Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 26, 1957 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, August 26, 1957
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Lake View Team Pulls To 2nd Place DES MOINES <#)—Sunday was a big day at the Iowa State Fair as 71.445 persons passed through the gates, nearly 4,000 more than were on hand for the first Sunday last year. Through the first five days this year, more than 186,000 persons have attended the fair, compared with slightly more than 179,000 during the first five days in 1956. Program highlights Sunday were the sheepshearing contest at the livestock pavilion and the team pulling contest for horses. The team of Carl Moss, Logansport, Ind„ took top honors by pulling 3,500 pounds—and the truck on which the weight was mounted, 15 feet, 9 inches. Second place was taken by Harold Whited of Lake View and third place by D. T. Nichols, Gunn City, Mo. SCOUTS HONORED . . . Marking the Jubilee Jamboree of the Boy Scout movement, this special British stamp features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth and the Scout emblem, framed with a length of rope. The 50th anniversary of scouting Is marked by the dates of 1907 and 1957 at the top of the VA pence Issue, which Is colored red. China Demand Stalemates News Plan NOT SO COLD Although 1,700 miles closer to the North Pole than New York City, Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, has an - average January temperature only one degree lower than that of the IfiS. metropolis. ••• Wm. Jenneweins Return from Trip To Wisconsin Delis (Times Herald »w* Service) ! BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Wil-j liam Jennewein and son, Billy, re-1 turned Wednesday night from- a: trip to the Wisconsin Dells. En; route, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bohnenkamp at Manchester. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller and Mrs. Margaret Bruning Wednesday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Alois Miller, Carroll; Mrs. Wayne Ellison, Gerald and Gilda. Creston: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice and family, Carnarvon. Pvt. Raphael Wolterman, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Wolterman, has been transferred to Fort Chaffee, Ark. Mrs. Glenn Neumayer and baby daughter returned Wednesday from St. Anthony Hospital. By JOHN RODERICK HONG KONG i*-Plans to send American newsmen into Communist China appeared stalemated today by a Peiping demand fo'r reciprocal U.S. admission of Red Chinese reporters. The State Department promptly rejected the Communist demand. Radio Peiping announced Sunday night that the State Department's decision to allow 24 U.S. reporters to work in Red China for six months "is completely unacceptable to the Chinese people." Wants Reciprocal Treatment The Chinese government "expects Chinese correspondents to be given reciprocal treatment to go to America to report," the broadcast commentary from the official Peiping People's Daily said. Secretary of State Dulles' announcement in Washington Thurs! day permitting American newsmen in Communist China for the- first time in eight years said the ; United States "will not accord | reciprocal visas to Chinese bearing passports issued by the Chi- I nese Communist regime." The broadcast said the State Department is trying to "send people into our country to search out opportunities to create trouble. , . . The wrecking activities of the U.S. government will come Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, Aug. U, 1957 to nothing and will never to be tolerated by the people of China." Eleven of the 24 Americans were waiting here for answers to visa applications. The Peiping broadcast did not say specifically no visas would be issued until the State Department changed its stand, but that appeared to be its implication. American Voice A full text of the Peiping commentary was read by what veteran radio monitors said was obviously a young American's voice. Forty-one American youths are now in Red China as guests of the government, and 12 American Korean war turncoats also are still on the mainland. "Fundamentally, the U.S. government is not considering the principle of equality and reciprocity at all. but wants to collect intelligence in China through its correspondents, carry out subversive activities and embitter feelings between the Chinese and American peoples,". the broadcast said. "Keeping to its consistent policy, the Chinese government will continue to work for contacts and mutual understanding between the Chinese and American peoples." The two Western nations that now have reporters permanently stationed in Red China, Britain and France, permit correspondents of the New China News Agency to work in London and Paris. Dulles Balks Officials in Washington said Dulles agreed to lower his bar to American travel in China because of heavy press and congressional pressure. But he was reported unwilling to pay a price of Chinese reporters in the United States in retuVh for getting Americans into China. Some U.S. officials said the exchange suggestion may have been made primarily for propaganda purposes and might be dropped later. . In New York, the American Society of Magazine Photographers and the National Press Photographers Assn. criticized Dulles' policy because it barred photographers from China. A joint statement by the two organizations, said the limitation to 24 reporters, with no provision for photographers, was "drastic discrimination" and "a serious abridgement of prgss freedom." Ed Soppe Family Visits in Illinois And Eastern Iowa • (Timet Herald New* Serriee) DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Soppe and sons, Gary and Ronnie, left Friday noon for Burlington, where they will visit relatives in Davenport, Tipton and Cedar Rapids and will make a business trip to Rock Island and Moline, 111,, before returning home. They plan to be gone about a week. Mrs. Soppe's mother, who is making her home with them, left Wednesday" for Vail, where she plans to spend the week' with her sister, Mrs. Mary Wordekemper. Clyde Rogers and son, Walter, are reported doing nicely in St. Anthony Hospital at Carroll. Larry Billmiere returned home from St. Anthony Hospital Tuesday, where he was taken 10 days earlier following an automobile accident in which he suffered head and face injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Agnew and Mrs., Harold Harvey of D e s Moines were callers Thursday in the home of Mrs. Minnie Pomeroy. Jim Axman was a business visitor Thursday in Winterset. • May Hear Sonic Booms In This Area OMAHA m — Residents in an area bounded by Des Moines, Omaha, and St. Joseph, Mo., may feel slight repercussions this week as two new F100 Sabre Jet planes break the sound barrier in training and demonstration flights. A Strategic Air Command spokesman at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha said Sunday the repercussions, called "sonic booms," might be heard on the ground even though the planes will fly at altitudes above 30,000 feet. "Sonic booms" sound like explosions and often cause the ground or windows in buildings to vibrate. Two F100 Sabre Jets completed a flight from Los Angeles to Omaha in two hours Sunday, flying at an'average speed of 600 miles an hour. ONE-NOTE DRUMS A kettledrum gives only one note at a time. Since it takes time to alter all the screws, two or three kettledrums, each tuned to a different note, are used in an orchestra or band, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. FRIENDS KEEP TELLING FRIENDS - AND IN THEY This is one of those sales that get bigger and bigger as friends keep telling friends about the amazing savings, the deep cut prices in this tremendous event. And folks who have been here before come again and again, to be sure they have been able to get their share of the astonishing bargains. Don't let anything prevent YOU from sharing in the bargains! Leave the dishes in the sink... leave the baby with the neighbors, but hurry, hurry to this sale. SIMMONS 30-Inch Rollaway Bed With very good quality innerspring mattress. $29.95 August Sale Hollywood Bed Set Fine quality innerspring, large casters for easy moving. Beautiful black and white plastic headboard, August Sale $39.95 ORTHO-POSTURE Innerspring Mattress AND BOX SPRING Advertised at $59.50 Mattress or Matching Spring Each $44.55 &-PIECB Dining Room Suite With 38-inch china — Large drop leaf table. 4 extra sturdy ghairs. — New casual-tone walnut. 6-Pieee Sat Complete Rest V Life Mattress Full size multiple coil innerspring. made by the makers of the famous nationally advertised mattresses. Full size. Reg. $49.50 <£J9 88 Just Recelvedl A Large Shipment ©* Platform Rockers All sizes. Colors and wood finishes. All reduced during rest of August sale. Some with foam rubber cushions. August Sale Prices $19.95 $77.55 Wrought Iron Chairs Silken black iron legs and arms, upholstered in long wearing sturdy Twilltex in brilliant colors. August Sale $9.00 OUR BIGGEST CARPET SALE IN THE HISTORY OF THIS STORE HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY VALUES IN OUR HUGE CARPET STOCKI 12-ft. Imported Wilton Carpet ASU J ft* $9.45 A lovely medium beige all wool carpet that sells regularly for several dollars more per yard. 12-FT. NEW MODERN Tweed Pattern Carpet August Sale—Sq. Yd. $7.95 Long wearing richness and beauty, wool and viscose, extra long staple wool too. U-FOOT New Tweed Carpet Aug. Sale—Sq. Yd. $5.00 One of our best sellers. Lovely beige or green. 320 CARPET PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM—BIGELOW, ALEXANDER SMITH, GULISTAN AND MANY OTHERSI DISCONTINUED Carpet Samples Big 27x54 size. One of a kind Wiltons, Velvets, Ax- minsters. Values to $18.00. To Go at $5.00 BIG GLEAMING FLAWLESS Plate Glass Mirrors 16x22 Sixe Mirror 18x26 Sixe Mirror $7.95 $9.95 Sofa Pillows Brilliant covers. — While they last! Each $1.00 Complete Living Room Group, 9 Beautiful Pieces • Studio that makes into comfortable bed in rich beige tweed. • Matching Platform Rocker. • Two lovely Step Tables in Lime Oak. • Matching Coffee Table. • Two Modern Table Lamps. • Two Sofa Pillows. ALL FOR THIS LOW, LOW AUGUST SALE PRICE CURTAINS AT SALE PRICES TMJLON LACE PANELS 31x81 in. No ironing, color locked miracle fabric. White. $1.00 Panel SHEER RAYON PANEL 42x81 Complete Living Room Group 9 Beautiful Pieces • Davenport and Chair in rich green tweed. • Two Oak Step Tables. • Two Lovely Table Lamps. • Two Sofa Pillows. ALL FOR THIS LOW, LOW AUGUST SALE PRICEI Complete $149.50 $1.00 Each No Money Down — 36 Months to Pay 5-Piece Blonde Oak Bedroom Suite • 4 drawer double dresser, 58 inches long, 4 drawers, 28x38 inch f lass mirror, drawer chest of drawers. • Full size bookcase bed. • Simmons coil spring and innerspring mattress. Complete Set at Low, Low (170 OK August Sale Price ^1/ T.TJ No Money Down — 36 Months to Pay CAFE CURTAINS and many other style* reduced for August Salel 3-Piece Casual Tone Blonde Bedroom Suite • Truly a beautiful suite. • 44-inch double dresser, 8 drawers, partitioned drawer bottoms are center drawer guided. • 31-inch chest of drawers with 4 drawers, glass mirror on dresser. • Full size bookcase bed. • If you want a suit for the spare bedroom, this is it. Aygutt d^*T ZE Sal* Price f«W No Money Down — 36 Month* to Pay $179.50 Complete No Down Payment — 36 Months to Pay 3-Piece Blonde Oak Bedroom Suite • Big roomy double dresser with big plate glass^ mirror. • Pull size bookcase bed. • Large chest of drawers. Aug. Sal* Price $199.50 5-Pc. Chrome Breakfast Set • Big 30x45 inch table. • Gray mar-proof table top. • Matching extra extension table leaf. • Four heavy upholstered chairs. $54.60 No Monty Dowry— H Months te P »y i Aug. Sole 7-Pc. Extra Heavy Bronie or Bltek Breakfast • Big 36-inch table with mar-proof top. • Two matching extra leave*, seats 10 people. • Includes 6 fully upholstered chairs. • Choice of colore. Aug. Sole $99JO Mo Monty Down— 3* Months t* P*y No Money Down — 36 Month* to Pay S-PIICi CHROME Breakfast Suite • Big 36-inch table with new white and black tweed top. • Four matching chrome chairs, upholstered. ' « Five beautifully matched piece*. t2 $8950 No Monty Down—I* Month* to Fiy S4 ROLLS Of Drapery Fabric ON SALE. Bark cloth, sail cloth and sheers, all on sale for this August Bargain Festival! up to i oft Ne Money Down—M Month* te Pay Easy Monthly Payments Free Delivery

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