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October 15, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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FILL IN YOUR GROCERY LIST With These LANGE'S DAIRY PRODUCTS W.C. Smith Speaker For F. 6. Meeting Wayne C. Smith, sales director of the Farm Bureau insurance companies, will be guest speaker at the Carroll County Farm Bureau's annual meeting Thursday, Oct. 22. at the Starline Ballroom here. A ham supper will be served cafeteria style between 6:30 and :30. A feature of the business meeting will be the reading and adoption of 59 resolutions, the result of an "opinionnaire" distributed through the membership earlier this year. During the meeting, a secretary, treasurer and voting delegate will be elected, as well as seven township directors. Prizes will be distributed among the members — snow tires, anti-freeze, lubrication equipment for the men and a portable mixer, picnic case and an electric can opener for the worn en. A quartet will provide the en tertainment. The committee in charge of ar rangements is headed by Floyd Schlorholtz of Carroll, chairman, and includes Roger Snyder of Lanesboro, Elmer Nees of Arcadia and Lawrence Krause Jr. of Lanesboro. They will have a meeting Saturday "night to complete their plans. Mr. Smith attended Iowa State University, graduating from the State University of Iowa. He has served as a division sales manag er for Maytag Co., and has been with the Farm Bureau since 1953 He serves on various insurance committees and lives in Des Moines. FOR THE HUNTERS CHICAGO (AP) —To make sure a deer hunter blowing his nose with a white handkerchief isn't mistak en for the tail-end of a white tai deer, a cleansing tissue manufac turer has brought out a "hunters pack of red tissues. Ike Praises Theme Of Press Week Has Denied Help Given on TV Quiz Didn't Know About Subpoena, VajiDoren Says Wayne Smith Cornelius Gallagher Exhibits at Omaha (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Cornelius Gallagher, Westside, was one of the group of Crawford County 4-H members to exhibit at the Ak-Sar- Ben Livestock Show in Omaha. He showed two calves, a Hereford and an Angus, and received blue ribbons on both. The county calf group received a purple ribbon. A purple ribbon was also won by the Crawfofd 4-H members for care of their aisles and stalls. In the cattle judging contest Cornelius placed sixth out of approximately 200 in the individual scoring. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jans and family were among guests of Mr. Johannes Schroeder of Manning Friday evening in honor of his birthday. Mrs. Conrad Schoessler accompanied her mother, Mrs. Len Powers of Vail, to.Iowa City, where they visited Mr. Powers who had been hospitalized there. Mr. Powers was to undergo surgery Friday. Mrs. Lloyd Freese and Mrs. Ar- 10 Gottsch are attending a six- week course on cake decorating at the home of Mrs, McGrath in Manning. The weekly sessions are conducted by Mrs. Ernest Ahrenholtz,^ Buck Grove. WASHINGTON (AP)—Zeal and accuracy in the nation's newspapers are needed to "make history move steadily frfrward in the direction of freedom and justice,"j President Eisenhower says. In a statement issued for the 20th annual observance of Na- t'.onal Newspaper Week, which begins today, the President, 'said: "Your newspaper—freedom's textbook" is a "fine theme for this year's observance. To me, it stands for the hopes and achievements of American journalism. "As our editors report the daily affairs of their communities with zeal and accuracy, they help to supply our citizens with the lessons of history, together with the information which is required to make history move steadily for- NEW YORK (AP)—"I really did not know of the great interest you I had in me until yesterday — and j here I am today which is as soon ; as it was humanly possible for me to meet with you." It. was Charles Van Doren speaking. The 33-year-old English instructor appeared in public Wednesday to accept a'subpoena to testify Nov. 2 before a House subcommittee. ward in the direction of freedom and justice. "I am delighted to add my best wishes for the success of National Newspaper Week." FIREMEN TO RESCUE NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Two- year-old Rosemary Offutt wiggled her thumb and the fire department came to her rescue. She had caught the digit, in a tin can. The subcommittee has heard testimony that NBC's now defunct Twenty-One show, (ho program o;i which Van Doren scored heavily, was rigged. The subpoena, issued last Fri- aay, summons Van Doren to tell how he won $12<),000 on 14 appearances in l95fi-57. At a tumultuous news conference, Van Doren said he "was so distressed by the events of the previous days" that he took week's leave from his leaching post at Columbia University and had been on a trip lo New England "to gather my thoughts." Van Doren, reading from a hand-written statement on yellow paper, apologized for what he called "my apparent aversion" to the press for the last several days. But he refused lo discuss his quiz show earnings in advance of his scheduled appearance in Washington. 6 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Oct. 15, 1959 The subpoena, issued last Friday, summons him to tell how he won $129,000 on NBC's now defunct Twenty-One show in 1956-.^. Rep. Orcn Harris (D-Ark), chairman of the investigation, had charged Van Doren with dodging the subpoena. But Van Doren said in his statement that the first he knew of the order was Monday night and that he then made himself available. He said he was distressed last week when NBC suspended him as a $50,000-a-year network consultant pending the outcome of the investigation. He got the job after his TV appearances. In testimony before a New York County grand jury last year Van Doren denied getting help while a contestant. He repeated this later by telegram to the Washington subcommittee. However, he declined to reaffirm these statements. The committee also plans; to hear testimony about CBb s $64,000 Question, first of the b*S- money quiz programs. A statement, by counsel Robert \V Lishman in Washington that the subcommittee has information that the show was rigged brought a flood of statements from former participants on thai program. ajjj a companion show, the $M.OOO Challenge. Among defenders of the first .how were former contestants Tom Kane of Buffalo N.Y., and Mvrt Power of Buford. Ga. Kane said, "To my knowlcdse jhe shows I appeared on were absolutely beyond reproach. Mis Power said, "If somebody had been giving out the anjverji wouldn't have slopped at $32.000. t W Till Th Drivers in 3 Accidents to Be Required to Take Tests DES MOINES (AP)-The StAe Safety Department said Thursday that a driver involved in _tnree traffic accidents within a short period of time will be requiredTo take a complete driver's license examination. In announcing the change in department policy, Brian Connell, director of the safety responsibility division, said that 56,674 Iowa drivers had points assigned to their driving records during the first nine months of this year. The depart m e n t previously called in drivers for examination after three chargeable accidents Connell said the new policy takes he chargeability element out of consideration. Both the driving and written ;ests will be given a driver called in, he said. Failure to pass either test means loss of the license, Connell added. The tests may be taken again upon request. During the nine-month period, Connell said, the • department assessed 245,442 points and suspended 3,367 licenses. He said the most common point violations were speeding, stop signs or signals and failure to yield the right of way. All are worth four points. If. a driver accumulates 10 bad driving points his license is subject to suspension. Carroll Creamery Company She needs an ELECTRIC diyer! This business of hanging up every single piece of wash can be mighty monotonous, especially if there's a baby in the ]§me. You just NEVER get through! The smart and modern way to keep up with the family's need for fresh clean clothes is an ELECTRIC clothes dryer. You need an ELECTRIC dryer for round-the- clock service, rain or shine. 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