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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS to 25 words Business Services 14! Salesman Wanted 25 Household Goods 51 GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SB- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards It's at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc IT'S TIME TO SHINK! KENT A Bissell Shnmpoo Master Cleaner for rugs. $1.00 a day. Coast-to- Coast Store. ' 14-tOO-ltc OP to 25 words ----AU over 25 words , .... $1.50 i -6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch $1.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. dav of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. vSattirday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word.. 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 24 cents Announcements TELEVISION TUOimLE? FOR nulck, expert check up and prompt service by skilled technicians cnll 9513. Satisfaction guaranteed. Kpo'rrer's TV. 6-234-6tc WINDY ACRES MODERN TRAILER PARK PERMANENT OR OVER NITE J Miles East of Carroll on H\vy. 30 Make reservation now for permanent space. Call 4007 6-2H1 -(Up DIAL 3030 Volt FRESH CUT FLOW- prs for anv occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24lc Lost LOST: IILACK HT. ABOUT i) weeks old. Reward. Phum 1 4 1(57. _7-2:vi-Stc BLACK GLASSES WITH WHITE trim, lost downtown. Dial 31<!(i. Karleen Hlnze. 7-234-2te Loans 12 Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One "You Can't Beat A LAND BANK LOAN" H«r» or« foma of the man/ roaiont why you should chooi* a Land Bank Loan « Payments are low • You can pay In advance, without penalty oLocal loan service See or write Federal Land Bank Association Phil Dennis — Manager Masonic Bldg., Carroll, Iowa Phone 3805 PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $!iOO.pO. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc PERSONAL LOANS HP TO $500— Loans and installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 CUSTOM DRYING PORTABLE BEHLEM 500-BU. DRYER Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and \'-> Mile North of Roselle Phone llalbur 22(52 234-Btp WHEN IT COMES TO TV OK HA- dio service, come to us! Our business is Uei'piiiK your set in good repair. Guaranteed service on all makes and models. Coast to Coast jSto_re.__ ____ 1 '1-234 -file WK DO PICTURE FHAMING . . . Photograph's, certificates, paintings. Three-day service, .lot-'s Paint Center. M-13fi-ltc SAWS SHARPENED. C. C. ROBERTS 620 West. 131 h. Phone fl-105. 14-233-12lp PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 34-222-tfc DIAL 4333 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. HR Cleaners. 14-231-tfc STARTER, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 RESERVE THE RANCH ROOM OR the Lariat Room for special business meetings or parties. Pauline's Ca Cc. 18-234-1 tc PORK MRAINS 21r LB; FRESH Side Pork 37c Ib; Neck Bones 13c 11): White Potatoes 10 ibs. 35c; Jonathan Apples Ig. size $2.95 t>u; Carroll Bulk Pak Tro Cream \i gal. fine. Brcnnv's Market. ' 18-234-1 tc FRESH rOl.'XTHY EGGS FOR SALIC. Dial 9711. 18-233-2tc Business Opportunities 19 ATTENTION: FRANCHISE NOW open in Carroll and Sac counties for Iowa's fastest selling travel trailer. Write P.O. Box 442, Waterloo, Iowa. 19-230-6tp Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED: SERVICE STATION AT- tendnnt, full time. Write Box MC '•:'„ TimesJleraId. 21-234-2tc DRIVER FOR ESTABLISHED BEER route, guaranteed wage and commission. Contact Roger Otto, Lld- denlale. 21-234-3U: 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 TRUCK DRIVER WANTED: MUST be reliable and dependable. Phone 5G45, Sac City, afternoons or evenings. ' 21-232-3tc 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 lo 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 4U6, Carroll. 21-123-tfc Female Help Wanted 22 LADY TO WORK IN LAUNDRY full or part time work. Deluxe _Cleaners. 22-234-2tc DAY WAITRESS WANTED: GOOD hours, excellent pay. Green Meadows Cafe. 22-234-3lc HELP WANTED: POSITIONS FOR Cook and a Baker open at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, losva. Living accommodations available. Apply at Cornell College Business Ofrice, Mount Vernon, Iowa, Telephone 2021. 22-232-3U: IJiy til \^\n iit.ll i^uuuui; uuonii;r»c fice, Mount Vernon, Iowa, Tele- _jHione_202_l. 22-232-311 WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK I> processing Dept. Immediate employment. Apply in person. Oroma Foods Co. 22-229-GU WANTED: LADY TO LEAHN WANTKD: T.ADY TO LKAHN SKU - ing and alteration work. Apply in person. HIl Cleaners, 22-231-tl'i; Male-Female Help 23 WANT TO MAKE $20 OR MOKK A day? We will train and finance dependable man or woman over 21 for McNoss Route work. Write or call. M. F. Clawson, Sales Man- acer, Furst-McNess "Co., Froepnrl, 111.—Phone AD 2-2151. 23-229-21 p Situation Wanted 24 MAX WANTS NIGHT WORK. Phone 373-1. 2-1-233-21 p Hatcheries 32 I'OULTRY RAISERS: GET ALL types of worms by using Dr. Salsburys wormal capsules or wormal' granuals for use In feed. Also Wa/.lno In the water for round worms, for sale at Kruse Hatchery west on Hwy. 30, Carroll, Iowa. 32-233-6tc FarmWachinery 33 jSEI) 32li TICKERS; 5 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2- row pickers; 2 used I11C 24 pickers; 1 used Allis Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk elector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. _ 33-209-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH , FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS USED APPLIANCE BARGAINS! Used Siegler Space Heater Like New Used Quaker Oil Heater with Blower and Wall Thermostat Used Duo Therm Space Heater Used Spark Space Heater 4 Good Used Electric Water Heaters Frgidaire Electric Clothes Dryer 30-Inch Gas Range Maytag Conventional Washer 21 Cu Ft. Upright United Home Freezer 14 Cu. Fl. Frigidaire Chest Type Home Freezer CARROLL GAS CO. '•'a Block West of Farm Bureau Bldg. WANTED: SAJLESMA:N FOR TAR- roll territory, home nights, salary plus commission. Paid vacation, group Insurance, no experience necessary. Write PO Box J72, Carroll, Iowa. 25-232-Rtc DO YOU WANT TO EARN $10,000 A YEAR We can show you howl Do you want to go into business for yourself with no investment? WE CAN PROVE WHAT WE TELL YOU You can earn $10,000 a year with one of the largest manufacturers in the maintenance material field. We offer a 50% profit sharing contract, vear around advertising and promotion and full credit on repeat business. The man we want will not be interested in a salary or expense account as there is a ready market for our products. We have an immediate opening in this area. 5 clay week, no night work. Must be ready to start now. Family man over 30 preferred, must have car. Write Sales Manager, Colonial Refining and Chemical Co., 817 NBC Bldg., Cleveland 14, Ohio. 25-234-Up Livestock for Sale 41 FOH SAJLE: 4 HOLSTKIN HKIFKK.S to freshen soon, calfhootl v;i<:cl- nated. Leo Daoges. 41-234-3tp FOR SA.LK: 45 HEAD Spotted Poland China boars, vac- cfnnated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Briggs, 8 miles south of TcmpleUm corner _and_5ji west <U-173-3tc Dimuo noAiis, VAC. FOU CHOL- era, Bangs and Lento. At Farm 1','z north of Carroll. Joe Purlcnz and Son. 41-220-tfc HAMPSHIRE BOARS. Win. P. Lesle, Auburn. 41-220-tfc FOR SAJ.E: 70 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayno Rannlnger, 3 west. 3 1 !* north, Manning. 41-206-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. jl-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt. Glidden. 41-209-tfc FOR SAJ.E: PUREBRED HAMP- shlre boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, ery., and lepto. Wm. H, Mahnke 8 south of Westside. 41-225-12lp FOR SALIC: 50 HEAD OF PTJRE- bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nissen, 2',i miles north of Asplnwall, Iowa. 41-231-tfc Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cdttle to Sell Call Bob Six' Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltC Building Supplies 47 Clearance on Combination Aluminum Storms and Screens 4— 40 1 /ij"x58 1 ,s" overall size 3— 34".\5!) ' L> " overall size 2— 38l-2"x56" overall size 2— 30"x63" overall size 2— 36"x47" overall size 6— 36"x39" overall size 4— 33"x47" overall size 3— 30"x55" overall size All above at only y 4)0. each. Green Bay Lbr. Co. Phone 3248 _ 47-232-ltc NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? 15 SO bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 75.52 semi-annually for materials. Green Bay Lumber Company. Phone 3248. '47-218-tfc IF RT;GS con-n TALK. HKRF/S what they would r.ay—"Clean me with Blue Lustre tnrlny." Mat! _ Furnltu£e_Co. Tl' 2 ?'""'' XHRKE CHESTS OF DRAWERS. SI 7.00, S 19.00 and $21.95. Mntt Furn|tUl-^_Co 51 -23-1-21 <• FOR SALE: SK1ULKR OIL HE \TKR. Phone 905 L 51 -im-2: p WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges nnd used electrical appliances, now. flpiros Electric. 51-197-tfc Macmillan and Gaitskell Clash on Class Barriers GIANT JS CU. FT. CORONADO home freezer . . . $19!>.9,3. Only S5.00 down. Gambles. 31-111-1 fc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED TO Bt'Y: APT. HOISK, Income property or small business with living quarters. Write I5r>x J % Times Herald. 53-23-4-2tp For Sale 55 FOR SALE: NEW OAS FURNACE, .150.000 BTU. Space heater, (50,000 BTU. Dial 3297. 55-228-tfc Wanted to Rent 58 WANT TO RENT OIL STOVE FOR 3 weeks. Phone 4010. 58-233-2tp Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: SLEEVING ROOM with shower, down town nnr person. Dial 9965. GD-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 8 REDROOM ONE BLOCK FROM ST. Lawrence carpeted living room, large birch kitchen, wardrobe closets, tile bath, full basement, attached garage. Assume present FHA loan and save. Priced rlRht. Call Pudehz Real Estate. Dial 9342. (i3-234-2tc NEW 2-IIDRM. l'/i STORY SOUTH side house. The Vi story could be finished Into more bedrooms. Carpeted living rm. Extra larue kitchen. Full basement. Gas heat . . . Several other 2, 3, 4 bedroom south side homes. Some with FIIA loans that may be assumed. .John Gmtm Heal Estate. 63-234-1 tc RV OWNER, MODERN 3-BEDROOM home. All oak floors, full h/ise- menl, stoker furnace. Can be seen by appointment. Write 3509 10th Ave. Council Bluffs, Iowa. 63-233-3tp FOR SALE: 2 & 3 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before vou buy or sell, call us. Wllber Vtfalkup .Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-2i7-tfc Houses for Rent 64 2-BKDKOOM, DINING KOO3I, CJAS furnace, oak floors. $W). Phone 4227. 64-234-3tu Apartment for Rent 65 FUltNISUHD AI'T. 11IAI, 8380. 65-233-Stc AFT. DIAL 9703. 2-UEDROOM AI'T. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc 2-BEDBOOM APT. 1U5 NO. MAIN. Phone 9643. 65-214-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUU- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 36SO. 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW AFTS. DIAJ, 8109. 65-132-tfc CLOSE ES T , CITY HEAT. CALL LEO Saul. 65-230-6tc Farms for Sale 67 JUST LISTED WELL IMTIIOVED 320 neur Coon Rapids. Level to gently sloping farm. One of the better farms. A buy at $305.00. acre. Also some smaller farms. Dennis Brannan, Coon Rapids, _Iowa. 67-232-3tc MINNESOTA FAH.MS FOR SALE: We have the best in Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Fails, Minn. 67-214-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 CLOSE OUT ON 1950 MODELS. BIG Discount, on all 1959 Ply. We need the space for the 60 models. Remember all Plymoulhs have torsion air ride as std. equipment. IJlggest savings of the year. Slop in today. Wlttrocks. 71-234-tfc '55 C1IEV. 210 2-IJOOK. « CYLIV- der, Standard transmission, radio and heater. Completely reconditioned in our shop. McCoy Motors. 71-233-Ute Auto Service 75 WE SUGGEST—HAVE YOUK CAR. buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Ulcnn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-lfo New Cars 76 LUM BURR SEZ: Many a man in love svith a dimple makes the mistake of marrying the whole girl. 2x4's—8 fl., e;idi 44c 5-in. extra heavy T-llinges. pr. 36c IxG Sheeting, lin. ft. 4e Pine Boards, sq. ft. 8c fiockwool Insulation, bag $1.07 PHONE 4373 KANNE Lumber & Supply 814 W. 9th — Carroll 47-234-He SEK YOUlt OLD RELIABLE BUICK- Pontiac dealer before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW 'SO FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 7U-2S4-tl'c WANT ADS PAY VOU CASH i'W YOUK DON'T WANTS Sale Date Claimed Tuesday, Nov. 24 —William Durpir.«- liaus, clohiny out farm sale. From Carroll, 0 miles, south on Highway 7.1. and 'a mile west,. Wiuland and Tigyes, Aucls. November 25 Joseph L. Turner, complete L-lo.sinH out .salt-, 1' •/ niilus Kast of Uedliam. Wluland, Irlhvck & Tiyyt's, A nets. Nov. 30 Mrs. Joe Drees cloMiig out farm sale. \j milt's North and a ,.i West of Lidderdule or 7 miles North and 4 miles Kast froai Carroll. Grote and Wiuland, Allots. Dec. 1 Win. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles cast of Carroll on Hwy 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, >.z mile east and '/u mile .south. Or 2 miles north. 2'-j east and "/a mile south of Wllley. Byuiiy and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dee. 14 D wig lit Roevei 1 , Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and >A mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles Kast and 1/4 mile South of Willey. Boss. Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dee. 15 Joe Danner. Cloning Out Sale. 4 miles cast of Carroll on Hi- Way 30, 1 milu squill, I mile east and % south. Bywrly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wiederln. Closing Out Sail-. l''i miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 'i miles east, '2 south, \'\ east of Ureda Grote & BverJy. Aucts. H.v TOM oni LONDON '.\P> — Prime Minister Harold Maunillan and Labor lead"!- l!ii!.;h Cuii.-kHl rlnshod today nil HIP ksitc of rlns.s distinc tifin as c.indi'lali'N bci;;m final f'fimpaimiirv.,' for Thursday's HPC- tion of a rifsv House of Commons. This nu'iiliun of class was temperature rising stuff. It's the oldest. issue in British polities, one with great emotional impact on Iho nation'? 35. 4(>(). not) Higihlp voters. Gaitskell ciainu'd Britain still is sno-bridck'H. Macmillan deplored this suggestion. The 1 Prime Minister spoke in Kind's Lynn in the heart of a rich agricultural area of eastern England. "Mr. Gaitskell is becoming quite desperate." he said. "Last night he said the whole of the Conservative party and their supporters were servile and stuffed shirts and all the rest of it. "Whatever happens in this election, about half the people will vote one way and half the other. I do not think it is much good one half saying that the others are crooks and rascals. We are all Englishmen, and we have got to live together. In the past some have died together. "It; is just bunk to get up and talk that kind of stuff in the second half of the 20th century. It might have been all right 100 years ago. but it is just not true today. We know that this old class war stuff is dead, and people are getting bored with it." Gaitskell said in an article in the pro-Labor Daily Herald that "the class barriers have crumbled but not disappeared." "There are still indefensible inequalities of wealth in our society," he added. "One in 100 owns as much as the other 99 between them. The false values of snobbery still distort the personal relationships with each other which we should enjoy." On the basis of public opinion polls, usually accurate in Britain, GaitskelPs Laborites, and Macmillan's Conservatives appear to be neck-and-neck. Time* Herald, Carroll, l». «•* 5, 1959 j Farewell Supper : or Robert Koepke f TlrnP* H*»rnH \* « * ***r\ irr- 1 WKSTSIDF: - Guests at a fam- siiprx-r F'rirlny evening EVERYTHING'S MADE FOR SMALL ONES" . . . Pained expression nn the young giraffe's fncc will be appreciated by tall people, everywhere. The giraffe Isn't too large to go under a barrier; Iff just that people with normal-size thinking put It up at the *oo In Paris, France. No Signs China Buying Nikita's Peace Proposal By JOHN RODERICK TOKYO (AP) — vSoviel Premier Nikita Khrushchev headed for home today after once more voicing Soviet communism's determination to end the cold war. But there was no indication his Chinese Communist hosts were climbing on his peace wagon. Khrushchev flew from Peiping to Vladivostok, capital of the Soviet Far East. During his five-day visit to the capital of Red China, he told Chinese Chairman Mao Tze - lung about his talks with President Eisenh'ower and attended the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Communist capture of the Chinese mainland. In his third speech in Peiping calling for an end to the cold war, Khrushchev said at the. airport that the "forces of peace are stronger than ever" and "there is full actual possibility to bar the road to war." "The common .people of the entire world are becoming ever more confident that with the growth of the might of the world Socialist system," he continued, "it will be possible forever to eliminate war as a means of solving international disputes. "This is why we Communists of the Soviet Union consider it is as tusk, to utilize these favorable conditions, to utilize all possibilities in order to liquidate the cold war and guarantee the triumph of peace on earth. " t Khrushchev did'not say, however, that his Chinese hosts were joining in his peace campaign. No joint communique summing up the visit was issued. Speed Mark Plans Dented By ROBERT F. ALKIKE BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, Utah (AP)—A minor accident and rouah road have put at least a temporary dent in the plans of American driver Mickey Thompson to break the world automobile speed record. Thompson, of El Monte. Calif., aimed his lillle blue racer, Challenger I. down the straightaway course at this western Utah salt flat with the hope of setting a new speed mark of 400 miles per hour or better. However, the racer skidded off mushy, rough salt at the start and knocked over marker stakes. Thompson wrestled the car back through the timing traps. Thompson was unhurt, but the stakes pounded a series of small dents in the left front fender of Challenger I. Small though the dents are, they are critical at the .speeds the car travels. The 30-year-old California hot- rodder was discouraged by the accident, but he gunned his racer through the course anyway and said he had reached about 340 m.p.h. before stopping. Thompson was trying to crack the international mark of 394 m.p.h. set here in 1947 by the late John Cobb of England Rocket- (Continued from Page 1) RI-DE-0 sturdy spring horse with tubular frame. Four bin springs give- plenty ol' action. Uriyhtly lithographed head tiid scut. Hell uiulci seat rings. lii'alistif stirrups. HI 1 ' long, l"i : U" wide, M" hint). Easy assembly. Key. Price $fi.9S Cut Fr 6.45 U you ussenvble It yourself. CUT-PR1CIO TOY HOl'SK Mrs. Jensen Home From Western Trip (Tillies HrruM Xtnvs Siervk'e) WALL LAKE — Mrs. Agnes Jen- stn returned Monday afternoon from a four-week visit in the W. Don Fronk home in Laramie, Wyo., the J. K. Neuman, Edwin Brune i'tid Farnam Warr homes in Murtaugh, Idaho, and the Melvin Wellhausen home in Richfidd, Idaho. Mrs. F. T. Martin was hostess | lo the Lucky Thirteen Club at a i clitssert luncheon at the Frozen Frontier in Lake View Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. J. Jennewein and Mrs. August Frericks. Mrs. Tollie Tibben entertained the Jolly Pinochle Club and Mrs. A. .1. Fabc'r and Mrs. Frank Toun- g(.-t at a dessert luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Prize winners w e r'e Clara Kwoldl, Mrs, Paul Herrig and Mrs. Faner. The Neighborhood Club had a cooperative supper Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Pauline Wollusen in honor of Evelyn's birthday which was that day. Mr. and Mrs. John Koenek, Oakland, Calif, Jeannene Marie OK-rich, Lake View and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Koenek were supper [Hirsts last Thursday in the Leon- : arc! Koenek Jr. home at LeMars. j Mrs. Steve Hoft, Mrs. Hay Mitch-; Hi. Mrs. Everett Robinson and Mrs. Harry Weed onlertuinrd Iho 1'ast Matron's Club at a 1U o'clock luncheon at the former's home. about 20,000 miles farther from the earth at noon than did the Moscow Planetarium. The plane tarium put the moon distance at 215,000 kilometers—133,515 miles. Tass' announcement today that the satellite would pass within 4,350 miles of the moon differed from the original Soviet announcement, which placed the distance at about 6,210 miles. The unmanned space station has a camera aboard. Its pictures v/ere to be translated into radio signals whi^h would be sent back to the earth. An unnamed astronomer declared triumphantly over Moscow radio: "It is now a new moon and that means that the other side of the moon is brightly lighted by the rays of the sun. What lies there? Soviet scientists will have the reply to this question before long." Signals Like Violin Notes Scientists kept track of the space vehicle by its radio signals, which sounded like notes from a violin. The launching Sunday on the second anniversary of the birth of the Sputnik I, was heralded on both sides of the Iron Curtain as another giant step in man's adventure into space. The Soviets indicated some control of the new space station could be exercised from stations on earth. They announced that the 'apparatus carried by the third Soviet space rocket" would be switched on for two hours today. They predicted that the station — the third Soviet cosmic rocket ihot aimed at the moon — would .itay aloft for a long time because it will approach no closer than 2,000 kilometers — 1,240 miles — to the earth. The flying station was reported loaded with scientific equipment but the official announcements gave no details on it. Sending Back Data Y. K. Fedorov, member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, said, "The tremendous amount of data gathered by the many measuring devices in being regularly trans- milted buck to earth." An announcement said the satellite can broadcast two to four hours a day. drawing its power from solar batteries. The original announcement said the .space station is oil a course that should take it around the mooa at'a distance of about 6,200 Prof, llarrie S. Massey, chairman of the British National Committee for Space research, said the Soviets "certainly will be making a systematic study of the radiation belt in outer space revealed hy the American pioneer rockets. They'll also be m e a s u r i n g the concentration of electrically charged particles in outer space and their nature." Six Die in Weekend Traffic By The Associated Press Six persons died of traffic injuries over the weekend, including two victims of a three-car crash in Muscatine County. Patrick C. Morrissey, 32, of Mount Pleasant, and Homer Dean Jr., 35, of Muscatine. were the victims of the collision on Highway 61 about two miles west of Blue Grass. They were drivers of cars that collided headon Saturday night. Dean's car then smashed into a third vehicle. Four other persons were injured in the crash. Other weekend victims: Claude Henneger, 52, of Waverly, who died in a Charles City hospital Sunday of injuries suffered last Wednesday when the truck he was driving struck a corn-shelling machine. Lawrence C. Kunze, 42, of Moville, who was killed Saturday when his car collided with a bus on Highway 20 about half a mile east of Moville. Ernest Garrels, 36, of Crescent, who died when the car in which he was riding plunged down a 40- foot embankment and overturned on Highway 6 about six miles west of Oakland Saturday. Fred S. Furness, 89, of Ri ford, who was killed Friday in a one-car accident. Forest Rangers Meet in Breda rririien Herald New.i Service* BREDA — The Forest Rangers held their regular meeting Tuesday evening in the C.O.F. Hall. Jim Ulveling, youth director, was in charge. Mrs. Jim Ulveling was in charge of the Girl Rangers. Election of officers was held and the following officers elected: Chiei Ranger, Leo Van Erdewyk; vice chief ranger, Jack Brinker; recording secretary. Bill Derner; senti nel, Jim Steinkamp; senior con ductor, John Schaefer; junior conductor, Jim Underberg. Awards v/ere given to both girls and boys. A social hour followed the meeting and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Jones, Eugene, Ore., visited Tuesday with Mrs. Ida Wilson and Lotta Jones. Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Dermody and family and Mrs. H. J. Brun- ,ng visited Sunday at the Art Mi- iek home in Omaha. Robert Schaefer and son Bobby returned to Denver, Colo., Sunday after a visit at the Conrad Schae- 'er home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyers and family, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ratigan and daughter, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. James Derner, Oelwein, and lone Derner, Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend at he Art Derner home and attended he Wittry-Derner wedding. Mrs. and Mrs. J. A. Bohnenkamp, Wr. and Mrs. H. J. Reiff were in Des Moines Wednesday where Mr. Bohnenkamp underwent a checkup at the Veterans Hospital. Regents- (Continued from Page 1) Rubbish rol lectors musl be iiu'iidly lolks, the way tlu-y ^i/i lo gathtT. About 29.9 million tons of fish were caught by commercial fisher- ; men ol the world's 12 leading tish ^ in fe the final authority in'such maters. "Football Jitters" Hageinann said he thought the dispute was brought on by "football season jitters." "Evashevski becomes mighty lard to live with during the foot- jail season, and that's understandable when you realize the pressure that's on him. "I'd like to know what he ( Evashevski) wants." Meantime, Dr. George Easton, chairman of the athletic board, said he was trying to arrange a meeting of the board for Tuesday. He said the purpose of the meet* ing is to answer that portion of Evashevski's letter of resignation which said he would like permission to review any opportunities which are presented to him. "Mr. Evashevski did not have to make this request," Easton said, "but now that he has made it, the board will answer it." He said no faculty member is barred from looking for jobs elsewhere. The athletic board stepped into the squabble Sunday when Easton said "obviously the board has hacked Paul Urechler. The fact that he's still employed that. •y Mr and Mrs. Clayton Dohse were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koepke ml Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Behnernan and Art P.ehneman. Aradln: Herman Bohneman, L o n Angeles, Calif.: Mr. and Mrs. .otiie Hauer. Carroll: and Mr. nd Mrs. Vcrnon Jensen and Gordon. Wpsfside. The supper honor- d Robert Koepke who left Monday for Palo Alto, Calif., where h* doini? graduate work in history at vStanford University under it Woodrow Wilson Scholarship: Herman nehneman. who has since re- timed home after spending three weeks in this vicinity; snd Gordon Jensen, who will be leaving soon or California. A family reunion was held Wednesday afternoon at the home at Mrs. Anna Segebart in Deloit r or the first time in a number of 'enrs, all ei^ht of the survivinf? •hildren of Mr. and Mrs. George N'cuman were together. The seven isters and one brother are Mrs. ^ena Kasperson, Arcadia; Mrs. llary Gebhardt, Groton. S. D.: Mrs. Anna Segebart, Deloit; Mrs. John Brockman and Mrs. Carl 3cgebart, Weslside; Mrs. Amanda ^renbeck, Denison; Mrs. John Moser. Deloit; and Ed Neuman, Westside. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Powel of Deloit, daughters of Mrs. Anna Segebart, and John Brockman. The occasion was a farewell party for Mrs. Mary Gebhardt of Groton, S. D., who has been visiting in this vicinity for about six weeks. She was returned to her home Friday morning by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Deloit. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freese attended the funeral of his cousin, Mr. Petersen, at Clara City. Minn., Tuesday. Dr., Mrs. Parry Visit in Scranton (Time* Herald .Vow§ gervtc«> SCRANTON — Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Parry, Macomb, 111., spent last week visiting old friends in Scranton. They were guests in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Friend and Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas. A potluck dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas in honor of the Parrys and of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Byrne, Clear Lake, who were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Mr. and Mrs,. John de Jong of Alamos, Mex., were guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cornelison at* tended the wedding of Mary Kay Ressler to Marvin Soulac in Fort Dodge. Minnie Clayton, Moville, and True Clayton, Sioux City, spent Thursday and Friday in the home of their niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Craigmile. Mrs. Fred Dillavou attended the wedding of her granddaughter, Barbara Kult, to Marlow Eiben in Coon Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. James Fengel spent the weekend in St. Joseph, Mo., where they visited their daughter, Linda, who is attending Junior college there. They were quests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blue. Mrs. Warren Du/t Mr. and Mrs. oweH Duff and family, Mr. and Vlrs. Roscoe Duff and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Duff nd amily and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Amey of Jefferson drove to Dike where they attended an Amey 'amily reunion and picnic with cousins. Mrs. T. P. Hunt was hostess to he Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones Sr. en- .ertained the members of their dinner bridge club at their home Saturday evening. Prizes went to tfrs. Jones and Walter Pemble. Mrs. Kenneth Juorgens attended a district meeting of 'the Republi- an Women at the Warden Hotel n Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Friend at- ended a Simpson College meeting or alumnae of Boone and Greene counties which was held in Rippey. Mr. and Mrs Joe Pleshek and Maurine Henning were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Orlow Goodich. Masons- (Continued from Page 1) Bridge and canasta were played after lunch. N. J, Caldweli of Carroll was chairman of the general committee with Eugene E. Osborne of Carroll and W. R. Rasty of Lohrville as co : chairmen. Members of other local committees were: hospitality — Soren S. Kudsk, Carroll, Glen Hobart, Lake City, Clifford Mason, Westside, Ray Haselton. Glidden, Ted Treist'hman, Ida Grove, T.B. Wills, Carroll, Leslie Fielding, Scranton, and Verdis Hansen, Carroll; tickets — C. Arthur Minnich Jr., Carroll, Robert Ihrke, Lake City, and William Geake, Wall Lake; entertainment — W. R. Rasty. Lohrville, E. E. Osborne, Carroll, and William Cleary, Lake Cj- ty; property — E. J. llennings, Arcadia, and John Oeser. Westside; ladies' committee ~ Mrs. E. E. Osborne. Carroll, and Mrs. W. K. Rasty, Lohrville. There are ovei 68,000,000 passenger cars traveling on the nation's highways today. Automotive advertisers, who invest more mon- e> in daily newspapers than any other group of advertisers, spent $l5iU27,tXH) in licwspapors in 11)58 to reach the drivers of thes« cars.