Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 14, 1959 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 I Business Services ! (4KBKT1NU CAJtDS—LABOE8T 8R- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If It's greeting cards tt'a at I Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc 14 Loan* 12 Livestock for Sale 41 1 Apartment for Rent 55 .$1.60 $1.40 CARD OF THANKS Up to 25 wonds $1.50 All over 25 words 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch Aridltonal Insertion* ___ Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. •lay of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday II a. m. Monday throujjh Friday CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER tt cents 15 centp 24 cents Ono day. per word Three days, per word- Six days, per word. UXPKKT P1A.NO ence Hollcy. TUNINU. l.AWTt- 14-212-6tc BTAltTElt, OENEHATOlt, MAO- ncto and Ignition repair for your tractor, cur or truck. Ketnart Service, across street west of _ Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc CUSTOM COMBINING. HAVE 7(1 IMC machine. Kvun Kuker. Phone 10F2, Lldderdnle. M-2l3-10tc Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One Announcements 6 DOC HACKOOHN'S FAMOUS I'KNK- tnillnK Medicine. Proven wonderful success. Fast pain reliever, do away with arthritis, rheumatism, and swelling and stiff Joints, and many other diseases, write me ynur' troubles and I will he Rind In help you prove by my past experience. I have sold It for over Uventv vears. Prlre Is 12 ounces for $10.00 fully Cunrnnteeil. Sold bv Wm. lln^'edorn, MannliiK, Iowa. fi-21S-2ip I'OH YOI'K KIMTH IlKHNIlOltfi j hypo allergenic cosmetics see fier- rv Moorman or Dial 96<l!>. Watch Mai v .lime Chlnn show every Wednesday. r>-2l6-2tr, I'OOK TKI.KVISION 1'KltI'OHM- anre? Let us check vmir set and | inn It In top condition Wp repair| all makes Fast dependable service sporrers T.V. Phone 051.1. (i-21(>-(ilr FKKSONAX LOAMS UP TO 1500— Loans and Installment tlnanonK— Cars, equipment, household goods. SAM Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa Good Things to Eat 18 UK Kit St HOTTI.KS $3.71) CS. AND up. (Plus Deposit); Lockers for rent $10.00 per year; Pears, lug S1.59; Fresh Porfc Brains 21c lb; Pure Ground Beef 2 lbs. 08c; Skinless wieners 2 lb. bag 89c; Brenny's Market. 18-216-1 tc MAKE IT A IIA HIT! BIMNG THE family and dine 'out' with us at least once a week. Pauline's Cafe. 18-21(>-ltc Male Help Wanted 21 CAItKIER BOY WANTED. PHONE 2523. . 21-216-2tc Lost MUM OK MONK V Moore Bros. Stole. LOST NKAH Phone 3-1HM. 7 -2 Hi-lie Business Services 14 T.V. SERVICE. Al.t. WORK CilAlt- anteed. We stuck pails for most makes. Also complete stock of car anil home radio parts. Kor prompt repairs, call on us! Coast to Coast Store. M-21ti-(Uc HAVE YOUR I'IRNACE CLEANED and checked by your reliable Creen Colonial dealer. Seheeks Plumbing and Heating. 14-21ii-(itc Wr, DO PICTURE FRAMING . , . Photographs, cehtlflcatos, paintings. Three-day service. Joe 's Paint Center. 14-135-ltc "You Can't Beat A LAND BANK LOAN'' Hera are torn* of the many reasons why you should choos* a Land Bank Lean • Payments are low • You can pay in adyance, without penalty , •Local loan service See or write Federal Land Bank Association .10 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route Ago 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 4(16 21-123 -ltc Female Help Wanted 22 COOK WANTED: 71ft NO. CARROLL. Phone 9554. Henrietta Ilolsteln. 22-216-lfe WANTED: RELIABLE KITCHEN staff for the Burke Motor Inn. Inquire Robert Wright. Dial 3551. 22-21«-fit( REOISTERED MILKINTi SHORT- horn bulls. Adolph Breinlng. 5 ml. _ So. of Hotna, Iowa. <ll-215-3lp' FOR SALE: 100 KEEPER PIOS. Weaned and east r:t ted. Louis Wan- nlzer, Templeton, Iowa. 41-214-3tp FOR SALE: 4(1 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China Dears, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5Mi west. 41-173-3tc FOR SALE: 10 PUREBRED DUROO hoars. Vaccinated for choiera and Ervslpelas. Wavne Rannlnger. 3 west. 3')i north, Manning. 41-200-tfc MODERN :t ItOOM \I'T dltloned. Ulai 3297 MR CON- 153-1 Ic Timet Herald, Monday, Sept. Carroll, la. 14, 1959 PARKVIEW A PT8. DIAL »10I» i;IJ i ic APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: KUR. nisbcit in unfurnished MrNaon liVllldinK. Dial 3U80 HMl'llfr G Rocket- 'Continued from Pugc D Deaths, Funerals Farms for Sale 67 Livestock Wanted 43 MINNESOTA FARMS KOR SALE: We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Wrlle or come. Thomson Realt>, (iranlle Falls. Minn. fi"-21 lift" KOR SALE: l«0 A( |{i;s NEAR RAY- aril, fine modern house, good buildings, water works, etc. mostly gi-nlly rolling, fertlllly esrel- lenl, S'2Ht)iM> pet aire on good IT'S TIME TO SHINE! RENT A Blssell Shampoo Master Cleaner for rugs. 31.00 a day. Coast-to- Coast Store. 14-100-ltc POR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or gee Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc Phil Dennis Masonic Blclg., Phone Loans — Manager Carroll, Iowa 3305 12 WANTED: WAITRESS. EX.PERI- enced or inexperienced. Inquire Burke Motor Inn. Robert Wright 22-200-1 re MIDDLE AGED HOUSEKEEPER wanted to care for homo and 2 children 11 and 15. on farm. References preferred. Fred Turner. Dedham, Iowa. Phone ()L 9-3810. Glldden 22-21 LGtp WAITRESS WANTED. EXPERIENCE not necessary. Call Brown Derby alter 4 p.m. 22-212-Ulc WAITRESS WANTED: S4I) PER week. No Sundays. Applv m pei- ^sw ^Jhv ^Cafe/ -s ^C^iiiJi Male-Female Help 23 MARKET RESEARCH INTERVIEW- ers Part-Time for Carroll County. Iowa and surrounding areas to Interview people In their homes on various subjects. No selling Involved, f.ate afternoons ami evenings. SI..V! per Injur plus expenses. Car necessary. Write background, interests tn Box N ', Dally Times Herald Include phone number. 23-2Ki-2tr If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell . Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. Building Supplies 47 PORTABLE BUILDINGS AND FEED j bunks built to order. See us for low prices. Carroll Lumber Com-! panv. 47-202-tfc contract Also proved sn neai 240 SW Coon pel' aeie. 120 at .VJIMi.lHI per Rapids at s:i7." Brannan. Coon Rapids. the following. Im- town on hlghwav: Kaplils al S'JOn.OO K of Coon lianlds ' re 120 N of Coon on per aci e Dennis Iowa (17-213-Mc Used Cars & Trucks 71 •.n <;M< TON PICK-UP. la.noo miles 3.o7 axle. Railio, healer, clean 55 Bunk Super 4-Door, Radio, heatei, Dynaflow. Power steering and brakes KZ eye glass, 2 tone. Special price SKiiio Heal Shnri' Wltlroek Motors 71-207-tfc in.lli PONT1AC STATION WAOON, 2 dooi V-8 Stand,ud I ran-mIssion. Radio and Healer Light 'Jrecn. McCoy Motors. 71-21(>-lfe servntory was heard in London over Moscow radio. There was no immediate reaction from President Eisenhower. No Surprise Hut Sal unlay, after the Soviets announced the launching of their newest moon rocket, White House press secretary James C. Hagorty said "It has been known for sometime that both the Soviets and the United States hove had the capability for such shots, and this comes as no surprise." The Russians were clearly delighted about the success of this el I orl in the enhancement of Soviet prestige as Khrushchev prepared to start his exchange of visits with President Eisenhower. Alexander Topchiev, vice president of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, said a manned flight to the moon "is a mutter of the not too distant future." He spoke at a news conference in the academy's assembly hall. Auto Service FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and sew ice. Call Motor Co Dial 4303. and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars SEE VOIR OLD RELIABLE UUICK- Ponttnc denier before vou ouy a new or used car Peters Bros. In Carroll. _]}}'} !) '" 11 TRADE FOR A NEW T »U fOltl) AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc - i crowded with Soviet and foreign 75 correspondents. Topchiev said the moon shot aounhan provided a vast amount of information that is now being processed. Preliminary reports indicated that all scientific instruments in the rocket functioned normally up to the moment ot impact, he stiid. 35 -llour Trip The Soviets did not disclose the i \act time or site of the rocket 76 MRS. MARY OSTERIIOLT | Mrs. Mary Ostcrholt, 84, died at; 12.20 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 13, at Ml. j Carmel, after several years' 111- j ness. She had been seriously ill the > past four days. Requiem mass will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Mt Cnrmcl Church, Mt. Carmol, • Talks- (Continued from Page I) to find out "what kind of man he is," said Chairman J. William Fulbright <D-ArkL and they want to ask him some tough questions about Soviet behavior in world affairs. Kiscnhower himself is expected to tell his visitor that the use or ! threat of force around the boundaries of the Communist bloc — ! most recently against India and Laos—is the major cause of tension and war fenrs in the world, j Major Problems The President expects at least half a dozen major problems to i he covered in the talks he and Khrushchev will hold here Tuesday afternoon and late next week, following the Soviet premier's return from a tour around the country. The problems include disarmament. Herlln and the future of Germany, and the situation in the Far East. One difference between the Soviet and American approaches PERSONAL, LOANS UP TO 8000.00 Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc WANTED TO BORROW: ABOUT §10,000 on real estate worth Sid,000 on ten year loan at 5';.. Will repay «t 'about $75.00 per month. Can furnish local bank references. Write Box A, The Dallv Times Herald. 12-214-6tp TYPIST NORTHWEST CATTLE CO. Western Calves, Yearlings arriving from Colorado & Montana For Private Sale BOONE. IOWA 210 Choice Colorado Yearling Steers, 650-750 lbs. 105 Colorado Yearling Heifers, 750-850 lbs. 95 Choice Colorado Heifer Calves, 400-550 lbs. 105 Montana Hereford Steer Calves, 405-585 lbs. This will be a very good selection nf I rrshly unloaded cattle, cumins: directly to us from Colorado and Montana. RANGE CATTLE HEADQUARTERS Open Every Day and Evening NORTHWEST CATTLE CO., BOONE, IOWA CLEO BOWMAN, Manager — PHONE Office 1781—Res. 155UW Located at Former Bowman's Stockyard for 14 week's work, lenced. -to-luiur week log conditions. APPLY Must I)" exper- Pleasant work- LUM BURR SEZ i A man is getting old when be spects the food instead of the waitress. in- Mr. Barnes Stall Room St. Anthony Hospital PRONE 3414 22-21fi -tfc 33 Farm Machinery FOR SALE: 3000 BU. STEEL CORN crib. (Hound Martini New, at less then wholesale. II. R. Curtis apd Son, Churrian, Iowa. 33-215-21 p NEW IDEA SIN OLE ROW CORN picker, only picked 30 acres. Sell for half price. John Stetfes 5 south _ and 3 west of Carroll. 33-215-2tc FOR SALE: "J USED ALUS CIIAL- mers Pickers. 1 Massey Harris 2 row mounted picker. 1 Case 2 row mounted. Puck Implement Co Manning, Iowa ''• FARMERS . . . We have plans and materials to help you solve your grain storage problems See us for free estimates. PHONE 4373 KANNE Lumber & Supply Sale Date Claimed Sept. 71 Joe Kcnnehpi k closing out farm sale 2 miles south of Carroll on Highway 71 and 'j mile east on Swan Luke road. Irlbeck & Croto, Aucts. ^^^^^^ Moon Shot First of Many to Prepare For Landing of Men launching, but newsmen esti-jhas already mated that it took off sometime i propaganda for appeared. Soviet several days now YORK <AP'—The Soviet shot to the moon is the many that may prepare for the first man on the 814 W. 9th — Carroll 47-2 Hi- He Household Goods 51 33-215 -3IC 8 USED ?••« PICKERS; 5 USED NEW; Idea 2- row pickers 2 used Minneapolis 2-P>W pickers; 2 used IHC 21 lockers. 1 used Allis Chalmers mid nteuei with stalk ejector. 1 used .lolin Deere 200 picker. Schcnkciherg lmpi, Co. . 33-20f»-tfC NEARLY NEW « PC. BREAKFAST set S5o(lii. Neaily new lo \ 12 hclfe tweed rug SMMMl. Matt Kui- nituie Co 51-21li-2tc .AIIY IS YOI It (let lms\ ulth and uph'olstei.s nlturc Co CARPET SHADY.* Blue Lustre carpet i leaner. Matt Kur- 5l-21ti-ltc Livestock for Sale 41 LAN BRACK BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east. -1 S "Uth of Carroll U-21ti-Uc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boa is Walter Hall. Glldden. Jl-'JOP-tfr FOR SALE: SPINET PIANO. USED shurt lime, can lie seen near here. Substantial savings to responsible part\. Cash or terms. Write Iowa Pliin>> Company, Box '271 IVs Moines, Iowa 5l-21li-ltc VERY Steal C.OOD HO" and springs METAL BED$20. Dial 2103. 51-215-21 e CATTLE FEEDERS! DRY GRASS!!! DRY GRASS!!! Would you like to buy strictly fresh, ranch consigned cattle? Save added expense - come direct to the Colorado Cattle country. Extremely dry weather and poor prospects for winter feed is creating unusually heavy receipts. 10,000 Choice Colorado Cattle for Oct. Monday, October 5 - 1500 yearlings and calves. Monday, October 12 - 1200 Angus yearlings and calves. BIG THREE IN ONE Monday, October 19 - Northeastern Colorado Cattlemen's Assn. Cattle - 1500 calves and yearlings. Tuesday, October 20 - Crow Valley Grazing Assn. Sale - 1500 yearlings and calves. Wednesday, October 21 - Regular Wednesday Sale - 1200 calves and yearlings. Come and Attend These Three Big Sales Tuesday, November 3 - Second Crow Valley Assn. Sale. Wednesday, November 4 - Regular sale at Sterling. All of these sales will consist of strictly fresh, ranch consigned cattle. Good to choice grades. ir auction is located on the V. I' ;iml t'IJ\t^ Hailroads itv of Portland" to Sterlinq, arrive in the morninu and - Direct luadmu Hide the 11 return homo anain that cwiun.!. Selling around 1200 to 1500 cattle each week on our Wednesday Sales. For more information call: Sterling Livestock Commission Co. Sterling, Colorado Office La 2-1950 - E. S. "Bud" Van Berg, Mgr., La 2-1411 WE HAVE A OOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appllunces. now. Heires Electric. 51-137-tfc GIANT 15 CC. FT. CORONA DO home Freezer S19995. Only 55.00 down. Gambles. M-lll-tfc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: U"»ED IH0.000 BTU OR more. gun-l>pe and furnai c No conversion. Plume 12s. Hreda News. Breda. Iowa 53-2lo-11p U AVI lift. Kl>: Pin EI) HO\ ER H7(ii». P VI'IENT 53-21ii-lte For Sale 55 •:.-,0 l,.\L. FUEL TANKS. I'lIONE 275.. 55 •21(i-3le FOR NAI.E: 100 CAL. STOCK TANK, like new .tun g ,i|. tank Cairoll Creamery Co 55-215-3tc FOR SALE: TROMROVE AND typewrltei. Both A-l at lloltorf liarlici Shop 55-2)5-3tp HEAVY III TV WISCONSIN MOTOR (or sale at Keighlld Garage. Dedham. Fred Till tier. 55-211-titp YOU CAN SAVE YOURSELF PLEN- ty of cash In our Fall Farm Bargain Sale Starts Monday, .September 11th Cairoll Wholesale Supply, east on hlghwav ,U) 55-212-filc COLORING BOOKS SAVE 5c Keg- 10c Only Toys Sell for lik- at Cut-Price Toy House West on Hwy. »0 — Dial 01 55 55-216-ltc NKW rocket first ol the way moon. Most scientists believe it will be ."> or Id years belore the first ! c;ii'(hman. we;iriiiR ;i spine suit. \ steps out upon the surlace of the moon. j What will he find" I He will probably find the lunar crust covered with a thick layer; of dust. Scientists believe cosmic ] dust and debris have been collect-' inu on the surface lor millions of years, undisturbed by wind or rain, since the moon has no effective atmosphere But belore this, much must be learned The Soviet rocket carried instruments which could show whether the moon has a magnetic lielcl. or belts of radiation around it, as the earth does. And scientists want to know if life in any form exists on the moon. If so. it must be hardy to endure the extremes of tempera, ture which run from 2f>0 degrees Fahrenheit in the daytime to 215 j below at niRht. I They want to examine the dust on the surlace, to test one theory that life may have been carried through space to land on the moon after oriumuting somewhere else. They also want to know if volcanoes caused the eruptions on the moon, and if so. can the explorers tap the heat by means of bonnes, to supply warmth, and use the heat to create power Man may gel to the moon, but chances are much slimmer that be will tie able lo travel to other planetary systems Such trips, because ol the loon distances involved, would require that he approach the speed of liKht. which is considered by many to be a practical impossibility lor man. early Saturday. They reckoned the capsule soared 230.1 liO miles lo the moon in about 3f> hours. The rocket carried pennants hearing the Soviet hammer-and- sickle emblem and an inscription "I'nion of Soviet Socialist Republics. September 1939.** The Soviet news agency Tass said special measures had been taken to make sure the pennants bearing the emblem remained intact despite the terrific impact of the moon landing. The dramtic shot, sure to give Khrushchev's visit a sharp prestige boost, marked the first time man has lobbed a missile through space to hit a celestial target. News of the flight was hailed on both sides of the Iron Curtain as a major scientific achievement In .lodrcll Bank, England. Prof. Alfred Lovell. in charge of the world's biggest radio telescope, termed the moon rocket "a brilliant demonstration of the advanced state of Russian technology." It was J od re 11 Bank that flashed first word that the Soviets had been successful in their moon shot. U.S. Congratulations American scientists congratulated the Soviet Union on her feat and expressed hope information gleaned from the rocket would be shared with the world, i But Vice President Richard M. Nixon said official proof was still I lacking that the Soviets really hit the moon. I Nixon, interviewed as he landed i in New York from Washington, said the Soviet had tried and failed three times in the last two! i weeks to land a rocket on the | j moon. Saturday's was the fourth 1 , try, he added. i Prnvda. official Communist party newspaper, said "the second Soviet space rocket has re has been building up great expectations of achievement from the meetings. American officials have been playing down hopes of major accomplishments. Asst. Secretary of State Francis O. Wilcox cautioned Sunday night in a New York speech that while he was not pessimistic about Khrushchev's visit "no one ought to look for miracles." with the Rev. 0. W Koester officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. The rosary will be recited tit 7 p.m. today and 8 p.m. Tuesday, led by Fr. Koester, at the Sharp Funeral Home In Carroll, where friends may call after 6:1)0 p.m. today, Mrs. Ostcrholt, the daughter of Geihnrdt and Mary Steinkamp, was born in Hamburg, Germany, Dec. 27, 1874. She came to the United States nt the age of 11 and settled with her parents In Sac County. She married George Os­ tcrholt Jan. S), 1111)4. at St. Bernard's Church, Breda, with Rev. Lcursman performing the rites. Immediately after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Ostcrholt moved to a farm near Breda, farming until 1907. when they moved to the family home one mile west and one mile north of Mt. Carmcl. Mr. Ostcrholt died June 7. 1955. Since his death, she had made her home with her children. For the past three years she made her home with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vanderheidcn at Mt. Carmel. She was a member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church and the Christian Mothers Sodality of the parish. She is survived by her children: Fred Ostcrholt, Belgrade, Neb.; I Mrs. Tena Ford. Scrantotv, Mrs. I John (Anna) Poss. Avoca, Minn; JFerdhu d Ostcrholt, Sioux City; I Mrs. Mbert (Gertrude" Muggenberg, Okarche, Okln.; Mrs. Earl (Emma) Vanderheidcn. Mt. Car* mel; Mrs. Aron Bruning, Carrolh Albert Osterholt, Mt. Carmel; and Englebert Osterholt, D e d h a nr. Forty-nine grandchildren survive"; 84 great-grandchildren, and one brother, Ferdinand Steinkamp^ Breda. One son. George, and a daughter, Mrs. Marcus Berger, preceded Mrs. Osterholt in death; also two sisters and two brothers. Labor Bill- (Continued from Page 1) deal with nonunion subcontractors; provides that the right of primary picketing against the employer directly involved in the dispute is not limited, and allows unions to use informational activities other than picketing to seek to persuade customers not to buy products of an employer with whom there is a dispute. On organizational picketing, the limitations provide that a union can picket for longer than 30 days without an election if the picketing does not halt deliveries to a business. They also permit unlimited organizational picketing if the employer has entered into a collusive, or "sweetheart," contract with another union. The act also contains three provisions long sought by labor. These would: 1. Permit replaced strikers to vote in a bargaining election for one year after a strike begins. This repeals a section of Taft- Hartley. 2. Repeal the Taft-Hartley provision requiring union officers to flie non-Communist affidavist if their organizations seek to use the NLRB. 3. Permit pre-hlre agreements in the construction industry plus mandatory union membership aft- instead BYRON BAKER t Funeral services for Byron Baker, 78, have been set for Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Coon Rapids. The Rev. Earl Josten, pastor, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. C. P. Hughes, of trie Glidden Methodist Church. Burial will be in the family lot in the Scranton Cemetery. The body is at Huffman's Funeral Chapel in Coon Rapids where it will remain until 1 p.m. Tuesday, at which time it will be taken to the church. > Mr. Baker died Saturday morning at Friendship Home in Audubon. He was a retired farmer from the Coon Rapids area. er seven days instead of the 30 o„v.w »P««- I-JH-MH lias re -i j d fa t j aw affirmed the leading role of theF ' v Rites Tuesday for Rev. Thomas Pertit A. RUDOLPH SEASTROM Funeral arrangements are pending at Huffman's Funeral Chapel, Coon Rapids, for A. Rudolph Seastrom, 79, who died Sunday at 1:15 p.m. at the -Allen Memorial Hospital, Waterloo. Mr. Seastrom had undergone surgery two weeks ago. Formerly of Coon Rapids, Mr. Seastrom was living with his son, Hilmar Seastrom. in Waterloo at the time of his death. Surviving are five children. Hilmar Seastrom, Waterloo; Wayne Seastrom, Mrs. Lynn Olson (Wilma>. and Mrs. Harold Anderson iLillian), Coon Rapids; and Marvin Seastrom, Carroll; 25 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Houses for Sale 63 Mtl.DKOO.M NO. slllK, Will I.O- iaie»l on Improved street, i.uncled iHinR loom, nice kitchen, tile bath. Ilice/.e \wi> and attached nara;.'e, ii." hasenienl. pru eil nuhl, only si, Ml i|,i«ii lo qu. Hilled luiver. Im- inediale possession. Call I'lldcn/ Ileal K.sViUe. Dial <dA\2. ».:i-Ulf,-'.Mc Al' Mt I MIA T i:l.l.|S(l I O It sale S pin lllnlll hi V IIU nine W I lie Ho\ V . 'I'lines Herald tiil-'Jlii-tdc Houses for Rent 64 I OK UK. N'T: house oti "i Templet i 'D M()l)i:it.\ INSI'I .ATKll 1, S'J" no. Frank Steffcs, i.l Jl"> |i « HOIIVl MODI H\ 1)1 I'l.KX IN 1. 1 11 1 > I • 1 1 I lea I and .\ liter I u rn ished Avai.aPie .Sept. 15. t'hnne lit. Apartment for Rent 65 W\NI'K|i: l(K( O.M.MI'.NIIKI) I III I'. 'e ' 1 ! 1 .. 11'. I III e l est eil 111 I e, i sun i I. I, • I Ul IHslU-d ijlia l I s Ys i It e lii>\ l\ Times Herald. lio-'Jlti- Hi ' |l.i,:\ •> UOOM T 'llolU- '» >.|.l I TIM I 'lose ID A I'T. WITH IIK.VIT.H .-.i • side, . adults nnl v. :~ lia-'JPl-lie British Embassy Plane is Reported Missing in U.S. Flight LOS ANGELES 'Al"-A loiir- engiiie plane which the pilot said was attached to the British Embassy in Washington. DC . was missing today, the Federal Aviation Agency said Whereabouts of the plane with an uiuk 'ternuiK 'ti number ol persons aboard, posed a mystery lo ollicials According to ;i tliglil plan tiled at noon Sunday bv the pilot. Paul l'arron, the plane was scheduled to take off al I p m. from the Los .Angeles Internal lotial Airport tor Seattle It was due at Seattle at ti at) p III In Washington British Embassy sources said today they were inv siiiu 'd bv ivpuils thai an cm Lassy plane was missing Thev also said a check of all Hiitish air lone people attached to the embassy did not disclose the name ol any pilot named Paul l'arron The EAA said in a check ol all hangars at the airport the plane was not found There was no con- iirmation in any report that the plane had ever taken oil E E Uisc. British consul-general at Los Angeles, expressed belie! the plane was one- which Lad come from Washington wilhin the last couple of days. Bnlisb ainli .i-ss .idor Sir Harold * Caccia -'irrived at Hcattlo Sunday by i oiiimoirial airliner, lb- was quoted as saying he knew nothing about the plane U.S.S.R. in the highly important spheres of science and technology, in fathoming the mysteries of the universe." Acclaiming the "latest remarkable successes of the Soviet Union," Pravda added "world public opinion emphasizes the tremendous importance" of Khrushchev's visit to the United StRtes. In Moscow, Soviet citizens stood tensely by their radios as step- by-step reports were broadcast of the trail-blazing flight. 'Count Down' Shortly before midnight, the Moscow radio announcer began counting "now just five minutes." Now three minutes" and finally down to seconds. Just belore midnight, the announcer said, "wail for a special announcement. Listen to Moscow. Listen to Red Square." At the stroke of midnight the chimes tolled from the Kremlin and the radio began blaring the national anthem. Minutes after the deadline the radio began broadcasting concert music. Finally at 12 o."> a. in., the music ceased and the historic announcement was made—33 minutes after the rocket's reported landing "Attention, Moscow speaking," proclaimed the announcer, then: "Tass—bulletin. Today the 14th oi September, at 00:02.24 Moscow time—2 minutes and 24 seconds a'ter midnight—the second Soviet cosmic rocket reached the surface o' the moon. "It was the first time in history that a cosmic flight has been made from the earth to another I body." There was no public sign of rejoicing over the announcement. Led Square was virtually deserted Moscow restaurants closed at - midnight as usual. BOONE <AP>—Funeral services will be held here Tuesday afternoon for the Rev. Thomas Pettit, an Iowa Methodist minister for 51 years. He died Saturday night after a two-year illness which forced his retirement in 1957. Dr. Allen K. Williams, Perry, district superintendent, will assist in the services. Burial will be in Boone. The Rev. Mr. Pettit was born in Avery, Iowa, and worked in south Iowa coal mines for 14 years before he acquired his formal education. He was graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College in 1915. but was admitted to the ministry in 1906. He served pastorates in Fort Dodge, Des Moines, Council Bluffs. Boone, Stuart and Pilot Mound. The Rev. Mr. Pettit was a well- known champion of labor, and appeared at labor hearings in Congress in 1949. He was much in demand as a labor speaker through the years. DIANE JUDITH BAUMHOVER Funeral services for Diane Judith Baumhover, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Baumhover. R. 3, Carroll, will be held at 5 p.m. today at the Sharp Funeral Home, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman officiating. Burial will be in ML Olivet Cemetery. The baby was born at 4:30 a.m. this morning at St. Anthony Hospital. She died at 7:30 a.m. She is survived by her parents and one sister, Jill, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Knobbe, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baumhover, Mt. Carmel. SET F.B. MEETINGS Annual Farm Bureau meetings of Maple River, Wheatland and Arcadia townships will be held in the Farm Bureau building at 8 p.m. Monday. A movie will be shown and resolutions will be discussed, i Refreshments will be served. All Farm Bureau members in these three townships are invited. Mary Osterholdt Carmel — Age 84 Friends neral may call at Home after Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Baumhover lionM oil Pial :\Suii Al'T. lllo Mii.nuooM _J'liollO 'JO-W. APT. AT 209 NO. . I)(i07. s>i MI \i«r. ii"i vi:> '.'ii .NO MAIN. tio-214-Uc CJLAItK. Ill A!. U5-20li-tfc Air si \ llgclos The p on, can persons. anil began hoin tin Lie, ai ea early unlay .inc. a De llaviliauil IU i curry a dozen or inure NO Nt T The peanut is not a nut, but belongs to the same family as the common pea and bean The term nut was applied to il on account of ii, slum- true mils i's llavor, Which is similar lo that 1 Funeral Services: Monday 5:00 p. Funeral Home Monday Rosary: Monday 7:00 Father O. W. Tuesday 8:00 Sharp 6:30 p. p. m. led Koester p. m. by m. at Sharp Officiating: Rh Rev. man Msgr. F. H. Grete- Requiem Mass: Wednesday 9:00 a. m. at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church Officiating: Father O. W. Koesler Interment: Ml. Olivet Cemetery Interment: Parish Cemetery. ruiNis.iii:i> utui.r.n Cement I'alio. til'aluilli I 'rallel Coin I, Dial W.rj l)'i-lO'.'-tti Fellows belli ellils caught in who burn tin olll'll llllll I he middle. > candle Ihi''K .Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Tooley have moved from an apartment at ?->i\ Norlh Main Street to 11 a- Ha maeker Apartments at U25 Norlh Simon Avenue. SHARP I SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll 19 Yean FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll 19 Years

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