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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14 CARD OP THANKS P|> to SO words. over 30 words. $1.83 4c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch _$1.20 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified tiU 9 -30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word Scents Two days, per word 9 cents Three days, per word——4? cents WALLPAPER . . . JUST RECETV 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-lCO-ltc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs-, For a Free Estimate, Dial 2592. Gambles. 14-86-tfc Four days, per word. Five days, per worn. Six days, per word.. ,14 cents _18 cents _»18 cents Announcements OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience. Andy Balk Men's Wear. 6-189-tfc BUY YOUR RIFLE OR SHOTGUN now—use our layaway plan or time payment plan, low interest charges. Browning — Winchester —Colt. The Uptown Club. 14-212-tfc POOR TELEVISION PERFORM- ance. Let us check your set and put it in top condition. We repair all makes. Fast dependable service. Sporrer's T. V. Phone < JJ513^^ 6-212-6tc Personal FLY TIME IS SCREEN TIME We can rescreen your frames, or supply you with all necessary materials to do it yourself. You can do better at Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-214-6tc 17 Salesman Wanted 25 2 MEN NEEDED Due to recent promotions and an Increased demand for our services. We prefer jnen 19 to 90 years of age, with neat appearance, who can meet the public. A car Is necessary. Must be able to be away from home Monday to Friday working In 100 mite area. This position provides permanency, opportunity . and guaranteed minimum income* of $325 per month. Base salary begins with training. Apply to Mr. King, Burke Hotel, Carroll, Iowa, Wednesday evening 4:30 to 7:30. 25-213-2tc Farm Products 31 FOR SALE: 250 PULLETS, ready to lay. $1.25 each. LeRoy Rupiper. Dial 3040. 31-214-3tc Where To Go BULLHEADS NOW BITING IN Big Kandiyohi Lake. Housekeeping cabins and bait available. Peterson's Resort. Lake Lillian, Minn. Tel. No. 4-3201. 17-214-3tc GOOD FOR WHAT AILS YOU Doc. Hagedorn, inventor of world famous penetrating liniment, good for nearly everything. Stop or relieve all kinds of pain. Arthritis and rheumatism, swelling and stiff joints. Do away with goiters, inward goiters, enlarged veins, heart pains, prostrate gland trouble, asthma, sinus trouble, all skin diseases and eczema, ring worm and many other things. Write for price list and what all it will do for you. SOLD BY Wm. Hagedorn Manufacturer — Manning, Iowa 9-214-ltc ROSES (NOT FOUR ROSES) 9-214-ltc Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes Community Loan Service, Car' roll and Denison. 12-304-2tc LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc Business Services 14 RADIATOR REPAIRING. R E coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc LUMBER BUYS Pondorosa Pine - lfl» UTILITY BOARDS 1x12, 8-ft. Long Each 80C %X8 RED CEDAR HOUSE SIDING FOR SALE: 400 HY-LINE PUL- lets, 5 mos. old. Harry E. Nelson. Audubon, Iowa, Rt. 2. Phone 635R12. 31-214-2tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: ELECTRIC SPAN- ish guitar, like new, B flat clarinet, upright piano. Dial 2694 ; after 6 p.m. 55-214-2tc FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc FOR SALE: 2-WHEEL TRAILER, well built. 8' long, high box, large tires, also a good size top carrier with rack, nice for mov ing. Inquire at 306 South Walnut 55-213-3tc For Rent 57 FOR RENT: AFTER OCT. 1— 20'x30' building, suitable for storage or dock. Call 3809. 57-213-3tc Room for Rent 60 Hatcheries 32 DON'T FORGET THE ANNUAL American Le|ion dance, Starline Ballroom, Sept. 11, Bob Cjibm^^cjieM^ Good Things to Eat 18 JUMBO SHRIMP ! ! ! ! SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc CLUB 30—THE HOUSE OF PIZZA —where Fresh Pizza is served to order. 9 varieties. 18-193-tfc FOR SALE: LARGE SELECTION of feeders, waterers and nests to choose from. Reasonable prices. See us before you buy. We will deal. Kruse Hatchery, West on Hwy^0^^^^^^^32^13^tjc 33 Farm Machinery HAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN- vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest in new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-180-tfc ROOM, CLOSE IN. DIAL 2395 60-213-2tc ROOM FOR RENT, CLOSE IN Phone 9390. 60-214-3tC Used Cars & Trucks 71 FOR SALE: 1947 CHRYSLER Windsor f o r d o r, reasonable. Phone 2493. 7l-214-3tp Auto Service 75 RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage* 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfe AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pairt . . . 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 Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1957 9 Nashville- (Continued from Page 1) Deaths and Funerals WALTER J. (PAT) LAMBERTY A large number of relatives and friends of the family attended funeral services at SS. Peter and Paul Church Tuesday morning for Walter J. (Pat) Lamberty who Faubus- (Continued from Page 1) WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc Houses for Sale 63 5-ROOM HOUSE ON FULL LOT. Steve Vanderloo, 332 No. Whitney. Phone 9523. 63-207-12tp REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done I You'U get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc store order at Clinton, 200 miles to the east, after high school integration there touched off rioting. Clement, who said he personally knew of no threats against him, has declined comment on the Nashville situation. 6 Held In Dynamiting Six white men faced preliminary \ the 10 students who trled to hearing today in connection, with; roll _ has advised them not t0 the dynamiting of HatUe Cotton j make any {urther aUempts untU Grammar School. The six were j a f ter Sept 2 o arrested Tuesday, and police said; _ , , , ' ... ., 50 feet of wire of the same type L Fa " bus looke ^ llke » vas , tly 5* Jueved man when he confronted reporters in another general news conference Tuesday. Had he been in contact with the POTATOES FOR SALE. FROM lc to 3c per pound. Swan Lake Potato Farm. Phone 5-2285 or 5-2284, Laurens, Iowa. 18-213-12tc USED PICKERS: 1-200 PICKER 1-MM 2-row pull type 4 - BEDROOM IN EXCELLENT state of repair, $750.00 down, balance like rent; 2-bedroom, garage, $1900 down, 44 r 'r loan. Dial 9730. Greteman Real Estate. Middle East- (Continued from Page 1) used to detonate the blast was found in the home of one of the men. One Negro first • grader was among 390 students enrolling at the school Monday. Attendance nosedived Tuesday to 15 or 20 per cent of normal at five of the other six integrated schools. A total of 28 persons were arrested during the tense day as police shifted their tactics from watching to preventing demonstrations. The crowds were kept at least a block away from the six racially mixed schools as flareups between ONE OF CARROLL'S NICEST HOMES regret any development which would cause them to darken." The Russian charge of Turkish ; white and Negro adults continued troop movements was discounted \ for the second day. 63-2l2-3tc i by authoritative sources in Ankara. I They said the Turkish army • svQSpGr*"* normally holds maneuvers at this { (Continued trom Pag* 1) for rent, or wUl sell and give good - _.„.. t v., r ~ . . ..terms to responsible party. Well lo- . . . „ _„,;„„„ 1-226 . . . 1-2U IHC. Schenkel-' c »' e d. double lots nicely landscaped. | time of year. Any operations near berg Impl. Co. 33-211-ltc NOTICE: IF YOU HAVEN'T shopped at Brenny's new market you're missing out on those Everyday Low Food Prices they are offering and that friendly, courteous service. Stop—Shop- Compare at Brenny's Market. 18-214-ltc Dine on the Finest Foods .., DELICIOUS FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS Served Anytime Pauline's Cafe Maie Help Wanted 21 JOHN DEERE OVERHEAD WA- gon hoist. Leo Renze. 33-214-2tp FOR SALE: 2-ROW OLIVER, pull-type corn husker, good condition. Ben Vonnahme, 1 mile north Mt. Carmel. 33-214-2tp Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 50 CHOICE PB Duroc boars. Double vac. Wayne Ranniger, 3 West and 3 *4 No. of Manning. 41-201-tfc LIVESTOCK AUCTION NEW IDA GROVE SALE PAVILION Sale Every Friday Starts 12:30 p. m. ALWAYS A GOOD LISTING OF LIVESTOCK 41-269-ltc Near new brick one story, carpeted, { ne Svnan border are only routine nice basement. AvaUable Oct. 1 or \ , later. Located 622 w. uth st. See your exercises and have no connection broker or contact H. H. Richey town- j with recent developments in Syria, er), Ellsworth, lowa. ; , „. . 83-208 itc they added. HOUSE FOR SALE: 214 N. EAST They also termed "completely St., Carroll. 1st floor, 5 rooms and Purely imaginary a charge and utility room, 2 are bed-! h.v the Soviet army newspaper rooms. 2nd floor 2 small sleep- j Red Star that U.P. military units ing rooms and a store room, full I have landed in Turkey to support size lot, 1 block from St. Joseph j moves against Syria. Blast at U.S. Expanding his warning to Turkey to a blast at the United States. Gromyko in a talk with correspondents blamed the most recent Middle East crisis on the Eisenhower Doctrine. He said sponsors of the U.S. plan to halt the spread of communism in the Middle East are "attempting to persuade Turkey to take up the role of policeman. . . ." "Every development in Syria is nothing but the jealous Eisenhow- Hd. Ft $8.00 We hava a good stock of flat sheets and-rolls of ateel corrugated galvanized roofing. CARROLL LUMBER CO. - 14-210-<tc 2-HOUR CLEANING AND PRESS- "ing service at HR Cleaners, where your clothes are always 20% cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-213-tfc MARRIED MAN FOR FARM work, year round employment. Must have livestock experience. Modern house. See Clarence Henriksen, Gray, Iowa. 6 miles south, Templeton, Iowa, corner on U.S. 71 and V* east. 21-210-5tp FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP- shire boars vaccinated. Eugene Heithoff, Manning, Iowa. 41-212-3tp church. Close to downtown, must sell. Call Arthur N. Neu. Phone 2240. 63-214-ttc JUST COMPLETED NORTH SIDE 3-bedroom, extra large kitchen with built-in stove and oven, large living room, good size bedrooms with walk-in closets. Finished basement, attached garage. Small down payment. Call Pudenz Real Estate. Dial 9342. 63-214-3tc died of a heart ailment at St. Anthony Hospital, Saturday. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. F, H.'Greteman officiated at the requiem mass, sermon and committal rites in Mt. Olivet cemetery. > Pallbearers, all members of Mr, Lamberty's bowling team who played together for many years, were Dr. R. B. Morrison, Clem White, Frank Nockela, Bob Carver and Dick Wilt of Carroll and Bill Lux of Lidderdale. Mr. Lamberty is survived by hit wife, a son Bill of St. Louis, Mo., a brother, Joseph, of Lake City; and three sisters — Mrs. Thomas (Anna) Reiling of Carroll, Mrs:, Lawrence (Alvina) Riesberg of Halbur, and Mrs. ^Frank (Loretta) Schiltz of Carroll—all of whom at* tended the services. Others here from a distance were Mrs. Anna Wlese, Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siepker, Des Moines; Susan and Lawrence Lamberty, Dell Rapids, S, D.; Mr, and Mrs. Dick Lamberty, Denver, Colo.; and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lamberty Jr., Ogallala, Neb. Many relatives and friends worst present from the Carroll area. CINDRA KAY GEISINGER (Time* Herald New* Serriee) LAKE CITY — Funeral service* White House? "If there had been any such contacts. I could not discuss it here," he said. Would he appear personally before Judge Davies or send a representative? "I can't give you my answer to that yet," he said. Other Efforts Apart from the legal machinery now grinding toward a decision in the highly Inflamed struggle over integration, were other efforts under way to reach a solution? Faubus referred to the proposal for Cindra Kay Geisinger will be by Gov. Foster Furcolo of Massa- held at 2 p.m. Friday at the* Houses for Rent ALL MODERN. 4 - BEDROOM house, So. side, gas heat. Dial 4180. ways been around to see that the accused made bond. During the big weekend of violence which followed admission of 12 Negroes to Clinton High School, 200 miles east of here, last fall, Kasper was in jail at Knoxville. U. S. District Judge Robert L. Taylor sentenced him to a year in prison on grounds Kasper had violated his permanent injunction against interfering with Clinton High to integrate just as' Federal District Judge William E. Miller has ordered Nashville first grades to be integrated. Kasper. 27, Columbia University graduate, again was convicted of violating Taylor's injunction last July, when an all-white jury in Knoxville convicted him and six Clinton residents of stirring up trouble which arose in November and December. He has appealed er Doctrine in action." Gromyko ! the year's sentence to the U. S. uiai declared. "The United States is i Supreme Court, whom he has de- 64-211-tfc i P re Pa rp d to go so far is to call ] nounced as Communistic for han- 1 every Syrian patriot who is de- i "ing school segregation in May. 64 chusetts to set up a panel com posed of the governors of five states to study the problem and make recommendations. He said he undrestood Furcolo has communicated with Gov. William Straiton of Illinois, chairman of the Governors' conference, about naming the panel members. "Further than that," he continued, "I am not at liberty to say. I don't mean to infer that something else is going on." Rumors are current in Little Rock that a "deal" has been arranged between Faubus and the federal government. In that connection newsmen asked the governor why he quickly accepted the summons to appear in court. "No one wants to be a process dodger," he replied. "I believe in the courts. I believe in the law of the land. What would be the purpose of my dodging around trying to avoid service? " Wayne L. Huffman Memorial Chapel here. Rev. A. Howard, Lindquist, pastor of the* First Presbyterian Church, Fort Dodge, will officiate. Burial will be in the Lake City cemetery. Cindra Kay, IM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Geisinger, former Lake City residents, was injured fatally in an automobile accident in Motherly, Mo., Sunday. FOR SALE: 40 HEAD, HERE- ford and black Angus yearlings and calves. William A. Halbur, Halbur, Iowa. . 41-212-3tc For rent, or will sell and give good terms to responsible party. Well located, double lots nicely landscaped. Near new brick one story, carpeted, nice basement. Available Oct. 1 or Inter. Located B22 W. 14th St. See your broker or contact H, H. Richey, (owner), Ellsworth, lowa. Apartment for Rent 65 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 6ASOLINE ENGINE laws mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Saftway Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc OPPORTUNITY Do you realtzt that your abilities to meet and talk to people have a large income earning potential which possibly you are not being paid for today. Many men earned. In our business last year, from $5,000 to $15,000. W* have nothing to sell you, but the op- f iortunlty to make money Is awaiting he right men — Starting salary $75.00 a week plus bonus. If you are between 19-45, have a car, free to be away from home Monday through Friday, ready to begin at once — then see company representative, Iowa State Employment Service, Carroll, Thursday a. m. to noon, Sept.- 12. Female Help Wanted 22 CLERK AND BOOKKEEPER wanted. Waters Store. 22-212-tfc HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED factory method. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-207-tfc OPPORTUNITY - LOCAL LADY needed for part time. Must be neat, past 30 and have pleasant personality. Satisfied to start earning $1.50 per hour or more. Call Naomi Lawrence, 3551, tonight from 6:30 to 8 p.m. • 22-214-ltp MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquar (era for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc 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. 14-168-ltc GREETING CARDS V ... AT Stone Printing Co. you'll find a card for every memorable occas ion. 14-125-ltc JOB WANTED - COMBINING beans, Have new IH machine Phone 10F2, Lidderdale. Evan Kuker, Rt. 1. Carroll. 14-214-6tc Here's the Way to Get Things Cooking in a BIG HURRY— Stir up action quickly by first working up your message. Add your name and address or tele. ' phone number. Then call 31573 or place your Want Ad by mall or in person. Serves you feal de-e-lightful results. Daily Times Herald HUM ^Wi ^tuy^;^!!^^ ^fjlj ^ftfrjl FOR SALE: BROWN SWISS MILK cow. Just fresh, very good. Herbert Pudenz. Phone 2969, Carroll. 41-213-3tc FOR SALE: 45 PUREBRED Hampshire boars. All probed for back fat and weighed for rate of gain. Mates to our boars thai rated high at the Iowa boar testing station. Roy A. Struve, 2Vi miles south of Manning. 41-202-2tc 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. 51-20l-tfc WANTED: FULL TIME SALES- woman at Harris Music Co. 22-214-3tc WANTED: WORKING GIRL' OR woman to stay most nights in exchange for modern, warm room. Cooking facilities available. Dial 3155. 22-214-3tc Salesman Wanted 25 FOR SALE: ONE ONLY, USED electric clothes dryer. Good condition. Also Westinghouse 17- inch table model TV set, $30.00 Just checked over by service man. See them at Heires Electric Co, 51-214-4tp FURNISHED, 3 ROOMS AND bath. Dial 3297. 65-191-tfc 3 ROOMS AND BATH FOR RENT 2 blocks from Kuemper High Call 2609. 65-214-2tc ONE OF CARROLL'S NICEST HOMES ! (ending his country's interests a j 1954. Soviet agent." He added that the Soviet Union is keeping a close watch on the situation because "in these days it is difficult to localize conflict." This pro-western nation on Syria's border watched the charges and countercharges with foreboding. Lebanese government leaders are known to fear that the crisis arising from Syria's veer to the left is approaching a climax. Lebanon's Foreign Minister Charles Malik will fly to Washington this weekend to discuss the Syrian situation with U.S. officials. Unofficial sources said Malik's trip was urged last week by King Saud of Saudi Arabia, who also views with misgivings the Soviet arming of the fiery Syrians. Syria and Jordan, however, appeared to be trying to apply the brake to suspicion between Arab states by abruptly putting emphasis on the ancient Arab-Israeli enmity. This was pointed up by reports of a new Israeli-Syrian border clash, the first reported frontier incident since July 9. Syria charged that three Israeli Immigration- (Continued trom Page 1) 5-ROOM, FIRST FLOOR APT. Tile floors, modern kitchen Phone 4122. 65-213-tfc 4 ROOMS AND BATH. ALL UTIL- ities furnished, city heat, close in. Dial 2274. 65-213-2tc 3 ROOMS AND BATH. EXTRA nice, heat and water furnished. Reasonable. Dial 9352. 65-213-3tc NEWLY DECORATED MEN'S apartment for rent. Heat, light and water furnished. Private bath. See Merle, at Schechin ger's. 65-2l3-2tc YOU SAID IT CY! IT'S REALLY a buy. Blue Lustre rug and upholstery cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 51-214-ltc COPPER CLAD RANGE. DIAL 9811 after 6 p.m. 51-214-3tp WANTED: SALESMEN EARN $200.00 to $300.00 dollars weekly selling Louvre-type Aluminum Awnings with inside operation, also finest line of self-storing Aluminum Storm Doors and Windows. Sell on credit basis. Contact Aluminum Products Co., 915 20th St., Boone, Iowa. 25-212-3tc WANT ADS PA1 TCOy CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS GOOD. STURDY BUNK BEDS, complete. $24.50. Phone 3219. 51-214-3tc WILL RENT OR TRADE G. E. roll-around Vacuum Sweeper. $49.95. Heires Electric. 51-197-tfc LAND 1ANK — FARM LOANS NFLA, owned by farmer*—for larmert, aavet you money when you borrow. Low interest rates. Dependable, Leant for most any constructive purpose. For full information about • loan en your Und, please . contact: Nittintl Firm Uin Ait's. PHIL DENNIS, Sec-Treat, Ove? Woolworth's - Carroll MCHtW^^r Pt^era) Und Bank System; <|i ^ililill|i^lil|l!lii(Wiititi KNOWLTON'S If You Can't Come to Our Store We'll Bring It to Your Door Without charge or obUgatlon you aee carpet samples in the letting of your own (urnlahlngf. FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT. AT 108 So. Court. Dial 9733. 65-209-6tc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 63-58-ltc New Jersey Native The Tennessee career of the New Jersey-born "rabble rouser" —his own term for himself—began on Aug. 25, 1956, two days before Clinton High School was to begin its first year of integrated operation. It was on that day, a Saturday, that Kasper arrived in Clinton, and started on a house-to-house, door-knocking campaign to arouse sentiment against the Integration order. He never before had been in Tennessee prior to his arrival. Clinton —which has an insignificant proportion of Negroes among its 4,000 population—had appeared to be taking the Impending race mixing in stride. On the third night in Clinton— a Monday—he held forth on the Anderson County Courthouse square with his first anti-integration harrangue. Charge Dismissed A state charge of inciting to riot was dismissed for lack of evidence. That only made him more confident, and the next night his audience was even larger, his anti- integration speech even bolder. On Wednesday, U.S. marshals 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. 67-198-30 160 ACRES AND 240 ACRES. Both Carroll County farms. In high state of cultivation. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. 67-208-tfc armored cars fired on two Arab j served a temporary order to re villages, killing one civilian. ! strain him from interfering with An Israeli army spokesman i peaceful integration of Clinton countered with a charge that Sy-! High. He was tried before Taylor rian positions opened fire on Is-; on Friday and adjudged in crimi- raeli tractor drivers working in I nal contempt of court. That was their fields. Legal Notices when he was sentenced to a year in prison. Free on bond while awaiting the outcome of a motion for a new trial, Kasper came to Nashville in August. He attracted, with STATE PRINTING BOARD j his "^-familiar anti-integration j cnanges , fller< The lowa state Printing Board 1 speeches, crowds which at first! w i!L m t et a , l o D ^ M 1 lnes - r ? wa L.2 n ! did not number more than 50 per ! September 13, 1957, to receive bids I A- ;»„ „. ,„„„, dence, looking forward to citizenship." This was the first day since Eisenhower came to Newport a week ago that he did not make an early morning trip to the golf course. An overnight rain left the course soggy so the President passed up a round on the links and worked instead on correspondence. Talks to Brownell The President talked by telephone with Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell again regarding the Little Rock, Ark., school integration case. James C. Hagerty, White House press secretary, said Brownell reported no change in that situation since the government moved Tuesday for an injunction. Hagerty earlier had indicated that Eisenhower plans a policy of patient waiting in government efforts to resolve the Little Rock crisis. Hagerty in effect said as much Tuesday in declaripg he had no idea how long it might take for due process of law to bring a decision in the government's move to achieve school integration in Little Rock. As for the immigration bill, it represents a compromise which Senate and House leaders said was the most Congress would ap prove this year. They spoke of possible efforts to get more far reaching changes next year. Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass), whose name the bill bears, had predicted it would lower barriers to admit between 60,000 and 70,000 immi grants, including 20,000 Italians and 4,000 Greeks now excluded, He said he would strive for more DAVID FRANK COOVER (Timet Herald N*w» ScrvlM) GLIDDEN — Funeral service! for David Frank Coover, .71, who passed away at Glidden on Sep* tember 6, were held Monday aft* ernoon in the Huffman Funeral Home, Glidden, the Rev. Duane Heap of the Glidden Preshyteria| Church officiating. Interment wai in the cemetery at Jefferson. Two hymns were sung by Elmer Peters who was accompanied by Mrs. Florence Sherfield. ' Casket bearers were Helmet Johnson, Duane Bliss. Fred Fiekes, Fred Hermsen, Frank Sporrer and James Duncan. Mr. Coover was the son of David L. and Ida May Coover and was born September 4, 1886 near Richmond, Washington C 0 u n t yi Iowa. He was baptized in tha Christian Church at Farlln at the age of 13. With his parents he moved to South Dakota in 1905 where he married Cora Shoemafc er In the spring of 1908. She passed away in November of. th| same year. Later he left South Dakota and movefl to Nebraska where he was married to Emma Cushingan of Ewing, Neb., in 1914. They were the parents of four children. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Elizabeth Kent of Denver, Colo,, and Mrs. Vivian Ickler of Sidney, Neb.; five grandchildren! a sister, Mrs. Delia Cox, of Og* den; a brother, Arthur, of Neligh^ Neb.; two half-sisters, Mrs. The^ ma Combs of Boone and Mrs* Mildred Smith of Oak View, CaUf.i and many other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were hie parents, his wife, two children* one brother George, one sister Mrs. Gladys Dennis of Coleridge, Neb-, and one half sister Ethel Cox of Ewing, Neb. Farms for Rent 68 PHONE 2460 SEE OUR CARPET DEPT. KNOWLTON'S USED FURNACE AND STOKER. Phone 3370 after 6 p.m. 51-211-tfc 4-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE, A-l condition. Phone 3265. 51-2I3-3tp n^W 52 Wearing Apparel FOR SALE: BLUE FORMAL, size 11-12. Phone 3669. 52-218-3tC FOH SALE: KUEMPER UNI- forth. blouse and gym suit. Size 16. Phone 3810. 52-214-2tc Wanted to Buy S3 FOR RENT: FARM TO MIDDLE Used Cars & Trucks 71 WIFE GOT THE CAR? HERE'S a beauty for a second car, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for. Bill Burgess Motors. • 7H8l-tfc on paper lor Highway Map*: En velopes for Tax Commission; cigarette atampa for Tax Commission; and other miscellaneous Items. Bid* 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. 2ST; Sept. 4, 11, 1957 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINIHTHATOK STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, as. No. 7438 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly ap- 1 nifiranllv Clinton Hieh beean its pointed and qualified as admlnls- M"™™!' '-union rugn oegan us frator of the estate of Elizabeth i second year of integrated opera- sons. On one occasion, at least, a MINISTER APPOINTED ftj 1 a few blocks DES MOINES - The Rev, away outdre*'him. Robert E wuliamg of Dowg n..f .c t K!^„ „ oa «r Wednesday was named pastor of But as the hour drew nearer , Methodist churche8 at w *, t Bwd TowrKase^ anla n fter r i e 5 1 1Cylinder by Bishop F. Gerald JrZ ? i ^iftari ?nr nLar »vS Ensle y- WilUams has been pastor groes registered for integrated t D , 19 R ^ first grade classes on Aug. 27. «; ceed a Rey Harold N Q £!2L M« hSrf itm a.Z hS i lvho hflS bee » ™ M t0 seemed to hold them—as he had, M „ (h/ , Hjc , t „* iu„ his followers in Clinton-spell- \ Methodist church at Alden. bound While he was in Nashville, sig 19 Bands How Entered in Festival , The total of participating high school bands in the first annual Western Iowa band festival sched« uled in Carroll Sept, 28 has risen to 19. the Chamber of Commerce office said Wednesday. * Latest entry is the Gowrie High School band directed by Herb Ma« son; _ j MONUMENTS- Compare ogallty, workmanship and prlea , . . and you'll boy ywr monumont from Me- Pharson-Campball. McPherson- Campbell Co. Across from C«m«t«ry Phono 32*3 — Carroll. Jow« Optn Sundays • Till 4 1952 PLYMOUTH 2-DR. HARD- top, 31,000 miles, radio, heater, new tires, two-tone, beautiful. See these and many more at the Summer Sell-out at Wittrock's. 71-214-tfc KICK-OFF WANTED: KITCHEN CABINET. The worries of winter motoring by getting one of our safe, dependable USED CARS, NOW! Hills Motor Co. n-aia^fce Lux deceased, late of Carroll 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. Chris P. Otto, Administrator Robert S. Bruner, Attorney Dated September 3, 19ST Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court Sept. 4, 11, 18, 1957 KOTicfTor~iiifiHoi.viioii TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, M. w. McPherson, and M. M. Campbell, heretofore carrying on business as MoPherson-Campbell Memorials at Carroll, lows, has been this day dissolved by mutual ronsent. The unfinished business and affairs of the partnership will M attended to by M.'w. Mcpherson, on» of the - undersigned, who is hereby suthortted to collect, receive >nd receipt for .*H moneys, goods SBd properties due or accruing to said co-partnership, and to discharge all obligations of said co-partn< snd perform all lt» unexecuted c-oiv tracts. Dsted at Carroll, low*, this 9th day of September, 196?. M, M- C»mpbell Sept Ifi. 3A iMff tion quietly. Eight Negroes enrolled without incident or outward protest. GLIDDEN 4-H CLUB ELECTS GLIDDEN — Officers were elected and e county candidate chosen at the September meeting of the Glidden Live Wires 4-H Club, Monday night, at the home of Ronald Burdine. New officers picked were Gene Kruse, president; Ronald Warnke, vice president; Ronald Fricke, secretary- treasurer; Bill Kanne, reporter for Carroll; and Paul Wetble, reporter for Glidden. Allen Hein was named us the club's candidate for the county election this fall. Paul Fricke will be his campaign manager. Fifteen members answered roll call with "Elements Found in the Soil," W, R. MlUender, assistant county extension director, spoke on results of the Four-County Fair, Lunch was served by the •oat's mother, Mrs. W. H. Burdine Your Prayers Are Requested for the ' Soul of— Angelina Kluver Snyder Breda — Age 38 ^ Rosary 8:00 p. m. Wednesday by Christian Mothers Society of St. Bernard's Parish, Breda, led by Rev. J. P. Hausman. Requiem Maes 9:30 «. m. Thursday, Rtv. J. P. Hausmen officiating. Pinal Resting Plaos St. Bernard's Cemetery.

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