Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 9
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services FOR ALL OASOLLNE ENGINE lawn mower repulr, call or see Helnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc 14; Business Opportunities 19 OWN CARD OP to 25 words over 25 words— THANKS JH.60 .60 per word _|1.S0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch , Addltona) Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 s. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 0:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER „ 6 cents .18 cents .24 cents One day, per word . Three days, per word- Six days, per word.. Announcements UREKT1NO OAROS—LARGEST BE- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If It's greetlnR cards It's at Stone Printing Co _ 14-125-tfc Announcing Dick Rutlen, Air-Way Sani- tizor Dealer is also adding to his line the Lindsay Water Softeners, featuring all automatic softeners with life time fiber glass tanks. SEE OR CALL today needs. DICK RUTTEN for your soft watci CUSTOM DRYING Portable Behlen 500 Bu. Dryer Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and \s North of Moselle Phone Halbur 2262 14-217-6tp Livestock for Sale 41 8 T A It T E It, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair tor your tractor, car or irurk. Helnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 212b. 14-180-tfc CI'STOM COMBINING. IIAVK 701 IIIC machine. Kvan Kuker. Phone I 10F2, Llddenlnle. 14-213-10tc KXI'KRT PIANO en<e llolk'V. TI'NING. I.AWR- M-2H)-(itc Good Things to Eat 18 132(5 Harriet \ve. Phone 3001 I 6-218-3tc ! POOR TELEVISION PER I'ORM- ancc? Let us check your set a'" 1 ' put It in ton condition. We repair | FRIDAY all makes. Fast dependable service. Sporrers T.V. Phone 9513. tt-21U-6tr FRIDAY EVENING MEATLESS MEAL BARGAIN LOOKING FOR YOU BUSINESS Investigate this successful BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A product o£ WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY A Name Brand Is always preferred MEN OH WOMEN-FULL OR PART TIME Excellent weekly Income servicing our Beautiful Display cases of Walthnm Clocks, In lending drug, Food, House­ ware and Appliance Stores. You collect for merchandise purchased and replenish Inventory. All accounts established by us In your area. NO WAREHOUSING — NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY CASH INCOME starts Immediately. NO KNOWLEDGE of the Watch or CLOCK INDUSTRY NECESSARY. (We train you.) Applicants who can qualify are being appointed as Local Distributors. Must be responsible permanent resident, have car. devote at least six hours weekly to tills dynamic merchandising plan. References and a minimum Investment of $1195.00 Cash available Immediately which Is protected by our combined Bonus and Repurchase Plan. Local personal interview with a Company Executive. Write today Riving Name, Address and Phone. Kindly do not reply unless you can meet all requirements. Distributorships open throughout U.S.A. & Canada. TIME INDUSTRIES, 170 West 74th St., New York 23, N. Y 19-210-Hc MaTelr ^eTp^^ 21 50 YEAR OM> COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 4(36 21-123-ltc WITH Apply FOR SALE: PUREBRED SHORT- horn bull. Sorvlcahlc age. Ruilv •JUeyers, Carroll. 4t-219-2l'p LA NO RACE HOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-t.fc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DIJItOC Boars. Walter Piatt, Glldden. 41-209-tfc Pets 46 FOR SALE: TROPICAL FISH AND supplies. Zebras 25c, Moons, Swords and Mollies 50c. New ten gal. tank $7.50. See Don Glazier, Churdnn, after noons and evenings except Sunday. 46-218-2lc Building Supplies 47 SPECIAL LOW, LOW PRICES ON all white picket fences In stock. Buv now and rflive for next vear. Carroll Lumber Co. -17-219-31 c NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? 15M» bu. H' x 20' wood crib only 75.52 semi-annually for materials'. Green Bay Lumber Company. Phone 3248. 47-218-tfc Used Cars & Trucks _ 71 I0f>l PLYMOUTH 2 DOOR RI'NS gm>d. See ill 2iW'.. So. Court, after 5:30 p.m. price 71-218-31 p •07 (i.MC Vi TON PICK-UP. 18,0110 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, clean. '55 Butck Super 4-Door, Radio, heater, Dvnn flow, Power steering and brakes EZ eve glass, 2 tone. Special price 51095. Real _Sharp. Wittrock Motors. 71-207-tfc lO .'ifl PONTIAC STATION WAGON, 2 door V-H. Standard transmission. Radio and Heater. Light Green. McCoy Motors. 71-21fl-tfc Iowa Rainy, Cold, Cloudy 9 Times Herald, Carrol!, la. Thursday, Sapt. 17, 1959 (ion one. should be required of evcry- 1 New Personal WANTED: RIDE TO CALIFORNIA. Dial 4475, Carroll, after 6 p.m. 9-217-3tc Loans 12 TERSON.VL LOANS IP TO $30(1.00 Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll._ 12-2U'.)-ltc WANTED TO BORROW: ADOPT $10.0(10 on real estate worth Ijltl.OOU on ten year loan nt 5To. Will repay »t about $75.00 per month. Can furnish local luink references. Write Box A, The Diitlv Times 11 era Id. 32-2M-6l'p PERSONAL LOANS DP TO $500— Loans and installment rinancing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-1tc Business Services 14 WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . Photographs, certificates, paintings. Three-day service. Joe's Paint Center. H-135-ltc . PROMPT TV & RADIO SERVICE on all makes, incl. car radios. Reasonable. Expert technician. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. , 1-1-97-ltc! EVENING SHORE DINNER BUFFET All You Want to Eat for Help yourself to a tasty satisfying meatless meal served every Friday night buffet style, 6:00 to 7:45 p. m. Take all vou want: SALAD, BAKED BEANS. FISH FILLETS, FRENCH FRIED POTATOES, ROLLS AND BEVERAGE. COOL AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT THE BURKE MOTOR INN DINING ROOM HOY WANTED TO HELP clean up work Saturdays in person Carroll Bakery. 21-2in-3lc Female Help Wanted 22 III.I. TIME SALES OIRLS AND part time sales girls wanted. Apply In person. Carroll Bakerv. 22-218-2IC FARMERS—WE HAVE PLANS AND material to help you solve your grain storage problems. See us for free estimates. Phone 4373. Kanne Lumber and Supply. 47-2l"-5tc SPECIAL PRICES ON ODD SIZE WINDOW UNITS Carroll Lumber Co. 47-21f)-3tc left. By The Associated Press Rain, gloominess and cold were the principal ingredients in Iowa's weather mixture Thursday. Rainfall in the 24 hours ended Thursday ranged up to 1.10 inches at Randolph, and many points had a quarter of an inch or more. Overcast skies prevailed, and the clay started with temperatures ranging from 40 degrees at Sibley to 47 at Burlington. The Weather Bureau said a large, cool, high-pressure area will dominate Iowa's weather for the next couple of days. Occasional rains were expected i to continue through Thursday, 1959 Rambler Custom i wRh nf)t much incrcase j n temperatures. Afternoon highs were due to be mostly in the 50s. Wednesday's top readings were from 46 at Sioux City to 00 at Burlington. The outlook was for lows Friday morning in the upper 30s and lower 40s. and afternoon highs in the 50s again. The Weather Bureau says there NEW CAR CLOSE-OUTS and USED CAR VALUES 1959 Rambler wugon 4-door SAVE PLENTY ON THIS ONE. 1 Demonstrator. Ambassador 4-door. SAVE $800 HE HE. '57 Ford Kalrlane 500 4-door V-8. Power .steering, power brakes, radio, heater new rubber, and real sharp $1695 '56 Ford Custom V-8 2-door, straight stick, radio, heater. WSW tires. A good buy $1195 '56 Chevrolet Mel Air hardtop. Loaded with extras. Real good value $1595 '56 Korri Malnliner V11 4-door sedan. Heater overdrive, good shape $1095 55 h & u ^ea ^r r one ' S in ""captivTv i m 'S nl be some local warming on Saturday, but no general temperature change is expected. Household Goods 51 FROM WALL TO WALL, NO SOIL at all, on carpets cleaned with Blue Lustic. .Mall Furniture Co. 51-219-ltc FSED r> IT. lent, priced Carroll. FREEZER. EXFEL- to sell. (Iambics in 51-219-31. COOK WANTED: 715 NO. Phone 9551. Henrietta CARROLL. llolsteln. 22-21(i-tfc WANTED: RELIAUI.E KITCHEN staff for the Burke Motor Inn. Inquire Robert Wright. Dial 3551. 22-210 -Citc FOR SALE: MAPLE FINISH BAI1V bed, complete. Dial 9710. 51-218-31c •'Oil crs. SALE: Phone SI EC LE It 90-IS. OIL 51 HEAT- 218-3U' WANTED: WAITRESS, EXPER1- enccd or Inexperienced. Inquire Burko Motor Inn. Robert Wright 22-200-tfc WAITRESS WANTED: SI0 PER ! week. No Sundays. Applv in per- 1 son. Hwy. Cafe. ' 22-213-tfc! DA V WAITRESS WANTED: C.OOD hours. Excellent pay. No dishes to wash. Green Meadows Cafe. 22-217-31r WANTED: HA IIV SITTER IN MY home. Phone 2377 after <> p.m 22-217-5tc NICII I W \l I Rl> an, Pauline > WANTED. II M s Cafe. 22-21<)-3tc Male-Female Help 23 STFDENT FOR 1 int: table, .llm Cafe ART TIME WA1T- Duncan, Pauline's •J3-21!l-3tc FA I.STAFF OH HI. AT/. 12-o/. holt les 79. . ti pk S3 10 case e.xch. price. Place. T.V. SERVICE. ALL WORK C.I AR- 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. 1 l-21ti-6tc ] HAVE VOIR FURNACE CLEANED and checked by ><>ur reliable Green Colonial "dealer. Schecks Plumbing and Healing. 1 l-21ti-6ti: 18-131-ltc REEK IN e\ch pi ii c ("h a I ic\ •• 1S-217- ill llll \ WANTED: MAN OR WOMAN WITH serviceable car interested m additional income S.~nMO to till no pel month for 3 or -I hours work each week. Write box K Times Herald, leave name for personal Interview. 23-21S-2tp TYPIST A HAPPY COMHINATION vei y happy meal, Pauline s 1 fine food, pied service and conditioned comfort. Eat out so Pall! iocs I 'a te 1 s- 2 l'i WANT ADS FAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS l',n 14 uok's lenced in lieu i >n^ i ciHllllotl*- eek \tll»t Pic, tic .ant expe I work- Mr. M..II II, \PP1.Y Barnes Ho in St \ II I lion PHONE '.I'll •-P11 a 1 !-j itfi tic NO FOREIGN SIHSTANCE RE- mains In a rug cleaned with Blue T.ustie Slavs clean longer. Malt Furniture t'o. !M-21H-lte TWO l'«.ED II I.I. SIZE ROLI.A W A V beds, complete, S17.50 * $20.On Matt Furniture Co. 51-218-2lc Custom Made Window Shades ALSO Vertical and Venetian- Blinds Cleaning and Repairing FREE ESTIMATES Gehrke's Shade & Blind Co. ! 622 West 15th St. I Carroll. Iowa I Phone 27157 51 : 218-3tp ! WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used i electrical appliances, now. Heires I Electric. ftl-197-tfc [GIANT 15 CD. FT. CO RON A DO* home Freezer S199.95. Only 1 $. r i()ii down, ciambles. M-lll-tfc without a doubt SAVE '55 Ford Falrlane 4-door sedan, radio, heater. automatic transmission, WSW tires, At shape $1095 '54 Oldsmoblle Super '88' 4-door sedan. Good condition S995 '54 Plvmouth Belvedere 4-door sedan S595 '52 Oldsmoblle -88' 4-door sedan. Real sharp $695 '53 Ford Victoria V-8 $393 '52 Chevrolet 2-door sedan deluxe. Sharp $350 '50 Pontiac 4-door sedan Local car $250 '55 Ford :1 1 ton pickup with Helcler box. 4-specd transmission. In good condition $1295 '49 International i 2 -ton pickup. Lots of service left $275 McCARVILLE & SON MOTOR COMPANY Your Rambler Dealer West on Highway 30 Carroll. Iowa OPEN EVENINGS 7 to 9 71-219-ltc I... In addition to the 1.10 inches of rain at Randolph, other amounts included: Corydon, 1 05; Lenox, 1.00; Red Oak, .90; Sibley. 65; Greenfield, .60; Osceola. ,5H; Spencer. .57; Es- thervillc. .50; Council Bluffs, ,4H; Conrad, .27; Popcjoy, .27 of an inch. Carroll- 'Continued from Page 2* Auto Service 75 FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service, Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to vour form or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE VOUR OLD RELIABLE UUICK Pontine dealer before vou buy a I now or used car Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '511 FORD AT the easiest olace to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-2S4-UC Salesman Wanted 25 For Sale 55 BRENNY'S FOOD SAVINGS COFFEE any BRAND . 49c lb wilh purchase of Homemade Bologna at regular price 59c lb. Meats Fresh Dressed Hens. lb. 29c 1 Choice Round or Swiss Steak, i lb 79c Pure Ground Beef, 3 lbs. $1.00 Fresh Pork Hearts, lb 29c Fresh Side Pork, lb 35c Sliced Bacon Ends, 5-lb. box 79c Wilson's Skinless Wieners, 2-lb. hag 85c Summer Sausage, lb. 59c Braimsehwoiger, lb. 49c Economy Cheese Spread, 2-lb. box ' 59c Frozen Foods Orange Juice, 12-oz. can .. 39c Morton Apple or Cherry Pics 39c Breaded Shrimp. HI oz. 49c French Fried Potatoes, lb" oz. 25c Fruits & Vegetables White Potatoes, 25 lbs 55c Sweet Spuds, 2 lbs 15c Carrots, pkg. 10c Jonathan Apples, 4 lbs 49c Groceries • Lucky Leaf Apple Sauce, 3U3 can, 2 for 29c Ocean Sprav Cranberry Sauce, 300 can, 2 for ' 39e IGA Cocktail, 303 can, 2 for 39c Gold Hill Pears, 2' s can. 3 for . $1.00 !GA Grape Juice, 24 oz. 29c Hi-C Orange Ade, 4b' oz. can, 3 for [I9c IGA Red Beans, 303 can 10c IGA Fork & Beans 300 can 10c Linko Peas, 303 can, 3 for 35c IGA Chili, 300 can 2Kc Campbells Tomato Soup 11c Waxtex Paper, 100 It. .. 19c B-Z Preserves. Pineapple, Plum, Peach, Blackberries, 10-oz. jar, 5 for $1.00 IGA Elbo Macaroni. 12-oz. pkg., 2 for 29c Poprile Popcorn, with free seasoning inside. 1 lb. 17c—2 lbs. 35c—4 lbs. ti9c Jiffy Pancake Mix. 9 oz. 10c IGA White Syrup, 3 lbs. 35c Crackers, Nabisco Canister Pack, 49c value 29c Sunshine Hvdrox Cookies. pkg. .. 39c AN I lilt: >AI. lot 's lemt»i>. pirn, i -.iiom;>> I ii su r vU \N Hill I'All- h ,imc nights, salary inn. Paid saratinn, nice, mi experience ,() CART COMET DEM.Ell FOR i ('amill Cnunty. "llottest" tin i wheels. IJenn mM rated at lloselle | Kail Park. Art HulslnR. Carroll, Iowa. Phone 3035. 55-219-litp | r "„' r roil Sale Date Claimed Sept. 71 .toe Keimehcek closing out tarm sale 2 miles south of Carroll on Highway 71 and >v mile east on Swan Lake road. Irllieck & Orole. Aucts. Sept. 13-AiiKust lleithoff Est., 5 miles soulh of Carroll on 71, and 'a mile east. Boss and lrlheek, Aucts. Sept. 29 A. K. WillM-rdiMR closlnB out f;n ni sale. I mile west and 3 miles soulh of Ilredn. Boss & Grille, Aucts Sept 30— Herman \V. Crote, executor of Lizzie. Grote Estate, 100 acre County Farm, t miles east. 3 with a 109 average compared to Manilla's 1(11. So the key to the outcome apparently rests on Carroll's ability to curb Manilla's passes and contain the speedy Hawk backs. Probable Starters: CARROLL LE—Larry Cover. 155. Sr. LT—Jack Hays, 220, Jr. LG—Ron Swanson. 170, Jr. C—Ron Edwards, 175, So. RG—Jim Prince, 160, Sr. RT—Ron Fricke, 180, Jr. RE—Roger Kaspersen. 160, Sr. QB—John Schaben. 175. Sr. LI I—Leonard Snyder, 155, Jr. RH— Jon Lane, 175, Sr. WB—John Helmkamp, 130, Jr. MANILLA LE—Craig Saunders, 15:), So. LT—Dick Olson, 175, Jr. LG—Jim Rasmussen, 150, So. C—Gary Hall, 178, Sr. RG—Allen Miller. 147. Jr. RT—Kenny Sahl, 175. Jr. PE—Ronnie Olsen, 140, Er. QB—Gene Pauley. 157. Jr. LH-Eddie Schram. 147. Sr. RH—Ed Kloewcr, 175, Sr ER—Gary Schwieso, 172, Sr. & Kuemper- 'Continued from Page 2> iici i >.' la I 111 Wl Hi I 'll Hi |,.u , Farm Products rtlll lei IIOKN e.n ll Farm Machinery 372. JPJ-;HC 31 Vl'L- l' 33 FOR SALE: WINKLER pnuii condition. Call o'clock. STOKER IN 2609 after 5 riri-2P.)-2ic mile: Citv south and of Carroll mile easl Paul Grote. of the And. EXTRA GOOD ISI.I) meis cniiihtnc. Kiis Omtl Rapnls. ALUS (HAL- Caiiientcr, :i:i-2i7-"itp i USED :'!<i PlCKEKs; ;, USED NEW Idea 2-rovv plckcis. 2 used Min- neapulis 2-row pickers: 2 used 11 IC 2-1 pickers; 1 used Allis Chalmers nud. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelliern Impl. Co. a .'i-20f>-tfo FOR SALE: LATE '.".Mi IOIIN" DEERE cm 11 picker. A-l cumin n ai. Allied Weill, Gra>. Inua. ,'Ct-21tl-2lp CHANGE FIRNACE FILTERS NOW, 111x20. 74c: 15s20, S2c: 1«\20. S2c. 1G\'J5, Sric. Drees HeatinR d". Cairull, luwa. 5:>-2 lM-i',1 e ROLLER SKATES Seeds & Feeds 34 i SAVE CL TIM! ICE Cut-Price Toy Hwy .'10 West GOOD CORN' COU >M.E IM.MED- ialel\. I!a\iiiiind Wei kmeister, Ar- ; cailla In.' .'Vi-21S-,'ltc ltt-ilS-ltc Room for Rent 60 Livestock for Sale 41 ROOM IDR RENT: Plume ;>:ii-l. 111 EAST :ND. tiO-217-.'ltc EOR SALE: '! slein liellei FlllsT ( Nni Pert BRENNY'S IGA MARKET For Deliverv - Phone 228fi ItlKlit in -served to Limit Quantities AI.F IIOL- Uupipcr. tl-2lsi-ifc ROOM I'm FOR RENT: CLOSE IX. ilc entrance. Dint Usui. i;n -2111 -np EOR SALE: 10 REGISTERED SPOT- teil pnlaPil Chllili hiiars, toll q 11 a I il\. \ act inalcil. Herbert Klueke, 2 1 '- miles smith east of Temple- li.n -U-21S-2tc 15 HEAD YORKSHIRE sows, RUED to Chester White Bicirs. Farrow sunn. Mas Tuel. I'mm Ilapiils. ll-21S-2tc FOR SALE. HAMPSHIRE MALE lii'K's Rov Nelsnn, Glldden. li-211-2tc FOR SALE: 70 PERERRED HI ROC hoais, Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3 :, . k north, Manning 'U-20ti-tfc CLARK & CUFF AND NATUkALC/ THAT \ MOST BEAUTIFUL OF 1 NEW CARS CAME FROM L. PETERSEN BUICK'PONTIAC THEY HAVE THE BEST BUYS OF THE BEST CARS IN TOWN' Yes, Folks-Take SPEEDY'S Advice and Buy the BEST New Car at the BEST Price • BUICK or PONTIAC • ONLY 6 NEW CARS LEFT 4-'59 Buicks and 2 -'59 Pontiacs The demand lor Uuiek-I'ontiac that we are now clown to the HURRY in and see for yourself has been so ureal this year last 6 59's available — bo that you— BUICK PONTIAC ?%»«G4352 • CARROLL FOR SALE: INCOME PROPERTY', ,s,u cnv, potential income $1500 in ,•»•.>( II ui vearlv, price $-|ooo. Write Bus Hi 1. Cllddeh, Iowa. (i:i-218-2lp NEW H-IUIRM. IIOl'SE WITH KIT- dien mi front. Full basement. Atlaehed garage. If purchased iinu. Ou>er may choose his own ri.iia scheme. Tnls is a well constructed home with hardwood flinns, tiled hath and Rood sl/e mums. Call 3815 for an appointment to sec It. John (Jnam Heal Estate. _ 03-218-2U- FOR SALE: SMALL MODERN house available immediately. Reasonable. White Box HU Dallv i Tunes Herald. _ (i3-217-3tj>, FOR SALE. I & 3 ICR. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from Refoi e \ mi hu\ or sell, call us Wllher Walkup Heal Estate. Phone 2H20 ii3-'J17-llc APARTMENT DWEI.I.IM. FOR sale: $l!io monthly income. Write' ^Kns ^j^_J ^mjej^lj^^ Apartment for Rent 65 Building Collapse Toll May Reach 100 BARLETTA, Italy i.\P>-Disaster teams probing the rubble of a collapsed five - story apartment house said today the death toll was almost certain to exceed 100. Forty-five bodies were recovered. Police said .">8 persons were still missing and believed trapped beneath the heap of shattered concrete and twisted steel. Fiflecn persons were injured. Almost all victims died in their beds. Authorities said it was possible that even more persons than the 118 now known were in the build- in", when it crumbled with earthquake violence at 7 a m Wednesday. Among the missing were three workmen who arrived moments before the tragedy to repair a wall which began to crack three days ago. The building originally was a one-story garage. Four stories were added in the last six months and most of the residents had just moved in. It was of modern design with a marble • decorated front and garden balconies. Most of the residents were businessmen and city employes and their families. gate and as a result got nowhere. Probable Starting Lineups: KUEMPER Lit. — Vern Henkenius, 11, 150 LT — Larry Brown, 12, 174 LG — Dave Collison, 11. 126 C — Tom Schleisman, 12, 160 RG - Jack Schleisman. 11. 157 RT — Tom Champion, 11, 205 R1-; — Jim Goetzinger, 11. 163 QB — Jerry Gchling, 11, 143 t.H - Denny Gule, 12. 144 RII - Steve Macke. 11, 151 FB — Dale Wenck. 12, 179 Line Average: H52 Back Average: 154 Team Average: 160 DOWL1NG LK — Alex Klidyejs, 12. 175 LT — Ernie Talarieo, 12, 220 LG — Ben Acri, 12, 160 C — Vernon Faber, 12, liia RG — Tom Proctor, 11, 176 RT - Mike Pierce, 12, 106 RK — Larry Beltrame. 12. 181 QB - .Jim Mattoney, 11, 175 LI I - Charles Tiano, 12, 160 RH — Joe Wilkenson, 10, 156 FB - Dave Keller, 12. 165 Line Average: I llll Back Average: 164 Team Average: 1711 ACP Regarding ACP, they are asked whether they favor limiting payments to permanent or semi-permanent practices, and In regard to Production Payments are asked whether they are in favor of such payments on livestock in quotas are necessary. Props, Acre Allotments In the category of Price Support and Acreage Allotments, members are asked to check whether they favor 'Da program for gradual elimination of supports, (2) use of average market prices to determine the level of price supports, or (3) establishment of strict acreage allotments or marketing quotas for all crops on each farm and increase in the pricf\support level. Marketing The division on Marketing, Research and Promotion asks opinions on whether government research to find new uses for farm products should be accompanied by appropriations for an immediate "crash" program or a long- term program of appropriations adjusted to the needs of each year. In line with efforts to expand foreign markets, members are asked whether the government should subsidize farm exports as a permanent program or subsidize exports temporarily and encourage the development of private trading. They also are asked whether they favor an expanded red meat promotion financed by check-off from producers' receipts; if so. on what basis such a program should be conducted, and whether separate programs should be adopted for beef, swine and sheep. Stales Rights The opinionnaire section dealing with states rights asks the question: "Do you believe that if legislation is enacted by Congress which results in the federal government assuming the rights previously held by the states that such pre-emption of authority should be specifically stated in the bill?" Labor Labor questions deal with legislation to control racketeering in unions, exemption of labor unions from antitrust laws designed to curb monopoly, and inclusion of hired farm labor under minimum wage coverage. Social Security Under social security, Farm Bureau members are asked whether they favor extending cov erage to include other benefits such as hospitalization and medical care, if such extension means that rates will be increased. They also are asked for a "yes" or "no" answer on lowering the retirement age of men from 65 to 62. Vertical Integration The final section of the opinion­ naire is devoted to vertical integration or contract farming and asks the question: "Would you favor considering the future establishment of a concentration such as has been set up by the Cedar County Farm Bureau in West Central Iowa?" Members of the Farm Bureau resolutions committee who compiled the questionnaire and will analyze its findings are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Lussman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bruggeman, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Halbur, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Annear, Mr. and Mrs. • Eisenhower- ' t Continued from Page U the crowds did show whnt he termed reservation. He indicated he feels that was to be expected in view of the differences between the United States and Russia on specific problems and general government philosophy. Elsenhower remarked that In his estimation very large crowds turned out to greet Khrushchev In the capital. He said that was natural because the people wero interested in seeing Khrushchev. Police estimated the turnout in the Washington area to see Khrushchev was around 200,000, This compared with an estimate of more than a million for Britain's Queen Elizabeth In 1957. The President also dealt with these other topics: CONGRESS—By and large, El­ senhower said, a great deal of good was accomplished during the just-adjourned first session of the 86th Congress, controlled by the Democrats. But the President did cut loose with some sharp criticism — and also called it unfortunate that control of the government still is divided between the Republicans and the Democrats. Eisenhower spoke out most sharply in discussing what he called the refusal of Congress to authorize removal of the AV* interest ceiling on long term government bonds. That refusal, he declared, was one of the most serious things that has happened in a long time. Eisenhower said because the ceiling is too low the government is being forced into short term financing which is inflationary and increases the cost of doing business. In other comment on the congressional session, Eisenhower commended the legislators for enacting a labor control bill. He called that measure a fine step toward correction of—as he put it —abuses by people with evil intentions in the labor movement. STEEL — Eisenhower reasserted vigorously that he is determined not to take the part of one side or the other—labor of management—in the steel strike. Without saying so in so many words, he indicated strongly that he plans no new move to get the Steelworkers Union and industry officials to join in a request to him for creation of a nongovernmental fact-finding board. In a letter last Monday to George Meany of the AFL-CIO, Eisenhower said he would appoint such a board — suggested by Meany — if both the union and the industry requested it. The union did so, but the steel companies rejected the idea. Asked whether that ends it so far as he is concerned, Eisenhower shot back that his letter to Meany speaks for itself, and that, absolutely he is not going to take any part favoring one side or the other. Opinionnaire- (Continued from Page 1) Alvin Musfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kies. Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Pott- roff and Mr. and Mrs. Frank West. DISPLEASED CUSTOMER MILWAUKEE <AP) — David Brooks is involved in a divorce suit because he bought some pictures of a nude woman. But Brooks, not his wife, is filing the divorce action. He got the surprise of his life. Brooks testified in Circuit Court, when he discovered that the pictures were of his wife. Philosophy from comedian W.C. Fields: "It is never funny to break anything. It is only funny to bend things." Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICK—IMIOOF OF VfUA. STATK OF IOWA, *ss. Carroll County. ORIGINAL. To All Whom It MHV Concern: NOTICK IS HKUK.BY GIVEN. That an Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament or Walter J. Wegner Deceuseil, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Tuesday the 13th day of October, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, a* the day for hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this Kith day of September, 1959. (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court Sept. 17, 21, Oct. t, 1959 HOMETOWN FOLKS BALTIMORE <AP> — Democrat J. Harold Grady has been congratulated on his recent election as mayor by every major potential Democratic candidate for president but one. The missing voice belongs to Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.L the only one of the lot who ever lived in the Baltimore area. NO PRACTICING! BALTIMORE <APi - Origami is the ancient Japanese art of folding paper into complicate birds and other forms. When a New York museum sent out catalogs lor its international exhibit of Origami, each was plainly marked: Fold." APT. FOR HUNT. DIM. •I '.'.M. lS-;t'r • RF.DROOM APT. l'hone 9li-l.'l. 1115 NO. liri- M.MN. i-'M-tfc APT. AT UG07. 2011 NO. CLARK. DIAL 63-20li-tfc I'IKNISIIED, MODh'RN TRAILER. Ci'inciu I'atlo Graham Trailer Court, Dial 4122. 65-192-tfc MOD1CRN S-ROOM APT. ditlonod. Dial 3297. A1U CON- i ;r >-i53-tfc PARK V Hi W APTS, DIAL 31011 ti5-132-tft APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Fl'R- ntshecl or unfurnished. MeNaliO Builuinfi. Dial 3*80. 65-2.19-tfc GET THE BEST CAR AT THE BEST PRICE Don't Miss Our Selection of Fine Used Cars Farms for Sale UINNKSOTA 67 FARMS FOR SAI.K: We have the hesl in Minnesota farm land lo offer you. Write <ir nunc. Thomson Really, Granite Falls, Minn. _ _ 67-211-Uc WKI.L IMPROVED PRODUCTIVE 120 aeres. 5 ml. south Areiullfi. $4000 down, $10,000 March 1, 19(50 with good terms on balance. G. D. Prliicie. Dial 3805. 67-217-31 u TWO IMMPROVIW FARMS, TWO farms on contract. Frank Hoffmann, Phone 2210 07-219-1 fe SMART Is the Word For This Gent . .. Flo makes quick cash through For Sale ads! He sells things for cash he CAN use, sjopesa juo oj 3u[sn jou s,ot| Be smart — use inexpensive Classified Ads. Phone 3573. Daily Times Herald ary conditions? During years when expenditures of the federal; government are higher than expected receipts, except in national j emergencies such as war and de- 1 pression, should the government 1 1 1 increase taxes enough to match expenditures, '2> keep expenditures in line with current revenue, or <3> borrow money and increase the national debt? Opinions j also are asked on increased expenditures contemplated by the 'Do Not | federal government in bousing, veterans benefits, federal welfare, municipal airport improvements, urban renewal, aid lo depressed industries, aid for highways, farm programs, river and harbor improvements and foreign aid. Aid to Schools Under the heading "Federal Aid lo Education," members are asked to indicate whether they feel that federal aid to elementary and secondary education will result in "excessive federal control." Agricultural Policy Questions dealing with agricultural policy are divided into five parts — Conservation Reserve, Agricultural Conservation P a y- ments, Price Support and Acreage Allotments, Production Payments, Marketing Research and Promotion. Coiiservntion Reserve Under Conservation Reserve, members are asked whether they think acreage should be increased, whether owner-operators should be allowed to put entire farms in conservation reserve, whether participation in conservation reserve should be a requirement for price supports, and whether participa- Urn AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 12:15 O'Clock CATTLE 24 Hereford Steers and Heifers Wt. 400 to 500 32 Hereford Steer and Heifers Wt. 350 to 400 21 Hereford Steers Wt. 600 to 625 22 Shorthorn Steers and Heifers Wt. 400 to 450 17 Angus Steers and Heifers Wt. 350 to 450 16 Angqs Steers Wt. 500 8 Hereford Steers Wt. 750 4 Hereford Heifers Wt. 700 21 Hereford Heifers Wt. 300 to 350 Holstein Heifers Wt. 600 Hereford Cows HOGS 22 Feeder Pigs Wt. 40 to 50 lbs. 12 Small Pigs 4 Mixed Sows SHEEP 6 Good mouth ewes, 10 western ewes 18 Feeder Lambs 2 good black face bucks Dexter double tub washing machine Floor and table lamps End tables—Several small articles 8 16-ft. poles Blower for Furnace 3 6x10 ft. 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