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August 28, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Phone Threats fo School Officials,NegroParents 10 Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1957 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (*» — A day ( of orderly registration for Nash-1 ville's first desegregated classes' wotind" up Tuesday night with tele-1 phone threats aimed at a school I official and 6 of the 13 Negro first, graders enrolled for mixed class-: es. Asst. School Supt. W. H. Oliver) confirmed that his family had re- j ceived telephone threats after a! truck driver of the same_ name | Fast Block & White DEVELOPING In at 9:00 a. m. Out at 5:00 p. m. Same Day! Also Fast Service On Color Films • Kodachrome • Anscochroma • Ektachrome FOR EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Balk & Son - FRANK BALK West of Courthouse reported he had received such threats from callers mistaking him for the official. Enrollment Down Enrollment Tuesday was 43 per cent below expectations, officials said, but no violence or disorders were reported as Negro mothers, brought their 6-year-olds to their j newly assigned schools. One white first-grader enrolled in a previously all-Negro school. Telephone threats of violence and harm to their children were reported by parents of six of the I Negro children Tuesday night. I The parents of a seventh child j said their phone rang repeatedly but the caller hung up without saying anything. I When informed of the threats I against the pupils, Oliver said: , i "The police department gave us j strong and complete protection; yesterday and everything went smoothly. I have been assured from them that we will receive the same protection when these children return to class." Quiet at Clinton Registration day was reported quiet at Clinton High School in east Tennessee. The school 200 miles from here, scene of racial violence last fall when it became the first state-supported secondary school in Tennessee to desegregate, enrolled two 15-year-old Negro freshmen without incident. Three Negroes registered last spring, and three others are expected to be on hand when the high school classes open Sept. 3. Oliver gave three possible reasons for the light registration at. Nashville. He said some parents might hold their children out of school in protest of desegration, others may have waited to see how things turned out the first day, and still others may not have known about the registration. It was the first special registration date for the first grades. Estimates had indicated 126 Negro children were eligible to enroll in 15 previously all-white schools..Oliver said, "I don't think Negro parents were afraid to send their children—I think they just preferred not to send them." Vetoes Likely On 2 Bills to Increase Pay WASHINGTON W-Two bills to boost pay of 1V4 million federal employes by about 850 million dollars a year were on their way Wednesday to President Eisenhower and what appeared to be certain vetoes. Republican leaders told the Senate just before the bills were passed Tuesday they were certain the measures never would become law. .The President has 10 days to act on them, and Congress is expected to be out of town by that time. Thus, he could pocket veto them. One of the bills wouhd raise pay of 158,000 postal workers by $546 each year at an estimated cost of 317 million dollars. This bill | passed 69-17. j The other, passed 64-22, would; boost salaries of a million classified civil service, congressional and judicial employes by 11 per cent a year. This would cost about 532 million dollars annually. The administration opposes the, bills on grounds they would be in-1 flationary and would endanger the j precarious budget surplus in pros pect for the current fiscal year. The Daily Record Duane Bachman Is Navy Dischargee (Time* Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bachman and son, Jim, returned home from a two-week trip to Cal-| ifornia. They were accompanied' by their son, Duane, who was discharged Aug. 19 from the U. S. Navy. En route, they visited in the John Neppl and Tony Hannasch homes at Colorado Springs and in the Joe Bachman home at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bachman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bachman and son, Duane, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bachman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Bachman and Bonnie amended the Thelen and Bachman reunion at Riverside Park in Sioux City Sunday. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mary Margaret Ryan, Carroll-. William R. Hedges, Scranton. Zachary T. Campbell, Churdan. Mrs. William D. Olesen, Bayard. Thomas Ray Reiling, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Lillian Holden, Des Moines. David F. Wallace, Churdan. Mrs. Erwin J. Hinners, Arcadia. Lorenz Irlmeier, Dedham. Dismissals- Mrs. Robert B. Haselton, Carroll. Mrs. Benjamin W. Jenkins and baby, Carroll. Mrs. Cyril J. Friedman, Carroll. Mrs. Louis W. Grade and baby, Rt. 1, Lake City. Mrs. Vernon M. Pottebaum, Carroll. * Mrs. Conrad Jones Jr. and baby, Manning. Mary Frances Bruner, Carroll. Patrick J. Kasperbauer, Rt. - 2, Manning. Mrs. William Richardson, Saginaw, Mich. Jean Marie Bromert, Carroll. Mrs. E. Don Bayliss and baby, Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs. William Schraeder, Carroll, a daughter, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Eason, Scranton, a daughter, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hoffman, Carroll, a son, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Becker, Carroll, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. David L. McHugh, Carroll, a daughter, Wednesday. Carroll. Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats 25 cents higher. Choice and prime steers brought mostly $25.00 to $28.00 with a top of $28.25. (USDA) — Salable hogs 7,000; moderately active, .steady to 25 lower on butchers under 230 lb; weights 230 lb and heavier and under 200 lb mostly steady; sows fairly active mostly steady; No. 1-3 mostly 2-3 200-225 lb butchers 21.00-21.35; most No. 1-2 grade lots these weights and bulk No. 2-3 230280 lb 21.25-21.50; larger lots mixed grades 325-400 lb sows 19.0020.50. Salable cattle 13.000; calves 200; choice and prime steers moderately active, strong to 25 higher; heifers steady to 25 higher; cows steady to 25 higher; bulls fully steady; vealers steady; no early sales stockers or feeders; bulk choice and prime steers 25.0028.00; nearly a dozen loads prime 1150-1350 lb 28.25; some choice 900 lb steers 24.50; choice and prime heifers 23.00-26.00; good heifers 21.00-22.50; utility and commercial cows 13.50-16.50; utility and commercial bulls 16.00-18.00; standard to choice vealers 17.00-25.00. Salable sheep 1,500; fairly active, spring lambs steady to 50 higher, other classes steady, good to prime spring lambs 89-101 lb 22.50-26.00. Chicago Grain These Markets the Humphrey High WHEAT Sept. 217 are Varnished by Grain Company Prev. Low close Close $2.15 1.17 __ .59 Colorado, with 47, has more high mountains than California Chicago Livestock CHICAGO Butcher hogs sold steady to 25 cents lower and sows mostly steady in active trading Wednesday. Butchers grading mostly No. 2 and 3 and scaling 200 to 225 pounds sold from-$21.00 to $21.35. Most No. 1 and 2 grade lots of the same weights and the bulk of No. 2 and 3 butchers from 230 to 280 pounds brought $21.25 to $21.50, the top. Slaughter steers were strong to Dec. March May CORN Sept. Dec. March Mav OATS Sept. Dec. March May 222 \ 225% 221 M 125 \ 125 H 130i* 133 V? 66 69ii 71 >4 71H SOY BEAN 'S Sept. 242H Nov. Jan. LARD Sept. Oct. Dec. 238 *i 242 H 12.67 12.92 215% 22m 224 U, 220 \ 123 123 \ 128 Vi 131% 66 68% 70% 70 \ 2411^ 236% 240 12.50 12.75 13.40 13.25" 215% 216 221% 221% 225 221 123 123 % 123% 123 % 128 % 131% 66 68% 70% 70% 24 m 241% 237 237% 240 % 240% 12.55 12.52 12.75 12.72 12.75 13.27 13.20 216 216 % 222 222 H 225% 225% 220% 220% 125 125% 125% 129% 132% 66% 69% 70% 71% 241% 241% 237% 237% 241 241% omise On FBI Files Is Seen Near WASHINGTON (A - House-Senate conferees Wednesday were expected to reach quick agreement on a compromise bill aimed, at preventing defense lawyers from looking without restraint through FBI files. Rep. Celler (D-NY), the chief House conferee, expressed no doubt in an interview that a compromise would be worked out in the remaining few days before Congress adjourns. < Celler said he thinks various features of the bill the Senate passed Monday night will be included in the compromise version. The House passed a somewhat different bill Tuesday by a 351-17 vote.The ,House bill conforms to the Eisenhower administration's wishes. The House vote came after the Justice Department branded the Senate bill as unacceptable because of what it called "serious defects." The bills were passed to meet what the Justice Department says is an emergency situation caused by the Supreme Court's June 3 ruling in the case of former union official Clinton Jencks. The high court threw out Jencks* perjury conviction and ordered a new trial, saying a defendant in a criminal case has a right to inspect all relevant material in FBI files furnished by prosecution witnesses, so the defense might try to impeach their testimony. Both House and Senate bills are not intended to overturn the Jencks ruling, but to spell out procedures in accord with it in such a way as to protect government files and still be fair to the defense. 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Extra Special - S2.74 S4.29 S3.55 ft I ,» S 'SUe» Balloon Bike Tires $1.98 Roller Skates $2.66 Pair Bright Red Tricycle $9.98 Famous "Coatt-to-eoait Flyer* Coaster Wagon -*» $6.66 Value Complete Sporting Goods Sect RIFLES — SHOTGUNS — GUN CASES AMMUNITION — DECOYS USE OUR E-Z PAY PLAN ion See Our Big Sale Circular For Many More Outstanding Bargains! Group from Breda Goes to Oklahoma I (Time* Herald New* Servlee) i BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Art ! Woerdehoff, Mrs. Gerhard Lam| mers. Ben Ricke and Merlin Tief- ; enthaler left Monday morning for I Muskogee, Okla. r to visit Mrs. Lammer 's son, Verle Tiefenthaler.. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmitt of Early visited Sunday at the Joe Berning home. Mrs. A. J. Neumayer who was a patient at St. Anthony hospital a week after suffering a light stroke returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fee. son Bruce, and daughter Virginia spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Tom Wade .and Gloria Djerf of Iowa City came Wednesday for a visit with Mr. .nd Mrs. T. H. Van Camp. They returned home Sunday. Burton Schrums Of Norton, Kan., Visit in Manning (Timet Herald Newi Service) MANNING—Mr. and Mrs. Burton Schrum and family of Norton, Kansas, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schrum and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sebern and family of Emmetsburg visited in the Merle Saunders home and with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sebern at Manilla during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schrum and family of Des Moines spent the weekend with Manning relatives. Mrs. Vincent Curl and twin sons of Fort Knox, Ky., are guests of Eileen Enenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bruck. Bob Stein and Steven Mock spent the past week at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Maynard Tapps and children of Manson have been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fielweber. Charlotte Paulsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Paulsen, has concluded her summer studies at the U, of Colorado at Boulder. THREE INJURED IN CRASH . . . Three persons were hospitalized Tuesday morning after these two cars collided on Highway 30 near Club 30 east of Carroll. The top car, an Oldsmobile, was driven by Monroe Hagen, 52, of Saginaw, Mich., and the bottom car, a Nash, was driven by W. A. Kerl, 66, Denver, according to Sheriff Al Thorup. Injured and hospitalized were ,Mrs. Monroe Hagen, 72, her daughter, Mrs. Anna Thompson, 55, Hope, Mich., and Mrs. William Richardson, 80, Saginaw. Kerl, alone In his car, suffered a cut lip. (Photos by Al Thorup.) Arrest Man Accused of Abandoning Seven Children IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press Aug. 28, 1957 449 Aug. 28, 1956 465 KEOKUK (ffl — Francis John Smith, 52, accused of abandoning his seven children at a DeWitt motel last Friday, was held in the county jail here Wednesday for Clinton authorities. Smith was arrested at a motel here Tuesday afternoon with his wife of a few hours, Mary Jean Stegile, 27, Fort Wayne, Ind., and an 11 -month-old bahy. Sheriff H. R. Delahoyde said the couple was married at Kahoka, Mo., at 12:05 a.m. Tuesday. The sheriff said Smith told him his wife died last February and that Miss Stegile was employed as a babysitter since June. Smith, also of Fort Wayne, said he and the woman went to Missouri to get married but planned to go back for the children. GOP FINANCIAL REPORT DES MOINES tfi-The Republican State Central Committee Tuesday filed a financial report .with the secretary of state for the first half of 1957. The report showed receipts of $33,477 and expenses of $33,316. Clinton County authorities said the children, ranging in age from 2 -year-old twin boys to a boy, 12, were left with only $1.30 in cash when their father and the woman left. Delahoyde said Smith related he was a mechanic but also told a story of being an Army lieutenant when he sought help from the Red Cross here Tuesday morning. The sheriff said Clinton officers planned to pick up the three persons Wednesday. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agent* for North American Van Lines, Inc. WARDS" MONTGOMERY WARD CARROLL, IOWA Store Closing Save From 25 to 50% and More on Remaining Stocks At the Ward Retail Store FINAL LIQUIDATION SALE The Montgomery Ward Store in Carroll, Iowa, Will Be Closed as of SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st On Tuesday, September 3rd,.Wardi will open • temporary Catalog Store in the front portion of the building now occupied by the Retail Store at 513 No. Main Street. In keeping with the company'! development and expansion program, Wards will (in the near future) open a new modern catalog store in Carroll to serve Wards many friends and customers in the Carroll area. Watch for the announcement of opening date and new location. Wards new Catalog store Wil^^ m * m ln thelr seasonal catalogs. The new Catalog Store will fea| W |i|lP^ °* merchandise, seasonal sale events, modern and convenient ordering facilities; full 'Wl^}^:^^^ T'V^ " M€ * ,° n til Wards merchandise. Werdt m*ny cr«p^ "™ ••nrfct and cradit convenience provicid ini the past||li^rd»iNew Catalog store,

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