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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS Uj> to 25 words. over 25 words. $1.50 6c per word : |,G0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch , Addltonal lngortlons___________$i.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and B a. m. on Saturday. Regular 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 wore! 15 cents Six days, per word 2t cents Cards of Thanks 3 CAUI) OF THANKS We wish to take this means of thanking everyone whose kindness and sympathy offered comfort during the Illness and death of our loved one. Your floral offerings and other sympathetic acts will rilwiivs be remembered. A special thanks to Rev. Brewer. August Frlcke and Fnmlty 3-210- up Announcements 6 Business Services 14 Vim MA. GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or sec Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lectlon, 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 WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT— -IT' ^LP', d fashioned—Pigment 85% Whltelcad, 15% Titanium. <i j^oe^PahTt^Cente^^ Good Things to Eat 18 FOR SAXE: SPRINGERS, $1.00 dressed. Elmer Steffes, Templeton. Business Opportunities 19 FOR SALE: GROCERY STORE. CON- latt 12 on 11, Arcadia. 19-208-3tp Male Help Wanted 21 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, wllh good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 466. 21-123-ltc 22 QIAI.ITY PHOTO FINISHING. Ki:.\- sonable prices, Dial 2373. e-209-0tc FREE STORAGE FOR YOUR WIS- ter woolens. HR Cleaners, Dial 4333. tt-101-tfc T.V. SNOW STORMS? CALL DB1S for service. Latest, modern testing equipment plus trained serviceman. Guaranteed purls, service. Sporrer's T.V. 6-205-Glc Now Watch Tuesday's Paper For All the Details of the Big Program for the Grand Opening of Our New Check-R-Mix Plant Thursday Juergens Produce and Feed Co. Personal 9 DRIVING Ul.-.lt IMP.VLA TO LOs Angeles Wendesdav. Will take 'J passengers. References. Call -1207. 9-21l)-2tc Female Help Wanted WANTED: WAITRESS, EXt'ERI- enced or Inexperienced. Inquire Burke Motor Inn. Robert Wright. ^ 22-200-tfc FULL OK PART TIME WAITRESS wanted. Pauline 's Cafe. 22-191-tfc KITCHEN HELP WANTED: FULL or part lime. Pauline 's Cafe. 22-207-4tc Male-Female Help 23 MEN OR WOMEN WANTED PART time or full lime, help on new pi'oilurl survey. This can become jiermanenl work. You will be contacted for personal Interview. Stale name, ane, address anil phone number. Write HON P ' Dally Times Herald. 23-2l;9-3tc Household Goods 51 FOR BETTER CLEANING, TO KEEP colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 51-210-ltc Wearing Apparel 52 2 PAIR TAP SHOES. SIZE 3 GOOD condition. Phone OL 9-3020, Olid- den. 52-ilO-ltp Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: INDIAN HEAD PENNIES and other old coins prior to 1920. Highest prices paid. Contact Jerry D. Litka, 514 No. Court, Apt. 204. 53-208-3tp For Sale 55 illy Times Herald. Situation Wanted 24: EXPERIENCED MAN WANTS part time work, mornings nnlv 2-l-210-3ic Dial 1 .|.->-l Farm Machinery 33 AUCTION SALE or USED LUMBER AT HALBUR Tues., Sept. 8 1:00 P. M. Lumber from Old St. Augustine School DIMENSION LUMBER 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 2x12, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x8. 8x10, up to 30-ft. Lengths Flooring, Sheeting, Siding, etc. MAYTAG WASHER, FR1GIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR, TABLES, CABINETS, ETC. TERMS: CASH Farmers Savings Bank, Clerk Paul Grote & Merle Kcrkhoff, Auctioneers FOR SALE: 1SED HOVER I'A- tient lift, hospital bed with rails, wheel chair and serving table. Write Box 13 ' i, Dailv Times Herald. 55-21 )9-:itc I'SEI) 711,111111 llTi: COLEMAN CAS Floor- Furnace. Thermostat controlled. Don Kramer. 55-20!i-.')tc Timti Htrtld, Carroll, It. Saturday, Sept. S, 1959 RAY E. BURNS (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING — Ray E. Burns, 75, Manning, died at 2 p.m. Friday at the Jennie Edmondson Hospital in Council Bluffs. Mr. Burns had • Holiday Toll- (Continued from Page 1) 8 USED 22(1 PICKERS; 5 fSED NEW Idea 2-rovv pickers: 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers. 2 used i IHC 24 pickers: 1 used Allis Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector: 1 used .lohn l)eere 2no picker. Schenkelberg lmpl. Co. ,13-209-tre FOR SALE: JOHN DEERE WIDE wagon hoist with cradle. F.tl Hies- 1 en berg. Roselle, \awti. 33-208-31 r i SPKCIAX LOW PRICES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and Ileider boxes. Guaranteed Midwest 1 hoist as low as 579.50. Check our ! prices before buying. Sehenkel- i _ berg lmnl. Co. 33-162-ltc Room TOf Rent Pleasant, W. Va. The truck driver was injured. Police said the truck driver carried a citation for speeding that had been issued at Ripley, W. Va., about 2Vi hours before the fatal crash. May lilt 450 The council has estimated the traffic toll may reach 450 in the period that began at 6 p.m. local time Friday and will end at midnight Monday. By comparison, only 307 persons died in motor crashes throughout the nation in a corresponding 78- liour period of a nonholiday weekend Ray- made his homo with his son mond, in Manning. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Monday at the Meyer Funeral Home in Council Bluffs. Burial will be at Underwood. Mr. Burns was born at Chillicothe March 12, 11184. In 1905 he married Catherine Griffen at Melrose. She died February 4, 1922. Mr. Burns was employed by the Rock Island Railroad for 45 years, living in Chillicolhe and Underwood. At the time of his retirement in 1942 he made his home with his son, Ray Burns, at Dedham. Last fall they moved to Manning. Survivors include: five children, Mrs. John (Mary) Danielson, Underwood; Raymond Burns, Manning; Russell Burns, Camas, Wash.; Ralph Burns, South Whittier. Calif.; and Rollin Burns, Bagley; 14 grandchildren; one brother. Rex Burns, Redland; and one sister, Nora Kettcrnan, Frujta, SPECIAL, 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL tarpaulin and glass purchased before Sept. 15. We carrv 6 x 12 to 21 x 21 canvass covers in stock. Geo. S. Miller Glass & Awning 55-l«)l-20tc FOIJ SALE: si/e bicycle. 2713. two weeks ago. That week end was surveyed by The Asso- [ C 0 ' 0, ciated Press to reach a figure S against which to gauge the im -;Pflir Affanrlflnre pact of holiday traffic. ITU IT MRCnUUnte The first reported traffic fatality of the current holiday period was recorded at North Reading, Mass.. late Friday where a woman was killed in an automobile- truck collision. Worst In History From the fatality standpoint 195 l's Labor Day weekend was the worst in history. Then 658 persons died in traffic, drownings and other accidents. The 1951 weekend also was the worst Labor Day holiday on record for traffic deaths— 461. For any holiday period, the four-day Christmas period of 1956 was the worst killer. A total of 884 persons lost their lives. The traffic toll was 706— the highest for any holiday on record. CIIM .S STANDAUD good condition. Dial 55-210-lie i Seeds & Feeds 34 EOR KENT: •.'!» ACRES OF TIIIKD culling alfalla has. I'lmne :il!i:t 3l-2dil-21c Loans 12 ERSONAL LOANS t'P Prompt local service. Loan Service, Carroll. TO s.iiin.oo Cnmmunlt v 12-21 lit- He PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $500— Loans and Installment financing— : I Cars, equipment, household goods, j J • S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc I Instruction 13 CERAMICS LESSONS, STARTING Tuesday, Sept. X. Mrs. Carl F. I Hauerle, Dial 381S. _ 13-207-Gtc ; — ADl'LT PANCK CLASS — i ArrnngiMiH 'nt.s have been made for in sliurtlons in Swiim, Halliouiii and Latin American Dancing. A I'ltKK introductory lesson Wed. , Sept. ill— 8:30 to 11 p. m. in Kuker Hall (formerly Elks Hall). Scries of one lesson each week for i; weeks. WANTED TO BUY 500 Tons of Baled Alfalfa PRICES AT FA KM $14.00 re, Ton fin I-'ir>t Cn >|i $1 3.00 Per Ton for Second Crop All buy must be dry and under cover. Some outside piles can he used at reduced prices. Write or Call W. Easland & Sons Licensed and Bonded Alfalfa Millers Gavlord, Minnesota 'Phone 724!l(i 34-2119-lie • Ike- (Continued from Page 1) from Paris saying he was tempted I to catch up on his sleep rather 60 i t 11 ^" P^y golf- But the lure of the | g arne was too much and he got in SLEEPING ROOM FOR REN r, if. H , H| .,. in „ th _ a f, nrnnn n close in. Phone 2193. «)-2u7-4ic I la nol0i> aul in S tne atlernoon. >~-~V~-~N~V~ -~->^^~~- | Later the President made public Houses for Sale 63 . two messages he had sent to ——— —— I French President Charles de j |STiJSTEn : NEARNE \y-i -RuiiM.I Gaulle They exprcssed thanks for house, cornei lot. I.g. newly ear- ; „ . . • ,.. , peied living rm. Good sized bed-! F ranee s hospitality and convic- rooms. Attic storage. Finished , ion t h a t "common understanding basement. l.arage. Priced at , , , , ,,, " sio .rioo which includes stove and I had been advanced as a result refrigerntnt-. Owner will sell on i 0 f their talks. al Estate. I ti:<-2oti-2tc! One of objectives contract. .John Crwim lit Decline Baffling DES MOINES >AP' - Officials were baffled Saturday by the dwindling attendance at the Iowa State Fair. j With only two more days to go 1 the number of visitors at the fair j was more than 50,000 behind the; attendance at the same time last year. Early opening of rural schools may have' had something to do with the slump, said Laurence Tairall, fair publicity director. "People from out in the state are not coming in," he said. But Fair Secretary Lloyd Cunningham said any guess was as good as another. "Ordinarily when something goes sour like this, something is wrong," Cunningham said. "But nobody is complaining about the exhibits or the shows and nobody has complained about the higher admission charge." The entrance fee went up from 50 to 75 cents this year. Based on Friday estimates the 1959 attendance figure was 330.000 as compared with 378,000 at the same time last year. Walter Nelson, 70, of Ames, who has been playing the violin for 50 years, won the Old Fiddlers contest at the fair Friday. 200 MI.E.OF CAPE COD X 120 MILES K S.E.OF SANDY HOOK, N.J. 105 MI.E.S.E. -gCAPE HENRY, VA, 115 MI.W.OR SAN X FRANCISCO ABOUT 185 Ml. WS.W X OF LOS ANGELES DUMPS IN THE DEEP . . . Atomic Energy Commission plans to license the disposal of atomic wastes al five points off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Map above spots the locations. The wastes, consisting of low-level contaminated materials left over from experiments, would be scaled and dumped at a minimum of 6,000 feet. NEW THREE I5.lt. HOME carpeted front room and large dining area in kitchen, bath on Hist floor and '•• with shower in basement" NEAIt with ha!!. Pull Oath l'.asement is completely finished with thiee rooms. New two stall garage Must be sold within the ne\t two weeks l.ct us show you tl.is lo\cl\ home l-'IIA I.iian Available U'llljei Walkup Ileal Estate. Phone 2ti2P b:i-20li-t fc Apartment for Rent 65 Schools- (Continued from Page D Eisenhower's principal in visiting Europe was to bring France into closer co-, operation with other Atlantic Al- j also have been kept busy. An an- liance nations. j nex building to Heelan Catholic Word of Praise ' High is nearing completion in ad- When the President completed; dition to a new Catholic his golf round shortly before din ner, he got a word of praise. Livestock for Sale 41 EOll SALE: PI KEliltEl) 1)1 HOC Hoars Walter I'lutt, Glidden. •II -•Jil'lt fe ll J & Glennie Savre. Instructors 13-210-lie Business Services 14 ALL MAKES OE TELEVISION SER- vieed and repaired. DO'n of sets can be repaired in the home. Prompt service calls. .'10 day guarantee on parts and service. Coast to Coast Store. l-l-UOo-iitc STARTER. GENERATOR, MAI!- neto and ignition repair for vour tractor, cur or truck. Reinart Service, across street west of _ Safeway^ Pll_212B. 14-180- tie RADIO * TV SERVICE, IXCL. CAR radios. Will find and remedy your trouble with minimum of time ami expense. All makes serviced and repaired. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial ;):Ui3. 14-09-11e FAT AT PAL LINK'S Labor Day F;iinil\ Style I UNNEKS Served 11 a. in. to H |> in. S S 'r $1.35 PAULINE'S CAFE FOR SALE: 45 I LEA II I'L ill .I1KEIJ ' Spotted Poland China boars, vac- I cinated double treatment, suarnn- | teed breeders. Wt. 25n to SiM> lbs Free Delivery. Kichnnt • Url ^KS. s miles south of Templeton cornei _and Ml west <M-_l73-3te fil) HE AII OK l'l'RERRED SPOTTED Poland China Feb. boars and -In head of open gills Charles Nissen :\ mi west and 'Jmi. north of Manning. Iowa -1 t-'Jlls-iit p TOR SALE: 70 PI l(IIHtll) IM'KOi' hoais. \'ai ciliated for cholera and Kr\sipelas. \Va\ne Kanntnger. .'1 west, a i north. Manning, •n -'-'0(;-ifc I'OH SALE: I'l'ltKHIIKl) ItAMI'- shue Hours. I.eplo and Bangs neg. Cholera vaccinated, (lood si/c Keiinetli Pelers, Arcadia, APT. K) It RENT: DIAL ii<)(). d."-.-2(i;i-2t |) : ItEDKOOM M'i. TILE ILOOHS, modern kitchen, Graham Apis. Dial 41'J'J. Ii."i-2HS-Ifc ITKMSIIEI). MODEKN TKAfl.Klt. Cement I 'atio Cr.ihain Trailer Court. Dial ll-"2. ii> ltH'-tfc MODERN 3-IIOOM APT. AIR CON- ditionen. Dial 3'JUT o,">-153-lfc PARKVIEW APTS DIAL 310U. 'i.-i-132-tfc APAKTMENTS A V AILAIt I.E: FUR- ntslied or unfurnished McNabb Building. Dial 3USO t->:i-'J19-tfc 12 U!) NO. CLARK. DIAL (S5-206-tfc low , 1 1 'Jl II I- 11 c APT. FOR RENT. DIAL TUH). 65-210-4 tp FOR RENT: 1(10 ACRE FARM stock share. Write Box F r \, Dailv Times Herald. (iS-210-3t'p FOIl SALE: 10,54 SPECIAL HI 'TcK. Lyle Wurnke, 111b' North Clark. 7l-2l0-3tc He was pictured as "a wonderful bloke" i Scottish for "all right guy") by Ian Marchbank, the 27- year - old club professional at Turnberry's Ailsa Course. Eisenhower, teamed with Marchbank. had an H9 on the round. That was 18 strokes over par, but not much above his scores in the United States. Marchbank had a 69. two under par and that did much to help him and Eisenhower win. They deleated Brig. Sir James Gault, one of Eisenhower's wartime comrades, and James P. Gray, one of the President's hosts here. Eisenhower zean Castle nient given him for is staying at Culin a luxurious apart- grade school. Sioux City also will have a new parochial school this fall—Morningside Christian School to be operated by the Billy Sunday Memorial Tabernacle. Some 7,000 students—up almost 400 from last year—surged into Mason City public schools. There also is an increased enrollment in parochial schools there. Remodel Old Gym Mason City has partially met the increase by remodeling the old gymnasium at Jefferson School for two additional classrooms. Also, a new addition to Monroe Junior High will give additional classrooms, and cafeteria space to needs. Farms for Sale 67 l."> WHITE FACED sTF.ERs. Tall lbs 1M Daniel 1 nil. west and 1 So. from Koselle. 41-21()-2tc Building Supplies 47 CATTLE N E E I) S II E L T K IV! Do bettei with a roof over them lor onlv $198.77 quurterly. Ask i it eon t$uv Lumber Co. Phone .TJ1S. 47-2U5-6te : III II.D THOSE NEEDED STORAGE i cribs and sheds now with our quality materla's. See our plans, , free 'estimates, budget terms. Kanne Lumber & Supply. Phone 1373. 47-20(i-5te PORTABLE IJC1LIHNC.S AND FEED bunks built to order. See us for; low prices. Curroll Lumber Company. 47-202-tfc I 240 ACRE MODERN FARM, HEAVY black soil. $230 an acre. Mrs. Ella Schmidt. Raymond, Minn., lit. "j. ^^^^ ^^^^Jilii^JcSU.' Used Cars & Trucks 71 \->7 (IMC '.- TON PICK-CP. 18.00(1 miles 3 .07 axle. l:adii>, heater, clean Ti5 Muick Suiier 4 -Door, Kadlo, heater, Dynaflow. Power steering and brakes KX. eye glass, 2 tone. Special price Slop.Y Heal Sharp. \\'itti}^ck_ Motors. 71-207-tfe l!).-.(i IH'ICK, l-DOOR SPECIAL. Dvna flow, power slcermg, radio and heater. Extra clean McCov • Motors. ,71-205-U'c Auto Service 75 that if the weather remains as glorious as it was Friday, the President may stay on a bit longer. In a message to De Gaulle Eisenhower renewed his invitation to De Gaulle to visit Washington. "From the discussions we had," Eisenhower said. "1 feel strongly that common understanding has been advanced and that our common purposes have been clarified and reaffirmed." Household Goods 51 H !(i ^'.V. K: ,,;UX *OKOF. UAMiE. _1>I»I • ,h '-''l SI-208-31 p WE HAVE A (.OOD SELECTION OF iclrigeialois, langcs and used elect ileal appliances, now. Helios '••Icctric. fil-107-tfc FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service, Cull doulihan Motor Co. Dial 1393, and for Tank wagon Service to vour farm or home, Call Houlihan Oil Co Dial 9132. 75-120-ttc New Cars 76 One of the unique programs ife bv Scot-' planned this year in the Mason land. The gift was presented after ! City area is a sixth grade Spanish- World War II in appreciation of; TV program lor seven north Iowa Eisenhower's service as supreme counties. About 500 Mason City Allied commander in the Euro-; youngsters will participate in the pean theater I course along with some 2,500 stu- James C. llagerty. White House' del ^ from other schools in lho press secretary, announced that! ai „ a ' . .. .. ., . , . the President plans to start back, Boollt; I s ,e ,f !"8 ie , P ,nch 0 to Washington by plane Monday • overcrowding this fall because of morning. But Hagerty also hinted a '' c< ;' 01 ' d( At least one class in an elementary school building there wilf be transported four times daily to another building because the first structure is overcrowded. About H.000 pupils flocked into Ottumwa's schools — some 200 more than last year. Officials there said, however, that two new elementary buildings were a factor in easy acceptance of additional pupils. Record Enrollment Davenport and the Quad-Cities area have braced themselves for a record 60.000 enrollment with new construction and bolstered budgets. Davenport is in the Recall Threat Renewed After Action on Bonds By B.L. LIVINGSTONE WASHINGTON <AP> — Congress, already buffeted by presidential vetoes, faced the added threat today of recall to a special fall session to meet President Eisenhower's demand for authority to control interest rates on government bonds. The special session possibility assumed solid proportions as result of Friday's House action denying Eisenhower's urgent request for repeal of the 4 per cent legal limit on long-term bond interest rates. By a 378-7 vote, the House sent to the Senate a bill allowing the Treasury to boost interest payments on the government's popular denomination "E" and "H" bonds from 3 '4 to 3 per cent. The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to take up the bill today. While accepting the boost in savings bonds rates, the House defiantly turned down the main feature of the President's interest rate program, which would give him authority to disregard the present 4 per cent ceiling on all long-term government bonds maturing in five years or longer. In a special message to Congress last month, the President declared "No issue of greater importance has come before Congress this session." The President said refusal to repeal the interest ceiling means more inflation, higher cost of managing the record 290-billion- dollar debt, and a threat to the integrity of the dollar and the government's credit. 2 Arrested After Nebraska Holdup Jolly Pinochle Club Entertained at Afternoon Party (Times Kcrnld New* Service) WALL LAKE — Mrs. J. A. Mack entertained the Jolly Pinochle Club and Mrs. Frank Tiefenthaler, Mrs. Frank Tounget. Melinda Odsen and Marie Pfannkuch at a party Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. August Nutzman, Mrs. William Newby and Mrs. Tounget. Lt. and Mrs. Wally Duffy and daughters of Warrensburg, Mo., came Wednesday and were guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Marie McLaughlin. They also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duffy at Odebolt. Fr. Philip O'Connor of Topeka, Kan. Maurine and Michael O'Connor of Kansas City were also guests in the home ol Mrs. McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hofl and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Liercke of Storm Lake spent Wednesday at Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stork of Sterling, Colo., were guests in the Ed Wolterman home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stock and DRIVERS LICENSES (Suspflnslnnn and revocations of driving licenses as ftirnlshod from records of the State De- Revocations, September 1 William F. Butler, 18, 425 West 3rd, Carroll, 60 days operating motor vehicle while intoxicated. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mary V. Schmitz, Pueblo, Colo. Henry J. Piepgrass, Ulmer Mrs. Oscar L. Buchanan, Glidden Dismissals- Carol Ann 'Mciners, Denison Mrs. Albert M. Nagl and baby, Carroll Mrs. Leonard F. Sicdhoff, Bayard Mrs. Dale H. Snyder and baby, Breda Births- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Bowman. Coon Rapids, a daughter Friday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Admissions- Clinton Chandler, Manning Allen Overgaard, Gray Harold Pace, Irwin Dismissals- Eddie Holdsworth. Westside Billy Ankeny, Exira Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, Manning Births- Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonald, Irwin, a son, Sept. 3 John Steinhauer, Manning Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats $1.95 1.08 . .60 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) — here is a summary of the hog. cattle and sheep markets for the week, with estimated receipts for today: Hogs 100; for the week: Mixed grades No. 1 and No. 2 200-230 lb butchers brought 14.00-14.25. Most mixed No. 2 and 3 200-275 lb weights 13.60-14.25. Few mixed No. 1 to 3 180-195 lbs 13.00-13.75. Mixed grades 275 - 350 lb sows 12.25-13.25. Mixed No. 2 and 3 350-425 lbs 11.25-12.25. Mixed No. 2 and 3 425-550 lbs 10.25-11.50. Cattle 100; for the week: High choice to mostly prime 1175-1450 lb steers 29.25 and 29.50, choice steers 1150 lbs down 27.50-28.50, choice steers over 1150 lbs 27.2528.25, mixed choice and prime 1200-1400 lbs 28.00-29.00, several loads high choice and prime around 1100 lb weights 28.75-29.00, most good and low choice steers 25.75-27.25, utility to low good grades 22.50 - 25.50, around 20 loads mixed choice and prime 9001125 lb heifers 27.50 • 28.25, late bulk good and choice heifers 25.00 - 27.25 utility and standard heifers mostly 19.00 • 24.00, few standard cows 19.00-20.50, utility and commercial cows closed at 21.00-23.50. Good and choice veal- ers 32.00-34.00, standard grades 26.00-32.00. Sheep none; for the week: Most good and choice 82-100 lb spring slaughter lambs late 19.50 - 21.50, choice and prime 92-100 lbs 22.00. Utility and good 17.00-19.00. Good and choice shorn spring lambs with No. 2 and 3 pelts 19.00-20.50. Good and choice 93-108 lb shorn yearlings with fall shorn pelts 16.50-18.00, cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.50 late. Demos Weigh Political Effects On Housing Bill By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats weighed today the two-edged political effects of abandoning housing legislation in the face of sustained presidential vetoes. Republicans, who furnished 27 of the 36 Senate votes which Friday uphold President Eisenhower's latest veto, plugged for action on a new bill. They were as aware as the Democrats of the possible political reaction to a slowdown in housing. Chairman A. Willis Robertson (D-Va) called the Senate Banking Committee to debate the matter. Robertson said he is confident of committee approval of a bill acceptable to Eisenhower. Sen. John Sparkman (D-Ala), chairman of a housing subcommittee, announced he was recommending no further action in this session. Sparkman said he is willing to "let the country see what it would be like to be without a housing program for a few months." Sen. Prescott Bush (R - Conn^ led the fight by which the veto was sustained on a 58-36 vote — five short of the two-thirds needed to override. Bush said he thinks the Democrats will come around when they cool off. "I don't think they can take the responsibility for not having a bill," he said in an interview. Eisenhower said in his veto message there is still time for Congress to enact a sound housing bill. Leaders are trying to adjourn next Saturday. The President complained that although the rejected measure was pared down from one he vetoed in July it still "goes too far." Sen. Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky, the Republican national chairman, said he is convinced the country is behind Eisenhower in his efforts to curb the expansion of costly government programs. Morton conceded, however, that "if we do tail off on home building it could have some political repercussions" against Republicans. Safety Dept. (Continued from Page 1) islative Interim Committee has allocated the bureau about $30,000 to operate. It's doubtful whether the .emergency appropriation or the one dollar fee charged by the department will cover costs of the driver certification and other operations of the bureau, Statton said. For one thing new machinery probably will be required to handle the heavy number of requests for driver certification. He could not estimate, however, how much the operation—either in men or machinery—will cost the department annually. "We'll have to do it mechanically," he added, "or build a new building to take care of the personnel." CilA.M I,', CU. IT CO RUN AIR) J reczu ' S19H.U5. oniv Jfivoii down, (.iambics. .'1 -lll-ir 'c These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought si:i: voi ii OLD KKI.I.MU.I; HI'ICK- Pontine itealei hufoie vuu iniy n new en used car 1'eteis liin.sl m _ C 'iit"ll _____ 7b-191-tfc TRADU Kill A N'lAV :.!) I'ORI) AT the easiest phiee tu trade In western luua. Hill Burgess Motor f". 7li-iiiM-lfc I p Mr. and Mrs. Myron Glasnapp and family in the process ol oi Sac City were Sunday guests in SIOUX CITY i AP)—Two men building a new high school. Grade the home of Supt. and Mrs. Fred arrested within 45 minutes after schools in the area, for the most , Wessendorf al Rake, Iowa. Mr. and part, are preparing for the big in- Mrs. Gene Stock served as spon- flux of students with comparative-i sors for the Wessendorf's infant ly small additions such a.s four- daughter, Nancy Lou, who tor Your flub or Private Parly Unserve Our RANCH ROOM Arcommodalions for 50 People Funitly Stylo Dinners Served from $1.35 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "The Diary of Anne Frank" with Millie Perkins STARLINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's 1'inesl Siilurday, September h Skippy Anderson and Orch. Tuesday, September II NO DANCE You're Always Assured oi Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll YOU'LL BE WISE, and thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads to work tor you. No matter il you're buying, selling, renting or hiring, a Want Ad will solve your problem l -il-S -l' CALL 3573 OR COME IN TODAY! Daily Times Herald a package liquor store was held tip and robbed of $1100 al South Sioux City. Neb. were held by police here Saturday Police Sgts. Earl Hansen and i Fay Golden identified the men as ! Patrick Baker. 2 <i, and Nolton Schooler. 2ti, both of Omaha. The officers said they were looking lor a car which had fled across the combination bridge into Sioux City and found the Omaha men in it with a gun and the money. Kenneth II. Kartell was on duty at the Reacom liquor store across the river when two bandits entered about 10 p.m. Friday. One of them slugged Karlcn with a beer bottle and dragged him to the rear of the store. Police said one of the classroom wings. Children returning to school this year are being given greater fire protection than they were a year ago—possibly because of an improved fire law which went into effect two years ago and the recent Chicago school lire in which 91 youngsters perished. State Fire Marshal Ed Herron said boards of education have spent more than a million dollars since last September for increased fire protection, such as sprinkler systems. UNUSUAL LINCOLN PHOTO | SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) - Of one ol the bandits the more than 100 known posed u a e,!!!i w ,! h °r C " sh '* c «!' ster when , photographs of Abraham Lincoln/die and Marie, and'Nicki'* Her7ig Dai tell Well, oi South Sioux City, i only one shows his wearing spec- spent the weekend with Mr and .vas baptized Sunday. Harry Hoft of Iowa City was a weekend guesl in the Henry Hoft home. Bob Blum, who has been stationed at San Diego, Calif.', is making a 17-day visit in the Dr. A. A. Blum home. From here he will go to Lajune, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. North of Orlando, Fla., visited in the Henry Hoft home until Saturday. Mr. North is Mrs. Hoft's brother. Mrs. Roy Bcttin and daughter. Mrs. Kenneth Logan at Humboldt Bcttin attended a shower for Mrs. Vernon Lutz at Ida Grove Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Corn, Ed Manning Rotarians' Tour Is Postponed (Times Herald NeHU Service) MANNING — The heavy rain Sept. 1 postponed the farm tour by Rotarians, who were scheduled to visit the farm owned by R.R. Dappen of Manning on that evening. Following the dinner meeting, the program consisted of brief reports by Dr. W. P. Chandler on his vacation in Portland, Me.; Dr. J. R. Hornberger, on the bloodmobile's visit to Manning; Supt. W.M. Baley, on school reopening; and Emmett Mullen on National Guard Camp at Camp Ripley. Paul Helwege, Boone, past district governor, will be principle speaker on Sept. 8, when the club observes its 7th anniversary. Guests at the meeting were Verdo Weddle and Merlin Johnson, Coon Rapids, and Oliver Himley, Manning. Mr, and Mrs. John A. Jones have 1 nome of Mrs. Lewis's sister Hazel Mrs. Hancock Is Back from Indiana (Timet Herald News Service) LANESBORO — Mrs. Lester J. Hancock returned home Saturday from Lafayette, Ind., where she attended the Methodist Youth Quadrennial National Convention the past week as an adult counselor. The convention was held at Purdue University. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Grevice and son of Chicago, 111., visited at the home of Mrs. Pearl Guinn on their way home from Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McClue and children spent the weekend on an outing in northern Iowa and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Launspach and family spent the weekend in Omaha on business. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Twogood and Delwyn, and Mrs. Howard Twogood returned home Saturday night from a two - week Western trip visiting relatives in S.D.. Washington and Eugene, Ore., and friends at Kent and Renton, Wash. Kenneth Quinlan attended 7th and 8th grade MYF camp at Wesley Woods near Indianola last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wenck and Mr. and Mrs. John Potts were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Houdeshell at Varina. Charley McClue and Floy Lewis spent Saturday and Sunday in the came in to buy a six-pack of beer. Well became suspicious but completed his purchase from the man al lho cash register and went out to call police. Officers at South Sioux City said they received a description ol the car in which (he bandits fled in the direction of the bridge and they alerted officers here. taeles. Lincoln wore eye glasses Feb. 9. I81U. when he and his son Tad poM-d looking at a book in the While House. The phulo was taken by Matthew Brady, lamed Civil War photographer. College boys ;we looking ahead U) the fall term, when Dad will again be the fall guy. Mrs. Knneth Logan at Humboldt Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Blum and family and Mrs Margaret Bennett have relumed from their vacation trip to True Arrows, Canada. IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press Sept. 5, Itl'ill | Sept. 5, 1938 . concluded a visit in the Sam Garmire home al Twin Falls, Idaho. They also visited Mrs. Ella Procht at Boise and Herman Precht at Payette. H. E. Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and Linda of Omaha, were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Betty Ohm and Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rinderhagen and soil, Kenneth, and Bill Hodge- kis of Indio, Calif., are guests in the home of Mrs. Rinderhagen's mother, Mrs. 0. W. Wyatt, and other relatives. Marcia Martens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Martens, is attending camp at Lake Poinsett, S.D. She will enter Iowa Slate University next week. JUST A CYNIC INDIANAPOLIS AP) -The bur- _ glar who broke into a lumber yard : and Ralston, oil ice bore was not only distrustful but bitter as well. Disregarding a helpful sign which said the company safe was unlocked and empty the burglar cracked it anywuy White in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Main and John were visitors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bliss in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schroeder and children of Lidderdale moved into the property of Mrs. Ernie Williams in Lanesboro. Helen Savage, Janet Vincent and Lois Hunt are home from a two- week trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wood of Cherokee spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seaman. Attnding th luneral services of Ray Garwood Aug. 2(1 from a distance were Mrs. Delbert McCaulley and sons, Des Moines; Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond Moyer, Newton; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gossman, Tulsa, Okla.. and relatives from Dexter, La,ke City, Sac City, KM PLOYED HERE Roberta Palmer, former owner ot Roberta's Beauty Shop in Coon - - Rapids, is now employed at Char- 42.) and lelt a note saying. "Thanks les Beauty Salou iu Curroll, beMiu- 3821 ior nothing." j n j n g lof j a y.