Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 23, 1959 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 23, 1959
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tint** Herald, Carroll, la. *J Jr Wednuday, Sept. 23, 1959 |Q Iowa Takes Khrushchev Challenge Loveless Approves Corn, Meat- Production Test r>KS MOINES (AP) — Nikita Khrushchev's challenge to the 1'nited States for a contest in the production ot corn and meat met approval of Gov. Hcrschcl Loveless Tuesday night. Loveless said he thought Khrushchev's Des Moines speech was probably the least controversial of any he has made during liis tour of the country. : The governor preceded the Soviet leader on the speaking program at the dinner given by the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce dinner. Me recalled that beginning four years ago the Soviet Union and the United States exchanged delegations in the agricultural field and that some of the Americans visiting Russia was Roswcll (Bob' Garst. the Coon Rapids farmer who was host to Khrushchev Wednesday. "Thus Iowa and Iowa people have played a prominent role in the exchange of agricultural ideas which took place," Loveless said. "These exchanges have led to broader exchanges in cultural, educational and scientific fields between Americans and citizens of (lie Soviet Union. "So. in a sense, Iowa has led the way to more people-to-people contacts between our two great countries." Noting that Iowa lias a record- breaking crop of 800 million bushels of corn Uiis year the governor said: "You have spoken in high praise of corn and your need for it in the Soviet Union. May 1 suggest that we will gladly sell you as much as you want." Loveless said Iowa also has been attentive to conservation of her fertile soil and betterment of her human resources. "Wc have been leaders through our public school system in the conquest of illiteracy," he said. "We have built outstanding hospitals, community centers and institutions of higher learning. We, have concerned ourselves with I basic research, full employment. ! with health and welfare progress. Our people have been every willing to share what they have with i the people of other lands." Loveless, who rode with Khrush-! chev from the airport into town Tuesday said the premier was ex- 1 trcmely pleased with the reception j he got here. I The governor said he tried to point out some things of interest in Des Moines such as the new educational television station at Technical High School but Khrushchev only wanted to talk about farming. "1 pointed out to him that Iowa has a lot of culture as well as agriculturel," Loveless said. "But I would guess that during the short time he is here he won't get much chance to see a truly representative Iowa Here's Your Topcoat.. Your Price... at Eddie Quinn's of Course Eddie Quinn's Extend a Warm Welcome to Eve ryone Attending Carroll's Western Band Festival Saturday, Sept. 26 If you are a man who has foremost in his mind for Fall, 1959, that he is going to dress better for less money, then you'll find that Eddie Quinn has the topcoat for you. Just wait till you try on one of these rich, long wearing virgin wool coats . . . note the weightless warmth ... the smooth tailoring . . . that seems to make the shoulders hug you warmly, yet lightly and gently . . . and that give you effortless freedom, whether you're walking . . . standing, sitting . . . driving. Turn around in front of our mirrors and see how we fit your shoulders . . . how the raglan shoulders let these coats gently drape to the front with the neat appearance that only expert tailoring cr- %ive them . . . And you have complete assurance that the coat w. old its neat good looks until it is worn out. Here Are the Famous Labels- Kuppenheimer • Botany 500 • Alpagora Clothcraft By Joseph & Feiss Michaels-Stern Marbury 39 95 85 00 Regular Sizes 34 to 50 Shorts, 34 to 44 Longs, 36 to 48 What About Selections? Yes . . . what about sue . . . style . . . choice of color . . . man, that's where Eddie Quinn shines . . . That's where Western Iowa's largest stock o£ topcoats . . . favorite fabrics such as line soft luxury woolens, worsteds, Harris tweeds, gabardines in the new dark and dressy colors and all the other leaders you'll find here . . . make it easy for you to choose a coat . . . because your size is SURE to be here . . . in the color you like . . . and the brand you like. The Fall Hat You Want. . . The Hat That Will Make Your Wife Say, "You're Getting Better Looking/' Is Here at EDDIE QUINN'S honey." men, here When your wife .says it—you just say "balone> But wc all like to hear it . . . and it's a fact, men, nere you'll find a hat that will make your wife tell you you're getting better looking. Because these new fall hats are styled with a flair that men like . . . the new dark colors . . . with a taste of autumn in them . . . the new shapes that make you look as young as you feel . . . and you'll find a hat you like . . . thai you'll swear is just what you had in mind, when yon stand in front of one of Eddie Quinn's mirrors with it on. Smooth, fin? selected fur felts that are light in weight, easy to wear, and hold their shape tor years to come. Stevens Hats . $6.50 to $8.95 Dobbs Hats . $10.95 to $15.00 Stetson . . . $11.95 to $15.95 Boys' & Young Men's Hats . . $3.98 Open Friday Evenings Until 9:30 p. m. For Your Shopping Convenience Clothi ler

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