Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 28, 1957 · Page 11
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 28, 1957
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 a CARD Of THANKS to M words. over W words- 41.38 -4o per word CLAMIFIID DISPLAY ft column lneh—, •' ,, ,,'ffl.M. CUWlfied displays taken until 10 a. m. day of pubflostlon except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular elawliled tlU 9;30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a, m. Monday through Friday. 6LASSIPIID CASH WITH ORDIR One day, per word Scent* TWO daya, per word—— 9 cents ree days, per word 12 cents _14 cent* lay*, per word- four" day*, per word— S ive days, per word, be daya, per word— .16 cent* .18 cent* Announcement? MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN — Budget all your ihsurance premiums to one easy monthly payment. KratoSka Insurance. 6-2Ql-Stc T.V. SNOW STORM? CALL 9513 for service. Latest, modern testing equipment plus trained serviceman. Guaranteed parts, service. Sporrer's T.V. 6-201-Btc Loan* 12 PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM- ulated bills or other purposes. Community Loan Service, Carroll and'Denison. l2-304-2tc Cardi of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Dedham Fire, Department, neighbors and friends for their helpfulness during our recent fire. The Charles Thielen Family Announcements 6 OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience Andy Balk Men's Wear. 6-189-tfc 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 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — .cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-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 LADY NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing Home. Phone 2389. 22-I98-tfc Business Services 14 2-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. Ail work guaranteed Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc BROKEN WINDOW? WE STOCK glass, 1 and will cut to your speci fications while you -wait. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-202-6tc JUST BABIES and What Beautiful BABIES 1, 2, 3 and 4 Years Old That Look and Perform Like New! Right now we are selling these good-looking, late model cars at Rock Bottom Pricef Every One Is a Bargain With a Capital B 1956 Ford Fairlane 4-door with Thunderbird engine, automa tic transmission, radio, and many extras such as padded instrument panel, safety belts, clock, etc. $1895. i 1955 Mercury Monterey hardtop, a beautiful car with automatic transmission, radio, heater and power brakes for only $1895. 1955 .Hudson Wasp 4-door se dan, radio, heater, overdrive transmission, two tone paint. A real sharp car for only' $1095 1953 Mercury i hardtop, new rubber, radio, heater, a beau tiful two tone green and ivory and.priced at only $1095. 1951 (2V Studebaker Landcruis IJftrs, both V-8s with automatic transmission, one green and one gray, one has a radio and the other has new rubber. Your choice for only $425. 1950 Buick 4-door, automatic transmission, new finish and radio and heater for only $395 1950 Ford Custom 2-door with racUo, heater, overdrive trans mission, dual spotlights, new rubber and believe it or not this car is almost like new for only $395. 1949 Ford 3-door, radio and hettet, for only $226. On the Spot Financing . Your can is your down payment at HOULIHAN MOTOR CO. At the Stoplight Corner ,; On Highway 71 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 FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Safeway Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc GIRL WANTED FOR NIGHT work. Apply in person. Carroll Bakery. 22-201-3tc MIDDLE AGED LADY SALES clerk. Some bookkeeping. Steady work. Write Box BC, c/o Times Herald. 22-201-3tc WANTED: GIRL OR WOMiAN for house work. Live in home if desired. Dial 3870. 22-203-3tc Household Goods 51 ELECTRIC SfoVE AT HEIRES, $10.00. 51-203-2tc DO CARPET TRAFFIC LANES cause pain? Remove them with easy to use Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-203-ltc USED 2-PC. BLUE LIVING ROOM Suite, very good, $40.00. Matt Furniture Co. Sl-203-2tc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: MAN'S BLACK UM- brella. Phone 3168. 53-202-6tp WANTED TO BUY: 12 GAUGE Browning automatic shotgun. Write Box W, c/o Daily Times Herald. 53-203-3tp WANTED: USED TYPEWRITER. Call 13 at Lidderdale. 53-203-2tp WANTED: STEADY AND EXTRA .J^JP^Marty ^Ann's^ ^22-203-3tc Male-Female Help 23 SECOND COOK, NIGHTS. PAUL- ine's Cafe. 23-202-2tc Farm Products LARGE LEGHORN PULLETS. Starting to lay. $1.50. Norbert Tigges. Scranton. 31-200-3tp WANTED: USED, LARGE, TRI- cycle^JPhone 4032. 53-203-2tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc 220 - 5 H. P. WESTINGHOUSE electric motor: Stewart Warner refrigerator, both.A-1 condition 425 East 5th. 55-200-6tC Used Cars & Trucks 71 PHIL BUSH IS OUR FAMILY CAR SPECIALIST! Heinie- (Contlnued from Page 1) Time* Herald, Carroll, lew* Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1957 11 Politics-* Continued from Page 1) FOR SALE: ABOUT 200 HYLINE yearling hens No. 934. Culled two times this summer, in good production. Wm, Bauer, Audubon, Iowa. 31-202-3tc Farm Machinery ' 33 FOR SALE: NEW HOLLAND 68 Baler. A-l condition. Guaranteed. $975.00. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-197-Hc 4-BURNER BOTTLE GAS STOVE; Seigler oil burner, 275-gal. tank with legs; 2 youth be"ds; kitchen set, 4 chairs. Phone 2852. 55-202-3tp Room for Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-201-7tc Houses for Sale 63 GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable occasion. 14-125-ltc 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-lOO-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 WANTED: RADIO, TV AND AN- tenna repairing and installation. All makes and models. Guaranteed parts and service. Phone 2128, Don's T.V. 14-198-6tp 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 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. 34-201-12tc 3RD CUTTING ALFALFA HAY. Cyril Schoeppner, Templeton. 34-201-3tp INCOME PROPERTY, GOOD Location. Dial 9703 . 63-198-6tc ! * * • < t"- • ••>• • V"-*^ ' ' ^.i -y . If you're a family man looking for a car that just suits your family, then Phil Bush at Bill Burgess Motors is the man to help you. Phil has a nice family of his own, five kids, and he knows fam ily problems, especially when it comes to cars, And whether you're looking for a new Ford, or a nice clean trade-in with lots of trouble free miles on it, Phil will help you find just exactly what you want. So just see Phil, he'll help you pick the car you want, and make it easy for you to buy. Bill Burgess Motors is the easiest place to trade cars in Western Iowa. BILL BURGESS MOTORS Two Blocks South of the Auto Service 75 HOUSE FOR SALE. G.I. LOAN. Low down payment. Phone 4241. 63-203-4tp gave Proxmire 435,085 votes to 312,745' for Kohler. Three independent candidates, including two who said they would carry 10 years ago with the expressed intention of getting into politics, has been campaigning for high political office almost continuously for the past six years. Three times he sought, without success, the governor's post. Twice he was beaten by Kohler and last year he lost to Republican Vernon Thomson. In the primary, Kohler's winning margin over former Rep. Glenn R. Davis was only 9,000. The GOP's conservative "Old Guard" had been cool to Kohler since, as a result of bitterness in the campaign. How much of a part this had in Kohler's crushing defeat was hard to measure, but he lost to Proxmire in several counties that Davis carried by comfortable margins in the primary. Proxmire operates a printing company at Waterloo, a. .small community near Madison, the ————————————— Kohler is president of the Voll- • Eisenhower- rath Co. of Sheboygan, an enamel- (Continued from Page 1) ware firm. His uncle, Herbert V.j« sters who graduated and went into service and those who didn't return. Long Days A school custodian puts in long days, all year around, both winter and summer. School opens early in the morning and closes late at night, after activities such as ball games, plays, band concerts and other extra-curricular activities. Summer is just as busy as the winter months, when redecorating and cleaning is done throughout the entire building. Mr. and Mrs. Dethlefs live in an attractive little house on Park Avenue, just a block from the high school, and if Heinie is not at the school, he can easily be located by the many people who want his services during the year. The transition from the 1926 era to the present has been rather amazing, Heinie believes. Many changes have been made in the school system. Home economics, industrial arts and instrumental music were added to the curriculum somewhere along the way; a hot lunch program was installed, and buses haul rural children to the town school. The addition of; Kohler, heads the Kohler Co. of' Droo fhp rfnnr fnr *.-«,« na , an auditorium on the east side of | Kohler. where the United Auto Kt ?on further ne- the high school especially pleased j Workers Union has been on strike T . '' _ L Heinie. who is an avid sports fan. | since April 5, 1954 Production re- f lte House statement fol- Basketball teams switched from a j sumed at the plant early in the lowed an hour ' s visit t0 EisenhoW' cracker box gymnasium to a j strike. Walter Kohler once owned of tfcity in thtf Wisconsin (SOP! He safd| „ I "The Republicans have no ex* cuse for losing the Wisconsin election. ;It was the old storynflf,: * united, vigorous minorityv-iwrty* with a hard-fighting, jresour|6pl candidate, defeating a - • divided, bickering, over-confident majority." Mrs. Jean McCarthy, widow of the late senator, told reporters,she regards the vote outcome as a repudiation of the "modern. Republicanism" advocated by Eisenhower. "I am not at all surprised at the outcome," she said. "Wisconsin, which is essentially a Republican state, has made it completely clear that they are unalterably opposed to 'modern Republicanism.' "It is unfortunate that the only way the people of Wisconsin could express this was to support liberal Democrat." large modern gym in 1937. First j stock in the Kohler Co. but has coach to use the new gymnasium i sold these holdings. NEW 3-BDRM. SOUTH SIDE house, with 16 x 22 living rm. 12 x 22 modern birch finished kitchen. Tiled bath with built-in vanity. Full walk-out basement. Gas heat. $13,250, Buy now and choose your own color scheme. $2,050 will handle FHA loan. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-203-ltc 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. Apartment for Rent 65 Livestock for Sale 41 REPAIR SERVICE - RADIOS. Television Sets and Refrigerators. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, Carroll, Iowa. 14-193-6tc FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP- shire boars. Vaccinated. Eugene Heithoff, Manning, Iowa. 41-203-3tp FOOTBALL SHOES. SWEAT Socks, Supporters, Footballs. Everything for all age groups. The Uptown Club. 14-201-tfc FOR SALE: 50 CHOICE PB Duroc boars. Double vac. Wayne Ranniger, 3 West and 3 3 ,4 No. of Manning. 41-201-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST- to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc FOR SALE: 41 HEREFORD steers, wt., about 600 lbs. Edwin Halbur. 5 miles south, 3V4 east of Dedham. 41-202-3tc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs; For a Free Estimate, Dial 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 Ml! 'SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc APPLES FOR SALE. PHONE 9568. . 18-202-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. 18-202-ltc Special "Homemade" ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperonl, Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Minutes. PAULINE'S CAFE Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED: BARTENDER. GOOD hours, good wages. See Wayne Wayne's Cafe and Tavern. 21-202-3tc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS «-LONO TKRM-* • LOW RATI 4 — LAND BANK — FA^RSMI LQALNS NFL A, owned by twmw-4ot farmert, uvea you money when you borrow. Low interest ritw. Dependable. Loan* for moot any constructive purpose. For full information about a loan oa your land, ploan , contact: National Farm Loan Att'i PHIL DENNIS, Sec.-Treas, Over Woolworth's — Carroll Member r»d«fa! Land Bank Syttem mmmmmmmmttmimmmmmmmmiiimmimm FURNISHED, 3 bath. "Dial 3297. ROOMS AND 65-191-tfc 3-ROOM APT., CLOSE TO TOWN. Phone 4120 . 65-203-6tc 4 ROOMS AND BATH. CITY heat. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Phone 9376. 65-203-4tc 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 WINKER SERVICE - COM plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc was Joe Rogers; then Bill Stenek er, Larry Gillespie, Kermil Tannatt, Ray Standerwick and John Beach. State Cage Champs The biggest thrill for Heinie in his 32 years at Manning was attending the state basketball tourney in 1948, and watching "his boys" bring home the state trophy on the policies of McCarthy, drew less than 24,000 among them. Kohler, 53. had promised — if elected—to continue backing the administration. And he took a beating not only in the usually Democratic metropolitan areas but also in the GOP strongholds outstate. Whether this constituted a repudiation of the President's pro- Heinie's biggest chore, in the; grams or a personal victory for old days, was keeping the hand- j the hard-campaigning Proxmire fired furnace going. In 1936, he j was hard to determine. Proxmire recalls, this was especially tough.! himself claimed that it was "a The winter was awful, no school! protest against the President and could be held, and the furnace j his policies" rather than a positive had to be piled full every two j vote for the Democratic candi- hours. Later, the furnace was 1 date. 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 mnkes. Houlihan Motors. 76-14-tfc APARTMENTS AV A I L A B L E: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc FOR SALE: 45 PUREBRED Hampshire boars. All probed for backfat and weighed for rate of gain. Mates to our boars that rated high at the Iowa Boar testing station. Roy A. Struve, 2Vi miles south of Manning. 41-202-2tc YEARLING HAMP BOAR FROM Ct-Keen-Son herd. Extra long. Walter Tigges. Phone 3989. 41-202-3tc LIVESTOCK AUCTION NEW IDA GROVE SALE PAVILION Sale Every Friday Starts 12:30 p. m. ALWAYS A GOOD LISTING OF LIVESTOCK 41-269-ltc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll. Iowa. 65-58-ltc 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 attery, tighten fan belt,.change gear vah lubricants, adjust overhead overhaul carburetor. Ives, WINTER IS COMING—BE COZY in a comfortable city heated apartment—4 rooms and bath, 2 rooms and bath. Dial 3819. 65-201-6tc 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 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. 5l-20l-tfc THREE - 160 ACRE FARMS, from $135 to $150 per acre. Also three Carroll homes. Frank Hoffmann. 67-199-tfc FOR SALE 240 acres Palo Alto County, Iowa, excellent buildings, soil — web- ster well drained, and very productive. Well located as to churches. Possession March 1, 1958. Priced $425.00 per acre. Jerry M. Lewis Broker Box 459 — Algona, Iowa _67-203-3tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 Have You Met This Man? , WILL RENT OR TRADE G. E". roll-around Vacuum Sweeper. $49.96. Heires Electric. 51-197-tfc 1947 REFRIGERATOR. VERY good. Phone 3631. 5l-202-3tc FOR SALE: OLD STYLE KITCH- en sink, stool, cheap. Phone 2812. . 51-202-2tp FOR SALE: SINGER ELECTRIC Sewing Machine complete with attachments and new guarantee, for 5 payments of $6.84 a month to responsible party, in this vicinity, or will discount for cash. Write Credit Mgr., 309 24th St.. Omaha, Nebraska. 51-203-ltc KNOWLTON'S H You Can 't Come to Qui i Store We'll Bring It to Your Door Without charge or obligation you sea carpet samples in tb« Mttlng of your own furnishings. PHONE 2460 SEE OUR CARPET DEPT. KNOWLTON'S- NowOnly $15.95 Reg. $22.50 0?arts Extra) Bill Burgess Motors Friendly Ford Dealer 3rd and Main — Phone 3501 Carroll, Iowa . 75-165-ltc* changed to stoker heat; now it uses nil, Heinie enjoys working with all members of the faculty and finds pleasure in their associations. They call on him often during the year to brew a large pot of coffee for such things as night school sessions and band concerts. Mrs. Dethlefs loves working with school personnel and children, also, and helps out in the hot lunch kitchen. Their long-standing affection for the children of Manning is acknowledged by those children, because the Dethlefs are remembered by them in many small ways, and are always guests at any class reunion that is held by local graduates. No matter how many hours Heinie put* in during the school year, he can hardly wait until school opens again, following va cation. His health permitting, he hopes to enjoy his work for years to come. Legal Notices The Democratic nominee was ahead from the start. By midnight his triumph was assured. In Milwaukee county, he piled up a majority of more than 53,000 votes, compared with a 30,000 lead he had over Kohler three years ago when the votes was nearly three times as heavy. Labor, which had supported Proxmire, was credited with helping pile up the large Milwaukee majority. Proxmire, a native of Illinois who came to Wisconsin less than Session- (Continued from Page 1) Hightower- (Continued from Page 1) STATE PRINTING BOARD The .Iowa State Printing Board will meet at Des Moines, iowa, on September 13. 1957, to receive bids on paper for Highway Maps; Envelopes for Tax Commission; cigarette stamps for Tax Commission; and other miscellaneous Items. Bids will be received until 10:00 a. m. on the date named and at the hour mentioned will be opened and read, and award made. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. For specifications, Interested parties should address Sherman w. Needham, Superintendent of Printing, State House, Des Moines. Aug. 28; Sept. 4, 11, 1957 In The District Court of Iowa, In and for Cairoll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WTLX. STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It Mav Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an Instrument In writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of John B; Danner Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 16th day of September, 1957. at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the Courthouse in Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said court hereto affixed, this 20th day of August, 1967. (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court. By Lois Slbenaller, Deputy. Aug. 21, 28, Sept. 4, 1957 Eastern crisis which presently centers upon the pro-Communist swing of Syria. Some experts speculate privately that with their talk of progress on missiles and atomic weapons the Soviets may be trying to intimidate Western governments to prevent them from taking any effective countermeasures in the Middle East. Two Developments The pattern of Kremlin strategy encompasses for the moment two developments which occurred in a period of roughly 24 hours. On Monday Moscow claimed successful testing of an intercon tinental rocket. It tied this claim in with references to successful testing of atomic weapons. In effect, Russia suggested it may now be out ahead in the atomic arms race although it has tried to end the race by disarmament proposals which the Western Powers have consistently blocked. Tuesday the Russians followed up in the London talks with a blast against session." Hanson said. "The ob ject of such meetings among the legislators and possibly even with the governor would be to explore the best possibilities for compro-j mise of the Legislature's position and that of the governor." Hopes for Compromise Hanson replied "I would hope so" when asked if he thought a compromise could be reached without raising the sales tax rate. "I come from a border county and I don't want to have to raise the sales tax." Hanson said. "On the other hand the need for capital improvements at several state institutions is more serious than a lot of people realize." Loveless in talking with reporters agreed with Hanson that some compromise should be available without boosting the sales tax. "There are dozens of compromise revenue measures that would probably be acceptable to this office," Loveless 6aid. "A starting place might be the individual and corporation income taxes." Loveless said he had not discussed with any legislators the possibility of enacting a gross income tax or transactions tax such as is in use in Indiana. er by Secretary of State Dulles. James C. Hagerty. presidential press secretary, said the two had discussed Tuesday's brusque Russian response to Western atomic arms control proposals in the Lon- . don conference of a United Nations subcommittee. Valerian Zorin, chief Soviet delegate in London, accused the West of blocking all progress by tying an end to nuclear weapons tests to unacceptable conditions, and of plotting aggression. The Eisenhower statement took cognizance not only of that attack but of Monday's Kremlin claim that the Reds have developed and successfully tested a rocket capable of hitting any target area in the world. The rocket success was claimed in a statement which pictured Russia as having tried diligently against Western obstruction to end the arms race. Western Program The Western Powers — Britain, France, Canada and the United States—are now completing at London a "rounded" plan for disarmament aimed to guard against massive surprise attack, suspend nuclear weapons tests for two years, subject missiles development to controls, cut off atomic, weapons production and cut back armed forces. Eisenhower did not say specifically that he considers the states ment by Zorin Tuesday to constitute a rejection of these points. State Department officials said Zorin apparently had not rejected the whole Western position by any means. He had seemingly -.turnejEg down, however. American propos* als for vast aerial inspection systems in order to provide against massive surprise attack. 46 Freshmen Report; 11 Of Number New Forty-six freshmen of whom 11 Western proposals for ; were new to Carroll Public Schools Seen Driving Both ml Buick and 1957 Pontiac Around Carroll County 1954 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER deluxe 4-dr., power brakes and steering. Local car, real sharp. , Wittrock's. % 7M97-tfc WIFE CfOT THE CAR? HERE'S • beauty for « second car, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for. Bill Burgess Motors. Ben Reiman, Omaha Visits in Templeton (lime* Herald News Service) TEMPLETON - Ben Reiman of Omaha spent a few days at the Bahlman sisters home. He went to Milford to visit relatives before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Uhlen- kamp of Redwood Falls, Minn., visited the John Vogl family and also called at the Bahlman sisters home. Mr. and Mrs. William Goettsch and son, accompanied by Bernardine and Elizabeth Bahlman, went to West Bend Sunday to see the grotto. They also went to St. Benedict to visit Mr. and Mrs. Otto Billmeier, formerly of Templeton. atomic weapons control which So viet Delegate Valerian Zorin broadly denounced as a "mask" for aggression. The over-all effect of these diplomatic thrusts apparently has been a curious propaganda mixture of a king which the Soviets over the years have seemed especially adept at concocting reported for orientation in the library of the high school building Tuesday afternoon. The 46 freshmen on hand were somewhat less than last year's freshman enrollment of 52. Algebra aptitude tests were given to the group by Dale Jungst, mathematics instructor. Attendance regulations and other proce START TRAINING Harold Meiners, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meiners of Coon Rapids, and Robert Tunning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tunning of Coon Rapids, who enlisted in the Marine Corps, left Sunday to start their training at the naval base io San Diego, Calif. On the one hand they have j dures were outlined by Principal pointed the finger of blame at the j j Howard McElhinney. Class- West for disarmament failures j rooms were identified and lockers and wrapped themselves in claims i ass ig n ed of a peace-loving search for ways j school' will open Thursday at to rid the world of the threat of 13.30 a m atomic disaster. ' On the other hand, they have succeeded in conveying the impression—or so many authorities here believe—that they are tough, strong and ruthless in military power and policy and do not intend to be pushed around anywhere on any issue. # Upsefr- (Contlnued from Page 1) state Democratic party officials predicted. The total vote of nearly 800,000 is about 300,000 more than the 500,000 who turned out for the primary four weeks ago to name the nominees. Over 56% In Tuesday's balloting, Proxmire drew' just over, 66 per cent of the total vote cast. In the primary, the seven • map Republican field drew 69 per cent of the total cast. Proxmire defeated Rep. Clement Zablocki (D-Wis) in the two-man Democratic primary. Final unofficial returns from 8,347 of the state's a,36l preciaots Rainy Weather . Through Thursday By The Associated Press An inch or more of rain fell over much of Iowa late Tuesday and early Wednesday, and the Weather Bureau predicted the showery weather would continue through Thursday. Heaviest rainfall reported was 3.32 inches at Garwin. Pocahontas had 2.95 inches, Cedar Rapfc ids 2 42, Grinnell and Storm Lake 2.22. Other rainfall amounts of more than an inch Included: Buckey 1.97, Clarence 1.53, Clarion 1.51, Estherville and Shell Rock 1.00, Fairfield 1.52, iowa Falls 1.43. Sac City 1.25, Hubbard 1.46, Jewell 1.67, Montezuma 1.75, North English 1.50, Jefferson 1.24. Marble Rock 1.51, Popejoy 1.73, Sheffield 1.10. Brooklyn 1.51, Williams 1.32. Spencer 1.24. Williamsburg 1.33, lndianola 1.05 and Ottumwa 1.01. In its five-day outlook, the Weather Bureau predicted temperatures would average three to five degrees below .normal and precipitation would average four- tenths to six-tenths of an inch. High temperatures Tuesday ranged from a chilly 57 at Mason City to 83 at Burlington. Lows Tuesday night ranged from 55 at Dubuque to 65 at Ottumwa. BOUND OVER DAVENPORT UP-Edwin Ford, 31, Davenport, charged with robbery with aggravation in a $660 armed robbery of a tavern Aug. 20, was bound over to District Court Tuesday. Deaths and Funerals FRANKLIN M. VENTEICHER Final rites were held at 9:30 Tuesday morning at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here for Franklin M. Venteicher. 19, of Omaha, formerly of Carroll, who died Saturday night at the Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital, Omaha, after a week's illness. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman offered requiem mass and gave the sermon. He also of-, ficiated at graveside rites in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Rev. Leo Lenz and the Rev. Thomas Donahoe were in the sanctuary. Pallbearers were Bernard Uck- elman, Roland Venteicher, Joe Friedman, Ronald Schenkelberg, Leonard Sailer and Allen Kuker. Attending the services from away were Franklin's mother, Mrs, Leone Venteicher; his brothers, George and Arthur; and half- sister, Lillian, Omaha; and rela­ tives from Sioux City, Mapleton and the surrounding area. Besides his mother, brothers and sister named, he is survived by another half-sister, Mrs, Adam Hoffman of Columbus, Neb., and his grandfather. William Hoesing of Carroll. His father, George Venteicher, died in 1950. The family, who lived at 226 North Clark Street, moved a year ago to Omaha, where the home is at 2959 Farnham Street. MONUMENTS: Compare au«llty, workmi ship »na price , , . «nd buy, your monument fro Ph«r#ori'C«mpbill. Pherson pbell Co from Csmettn* iJ — CftrrolMlau Op«n l«nd»ys» Till

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