesday morning, pontificated by. Cardinal Samuel Stritch with sermon by Bishop R. Zurosweste of Belleville, 111., state chaplain. A reception for delegates and their wives was given after the mass by Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago with Charles Carpentier. secretary of the State of Illinois representing the governor. Mr. Carpentier is a member of a' former Denison family. A states dinner in the grand ballroom of the Palmer House Tuesday night was attended by about 1,200 delegates and guests, including 11 bishops, two archbishops. Cardinal Stritch, Mayor Daley and Mr. Carpentier. Principal speakers were Cardinal Stritch and Luke Hart of New Haven, Conn., supreme commander. Tours for ladies were arranged Wednesday and- Thursday. Mr. Murphy will give a complete report of the convention at the next meeting of Charles Carroll Council No. 780 in JCnights of Columbus hall here Monday night, September 9.' slaughter ewes 5.00-7.00. Hannemonn- (Continued from Page 1) New Service for Kindergartners in Manning Schools being produced. This is expected to reduce, the cash outlay by more than 170 million dollars. The Marine Corps dropped 10,000 from its recent military strength of nearly 200,000, but the corps still has a built-in floor. Mndergarten pupils is being in Congress has ordered the Marines aufiur .f ted this V ear accordine to !°_. ma ^ ain ,^ ee _• «52 ImmLm Baley.' Noon^bus routes will transport the children (TlmM H«r«ld Newt Service) MANNING — A new service for three air wings, although it did not stipulate the number of men in these units to and from school. In the past, Tho A,.™,, «,m K« 1c parents were required to get their The Army will be down to 16, „,„,,„„„.„ division, previously headquartered leave ] hi Japan. Auto Service 75 USED APPLIANCES 1 White Aluminum Tub Maytag Washer „ $55.00 1 Porcelain Tub G.E. Washer, good condition $45.00 1 Universal Gas Range, excellent condition $65.00 1 30-gal. Gas Water Heater, excellent condition $60.00 1 Frigidaire Automatic Washer $55.00 DREES Plumbing & Heating 51-199-6tc 53 RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's ' Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought fof Vour Club orPrivat* P»rty Reierv* Our RANCH ROOM Accommodations for 50 Paqpla Family Style Dinner* Served from $1.25 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "LOVING YOU" With Elvis Presley 8TARLINE BALLROOM Weatera Iowa's Finest SATURDAY, AUG. 24 The Dixielanders TUESDAY, AUG. 27 Leo Daeges and Orch. You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment , In Carroll Wanted to Buy WANTED: USED PIANO. PHONE 2428 or write P. O. Box 301, Carroll. 53-199r2tc WE NEED USED WATCHES! Liberal trade-in for your old watch, on a new Elgin, Bulova or Eterna-Matic watch. Loehr and Shriver, Jewelers. 58-200-ltc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc FOR SALE: REMINGTON ROLL- lectric razor, nearly new. Dial 3645. 55-200-ltc USED GULBRANSEN PIANO 9x12 rug pad, cheap. Phone 49 Dedham. 55-199.3tc 220 - 5 H. P. WESTINGHOUSE electric motor; Stewart Warner refrigerator, both A-l condition. 425 East '5th. 55-206*6tc WANT AOS PAY YOU OASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTK AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pair I . . . Depend on our expert servicing to keep your car at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-lll-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc tor Hannemann's parents at Ethan, S. D., for a few days before going to Cheyenne. Pastor Hannemann will be in charge of a new mission station that is being opened in Cheyenne. This will be the second Missouri Synod Lutheran Church in Cheyenne. Construction on the new church was begun on Aug. 5 and is expected to be completed about Oct. 15. Loveless- (Continued from Pag# 1) sources REMINDER I HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work donel You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all mnkes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc Additions Mode To Personnel of Lake City Schools (Times Herald News Sen-fee) LAKE CITY — Carl Jenkins of Lanesboro has been added to the roll of bus drivers for the Lake City community schools, Mrs; Jerry Van Horn has been hired as assistant secretary in the high school office. Mrs. J&e Larson has signed a contract to teach half days in the junior high school. GRADUATES IN GERMANY FUESSEN, Germany ^ Specialist Third Class Roscoe E. EAfleld. son of Mrs. Ada P. Enfield, 115 Elm St., Coon Rapids, la., recently was graduated from the small arms maintenance course at the Army's European Ordnance School In Fuessen, Germany. After graduation ceremonies, Specialist Enfield returned to his regular duties with the 5th Truck Company. He entered the army in May, 1955, and received basic training at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Enfield was last stationed at Fort Eustis, Va... and arrived in Europe in March of this yesr- Enfield attended Coon Rapids Public High School, VISIT IN CHICAGO (TlmM Herald News gen-tce) HALBUR — Irene Riesenberg, Florence Riesenberg and Mary Jane Berger left Friday for Chicago for a weekend visit with Irene's and Florence's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wernimont. special division in the Department of Justice, under an assistant attorney general, to handle civil rights matters. Limitation Remains But the plan to authorize the attorney general to seek federal injunctions in support of a broadly- defined assortment of rights was cut back by the Senate to apply to voting rights only. That limitation remains in the compromise bill. The Senate also wrote in jury guarantees for criminal contempt trials not only in voting right cases but in many other kinds of, federal injunction actions. The j tions from out-of-state compromise contains a strictly j wh(5 £h have^come into Iowa limited jury trial guarantee and '" ru ~ """* t "'" 1 " confines it to voting rights cases. Comments of the congressional leaders who announced the compromise at a hastily summoned news conference late Friday in the office of House speaker Rayburn (D-Tex) emphasized the give and take that had occurred. While Rayburn said briefly he would support the compromise, House Republican Leader Martin of Massachusetts said, "it is not all I would like to have but I think it is the best that can be secured under present conditions." Senate Democratic Leader Lyn- last two sessions of the Legisla- j church tn Newell with the Rev, don B. Johnson of Texas said the ture - _ ,, | Arthur C. Marston of Storm Lake compromise was "the price of set-, He sald Asst Att ^ GenJ DonM \ officiating. L, win t ui and not too; Swanson ' wno is assign^ ko ald | Singers were: Mr. and Mrs. the investigation committee, will; Marvel Oldsen. Mrs. Calvin Old- ask the Senate committee which sen and Kenneth Bircher. Judith questioned Hoffa for a transcript • N e ] SO n was the organist of his testimony McNeal said the investigation : sen> Marcus Christiansen, Arthur group wants to know where the; 7 Nelson, Don Wise, I, M. Jor- money came from, to whom it was! gensen an( j Henry Christiansen, paid, who endorsed the checks and; JOHN JAMES STROUD (Time* Herald News Reniee) SCR ANTON — John James Louie Dammann will drive the kindergarten bus. NEW CLERK AT MANNING (Time* Herald Ktw» Service) MANNING — Leo Kerwin, who has been employed at the Manning Oil Co. for 23 years, is now a clerk in the state liquor store. He succeeds Claus Claussen, 'who is one of the state employees retired j^er reaching the age of 70. Deaths and Funerals The committee certainly will be interested in knowing where the outside funds are coming from," he said. "The indication certainly is that there has been an attempt from outside the state to influence the outcome of Iowa elections." McNeal expressed the opinion that much of the campaign money sent into Iowa from outside the state has been connected with a drive to gain repeal of the state's so-called "right to work" law, which bans closed shop and union j cfausen of Sac City, nine grand- shop labor contracts. 'children and one great-grandchiW. McNeal was chairman of the | F j na i r jt es were held Saturday- House Labor Committee in the j afternoon at 2:30 at the Baptist ting a bill this year high. 'True Compromise' Senate Republican Leader Knowland, principal Republican manager of the bill in the House, said the bill is "a true compromise, not a surrender ... no more like the bill that went through the Senate than black is white." Those who voiced opposition to the compromise included Sens. Russell (D-Gal, a leader of the forces fighting civil rights legislation, and Olin Johnston (D-SC). Russell said "the so-called com-, promise proposed to the leadership conference, does great vio through what account it was handled. The legislative investigating group was set up by the 1957 Legislature. Its job is to study election laws, campaign practices and campaign funds and make recommendations for changes in the law. Although the election and campaign study was the main reason Stroud, 75, of Scranton died of a heart condition at 1:30 p-m. Friday at St. Anthony Hospital, where he had been admitted Thursday. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Methodist Church here, with the Rev. Robert E. Parris officiating. Burial will be in the Scranton cemetery. _ The body is remaining at the' Huffman Funeral Home here until Monday noon, when it will be taken to the church. Mr. Stroud, son of William George and Emily Stroud, was born in Willow Township, Greene County. He'farmed in Willow Township until he moved to Scranton in 1926. Unmarried, he is survived by one brother, William Frederick . Stroud of Bagley. He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister. Mary E. Stroud, and one brother, George Stroud. Mr. Stroud was a member of the First Methodist Church here. ., j He was presently serving as a Pallbearers wnre^ Clifford Old- j director of the telephone company. _ »» nt..i.u A -, .._ ^ e ^ ac j previously been a director of the Farmers Cooperative elevator. Mr. Stroud was a member 0! the First Methodist Church, th« Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges. CARL L. NELSON (Timet Herald Nexrt Serriea) LAKE VIEW-Carl Ludwig Nelson died early Thursday morning at the Loring Hospital in Sac City where he had been a patient for two weeks. Mr. Ludwig, a former Newell resident, lived with his son Fredrick, and family for the past 11 years. Born March 17. 1870, in Denmark, he was the son of Soren and Pauline Nelson. His wife, Blenda Bengsten, passed away March 27, 1929. He is survived by his son Fredrick and one daughter, Mrs. Hilda lence to the fundamental right" ofi ? r settin « U P the committee, its jury trial in criminal contempt! first W^y concerned reports of ! attempts to pad bids to the State Highway Commission and rumors of irregularities in highway commission land purchases for highway rights-of-way. Only at its last meeting did the committee get started on its scrutiny of election matters. McNeal said Hoffa's testimony had expi- dited the committee's probe and given^it added Impetus. cases. Johnston said of the leaders who worked out the compromise: "I thoroughly disapprove of their tactics and their compromise," •* Halbur Society Ploni Communion Meeting (Timet Herald Newt Servtee) HALBUR — Sixty members of the Holy Name Society attended the monthly meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall, with John Riesberg, president, presiding. A communion breakfast will be held September 8. The Rev. L. J. Greteman spoke on various topics. A social hour followed the meeting. On the lunch committee were Peter Potthoff and Art Hinners assisted by Ed Sibenaller and Carl Schenkelberg, MONUMENTS Compara quality, •hip and prlct workman- and you'll buy your monwmant from Me- PhariotvCampball. McPherson* Campbell Aeroii (rem Ctn Co. rem Ctmttory j — Catron, low* Optn Sundayt f Till S Across Phono ills — Caff Mrs. Gertrude Korte Seattle, Wssh. — Age 79 Rosary 8:00 p. m. Saturday. Twit Funeral Chapel. Rotary 8:00 p. m. Sunday, led by Msgr, p. H. Orotamsn. Requiem Mass 9:00 a. m. Monday, S5. Peter aV Paul's Church. final Retting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery. TWIT Joseph W. Gietz Carroll — Age 89 Rotary 8 p. m. Saturday. Twit Funeral Chapel. Rotary 8 p. m. Sunday, led by Msgr. P. H. Gretemai Requiem Matt 10:30 a. nv. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Mtgr. P. H. Greteman officiating. Final Retting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

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