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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14! Livestock Wanted 43 1 Used Cars & Trucks 71 CARD OF THANKS Up to 25 words All over 25 words 6c CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch... $1.50 per word ..$1.60 .$1.40 Additional Insertions Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. el«v or publication except Saturday nn'cl U a. m. on Saturday. Regular fliissiried till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 8 cents Three clays, per word IS cents Six dnys, per word — ,. 24 cents T.V. SURVICB. AIX WORK GUAIt- antecd. Wo Stock parts for most miikcs. Also complete stock of cur nnd home radio parts. For prompt repairs, call on us! Const to Coast Store, 14-216-6tc FOR AIX GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or Bee Relnart Service, across street west or Safeway. Phone 2128. 14-65-lfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST 8E- lectlon, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If It's greeting cards It's at Stone Printing Co. 34-125-tfc STARTER, GENERATOR, MAG- neto nnd Ignition repnlr for your tractor, crir or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc CUSTOM COMBINING. HAVE 10 IHC machine. Evan Kuker. Phone 10F2, Llddenlale. 14-213-10tc Announcements EXPERT PIANO once Ilnllcy. TUNING. LAWIl- 14-219 -61C ])IAI. .'ilisn FOR FRESH CUT Ff.OW- ers fur nnv occasion. Ann's I'lovver and Gift Shop. 6-222-241c rrssiNO WON'T FIX ITI—CAI.I. us. liuurantoed professional T.V. Service. Complete slock parts anil t ulies. Prompt calls, moderate prices, Runrnnteed service. Phone tol.'l, Sporrur's T.V. B-222-Htc NOTICE! House located at 616 No. Carroll St. IS SOLD I have sold my house by private sale thereby canceling I he Public Auction which was to be held on Tuesday, September 22. John L. Sporrer 6 222-1 It- LoSt Good Things to Eat 18 OKI.HUMS APPLES Phone 4010. FOR SALE. 1S-222-3U: RESERVE THE RANCH ROOM OR the Uirlnt Room for special business meetings or purlles. Pauline's t'afe. lH-222-ltc I'lltE (iltOlM) HEEF 2 I-lis. 8l)e; Choice Beef Chuck Steak 49c 11).; Crescent Sliced Bacon 2!)c II). Hrenny's Market. lS-222-llc KOR SALE: YOUNG PKKIN AND liouen ducks, about 7 lbs. *i.r,o live Lawrence St It/, Telephone Tcmpletiin :il-VV. 1H-22M-Hte If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc CONNORS MOTOR USED CARS 1B5B Near new Thunderbfrd, auto., radio, WSW SAVE Timet Herald, Carroll, fa.! Monday, S«p». 21, 1959 6 — 4-door. To$876.00 auto., Livestock Strayed 44 STRAYED: WHITE weight about '!!(> right ear. Merlin Llddenlale l-E-24. minim HOI. I lbs., notch In ( Wurnke. Phone 44-222-2W 1958 Plymouth Savoy day 's Special 1956 Chevrolet 210— 4-door, V -8, radio, heater, white tires. 1956 Ford V -8. auto., radio, heater, WSW, a beauty, Parklane wagon. 1955 Ford V -8, auto., radio, heater, WSW, Fatrlane 4-door. 1955 Chev, 210—6 fordor, "stick'* $89S 1955 Ford Custom V -8, auto., radio, WSW, heater. Cleanest car In town, 20,000 miles, one owner. See this car. 210 tudor. radio, heat- S545.00 fordor. nice family 1954 Chevrolet cr. Only 1052 Cadillac 82 car. Clean. 1IAMP. SOW STRAYEII—API'ROX- imately 400 lbs. Dial 9030. 44-221-31 e Building Supplies 47 LUMBER SPECIALS 10c 98c Business Opportunities 19 Line Linn sell Low c, o DRESS SHOP For Sale known coast to toast -best Incu ; In Curroll. liolng Imiiines.s must Immediately because of health. I flown payment. Write Mux U. Times Herald. l!l-222-ll|i Shiplap While Pine Car Siding 1x4 Red Cedar Car Siding 2x6-6 ft. 2x6-8 ft. _ .M|. II. l.acli .M|. It. liufh ... Each 12c 60c 80c 1951 OeSoto 4-door, radio, heater. j 1951 Ford V-8, tudor. O.D., radio JU9.00 1049 Olds 98 fordor. auto., radio $145 Connors Motors Kast on Hi-Way 30 71-222-lie V>7 (i.MC 'i TON PICK-UP. 18.000 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, clean. 'ft."i Buick Super 4-l)oot, Radio, heater, Dynuflow, Power steeling and brakes. K7. eve glass, 2 tone. Special price Sios .i. Ileal Sharp. VVittrock Motors. 71-207-tfc 10.18 PONT1AC STATION W.M'.ON, 2 door V-s standard transmission Radio and Heater. Light Green. McCoy Motors. 71-216-tfc MAYOR'S COURT Traffic, Disturbance Fines- John .1. Tiggcs, Carroll, $15 and costs, improper muffler: Gary D. Brant, Carroll. $15 nnd costs, improper muffler: Gary L Hansen, Manilla. $15 and costs, improper muffler; Karl L. Brown, Churdan, $15 and costs, improper muffler: William 11 Hall. Carroll. Sir, and costs, improper muffler: John L. Wurzer, Carroll. $20 and costs, speeding: Vertus W. Ewoldt, Carroll, $10 and costs, disturbing the pence: Calvin E. Rliss. Carroll, $15 and costs, improper muffler; Raymond E. Hike, Carroll, $10 and costs, no driver's license; Lloyd A. Swctison. Audubon, $15 and costs, improper muffler, and Herman Kcssler. Carroll. $10 and costs, disturbing I lie peace. NORTH STAR . . . The first Eskimo actress to star in a Hollywood film is lii-year-nld Dorcas Bniwer. She'll be brought from the land of ice and snow lo appear in the film, "Ice Palace," in which she will play the Eskimo wife of actor Robert Ryan. Auto Service 75 CARROLL LUMBER CO. 47-222-file 21 LOST: HKAl mat I I 'css, between Coon |{a(itils, August llev. Wesley Wilson, Ids. iv n\:sy unx M'UIM; Can-oil and UewHid. Coon Knp- 7-221-31 p Male Help Wanted _ MEN for outside retail sales positions in appliances and furniture . . . present earning opportunity excellent and future possibilities depend on your interest in developing joursclf . . . must be ambitious, and have a pleasing pcrsnn- . experience not ncces- . car essential. Hi; si (;<; I;ST—II .WK VOl H ('All- biiretor adjusted for winter tlriv- tnu now'. (llenn. l.mkliarl ^Automotive Service. 7")-^2'J-tfc FOK GLNLUAL At TOMOTIVF. sales and srivne. Call Hnulthnn Motor I'n Dial 1'tOS, and for 'lank Wagon Seivlre lo vimr farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil l'«. Dial J1132 7'1-120-tfc JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fines- Wilbur Neumayer. Breda, and costs, permitting minor drive, and S5 and costs on trailer, and Robert Cilidden. So and costs, dim lights. $10 lo no license 1) Gross, (ailurw to COURTHOUSE Real Estate Transfers— Marie and Harry Laurinat to Grace M. and Walter II Baumhover. Lot 2. Block 4'.t. Third Addition to Carroll New Cars 76 ality sary SEK YOU It OLI1 IlKLlAlil.K BUIUK- Pontlac dealer before vou buy B new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 7li-194-tfc TIIADK FOK A NKW 'SB FOItl) the easiest pl.oe t,o trade western Iowa Hill Uurgess Mi Co 7li-2>-l Licenses to Wed— James L. Loncmnn. Maple River and Linda L. Meiscbeid. Ucd- ham; Arthur L. Brtich Jr.. Arcadia and Hita Ann llaberl, Carroll. er calves 31 00-33.00: some good and choice mostly good 800-850 lb feeding steers 2ti.00-26.50. Sheep 1.500; spring lambs active, strong, spot 25 higher: bulk good and choice 80-100 lb spring slaughter lambs 20.50-22.00; a few lots high choice and mixed choice and prime 22.50 and a few lots good down (o 20.00; a double deck good to choice and prime 120 lb shorn spring lambs No 1 pelts 21."."): a shipment 85 lb shorn spring lambs 'JI 50; cull and utility>.(M). a few down to 10.00: good On lb slaughter yearlings No 1 pelts 17 00. mixed utility and j,ood 100 lbs Hi.50: cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.5 (0 Congress- (Continucd from Page 1) AT In tor Iff GAMBLES Loans 12 J'KltsON \L l.OANs 11' TO S.10D.00. Piompt loral service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-20'l-lte WAN I Joe Kll: MAN TO HAM Drees. Phone bSlli. Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One 21 222 iitc I. IN COHN. 'l-a'Ji-.'iip 50 YKAIt OLD COMPANY NLLOs 2 mnrrleil men for sales mule. Age '-'.'I to '!."), with good car. SI on lo start. Write I\ (J. H ON lot; 21-123- He Female Help Wanted 22 11MI ., noon ion Lincoln 22-222 -31 c (illtl. WANTKl): HI" pay. /\ppl\ in pel Club. Carton. Iowa. COOK Vt'WTKII: Tl.l NO. < AHKOLL. I'hone '.i.'i.vl. Henrietta llnlsicin. 'J2-2H.-t fi LUM BURR SEZ: LUM BURR scz: it takes a lot of money to make some friendships last. STOP WINTER WINDS WITH weather stripping, c e 11 o g 1 a s s, caulking compound, insulation, rooling. We have both wood and | aluminum combination stnr m I windows and doors. Check our prices! PHONE 4373 TYPIST "You Can't Beat A LAND BANK LOAN" Mara arm soma of tha many raaiont why you should chooio a land Bank Loan • Payments are low • You can pay In advance, without penalty • Local loan service See or write Federal Land Bank Association Phil Dennis — Manager Masonic Blilg., Carroll, Iowa Phone 3005 Kor 14 week's wneed 1 (1 hour in;; conditions. work Must tic rie .is .oU evpcl W ol k KANNE Lumber & Supply 's.^.' 114 W Pth APPLY Mr. Barnes Stall Uoom Si. Anthony lUi>inUil PHONE 9414 Uarnill •47 222 ltc Sale Date Claimed Sept. JJ—Joe Kenneticck closing out j farm sale 2 miles south of Carroll on Highway 71 and 1 j mile east on Swan Luke road. Irlbeck It Grote, Aucts. Sapt. 23-AuKiist Ik-ithoff Kst., 5 miles south of Carroll on 71, and mile east. Hess and lilbeck, A nets. Sept. 29 - A. K. WilberdlnR closinK out farm sale. I mile v.est and :i miles south of Breda. Boss & Grote. Auels Sept 30—Herman W. Grole. eseiit- tor ol LlMle Grote Kstatc, 100 acre Carroll County Farm. 4 miles east. :t miles south and x i mile cast of the Cliv of Carroll. Paul Grote. Auet Oct. 1 -Al Boss Special Dalrv Sale, Farmers Sale Barn. Carroll. Iowa. Dec. 15 - Joe Danner. Closint; Out Sau'. 4 mile* east of Carroll <>n Hi Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and south. Byerly Si Irlncck, Auets. Jan. 7-lla\e \Viederin. Closinc Out l'i miles west of Ml (armel. I 'J miles ea»1. 2 south, 'i east of III. Mia Crete & B\eil\. Auc ts. Mill I. Ml (<ll(\ "« I 11 It \l i K;' l.").".(l till s v J II n I i : |, 75.52 .srmi-HliniiMlly f nr ma lelliii s (trcen Biv Lumber Ciimpunv . Phone 3'jiS n-JlS-lle U.N.- (Continued from Pace U day WAIT NESS week. Nil son. Ilwy. WANTED: Sundays. Apt Cute. S III Salesman Wanted 1*1: u n |..-1 - Jl.'MIc 25 Household Goods 51 for Peiping for cbration of t ho •M \ Kit I •»! || i: -.ay • ^ i i.ininj; cai n \\ \ I MINI •t i; i •, M..I PROTECTED TEKHITOItV OI'CN for qua lifted SIIIOMIMII un .iei .» in Caimll County. Plume Cut- roll. •jri-'j'jn-lltp Farm Machinery 33 i i S, I:I» hie N,"t5. 1 (1 It I 'M. II Kl: '.slie tm I'll 1 n 11 II l e M •'.".".•-He the lot h Chi- on tutor U \I.Nl I unit four i M. Matt Kurnii in e i '•• . Ml 1.1.1 It (HI. II \ Cl \ M T A Kond Kl ItMK :. i L'-.M-.'ttc I'EBMINAI. LOANS XV 1(> SMIO— I. ii. ins and installment I main inn — l",us. ei| II I ] • in t - n I, household ynnds. S .v M Km.nice Co. Curroll, Iowa VJ-l.-.S-lte Business Services 14 l'ETE HAS .H'ST ItETI H.NE1) TltOM u l'i ansmlsslon Tialnlng Si- InMtl \S'e ,ne able to offer you Tr.insni issi. in Si'ivice for your car. lieiisoii.ilile pi ices, prumpi scryiee. I.oelili.irl A ut i mil it iy e Sees ice. 1 l -'j'J.'-tfc i KOR SALE: OI.1VKK MODI I. I | lllol.llted pi k'l'l V.xcellenl i -nlid: I Ii ill M. HI hi I n «s fm i II is c i t ; ,II i • •• 11,i\c W'ledei in. I'hone 'J 1J mi -'^ I Itied.i .U -J'Jl -.M;. Milt >\l.l.: ONEUHEAII II.I.X \ tin hoist cuff Onkeu. r.HI.HI. ;i;i-'j'Ji-:iip 8 USED 2V\ P1CKEHS; S t'SKD NEW Idea 2- row pickers; 2 used Mtn- neii|)olls "J-row pickers; "«J used used All is with Stalk UIM. \MI »ll\ I'hone ;tnOi). •IANO Mill «.\i.i:. ")l--J-JO-;Ue 1 II \vi: I i ' L'I : . \ (.(ion N|.I.I.« I ION Of lid use. I » III lies >- 1 ' i7 • 111 Wl no run HE I 'lU 'ioKi.-iph's, .i lIl^'S Til I CO ll .C I I'.nnt Cclltel lit AMINO . , . niiii .ites, pnlnt- .serylee. .loe's M-i:t"i-Ue IT 'S TIME TO SHINE! KENT A liis.sell s|i.nii|ir>i) M.isler Clt'iilicr fur ruu's si III) a day. I 'oast-to. Coast SI. ne ' 1-1-lll()-lte I'OOIt ItEl El'l ION? (' A I.E IS l'OU Ktiai iinleed pi ofcssli ma I KCI'Vlee on ml makes ..I' Television or lta- iims. rii.inpi calls. moderate piii es. I 'ua st - St i .1 e 1 I --••J'.Mitc eiuii 111C 2-1 pickers;' 1 Chnlmcrs mid. picker elector; 1 used John picker. Schciikelbei K .1 \M' home $0.00 i:. I I ce. lloW II CI II COItONADO Slilil.ilo. Otlh Cainlilcs 51-11 1-tfe For Sale 55 Pee re 'Jin) I in; > I . Co. JW-LW-tfO S.MAI.I. Bl II IIINO OK TKAII.CIt suitalile loi , oivstrucl Ion field nl- lli e I'll..lie o.t-'J'J-J-.'lte Seeds & Feeds 34 s||(»T(.l V IO|{ s\|.|„ MODEL Winchester Maunum. Shoots '. or ;i-incli shews I'hone rtlll. •>«><>.• oo-.'JJ te Nl I'll EN A EO«. lEI.II sAI.E. S.Vlill per ton mi on ail coiueni i ales and SiiupU'meiUs $."1.(10 per urn off on (' ends Sal mid l.lii mpleli Sept Co. t-XH l!an- 'Jii l'"a line lis ai-'j'j'J-tti Livestock for Sale 41 CAMELS. I.ICKIES AND ALL ItEfi. Cik'.iieties 'Jle iik or 4 for die. _Ch.ii-lev s I 'laee. ftS-'.'ls- lie AM LEA VIM. Hill s|;i{VICE. WILL se! 1 liioo 1 la rlev I v-iv ids. .p l."i Miitui ev vie. \-\ ' otulit i.-li Willi accessories l'llnlle A oil ^ Ali.olla No. it rid 1 mi. west, Dale I .UI I W I K, Westside. io Al a .1 (1 Ut. "Jll-.'ltp FOK SALE: I'l KEIIKED sI'OTTED boars Allien Weiick, 2 miles No and 2 east, Caimll 11 -'J'J I -lit )i DC HOC BOAKs. VAC. Hilt CHOI.- era, Mantis and l.eido At Karm l'. north of (.'arroll. Joe Pudenz nnd Son. -11-220.1 fe IIAMI'SHIKE BO AHS. I.esle, All Ii Li I 11 EOK S A I. E: fresh helleis. roll Will, IV 1 11-220 -1 te sI *KIXr.INO AMI I).ii \ I Dai'U'es. Cai - •il-220-:ite (.() (Alt! COMEI' III \l I It I'll It C.ltl.ill Colitll> III ittcst nil wheels lVnii'iist i aled al Hoseilo Hall P.Hk Alt Hulsili^ C.HI.ill. Iowa. Pin.lie .'to.'Ci o'l-'J lli-iil |i CJLVNOE Fl'lLNACE KII.TEKS NOW. 10x20, 7-ie; 15.VJ0, S2e: lo\20, 82e, llix'JS, Mile, Drees Ik'atmB Co. Carroll, lovvn. oS-219-fite Room for Rent 60 CUSTOM DRYING i Portable Behlen j 500 Bu. Dryer ! Vernon Kohorst , 1 Mile West and li North | of Hoseilo Phone lliilbtir 2262 14-217-titp 11)11 SALE: la HEAD l'lTlEBKED Spotted Poland Chnut Douis. vac- clnated double treatment, jjunrnn- teed lireeders. Wl. 2oO to WiO lbs. Free Delivery. Hicliard BII KHS, S miles south of Templcton corner and 5"j west. 41-17.'i-,'(te KENT: . OI1K. 1 (IK CM I •I'.'.io sl.ll.l 'INfi ln.ii ;tso»i. SLEEI'IM. BOOM. 1'rlvate hath. Phone dO-222-21p UOOM, SMALL A I'l'. 1,11 -222 -11. lowing (Kl 1 ei birthday of the Communist nese People's Ri'publie. Questioned Sunday niyht NBC-TV's "Meet the Press."] Menon chiirRed Communist China with agression against Indiun border regions and warned that '• India would not be "intruded upon " He argued Red China , should be at the U.N. because j thus ".settlements 1 would be 1 more possible " He said lied China's pre-senee bore was necessary to proper consideration of Mich problems as disarmament "We do not," he declared, "want a very powerful neighbor bti our frontier who is outside the United Nations." • Union Dinner- (Continued from Page 1) have no riejit to strike—a freedom extended workers in this country—Khrushchev was asked. His reply, the union men .said, was iltat Soviet worker?, have Mich a riyht, but never exercise it Icel- ing, according to Khrushchev, their government will take care of them Knul lluve, board chairman ol the Te x i i 1 e Workers, asked Khrushchev if it weren't possible to have socialism without dictatorship. "He sort of lost control ol him- sell al this point." Heiilher said "He attempted to dismiss il as a stupid question not worthy of discussion. He never answered " New Vehicles Kettislered— Uouis C. Popp. Manning, Chevrolet; Clarence F. Dreessen. WeM- side. Chevrolet; and Hubert b limner, Carroll, Mercury. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Conrad Schaefer. Hreda Mrs. Michael Rerger. Halbur Mrs. Keith Monroe, Lake View Dennis R. Rainbridge. Kingsley Fred John Deist, Gray Paul 1 Fasbender. Carroll Mrs. Circtchen Rath, Carroll Mrs. Glennie Prince. Carroll Klmer G. Hcrrig. Wall Lake Dismissals— Mrs. Raymond Launderville and baby. Carroll James A. Buchanan, Denison Mrs. Joseph A Heider, Carroll Leo (Usui, Audubon William tierard Smith. Carroll Mrs Waller J Riesselman and liaby. Mannnn; Uary P. Tigues. Dedham Vickt Ford. Dedham Lester S. Vermillion, Glidden Jens Olson. Audubon Karen Iv Ren/. Woodbine Mrs Merle Meseubrink and baby, Manilla James Neal lloyle. Hagley Michelle Rose McSorley, Manilla I WtiLbker. Ayr- Chicago Grain These Mi»rUi»t» Are FiirnUhed hj . Tlio IIiimrilircT Ornin Compiin.v , I'rev. Low Close Close win; Si pi . llee. AT M.i-. h Mn> I'OHV Sept. Dee. Mn |i» h M 'IV O Ms se|d . Dee M .u . II Mn\ It V I. sept. Dee. March .May HlKll 1 'H •-. 'Ji ii i • . ltW». nr. ln'i-'-. 1KC 1 lo I'll! 1115 11 » \m \ 197 111 1 ; Km', ll.'l', 1 lo \ i:vj i :i2 ; i.ti". l :i:( sOV HEANS Sept. Nov. Jan LAUD Nov. Dee. 20?. •» 2i >S ' 212'.. ' Ho ; io 132' 132 1 204 1 207 212 I'll l-> 1 ', 195', l!Hi 200 200'ii 198 111 'i 113 ion 1 , ii i'i-' 1 . ii :<••>. 11 o '•. li!C' k lill H l'JS i:i" , 1:0 ' A l.'ii -•• 133 : '« 132 1 132 , •J 'U '< 2i' I ' • •J. 1 'J •j i.: 1*1 I >, 1 (111 1 H I 'm 1 > •>\ II 1 1 „ •JI II i 1 , pis i, I OK", 111', II 1 "» lii'i : « 1 H!» , i ia\ llo '-, CilP, ' , O'l-k li'l , Til , 111) 1 -j 12 -1 , 13M 131 '-l 131 . 134 13.')'j narrow the scope of what the Democrats regard as progressive legislation in the session which ended this month. There is every sign he will face the same kind of White House opposition in the new session beginning in January. Johnson's attitude is likely to be the same as tn the pastr-that It is better to create laws than to create issues. Whether this course will be politically beneficial to the Democratic leader remains lo be seen. When vetoes came despite his efforts to trim bills to avoid them, Johnson lost some political face. Moderate Wing Appeal On the other hand, he may have strengthened his appeal to the moderate wing of his party which will have a great deal to say about which aspirant is chosen as the 1%0 Democratic presidential nominee. Sen. John F. Kennedy ID-Mass) would like to enhance his bid for the nomination by obtaining passage of a minimum wage increase on top of his participation in the adoption of a labor control bill. There will be a lot of opposition to raising the wage minimum, some of it from Southern Democrats. Sen. Hubert H Humphrey <D- Minn', who scattered his shots widely in the last session, wants a general farm bill passed which will give him an appeal to the rural areas of the Midwest. He must depend on them primarily for nomination support. Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo) also has a stake in a new farm bill. He is expected to continue the drumfire of criticism he has directed at the Eisenhower administration for its defense and space policies. 0 Khrushchev- (Continued from Page 1) institution at Menlo Park was canceled. Tonight, when Mayor George Christopher presides over a dinner. Khrushchev will return to formal speech-making. Sunday turned into another typical Khrushchev day. with comedy, scenery, joviality and fireworks all jumbled together. The fireworks, appropriately, were saved for the night. ike Renews Plea For Courtesy On Khrushchev Tour WASHINGTON (AP> - The White House today renewed President Eisenhower's appeal lo the public for courteous treatment to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev on his U.S. tour. The goal of constructive conversations between Khrushchev and President Eisenhower would not be served by any personal discourtesies to the Soviet leader, White House press secretary James C. Hogerty told reporters. Hagcrty made the comment when asked about Khrushchev's blowup in protesting the treatment he received in Los Angeles Saturday night. Khrushchev was angered by Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson 's speech. He complained of what he called "conscious distortions of his words" and hinted that if the treatment accorded him didn't change he might cut short his trip and go home. Hagcrty told reporters: "As you know the President 's basic purpose and desire is to have Chairman Khrushchev see our country prior to the discussions of mutual interest he will have with him at Camp David this week. "The President is looking forward to these discussions and, as he has said before, hopes that they can be constructive. "This purpose of constructive meetings at Camp David is not served by any personal discourtesies extended to the chairman during his visit." 21 lo 'J'lli •Jl IS ' "J! IS •• •Jl'J-' 21 'J 7 IOOF Delegates Meet in Pittsburgh Joseph Mrs. shire Mrs. Gerald It. Yaycr and baby, Coon Rapids Births— Mr. and Mrs Louis W. Slarman, Carroll, a son Saturday Mr. and Mrs Norman J. Halbur. Wall Lake, a son. Sunday Mr and Mrs. Wilbert A. Vonnahme. Arcadia, a daughter, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Weill. Carroll, a son, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond !•: Rutherford, Manning, a son. Monday Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans. Corn, No Oats No 2 2 vellow %\ 111 1 .()«> .(id PITTSBURGH lAP) - Some 1.000 dtlegates, representing 14.- r>00 Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodges in the United States and Canada, convened Monday for their annual convention. The five-day convention will be mixed with both business and pleasure. Various sightseeing trips me on the agenda through Pittsburgh, now celebrating its 200th birthday. The convention will elect new officers Tuesday. Everett O. Richards of Chappell, Neb., is slated M move up to the post of sov- erigit grand master and Gene Di- anchi of Oakdale, Calf., to deputy grand master. A proposal lo have Mloomfield Iowa, recognized as the site of the No 1 Rebekah Lodge of the world is slatid to be introduced on Wednesday. Two Accidents; No Injuries; Driver Fined No injuries were reported in two separate car accidents here Saturday, but one driver was arrested on a charge, of failure to yield the right-of-way. Jeanette L. Bcllinghauscn, 21, Carroll, was fined $10 and costs in Mayor's court Sunday on a charge MI|O [ failure to yield the right-of-way. 17 i The car she was driving was in collision with a car driven by Joseph J. Reis. 67, Carroll, at the intersection of Seventh and Court Streets about 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Bcllinghauscn car was westbound and the Reis car southbound at the time of the accident. A car driven by Ronald L. Auen, 21, Carroll, but owned by Don Brown, Carroll, was involved in a one-car accident on North Adams street about 7:30 p.m. Saturday, The auto jumped the curb, snap ped off a parking meter stand and damaged the railing in front of the basement entrance to the Halbig Photo Shop. Four Dead in Highway Mishaps By The Associated Press Tragedy ended a weekend outing for two Muscatine brothers who were killed when the truck their father was driving overturned. Two other persons also died in weekend traffic accidents. Marvin McCoy, who farms northeast of Muscatine, had spent the afternoon hunting with his sons Jimmy, 9, and Dennis, 7. The day was to be climaxed at a movie in Muscatine. The truck cab in which McCoy was driving the boys to Muscatine slfpped off a curve on a blacktop county road about 12 miles northeast of Muscatine and overturned. The boys were pinned in the truck and killed. McCoy was injured. He was reported in fair condition in a Muscatine hospital. Robert Ray Reynolds. 30, of Cedar Rapids, and Norman David Beatty, 22, of near Shellsburg, died Sunday morning when the cars they were driving crashed headon on a straight stretch of Highway 74 four miles west of Cedar Rapids. A passenger in Beatty's car, David Sturgeon, 22, also of near Shellsburg, was seriously injured. He was hospitalized in Cedar Rapids and reported in fairly good condition. Both cars were demolished. Authorities said they had not determined the cause of the accident. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO 'Al lor butcher hoi 2"i cents bidier price spread an; supply of 9,000 sisled mainly of •i — The market Is steady to Monday with the un narrow lor the head which con- 190-2.")0 lb weights. roii NALL: •: .slt'lll Ill 'ltCI s IIIIM' (ALL IIOL- Noi licit Kupipor -ll-'jis-tfc Houses for Sale 63 Hill S.M.K: 70 I'lllI'llltLD 1)1 HOC lioiir.s. Vaccinalcd lor ilnnci.i and K.rysiiM'las. Wayiui K.inuinKiT, 3 west. 3 i noitlt, Munniny 41-2iKi-lfc LAN 111! \( i: ItOAKS. I l)\V Altll I'. lirllit'ks. 2 liilk'.s cast, -1 south of Carroll ll-'JHl-tic 1(111 SALIC: I'l KLUULD 111 KOC Boars Walter 1'liilt, Lillildon 1 1-21111 -Uc I'Olt • iV H IIOMLv Hi; have a nice .select ion to > house 11 onl Helore \ oil huv or set I. call us Willicr Walhilp ' Keal K.s'ato Hume 2ti20. 113-217-tfe WESTERN CALVES - YEARLINGS For Private Sale UOONt:. IOWA 1^1) llerelord Steer Calves. 4.U0- 550 lbs. 111) Hereford ilcilei Calves 400 500 lbs. 120 Hereford Yearling .Steers, (150-725 lbs 51) Hereford Yearling lleitet.s, 800 lbs. HANGli CATTLE HEADQUARTKKS Open livery Day and Evening NORTHWEST CATTLE CO., BOONE, IOWA CLEO BOWMAN, Manager — PHONE Office 17H1- Res. 1556W Located at Former Bowman's Stockyard 41 222 lie I OK w c «o. lis SAIL: (.(Kill I III llltOOM. •II !. .c.i I eil il. .i ' Il siilc In nue A nl lius at >' I"J.i H "I Mm ns lien I tale, 2"12 W Klflh M. '_'1M li.'l -22H- lie » IM OUOO.M SOUTH Sllll. HOMK, Hood school location. House in line c,.million, l'lire Sll.lMKi. Hums Heal Kstute, Diul 2184. 63-220-lte Apartment for Rent 65 1115 -111 llltOOM AIM. I'hone iliilll NO. MAIN. 65-214-tfi: FIK\LSIU:D. MODLILN TUALLLIL Cement l'aiio. Gruliam Trailer Court. Dial 4122. 65-192-Ue. No Magnetic Field for Moon, Reds Say MOSCOW iAl't — Preliminary, data radioed by the Soviet Union's moon rocket shows there is no 1 magnetic field in the vicinity ol the tiuuin similar Ui thai surrounding the earth, the Soviet news agency Tass said Sunday night. The absence of such a field "seems to establish the theory j that the magnetic field around the earth is caused by movement of the molten core of the earth since the moon presumably has no molten core," I he broadcast said. H-KOOM AIT. Dial ;i2H7. Allt COS. B3-lS3-lfc .MODL'il V lilt lonoii I'AllkVILW ATTN. DIAL SIIKI. _ ii:>-i:i2-tfe AI'AUI MLVI s AVAII.AHLL: 11 It. nlshed or unfui lushed McN'aiih lUllldiny. Dial '.kMt. (i.i-21!l-lfe Farms for Sale 67 Hill KAI.K C'llKAl". IIO(i IKIl'SK anil double KariiHe. 5 mi. north • Mown. B. J. Leahy, Broker. 1M«I .17112. i;7-222-:ilc MINNESOTA KAItMS I'Oll ,v\LK: We have live bust In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come, Thomson Realty, Granite FalU, Minn. 67-214-tfe TWO I MMI'ltOV III l.iinis on eoiiliaet llialin, I'hone 221H. I'AllMs, TWO >'(fiiik liorf- vi7-21'.i-IU- COMPLETES COURSE FORT EISTIS, Va. - A r m y Pvt. Roger C. Stoffers, Hi. son ui Mr. and Mrs. Elmer .1. Stuflers. 1(1. I. Westside, la . completed a helicopter maiuleiuuKe and repair course Sept. 11 at The Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Va. He was trained to inspect, adjust, remove and replace the assemblies and sub-assemblies of utility and cargo helicopters of the single-rotor type, lie entered the Army last January and completed basic- training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Stoffers is a 1958 graduate of Ar-Wo-Va Community High School and was a tanner belure entering the Army. Less ihan 100 head of sorted ^15 lb mixed No 1 and 2 grades brought the SH.2S top. The cattle run ol 25.000 head was ilie largest in lour months but slaughter steer prices were steady in a moderately active opening^ trade. Later, however, some sales were running -a cents lower. Hid) choice to mostly prime '.trades in the l.liUa-I.IlTii lb range were going at S2U all-ill) 0(1 CHICAtiO iA!" — 'I SUA) Hogs '.i.lKMl; butchers mostly 10 to la higher, mixed grade U-.'l ami mixed Is. 2s and ils 2(i0-2ii() lbs along with mixed 2 i) and ii.s 24(12)1(1 lbs 13 7a-14 (Ml; several hundred Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 2002'0 lbs 13.!il)-14.15: 95 head lot sorted 1-2 21a lbs 14.25; a few lots 23 and 3S 2110-330 lbs 13.00-13.75; a limited volume mixed grade 1-3 little below 13.50; mixed grade 1-3 :;:;o-40() lb sows 11 50-12.50. few lots mixed 1-3 275-300 lbs 12.75-13.00; and mixed 2-3 400-550 lbs 10.25- St. Ann's Grods At Colleges, Schools VAIL — The following graduates ol St. Ann's High School class oi Iti.v.i are attending college or business school Mary Ann [Adams. Ml. St. Claire College, i specializing in medical technology: Jerry Mohatt, Creighton University, specializing in pre-med; Pennis Walsh, specializing in pre- engineering; Joe Rosener, Westi mar College. Joe Gallagher, mid' western electronics, specializing in business machines; Joe Lull. Commercial Extension School of business, specializing in sales and distribution: Harbara MurUiugh, Ellis Beauty School. Frosh-Soph Host Lake City Tonight The Carroll High freshman' sophomore football team will host Lake City for the first Frosh-Soph game of the season here tonight at 8 p.m., Colburn Collingo, assistant football coach, said, game will be played at the roll High Athletic field. The Car- Cattle 25,000; calves ler sleers steady to ; 100. slaugh- 15 lower: a I. w loads ol ly prune IL':', 3i; 00; a load choice and prime steers ,h choice to -1.375 lb steers 1.337 lbs 30.1)0; mixed choice tnosl- 2!) ."ill- most and Homemaking Class Places Still Available Places are still available in the now adull homemaking class al Carroll High School which will begin at 8 p.m. Monday, October 5, Mrs. Lowell Larson, instructor, said today Elr-ven advance applications have been received to date. Registration will be limited to 25 A registration fee of two dollars will be charged. Mrs Larson requests thai all registrations be made this week by calling the sup- erinlendenl's office, 313U. Theme of this year's series of 10 lessons will be "Vou and Your Home", dealing with home furnishings. Margaret Becker Is Complimented Margaret Becker, October bride- elect, was feted at a shower given by her mother, Mrs. Theresa Becker, and sisters, Mrs. John Brandl and Mrs. Alfred Feilmeier, in her home northwest of Carroll Sunday afternoon. About 20 guests attended. Traveling bingo was played, and prizes were won by Mrs. Norbert Bruening, Mrs. Lawrence Werni- moot, Mrs. Lowell Wuebker and Donna Mae Fuchs. Mrs. John liruening won a plate prize. After a two-course lunch was served, Miss Becker opened her gifts. The gift table was decorated in her color of blue. Miss Becker will marry Jack Stangl at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at Our Lady of Ml. Carmel Church. SHERIFF HONORED DUBUQUE tAP)—Sheriff Marvin Bruhn of Clinton County has been given a Medal of Merit for Valor for capturing Harold Lainge, a berserk farmer, with a flying tackle last Jan. 24 after Lainge bald held peace officers at bay tor eight hours. The medal was presented Saturday at the National Police Officers Assn. awards dinner. 27.25-29.25; good to low choice 25.50-27.OO; a few loads mixed choice and prime 950-1,075 lb heifers 27.00-27.75; good to high choice heilers 24.oo-2ti.75; utility and .standard JW 00-23.50; a few standard cows 111.50 20.00; utility and commercial cows 16.00-18.50; canners and cutters 14.00-17.50; utility and commercial bulls 21.5023 511, vealers 31(1(1 dinwi, culls as low as Hi.Oil, choice stock bell- INFANT BAPTIZED Scoit Allen Dillehay, infant son of Mr and Mrs. Darrell Dillehay, was baptized at one o'clock Sunday afternoon at St Lawrence Church in Carroll by the Rev. Robert Condon. Sponsors we're Mrs. Louis Jciisou Sr., Carroll, and by proxy, Jerome Schmeiser, Warren, Mich. Mr. Schmeiser was represented by I be baby's gi anillaihci. Anton I'.liuul. FARM HOME DESTROYED BANCROFT (AP) - Lightning has been blamed for the fire which leveled the Peter W. Arend farm home two miles east of here Sunday. The Arends were away during the severe electrical storm. IOWAN NAMED CHICAGO (AP)-Milton Lory of Sioux City, Iowa, Sunday- was elected a director at large of the organization, We The People, at jibe group's annual convention. Scout Troops at Three-Day Conclave Five Scouts and Scouters from Troop 102 of St. Lawrence Parish attended the three-day conclave of the Order of the Arrow at Camp Wakonda near Griswold Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Scouts Mike Heider, Paul Buchmann, and Paul Klaus, Candidates for the Ordeal of the Order of the Arrow were taken to Camp Wakonda on Friday by District Scout Executive Lloyd Otto. Scouts Don Schleisman Jr. John Klaus and Assistant Scoutmaster Ed Buchmann attended the Saturday and Sunday session at which they received their first year Brotherhood Sash e s. Scoutmaster Don Schleisman Sr. who is already a Brotherhood Member also attended the ceremonies which included the election of officers. In District One of the Soutwest Iowa Council, of which Carroll is a part, Don Schleisman Jr was elected vice chief of the "Cha-Pa" 97 Lodge. Doug Bartley of Troop 103 Audubon was elected secretary-treasurer. Nick Buck, Scoutmaster of Troop 90 in Harlan was elected lay advisor. These officers are for the area chapter. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs The Willey Merry Maids held their regular meeting Sept. 11 al the home of the leader, Airs. Marvin Heithoff, and daughter, Mary Jane. The meeting was called to order by Laurel Jean Broich, president. Six new members joined: Joleen Venteicher, Alice Trausch, Irene Mayer, Phyllis Q u a n d t, Mary Kay Wendi and Mary Ellen Grossman. Election of officers was held. Elected were: ('resident, Julia Wcndl; vice president, 1 rene Mayer; secretary-treasurer. Mary Jane Heithoff; historian, Joleen Venteicher; reporter, Laurel Jean Broich; and music and library chairman, Shirley (Juandt. Entertainment was conducted by Mary Jane Heithoff. The hostess and her mother served lunch. JERKY WILLEY S ADDRESS The hospital address of Jerry Willey, Carroll, is: Ward C-34, University Hospitals, Dermatology Section, Iowa City. II is reported thut lie is gutting ultmg "us well j as can bo expecled."

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