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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14! Female Help Wanted 22 Building Supplies 47; CARD OF THANKS Ojj to 25 Words. over 25 words- $1.50 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch S1.60 Addltonal Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday «na 8 a> m. on Saturday. Rcsultir classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 24 cents Cards of Thanks 3 WK DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . Photographs, certificates, pulnt- ItiBs. Three-day service. .Toe's Paint Center. l<l-135-ltc PROMPT TV A RADIO SRRVICK on all makes, lncl. oar radios. Reasonable. Expert technician. CottSt-to-Coast Store. Dial 9368. 14-97-ltc AM, MAKES OP TELEVISION 8ER- viced nnd repaired. 00% of sets can be repaired in the homo. WANTKIJ: WOMAN NOT AFRAID of work. Please don't apply if you can't work 5 to 7 hours a tlav 6 duys a week. .$1 per hour. Some sales work. Must give references. Write Box XVZ % Times Herald. 22-206-tfc FUL.L OR PART TfME WAITRESS wanted. Pauline's Cafe. 22-191-tfc Prompt service calls. 30 day guar nntee on parts and service. Coast to Const Store. 14-205-Gtc CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank I he priests, doctors, sisters and nurses Tor tholr fine care, also relatives and friends for cards, floral offerings and many other kindnesses. All was deeply appreciated. ,1. .1. O'Henon and VaniiK- :»-2( is- Hi- Announcements 6 STARTER, GENERATOR, MAO- nolo and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Kclnart Service, across street west of Snfpwny, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc FOR MA, GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2126. i4-G5-tfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SB- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If It's greeting cards It's at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc Business Opportunities J 9 FOR SALE: GROCERY STORE. COX- lacl 12 on 11, Arcadia. l!>-20S-3lp Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED: SALES GIRL FULL TIME. Apply In person. Carroll Bakery. 22-207-3lc PORTABLE BUILDINGS AND FEED hunks built to order. See us for low prices. Carroll Lumber Company. 47-202-tfc Times Herald, Carroll, I Thursday, Sep*. 3, 1959 Household Goods 51 Apartment forJRent RENT, SUPER STUFF, SURE NUF! THAT'S Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Malt Furniture Co. 51-208-ltc FREE STORAGE FOR YOUR WIN- ter woolens. HH Cleaners. Dial 4333. fi-101- U c T.V. SNOW STORMS? CALL I).->I3 for service. Latest, modern testing equipment plus trained serviceman. Guaranteed parts, service. Sporrer's T.V. 6-205-61 c Loans 12 FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS EXTRA SAFETY See Phil Dennis Over Woolworth's — Carroll Sce.-Treas. National Farm Loan 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NFEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 466. 21-123-ltc Female Help Wanted 22 Young Women Career Jobs in Food Retailing with Safeway Stores, Inc. KITCHEN HELP WANTED: FULL or part time. Pauline's Cafe. 22-207-4tc Good Things to Eat 18 A HAPPY COMBINATION FOR A very happy meal, Pauline's has fine food, good service and air conditioned comfort. Eat out soon. Pauline's Cafe. 18-,208-ltc FOR SALE: ELEC. NO ROE RANGE. Dial 3624. 51-208-3tp GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONADO home Freezer . . . 5199.95. Only $5.00 down. Gambles. M-lll-tfc APT. FOR Dial 4251. • 6 Charged After Communist Rebels Neor Raids on Taverns Loos M j|j tary Headquarters 65 CLOSE IN.I F 0HT DODGE <AP>—Six per_ 'nri-207-3tc I sons charged with keeping liquor FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT. AT ! where beer is sold faced grand 126 West 2nd. Watt Miiienarkor.! jury action under bonds of $300 Dial 9733. «*.oo*.i f« . J J . _. .. s . 65-205-tfc FURNISHED MODERN TRAILER . ! a concentrated drive on taverns Cement Patio. Graham Trailer By DAVID LANCASHIRE VIENTIANE, Laos <AP)—Lao- each Thursday as the outcome ofitian government troops threw up Court, Dial 4122, 615-192-tfc MODERN 8-ROOM APT. AIR CON- dltioned. Dial 3297. 65-153-tfc SPRINGERS, $1.00 ileton. 08-3lp FOR SALE: dressed. Elmer Sleffes, Temnleton 18-21' - ~ FRIDAY EVENING MEATLESS MEAL BARGAIN WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helres Electric. 51-197-tfe 30" ELECTRIC RANGE, 2 YEARS old. Dial 2!i02. 51-207-21 c WANTED: A RESPONSIBLE TARTY to assume balance on a Singer slant-needle zig-zag with attachments. Phone 3849 or write Apt. 207, 917 North East Street. Carroll. 51-207-3tc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 8101) 65-132-tfC APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680 65-219-tfc here. County Attorney .John Murray headed 30 officers who made simultaneous raids on six taverns Tuesday night. Those arrested pleaded innocent when arraigned Wednesday. They are John Brehm, co-own- Farms for Sale 67 Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: INDIAN HEAD PENNIES and other old coins prior to 1920. I Ugliest prices paid. Contact Jerry ~ ' ' "14 No. Court, Apt. 204\ 33-21 i8-3tp D. Lltka, 51-1 For Sale 55 Association 12-208-tfc No experience required. Pleasant working conditions, group insurance, paid vucations, retirement plan, hospitalization. (Joocl starling salary. 45- hour week. Basic qualifications: High school graduate, willingness to work some nights, good health, apti- PERSONAL LOANS UP TO JS00- 1 t Uro S„ dor flgUrCS ' f » vorpble J,ll) back Loans and installment rinanclng— . , , . Cars, equipment, household goods. Apply In person to s & M Finance^. carmiy g owa Safeway Store Manager Business Services 14 WANTED: WATTRKSS. EXPERI- _ "j enced or Inexperienced. Inquire BUILDING OR REMODELING'.' BURKE Motor Inn - Uolj< -' 1 'L, V >''i' K f 1 , 1 ; Have your wiring done by: ^~-~I>IM ic Craftsman and some monev estimates given. Daniel Electric. 14-196-ltc WAITRESS WANTED: NO NIGHT work. Good hours. Main Icecream Parlor. 22-2()t;-3tc BRENNY'S *FOOD SAVINGS Meats Groceries Choice Beef Chuck Roast, round ! Gold Hill Pears, No 2'-j cans, bone or blade cut, lb 49c! 3 for SI.00 Pure Ground Beef, 2 lbs 80c, Royal Black Pitted Cherries. Lean Pork Butt Roast, lb. _.. 35c i 303 can 20c Lean Pork Steak, lb 39c IGA Peaches, No. 2 v i can, Canned Picnics, 3 lbs. _..„ $1.89 j 3 for * 9c Wilson Skinless Wieners, 2-lb. Hi-C Orangeade. 46-oz can, bag 79c I for 89t ' Minced Large Bologna, lb 39c| 1C;( ) (;,;| P e Juicc - 24 -° z ' bol3Rc Wilson's Pressed Ham, lb. 59c , J () ( . u , Gl . ccn BeanS( 303 cai ^ Longhorn Cheese, lb. 49c; o f(l] . 25c r- ., r \/ . i_ i ' Linko Karlv June Peas, 303 can. Fruits <J Vegetables 2 to.- 25c 2o c :K'.A Pork & Beans. 300 can 10c 15 C Otoe Spaghetti, 300 can 10c ' 8 p c A-l White Tissue, 4 rolls 20c JQ c I IGA Strawberry Preserves, 121 Q c oz. Jar, 4 for $1 00 fj c I Salad Bowl Salad Dressing. 5 C nuart 39c I Robin Hood Flour, 50 lbs. S3.49 IJiffv Cake Mix (Choc, White. Yellow. 2 pkgs. 29c Adams Orange Juice. 12 oz. 39cjDodeer Cola, half-cjt. G-nac 29c Duncan Hines Peas, 10 oz.. 6 | with coupon from Wed. paper pkgs. ..SI.00 (plus deposit) Pet-Ritz Pumpkin Pie 49c Marlene Oleo, 5 lbs. SI.00 Smooth Tex Ice Cream, Nabisco Ritz Crackers, lge. Bananas, 2 lbs. - Tokav Grapes, lb Red Potatoes, 25 lbs. _ Carrots, cello bag — Celery, stalk Green Peppers, each _ Radishes, cello pkg Frozen Foods FRIDAY EVENING SHORE DINNER BUFFET All You Want to Eat for Help yourself to a tasty satisfying meatless meal served every Friday night buffet style, 6:00 to 7:45 p. m. Take all vou want: SALAD, BAKED BEANS. FISH FILLETS, FRENCH FRIED POTATOES, ROLLS AND BEVERAGE. COOL AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT THE BURKE MOTOR INN DINING ROOM 18-131-ltc FOR SALIC: OA'URIIKAD WAGON hoist, like new. Herbert Rich, Ilalbur. 55-208-2tc FOR SALIC: GIRLS STANDARD size bicycle, good condition. Dial 2713. 55-208-ltc SPECIAL 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL tarpaulin and glass purchased before Sept. 15. We carry 6 x 12 to 21 x 21 canvass covers In stock. Geo. S. Miller Glass & Awning. 55-194-20tc 7,40 ACRE MODKRN FARM, HEAVY black soli. $230 an acre. Mrs. Ella Schmidt, Raymond, Minn^Rt.^2. Used Cars & Trucks 71 AP X-« AT 2,10 NO - CL ' vu £oJV'\ ! ' er o f the Flame: Ronald Dewey. Db07 - ___b .v20b .trc barlcnder at tnc Liberty Beer Parlor; Glenn Walden, bartender at the Brass Rail; Manuel Lempares, owner of the Gas Light; Lee Crippen, bartender at the Brown Derby, and Dale Deimel, bartender at the Chatterbox. Bond abso was set at $500 for Walden on another charge of receiving stolen property in the alleged theft of a television set and clothing. Cases were continued for two men and a woman arrested in the raids on charges of soliciting for the purpose of prostitution. a defense line against advancing Communist rebels today only 12 miles from Sam Neua, the royal army's military headquarters in] which the defense secretary said from Laos' Communist - ruled neighbor to the east. "We intend to hold Sam Neua at all costs," Phoumi declared.'" Government troops, mostly ir-'' regulars, retreated along a 35-mile front in face of the mass assault," '57 GMC V4 TON PICK-UP. 18.000 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, clean. '55 Bulck Super 4-Door, Radio, heater, Dynaflow, Power steering and brakes. EZ eye glass, 2 tone. Special price $1095. Real Sharp. Wlttrock Motors. 71-207-tfc 1950 BITICK, 4-DOOR SPECIAL. Dyna flow, power steering, radio and heater. Extra clean. McCoy Motors. 71-205-tfc northern Laos. Red forces since Sunday have overrun lightly manned outposts. Advance units were reported within 12 to 18 miles of Sam Neua in what shaped up as a major offensive. "It's classic warfare, not guerrilla tactics," Defense Secretary Phoumi Nosavan told newsmen. He charged that the attackers included at least one battalion of regular North Viet Nam troops, Auto Service 75 FOR SALE: 150 HTLINE HENS, one veur old, good production, 50c each. Lawrence Vcnner. 55-206-31p FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service, Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 Room for Rent 60 ••Oil RENT I SLEEPING ROOM. Mrs. C. C. Roberts, Phone 9-105. 60-207-21c SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT, close in. Phone 2193. B0-207-4tc SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE BUICK- Pontiac dealer before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros. In Carroll. 76-194-tfc Eisenhower- (Continued from Page 1) was supported by a bombard-^" ment of 105mm howitzers supplied by North Viet Nam. Official re- • ports said several government soldiers, including a captain, were* killed and about 30 were missing. The Communists have accused., the United States of instigating the trouble in Laos to create an excuse for American military forces and the Southeast Asia.. Treaty Organization to move in. Red Star, the Soviet army news- ( paper, repeated the charge today. .' throng that packed the square before the hotel de ville (city hall) for the city's official welcome to its visitor. Eisenhower in turn said the. i ias caused headaches for the Al French affection. Choking with emotion, he told the vast throng: "1 can only say that over the years, this city, this country has become (to me), like it is for almost every American, something very dear." And then, in his halting French: ' Je votis aime, tous"—"I love you, all." Eisenhower delighted an audience of dignitaries at a stale dinner in his honor with a unique toast to his host. Referring to a characteristic of De Gaulle that 'good and en- talks began in a couraging manner." De Gaulle was believed to have outlined a plan for ending the Al Houses for Sale Make Plans for 63 Election Meetings GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS, 3 LBS. 19c. Cut Price Tov House. is-20i;-trc CERAMICS LESSONS, STARTING Tuesday, Sept. K. Mrs. Carl F. Bauerle, Dial 3818. 13-207-6tc Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: IRONINGS AND BABY sitting in mv home. Reasonable Phone 3!I2 , J. ' 2 l-20ii-:!te Preliminary plans for election meetings in nine townships were discussed at the September meeting of the Carroll County Extension Council Wednesday night in the Farm Bureau building. Terms of council members will expire December 31 in Carroll, Ewoldt, Grant, Kniest. Newton, Richland, Sheridan, Warren and Wheatland townships. NEAR NEW THREE B.R. HOME I At the October council meeting, ha ill ia C r%Tdfn rt in ^?ea ^tch ^n. j nominating committees of three Full bath on first floor and i persons will be appointed and an bath with shower in basement THE ALSPACH PROPERTY LOCA- ted at 8'2b No. Carroll, Property consists of large 4 bedroom home, with 3 bedrooms and bath up, double living room, dining room, kitchen, one bedroom and half bath down. Ideal family home, can be purchased on contract with monthly payments like rent. For more particulars see John Gnam. (13-208-ltc FOR SALIC: MODERN 2 BEDROOM house, newlv decorated, at Dedham. Clayton StangL 63-206-3tp Farm Machinery 33' Basement is completely finished with three rooms. New two stall garage. Must be sold within the I nest two weeks. Let us show you' this lovolv home. FIIA Loan Available. ' Wilher Wulkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. H3-20ti-tfc FOR SALE. .IOHN DEERE WIDE w.i Hon h' is! W till cradle F.d P.les- i-nberrf. Kov,•!;,-. |,,w.-, 33-2<iS-3tc Livestock for Sale 41 '-• gin ?0c pkt. Swanson TV Seafood Dinner 49c ; Sunshine Crackers, lb. 29c 25c BRENNY'S IGA MARKET For Delivery — Phone 2286 4 BEDROOM WITH FIXL BASE- nu'in. modern except for central heating plant, extra lot 7r> x 101)', paved street in Ralston, Iowa, for S355D. Existing loan may be assumed. _G_D. Prlngliv 63-207-31 c •Ts AND 4-REDROOM HOMES IN ; director. 'price range from s7ooo to 2f>0(i<i, Council meetings normally are h 'ms Tour inquirTinVued 6 n*D. held on the first Monday evening Cringle. " K3-207-3te of each month but because of the XF\R" Ni ^v^pT'nousErcLOSE I Labor Day holiday the September *\ii'. iM-HKBRFD it \MP - ' * into Carroll "business district, ideal! meeting was held earlier. 1-OR SALE II"; B irit's f,,r relirlng couple desiring income. • rJo '.'ma'elt "(Si Will consider residential proper- TRADE FOR A NEW '89 FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor — Co — - 76-284-tfcl gerian war, a plan he hopes will result in U.S. support for France in the U.N. Assembly debate this fall on Algeria. There was no word of Eisenhower's reaction to De Gaulle's views on Algeria. Eisenhower's visit was bathed in excited affection, pouring out from an estimated million Frenchmen who lined the streets and cheered wildly as the two presidents drove triumphally about the city. De Gaulle sounded the keynote of the heartfelt reception for Eisenhower when he told the crowd at the hotel de ville: "Although the years pass, nothing can efface the memory of the victory won under his command by the Allied armies and. naturally in France, with soldiers of France. "Proof that one does not forget? Paris has just given it." Eisenhower reciprocated the lies in war and in peace, Eisenhower said: "I would call him stubborn, yes. But as long as he is stubborn in support of principles and right and peace, this can be a powerful inspiration for all of us. "Unless we have the stubbornness, courage and resolute persistence of President de Gaulle, we shall not win." election secretary named in each township. Nominating committees are to select two persous willing to serve if elected. Election meetings will be held in November. August Boeckman of Breda, council chairman, conducted last night's meeting. A report of activities of the past month was given by W. H. Brown, county extension Group to Review Magazine Ban Action DES MOINES (API—The executive council of the Governor's Commission on Human Relations decided Wednesday to review the action of Atty. Gen. Norman Erbe in banning 42 magazines from Iowa newsstands. Chairman Donald Boles of Ames said the council planned to meet with the commission's censorship committee to discuss the situation. Erbe said the magazines contain obscene matter. Discuss Plans for ^ Visit by Bloodmobile r: Donor recruiting for a visit of the^ Red Cross Bloodmobile here Mon-»» day, September 14, was discussed;^ at a meeting of the executive board L of the St. Anthony Hospital, Auxil-™ iary Thursday morning in the hos -CI pital staff room. The bloodmobile will be station-!^ ed in Fellowship Hall of the Car-" N roll Methodist Church from 12 noon£ to 6 p.m. Auxiliary members again * will be in charge of recruiting do-^ nors under the chairmanship of* Mrs. H. L. Hudson. A quota of 190 ^ pints has been announced. r -. Board members also discussed',' plans for remodeling the coffee- shop which will be submitted to"; the next general auxiliary meeting','", for approval. •>• The first general meeting of the new year will be held in the nurses' auditorium of St. Anth o n y Hospital at 8 p.m. Thursday, October 1. (Ill II KA I) OF ITKERKED -.POTTED 1 'ola nil ('hi na Feo. boai s and All i head of open gilts CI:,tiles Nlssen I :i mi w-csi .inii 2', ml. norm of! Manning. Iowa 41 -'Jos-tit p si/e Kenneth lou a. I'd cis, Arcadia, 1 l-liUO-ltc tv as trade-in. (.;. D. Prlngle. (13-2()7-31c FOR SALE: I big springing lloisicj h.-it'ei-s ( - H V. A .1 Daeges. i 'a ri oil, lou a. and Swiss and Darvl •ll-'Jii7-.'lip Building Supplies HEAD OF (JOOD. 1 MODERN 27" IRONWOOD HOUSE trailer-. Cood condition. V, 11. Davenport. (Jlidden. Iowa.]) FOR SALE: (iOOl), LARGE WELL located north side home. Two bedrooms and bath downstairs, 3 bedrooms up stairs. Front nnd dining room 13 x .24'. Has fireplace, carpeted and oak floors. New gas furnace and electric water heater. Lavatory, stool and | Legal Notices FOR SALE: 70 Pl'REBRICD III HOC boars. Vaccinated tor rhoiera and Ki-\ sipc'.as. Wavno llinmnger, 3 west, :i , north. Manning i l-'iuG-Uc 47 CATTLE N F. E 11 S 11 E L T E R? Do bcl ter with I i iver them , for onl> SllisTT quarterly Ask I'li-ecn Bav Lumber Co Phone' .'12-lS. ' 47.2().V(ite | In The District Court Of Iowu, In And Fur Curriill County In Probate NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PI'ULIC AKTION Bl E.XICC'L TOR OF ESTATE No. 7610 In the Mutter of the Estate: of Clara R. Wheeler, deceased: shower In basement. House com- ! T" Whom It May Concern; and pletelv insulated, heat bill SI27., o: Joyce I^dree-Duiine Wheelt-r, axes'less. Homestead SU.v A real Jiuth \V heeler C.erster; Ralph Wheel- famiiv home. Price .$12,000. Hoy ( p'\ «nd to ail oher pe™"™ day in order to acquaint himself Around the Rotunda With Harrison Weber, Iowa Daily Press Assn. Writer DES MOINES — Senator Jack Schroeder plans to ask the legislative public welfare committee this week to make county homes an integral part of its study. The Davenport Republican, who is a member of the committee, visited several county homes Mon- J. Burns or Lambert Thclen. .!' 1 ,','-' s, , L ' tl ln Ulu f i (;'l--'i.7-2tc : ^ heelt T, deceused: ^^^.^^^^^^.^J^^v^ i Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Order of the District Apartment for Rent 65 . Court of Carroll County, Iowa, cn- qualllv maUMials. See our plans. • - " 1 h ^t.i ^/c^ free estimates. budget terms 3 RED ROOM APT. TILE '''•'^'^[naf ter mm - ^ sneelflcull v deserRipd Kanne Lumber & Supply. lUvme modern kitchen, Graham . Apts. 1 inuttet mote specincully ciescrlbea 111TI.D THOSE NEEDED STOKACE cribs and sheds now with our 4373. •17-20lj-5te Dial 4122. HERE ARE THE WINNERS AT BILL BURGESS' BIG FAMILY PARTY Hero is Tony Greying of Willcy, father of the biggest family to register during our big family parly, setting the $50 savings bond for his prize. 'lony is the father of 15 children, all living, the oldest is 17 and entered the Air Force this summer after graduating from Kuemper high school. The youngest is five months old. Congratulations, Tony, on this fine family. PICTURED HERE IS John Hoffman and family of 203 North Carroll St. in Carroll, winners of the* 1948 Do Soto given at the Bill Burgess Motor Co. big Family Party. The picture of this happy family of 11 children was taken before they knew they had won the car. The boy Delbert's name was drawn for the free car. tj5-''08-tfc 1 ' n ltle above entitled estate the undersigned. Duane Wheeler, the duly appointed, qualified and acting executor of the estate of K. Wheeler, deceased, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate, to-wlt: The Southwest Quarter; and the South 23. IS acres of the Northwest Quarter, all in Section 2, Township 82 Norlli, Range 33, West of the 5th P.M., Carroll Countv, Iowa. Yuu are specifically notified that the said executor will on the Sth day of October, 10.M1 at 2 o'clock P.M. sell at public auction the above 1 described real estate. J Said sale will be conducted on' the premises at the farm site four miles north and one mile east of Coon Haplds, Iowa. The said sale shall be conducted us a nubile auction and the terms of said sale shall be as follows: zv; down payment shall be made at the lime of Hie execution of the contract of sale al said auction sale, and the balance shall he paid upon the executor furnishing the purchaser with nn executor's deed approved by Court and an abstract of title to the said premises showing good merchantable title. Possession is to be given on March 1, !!»(.!(), and upon payment of the balance of the purcnase price. Said sale made at said time and place shall be subject to the approval of the District Court of Iowa In and for Carroll County. Dated this 2tilh day of August, 1950. Duane Wheeler, executor of the Estate of Clara R. Wheeler, deceused, Coon Ruplds, Iowa M. R. Tan Creti, Attorney Carroll County Stute Hank Building Carroll, Iowa Aug. 27; Sept. 3, lilM) EVERYBODY'S HAPPY AND WE'RE HAPPY TOO Everybody had fun at our party, we met a lot of nice big families, had a good time and made several families happy with a good family safe used car. Here at Bill Burgess Motor Co. we are certainly grateful to all the families that came to our party and enjoyed the fun, and all the people who registered. Our business is making families happy with good sound safe cars, and if you want to be happy with the car you buy, this is the place to deal. BILL BURGESS Motor Co. EASIEST PLACE TO TRADE CARS IN WESTERN IOWA _ • * i' i'' I. i HI ..I, , „ — Still a Good Selection of Good Sound Family-Safe Used Cars on Our Lot . . Come in and Make a"'Deal SMART Is the Word For, This Gent . .. He makes quick cash through For Sale ads! He sells things for cash he CAN use. saopnoj a no o+ 3uisn ]ou s.ou, Bo smart — use inexpensive Classified Ads. Phone 3573. Daily Times Herald with some of the problems which confront the committee. "The counties I visited seem to be attempting to keep their homes in a good state of repair and are employing some good personnel," he stated. However, Schroeder was critical of fire hazards and poor sanitation at some of the homes. "'One county home in southern Iowa that I visited had only 1 toilet for every 10 patients. This particular county home also 2 patients in barred cells," Schroeder declared. Schroeder said almost all of the patients in the county homes he visited were mentally ill. In nearly every instance they were incurables who had been placed in the county homes after receiving treatment at one of the state mental health institutions. The board of control, which has jurisdiction over the state mental health hospitals, has undertaken a program of sending patients who are considered "not dangerous" back to their county for care. Senator Schroeder said he was of the opinion this was a good program but questioned the advisability of keeping patients in barred cells al a county home. Schroeder said he believes that if a person becomes violent that he should then be sent back to the state mental health institution. The Republican floor leader in, Ihe last general assembly said he will also suggest to the 12 member committee that it hire sufficient staff from its $25,000 allocation to check up on nursing and custodial homes. He said this would involve inspection of nursing and custodial homes to see that laws are being enforced and a study on the adequacy of present laws and regulations of such homes. Johnson Writing Book Robert Johnson, former administrative assistant to Governor Loveless, who is returning to the State University of Iowa staff this month, is writing a book on public finance. Dr. Johnson, an economics professor, said the text book is about one-third done and it will take at least another year before it is finished. Johnson came into the public limelight through his, work on the legislative tax study committee However, he started writing the book before he went to work for the committee. Johnson has gathered a wealth of material for his book from his work with the committee. Insurance Department Iowa Insurance Commissioner William Timmons has announced the appointment of Robert Link, Cedar Falls attorney, as complaint counsel succeeding Richard Poffenberger, who is returning to private law practice at Perry. Also, William McKay, superintendent of agent licensing, has moved over to the examing staff and Walter Bender, Cedar Rapids insurance man, has been named to head up agent licensing division. A. E. Taylors Have Guests from Denver (Times Herald News Service.) WESTSIDE — Mrs. Don Mead, Mike, Jeffrey and Suzanne of Denver, Colo., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herman of Arcadia accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nobiling to Omaha on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Noack vacationed at Big Pine Lake, Minn., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Freese and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill attended the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Peters, Michael, Mark and Julie left Monday for their home in Keystone, S. D. They recently moved there from Hill City, S. D. Mrs. Peters and children were guests the past three weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wilhelm. Mr. Peters came Saturday. They attended the wedding of Mr. Peters' sister, Cynthia Peters, to Larry Genzen Sunday evening. Michael Peters was the ring bearer. Among guests at a picnic dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dixon and Cindy of Nemaha Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vetter, Mrs. Fred Mumm and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmidt, Larry and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Brockman, Mark and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dixon and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pahl. Mr. D i x o n' s birthday was observed. AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPT. 5 12:15 O'Clock CATTLE 15 Yearling Hereford Steers, weighing 600 lbs. 23 Hereford Steer Calves weighing 400 to 450 lbs. 30 Hereford Steers and Heifers, weighing 300 to 400 lbs. 21 Hereford Heifers, weighing 400 to 450 lbs. 35 Yearling Hereford Steers, weighing 600 lbs. 25 Hereford Steers, weighing 600 to 650 lbs. 18 Shorthorn Steers and Heifers, weighing 300 to 350 lbs. 22 Angus Calves, weighing 275 to 350 lbs. 3 Hereford Heifers, weighing 700 lbs. 12 Good Hereford Steers weighing 400 lbs. 11 Mixed Shorthorn and Angus Steers, weigh- 800 lbs. Expect Semi-truckload of Western Steers 5 Angus Steers, weighing 550 lbs. 10 Hereford Steers, weighing 500 to 550 lbs. 15 Hereford Heifer Calves, weighing 300 lbs. HOGS 40 Duroc Pigs, weighing 80 to 90 lbs. 28 Stock Pigs, weighing 110 lbs. 22 Small Pigs, weighing 35 to 40 lbs. 4 Mixed Sows, to far­ row soon SHEEP 26 Good Feeder Lambs 11 Good Mouth Ewes Several good storm windows, standard size. Baby Play Pen, Oak Table with claw feet legs, some dishes, Fruit, Tomatoes, Pickles, Cabbage and Potatoes. w Farmers Sale Co. Under Stock Yard and Packers Act, Bonded and Approved by Federal and State for shipment of out of sta ^B cattle

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