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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 28, 1957
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4 Expect Soviet Walkout at Disarmament Parley LONDON m — Some Western diplomats today expected the Russians to. walk out of the U.N. dls- ar^imfeftl talks after a sharp Soviet rejection of latest Western proposals. But the Western powers went ahead with plans to present their completed disarmament package to the five-nation subcommittee next week despite the Russian rebuff. Accuse* West Soviet Delegate Valerian .Zorin put the Moscow rejection before, the subcommittee Tuesday in a statement that accused the United States, Britain and France of preparing for a new war. Canada is the fifth member of the U.N. disarmament group. Zorin said the Soviet Union considers the five-month-old talks deadlocked and charged the West with evading issues and lying. His objections were a rehash j>{ previous Soviet criticisms of 'the Western proposals. The Russian delegate turned a harsh thumbs down on the newest Western proposals for. 'a two-year Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1957 Senate Set For Assault on Rights Bill By JACK BELL WASHINGTON UrV-Decks were cleared in the Senate today for a possibly lengthy assault by Southern opponents of Jthe compromise civil rights bill. Senate Democratic .Leader Lyn ban on nuclear weapon tests and the latest version of President Eisenhower's open skies inspection plan to guard against surprise attack. He said the Soviet Union stands by its proposals For a first- ! don B - Johnson of Texas said that stage disarmament agreement, ; as far as ne is concerned • critics emphasizing that it should be of tne measure the House passed preceded by a pact to immediate- j 297 " 97 Tuesday will have all the ly halt nuclear weapon tests. ! tinie tnev nee(J to talk against it Moscow's terms for a limited ! [" * he Senate But an all-out fili- disarmament agreement, include 1 buster a PP eared unlikely. agreement, a pledge to renounce for all time the use of nuclear weapons, a 15 per cent cut in all defense spending, elimination of foreign military bases and a cutback of foreign forces in East and West Europe. Zorin declared the Disarma- The Senate debate actually began Tuesday night after the bill arrived from the House. Surprise Motion Sen. Thurmond 'D-SCi offered a surprise motion to shunt the measure to the Judiciary Commit lee headed by Sen. Eastland <D 40 More Being Planned in Iowa— 1 w • Roadside Rest Areas Important Safety Factor The comfort and safety of travelers and tourists visiting Iowa have been taken into consideration in the planning of roadside rest areas on Iowa's interstate highways. According to Harold Dolling of the Roadside Improvement Division of the Iowa State Highway Commission, 40 such areas will be constructed on the 731 miles of the Iowa system. These will be located approximately 35 miles apart, and spaced in pairs, on opposite sides of the highway, so both directions of travel can be served. Facilities provide for ample parking space, tables, stoves and garbage cans. No provision has so far been made for water or toilet facilities. The value of roadside rest areas has become increasingly impor- a single step forward to achieve j these goals. Assailing the West. If It's Photographic Balk's Have It! '•.^.'"•'.si,?''.' r Balk & Son Frank Balk — Carroll, Iowa ment subcommittee has not taken: Mis f ), . a " oth wn aV0Wed f ° e ° £ the !^ ant as , more and more people civil rights bill. I have taken to the road. Safety au- The motion took Republican and i thorities are emphasizing the need on that theme he said: "First Democratic leaders by surprise. for frequent stops in minimizing and foremost, ruling circles (of I Even Sen - Russell <D-Ga>, cap-' travel fatigue, a contributing fac i the West) are not interested in; lain of Southern forces, said he tor ln man y highway accidents. disarmament. . . . Facts testify na ^ no * known of it. But after j Iowa's present system of 100 that the United States. Great Brit-' about two hours debate, the Sen- 1 such areas has shown a marked ain and France are conducting i ate rejected the motion B6-18. j increase in visitors this year. At preparations for a new war. j Johnson then called for a recess ; tne stale Center Park on U.S. 30, "The United States and the oth- ! until toflav - i 500 registered during the first er Western powers want, to use the subcommittee in order to mislead public opinion, to instill false illusions, to deceive the peoples. The Democratic leader said he| weekt . ° f August ; representing still hoped the present congres- Poetically every state and includ- sional session could wind up Sat-i ,ng Brazi1 ' England and China - urday, but that there was no guar- 1 The roadside area on Iowa 92 Threats Told By Parents of Negro Child NASHVILBE, Tenn. UB-ParenU of a Negro child who registered for the first grade at a formerly all-while school told police Tuesday night they had received warnings to take the child out of the school. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Rucker, parents of-Richard Freeman Rucker, declined to discuss the telephone calls in detail. "If I take my boy out," Mrs. Rucker said, "It will be because there are only three colored children in the school and not because we are afraid." Nashville parents registered their children Tuesday in a citywide desegration movement at the first grade level. ''IP*! REST AREA FOR MOTORISTS .... At the areas are important from the safety standpoint. State Center roadside park on Highway 30, 500 providing a restful place for weary motorists to registered during the first week of August. These stop and rest. (Iowa Highway Commission Photo.) Mrs. Irwin On various far-fetched pre-1 antee it would not run into nextl east of Oskaloosa has registered \ Dafn|i nc from (the Western powers) are week. He said Southerners would approximately 2,500 people so far uriia I rum texts evading the conclusion of an be given ample time to state their thls season, with 32 states repre agreement." I views. | sented as well as the District of Zorin asserted the United States! Sees End Saturday iColumbia, Alaska, Hawaii, Cana- had nullified the possibility of I Sen. Ellender (D-La> told a da - England, Switzerland and Ja- reaching agreement on a ban on j newsman he was sure the session', P an nuclear weapon tests by "artifi-i would end by Saturday. \ —; cially linking its realization with' ; Republican Leader Knowland of: Franklin Bollards other disarmament measures." He \ California said in a separate in- j I J VIA objected particularly to making; terview he still hopes a final vote;*'' LOriuOn, England on the measure can be reached today or Thursday. such agreement contingent on a reduction in conventional armaments and armed forces, "which j is obviously directed at evading 'Dr. J. G. Donovan returned at present solution of the question', Monday from Davenport, where of ending nuclear weapon!he attended the annual tnterna- tests. . . ." j tional Chiropractic Association •' Zorin claimed the real purpose.; convention. With him were his of the open skies plan is to obtain j father and brother, Dr. H."B. Don"the completest possible informa- 1 ovan and Dr. R. s T. Donovan of tion" on the Soviet Union's main • Jefferson. industrial and communication cen-! ters. He said it was part of a! Five classes of wheat are grown Honored at Reunion (Timet Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - Mrs. Lula Thorpe attended the Walrod family reunion at the Lola Walrod home in Carnarvon Sunday. The gathering honored the Franklin Bollard family of London, England. Relatives from Dayton, Wall Lake, Sac City, Lake City, Spencer and Lake View were present. Europeon Tour (Time* Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW — Keith Irwin left Saturday noon for Reinbeck where he was joined by George Thacker. The two went to Chicago to meet their wives who were returning from a two-month trip to Europe with the survey of European music tour with the Temple University group of Philadelphia. Hensen of Sac City. Ricky and Wanda Gilson of Nemaha spent the weekend with their grandmother and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gilson, came for them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Obman of Rembrandt were Sunday afternoon Presbyterian Church At Manning Resumes 10:45 Q. m. Service after spending a week with his Darlene Kruse Enters School in Minneapolis, Minn. (Time* Herald New» Service) MANNING '- Darlene Kruse. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kruse, is now attending the Minnesota School of Laboratory Technique, at' Minneapolis. Barbara Vollmer spent the past week in Des Moines with her sister. Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Siem of Kokomo, Ind., have returned home (Times Herald Xew« Service) MANNING mother, Mrs. P. A. Siem. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Paige and „;ciin,.c vt-, ni^n „ s „,» »'™""»« — Services at the children of Athens. Ohio, are the John Obmans to the Minnie Ob- i ain at ,„ C „„J 0 „ ™ A design for war and would lead to! in the United States:" "hard' red ! t «ShM^^ a deterioration of the international I spring, soft red winter, hard red |tef Shlfley ° f Grand Island ' Neb " situation. 1 winter, durum and white. . * muck lW: v Bdn ^Wr$fc t BALK'S Pre-Season oo and up Your pVssent co*t may be used as part payment of a new Balk Fur Coat. What an opportunity! Now is certainly the time to buy your fur coat, . . now, when you can take advantage of the impressive values in our great sale. Choose from many lovely furs, all excellent in quality . . . varied in style . . . at invitingly low prices! Luxury costs less at our fur sale! Invest now in a fine fur coat .... get dividends in many seasons of wear . . . and get worthwhile savings, too. L .,^ uumain -A, me miiimc yu-; gm at 10:4 - a m s un day morning, man home at Wall Lcke Sunday j Sept L summer services had been evening. ; held at 8 arn . Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Lierman and : Sunday school will begin at the children took Karen Staples to j regular hour of 9:30 a.m. * Omaha Tuesday, where she left j for her home in Grand Island, Neb. i sir Isaac Newton discovered the Mrs. John Barker of Holsteirt, i law of gravity. Mrs. D. A. Tisdale. Mrs. Anna Paulsen is visiting her sister. Mrs. George Becker at Brownsdale, Minn. Mrs. Jess Bromley returned to I and Mr - and Mrs - Gordor Rossow Shrimp have a life span of one year unless they end up in a shrimp cocktail earlier. - her home in Clinton Saturday after a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller. Mrs. Walter Dettman of Lytton was a Thursday visitor in the Miller home and Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson of Odebolt were Sunday visitors. Sunday guests of Mrs. W. H. Meyer were: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Jansen of Wall Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brotherson of Breda, Mrs. Bill Kendall and son of Lincoln, Neb., and Gaylin Brotherson, who were Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Ulven. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smidt of Ulmer entertained Sunday at a family picnic at Speaker Park. The guests were their children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Clas-. j n Oklahoma, son of Glennville, Neb., Andrew \ n , „, t XT • . i Smidt of Hastings, Neb. and Mr .L Dr . an _ d Mr f- ) V - J ' Nichols re- and Mrs. Bennie Hammerstrom! urn f Sunday from a vacation and son 1 trip to Des Moines and Lincoln, Mr! and Mrs. Don Tjaden, Mr. N< ; b - Ml . s : Jens Th ™ n off Rolfe and Mrs. Don Long, and Dean < re » rn * d l " hher , homhe ,f er s ' ayin f Johnson attended the State Fair i the . Nichols ch.ldren during Sunday. and family of Des Moines were Tuesday afternoon callers in' the Harry Kettering home. Mrs. Minnie Gilson went to the Don Thayer home in Storro Lake Thursday to make the acquaint- ence of her new great-grandson. Mrs. Vern Silver visited from Tuesday until Friday with her daughter and family in Ellendale. Minn. Mrs. Vernon Krejci had returned from the hospital after minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. James Scott spent Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parkinson spent Sunday at the State Fair in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wicker of j dav Ft. Dodge were weekend guests of j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller and the Vernon Wicker family. Allisons attended the wedding of a CLEANING - REPAIRING . RESTYLING Does your present fur coat need cleaning, repairing or restvline' I^t ii« check your present coat and have it ready fofthelali seuoni FRANK BALK Carroll, Iowa visited in the Tony Heisterkamp home in Breda Sunday evening. Leo Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Donnel and Bernard Higgins of New Hampton were Saturday visitors in the Charles Raine home. Mr. Fischer, is a brother of Mrs. Raine. Mr. Higgins visited relatives at Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raine and family, spent Sunday at the Ledges at Boone. The John Westrom family of Sac City and the Kenneth Westroms of Storm Lake were Sunday visitors in the Stanley Westrom home. was home on leave." AtThV end of! s " nda y * the Iowa State Fair his furlough he will attend school I T neir children spent the day with their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Manuel. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Schroeder and Mrs. M. P. Leighter and son, Kirby, went to Des Moines Friday. The Schroeders visited in the Ira Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grill and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Prescott accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zimmer to the Iowa State Fair Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Zein were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Shea in Sioux City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pooler and son of Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. William Schluter of Churdan. were Sunday guests in the Al Young home. The women visited in the John Irwin home in the aft- their parents' absence Mrs. Amanda Miller of Cedar Rapids visited in the Leo Miller home from Wednesday until Sun- niece, Marcia Miller, to Peter Heintzelman at. 2 p.m. Sunday in the Methodist Church at Pender, Neb. Mrs. Byron Provost and daugh Rats multiply so rapidly that one pair could conceivably result in a rat population of 400,000,000 in only three years. ters visited Saturday in the Ed i ernoon. Thompson home at Omaha. Mrs. Tom Kennedy and son accompanied Mrs. Sam Hawks to Parker, S. D., where they visited relatives from Wednesday until Saturday. Dr. C. E. Lierman and family, and their house guest, Karen Staples and Linda Wilson spent Sunday at the State Fair in Des Moines. Sunday visitors in the Mrs. Minnie Gilson home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson of Blooming Prairie, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey SERVES ON COMMITTEE (Time* Herald N'ewi Service) LAKE VIEW - The Rev. M. W. Lilie and Don Hawks, delegate from the Lake View church, are attending the Iowa District West Convention of Lutheran Churches at the Walther League camp at Lake Okoboji this week. Rev. Lilie is a member of the mission committee. He and three other pastors will review the work of the 25 mission stations in the western half of Iowa. / There's No Piece For "FROSTY" ToHlde » Mi Alt tomtit) When Voti Hen Totel Am WITH "MAOIC MIXER" BURNER OFERATH WITH NO SOOT, NO SMOKI, MO ODOR Yen tct ptffnt, coflipfeu combuukm M my Itam KMmt. Thlt meant fiutr neaiinf with le« wined fm) •Jinjup itw chimney. Another economy "phiT HEATER The famous Monogram Heatar wkn foretd draft circulation chase* Ptatty omt of his hiding places. *. ajwas yon uniform, comfortable temperature even in corners uoA •fownd windows. 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