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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS to 25 words . $1.50 over 25 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY fl.60 $1.40 P»r column Inch Additional Insertions classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. o-i Saturday. Regular Classified till 9:30 8. m. Saturday. 11 Sim. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word -- 8 cents Three days, per word - 15 cents Six days, per word -- 24 cents Announcements PURCHASE NECESSARY 1 \ •!•>••• I FREE...Gift to •lth*r molhor or fnlhif makine inquiry on idvlnei thty tun mak* on ALL TOYS. GuorantMif lo tovi por»nti uo to 20fc OFF regular r*tall 6-236-ilc DIAL 8036 FOR FRESH CUT FLOW- ers for any occasion, Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc WINDY ACRES MODERN TRAILER PARK PERMANENT OR OVER NITE 1 Miles East of Carroll on Hwy. 38, Make reservation now for permanent space. Call 4007 6-231-8tp NOTICE! To anybne interested in dancing. We are having a get-together at the Elks Club to form our fall dance classes on Wed., Oct. 7 8:30 p. m. LYLE DeBOLT Instructor 6-235-2tc BEITER'S MARKET FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS Cubed Minute Steak L u.65c Fresh ' Beef Hearts L b.25c Lean—No Bones Pork Cutlets Lb .49c Choice Cuts Beef Roast Lb .55c Boston Butts Pork Roast L b.39c Home-Made Bologna u,.59c Fresh Liver Sausage Lb .59c Host Grade, Sliced Bacon L b.49c WE DELIVER New Crop, Sweet Potatqes 3 L bs. 25c Del Monte Catsup 2-Bots. 39c Del Monte Peas 2 cans 39c Del Monte, Green Beans 2c ans 49c Del Monte Spinach 2 C a ns 39c Cream Style or Whole Kernel Corn 2 cans 39c I.urge Size Grapefruit 3 f 0r 25c FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES 18-236-ltc Announcements 6 Male Help Wanted 21 Building Supplies 47 Used Cars A_Truekt__71 TELEVISION" TROUBLE? FOK f)iilrk, expert check up and prompt service by skilled technlclnns call 9513. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sporrer's TV. 6-234-Gtc Loans 12 PERSONA!, LOANS IIP TO SSOO.OO. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $SOO— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household Roods. 3 & M Finance Co, Carroll. Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT, NEW yet old fashioned, Pigment; 85% White lead, 15% Titanium. Joe's Paint. Center. 14-133-ltn COMPLETE TV & RADIO SERVICE on all makes, incl. car radios. Prompt. Reasonable. Qualified technician. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9303. 14-96-tfc CUSTOM DRYING PORTABLE BEHLEM 500-BU. DRYER Vernon Kahorst 1 Mile West and Vz Mile North of Roselle Phono Halbur 2262 234-6tp WHEN IT COMES TO TV OR RA- rilo service, come to us! Our business Is keeping your set in good repair. Guaranteed service on all makes and models. Coast to Coast Store. 14-234-6tc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SK- lectlon, 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 SAWS SHARPENED. C. C. ROBERTS 620 West 13lh. Phone 9405. 14-233-12tp PETE HAS ,IUST RETURNED FROM Aut> Transmission Training Sell • able to offer you Tri rvlce for your car. Ron os, prompt service. Lockha,. .motive Service. 14-222-tfc DIAL 4888 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. I1R Cleaners. 14-231-tfc START E R. GENERATOR, MAG- ncto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street west of Safcwav, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 WHITE POTATOES 25 LBS. flfic; Lockers for rent $10.00 per year. Brennv's Market. 18-236-ltc APPLES VOK SALE, $1.00 TO ,$2.00 bu. Enill Grundmeler, 2 miles west of Halhur and ] i north. Phono 3413 Halbur. 18-23li-3tp FOR SALE: SPUING FRYERS, $1.00 alive, $1.25 dressed. Nick Klrsch, Carroll, Phone 3014. 18-23l5-ltc Enjoy a Delicious T-Bone Steak Tonight After You Bowl — After the Dance — After the Show STOP AT Pauline's Cafe 18-201-ltc Male Help Wanted 21 ROUTE MAN, ESTABLISHED TEK- ritory, home nights, experience not necessary. Earn while you learn. Contact Mr. Gill 9.10 North Carroll St, Wednesday, October 7 at 8 p.m. 21-235-2U; 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 2500 CATTLE 2500 STOCKER & FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, OCT. 9 Starting at 1. :00 P. M. FEATURING 1800 LIGHT WEIGHT, CHOICE TO FANCY HIGH ALTITUDE YEARLINGS FROM COLORADO, WYOMING AND MONTANA. HERE WILL BE AN OFFERING OF STRICTLY MOUNTAIN GROWN CATTLE THAT WILL SUIT ANY BUYER. Listed to date: 175 Choice Colorado Hereford steers, 575-075 Ibs. 31 Choice Colorado Hereford heifers, 500 Ibs. (open). 8!) Choice Montana Hereford steers, 000 Ibs. 75 Choice Dakota Hereford steers, 575-fiOO Ibs. 100 Choice Wyoming Hereford steers, 575-050 Ibs. 53 Choice Wyoming Hereford heifers, (iOO Ibs. 250 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 600-725 Ibs. 225 Choice Wyoming Hereford steers, 625-700 Ibs. 250 Good-choice Wyoming Hereford steers, 725-850 Ibs. 100 Good-choice Hereford heifers, 575-025 Ibs, 75 Good Wyoming Hereford steers, 875-925 Ibs. LAST FRIDAY WE SOLD 1500 OF THESE YEARLINGS AT THE LOWEST PRICE OF THE SEASON TO DATE. IF YOU WANT CHOICE QUALITY YEARLING CATTLE, BETTER LOOK HERE BEFORE BUYING. For this sale we also expect 500-750 calves, including the following: 100 Choice Hereford steer calves, 400-450 Ibs. 125 Choice Hereford heifer calves, 400-450 Ibs. 135 Choice Angus steer calves, 375-450 Ibs. 155 Choice Angus heifer calves, 400-475 Ibs. If you are in the market for replacement cattle come to Humboldt this Friday. All cattle will be sorted and sold in uniform load lots and weighed before entering sale ring. HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. HUMBOLDT, IOWA Byron C. Hayes, Manager — Phone 113; Res. 998 DRIVER FOR ESTABLISHED BEER route, guaranteed wage and rorn- mlsslon. Contact Roger Otto, I.irl- derdale. 21-234-3tc Female Help Wanted 22 SUTMKS; 2xi> — S-FT. ea>-h 4-lc; 5 Iru'ii oxtra heavy T-Illngrs 3fir pnir; 3x6 . Shooting If iin. ft.; Fine Bnnrrts 8c sq. ft.; P.nrkwon] Insulntlon SI. 07 hng. Kr-inne Lumber & Supply. Can-oil, ' WANTKM: WOMEN TO WOKK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply In person. Oooma Foods Co. 22-236-121 c: WANTED: LADY CXEKK, STEADY Job. Matt Hardware Co. 22-236-3tr WAITRESS WANTED: NO NKJHT work or Sundays. Main Ire Cream Parlor. 22-23.=>-5tc DAY WAITRESS WANTED: GOOD hours, excellent pay. Green Meadows Cafe, 22-234-3tc Salesman Wanted 25 SALESMAN WHO IS LOOKING FOR a real opportunity. Phone 3959. 25-236-ltp WANTED: SALESMAN FOR CAR- roll territory, home nights, salary plus commission. Paid vacation, group Insurance, no experience necessary. Write PO Box 372, Carroll, Iowa. 25-232-Stc Hatcheries 32 POULTRY KAISKRS: OKT AM, types of worms by using Dr. Salsburys wormal capsules or wormal granuals for use in feed. Also Wnzlne in the waler for round worms, for sale at Kruse Hatchery west on Hwy. 30, Carroll, Iowa. ' 32-233-filc Farm Machinery 33 SPECIAL LOW PRICKS ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and Holder boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Check our prices before buying. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-162-He PICKER SPECIALS: NKW OLIVER No. 73 two row pull picker SI,750. Oliver No. 2 two row pull picker, rear elevator all rebuilt with new snapping rolls. $450.00. IHC '2 ME Mounted picker, II & M mountings $550.00. Gliddun Farm Equipment, Gllriden, Iowa, 33-235-2tc 8 USED 220 PICKERS; 6 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IHC 24 pickers; 1 used Allls Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schcnkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc Livestock for Sale 4J FOR SALE OR LEASE: WESSEX saddle back boars and gilts, open or bred, the meat breed. Ben Buelt, Breda, Iowa, Phone 47. 41-236-3tc FOR SALE: CHOICE SERVICEABLE aged registered Polled Hereford bulls for immediate sale. Also several good registered Hereford open heifers. 7 miles south of Templeton corner. Carl and Dick Ross, Gray, Iowa. 41-236-2tc FOR SALE: PUREBRED YEARLING Hampshire Boarj also spring boars. Albert Irlbeck, Westslde. 41-229-2tp FOR SALE: 4 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS to freshen soon, calfhood vaccinated. Leo Daeges. 41-234-3tp DUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era. Bangs and Lepto. At Farm 1V2 north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and_Soru 41-220-tfc HAMPSHIRE BOARS. Win. P. Lesle, Auburn. 41-220-tfc FOR SALEr 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3-Ji north, Manning. 41-206-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUUOC Boars. Walter Platt. Glidden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP- shire boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, cry., and lepto. Wm. H. Mahnke 8 south of Westside. 41-225-12tp FOR SALE: .TO HEAD OF PURE tiivd Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2 l / 2 miles north of Aspinwall, Iowa. 41-231-tfc Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cattlevto Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressea 1 Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc Building Supplies 47 LUMBER SPECIALS Shi pi ap .... g q.ft. lOc Wnite Pine Car Siding _ E ach 98e 1x4 KuU Cuclur Car Siding 2x6-6 ft. 2x6-8 ft. _ sq. £t. I 2C Each 60C Each CARROLL LUMBER CO. 47-23fi-4tc NKKD EAR CORN STORAGE? 1550 bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 75.52 M>ml-anmmlly for materials. Green Bav Lumber Company. Phone 3218. '47-218-t.fc '55 CHEV. 210 2-I>OOtt. « CYMN-j der, Standard transmission, radio i and heater. Complettcly rccontll- ; tinned In our shop. McCoy Motors. ! 7I-233-3tc Auto Service 75 Household Goods 51 MAHOGANY DESK Slfi.OO; LIOATII- er Studio, noiirly new, !?3!i.OO. _:o'. 51-23fi-2to IT TAKES OM.V 30 MINUTES TO flenii a 9x12 rug \vtth odorless Blur- Lustre. It's tops. Matt Furniture Co. 51-236-ltc WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helres Electric. 51-197-tfc GLVNT 15 CTI. FT. CORONADO home frcozer . . $199.95. Only S5.00 down. Gambles. 51-111-tfc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: USED STORM WINDOWS for older home. Phone 2176. 53-236-ltp For Sale 55 FOR SALK: K ALTO KAXAPIIONE, excellent condition. 31195. 5fi-23()-3tp TWO GIRLS' BICVCYES. 2«" ONE In good condition. $30.00. Other $10.00. Phone Glidden 9-3031. 55-236-1tp PORTAIILE TYPEWRITER FOR sale. Dial 3745. 55-235-3tp VSED FKir.IPAIRK, AUTOMATIC. In good condition. Dial 3128. 55-235-3tc FOR SAKE: NEW GAS FURNACE, 150,000 irru. Space heater, 60,000 BTU. Dial 3297. 55-228-tfC Room for Rent 60 WE SfGGEST—HAVE YOt'H CAR„ buretor adjusted for winter driv- ' Ing now! See (ilenn. Lockhart i Automotive Service. 75-222-tfgj FOR O F, N E II A L AUTOMOTIVE ! snles nncl service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank '• Wagon Service to your farm or | home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial I 9132. 75-120-trc New Cars 76 SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE HUICK- Pontlac dealer before yuu ouy a new or used car. Peters Bros. In Carroll. 7(M94-tfc TRADE FOB A NEW '«• FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS FOR KKNT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 99G5. 60-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: NEAR NEW HOME, south side, write Box B Daily _TI rnjss_Herjild. 63-236-3tp NEW 2-UnRM. JJ/ Z STORY SOUTH side house. The % story could be finished Into more bedrooms. Carpeted living rm. Extra large kitchen. Full basement. Gas heat . . . Several other 2, 3, 4 bedroom south side homes. Some with FHA loans that may be assumed. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-236-ltc LOOKING FOR A NEW 3-BEDROOM • home? Then you must see Cliff Bierl, Broker, Phone 3864. 63-235-4tc FOB SALE: 2 & 3 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call i us. Wilbcr walkup Real .Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc Houses for Rent 64 2-BEDltOOM, DINING ROOM, GAS furnace, oak floors. $60. Phone 4227. 64-234-3tc Apartment for Rent 65 TWO BEDROOM APT. UPSTAIRSi Cliff Bierl, Broker. Phone 3864. 65-235-3tc APT. DIAX, 9703. 65-229-tfo 2-BEDROOM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FTJB- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW APIS. DIAL 3109. 65-132-tfo Farms for Sale 67 I HAVE 20 FARMS TO PICK FROM. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 67-236-tfc FARM FOR SALE 190 acre Audubon County on gravel road, school bus and mail at door. Line fences woven wire except 80 rods, 1100 rods tile, 'working', all tillable. Soil conservation for several years, 3 wells, gravity water supply, 9 outlets for water, 8-room house with bath, 2-car tile garage, hen house for 350, barn 48x50, new hog house, cattle shed, 2 corn cribs, ample room for grain, machine shed. Price $325.00 per acre, 25% will suffice as down payment, good terms on balance at 5%. THIS FARM WILL BE TAKEN OFF MARKET OCT. 15, 1959. F^ INTERESTED CALL NOW Phone 279, Audubon, Iowa after 6:00 p. m. 235-3tp MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc & Trucks 71 105D C1IEV. IMPALA HARD TOP coupe. V-8 250 h.p. motor, power glide, radio, heater, 8800 actual miles. Local car, extra clean. McCoy Motors. 71-236-2tc CLOSE OUT ON 1959 MODELS. Blfi Discount on all 1959 Ply. We need the space for the 60 models. Remember all Plymouths have torsion air ride as std. equipment. Biggest savings of the year. Stop In today. Wlttrocks. 71-234-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS ANITA AUCTION CO. LAST WEEK: 273 Sheep; 747 Hogs; 602 Cattle THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1:00 P. M. 500 to 600 HOGS - 200 to 300 SHEEP Our hog receipts are holding up real well and we are selling more each week than early estimates indicate. This week's run will include several lots of choice light Hamp and Crossbred pigs, stock hogs, boars, wet sows and piggy sows, All fresh from farms in our area. Sheep run will include several large and small lots of native and western ewes, fat anad feeder lambs. FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1:00 P. M. 500 to 600 CATTLE Last week's cattle run was over 95',-r locally consigned. Quality and weighing condition was for the most part, very good. All classes following the downward market trend For this week, we will again have another good offering of calves and yearlings, direct from local farms and mostly good and choice for quality. Possibly two or three lots of good young stock cows. We believe buyers will find more fresh, farm consigned cattle in our auction, throughout the fall season, than in any auction in this area. Tune KJAN, Atlantic (1220) at 11:05 a. m., every Thursday and Ijfriday. W. E. Young. Ph. 422. Exira—Barn Phone 27 Jack Reed, Ph. 202, Anita 41-236 Itc Sale Date Claimed Oct. » — Harold Berns closing out farm sale. 4 miles north and Mi east of Glidden or 3Va miles straight east of Lldderdale. Byerly it Going, Aucts. Tuesday, Nov. 24— William Dorplng- haus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and W mile west. Wielahd and Tigges, Aucts. November 25 — Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, IVd miles East of Dedham. Wleland, Irlbeck & Tigges, Aucts. Nov. 3a Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and % West of Lidderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wleland, Aucts, Dec. 1 —Wm. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Vi mile east and W mile south. Or 2 miles north, 2% east and V4 mile south of WUley. Byerly and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dec. 14 — Dwlght Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and V« mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and V4 mile South of Wllley. Boss, Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dec, 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Way 30. 1 mile south, 1 mile east and south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7—Dave Wiederin, Closing Out Sale. IV* miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 south. V4 east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. Dock Strike(Continued from Page 1) spokesman said "we always obey the government." Declaring the strike would "imperil the national health and safety," President Eisenhower invoked the Taft-Hartley national emergency provisions Tuesday for the 16th time since the law's enactment in 1947. He named a three-man fact- finding team headed by Washington attorney Guy Farmer, former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board. Farmer quickly summoned the ILA and waterfront employers to a hearing today. He told newsmen he expected to complete it today. That jibed with word from other officials that the administration has fixed a fast timetable for settlement of the stevedores strike, which could cripple quick ly the commerce of the Atlantic Coast. Can Seek Injunction When the fact-finders' report i; received by Eisenhower, he can instruct the attorney general immediately to seek an injunction in U.S. District Court, in New York, Washington or elsewhere. This would oblige the strikers and employers to resume dock operations while their principals go back to bargaining. There still was no sign in Washington, however, that Eisenhower plans to move with similar speed to end the 85-day strike of 500 ! ,000 steelworkers. The longshore union is asking a 50-cent hourly pay raise. Basic New York wages under the old contract were $2.80 an hour. The hip lines had offered a 30-cent lourly package increase. The shippers are demanding more leeway in using automation for cargo handling. The union opposes this, contending it would cut employment. ROAD UNIT TO ELECT A large delegation from Carroll is expected to attend the annual meeting of the Iowa Highway 30 Association in Lloyd's Cafe, Marshalltown, Tuesday, Oct. 13. Officers will be elected and policies adopted for the coming year. Charles E. Knoblauch, manager of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce, is an incumbent vice president. MOVES DENTAL OFFICE Dr. E. C. Hogan is moving his dental office from the Nockels building to the Witte building at 814 North Main Street. He expects to be open for business in the new location Thursday. The office had been in the Nockels building for the past seven years. First free public library in America was founded at Dublin, N.H., in 1822. 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 8573 Daily Times Herald State of Iowa Now Half Billion a Year Business DES MOINKS 'AJM-St.'it.p government in Iowa is a half-billion dollar a year business. State Comptroller Olenn Sarsfield said Tuesday the state's gross business during the year ending June 30 amounted to $546,232,000, highest on record. Coupled with the previous year's total, state spending and distribution of funds topped the billion- dollar mark for the biennium, at $1,018,187,000. The figures include funds received from state taxes and fees, the state liquor business and federal highway and welfare funds handled by the state. Increased federal funds for interstate highways were a major cause of the 74 million dollar increase in over last year, Sarsfield said. Time* H«rald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1959 Hearing(Continued from Page 1) aase" on some details, but "on the crucial point, whether he was given the answers, what he said was true." Suspects Others Davis also testified that he had "suspicions" about other qurz Shows but did not identify them. Before today's hearing began, Harris said Daniel Enrighfe; co- owner of "Twenty-One" and Albert Freedman, the show's pro ducer, will be heard tonight behind closed doors. Enright asked that his testimony be taken in secret. Harris has indicated that some of the testimony may be made public later. Called as the windup witness on "Twenty-One" was Richard Jack man, a former contestant who is said to have told a New York grand jury the show was crooked. Jackman is an organizer for the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. The House subcommittee on Legislative Oversight then planned to turn its spotlight on another TV quiz—"Dotto," the first of the shows to collapse under fraud charges. This started a chain of events that brought to an end the era of huge money prizes and strained, sweating faces peering out of isolation booths. The story of the doublecross was unfolded by James Snodgrass, 37, a New York artist. He testified that he brought "Twenty-One's producers to the verge of panic by giving the correct answer to a question he said they told him to miss. When the show ended, Snodgrass said, producer Albert Freedman "came to my dressing room am said I had ruined him." Snodgrass wound up with a comparatively measly $4,000. Coached, Given Answers Echoing testimony by Herben Stempel, another former contest ant, Snodgrass said he, too, had been supplied in advance with questions and answers and even coached on dress, mannerisms and gestures. The doublecross came, Snodgrass said, when Freedman instructed him to miss a question and thus lose a month-long running contest with Hank Bloomgarden, also of New York. "What made you balk?" asked Robert W. Llshman, subcommit- ;ee counsel. Snodgrass replied: "Maybe it was a hope deep inside that everything would work out fair and square. Also, I knew the answer. '. had been told the answers." Snodgrass testified that Freedman "told me ther would be a series of ties between me and Mr. Bloomgarden to build popularity of the show. I also was told Mr. Bloomgarden knew of this and t was agreeable to him." Bloomgarden has denied any knowledge of the program being rigged. Subcommittee chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark) said the purpose of the four-day inquiry is to de- ermine whether there has been any violation of federal law and whether new laws are needed. Faculty Men Are Guests of Legion (Time* HeMkld Newi Service) MANNING — Male members of the Manning Community School faculty were guests at the October meeting of the American Legion Thursday evening. Lyle Joens, commander, conducted the meet- ng. Guests were introduced by Supt. William Baley. Merle Kerk- loff, vice commander, reported on ;he membership drive. Clarus Heit- loff announced the first dance sponsored by the post would be Oct. 10. Emil Kuhl, service officer, talked on veteran's benefits and the new pension bill. H. E. Meyers brought greetings from Col. R. B. Kelsey, now retired and liv- ng in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Charles Hummer, vocal instructor n the high school, sang two solos, accompanied by Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn. A social hour followed the meeting. Mrs. Henry Boysen entertained :he Pleasant Hour Club at its open- ng meeting on Wednesday. Mrs. Pauline Barten held high at cards; rtrs. Herman Vogt, second; and Mrs. Herman Hoflmann, low. Dessert and coffee were served. Mrs. Henry Martens will be hostess next. Emily Scheldorf, Mrs. R. 0. ratt, Mrs. Regina Mohr, Mrs. Orrin Ramsey and Mrs. Joe Steen at- «nded a county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Ded- lam Sept. 30. The next meeting will be Oct. 28 at Coon Rapids. The Busy Thimbles of the Presbyterian Church met Oct. 1 for quilting. Mrs. Joe Steen was in charge of devotions. Mrs. Bill Steen was luncheon hostess. EXTRAORDINARY IDEA . . . The London Dally Sketch hai suggested that Field Marshal Sir William Slim, 64, right, be succeeded by Princess Margaret as governor general of Australia. Buckingham Palace called it "an extraordinary Idea." Sllm's term expires in January, 1960. More File for Audubon Election AUDUBON — Three man races or mayor and Ward Two council man were set up here for the Nov. I municipal election when two additional candidates filed nomina- :ion papers with the city clerk late Tuesday. The race for mayor will feature a contest between Sam J. Ross, who filed late Tuesday, and Joe Sklenar and Johannes P. Bruun. Fred Hae- aerle, incumbent, did not file for reelection. The addition of Art Robinson to ihe Ward Two council race made that a three-way contest. Robinson will be opposed by Emmert Christensen and Marvin Schmidt. The only other contest noted In Audubon is in the five-man battle for councilman-at-large. Incumbent Alfred Madsen is opposed by Joe A. Madsen, Emmert Petersen, G. Stanley Jones and W. Otis Gregersen. Farm Bureau Women Hold a Fall Workshop Farm Bureau rommittpewomfn attended a fall workshop Tuesday in the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. Orville Best of Sat City, district, four state committeewoman, was on hand to serve as resotirre person for the workshop, which contin- ufd from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Mrs. Morle Pottroff of ,1,'isprr township, county women's chairman, was in charge. Mrs. Monro« Bates of Glidrlen township led devotions. Subject matter this year i;; in four areas: 1. Understanding Farm Bureau; 2. Trends in ure; 3. Citizenship, and 4. Civil nd defense mobilization. Booklets with resource material nd suggestions in undertaking hese studies were distributed to he women for their use in the ownship meetings. In addition, they decided to write a column on the Carroll )ounty page of the Farm Bureau pokesman which is distributed in his nine-county area. Townships will take turns in this 'project. At noon the group adjourned for linner at Pauline^s Cafe in the Laret room. Attending were Mrs. Best. Mrs. 'ottroff and Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Henry Huegerich of Grant town- hip, Mrs. Berti Petersen of Glid- len township, Mrs. Leo Loeffler of jlidden township, Mrs. Neil Whiten of Richland township. Mrs. tfearl Heuton of Glidden township, rtrs. Lawrence Wittry of Maple liver, Mrs. Don Nagl of Maple River and Bob Griffith, fieldman. Steel(Continued from Page 1) is some hope of a settlement. The meeting resulted in no progress Roger M. Blough, U.S. Stee Corp. board chairman and spokes man for the industry group, saic the union is "unalterable in ita position," President David J. McDonal of the Steelworkers, who requesl ed the summit conference, sai industry is "not flexible." "They remain adamant," th union leader said. Eve of Deadline There were no negotiation; scheduled for today — the eve o President Eisenhower's impliet deadline for using the Taft-Hart ley Act which could send workers back to the mills for an 80-day cooling-off period. The wage policy committee Monday rejected the latest industry offer as completely unsatis 'actory. The industry said ita offer would give workers a 15-cent hourly >ackage increase during the life of a two-year contract. The union said the offer would come closer .0 gains of 10 cents an hour in he two years. Blough said the union's demands for wage and fringe bene- it increases would cost the Indus- ry about 60 cents an hour over a hree-year period. The union estimated its demands at 15 cents an lour for each year. Both sides expressed a willingness to continue negotiations, but neither side made any known move to schedule another meet- ng. The top industry officials said hey planned to remain in Pittsburgh through the day. But they said they expected any further jeace talks to be conducted by he industry team headed by R. )onrad Cooper, a U.S. Steel Corp. ice president. Reserves Play Out As the strike—already the longest in steel industry history—grew older, once healthy steel reserves began to play out. Production and employment began to sag in direct proportion. Total unemployment in indus- ries dependent on steel already \as risen to more than 200,000. The situation is expected to get progressively worse. President Eisenhower invoked he Taft-Hartley Act Tuesday to put an end to the Atlantic and 3ulf coast dock strikes—at least or 80 days. But he called on the iteel industry and union to resume negotiations until they reach an agreement. * AT WELFARE PARLEY Attending a three-day social wel- are conference in Des Moines are plrs. Thelma Fister, public welfare worker, and Mary H. Klocke, stenographer on the social welfare ioard. They were there for the ilonday meetings. NFANT BAPTIZED (Times Herftld N'cwi Service) AUBURN — The infant daughter )f Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schulte was taptized Rebecca Jean at St. ilary's church Sunday by the Rev. erome Koenig. Sponsors were Ro- ;er Kluver, Sioux City, and Di- ine Kluver, Lake Park. Soviet Russia declared war on apan in World War II on Aug. 8, 1945, just six days before Japan Marilyn Heath Is Complimented At a Bridal Shower (Time* Herald N«w« Service) LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Doyle Prescott entertained at a bridal shower Sunday honoring Marilyn Heath, ~. Dodge, who will become the bride of Rex Raine Oct. 17. The 12 guests were entertained with scra- nble games and a kitchen quiz. Tha bride-elect's chosen colors of blue and white were carried out on the refreshment table decorated with a large white wedding bell and white lighted tapers. Miss Heath received many gifts. A corsage was made of the ribbons from her gift packages. Out-of-town guests were from Wall Lake, Manson and Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cox of Greeley, Colo., were overnight guests in the Sherman Thorpe home. Mrs. Merrill Thorpe, Mrs. Ernie Swanson, Mrs. Ed Bohm, Alice Norman and Mrs. Jim Wulf attended the W.R.C. Inspection at Sac City. Deputy President, Alma Baker, Woodbine, was inspector. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wessman and Jim and Betty Freese attended the golden wedding observance of Mr. Wessman's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Petty, Cornell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Buse, Mr. and Mrs. Will Peters and Mrs. August Peters visited Sunday in the Ray and Ruby Cross homes at Laurel, Neb., and the Harley Cross home at No.rfolk, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller and children were at Lake Park Saturday and Sunday for the Thresh- ng Days celebration. Mr. Miller had his small ferris wheel at the celebration. Mrs. Carl Hess of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Quinn were ' juests at a. dinner in the Kenneth Juinn home Sunday which honored he first birthday of the Quinn's on Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. R. Swieter have re- urned from a week's visit in the )on Koll home at Wayne, Neb. Mrs. Koll and infant son, Timmie, eturned from the hospital on Saturday of the previous week. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rickman 'ere Monday morning callers in he R. Swieter home. They had een at Rochester for nearly three weeks. JN Observance Com m iffee Named (Time* Herkld »w« Service) MANNING — The formation of a ocal committee to hold a United Nations Observance in the community was announced today by rtayor Leo Bruck. Acting upon a equest of Iowa's governor, Mayor Bruck appointed the Rev. Lester .. Moore as chairman of the Maning group. Major organizations in he community will be asked to articipate in planning for the day. L meeting of the committee will held Oct. 11 at 2:30 at the City lall. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beckman, Detroit Lakes, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. (ale Egner, Waterloo, spent four ays last week with Mrs. Hattie taebel and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin iViemann. Sunday dinner guests in the Ralph McGrath home in obser- ance of the birthdays of Sandra IcGrath, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie lechta, Vail, were Mrs. Lepna \'ahler, Irene Wieck, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritz, Charles and Marorie Bandow, Mr. and Mrs. Henry chneider, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent >chneider and sons, Mr. and Mrs. . A. Bockelman and sons, Deui- on; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Slechta nd family, Vail. The wedding an- iversary of the Slechta's was also bserved. Mrs. P. F. Hansen. Mrs. L. J. ickum, Mrs. Albert Musfeldt and [rs. Albert Dietz spent Friday in dilford, helping Mrs. Hansen's lother, Mrs. Anna Moeller, cele- rate her brithday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Steffes and amily were supper guests in the Henry Otto home. The Steffes family moved to Spencer to make thek home. »_

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