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Clossified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS to 28 words.- Op to 28 worcis..-. $1.50 All over 25 words 8c per word Good Things to Eat 18 FRIED m*w I m Wk. mm mm : : ;ii ; :'x':'S '' : Kv'''-' : ' : ' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch $1.(10 $1.40 Additional Insertions .. Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. dav of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 8:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 i, m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word _ 6 cents Threo days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word _24 cents Announcements KV'KV YOUR TKMPKlt—WE'LL FIX vour radio or TV set.—Prompt service, moderate rntes. Pick-up 'unci delivery. Guaranteed repairs. Call 9513. Sporrcr's TV. 6-2'i8-fitc Livestock for Sale 41 SPECIAL FEEDER PIG SALE 3000 For Safe 55 DIAL 8030 FOR FltESH CUT FLOW- ers for anv occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-22'2-2Uc Loans 12 VKRSONAl, LOANS CP TO $500— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iovvn _ 12-ins-ltc PFRSONAiriJOANS VV TO SR00.00. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-2()9-ltc 14^ Business Services TKLKVISIOX AND RADIO SKIIV- |cp. Prompt nod efficient service. Latest equipment. Pick-up and delivery. Radio and TV installation. Coast In Coast Store. M-22H-(Slc TKTK HAS .IIJST RKTl'RNKD FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We arc able to offer vou Transmission Service for vour car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. ix JL 2 Z 2 ^IS GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lectlon, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from vou means more. If It's creeling cards It's at Stone Printing Co. H-125-tfc STARTK It, GI.NKttATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Kolnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 21'-'G, V\ - 1 so-t fc WHITE LEAD HOUSE TAINT— New, yet old fashioned—Pigment 85% whltelcad, 15% 1'ltanlum. Joe's Paint Center. 14-133-ltc COMPLETE TV * RADIO SERVICE on all makes, incl. car radios. Prompt. Reasonable, qualified technician. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-96-tfC Business Opportunities 19 MODE '0 DAY Dress Shop For Sale Best location In Carroll. Going business—must sell immediately because of health. Low clown payment. 19-230-2tc Delicious at Pauline's Cafe 18-14^-ltc Male Help Wanted 21 MEN for outside retail sales positions in appliances and furniture . . . present earning opportunity excellent and future possibilities depend on your interest in developing yourself . . . must be ambitious, and have a pleasing personality . . . experience not necessary . . . car essential. GAMBLES _ 21-228-3tc ROITK .MAN, EST A ItLISHKD TER- rllorv, home nights, experience not 'neressarv. Earn while you learn. Conlae'l Mr. Gill 910 North Carroll St.. Wednesday, Sept. 30 at S p.m. 21-229-2tc Female Help Wanted^ 22 WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing Dent. Immediate employment. App'v In person. Omnia 22-229-titc TOP WISCONSIN FEEDER PIGS will be sold Friday, Oct. 2 at the Hampton Sales Company Hampton, Iowa Starting at 1 p. m. Weights will run from 40 to 90 lbs. Pigs will be sorted into uniform sizes and amounts to suit the buyer. All pigs will be identified by ear tags, and will be the best that Wisconsin produces. Special feeder pig 1 rucks will be available to deliver pigs any place. 3000 Pigs For more information call NEIL HARLAN GL-6-3439 — Hampton, Iowa 41-229 -21C COLORING BOOKS 5c Reg. 10c Only 5c everyday All 98c Toys Sell for 78c at Cut-Price Toy House West on Hwy. 30 — Dial 9155 5_230-ltc GOOD USED SNARE-WRCM. WEO- ner. Piano Tuner. 55-229-3tc GO OART COMET DEALER FOR Carroll Count v. "Hottest" on wheels. Demonstrated at Roselle Bnll Park. Art Hulslng, Carrol], Iowa. Phone 3035. 55-225-6tc Times Herald, Carroll, la. *| m Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1959 | <_) Harry Evanses Are Guests in the Chris Zein Home (Tlnir* IIITIIIII Nftis Nervier) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, Rialto, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Eaton, Kansas City, Mo., came Thursday for a visit in the Chris Zein home, and with other relatives. The Ealons had visited in California and returned to their home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Evans will be here for some time FOR SALE: NEW GAS FIRNACE, 150,000 BTU. Space heater, 60,000 HTU. Dial 3297. 55-228-tfe XJSKIJ 2«" HIAWATHA HOYS BIKE. good, $17.05. Gambles In Carroll. 55-230-3tc Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. DlaUKHi.T. 60-224-tfc SLEEPING ROOM, PRIVATE BATH. Close In. Dial 380(>. BO-230-ltC Houses for Sale 63 Questions, Answers On Social Security • Council- (Continued from Page U Arrangements have been made with the Dcs Moines office of the Social Security Administration to answer questions of Daily Times Herald readers about their old-age, survivors and disability insurance. Answers of general interest will be published in this column. Personal questions will be answered directly by the district office. Write the tion of the proposed new city maintenance garage to be erected on city-owned property on Knst Third Street. The Fort Dodge firm will draw up the plans and , , P • i o .„•, I specifications for (he building. Aft- ity payments from Social Security i ep lhe p , ans and spedfica Uons have been approved, the city will Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Silver spent Dailv Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa, the weekend in Ellendale and Ro Chester, Minn. Mrs. Alice Grantor and Ted Hoyt, Danbury, spent Monday in the Silver home. Guests in the Hans Schmidt home last week were Mrs. Etta Burmahl and daughter Dorothy, Mrs. Catherine Mohr and Mrs. Minnie Mohr, all of Preston: Mr. and Mrs. E. Mohr and daughter Mrs. Paul Fogel, Millageville, 111. They came for a golden wedding at Ute. All visited in the Bob Schmidt and Mrs. Dennis Lock homes in Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Redenbaugh went to Des Moines Tuesday. Mrs. Redenbaugh attended a luncheon or the Social Security Administration District Office, 910 Grand avenue, Des Moines 8, Iowa. QUESTION: A reader from Carroll asks this question — I am 59 years old and have paid into Social Security from 1951 through 1957. Due to a health condition I may not be able to pay in again. Do I have enough quarters? If not, how many do I need? ANSWER: According to the information furnished by you, you need either 28 or 29 quarters. If your date of birth is before July 1, you need only 28 quarters; if it is after June 30, you must have Livestock Wanted 43 nloy merit. roods Co WANTED: NIGHT DISH WASHER. 8 nights a week. Applv Casino Cafe. 22-223-tfc WANTED: LADY TO ASSIST WITH cafe work Phone 9148. 22-228-31 e WANTED: WAITRESS. EXPKUl- enced or Inexperienced. Burke Motor Inn. 22-228-tHc. S T K A I) V IIOI SEIIOLI) II E I. P wanted, live In. Mrs. Boh Bruner, Dial '17111. 22-230-31 c Male-Female Help 23 ATTENTION: FRANCHISE NOW open in Carroll anil Sac counties for Iowa's fastest selling travel trailer. Write P.O. Box •112. Waterloo, Iowa. l!>-23i)-fitp WANT ADS PAY VOU CASH FOR von; DON'T WANTS WANT TO MAKE Sid OR MORE A (lay? We will train and finance dependable man or woman over' 21 for McNess Route work. Write or call M. K. Clawson. Sales Man- agcr, Kurst-McNcss Co., Kreepoit, 111.—Phone AD 2-2151. 23-220-21 p WAITRESS WANTED: TRANSPOR- tati.in furnished. Bar tender wanted for Saturday night. Club 30. 23-220-5tc COOK WANTED: WITH SOME DIN- ner experience. Good wages. Must he able to assemble orders fast. Write Box 11 '« Times Herald. 23-22S-Btc MEN-WOMEN S'lO DAILY. SELL luminous name plates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 23-22C.-f.lp If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six . Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc Pets 46 FOR SALE: SMALL TERRIER PI'P- ples. Russell Carpenter, Coon Rapids. Phone MU 4-5297. 4li-228-3tp Building Supplies 47 4-HEDROOM NO. SIDE, BETWEEN schools, large carpeted living and dining area. Nice kitchen with disposal, 2-bPdnAjins and large hath down—2 bedrooms and bath up. Lots of storage space— air conditioned, new gas furnace, full basement, enclosed hack yard, garage. Available soon. A real family home. Call Pudenz Real _Estate, Dial 9342. fi3-22»-2tc NEW 2-BDRM. Hi STORY SOI'TII stde housed The ' 2 story could he finished Into more bedrooms. Carpeted living rm. Extra large kitchen. Full basement. Gas heat . . . Several other 2, 3, -1 bedroom south side homes. Some with FHA loans that mav be assumed. John _ Gnam Real Estate. _K3-229-2tc TWO BEDROOM ALL MODERN home, double garage, within three blocks of business district. Priced right. Norbcrt Mosman. Glldden, Iowa. fi3-22!)-3tp FOR SALE: 2 & 3 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before vou buy or sell, call us. Wllber Walkup Real Estate. _ Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc FOR SALE; ONE OF GLIDDEN'S finest homes. Three large bedrooms with lots of closets. Living room 12x25 with L shape, 30x10 ft. separate dining room, front room and one bedroom carpeted, rest oak floors. Birch woodwork throughout, plastered walls, nlr conditioner, Curtis, attached garage.'Will sell on contract, small down payment, balance at 3 pet. Interest with monthlv payments of S'15.00. See Rov J. Rums' or Lambert Thelcn. Dial 2184 office. 63-22fi-1tc and meeting of the Iowa Chapter of, 29 quarters. It would appear that National Society of Art and Letters The speaker was an Iowa author, Mrs. C. Hanford, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kecbler, Vale, and Mr. and Mrs. John Anders and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Adkins, Bagley, spent Saturday evening in the Ted Porsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Manthe Sr. entertained their children and families Sunday evening in honor of their 37th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mason and family of Westside, Mr. and Mrs. K. Bundt of -Wall Lake were guests you have 28 quarters at the present time. QUESTION: 1 am a farmer in Audubon County and have paid into Social Security since the beginning for formers. I became disabled in 1957 and since that time my wife has been operating the farm for me. I am now 54 years old. When can I qualify for disability insurance payments? ANSWER: Beginning October 1, 1959 disability protection becomes available to farmers who have paid | into the program since 1955. We oing anniversary. of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mason ! cannot make any payments until Sunday in honor of their 23rd wed-! April 1960, however,, we can begin the processing of a claim now if a person became disabled more than six months ago. To qualify for Social Security benefits, and upon disability, a person must have social Security coverage in all the years from 1955 through 1959. QUESTION: I arn a self-employ- Young Democrats to Organize Tonight An organizational meeting o f Carroll County Voting Democrats is scheduled here Wednesday night in the Elk's Club at 8 p.m., Ronald Schectman, chairman, said. Plans call for adoption of a constitution and election of permanent officers, Schechtman said. Membership in the organization is open to eligible voters under you must meet the requirements listed below. (1) Be fully Insured. (2) Have at least 20 quarters of coverage in the 10-year period before you became disabled. (3) Have a medically determinable disability that has existed for at least six months that prevents you from engaging in a substantial gainful activity and is expected to he of long and continuing duration. If you meet these requirements, you should contact your local representative immediately to discuss the filing of an application. QUESTION: A reader from Manning asks this question: Does income from house rent and interest from a savings and loan account count toward the $1,200.00 limit? ANSWER: No, the only type of income that counts toward the $1,200.00 income restriction is income from wages or from self-employment. QUESTION: I am a 56-year-old farmer and I was serverely hurt in a tractor accident last May. Since that time 1 have been unable to work. My doctor says I will not be able to return to work until next spring. Can I qualify for disability payments until I return to work? ANSWER; Probably not — the law requires that you must have a type of disability that is expected to be long and continuing in duration. Since you expect to return to work within the near future you do not have the type of disability that qualifies. QUESTION: 1 am a farm landlord and first came under Social Security in 1956 under farm man| agemont. My health is beginning , to fail and I don't believe I am ' going to continue as manager. Can 11 qualify for disability payment now since I am only 63? ANSWER: No. The law requires advertise for bids and the contract will be let. Buy New Fire Truck Purchase of a new Seagrave fire truck was authorized at a cost of $20,702. The pumper truck will be bought from the Seagrave Corporation, Columbus. O. The salary of Mrs. Elaine Fold, city school nurse, was increased from $70 to $80 per month during the school year. The unused portions of the Class B beer permit and retail cigarette license held by the Carroll Athletic Association was ordered refunded. Steel- (Continued from Page 1) ed farmer and have been drawing that a person must have at least a veteran's disability payment for; 20 quarters of coverage. Since you some time. Can I now qualify for j first came under the Social Security law in 1956, you have only 16 Situation Wanted 24 GRAIN STORAGE PROBLEMS ARE solved here. Let us help van plan ^T^T&ri^r ! . FOR SAI.F, MonSoTTB^noml I the age of 40. the chairman said. •- - house, 2 Improved and 8 unlm- 1 proved lots in Glldden, near school. Nice for retired farmer or for building lots. 2 blocks from 3(1 on black top. Nellie Nowels. Glld­ den. 63-230-1tp & Supply. Phone 4373. 47-22tl-5tc WANTED: JANITOR. MAINTK- nance or painting. Call 3i;su. Ain„ld. 2l-22!»-3tp NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? lflflO bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 75.52 semi-annually for materials. Green Bav Lumber Cumpanv. Phone 32-18. 47-21S-tfc SPECIAL PRICE ON ODD SI /.E window sash units. If we have I your size you II bnv il at a bar- 1 gain. Carroll Lurr.ber Co. •!7-22S-titc Boys 4-H Projects for Year Announced Apartment for Rent 65 Farm Machinery 33 BEITER'S MARKET FRESH DRESSED SPUING CHICKENS Choice Cuts Beef Roast L „. 55c Home Made Bologna t.b. 59c Lean Spare Ribs 2 ,.»,„. 98c Smoked Pork Sausage 2 98c Fresh Country Sausage 3 m*. 98c Sliced Bacon 2 Lb8 . 98c Lean Pork Roast Lb . 39c Oleo 5 Lb, 98c WE DELIVER New Crop Sweet Potatoes 3 L b S . 25c Large Grapefruit 3 for 25c Tomatoes 2 ,.„„„ 39c Early .liinu Peas 2 cans 33c Sliced or Halves Peaches 3^ 99c FULL LINE HEINZ BABY FOODS 18-230-ltc FOR SALE: 2 ROW CAM. MO I'NT. ed picker for IVC. case tractor, picked onlv 250 acres. gn,,d i,,n. illlH'M. SUnn 01). Goscli. Far m Slore, schlcswig, Iowa. M.M. Healer, I 'I K me 12 - 33-22! • - 21, 8 USED 220 PICKERS: 5 LSI'.D NEW Idea 2-row pirkers; 2 used Mm -i ncapolis 2-row pickers: 2 used IIIC 24 pickers; 1 used Allis Chalmers mtd. Dicker with stalk; ejector; 1 used John Deere 200, picker. Schenkelberg lmpt. Co, I 33-2110-1 fc i Household Goods 51 l APT. DIAL 9703. 2-HEDROOM modern ment s. BS-.'.'O-tfc Climatology and photography were announced as 4-11 projects of Social Security Disability payments? 1 am 61 years of age. ANSWER: To qualify for disabil- qttarters and cannot qualify for disability benefits. Dr. W. H. Horner To Speak Oct. 18 At Pleasant Ridge (Times Ileriild ^|I-H» Service) PLEASANT RIDGE — Word has been received that Dr. Willis H the coming year at a meeting of | Harner, head of William Penn Col- kitchen.' Gf^nr^mrt ! :; Carr o 11 ^junty boys' 4-H club Jead- J i efie English Dept. will be guest FOR SALE: DERRICK AND (lt\- die. 2 M Picker in C""il .•• •n>lil.»>. Bert Sturm, Urccla Phone 22 "ti 2U 33-23i i-3l p SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON ,IOIIsi Deere wagons: Midwest noist ami Heidcr boxes. Guaranteed MidueM hoist as low as $79.50. Check our prices before buylnpr. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-Ui2-ltc Livestock for Sale 41 WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF retiiKci alius, inn^es and used electrical appliances. ii"\\ Heires Electric. _ 51-litT-tfc GIANT l.'> CI'. FT. «() HON A DO . home flec/ei SRI".) !)5. Only ! S5.UU down. Gambles 51-111-tfc AUCTION SALE OF Six Complete Rooms of FURNITURE SATURDAY 1:30 p. in Glidden, Iowa THE LATE DR. V. T. LINDSAY ESTATE 51-230-3tp t)5-22'7-tfc ers Tuesday night in 2-BEDROOM APT. 1115 NO. MAIN. I Hul ' unu ""i'd'nK- Phone t)G43. 65-214 -tfc I Tractor maintenance will be the PARKVIEW AFTS. DIAL »io». : special activity of the year. A 65-132-tfc training school for club leaders APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FVR - ] will bo held at Iowa State Univer- r ^nll or ^ u r f ^l shec,, rr M .f,^ a . b , b sity. Ames, November 23. 24 and Building. Dial 36S0. 65-219-tfc ,. ... , , —-•- - 2 D with the Standard Oil Company MODERN a- ROOM APT.^NMVLY tooting lhe bins for instruction, transportation and meals decorated. Dial 3297. CLOSE Saul IN, CITY HEAT. CALL LEO 65-230-tUc Farms for Sale 67 MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: Wo have the hest In Minnesota farm land to otfer you. Write or come. Thomson Falls, Minn. Bob Zimmerman and Dale Schrad of the Maple River Cyclones 4-H Club, red ribbon winners in a demonstration contest at the Clay County Fair, presented their demonstration "Soil Conser- the Farmj S peaker at the Pleasant Ridge Church Sunday, Oct. IB, at 11 a m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zacker, Des Moines, spent Saturday and Sunday at their farm. Mrs. Helen Knight and Mrs. Esther Hagan drove to Storm Lake Friday to attend the church workshops being held there. John McLaughlin, a senior at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McLaughlin Sr. Scranton Quarterly Meeting ses- Reaity, Granite v . l( j 0n p avs " which was analyzed sions will be held at the Pleasant bi-214-lfc . ,. ... . _. »,„.,. .„ i ,. Used Cars & Trucks 71 FOR SALE: PI REBRED YEARLING Hampshire Boar. also spring hoars. Albert Irlbeck, Westside. 4l_-22il-2tp Dl ROC BOARS. VAC. FOR CIIOL- era, Banes and Lento. At Farm 1 > > north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz, and son. U-220-tfcZlG ZAG, SEVEN MONTHS OLD SEWING MACHINE, SUPER and discussed by leaders present at the meeting. Plaas were made for enrollment BEAi TiFi L 195* FORD CROWN month in October, the annual coun- Victoria, 2-door hardtop, aicei, . »i i » M t n _ ,.t v-s engine, Ford-o-Matic. Radio, ! t.V 4-H banquet November 3, an of- heater, late tires, power steering ficers training school for which no and 11 "^!!^' x^'\^.. , definite date has been set, tours of mileage. Excellent condition in- Carroll County industries by local side and out. Dial SM07 afteMi p m. , clu|)s _ am , the Four . C ounty Fair in 71-229-311 Ridge Church Oct. 10 and 11. Mr. and Mrs. Spangler were in Des Moines Monday and Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Fairfield, spent Friday and Saturday at the Hubert Knight home. Mr. Moore is a former pastor here. HAMPSHIRE B O A It S. Lcslo, Auburn. Win. P. 41-220-tfc Take lor 8 payments of $5.41 a FOR SALE: TO " pmir.iutErTuimoc month or $40.00 cash from Fi- 1H.-.7 CHEV. 210 l-DOOR V-8 I'OU • ei Kliilc, power steering, power brakes, power McCov Motors, pack, light blue. 71-231 >-3tc Coon Rapids next summer. AT EDUCATION MEETING Representing Carroll Public boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne RannlnRer, 3 west, 3'\i north. Manning. ! 41-206-tfcl LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brincks. 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-210-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DFROO Boars. Walter Piatt. Glldden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP- sliire boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, cry., and leplo. Win. It. Mahnke 8 south of Westside. 41-22.V12tp FOR SALE: 10 REGISTERED SI'OT- terl Poland China hoars, top quality, vaccinated. Herbert Kloeke, 2>i miles south east of Templeton. ll-218-2tc NEW CAR SHOWING Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 1 & 2 FREE COFFEE and DONUTS Served Both Days nance concern. Write Box 2114, Des Moines, la. 51-230-ltp sit N. VORKER 4 DR. RADIO , Schools at a meeting of the Court- healer, Power brakes and steerlriL', ' ,, .., ,. • ty Education Council in the high nylon white sldewall tires, low mileage, local one owner car. Close out on all new 59 Plymouths before new models arrive. Wittrock Motors. 71-230-tfc USED ROLL AWAY BED. COM- plete 517.50; Two flKUl'ed !K12 Wilton liUKs, S .15.00 each. Matt Furniture Co. 51-23n-2tc i Auto Service 75 BE GENTLE, BE KIND TO THAT expensive carpet clean It with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-23l)-lte IsF.D TV'S; 17" CORON ADO PORT- ahle, 2 vears old, excellent condition, .?3!t.!l5; 21" Sylvanla blond console, reconditioned, S30.1I5. Gambles in Cam>U. 51-230-31 c SPECIAL 10 TO 20', OFF ON ALL Coronado Automatic washers and dryers In stock. Gambles in Carroll. 51-23U-3lc WE SUGGEST—11AVE YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOR G E N E R A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393. and for Tank WaKon Service to vour farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial it 132. 75-120-ttc New Cars 76 Wanted to Buy USED 53 WANTED: Dial HS31 For Sale BABY BUGGY. 53-231 i-31e 55 FOB SALE: ONE TOUPEE PIC- ture window 9-7 by 5-0 openinu, complete with thermo pane center and combination storm and screens for side lights. A-l condition, priced to sell. Plume 25S2. i 55-220-3tc SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE UU1CK- Pontiuc dealer before you ouy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 70-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '59 'FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western luwa. BUI Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tl'e i Sale Date Claimed school at Coon Rapids Tuesday night were Don Scovel, Roger Hansen. Mrs. Bethane Fister, Mrs. Edward Keardon and Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick. The meeting was conducted by Gilbert Howard of Glidden-Ralston School, president. A budget was adopted for the coming year and plans were made for the fall dinner meeting of the Carroll County Education Association at Manning, October 20. About 20 were present at last night's council meeting. Legal Notices We invite you to see the most satisfying cars you're over knowiv. OLDSMOBILE for I960 On display Thursday, October 1 See and Drive The 1960 Standard of the Road CADILLAC On .display Friday, October 2 Hannasch Motor Co. WEST & (ith ST., CARROLL, IOWA Here's the Way to Get Things Cooking in a BIG HURRY— or place your Want Ad by mail or in person. Serves you real de-e-lightful results. Stir up action quickly by first working up your message. Add your name and address or telephone number. Then call 3573 Dally Times Herald Oct. 1-A1 Boss Special Dairy Sale, Farmers Sale Barn. Carroll, Iowa. Tuesday, Nov. 24—William Durpinfc'- hails, elusion out lui'iii sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on lllylnwiy 71 and J a mile west. Wluland and Tinges, Alicia. Nov. 30 -Mis. Joe Dices closing out farm sale. It miles North and ;l i West of Llildeidale or 7 miles Norlh and NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE (IFUWA, CARROLL COl'NTY. ss. No. 77*9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as administra­ trix of the estate of John N. Belter deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted lo sard estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against lhe same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Helen J. Allison, Administratrix Robert S. Brunei, Attorney Carnarvon Group Goes to GI id den For Presbyterial (Tliiwa Herald News Service) CARNARVON — A group of ladies from this vicinity attended the Presbyterial at Glidden Thursday. Reiner Janssen, Adam Walrod and Mr. Albert Fischer, Lake View, spout Thursday fishing at Iowa Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Janssen called on Mrs. Jake B. Janssen at the McVay Hospital in Lake City Friday afternoon. Mrs. Janssen was injured in a car accident while on vacation. Mrs. Jack Fogerty and daughter, Jane, Beth Rodman and Mrs. Hilda Tiefenthaler also called on Mrs. Janssen. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Determan and family, Des Moines, were visitors at the Alfred Buelt home here Saturday. Jake R. Janssen, son Gene and Mrs. Willie Meyer, Lake View, were callers in the Reiner Janssen home here Sunday afternoon. RESCUE BEACON . . . This min- Inture blimp may save the life of some airman. Designed to be released from a downed plane, cither by the pilot or by the jar of a crash, the helium-filled balloon carries a radio antenna some 50 feet above the ground. For 24 hours it sends out distress signals that can be heard great distances away. It was developed by Crosley Division of Avco Corp. I miles East from Carroll, dote and ' D,lh ' (1 September 2a. "KM» Wielaml, Aucts. • Alf,t(l ''' K "" k(! UK laini sale. 3 miles east ol Carroll on Hay :iu and 4 miles south on Air- 1 port road, 'a mile east and 'a mile I sou I li. Or 2 miles north 2> : j cast and i '•i rullo south of Wllley. llycrly and Irlbeck, Aucts. 1 Dee. 14 — Dwight Iteuvcf. Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 mill's West and 1 i mile North of > (Hidden, or 1 miles Kusl and ! i i.iile South of Wllley. lioss, liycfly & Anderson, Aucts. Oec. IS Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on 111- Way 30. 1 mile south, 1 mile east and ' 3 ,i south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan, 7-Dave Wiederln, Closing Out Sale. l>/4 miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles cast, 2 south, U east of Breda. Urote & Byerly, Aucts. Sent. 2:i. 30; Clerk District Court Oct. 7, lilMl Mrs. G. Smith Thomas returned home this morning after spending a week in Joliet, 111., with her sister, who was ill. The District of Columbia was taken from the territories of Maryland and Virginia. IN I III; DISTRICT COI'HT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL CO I NTV NOTICE—PROOF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss ORIGINAL To All Whom It Mav Concern: NOTICE IS IIKRKBS' OIVEN, That an instrument in writing |iiii|ioit Ing to be the last will and testament of Charles Hath Deceased, was this dav produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that 1 have fixed Monday the lain day of October, 1(15(1, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day lor hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 22nd day of September 1959. (SEAL) Alfred J. Kloeke Clerk District Court Sept. 23, 30; October 7, 1959 Californians Visit* Auburn Residents The 555-foot Washington Monti ment in Washington, I). C has aircraft-warning lights. iTIniok Itrruld Ni'ws Korvk'cl AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. William Griebenow, Santa Monica, Calif., former Auburn residents, and Elsie Garrett, Lake City, called on Auburn friends. Mrs. Vina Sylvester, Oakland, Calif., has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Stella Crouch. Pauline and Ann Ilensel, Los Angeles, Calif., were dinner guests Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ilen­ sel. They are cousins of Mr. Ilen­ sel. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hensol took her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Egenes, to Omaha Sunday where they left for their home at San Gabriel Calif., after a week's visit in the iiensel home. En route home the Hensels called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kluever at Atlantic. Mr. Kluever is principal now at the Wlota school and Mrs. i Kluever teaches seventh grade. Charles Brorherton Family Has Moved (Time* Hernld New it Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs Charles Brotherton and Amy moved into their new home in South Manning during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leahy will occupy the former Brotherton home on First Street. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pratt spent the fore part of the week visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ed Callen and family in Park Rapids, Minn., and in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hansen have returned to Belling h a m Wash., following a visit with Man ning relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Merlin Kunkel and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Drennan at tended the Oklahoma-Northwestern game at Evanston, 111., on Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Arved Stangl and family were Sunday visitors in the Delvin Stangl home in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Rowedder and Mr. and Mrs. Ed lloldsworth returned Friday from a trip through the Ozarks f Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boeck, Ten- nanl and Mr. and Mrs. Oiia Peters returned Friday from a trip to Minnesota and Canada. They also visited in the Roy Petersen home in Robindalo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Zentmire, Mrs. Orla Peters and Mrs. Aulds from Denison attended a florist's convention in Ottumwa Sept. 27. Dutch philosopher Spinoza U632- 1677? said, "Minds are not conquered by arms, but by love and generosity." believe the industry would make a new offer, McDonald said "I haven't any idea." There was no mention by the President, to either the industry or the union,, of the possibility that, without a voluntary settlement soon. Eisenhower may invoke the national emergency provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act. This calls for an 80-day court injunction stopping the strike for that length of time. James C. Hagerty, Eisenhower's press secretary, was questioned about the President 's expressed hope that an agreement could be initiated before Eisenhower's scheduled Oct. 8 return to Washington from his rest trip. President Firm "The President was quite firm in his expressions to both sides," Hagerty said. "He was very firm , that they ought to get back into negotiations and fast." Eisenhower, the conferees reported, made no mention of the Taft-Hartley law in his talks with ! both sides. ^ David J. McDonald, Steelwork- ; ers Union president, told newsmen on emerging from his session with ' Eisenhower: "I'm going right \ back to the Sheraton-Carlton Ho- > tel and call room 812 and say , 'Roger, let's you and me get to- ; gcther.'" / "Roger," is Blough, who led the! • six-man industry group into EisenV' bower's office. Blough said the President fixed no deadline for the suggested new , bargaining sessions. Nor, Blough said, did Eisenhower discuss the possibility of invoking the Taft-Hartley law's court • injunction provisions to stop the strike. There seemed little doubt, however, that failure to achieve a new . labor agreement within a relativeA ly short time would lead to - Eisenhower 's putting the Taft-Hartley machinery into motion. As they went into the Whita^ House conference the industry's leaders put out a statement saying' the real issue of the strike is 1 whether they will yield to inflationary wage demands. It is our hope," the management statement said, "that the President's action in this matter today will create an atmosphere in which the issues can be settled promptly through collective bargaining. This is the objective our four-man negotiating team has pursued vigorously since May 5." The industry pledged continuing efforts to end the strike at the earliest possible date. 'Real Question* The industry statement said the real question at issue is: "Shall the companies yield to the union demands for unearned wage and benefit increases which would touch off another round of the inflationary spiral?" The White House Indicated in. advance the President intended to stress the gravity of the continuing strike to the nation 's economy, particularly to the auto industry with new 1960 models going into full production. Eisenhower was expected to demand a quick resumption of bar-, gaining with give-and-take by both sides. Otherwise, he was expected to warn both industry and union he will waste no time in invoking the Taft-Hartley law 's emergency provisions. The governors of 10 steel -producing states suggested Tuesday that Eisenhower name an impartial chairman to preside over the negotiations and push for quick agreement. They did not name any particular person, but said ho should be "a distinguished person in American life." Taft-Hurtley Procedure Invocation of the Taft-Hartley procedure would lead to appointment of a fact-finding board to report on the issues. Once the board filed a report the President could authorise the Justice Department to seek a court injunction stopping the strike for an 80-. day period. It was expected that as a result of Eisenhower's appeal, industry and union bargaining would be resumed if only for a matter of a few days. That is all it would take, informed officials said, to determine whether the disputants take Eisenhower's warnings to heart or merely continue the ineffectual discussions that have been going on for many months. There are two major issues. One is the industry. demand for mure freedom in making work practice economies. The other is the union's demand for a 15<cent hourly pay and benefit boost for each year of a new contract. S 'eel workers averaged $3.11 hourly ,earnings btrfore Urn lUik*.

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