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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Saturday, September 5, 1959
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Better Meals 15 Build Better Russians, Too Times Herald, Carroll, la. 1 Saturday, Sopt. 5, 1959 , By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food & Markets Editor BOSTON. - (NEA) - A newspaper campaign with the theme "Better Meals Build Better Families" (Sept. 14-26) will coincide with the visit of Soviet Premier Khrushchev to this country. Khrushchev can give us pointers, American scientists report. Says Dr. Frederick J. Stare, chairman of the Harvard University department of nutrition: "The Russians have several fine institutes of nutrition doing brilliant work. The government conducts intensive advertising campaigns to teach parents the nutritional importance of more milk, more potatoes, etc., in meals whenever any good food is in surplus. They are also making technological strides in canning and freez-; ing to insure their families more out the world for vital research of essential foods." j in medicine and nutrition. Visitors to Russia arc impress- 1 " 0ne of tnose days," he said, DR. FREDERICK STARE: slick )ob by the Soviets. cd by the healthy, handsome children. "The Soviet government pays great attention to better family life and the strength of children," Stare continued. "Their textbooks on nutrition and visual aids are outstanding. Look at this handsome example, 'Nutrition Instruction In The Elementary School,' " ho said, picking up a book from his desk in the Harvard School of Public "our children may be getting more fun out of eating balanced meals because their mothers tell them this is what the monkeys like.' Roland Moores Visit En Route to Monterey, California (Times Hnriitd News Service) LAKE VIEW — Mr. and Mrs. Health. "An authentic and skilful- p l0 iand Moore and family of New ly written job. On slick paper and ( Briton. Minn., visited their par- with better illustrations than any- 1 ents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moore thing we have on the subject in a , Lake view and Mr. and Mrs. the United States." 1 ole Olson at Carroll. The Moore Stare's work takes him all over family is en route to Monterey, the world. I Calif., where Mr. Moore is a "Russia and the United Stales technical Representative on a 1604 are not the only countries which Control Data Computor. The fam- know that better meals build bet- •'>' will be in Monterey for a year, tor families," he said, adding that i afu>1 ' which they will return to he was one of a medical mission i ll!e "' home in Minnesota, that served three months in Indo-1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klmzman of ncsia to teach modern medicine ' Bagley and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel and nutrition I Klinzman and family of Iowa City "President Sukarno is determin-1 ca " cc \ Sunday in the D.A. Klinz- ed to build a stronger country j m jJ" ""'"J?\, A r v • c through better food. He turned the! Mr. and Mrs. Austin Reiser Sr. back lawn of his 'White House' into . e ' e , S , unda / • eve " ,ng v, ? ll °™ 10 . . , , , ; the Lester hciser home at Lytton. a vegetable garden as an example j M ,. and Mrs Hans Scn jt j and of how people can improve thoir | ^ . mc| ^ Rob Schmjdt Qf e s ' ! Storm Lake were Sunday dinner Many countries send their public RUesls 0 f Mr . ant j Mr5 . L . B . Weit ., health workers to the Harvard ze i School of Public Health for re-, Mr . an d Mrs Norman Russell fresher courses or advanced re-! anc i daughter Jennifer of Des search in nutrition, he said. Among Moines were wekend guests of them are Chile,' Australia. French Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner. Mr. West Africa, Lebanon, and Japan and Mrs. John Wagner of Ida They return home better equipped Grove were Sunday evening visi- to carry on their government's tors. j drive for improved meals.' ; The Ferguson family held a re-! "The new president of Colombia, union picnic at the park Sunday Alberto Llerias Camargo, is a honoring the Jim Castle family of democratic man, determined to Seattle, Wash, who are visiting build happier citizens through bet- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay ter nutrition," Stare said. "On his Ferguson, and her sister and fam- request and financed through a ily. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Christian, grant from the U. S. State Depart- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Drilling took ment, we sent one of our best ex- their daughter Mary Jo to Ames, ports. Dr. Martha Trulson. to Co- where she has enrolled for her lombia to make a survey of family needs. She worked with their newly established Institute of Nutrition on ways to improve diets junior year. Mrs. Lora Welzstein entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wetzstcin at a birthday dinner at the Frozen on through wider'use of local foods. In Sunday lor Mrs. Harlan Wetz- a country that usually thinks of s,c '_ n agriculture as raising coffee only, this was not easy " Recently King Leopold of the Belgians invited Stare to the Belgian Congo to study their nutrition activities. In the jungle, a pediatrician, Dr. E. M. de Maeyer, is studying nu Mrs William Cleveland Sr., has gone to Mankato. Minn., to visit in the Jack Rohwer home. She plans to meet a granddaughter, Hetty Jo Rohwer, who will accompany her to Lake McMinnville, where they will spend the winter in the Dr. H. H. Rohwer home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tessem and tritional needs of growing children family of Ncw Orleans took her under unusually favorable condi- sister Bc tly Jo to Mankato. lions, he reported. ; M r. and Mrs Karl Staab and -In houses separated from their M r. and Mrs. Lloyd Moody and other research projects, they keep family spe nt Sunday in Omaha at- children from three to seven years: tending the P & G Days. The 1960 of age for a long time, often years, I y mc 0 f merchandise was shown, with permission of the parents j, K .i u dmg a style show by the This extended period makes it pos- brandies Co. sible to study children while they Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pugh and are growing and to get nearer to son Lane and the Kenneth Brinker understanding why they arc sick, family of Auburn were all dinner retarded, or healthy and the part gue sts Sunday in the home of their food plays in their development or parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dinges. lack of it," he explained I'atsy Dinges returned home after "I doubt if these intensive long- a two weeks visit in the Brinker term studies so vital to mankind home. could be done with a group of 20 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peters children anywhere else in the and daughters were Sunday din- world." tier guest's in the Hubert Broich Belgian scientists use chimpan- home at Vail, zees for research in heart, nutri-1 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lange lion and live polio vaccine. The and family of Odebolt wre Sunday chimps are closest to man both evening visitors in the Herb Mil- physically and intellectually and lor home. their life span is just half ol ours. : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gosch and In the COIIKO they cost about $4(1. Mrs John Dose of Wall Lake Here they cost $1,000 each and the supply is erratic. Si are hopes the Belgian Government will cooperate in establishing chimpanzee breeding (arms to supply scicnlific institutions through- called on Mr. anci Mrs. John Hoehl Sunday evening. - If you're willing to cat windfall apples in the dark you're an optimist. (one thern • -i 1^25,200 col ones) Vn — COAL — CRUDE PETROLEUM .... NATURAL GAS = WATER POWER^y, J / / _____ 1900 1910 1920 1930 194Q 1950. 1960 POWER PROFILE . . . Energy that makes tin; wheels of the modern world turn round comes chiefly from four sources. Chart above traces changes in U.S. energy output since 1900. Coal, which once supplied nearly 80 per cent of the nation's energy, accounts for less than 30 per cent today. Crude petroleum and natural gas, on the other hand, have risen from negligible amounts to 37 and 31 per cent respectively. Watcrpower has remained virtually unchanged. America's total energy production is five times what it was at the turn ol the century. Figures from National Industrial Conference Board. AND IN RROLL THESE PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS ARE SPONSORING THIS BOOSTER PAGE AMUSEMENTS Carroll Theatre 106 E. 5th St. Dial 9400 AUTOMOTIVE Houlihan Molors Hwy. 71 & 3rd Dial 2377 Lockhart Automotive Service North of Hotel Burke Dial 3593 AWNINGS AND GLASS George Miller 104 4th St. Dial 9449 BAKERIES Carroll Bakery 526 N. Adams Dial 3337 FARM IMPLEMENTS Burgess Tractor Co. 302 N. Main St. Dial 3181 FARM MANAGEMENT V. Stuart Perry 511 N. West St. Dial 9883 FINANCIAL ORGANIZATIONS Commercial Savings Bank 628 N. Adams Dial 3337 J, A, Dougherty Farm Loan* 509 N. Main Dial 9546 FLORISTS Park Gardens East on Hwy. 30 Dial 2320 GIFT SHOP The Loft 715 N. Carroll Dial 9735 MANUFACTURERS Carroll Creamery Co. 317 W 5th St. Dial 2221 Helder Manufacturing Co. 122 W 3rd St. Dial 3571 MORTICIANS Huffman Funeral Home 705 N Carroll Dtal 2252 PLUMBING & HEATING Joe P. Frank 213 E. 6th St. Dial 3392 Scheck's Plumbing & Heating 216 West 5th_~ Carroll, Iowa St. Dial 3868 SHOE REPAIR Anderson Bros. Shoe Store 510 N Adams Dial 9887 Kramer Shoe Shop 407',a N. Main Dial 2578 SOFT WATER SERVICi Frank i. Buchheit 317 N. Main Dial 9916 UTILITIES Iowa Public Service Co. 529 N. Main Dial 3518 Gas Olvlsion Iowa Electric Light & Power 120 W 6th St. Dial 3316 WHOLESALE HOUSES Farner-Bocken Co. Hwy. 30 East Dial 3503 Why GP *lstwh«r« When Cirroll HM "IT" We are now entering the fall season and before long we will see winter come and the Christmas Season . . . and you are going to buy new clothes, shoes, appliances, gifts, food, etc. . . . So, for months Carroll merchants have been making plans and buying the items you will need. Now the shelves and aisles are over-flowing with exciting, fresh new fall merchandise! You couldn't find a better or more varied selection at lower prices if you drove hundreds of miles. We invite you to just take a look in our stores — when you see the many wonderful buys, you don't want to go elsewhere. And, shop soon . . . while stocks are most plentiful! WHAT COMMUNITY SHOPPING MEANS TO YOU: 1) A BETTER COMMUNITY! It takes money to build a community . . . money that circulates within the community and money that goes into taxes that support our schools, and civic improvements. Help yourseli . . . spend in Carroll! 2) EASIER SHOPPING! when you shop in Carroll, you can "come as you are" . . . enjoy plenty of tree parking within easy walking distance of the stores you need . . . shop in leisure with none of the hustle and bustle of big city shopping . . . and find everything you want easily. 3) GOOD LOCAL CREDIT! And . whcn vou cs , ;(h . lish credit with your merchants here at Carroll . . when you want to buy a home or need a credit rating for any other pur. pose . . . your record is handy and it means more too! 4) TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SALES! Yes when a sale is announced here at Carroll, you are right here ready to take advantage of the many values and low prices And, when you arc a regular Carroll shopper, you often know of sales before they are advertised to the public. 5) SAVE TIME AND MONEY! Goln8 0llt of town to shop is a costly way to shop. Save your valuable time and your money by shopping within minutes of your own home. Prices arc just as low here in your community, too! 6) YOU CAN TRUST YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS ! , t , they are your friends and neighbors and they depend on their good reputation as much as their quality merchandise and low prices to sell you. Their integrity is high! THE ADVANTAGES OF SHOPPING IN CARROLL FAR OUTWEIGH ANY DISADVANTAGES YOU MAY THINK THERE ARE. SHOP AT HOME AND SEE!

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