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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Announcements 6 Loans 12 CARD OP THANKS Up to 2a words $1.50 All over 25 words 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch 31.80 Addltonal Insertions -11 .40 Classified displays taken until 10 B , m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 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 word 15 cent* Six days, per word 24 cents Announcements FOlt YOUR EDITH ItKIIXIiOllG hypo allergenic cosmetics see Gerry Moownnn or Dlul 9649. Wulcli Mnrv Jane Chlnn show every Wucl- nesflny. B-21B-2lc In Appreciation The Carroll County Regional Blood Bank Committee wishes to express their sincere thanks to the donors, W.S.C.S.. Methodist Church, doctors, nurses, canteen workers, typists, recruiters for donors. People who loaded and unloaded supplies, the Daily Times Herald, KCIM and any and all who made Donor Day a success. 3-217-ltc roon TixKvisiov ifaucouM- <ince? I.cl us check your Me! unci put It In lop condition. Wc repair nil makes. Fust tlcpendatite service. Sporrcrs T.V. Plume 9. r >l.'i. K. of C MEMBERS Stag Dinner Wednesday, Sept. 16 (Ember Day) Chicken Served Family Style 6-217-llc PERSON AX. LOANS W TO 3R00— Loans and Installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll. Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 Business Services 14 1 Livestock for Sale KxrKIlT V1A.NO TUNING. I,AW1l- ence Holley. M-2l2-6tc STARTER, GENERATOR, MAO- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Kelnart Service, across street west of; B,,;| J :__ c«.~«i:^» safeway, ph 2126. 14-iso-tfc i building supplies 41 Farms for Sale 67 FOR SAUK: 10 PUUKBHKD nVIUW MINNESOTA l-ARMS VOU S.\f,E: bonis. V ;iccin;itc(l for choieni and u,. h„ V |. tin- hi-sl In Minncmiiii Ivesf 1 ^^ 8 - „^ih nC M ,Bt |5S!nS RL "'- S limd "In n'fre,' "u'wrlU." ,r west. 4 >i noith. Manning . ,.,, m „ Tri ,, mM , n |. L .„|| y , tininlto ll-2t)(vtfci ]r, ulSi Mlnn «7-2l4-tf(.' GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE Window glass cut to fit, Joe's Paint Center. 14-245-ltc AIA. MAKES OF TV AND RADIO repaired, Incl. car radios. Guaranteed work by trained experts. Latest test equipment. Coast-to- CoastJStore._Dlal 9303. _14-101-ltc T.V. SERVICE. ALL WORK GUAIt- anteed. We stock parts for most makes. Also complete stock of car and home radio parts. For prompt repairs, call on us; Coast _ to Coast Store. ll-216-6tc HAVE VOIR FURNACE CLEAVED and checked by your reliable Cieen Colonial 'dealer. Sehoeks Plumbing and Heating. l4-21f)-(ilc TOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2120, 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 Personal WANTED: RIDE TO CALIFORNIA. Dial -1475, Carroll, after 6 p.m. 9-217-31c Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS UP TO 3500.00 Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-2u!l-lte WANTED TO BORROW: AMOI'Tl SlO.Oiio on real estate worth.! IJIO.OOO on ten v ear loan at f»'r.' Will repay «t 'about $75.00 per' month. Can furnish local bank) references. Write Uox A, The p.ulv j Times Herald 12-2M-l>tp CUSTOM DRYING Portable Behlen 500 Bu. Dryer Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and North of Rose lie I'hone Halbur 22(52 14 217-(ilp NOW Join the Crowds of HAPPY HAPPY NEW FORD BUYERS At Bill Burgess Motors BIG OVERSTOCKED OF NEW 1959 FORDS We Haven't Trade Now Offered Deals While You Like This Since Can Name The 1956 Your Recession Own Deal! No Reasonable We Must Offer Unload Will Be These Refused Cars Now! JUST 24 1959 FORDS LEFT! After These Are Gone There Will Be No More Deals Like These! You Can Actually Save as Much as $600 If You Trade Now! But Don't Wait- Bring Your Title When You Drive In and Be Ready To Make a Deal! PICK OUT THE NEW FORD YOU WANT AND DRIVE IT OUT- Payments as Low as PIT Month BILL BURGESS Easiest Place to Trade in Western Iowa 1 lilk. South of Tracks on Main St. MOTOR CO. CrsTOM COMBINING. IIAVK 70 IHC machine. Evan Kuker. I'hone 10F2, Llddcrciale. 14-213-10tc Good Things to Eat 18 WHKN COMPANY COM KM IN, KN- lertaln them here. Saves planning, food preparation and dish washing. Pauline's Cafe. 18-217-llr KOH SA1.IJ: KTKAVINO HKNS. *l each, dressed and delivered. Dial 'WHO. 18-2V7-.1U- KAUMKItS—Mi; IIAVK PLANS AND material to help vou solve ymir f raln storage problems. See us for re "" fee estimates I'hone -137.1. Kanni Lumber and Supply. -17-217-51! 47 ••'<>•« SAM'!: KKI Af'ltKS M'lAR UAY- fiil. fine m-idcrn house, t'ood buildliiKs, Wilier Works, etc. mostly Rein I v rolling, fertility excellent, $280.1)0 per HITO on good eonlracl: Also the followInK: Im- Pastor's Call Is Approved by Presbytery Tlmii H«r»ld, C*m\\. U. • TuMday, Stpt. IS, The call of the Rev. Allan M Peterson of Clcghorn to become Household Goods 51 KXCI.LLI.NT , r.ri it n:xr A N D economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstcrv eleanei. Matt I'urnit uie Co. ' ."il-217-11c 2'^™" Vl^^ of the Carroll Presbyterian Church was approved by the Northwest Presbytery in session here Tuesday !l() S\V f'oon Haplds per aire-. 120 SI'! of Coon Rnphls at S'JOIlOn per acre 120 N of Coon Itaplds at s.TT.'i.no per acre. Dennis Braiinan. Coon I'aplds, Iowa. fi7-2i:t-5tc NI.AIII.V NKW .". PC. III IK A K FAST . set S50.IHI: Nearh new in \ |2 FA I.ST A KK OK IILATK BKKK IN lieige tweeil rug ?:i0 on Malt Kui- 12-oz. bottles 7»e. H pk. evch price nlture To. .M-2H;-2tr S.'t.lo case exch. price. Charles's — Plate. 18-217-ltrl \VK IIAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF —refrigerators, ranges and used Male Help Wanted ' 21 """"""»•• nu S^iffS HOI'TK MAN, LSTAHMSIIKD TF.U- 1 OIANT rltoiy. home nghts, evperlenee not necessarv. fcarn while vou learn. Contact Mr. ('.Ill 910 North Carroll St. Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. 21-211-2U- CA Kit IKK BOV WANTKn. PHONIC 252.'!. 21-216-2tc Female Help Wanted 22 COOK WANTKIV. IIS NO. CAItKOI.L. I'hone Henrietta Holsteln. _22-21(i-lfc j IV A N'T LI): KLMAIU.h! KITCHEN staff for the Hurhe Motor Inn. lni|Ulre Robert Wright. Dial M5.il. 22-216-fJtc 15 CO. FT. COKONADO home Freezer . S199.95. Onlv $5.00 down. Oambles. M -lll-trc 53 Wanted to Buy WANTED: I SKI) IHO.OOf) I IT I more. gun-l\pe nil furnace convei'slon I'hone 12^. Breda New-,, rii -eda, Iowa. .i.'t-21(i- |tp l'Olt SALE: pit) ACHES, KAI It IM- Pi-o\ enients, piaclliallv all tillable S.TJ.-iOO per ncie Five miles liom Catholic school ,ind chinch. Vci\ i,,w (low II pavment And also mo acres, four and oni'-half miles f i "in Mnllmil, which adjoins above Rev For Sale I'SEII ItATII Tl II. IIKi vrYLl'!. SMI. Can be socn at Drees Plumbing and Heating. .Vi-217 -ltp FOII SALE: 100 (-AL. STOCK TANK. like new 300 gal tunk Cai-roll . Creamery Co. !>5-21o-;jtc 1VANTKD: 1VAITRESS. GXPEIll-1 — enced or Inexperienced Inquire' V °U SALE: TKOMBOVE AND Burke Mutor Inn. Hubert Wright J typewriter. Both A-l at iloliorl' 22-2UI)-lfc- lial ber Shop. .Vv'Jir.-.'tt p ~ • VOU CAN SAVE YOritsEI.F I* I.E.N- I y of i ash m our Kali Farm Bargain Sale. Starts Monilav. .xepiem- ber 1-llh. Caiioll Wholesale Sup- |ilv. east on highwav .-(O .Vi -212 -Citc Carroll church was set for October 11. About 150 ministers anil laymen were registered at the Presbytery i2o, fur sale 'on contract'. "52."iiV.('x'i • meeting which opened at 9 a.m. per acre. Some permanent pasture. I w uu »u p R,. v Walter K" Sehipl of These farms would make a verv Wlln lne Kev ; waltc , r acniel Ol good rather and son setup, n nd the ' Manchester, formerly minister of two of them can be handled on a , t v,„ parroU church as mnrterator combined down pavment of S15.-I 1 ' \ arrDl1 Lnurtn. ™> moiiuaior. ono.oo to respfinsiblc peimie Also j Opening devotions led by the Rev. other farms for sale. V rank W .! Schiel were followed hv accent- Shaw. Attorney, Pocahontas, lown. r tnlCI I01l0Wto aixtpi 67-217- ite; ance of the docket and action on W \ W ^^ tt r^\^)^^ ! m Tt tC Rcv. 'James Ransom of Le- .finnn down, sio.oon March l. wo, Mars was elected as the new mod- v^m^x" '"""^n^jerator succeeding Rev. Schiel «~— • whose term expires at this time. Used Cars & Trucks 71 Rov Random took office immedi- •- — -- , atelv after election and presided •S7 CMC M TON PICK-UP. 18,000 foi . ' fhp rpinAindor of the dav miles 3.H7 axle. Radio, healer, | 101 lne . reinamacr or tne aay. 55 •55 Bulck Super 4-Door. fl< clean. Radio, heater. Dvnaflow, Power stcorlng and brakes E7. eve glass, 2 tone. Special price $1095. Real Sharp. Wlttrock Motors. 71-207-trc • Khrushchev- ; (Continued from Page ti vict and Americnn, were in cvi- Because of the scrambled arrival schedule Eisenhower twice changed his plans for getting to the airport. Originally he had expected to go by car, then ordered ! up a helicopter, and still later he Date of the installation of the called for a car once more. — Peterson as minister of the i n wos a c | eari sparkling day and the temperature was in the 70s. Propaganda Gesture Over Scandinavia. Moscow radio reported. Khrushchev had flashed greetings to Premier E1- nar H. Gcrhardsen of Norway and Tage Erlander of Sweden, a gesture emphasizing the propaganda undercurrents in the Khrushchev visit which have concerned many Western leaders. And as he winged over Canada Khrushchev messaged Prime Minister John Dicfenbaker: "I send you and your colleagues and through you, the whole Canadian people, friendly greetings and best wishes." Some expected the Soviet leader to produce some sort of highly dramatic surprise during his Lunch was served at noon by United Presbyterian Women of the Carroll church under the supervision of Edith Graham, president iPONTIAC STATION WA(.ON . • Sessions were to continue until \ American tour, possibly at the WAITKEss WANTED. EXPERIENCE [ not necessary. Cull Brown Derbv after 1 p.m. 22-212 -(ilc 2 doui V-s, Standard transmission Radio and Heater. Light Creen McCov Motors. 7l-21ti-tfci about 5 p.m. WAITUEsS WANTED. SIO PKK week. No Sundays. Applv in pei- 22-2i:i-irc Auto Service son. I |w y. Cafe BE VOI H OWN BOSS: BEAUTY advisors operate your own cosmetic agency. Appoint others. Ne-v nationally advertised product. Possible SM.000 to Sio .onii per vear. Call Miss Bates, Burke Motor Inn for Interview, Thutsdav, Kent. 17th. 22-217-21C DAV WAITKESS WANTED: OOOl) hours i:\cellenl pay. No dishes to wash, ilreen Meadows Cafe. 22-217-Htc WANTED: BABY SITTEK IN MY home. I'hone 2.'177 after ti p m. 22-217 ."St i- Male-Female Help 23 MARKET RESEARCH INTERVIEW- crs Part-Time for Carroll County. Iowa and surrounding aicas to interview people In then homes on various subjects. No selling involved. Late afternoons and evenings. $1.50 per hour plus expenses. Car necessary. Write h.-n-k- giound, Interests to Box N \ Daily Times Herald. Include phone number. 23-2l^-vt<' Room for Rent 60 UOO.M FOR KENT: I'hone 93H. Ill E.Wr •• Ml, iiii-217-.'tlc FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motnt Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to vour farm or home. Call Houlihan OH Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc 75 Council Orders Measuring Tapes For Police Dept. FOR RENT: SI.KEPINI. ROOM FOKJ K | 0 w Ta»-c 2 gills with puvale bath I'hone i^CTV v.ata •»2 .V.. oo .'.M7 -Vlp . - 76 Houses for Sale TYPIST For 14 week's work. Must be evper- lenced. Id hour week Pleasant work inn conditions. A PPL Y Mr. Barnes Staff Room St. Anlhnnv Hospital PHONE !U14 lie soi in SIDE. i-iinii.M. 11(>i >i:. Ideal raillll> home m e\cellenl I- -cat ion bet \\ ccn t - .w n and si hools. Laigi kilchen, dining nil., eai peled 11 v ing I in. den, bat h down. Heiliooies and bath up. This house is in excellent condition. Caiage. John llliain Real Estate. _ ii.'l-217-lle FOR SALE: SMALL MODERN house available Immedlatcis i:ca- sonat>le White Box UB - .. n.nu Tunes I lei aid. 63-217-31 p FOR SALE: 2 & 8 B.K. HOMES. WE have ft nice selection to --boose from. Before vou buv or sell, call US. Wllber Walkup ' Ilea 1 Estate. Phone 2ii'J0 <i3 -2i7-Ue FOK SALE; 3 INCOME PROPER- ties Sac Cltv, potential income SISOO to S20OU' veai'lv. pile-. Sionn. Ol Write Bov 191. Clld'dcn. ''.wa -•>•»•••-.• ti3-217-3lp MII'IDIIOOM NO. SIDE. WELL LO SEE VOI K OLD RELIABLE BUCK- Pontiac dealei before vou buy a Aj nt ' w "• used car Peters Bros', in I Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOK A NEW '59 FOltD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co- 7t>-284-tfc Sale Date Claimed Sept. II Joe KeiUH'brck closing nut farm sale 2 miles south of Carroll uti Highway 71 and mile cast on Swan Lake road, lrlbeck & Grote, Aucts. Legal Notices Farm Machinery 33 EXTRA GOOD USED Al.ll> < IIAL- mers combine. Russell Carpenter, Coon Rapids. 33 -217-otp FOK SALE: 2 I sEll ALUs CIIAL- mei s Pickers 1 Masses Harris 2 row mounted picker. 1 Case 2 row , mounted. Puck Implement Co , Manning, Iowa 33-213-31 1 8 USED llfi PICKERS; S USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers. '2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers, 2 used IHC 24 pickers: 1 used All is Chalmers mid. picker with stalk ejector: 1 used John Deere 2nd picker. Schcnkelberg Imp! Co. 33-209-tfc The city council Monday night authorized the police department to purchase two Rolatapes for use in measuring distances in traffic accidents. Cost of the tapes is $29.75 each. Lawrence Boyce was given permission to install sign and a planter at location of Boyce Monumental and Marble Works at intersection of Grant Road and Highway 30 Permit granted with a proviso that it meets with approval of State Highway Commission. A refund of the unused portion of Class B beer permit and a retail cigarette license held by Fred .hilich. Jr., for the Steak House was ordered. Martha K. Hoffmann was issued a Class B beer permit and a retail STATE OF IDVVA. (cigarette license for the cafe for- CARROI.L COUNTY , ss. No. 77«s mcrly known as the Steak House NOTICE IS HLUKBV GIVEN, thut .,, l,„ (...llpH M-irlW* Pl-iro - the undersigned has been dulv ap- 10 hc tallea Matlna S rMace. led on improved street, carpeted pointed and qualified as exeeu'trlces ' City clerk T. J. Kerwin was di<-' 1'ath.i of the estate of Tresa Ludwlg, u/k/a rpr t P H t n nav an additional Slfl n^r Thereslu Ludwlg deceased, late of : rocloa 10 P a y an aaaillOIiai 51" per Carroll County. All persons Indebted month for help at the Ladies to said estate are requested to make i nuncp located on Fifth Street Immediate pavment; and those hav- Ll0 "" Re ' loca . lea on r mn aireei. inn claims against the same win | Next meeting will be Sept. 23. present them, duly authenticated, lo At that limp spnled bids for a new the undersigned for allowance, and ^ l lnal »™ seaicu Bias ior a new file in the oirice of the cierk uf the fire truck will be opened. District Court. ] .Margaret l.udwig, Mae (Mary) J.ud- wig and Genevieve Ludwlg, Exee- utrlees. Robert S. liruncr, Alloniev Dated August 31, U159 Alfred .1. Klocke Clerk Dlslrlet Court Sept 1. 8, 15, 1959 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA. CARROLL COUNTY si. No. 77'1G NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix MUM I OF APPOINTMENT AH I TRICES living room, nice kitchen, tile hath. Biee/.e wav and attached garage, full basement, priced right, only Sti50 down to qualified buyer. Immediate possession. Call Pudenz Real Estate Dial 93-12. <>3-21H-2tc APARTMENT DWELLING FOK sale- S190 monthlv Income. Write Buv Y •;, Times Herald. ti3-21ti-6te Houses for Rent 64 FOK KENT: MODERN INSULATED house on 71, 520.00. Frank Steffes, JTempjeUm^^^^ Apartment for Rent 65 '•-BEDROOM APT. 1115 NO. MAIN. I'hone 01.13. tij -2M -lfc AI'T. AT 2011 9iil>7. NO. CLARK. DIAL ti5-2lK3-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 LANDKACF. BOARS. EDWARD P. Hrliicks, 2 miles east, I south "f Carroll il-2lii-tfc FOK SALE: rUREBKF.D DUROC Boars. Walter Plait, Glidden _ _ jll-209-tfC REGISTERED MILKING sllOKT- horn bulls. Adoiph Bieining ."i mi. .so of Bolria, Iowa. 11 -'21 5-31 p Fl'KNISHED, MODERN TRAILER. Cement Patio Graham Trailer Court. Dial _4J22. ^llPiLi'j? MODERN 8-KOO.M M'T. AIK CON- ' ditloned. Dial 3297 o5-153-tfc PAJiKMEW APTS. DIAL 310!) of the estate of George K. Seyller deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned lor allowance, and file In b5-132-tTc 'be orfiee of the Clerk of the Dls- • : inct Court. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- Maud Luettn Seyller nished or unfurnished. .Mc.Nabb .lay A Watson, Attorney Butldinc. Dtal 3uSU. 65-219-tfc 7< IN I moil Arcade — - l)a\clipult. Iowa WANT ADS PAY VOU CASH I Dated August 31. 19,9 FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS | n'erk OiLtrk't Court " "—• j Sept. 1, S, 15. 195!) Open Inquiry and Instruction Class Twelve persons reported at SS. Peter and Paul School Monday night for the first session of an inquiry and instruction class under auspices of the Legion of Mary of SS. Peter and Paul parish. Because of a misunderstanding about the opening date, a larger attendance is expected at the next session which will be held in SS. Peter and Paul School at 7:30 p.m. Monday, September 21. The Rev. Edmond Adams is the instructor of the course which will continue for six weekly sessions. Catholics and others are invited. No names will be taken. DEMOCRATS OF CARROLL COUNTY Attend the Ris Organizational Planning Meeting on THURSDAY, SEPT. 17 1! (Hi P. M ai CARROLL COUNTRY CLUB Carroll County Democratc Party — j An English boxer always watches Mexico proclaimed its indepen- 1 TV before going into the ring. May- dciicr of Spain on Feb. 24. 1H!H. ' be it puts him in a fighting mood. MOLASSES-UREA Guaranteed 30% Protein $5800 per ton F.O.B. Coon Rapids, Iowa Oil \\i> will deliver lo your storage tank and/or feeding tank in the field—a minimum of lVa tons (250 gals.) We have a 1,000 gallon tank mounted on truck complete with pump which enables us to fill any tank on your farm. Straight CANE BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES is also available at all times. MOLASSES-UREA is a fine supplement for cattle on pasture this time of year—on low roughage feeds, or on corn stalks later. You get double the amount of food value from rough low protein feeds by feeding molasses-urea. THE GARST COMPANY COON RAPIDS, IOWA Phone Murray 4-224n — 1st Door West of Hotel *A minimum trucking chaise must be made lor delivery. U4-20(i-ltc $.175 II you t;ilu­ ll nut In ll's 01 iKliiul cur tun and ,-iv irmlilr II VOlll M'll . Blackboard & Peg Table Reg.'Price $4.98 Cut-Price$425 Cut-Price Toy House Hwy. 30 W., Dinl 0155 18-217-1 tc LAST FRIDAY'S CATTLE PRICES! (lOtx! lo choice heilers and steers . Medium quality heilers and steers $30.50 to $33.50. . . . $27.50 to $30.50. (iood to choice vearlings, steers and heifers . . . $25.50 to $20. Medium made , . . S23.50 to $25.50. I'tilitv cows . . . SHi 50 to $18.00. Hulls, steady to strong . . . $18.00 to $22.00. fanners and cutlers . . . S14.00 to $16.00. THURSDAY CATTLE SALE SEPTEMBER 17 Starting at 12:30 P. M. 600 HEAD OF CATTLE 25 Choice Hereford heifers, weighing 250 lbs. 20 Choice Hereford heifers, weighing 325 lbs, 40 Fancy Hereford heifers, weighing 430 lbs. 27 Fancy Hereford heifers, weighing 460 lbs. 50 Good' to choice Angus steers, weighing 450 lbs. Regular local run of cuttle, sheep and hogs. NOTICE New Hog Market will open October 1 at the Spencer Livestock sales. Major packers and order buyers will be here. Hog Auction every Monday and Thursday starting at 10 a. in. Spencer Livestock Sales SALE EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY HI WAY 71 NORTH OF SPENCER, I A. PHONF, 1155 We Sell Cattle Every Day U. N. Friday. Khrushchev has proclaimed his purpose to be securing "peaceful conditions for all persons on earth." F.xpecl No Mlruclcs But most American leaders indicated they expected no Hidden and miraculous melting of the cold war ice as a result of the Soviet leader's 13-day visit. At Moscow's flag-decked Vnu- kovo Airport, a crowd of Bbout 500, including government and Communist party leaders, saw Khrushchev 's big TU114 jet liner take off for the United States. He carried with him, as a gift for Eisenhower, a duplicate of the Soviet pennant implanted on the moon's surface, by a Soviet rocket Sunday. With Khrushchev, smiling and confident as he left Moscow, were his wife, son and two daughters and a large party of Soviet officials and newsmen. A red carpet reception awaited the Soviet leader in Washington. Also awaiting him were the tightest and most elaborate security precautions of all time for a visiting foreign dignitary. Andrews Air Force Base in nearby Maryland was closed to all air traffic except Khrushchev's plane and two others bringing his party of 100. ,Pomp, Ceremony Full pomp and ceremony was arranged, including an honor guard and a 2l-gun salute. American and Soviet flags fluttered side by side at the airport in anticipation of Eisenhower's motor trip there to extend personally the greetings of the United States to the Soviet Premier. The White House announced the welcoming party included Secretary of State Christian A. Herter and Mrs. Herter, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., U. S. ambassador to the United Nations, and Mrs. Lodge; Gen. Nathan Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Mrs. Twining, and numerous other officials and dignitaries. ' A parade route was fixed for the limousine motorcade from the airport along the divided highway toward Washington. Private Lunch Upon arrival at the President's guest house, Khrushchev was to lunch privately. The old mansion, called Blair House, is across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. It has been placed ac the disposal of Khrushchev, his wife, Nina Petrovna Khrushcheva, his two daughters and several aides for their sUiy in Washington. * More than 4.000 police. National Guardsmen, soldiers, sailors, Marines and detectives manned rooftops and streets along the route from the airport. Even manhole covers were sealed. President Eisenhower was to meet Khrushchev again at the White House at 3:30 p. m.. for the first of their formal conversations. But the two are not expected to get down to cases on world tensions until Khrushchev returns from a cross-country tour and stops for three days of private talks with the President. ORDER OF RANK ANTIGO, Wis. (AP> - A poker player will have no trouble flushing out the top grades of potatoes marketed this fall by a new marketing cooperative formed in this spud capital of Wisconsin. They'll be called, in order of quality, Antigo Royal Aces. Antigo Kings and Antigo Queens. Odds 'n' Ends Bring Quick Cash When you need ready cash, try selling unusual articles through ,a Classified Ad You'll be amazed at the lust action. You'll be pleased at the low cost! DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald

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