Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 30, 1959 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 30, 1959
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No Big Increase- Study U.S.-Soviet Trade Measures 1^ Times Herald, Carroll, la. I \J Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1959 By JOHN M. HIGIITOWER r WASHINGTON CAP) - U.S. officials are considering a scries of possible measures to improve' wake of ihe Eisenhower-Khrush- Irarlc relations between the Soviet chev talks. Union and the United Slates in the 1 Snvir , , Vcmlor Njkjta Khrush . STAY WHERE YOU ARE! Th« Unib*rt. Hondiom. cornel* TV with Wir«l«iiWiior<r«l«»ronier«nto»« eonlrol. 26? tq. In. pkturo. Avoilobk to 3 b«o»tiful finitfus. 21RT965. kCAVlCTORTV WITH "WIRELESS WIZARD" REMOTE CONTROL AND "ONE-SET** ELECTRONIC HNE TUNING Franchised Dealer for RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV. Sporrer's TV & Appliances Dial 9513 — Plenty of Free Parking — 9th A Salinger I chev said last week trade Improve| ment could be considered one test ot U.S. good will in promoting world peace. Nevertheless officials believe that any large increase in the exchange of goods between the two countries is out of the question. The reason given boils down to this: the United. States does not need large volume of raw materials such as chrome and manganese which the U.S.S.R. would be able to sell, because it gets them from other sources. Nor will this country grant huge credits to Moscow to finance what it wants to buy here. The Soviet Union is more interested in buying whole factories than it is in purchasing consumer goods or even materials of immediate strategic importance. It wants factories which could be put into produciton of primarily consumer goods in the Soviet Union. It is particularly anxious to build up its chemical and plastics industries. It wants long-term credits to pay for them. U.S. officials are thinking in much more limited terms. Among developments under consideration is removal of embargoes on crab meat and a variety of furs which the Soviet Union has to sell. There is also some talk among officials of narrowing the list of items which are prohibited for shipment to the Soviet Union. Mrs. C. W. Noland and granddaughter, Rebecca Sue Matthews, returned Tuesday evening from Minneapolis. They had gone to Sterling, 111.. 10 get Rebecca's mother. Mrs. LaVeda Matthews, going from there to Minneapolis. Mrs. Matthews enrolled at Northwest Institute of Medical Technique, having been awarded a scholarship. SAFETY AWARD ... Ed Gcr- llch, Iowa Public Service plant manager, accepts a safety award from W. H. Tyler of Sioux City, division manager, as II. C. Schogren, district manager, shakes hands with Mr. Tyler. The event took place at the Carroll Country club Tuesday night when employees of the Carroll plant were cited for five years without a loss by accident. The group a b o v e. including wives, were guests at a steak dinner given by the company. Included were: Left to right, front Row: Mrs. Fred Satlcrlee, Mrs. Byron Earhart, Mrs. I'. J. Schocppncr, Mrs. James Aitken, Mrs. H. C. Schogren, Airs. W. H. Tyler, Mrs. Ed Gerlicli. Mrs. Earl Hanneman. Mrs. Max Bell, Mrs. H. E. McCaffrey. Row 2: Mrs. Cyril Reiling, Mrs. Robert Nieland, Mrs. Virgil B. Jones, Mrs. S. M. Swanson, Mrs. Francis Johnson, Mrs. Frank Lam- niers, Mrs. R. M. Edlun, Mrs. Louis Wenck, Mrs. James Cruchelow. Row 3: Cyril Reiling, James Cruchclow, Fred Satterlee, Max Bell, H. E. McCaffrey, Frank Lammcrs, Harry Tilton, Ed Gerlich, U. J. Sclioeppner, Byron Earhart. Row 4: Earl Hanneman, H. C. Schogren, R. M. Edlun, J. A. Hamilton, Francis Johnson, Robert Nieland, Virgil B. Jones, S. M. Swanson, W. H. Tyler. (Paige and Paige Photos) Kuemper's Homecoming Parade Route Route of the Kuewper High School homecoming parade at 2:15 p.m. Friday was announced at the school office today following a meeting of the homecoming committee Tuesday afternoon. The parade will form south of the Kuemper school buildings and will proceed north on Clark Street across the railroad tracks to Fifth Street and west on Fifth to Adams Street. A pop meeting for the homecoming game with Holy Name of Omaha will be held at the term- inous of the parade on Fourth and Adams Streets. Eight floats will be entered in the parade, one for boys and one for girls of each Kuemper division. Heading the lineup will be a police escort followed by the American Legion color guard, the Kuemper High School Band, and the Pep Club. Next will come the eight floats followed by the king and queen. The king and queen are to bo crowned at an assembly in the Kuemper auditorium at 1:30 p.m. Friday. The queen and her attendants will be presented at half time ol the football game which will be played on tlie local athletic field at 8 p.m. Both king and queen will reign <it the homecoming dance in the Kuemper gymnasium alter the game. 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Outing Flannel 4 Y d..$1.00 White. 27 inches wide. Outing Flannel 3 Y d ,.$1*00 In Colors. 36 inches wide. Outing Flannel Yi rd 39c Printed. 36 inches wide. Children's Wool MITTENS 2 P . lr $l 00 Ladies' White BLOUSES Broken sizes 30 to 40. Famous brand, short and long sleeve. Sale $1.49 WATERS Plastic Bath CURTAINS 27x54 »%,»'." $1-00 Thick Terry Wash Cloths 10 ,. r $1.00 5th St Dept. Store We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities of Any Item in This Sale! •fx* EXCITING BLANKET BARGAINS STOCK UP NOW FOR WINTER! BIG WARM PLAID Double Blankets AT SALE PRICES S*™F!S"1 $4.50 Wonderfully warm plaid pairs are easy to wash, colorful, and 'ouhlo the wear and double the value. A wonderful blend of 5 per cent wool with c<>' >lon. Gleaming three-inch satin binding. NYLON BLEND INDIAN BLANKETS $2.98 Colorful jacquard pattern, fast color, washable, fast drying. 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