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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS Up to SO word*.. ft ov«r 30 words_ _$1.25 ..4c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch «1.20 CUMified dlsplayi taken until 10 a. m. day Of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9-30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word Scents Two days, per word ______ scents Three days, per word____ 12 Four days, per word. Five days, per word- Six days, per word— T _i* cents ,14 cents .16 cents 18 cents Announcements OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience. Andy Balk Men's Wear. 6-189-tfc SHOP AND SAVE NOW 111! 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 T.V. SNOW STORM? CALL 9513 for service. Latest, modern testing equipment plus trained serviceman. Guaranteed parts, service. Sporrer's T.V. 6-201-6tc MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN — Budget all your insurance premiums to one easy monthly payment. Kratoska Insurance, 6-201-5tc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS EXTRA SAFETY LOW INTEREST RATE See Phil Dennis Sec.-Treas. National Farm Loan Association Over Woolworth's — CarroU 12-2-5tC 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- lng service at HR Cleaners, where your clothes are always 20% cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-184-tfc RADIATOR REPAIRING. R E- ooring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. CarroU Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc Business Services 14 WANTED: RADIO, TV AND AN- tenna repairing and Installation. AH makes and models. Guaranteed parts and service. Phone ^HJSjJDonV^ Good Things to Eat 18 CLUB 30-THE HOUSE OF PIZZA —where Fresh Pizza is served to order. 9 varieties. 18-193-tfc JUMBO SHRIMP till SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc BRENNY'S MARKET IS NOW located in the new building (across the street from old store) offering you easier shopping, wider selection and everyday low food prices. 18-201-ltc Special "Homemade" ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperoni, Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Minutes. PAULINE'S CAFE 18J££5t£ Male Help Wanted 21 Livestock for Salt 41 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. Livestock Strayed 44 STRAYED FROM THE FARM of Leo Irlbeck, Templeton, 2 white faced calves, weight about 450 lbs. Phone 21 H, Templeton. 44-2O0-3tc Pets 46 FOR SALE: COLLIE PUPS. Vincent Wolterman, Arcadia, la. 46-200-3tp Household Goods 51 GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc FOUR GOOD USED TANK TYPE vacuum sweepers. $10 and $12. Upright sweepers $3.00 and $5.00. Heires Electric Co. 51-201-tfc WANTED: YOUNG MAN. CALL in person. Thompson Cleaners. _Phone _3852. 21-201-tfc Female Help Wanted 22 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 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 REPAIR SERVICE — RADIOS,. Television Sets and Refrigerators. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, Carroll, Iowa. !4-l93-6tc GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable occasion. 14-126-ltc CALL 3825—DEPEND ON THOMPSONS Cleaners modern dry cleaning and pressing to keep you looking your best every day. 14-159-ltc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . Photographs, certificates, paintings. Three day service. Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-110-ltc FOOTBALL SHOES, SWEAT S o c k 8, Supporters. Footballs. Everything for all age groups. The Uptown Club. 14-201-tfc IT'S FALL PAINTING TIME! Finest quality • Kentucky Red Barn Paint. Heavy bodied, rich red color that really holds its color. Reg. $3.50, NOW $2.60 gal. in 5 gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-201-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST- tc-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-18to FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see RelnArt Service. New location across street west of Satoway. Ph. ,126. 14-86-tfo 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-etc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs; For a Free Estimate, Dial _359-. Gambles. 14-88-tfc GIRL WANTED FOR NIGHT work. Apply in person. Carroll Bakery. 22-201-3tc EXPERIENCED WAITRESS wanted. Apply in person. No Sundays. Coffee Shop. 22-198-tfc FIVE GOOD, CLEAN USED electric ranges. $40.00 to $135.00. Heires Electric. 51-184-tfc WILL RENT OR TRADE G. E. roll-around Vacuum Sweeper. $49.95. Heires Electric. 51-197-tfc A SAFE BET, TRIED IT YET? Blue Lustre for cleaning carpets. It's tops. Matt Furniture Co. 51-201-ltc LIGHT GREY STUDIO COUCH. Excellent condition. Reasonable. Phone 2831. 51-201-2tc USED 5-PC. CHROME BREAK- fast set, $20.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-201-2tc SECOND COOK, NIGHTS. PAUL- in's Cafe. 22-201-3tc MIDDLE AGED LADY SALES clerk. Some bookkeeping. Steady work. Write Box BC, c/o Times Herald. 22-201-3tc LADY TO WORK IN LAUNDRY, full time work. Deluxe Cleaners. 22-201-2tc Farm Products 31 LARGE LEGHORN PULLETS. Starting to lay. $1.50. Norbert Tigges, Soranton. : 3l-200-3tp Hatcheries 32 FEED IS HIGH. LET OUR Experts cull your hens now. Phone 3426. Masterline Farm Service. , 32-200-3tp FOR SALE: AMES RELIABLE 27% Balancer. A proven feed to produce more eggs at less cost. Kruse Hatchery, W. on Hwy. 30. ; 32-lJ97-6tc Farm Machinery 33 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 FOR SALE: 1-12A COMBINE with PTO; 1-12A Combine with motor. Both combines guaranteed. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-195-ltC Seeds & Feeds 34 HOG RAISERS, YOU CAN MAKE a high efficiency finishing ratio for $49.50 to $53.70 a ton with Foxcentrate 45 (includes the cost , of your own grain). Kloser Seed Store. 34-20M2tc 3RD CUTTING ALFALFA HAY. Cyril Schoeppner, Templeton, Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 50 CHOICE PB Duroc boars'. Double vac. Wayne Ranniger, 3 West and $% No. of Manning. 4i-20i-tfc PAINT STORE Joe Dalhoff, Owner USED APPLIANCES 1 White Aluminum Tub Maytag Washer $65.00 1 Porcelain Tub G.E. Washer, good condition__.$46.00 1 Universal Gas Range, excellent condition __.$65.00 1 30-gal. Gas Water Heater, excellent conditioiu..$60.00 1 Frigidaire Aut o m a t i c Washer = $55.00 DREES Plumbing £r Heating 51-19B-6tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc 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. 55-200-6tc 40 FT. STEEL DAVID-BRADLEY elevator. 3-14" Case plow on rubber. 150 yearling Leghorn hens. Dial 4087. Paul Grote. 55-201-2tp BABYHOOD WONDA CHAIR and stroller combination. Dial 4087. Paul Grote. 55-201-2tp 60 Room for Rent ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-201-7tc Houses for Sale 63 INCOME PROPERTY, GOOD Location. Dial 9703. 63-198-6tc FOR SALE: 2-BEDROOM HOME, excellent condition. Dial 3762. 63-201-ltc 4 ROOMS AND BATH. CITY heat. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Ph. 9376. 63-201-6tC NEW, 3-BEDROOM HOME. SO. side. Good sized bedrooms with lots of closet space. Nice kitchen, full basement. Buy on contract. Only $1,500 down. Balance like rent. See Pudenz Real Estate. Dial 9342. 68-201-3tc NICE N. SIDE SMALL HOME, with an extra lot. Good location. House ready to move into. Priced at $5,250.00, Liberal terms. Burns Real Estate Office, 212 West Fifth St. 63-201-ltc Houses for Rent 64 FOR RENT: 2-BEDROOM, BRICK home. Well arranged, Garage. Apartment for Rent 65 FURNISHED, 3 ROOMS AND bath. Dial 320f. 65-191-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial Nao. w-aio-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, CarroU, Iowa. ______ 65-58-ltc APT. FOR RENT, S ROQM* AND bath, all utilities furnished, close to town. Dial 2374, 66-201-2te WINTER IS COMING-BE COZY in a comfortable city heated apartment-4 rooms and bath, a rooms and bath. Dial 3819. 65>26l-6tc Farms lor- Sale 67 FOR SALEi EXCEPTIONALLY fine, 160 acre farm. Close to Arcadia. Very good improvements. Modern home. Leo C. Schweers, Broker, Arcadia. 87 «l9e -8tc WANT ADS PAT YOU CASH FOR TOUR DON'T WANTS Farms for Sale 67 191 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. 67-199-Stc FOR SALE: 230 A. CALHOUN County farm. Can be bought on contract, 15 yrs. to pay. Low down payment. Modern house. • Lots of other bldgs. Let us show you this good productive farm. Burns Real Estate Office, 212 ^JVejtjmSL 67-201-ltc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1954 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER deluxe 4-dr„ power brakes and steering, Local car, 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 Auto Service 75 RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pair! . . . Depend on our expert servicing to keep your car at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-111-tfc The Daily Record WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done! You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all DUikes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc Vacation Tune-up Special Check, test, and reset spark plugs, check and set distributor points, adjust generator and carburetor, check starter, compression, and fuel pump pressure, set ignition timing, check battery, tighten fan belt, change gear lubricants, adjust overhead valves, overhaul carburetor. Now Only $15.95 Reg. $22.50 (Parts Extra) Bill Burgess Motors Friendly Ford Dealer 3rd and Main — Phone 3501 . Carroll, Iowa 75-165-ltc ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. A. H. Reiman, Carroll. Dwight O. Bluml, Carroll. Richard C. Ross, Gray. Jorgen H. Jorgensen, Manilla. Larry C. Barr, Rt. 1, Scranton. Mrs. Minnie Meurer, Exira. Irene Bruening, Carroll. Meinhardt L. Steckelberg, Rt. 1, Manilla. William H. Noblling, Carroll. Joseph R. White, Westside. Dismissals- Mrs. Donald A. Wtlberdlng, Arcadia. Mrs. Dale Heddinger and baby, Carroll. • Mrs. Ray B. Hamers, Carroll L. David Arts, Carroll. Caroline Grundmeier, Arcadia. Mrs. Albert Neumayer, Breda. Mrs. Amos K, Rutz and baby, Manning. Mrs. Vernice H. Forke and baby, Carroll. Mrs. John C. Hoebing and baby, Breda. Charles Richards, Coon Rapids. Danny F. Assmann, B u e n a Park, Calif. Mrs. Edward P. Carleen, Auburn. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Jones Jr., Manning, a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril J. Friedman, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berning, Carroll, a son, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Schmitz, Arcadia, a son, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Irlbeck, Westside, a daughter. Monday. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ..... Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats $2.11 . 1.18 _. .59 Chicago Grain Thcte Market* the Humphrey Legal Notices WHEAT Sept. Dee. Hlflrb 217% 223* Low 216 221% March 228* 224% May 321H 220H CORN Sept. 126* 128 % Dec. 12614 125 March May 130% 133 # 129% 132^ OATS Sept. 65% 6S14 Dec. 68% 68 V4 March 70%May 71 £ SOT BEAN'S Sept. 2^0 70% 70% 237Vi Kov. 23714 23414 Jan. 241 238 H LARD sept. Oct. Dec. 12.40 12.60 13.05 12.27 12.50 12.90 are Furnished by Grata Company Pra-. 216 221 221 224 224% 22O14 220% 12614 125% 130 13314 133H 65% 68% 70 \ 70% 239 \ 240 237 127V4 241 12.37 12.60 13.05 217% 22354 223 \ 226'* 226* 221* 221% 126 \ 126% 1261'. 126* 130 H 133% 66 66 H 69 71* 238 V 239 235 * 236 239 * 239 \ 12.52 12.72 13.02 Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa #% Monday, Aug. 24, 1957 ^ Ike(Continued from Pag* 1) James C. Hagerty said Hauge saw the President Wednesday immediately after returning from a trip to Buenos Aires. Hauge was stricken with illness Thursday. Craven, who became 111 last Wednesday, had been in a group of photographers making pictures of the President in his office early last week. Both cases have been tentatively diagnosed as Asiatic flu although a final, decision must await laboratory teat*. Neither Hauge nor Craven is seriously ill. Hagerty said he assumed that White House staff members likely to come into close contact with the President would be vaccinated as further protection for the Chief Executive. However, none of the presidential aides has received a shot as yet, Hagerty said. Loveless(Continued from Page 1) would run slightly over 148 million dollars a year. Balance Sarsfield said the state finished the biennium which ended last June 30 with an unencumbered balance in the general fund of $39,769,643. Of that amount the state apparently would have to spend around 15 million dollars in 1957-59, leaving a balance on July 1. 1959 of $24,589,824. Sarsfield estimated the sales and use tax will bring in a total of $73,822,692 in the first year of the current biennium and $71,375,659 from July 1, 1958. to June 30, 1959. He explained that the differecne between the two years is that receipts for the last quarter of the 1956-1957 fiscal year, which came in after July I, are figured in the first year total. This is partly offset, he said, by a growth factor of 2 per cent which was figured for sales tax collections in the second year. Sarsfield also estimated the individual income tax would bring $27,418,496 in the year ending next June 30, and $27,966,866 in the second year of the biennium. Deaths and Funerals* MRS. GERTRUDE KORTE Final rites were held at 9'a.m. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church for Mrs. Gertrude Korte, 79, of Seattle, Wash., formerly of Carroll, who died August 16. The Rev. Robert Kirschbaum offered the requiem mass and gave the sermon! He also officiated at graveside rites in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dr. L. J. Drees. L. J. Rohner. Joseph A. Rohner, Joe Roth, John Mattes and Nick Mueller. Mrs. Korte was the widow of George W. Korte, an attorney, who practiced law here with the late Judge B. I. Salinger before the family left Carroll about 50 years ago to reside in the west. Mrs. Korte was the former Gerrude Drees, daughter of the late some Army equipment during a recess in the target practice. When Mrs. Sakai and other Japanese started to pick up shell casings, Girard told her and Hidetsugu Onozeki in Japanese, "Old man, old woman, okay." He then fired an empty cartridge which missed Onozeki's feet and the latter fled. Then, as Mrs. Sakai approached, Girard ran toward her shouting, "Get out of here." Holding the rifle in his right arm he fired a blank at her from a distance of 25 feet and she fell. The defense attorney said the soldier had hoped to warn away the shell pickers with an "unusual noise" produced by firing the blank casings. *§ Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Drttfc$t Carroll pioneers, .' ' * ? Surviving are one son, Gregdty "f, Korte of WaMwlck, N. J., an. four ; grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Ktortev 1 arrived here Saturday to attend • -> the funeral rites. Besides her husband and ' ents, Mrs. Korte was preceded death by two sons, Norbert _nd\ Guido, a daughter, Gertrude; twft > sisters, Mrs. Alice Glarum and;V Mrs. Anthony (Peant) James, atldi, one brother, Frank Drees. Girard(Continued from Page 1) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OT EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA7 CARROLL COUNTY, SC. No. 7414 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as executor of the estate of John W. Berger deceased, late of CarroU County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having .claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Orval Berger, Executor Erwln H. Hansen, Attorney Dated August 10, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court Aug. 12, 19, 26, 1957 DeForest(Continued from Page 1) ers mounted in twin cabinets resembling grandfather clocks which stand in opposite corners of his spacious living room. De Forest, tallish and lean in build, showed obvious pride in this. And his bright blue eyes twinkled when questioned about the many honors and awards marking achievements of his past. But he talked mainly of the future. His chief research project at the moment is an experiment to produce electricity from the light of a gag flame. He has constructed a thermopile of selenium cells and a Welsbach burner and says of it: "The whole assembly offers some promise of being economical In operation." De ForeBt was born at Council Bluffs, Iowa, Aug. 26, 1873, the son of Henry S. and Anna Robbins de Forest. He was graduated from Mount Herman, Mass., Boys' School and also took his college studies in the East. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO Butcher hogs sold 25 to 50 cents higher in an active market Mpnday. Sows were up 25 cents. Most 2 and 3 grade butchers between 210 and 280 pounds brought from $21.00 to $21.50. the practical top. Fed steers were weak to 50 cents lower. High prime steers scaling around 1,235 pounds brought $29.00 the top. (USDA) — Salable hogs 7.000; active 25 to 50 higher on butchers; sows fairly active, fully 25 higher; No. 1-3 mostly 2-3 210-280 lb butchers 21.00-21.50; mixed grade lots 325-400 lb sows 19.00-20.25. Salable cattle 22,000; calves 200; high choice and prime steers 1200 lb and heavier weak to 50 lower, other weights and grades steers steady to 50 lower mostly steady to 25 lower; heifers steady to 50 lower; cows fairly active, steady; bulls weak to fully 25 lower; veal| ers steady; few sales stockers and j feeders around steady; part loads | high prime 1235 lb steers 29.00; I bulk choice and prime steers 24.5027.50; high choice and prime heifers 25.75-26.00; most good and choice heifers 21.00-24.50; few standard cows up to 18.00, utility and commercial 13.25-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 16.50-18.50; standard to choice vealers 17.0025.00. Salable sheep 1,500; moderately active, spring lambs steady to strong; yearling and slaughter ewes steady; good to prime 86-93 lb spring lambs 22.00-25.25. Matt and Corporate Communion Planned Plans have been completed for a mass and corporate communion of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters, of America, at 7:30 Friday morning, August 30, at St, Joseph's Church here. The mass is being held on the name's day of St. Rose of Lima. The court is now beginning its 54th year. Mass will be followed by breakfast in the Graham Park shelter- house. Mrs. Vincent Sehieffer Jr, and Mrs. Vincent Stangl are chairman .and co-chairman of the committee In oharge. Doer prizes will be awarded at the breakfast, Mrs. Floyd Gray and daughters, Judy Ann and Marten*, returned Sunday from a week's vl&it with their daughter and titter, Rose Mark Gray, in Sioux City. Mrs. McElhinney to Teach in Jr. High Mrs. J. Howard McElhinney, wife of the principal of Carroll High School has been engaged as a substitute teacher of science and American History on the junior high faculty of Carroll Public Schools, replacing Forrest Buckallew who has resigned. Mrs. McElhinney holds a bachelor of science degree from Iowa Wesleyan College, Mt. Pleasant, and has taken graduate work at the State University of Iowa. She has taught In high schools at Dallas, Argyle, and Oakville and for one year in the laboratory school at Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Buckallew have purchased a restaurant in Centerville. SOFTBALL FINALS TUESDAY VAIL — Schaller defeated Battle Creek, tO-4, and Vail romped over Lake View, 9-1 in the semi-finals of the girls Softball tournament here Saturday night. Playing in the finals Tuesday night, starting at 7:30 p.m., will be Battle Creek vs. Lake View and Schaller vs. VaU. hot little courtroom into which were jammed more than 90 people, including 35 spectators chosen by lot and 42 reporters. Heavy curtains were drawn across the closed windows to prevent photographing into the courtroom. More than 1,000 Japanese and about 250 newsmen, photographers, newsreel and television men milled around outside the courthouse. Some of the Japanese carried such slogans as "Keep Girard under Japanese custody," "Show the world, give Girard a strictly fair trial." and "Judge: Don't disgrace the pride of the Japanese people." 3 Relatives Attend Three relatives of the dead woman attended the opening session—her 18-year-old daughter Kayoko Sakai and two of Mrs. Sakai's brothers-in-law, Mohei Sakar and Tokotao Sekiguchi. Kayoko said her father was at a religious retreat in western Japan and would not attend the trial. She added that she thought the court "is leaning over backward to be partial to the United States and Girard." Girard's Japanese wife Ham (Candy) was not in the courtroom. Hayashi said he told her to stay away because many Japanese felt the marriage last month was in bad taste. The soldier was brought to the court in an Army motor cavalcade from Camp Drew, 30 miles away, and was turned over to Japanese jurisdiction for the first time. He was returned to the Army's authority at the end of the day's sessions and was whisked back to camp. Sits Alone Girard sat alone on a gray, leather-covered bench as the prosecutor read the official indictment accusing him of throwing empty cartridge cases to entice Mrs. Sakai and other Japanese brass pickers closer to him. Minutes later he stood before the high paneled bench, a package of cigarettes protruding from the hip pocket of- his khaki summer uniform, to identify himself and answer the charge. Judge Kawachi warned Girard that his answers to questions would become part of the evidence in the case and advised him that "you can maintain complete silence from beginning to end." After hearing the indictment read in Japanese and in English, Girard told the court he had nothing to say. But after a hasty conference with Hayashi he returned to the half-circle witness stand declared: "The facts in the indictment are not correct ... I did not throw brass or lure anyone. "I did not intend to hit any< body. I was doing my job of protecting a machine gun ... I fired over their heads to scare people, not to hurt them." Prosecution Version The prosecution gave this version of what happened: Girard and S.Sgt. Victor N. Nickel were assigned to watch Darrell Blacks Moving to Bluffs Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Black and son, Michael, are moving this weekend from Carroll to 2405 West Fifth Avenue, Council Bluffs. They have secured an apartment in which they will live until their new home is completed at 909 Spruce. Mr. Black, who is employed as operating engineer for the Continental Baking Company in Omaha, has been in Omaha since May. He was formerly a Carroll city em­ ploye for six years. The Blacks are members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Mr. Black has served as assistant financial secretary and active council member. Mrs. Black has taught Sunday School the last three years. She is a member of the Ladies Aid and choir. She has also taught Bible school for several years. Mrs. Black is a past den mother of Cub Scout Pack 106. Mr. Black has been a member of the Carroll Fire Department for three years. Mr. and Mrs. Black's home at 1212 North Court Street is being occupied by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sorensen. HENRY W. BEISCH Final rites were held at 9 a.m. • Saturday at the St. Lawrenc* Church for Henry W. Beisch, 79, who had lived in Carroll County. ; since he was five years old. Req». uiem mass was offered by the Rev. Patrick Waibe. Burial was in St. Francis Ceme-.. tery. Maple River, with the Rev. t P. M. Mattes of Maple River officiating. Pallbearers were Ernest '. Hermsen, Fued Jullch, Paul Rust, Bert Daeges and Frank Blller, Carroll, and Pred Beisch, Breda. Attending the rites from out-of- town, in addition to relatives and ; friends from the surrounding area,'; were Mff. and Mrs. Fred Bei6Ch.^ and family. Breda; Mr. and Mrs./* Robert Beisch and family and Mrs. Frances 3eisch, Wall Lake;' Mr. and Mrs. George Simons; Algona; and Joe Dinges and farhily," Odebolt. Mr. Beisch died Thursday eve-"' nlng at the Tryon Rest Home, 827 North Carroll Street, after -a?.three-year Illness. He was a son of Peter and Margaret Beisch, pioneer residents of.' Carroll County. Surviving with a brother, Neal Beisch of St. Benedict, are nieces ; and nephews. A brother, John : Beisch, is deceased. ATTEND CHRISTENING Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bjelmaier and Mrs. Anna Davh> attended the christening of their granddaughter, Laurel Leann Bielmaier, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James •Bielmaier of Webster City, at the Catholic Church in Webster City Sunday afternoon. Sponsors are Laurel Leann's uncle, Earl Bielmaier of Chicago, and Dorothy Dalton of Carroll, neither of whom could be present at the baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Bielmaier served as proxies. Mr. and Mrs. Bielmaier and Mrs. Davis took back to Webster City the James Bielmaier's son, Bryce, who had been with been with them last week. BAPTIZE HE1THOFF INFANT Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heithoff's infant son, Rickey Lynn, was baptized by Fr. Murray, army chaplain, at the army chapel in Hanau, Germany, August 11. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McDonald of Fairmont, Minn., were proxy sponsors for Mr. and Mrs. Denny Bock of Des Moines, uncle and aunt of the infant. Rickey Lynn's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heithoff of Templeton and Bernard Grossman of Carroll. Mr. Heithoff, who is in army service, is addressed: Sp. 3 Wayne Heithoff, U. S. 55550613, 288 A Btry.. F.A. Bn„ APO 165, New York, N. Y. a i FRANKLIN M. VENTEICHER Franklin Matthias Venteicher, 19, of Omaha, formerly of Carroll, died at 10 p.m. Saturday, August 24, at the Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital, Omaha, after a week's illness. His eyesight had been impaired for the last year. Funeral services will be at 9;30 a.m. Tifesday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman offering requiem mass. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.. The body is resting at the Twit Funeral Home, where the rosary will be led by Msgr. Greteman at 8 p.m. Monday. The young man was born in Carroll June 6, 1938, a son of Mrs. Leone Hoesing Venteicher and the late George Venteicher. The family lived at 226 North Clark Street here, moving a year ago to Omaha, where their address is -2959 Farnham. Franklin attended SS. Peter and Paul's School and Kuemper High School here. He was a member of the Charger staff at Kuemper High. Surviving with his mother are two brothers, George and Arthur, Omaha, two half-sisters, Lillian, Omaha, and Mrs. Adam Hoffman, Columbus, Neb., and his grandfather, William Hoesing, Carroll. His father died in 1950. Franklin M. Venteicher Omaha, Neb. — Age 19 Rosary 8 p. m. Monday In Twit Funeral Chapel, led by Msgr. F. H. Greteman Requiem Macs 9:30 a. m. Tuesday. Msgr. F. H. Greteman officiating, at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Final Reefing Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery. MONUMENTS Com pars quality, workman* •Hip and prle» ... and you'll buy your monumont from Me- Pharion-Campball. McPherson- Campbell Co. Phone SUS — Carroll, l«jw» Opan Sunday! 9 Til t WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28 NIGHT SALE Sole Starts at 7:30 O'Clock Sharp 17 CATTLE Head Hereford and Shorthorn cross-bred steers and heifers, mixed, consisting of 10 steers and 7 heifers, wt, 600-700. These cattle are the good kind. 15 Head WF Herefords, some steers and heifers, mixed, wt, 400500. Head Shorthorn steers and heifers, mixed, wt, 400-500. Stock cows, wt., 1000. 10 12 Mixed calves, some bulls and heifers, wt., 200-300. 3 Corn-fed heifers, wt., 600. 8 Veal calves. _^ * HOGS 15 Head mixed pigs, 10 Mixed stock hogs, wt, 100-130. 20 Mixed stock pigs, wt., 80-100. SHEEP 10 Feeding lambs. 8 Good mouth ewes. Some fruit and vegetables; 1000 gal. tank, OK. Carroll lost Sale Co. PWPpfjl

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