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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OF THANKS $1,50 over 23 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch... tl.eo Up to 23 words... Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m day of publication except Saturrtaj Business Services 14 »fJ7 CHA1HS/W BUY! classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 24 cents ^^^^^^N/^^^^^^N^V^^^VXNX^^^^N^^v^X^^^XX^^N.^ Announcements AFRICAN VIOLETS formerly sold at Davis Paint Co. Now being shown at ANN'S FLOWER & GIFT SHOP Many new varieties now available. _^ 6-238-ltc DIAL 36S8 FOR FHKSII CUT FLOW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24t.c TELEVISION TROUBLE? FOR quick, expert check up find prompt service by skilled technlclnns call 9513. Satisfaction giwnmtfed Sporrer'sTV. 6-234-Gtc NO PURCHASE NECESSARY FREE...Gill to «itf)«r mothnr or lalh*r moving inqylry en lovingi lh»y enn mad* on ALL TOYS. Gvaronleitd to tav* ponnh up to 20% OFF rtgultir r«toil pr!c» on all toyi. Loans FEnsoNAL i,OAN's~iQir"Tb~$ Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-lt'c PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $500—. Loans und 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 J /a Mile North of Roselle Phone Halbur 2262 234-6tp DIAL 43S3 FOR THE REST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do While Shirts. HR Cleaners. 14-231-tfc STARTER, GENERATOR, MA.G- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc *ETE 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. 14-222-tfc As Low See The New Clinton Chainsaws witli the right power, speed, guidebar, chain and price. We sell 'em ... we service 'em so your CLINTON Chainsaw is always running right. -$159.50 We also service most all makes of Chain Saws. RE I MART SERVICE West ol Safeway 14-238-ltc VI\KK SOU, TKSTINO SKUVICK. Now is the time to test Cor foil and spring fertilizer needs. Farmers Grnln and Lbr. Co. 14-23_8-6tc GLASS REVT..AC13M.KXT SERVICE , . . Window glass cut to. fit. Joe's Paint Center. .14-245-Jtc WHEN IT COMES TO TV OR HA- tllo service, come to us! Our business is keeping your set in good repair. Guaranteed service on all rmtkcs and models. Coast to Coast Store. 14-234-61 c GREETING" CARDS—LARGEST SE- lectlon, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If It's greeting cards it's at Stone Printing Co. I4ri25-tfc SAWS SHARPENED. C. C. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone 9405. 34-233-12tp ^^^W*N^^r^^^^X*S^^.^^^SXNi^^\X^X™*^XX^^N^N^*^ Male Help Wanted 21 MAN TO WASH AND POLISH CARS. McCoy_ Motors. _______ H l-_237-2tc FARM HAND WANTED, PARTTIME or fulltlme. Good wages. Dial 4044. 21-237-3tp 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for snles route. Age 23 to 45. with good car. 5100 to start. Write P. O. Box 4GG, Carroll. 21-123-tfc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WAITRESS. BURKE MO- tor Inn. Inquire Hubert A. Wright. 22-238-tfc LADY WANTED FOR OKNKRA1, housework, and assist with care of 3 children. Live In. Mrs. Jim Graven, Jefferson, Iowa, Rt. 3, Box 191. Plume EV 6-5406. 22-237-3tp Good Things to Eat 18 Livestock for Sale 41 LOCKERS FOR RENT: 810.00 PER year. Brenny's Market. i8-238-2tc FOR S.AI.K: SPRINO FRYKRS. $1.00 alive, 51.25 dresseil. Nlrk Kirsrh. Carrnll, Phone 3014. 18-236-1 tr APPT.KS FOR SAMS. SI.00 TO .?2 00 Kmll Orumimfier, '2 miles west of Halhur sind >'-• north. Phone 3413 Hfilhur. 18-236-31 p Now Enjoy The Old Fashioned Family Style FRIED CHICKEN DINNER FOR SALE: 45 HEAD Pt:REBRED Spotted Poland China hoars, vac- cinnated douhle treatment, guaranteed breeders. \Vt. 250 to 300 Ihs. Free Delivery. Richard BrlgRS, 8 miles south of Templeton corner _ nnd S'i west. 41-173-3tc 14 HEREFORD SPHIXO PALVES, vaccinated with triple shot. Wm. Rlesborg, 1 mile east, 3'i south, Roselle. 41_-2.vr-2tp FOR SALE: SADDLE HORSE, OEN- tle for children. Dial 2045. __ 41-237-2tc FOR SALE: 40 FEEDER PIOS. 2 MO. _ olri^PhnneJMlS, Hajbur. 41-237-2tc FOR SALE: TWO WHITEFACE nulls. Servlceal)le age. F. H. Heu- tnn, Glldden. 41-237-2tp Room lor Rent 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 DT1ROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lepto. At Farm 1*2 north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc EVERY SUNDAY All You Can Eat For Only $165 Includes: Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Salad, Vegetable, Hot Rolls and Butter, Dessert, Coffee. Served in the cool, cool comfort of our air-conditioned dining room. The NEW BURKE Motor- Inn Situation Wanted 24 WANT FARM WO UK, l-VLL OR parttlme. Dial 4-125 or 1)128. 24-237-2tc Salesman Wanted 25 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 32 WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN ( vnlTTTr , v processing departments. Immodi- »;,,V.. ate employment, apply in person. i/ v , Ocoma Foods Co. 22-2h(i-12t- - Slllsl WANTED: LADY CLERK, STKAI1Y job. Matt Hardware Co. 22-23U-3tc WAITRESS WANTED: NO NIGHT \vork or Sundays. Main Ice fivair Parlor. 22-235-5tc RAISERS: GET ALL worms by using Dr. burys wurmal capsules or wormal granuals for use In feed. Also Wa/lno in the water for round worms. Tor snle at Kruse Hatchery west on Hwy. 30, Carroll, Iowa. 32-233-6tc YOU'LL ENJOY OUR FAMILY STYLE DINNERS ALL YOU CAN EAT • 155 ITEMS ON OUR MENU • 2 PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Pauline's Cafe South of the Stoplight Corner • on Highway 71 Opuii 5 u. m. REAL BUYS IN USED FARM MACHINERY SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SELF PROPELLED MASSEY HARRIS CORN PICKER, Like New 2 row Pull Type New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Red WOODS BROTHERS CORN PICKER, very good Shape Model M International Tractor, starter and lights Oliver 88 Tractor, good shape 53 Ford Tractor with overdrive 48 Ford Tractor 1945 Ford Tractor 1946 Ford Tractor with loader on 1946 Ford Tractor * FORD SELECTOMAT1C TRACTOR, Our demonstrator, on sale at cut price Model 70 Oliver Tractor Several good Ford Loaders Lyons Loader to fit John Deere A tractor Used Stan Hoist Loader, fits Oliver 8H New Ford Manure Spreader New Corn Pickers at Cut Prices BURGESS TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALIC: VSKD 2-HOW NEW Idea c'orn j)ickor; two flare box wagons: two swing hog feeders; l»r>0 A .John Deere tractor. Floyd Conner, Licldenlale, Phone 5-F-21. 33-237-Slc FOR SAI.E: 70 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3%. north. Manning. 41-206-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt, Glldden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: 50 DTEAD OF PURE- bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2% miles north of Asplnwall. Iowa. 41-231-tfc Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed ROOM. OXJSE IN, PRIVATE BATH and_entrftncc^Dlnl 3806. 60-238-2tc • FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial &M5. 80-224-tfc Houses for Sale £0 T!m«* H«rild, Carroll, I*. Friday, Oetobtr 9, • Taxes- (Continued from Page !> school and corporation taxes, Man- F °"uth AIS fde, "write Bo F x W B H D2lfv ' al'thoughT'ls not fhTwghTsMax Times Herald. 63-236-3tp Manning's taxes have gone up $15.- FOR SALE: 2 * ft B.R. HOMES. WKl 1<<t4 P 61 " $1.0oo of taxable valuation have a nice selection to choose with a figure of $73 fi2ft this vear from. Before you buy or sell, call - • • j -°< us. Wllher Walkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc Jt;ST LISTEN 2 BEDROOM HOtTSE close In. separate dining room. ; f rorn i a<i t ell compared to S5R.442 last year. Coon Rapids lists the highest tax at $88.234, which represents a drop new gas furnace, owner will sel on contract with small down payment. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-237-2tc 's M9 222 the aurli s •v 1 *'*". me auai- LOOKING FOR A NEW 8-BEDROOM home? Then you must see Cllf Blerl, Broker, Phone 3864. 63-235-41 Apartment for Rent 65 APT. FOR BENT. DIAL JZOO 85-237-31 APT. DIAL 9708. «S-m-tf 2-BEDROOM APT. TTLK FLOORS modern kitchen, Oraham Apart ments. 65 Apart -227-tf APARTMENTS AVAILABLE; FUR nlshed or unfurnished. McNabl Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tf PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 8109 65-132-tf Apartment Wanted 66 WANTED: SMALL APARTMENT with cooking facilities and park Ing. Write Box R % Dally Time Herald. 66-238-lt Beef, Inc. Pets 43-177-ltc «^XNX 46 SALUKI - GREYHOUND CROSS pups. Ideal for jacks, fox and coyote. Don Kasperbauer, Manning, Iowa. 46-238-31C Building Supplies 47 Farms for Sale 67 I HAVE 20 FARMS TO PICK FROM Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 67-236-tfi MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write o; come. Thomson Realty, Granltt Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1949 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK K-5 short wheel tfase. duals, goo< rubber. 8x10 combination grain and stock box. Excellent condl tlon. McCoy Motors. 71-238-3t< CLOSE OUT ON 1959 MODELS. BIG Discount on all 1959 Ply. We need the space for the 60 models. Re member all Plymouths have tor slon air ride as std. equipment Biggest savings of the year. Stop in today. WlUrocks. 71-234-tfi Used Tires 73 BUILDING SU1TLIES; 2x4's—8-FT. each 4']c; 5 inch extra heavy T-Hlnges 3fic pair; 1x6 Sheeting Ac. lin. ft.; Pine Boards 8c sq. ft.; Rockwool Insulation S1.07 bag. Kannc Lumber & Supply. Carroll, Iowa. 47-235-5tc VLASTIC WINDOW COVERS—31o each. See us for all your winter needs. We Install glass in your windows and doors. Dial 3248, Green Hay Lumber Co. 47-237-tfc LUMBER SPECIALS Shi plop Wnite Pine Car Siding 1x4 Red Cedar Car Siding 2x6-6 ft 2x6-8 ft. .—Each lOc 98c 12c sq. ft. Each DUG . Each 80C CARROLL LUMBER CO. HAUVEY I1AMA1EKMILL 1'TO 6 bell drive. Walter Tigges, Phone :WS9. 33-237-2tC 8 USED UUfi 1'ICUERS; 5 USEU NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-ruvv flickers; a used £HC 24 pickers; 1 used Allls Chalmers mid. pickei with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 Dicker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc 47-236-4tC TWO GOOD USED 800x14 FIRE stone town and country mud and snow tires. Phone Glldden, O 9-3815, Ray Lloyd. 73-237-2tp Auto Service 7! Wft SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter drlv Ing now! See Glenn. 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. Dla 9132. 75-120-tfi New Cars 76 SEE VOUB OLD RELIABLE UU1CK Pontlao dealer before you duy a new or used oar. Peters Hros. in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '89 FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Moto Co. . 76-2S4-tfi Household Goods 51 5 PIECE DINETTE. VERY GOOD condition. .$50. Dial 4432 after 5 p.m. 51-238-ltc KEEPS COL- thats famous Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery ALWAYS RIGHT ors bright cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 51-238-ltc Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17—Wilfred Irlmeler, Closing Out Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton 3 miles east and 3V4 south, or 3 miles wast of Dedham on 141 and 3V 4 miles south. Wleland Aucts. & Kerkhoff Bros, Seeds & Feeds 34 WANTED TO BUY 500 Tons of Baled Alfalfa PRICES AT FARM 4) I'T.UU Per Ton for First Crop ^P I IX UU p er Ton for Second Crop All hay must be dry and under cover. Some outside piles can be used at reduced prices. Write or Call J. W. Easland & Sons Licensed and Bonded Alfalfa Millers Gaylord, Minnesota Phone 72496 34-209-ltc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 34 500 L«. OPEN heifers. John A. SU-fiVs, 1 mile west of Roselle. Phone Hal bur 22-15. 4.1-238-2tp FOR SALE: PTJREUHED HAJMP- shire spring am! fail boars, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders. Hoy H. Jahn, Manilla. Iowa. Phone Manning 3-5124. 41-197-ltc FOK SALE: PUREBRED IIAMP- 5-1'C. CHROME BREAKFAST SET, nearly new $30.00; 3-pc. walnut bedroom suite, dresser, chest, bed, $99.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-238-2tc GAS STOVE FOB SALE—EN GOOD condition. Nick Mueller. Carroll. Phone 3371. 51-237-2tp WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helres Electric. 51-197-tfo GIANT 15 CTJ. FT. CORONADO home freezer . . . $199.95. Only $5.00 down. Gambles. 51-111-tfc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED—COMPLETE COITUS OF Dully Times Herald issued Wednesday, July 8, 1959. Will pay 25c each tor first four copies brought to office. Daily Times Herald. 53-238-2tp For Sale 55 FOR SAUi: lOVKKCiHKKN- SHKUBS, must move nursery. East of Luke- wood on north shore of Blackhawk Lake, Lake View, Iowa, Sunday _p.m._Oct. llth. 55-138-ltp FOR SALE: 2 1200 HO. NEW SPEE- ciy corn cribs, Also heavy 2 ft. drag tunnels. Conklin Lumber, Templeton, Iowa. 55-237-3tc FOR 8ALK: K ALTO SAXAI'HONE, excellent condition. Dial 3095. FOU SALE: NEW GAS FURNACE, .150,000 BTU. Space heater, 60,000 BTU. Dial 3297. 55-228-tfc For Rent shire boars. Lepto nnd Hangs 57 tested, cholcru vatTinated. Big individuals. Kenneth Peters. Arcadia low it. , 41-223-ltc ItOOMS JSriTAHLE FOR AIT. OH office above Kisgens. Phone 335(j. 57-237-3tp NOTICE THE HI-WAY CAFE Will Be. Closed for Three Weeks Beginning OCTOBER 12 FOR REMODELING Mrs. Ethel Clark, Mgr. ti-237-2tc Tuesday, Nov. 2* -WUllam Dorplng naus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Vi mile west. Wleland and Tigges, Aucts. November J5 - Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, 1V4 miles East of Dedham. Wleland. Irlbeck & Tigges, Aucts. Nov. 30—Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and % West of Lldderdale 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, V6 mile east and Mt mile south. Or 2 miles north, 2V4 east and Vt mile south of Willey. Byerly and Irlbeck. Aucts. Dec. 14 — Dwight Beever, Closing Out Dairy. Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and V* mile North ol Glldden, or 4 miles East and V« mile South of Willey. Boss, Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dec. 15 Jo« 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 Wledertn. Closing Out Sale. 1V 4 miles west of Mt. Carmel. or 2 miles east, 2 south. V4 east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. GYMNAST PERFORMS A blind gymnast, Eddie Motter, performed for Kuemper High School students Friday morning at an 8:30 assembly. He was introduced by the Rev. Leo Lenz, superintendent and principal, and accomplished feats of tumbling, ball bars and stands. Motter is a graduate of U.C.L.A., where he was high point man in gymnastics. John Yanderheiden, owner and manager of John Vanderheiden's Moving, is meeting with key executives of North American Van Lines, Inc., and the Biddle Advertising Company, in Kansas City this week. for a King-Size Buy at mouse-size price, shop the value-packed Times Herald Want Aa section. Everybody's looking in the Want Ads for today's best buys. Read them for profit! Use them for results! DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald tor said. Further comparisons of the incorporated districts shows Lanesboro at $62.002 compared to $58.^64 last year; Lidderdale down to $35 from $36.3^8; Breda $29.109 compared to $28.224; Arcadia at $R6.628 compared to $54.114; Carroll up to $60.524 compared to $55.547 last year; Glldden down to $63.171 from $64.78; Ralston down to $48.81 from $49.954; Willey down to $21.513 from $21.584; Halbur up to $29.053 from $19.559; Templeton down to $38.184 from $38.491; and Dedham down to $52.491 from $54.753 last year. In the school districts several changes are noted with Carrollton being split between the Glidden- Ralston and Coon Rapids community schools, part of Washington Township becoming part of the Manning Community school, and Ewoldt township becoming part of the new Manning district. Following are the school tables: Lohrville Comm. Jasper, 52.774, £2.842; Lake City Comm. Jasper, 56.131, 52.676; Glidden-Ralston Comm. Jasper, 51.172, 50.080; Lake City Comm. Sheridan, 55.608, 52.089; Boise Ind. — Sheridan, 23.923, 22.433; Lincoln Ind. — Sheridan, 24.245, 23.324; Granville Ind. — Sheridan 23.420, 23.491; Center Ind. — Sheridan, 32.358, 30.551; Buck Run Ind. — Sheridan, 34.472, 25.515; PrairieviUe Ind. — Sheridan, 41.569, 39.181; Storm Creek Ind. — Sheridan, 29.552, 26.504;. Kniest Twp., 20.482, 20.469; Breda Ind. — Kniest, 19.587, 21.794; Breda Ind. — Wheatland, 19.087, 21.- 2ft4; Wheatland, 19.087, 19.078; Wall Lake Comm. — Wheatland, 45.387, 48.801; Ar^We-Va Comm. — Wheatland, 43.358, 40.121; Arcadia Twp., 19.087, 19.078; Ar - We - Va Comm. — Arcadia, 43.358, 40.121; Maple River Ind. — Arcadia, 19.087, 19.078; Maple River Twp., 19.520, 19.519; Carroll Ind. — Maple River, 45.781, 44.178; Carroll Ind. — Grant, 45.704, 44.012; Grant Twp., 31.163, 25.298; Glidden-Ralston Comm. — Grant, 50.730, 49.540; Glidden-Ralston Comm. den, 50.844, 49.504; Glidden-Ralston Comm. — Richland, 51.576, 49.265; Coon Rapids Comm. — Richland, 66.631, 63.499; Carrollton Consolidated — Richland, Out, 35.600; Willey Ind. — PL V., 19.087, 19.078; Lake View Ind. — PI. V., 29.432, 30.011; Mt. Pleasant Ind. — PI. V., 19.087, 19.078; Maple Grove Ind. — PI. V, 19.087, 19.078; Webster Ind. — PI. V., 44.099, 37.885; Carrollton Consolidated PI. _V., Out, 35.600; Glidden-Ralston Comm. — PI. V., 50.374, New this year; Roselle Twp., 19.555, 19.078; Washington Twp., 19.579, 23.395; Ar-We-Va Comm. — Wash., 43.850, 40.602; Manning Comm. — Wash., 61.845, New this year; Manning Comm. — Ewoldt, 61.796, New this year; Ewoldt Twp., Out, 40.438; Manning Ind. — Ewoldt, Out, 47.380; Eden Twp., 23.072, 23,021; Templeton Ind. — Eden, 21.534, 20.463; New- on Twp., 27.329, 25.390; Coon lapids Comm. — Newton, 66.100, New this year; Carrollton Consolidated — Newton, Out, 35.600; Dedham Ind. — Newton, 44.144, 45.541; •.idden-Ralston — Newton, 51.045, 'Jew this year; Coon Rapids Comm. — Union, 68.780, 66.641; Carrollton Consolidated — Union, Out, 38.742. HELLO OUT THERE . . . Seem- Ingly trapped between the glati of a fence In Memphis, Tenn., Fritz, a year-old boxer, Is actually standing sentry duty. He hns his own "porthole" through which he watches life go by. Auxiliary Will Make Survey for Scholarships Mrs. 0. A. White. president of the Maurice Dunn Unit. American L«i?ion Auxiliary, announces that I the organization will a^ain make a | «urvey to lorafe Children of deceased war veterans eligible for benefits under the War Orphans Education Act. A similar survey last year resulted in many thousands of eligible young people being informed of this scholarship aid. The Junior GF Bill will provide educational opportunities for over ISO,000 children of veterans who died in or as a result of service in the armed forces of the U.S. A maximum of 36 months training and education may be obtained with payments of $110 per month upon completion of each month of full-time training. Detailed information on the Bill can be obtained from Mrs. Frank Fister, Education Chairman of the Maurice Dunn Unit. The Auxiliary has placed a copy of the America Legion's Educational handbook "Need a Lift" in the Carroll Public Library, Carr o 11 High School and Kuemper High School. It contains the names of college and vocational school scholarships for qualified high school students which are available to young people, generally, and not specifically to children of veterans. "Act Now," is the watchword of the Auxiliary in advising young people wishing to further their education after high school gradua- tlon. Mrs. White urges pupils to consult their high school principals at once regarding available scholarships, stating. "The earlier such information is acquired, the better is the opportunity to obtain educational aids". I WHAT CONTRABAND LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Brigitte Bardot may be a movie star to most folks, but to convicts at the Nebraska Penitentiary, she's con- raband. Explaining to the State ardon Board a rule infraction for which he had been cited, an inmate aid he had been caught with con- raband in his' cell — a pin-up pic- ure of Brigitte. Regents Turn SUI Fuss Over to Athletic Board IOWA CITY (AP) - The State Board of Regents tossed the touchy controversy over State University of Iowa football coach Forest Evashevski and athletic director Paul Brechler back to the university's athletic board Friday. After a closed meeting lasting an hour and a half, the regents announced they had adopted a resolutiong turning the fuss over to the Board in Control of Athletics. Glid- The athletic board earlier had set up a meeting for next Thursday night to discuss the situation with Evashevski. The resolution directed Harvey Davis, provost and acting president of the university, to make a report to the regents on the athletic board's meeting with Evashevski. "The Board of Regents will have the right to review the action of the athletic board if they are not satisfied with what is done next Thursday night," said Harry Hagemann, chairman ol the regents. Hagemann said he was "not trying to imply that we will be dissatisfied," ^ but only to say that the regents are keeping in touch with the situation. Evashevski precipitated the controversy when he informed Provost Davis and the Board in Control of Athletics last Friday that he will resign at the end of his present contract in 1963. Speculation arose almost immediately that friction between Evashevski and Brechler had prompted the announcement. The I Club,, an^ organization of fans and followers of Hawkeye athletics, demanded that Brechler resign. Evashevski said he thought the I Club action was ill advised. But in a letter to the club Thursday he said he had found working conditions "intolerable" within the athletic department. He declined to explain what he meant by "intolerable." The regents held a closed meeting Thursday night in which several possible courses of action to resolve the fuss were discusse'd. One of these was that Evashev- • TV(Continued from Page I) 0,000 CARDS A YEAR BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP) -Harris diller, 77, estimates he sends 20,- XX) birthday cards a year. He tarted sending them daily 10 years go after a fellow hospital patient was saddened by a birthday no one emembered. Lego I Notices In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Carroll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WI1X TATE OF IOWA, arroll Count ro ALL WHO ORIGINAL IT MAY. CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That n Instrument in writing, purport- ng to be the last will and testament f Anton A. Klocke, Deceased, wag tils day produced, opened and read y the undersigned, and that I have Ixed Tuesday, the 20th day of Oo ober, 1959, at 9 o'clock a. m. at ic Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of Bald Court hereto affixed, this 24th duy of September, 1959. ALFRED J. KLOCKE (SEAL) Clerk District Court. By Muriel Rutten, Deputy. Sept. 25; Oct. 2, 9. 1859. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, SB. No. 7777 lAiWll WVUllVJ't 3O. ilV. I f I i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as executrix of the estate of J. A. Schroeder, deceased, late ol Carroll County, All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. STELLA M. SCHROEDER, Executrix. LE1GHTON A. WEDERATH, Attorney. Dated September 34, 1969. ALFRED J. KLOCKE, Clerk District Court. Sept 20; Oct. 2, 9, 1959. ' ski be taken out from under Brechler's supervision, and also the supervision of the Board in Control of Athletics. But William Reid, assistant commissioner of the Big Ten Conference, said when contacted in Chica^'a that removing Iowa football from the supervision of the athletic board would be a violation of Big Ten rules. Reid added that the conference has not "as yet" undertaken any investigation of the Iowa situation. Evashevski and Brechler are at odds over certain athletic department policies. Among proposals discussed by the regents at their meeting Thursday night to help clear the air were to reduce Brechler's salary from the present $18,500 a year to $16,500, and to combine the positions of athletic director and football coach. TIME TO THINK MILWAUKEE (AP) — The exclamation, "Oh, for heaven's sake," meant a sentence of 30 days in jail for Harold Harris, an attorney. The contempt of court sentence was ordered by District Judge Frank Gregorski when Harris blurted out the comment as one of his clients was fined $150 for drunken driving. that he also hoped to protect himself and the program. Taken Over By NBC "Tic Tac Dough" was taken over by NBC in May, 1957, Felsher said, and the network took control from Barry and Enright in September, 1958. Felsher testified as House investigators awaited word on whether Charles Van Doren, big money quiz show winner, would accept their challenge to testify on alleged rigging of TV programs. Van Doren, who won prominence as a $129,00 winner on the now defunct .show Twenty-One, volunteered Tuesday to repeat under oath his statement that he was never assisted in any form and has no knowledge of any assistance having been given to any other contestant. But he made no reply to a pointed invitation that he appear before a House subcommittee investigating the quiz shows, and he later told a newsman he had no comment whatsoever on the hearings, which go Mo an indefinite recess after today's session. Suspended The National Broadcasting Co. suspended him Thursday from duties as a consultant and performer under a $50,000-a-year contract signed after his Twenty-One triumph. NBC said the suspension was effective "pending a final determination of the current congressional Investigation of quiz programs." Testimony of other Twenty-one contestants that the show was fixed did not accuse Van Doren of taking part In the fakery. But one contestant, Herbert Stempel, swore that he himself was coached and was told when ties with Van Doren would occur and was finally directed to lose to Van Doren. Crash- (Continued from Page 1) a few hours after the crash to begin compiling a list of the dead. They said they would have to work mostly by process of elimination. A total of 86 girls had gone to New York for the evening to see the Archibald M a c L e i s h play "J.B." on Broadway. Two buses headed back for Trenton after the show. Poe's truck was one of two owned by Paint & Oil Delivery Co. of Long Island City, N.Y. They were headed for Philadelphia to pick up cargoes of linseed oil. The lead bus made it through a changing light. The second bus with Nini at the wheel slowed for the red signal in a steady downpour. Behind Poe's truck was the second truck, driven by William McNeeley of Brooklyn. He told police Poe was doing about 35 miles an hour when he plowed into the bus. Retail sales of room air conditioners are expected to total between 1,600,000 and 1,750,000 units this year — an 18 to 30 per cent increase over 1958. Air conditioner manufacturers invested 7 per cent more advertising in daily newspapers in the first six months of this year than in Early Readings in Iowa Freezing, Below By The Associated Press Temperatures dropped to near or below freezing over all of Iowa early Friday under generally fair skies. The mercury tumbled to 28 degrees at Sioux City, 29 at Spencer, 31 at Des Moines. and Council Bluffs, and 32 at Lamoni. Davenport was the wannest, with an overnight low of 37 degrees. Fridays highest temperatures were due to be from the mid 40s in the north to the mid 50s in the south. Davenport had Thursday's high, 60 degrees, before the cold front moved into that part of the stale. Sioux City had a top reading of only 42 degrees. The outlook was for Saturday morning temperatures to bo from 34 to 44 degrees, to be followed by higher temperatures and some scattered shower* m western I Iowa.

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