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Chicago-Bluffs Through Carroll- ^ ^ ' ' *"^ - • ' • 1 T N.W. to Drop Mail-Express Train fh« Chicagd if North Western Railway Tuesday said it plans to discontinue operatton of an over- night mail and express train between Chicago. 111., and Council Bluffs. th* angel said *t* yotif Resistol r&ttty ** comfortable as my halo?" J«MiM«d lultiii contains insUnlly... eomfortibly. HO OTHED HIT H»S IV W« don't know what the man in the ad answered —but we do know what our customers are saying about RESISTOL "SELF-CONFORMING" hat comfort... Every word is praise and every Resistol hat wearer is coming back. This we like — and you'll like it too once you've worn a smart and comfortable RESISTOL ?8 95 The railroad said it would ask for Interstate Commerce Commission authority to discontinue the train, operating so far this year at a loss of more than $1,800 a day. A plan by the Railway Express Agency to use other means of handling its express shipments along the route was given as the principal reason for the request. The train — known as No. 5 westbound — leaves Chicago at 9:30 p.m., arriving at Council Bluffs at 8:50 .a.m. Known as No. 6 easttywnd, it leaves Council Bluffs at 9 p.m., arriving at Chicago at 7:45 a.m. Iowa cities served include Clinton, Cedar Rapids, Marshalltown, Ames, Boone, Jefferson, Carroll, Missouri Valley and Council Bluffs. "The diversion of the express business, which last year constituted 55 per cent of the train's rev enues, makes it pointless to continue the operation," said J. R. Brennan, executive assistant, North Western Railway. Brennan, while in Des Moines Tuesday, said that last year the train operated at a loss of $1,136,911. Although primarily an express train, it also handles mail en route and has one passeng e r coach. Average passenger load westbound is 20 persons per trip, and 13 passengers eastbound, said Brennan. ' Brennan said the post office d partment has advised the railroad that should the train be dicontin- ued it has plans to furnish equivalent or better service by other means to communities along the route. Chris Tadsen Back in Hospital (Time* Herald NBWH Servlee) WALL LAKE — Chris Tadsen returned to the Veteran's Hospital in Omaha Sunday evening after spending the weekend in the Magnus Tadsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Bedel and Mrs. Louise Schultz attended the funeral of James Ashbrook, 35, at the Lutheran Church in Pomeroy Monday afternoon. Burial was in the cemetery near Boyer. Survivors include his wife and three small daughters. Mrs. Ashbrook is the former Dorothy Stehr, daughter of August Stehr of Odebolt and the late Mrs. Stehr. She is Mrs. Schultz's granddaughter and Mrs. Be- dels niece. tt. W*dn«td«y, Oct. 14, 9 KNIGHT LIFE . . . Aspiring beyond merely looking at a king, this cat has his eye on knighthood in Chesnlngton, England. He found a fine perch In an old suit of armor. Charlestons With Gov. Hodges- Girl, 15, Crashes Dixie Governor's Conference ASHEVtLLE. N.C. AP) - « pretty Janice Smiley lives to be a hundred she'll never forget the Southern governors conference. Most of the governors won't forget her either. Janice, 15 and cute as a bunny in her plaid longies and white sweat shirt, stole the show at the meeting of the Southern chief executives. Bouncing all over the place, she kidded the heads of state. She mad* faces at Gov. Luther H. Kodges of North Carolina, who mugged back. Then she persuaded Hodges to dance the Charleston with her. She threatened to shovie Gov. Orval E. Faubus of Arkansas off a precipice. She won an invitation to be « house guest at the home of Delaware Gov. Caleb Boggs and his daughter Marilu, 13. Her animated chatter brought smiles to the politicos. Most of them thought she was another governor's daughter or granddaughter. Truth is, Janice had never be(ore met a real IJVP governor. Her daddy is manager of a clothing store. Another truth is that crashed the bigtime meeting. More than anything else men's! In live, sir, and rlo you know—" i Gov. Patterson later admitted. Janice • she completely snowed me That's quite a 1 sharp young lady. she wants to be on the staff of the Lee Edwards High School newspaper. Her teacher laughingly told her it might help if she'd wait outside the governors' hotel and interview one of them. So Janice trotted into the .swank Grove Park Inn Monday and strode up to Alabama Gov. John Patterson. "This," she said to a friend, "i« my cute li'l ol« governor from Alabama and that's where I used Hodges accepted her dare te <f* th<» Charleston. "\ had no idea I could de it,** said Hodges. "Golly, you're rMl cool," Janice. CALL THE POLICE! SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - IfM* Shp. mentio/ied some prominent people in Birmingham." The Alabama vtovnrnor doesn't quite know how it happened, but. he invited Janice to come to a big, funfest, reception, banquet and j hers of * male chorus in a dance that night, at which North s t re l show returned to their dc«a«Carolina was the host. It. was at a Mf. Mitchell luncheon that she persuaded Gov. Hodges and other chief executives to "live it up a little" by rlanrinjf on a handstand. ing room to find that the of their street clothes had been rifled. That was bad eitough, but even worse considering who ipfla* sored the show — the Police Athletic League. Legal Notices NOTICE OF HEARING AND ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDDERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ADDITION TO THE CITY MAINTENANCE GARAGE TO BE ERECTED IN CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA. Notlco In hereby given that In the Council Chamber* In the City Hall at 8:00 o'clock P.M. on the 4th day of November, 1959. the City Council of the City of Carroll, Iowa, will hold a hearing on the construction of an addition to the City Maintenance Garage to be erected In Carroll, Iowa, and Sealed bids for the construction of an addition to the City Maintenance Garage to be erected In Carroll, Iowa, will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Carroll, until 8:00 P.M. Nov. 4, 1959 In the City Hall in said city, at which time and place all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. All bids submitted shanl be made on prepared Form of Proposal, attached to and made a part of the Contract Documents. Bids shall be enclosed In sealed envelopes, marked with the name of the bidder and the division of the work bid upon. I Separate bids shall be submitted according to the following listed classification of the work: 1. General Construction The Contract Documents are on file at the City Hall, Carroll. Iowa, and may be secured from Malwurm- Wlegman, Architects, 612 Third Avenue South, Fort Dodge. Iowa. A deposit of $15.00 per set will be re- products and provision* prown and coal produced within State of Iowa, and preference will be given to Iowa domestic labor. The City Council reserve* the right to consider the experience and responsibility of Bidder in determining whlcn Prosposal It deems to be at"ts best Interest and may defer acceptance of any bid for a period not to exceed 30 days, pend- ng necessary details. All bids shall be accompanied by j. certified check payable to the Incorporated City of Carroll. Iowa, n the sum of 5% of the bid* and an agreement to execute a surety bond to the Incorporated City of Carroll, Iowa, conditional for the faithful performance of the contract and for the fulfillment, of such other requirement as shall be required by "aw. The City Council reserve* the right to reject any or all of the jlds received. Dated at Carroll, Iowa thi* 12th day of October, 1959. f. J. Kerwln, City Clerk. Oct. 14, 21, 1959 . uired for General drawin gs. be All ontract Documents shall be returned to the Architects with in a specified time after bid opening and deposit will be refunded. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will he glven__to Invite you to see most distinguished motorcars ,7?HE FINEST, LINCOLN t ^ YEARS-' ' 0 Enjoy the "tww car" deganw < of itie luxurious new Lincoln motorlne/ disfinction and pleasure" await you 'in lincoln for 1940, New "town car" eleganc*, enhances Lincoln's endwr* ing be«uty~-and new luxury fs- reflected in every <j*f»0c» pf its hand«owe interiors, It is the finest Lincoln in forty years. its tim*low beaufy, H$ ricj> appointment* and' magnificent the UtK'ofrt^ConHnWgl hfl* «(woys b*en considered q cul above ony plher «gr In America. And the newest h the mart Iw^vriou* motenw of pit. Plan to inspect it won. J Vuit our showrooms soon to inspect these two great motorcars HOULIHAN MOTORS Corner of Highway 71 and 3rd St. - Carroll, Iowa NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIXES STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7T79 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been appointed and qualified as executrixes of the estate of Walter J. Wegner deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claim* against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Veronica Wegner Irene Christy Executrixes M. R. Tan Cretl, Attorney Dated October 13. 1959 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court Oct. 14, 21. 28. 1959 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIXES STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. T786 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified as Admlnistra trlxes of the estate of Mary .pster holt deceased, late of Carroll' Coun ty. All person* indebted to .said «» tale are requested to make immed late payment; and those having claims against the same will pre»en them, duly authenticated, to the un derslgned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Emma Vanderheiden Frances Bruning, Administratrixes Meyers & Tan Creti, Attorney Dated October 13, 1959 Alfred J. Klock* Clerk District Court Oct. 14, 21, 28, 1959 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE—PROOF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament or .Joseph Willenborg Deceaied, wa* this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 9th day of No vember, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m at the Courthouse in Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof in re latlon thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 13th day of October, 1959. (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court October 14, 21, 28, 1959 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRICES STATE OF IOWA. CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7796 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed ana qualified a* Admlnls Iratrices of the estate of Mike Tes- sandori deceased, late of Carol County. All persons indebted to laid estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Louise Tesiandor Joy Tessandor L. A. Wederath, Attorney Dated October 6, 1989 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court Oct. 7, 14. 21, 1959 OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF CARROLL COUNTY, IOWA: Notice la hereby given that Railway Express Agency, Inc., New York, New York, has made application to the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 325, The Code 1988, at amended, for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of freight moving In express service on express billing between the East line of the State at Clinton, Iowa, to the Weit line of the State at Council Bluffs, Iowa and between Council Bluffs. Iowa and the North line of the state; and between Iowa Falls, Alden, Jewell and Radcllffe over the route* set out in the application, serving points and places where applicant presently ha* agents on the Chicago and North Western Railway Com£ any railroad In Clinton, Cedar, inn, Benton, Tama, Marshall, Story, Boone, Greene, Carroll. Crawford, Harrison, Pottawattamle, Monona, Woodbury, Plymouth, Sioux, O'Brien, Osceola, Hardin and Hamilton Counties, Iowa. The Commission fixed Tuesday, October 27, 1959, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at the office of the Commission, De> Moines, Iowa as time and place for publlce hearing on this application. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughei, Chairman Ray H. Thompson, Commliiioner Bernard J. Martin, Commissioner ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, September 29, 1959. Docket No. H-4734 Oct. T, M, 19W YOU'LL SAVE MORE GOOD LOOKING, FAMOUS QUALITY WINTER JACKETS AT AMAZING LOW PRICES! 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