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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 1 Announcements 6! Business Services CARD OF THANKS Up All to 28 words over 25 words.- $1.50 -60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch Additional insertions — -*1.60 -Sl.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 d. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word ...... - 6 cents , ...... Three days, per word Six days, per word 15 cents 24 cents Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with erateful hearts toward neighbors, relatives and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy Jt nd thought fulness will always lip remembered. We extend special thanks to the Carroll police force, ,.|ty employes, Fire department, the Legionnaire of the Moose, Loyal Oriler of Moose, ladies of the Moose. Lurry Jung, Mr. Twit and the Sisters and priests of St. Anthony Hospital. Those kindnesses have been deeply appreciated. v Mrs. Joseph E. Heller and Fnmlly CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the chaplains, doctors, sisters and nurses of St. Anthony hospital for my excellent rare, also relatives and friends for visits, and cards. All were greatly appreciated. Frank Bnchman 3-243-1tp CAIll) OF THANHS T wish to extend heartfoll thanks to the doctors, sisters and nurses for their care, to the priests for masses and prayers, and to my friends for floral gifts, spiritual bouquets, cards and visits received during my illness at St. Anthony Hospital. Louise Flnrencourt 3-243-1tc Announcements 6 DIAL 363B FOB FRESH CUT FLOW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc TV ANTENNA ANT) ROTOR RE- pair.—Call 9513 we'll fix It. promptly and reasonably. We service all makes of television. V. 6-240-6tc Loans 12 PEllSONAJL I-OANS UP TO gfiOO.OO. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc PERSONAL LOANM tIP TO $500— Loans and installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 \VE DO PICTURR FRAMING . Photograph's, certificates, paintings. Three-day service. Joe's 14-135-ltc PROMPT TV * RADIO SERVICE on all makes, incl. car radios Reasonable. Expert technician Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363 14-97-ltc LADIES DON'T THROW AWAY your discarded clothing, bring them to us and have rugs made out of them. Andv's Rug Shop, 1008 North Main. £>lal 3795. 14-241-3tc IS THE PICTUHK CLEAR? DON'T wait until your TV set blacks out! Now's • the time to have those minor repair or adjustments made. You will avoid the expense of major parts replacement. Call on us: Coast, to Coast. 14-240-6tc DIAL 4333 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts _JJK_ clcancr fL_ _ " 14-231-tfc S T A R~T E II, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 212(3. 14-180-tfc PIOTE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Tcalnlng School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for vour car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service, 14-222-tfc FREK SOIL TESTING SERVICE. Now is the time to test for fall and spring fertilizer needs. Farmers Grain and Lbr. Co. 14-238-6tc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lection. cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards it's ut Stone Printing Co. 1.4-125-tfc BRENNY'S FOOD SAVINGS Groceries IGA Whole Apricots, 2!i> can, 4 for $1.00 Lucky Leaf Cherry Pie Filling, No. 2 can, 1 for $1.00 IGA Peaches, 2\-t can, 3 for 79c Gold Hill Pears, 2 l .a can, 3 for _...89c IGA Grape Juice, 24-oz. bottle 29c Hi-C Orangeade, 46-oz. can, 3 for 89c IGA Kidney Beans, 303 can, 2 for 25c IGA Pork & Beans, 2Va can, 2 for 39c. Linko Peas, 303 can, 3 for 35c Linko Tomatoes, 303 can, 3 for 35c Tide, pkg. 29c G.W. Grape Jam, 2-lb. jar 35c IGA Peanut Butter, 3?i-lb. j ar „ „ $ 1.39 IGA Catsup, 14-oz. bottle .....15c IGA Elbo Macaroni, 12-oz 15c Hershey Choc. Syrup, 16-oz. 19c Baker's Cocoa, Ib. 59c Crisco, 3-lb. can 79c IGA Waffle Syrup, 32-oz 39c Betty Crocker Choc. Answer Cake Mix, 4 pkgs 89c IGA Pancake Mix, 3-lb. pkg. 35c Marlcno Olco, 5 Ibs $1.00 Sunshine Pretzels, 6-oz. 19c Nabisco Hit?., Ige. box .„ 29c Meats Fresh Bullheads, Ib 49c Tuna Wieners (meatless), Ib. 73c Fresh Home Dressed Hens, Ib _ _.29c Choice Beef Chuck Steak, Ib. 49c Frying Chickens, Ib. 33c Choice Round Steak, Ib _ 79c Wilson's Summer Sausage, Ib 59c Minced Large Bologna, Ib. ...39c Fruits £r Vegetables Jonathan Apples, bu. $2.59 Cranberries, pkg 21c Jonathan Apples, 4-lb. bag 39c Lettuce, head 19c White Potatoes, 25 Ibs ...59c Frozen Foods IGA Peach, Cherry or Apple Pies, 24-oz .:...: 39c Strawberries, '10-oz. pkg. 5 for $1.00 Raspberries, 10-oz. pkg., 5 for $1.00 Peas, Corn or French Fries, 6 pkgs $1.00 Cranberry-Orange Relish 29c Orange Juice, 6-oy,. can, 4 for 89c BRENNY'S IGA MARKET For Delivery — Phone 2286 Right Reserved to Limit Quantities "ONE DRIVE IN THE NEW 1960 PONTIAC WILL SPOIL YOU S - PEEW FOR ANYTHING SAYS: ELSE" No other car handles like a Wide-Track Pontiac No matter what make of car you now drive ... no matter what kind of car you've ever driven—you're in for an eye-opening surprise the first time you wheel a Pontiac through a Wide-Track Drive. You'll feel a solid sense of security you've never experienced before. You get flat, lean-free cornering. You hug the curves like you were part of the road. And for 1960, Pontiac adds to its exclusive Wide- Track Wheel design a supple new suspension system for a softer ride and new precision handling. Drive any car you want—at any price—then drive a Pontiac. One is ready for you right now. Come in or phone—but don't say we didn't warn you: it will make everything else seem old-fashioned. Fresh-Point-of-View PONTIAC IS60 1U1. QNIV CM WI1N WIDl-IKACH WHUIS PETERS BROS. BUICK-PONTIAC SAWS SHARPENED. O. C. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone 9405. 14-233-12tp Good Things to Eat 18 A HAPPY COMBINATION FOR A very happy meal, Paulines has fine fond, good service and air conditioned comfort. Eat out soon. Pauline's Cafe. 18-243-ltc Farm Machinery 33 Room for Rent FRIDAY EVENING MEATLESS MEAL BARGAIN • It FRIDAY EVENING SHORE DINNER BUFFET All You Want to Eat Help yourself to a tasty satisfying meatless meal served every Friday night buffet style, 6:00 to 7:45 p. m. Take all you want: SALAD, BAKED BEANS. FISH FILLETS, FRENCH FRIED POTATOES, ROLLS AND BEVERAGE. COOL AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT THE BURKE MOTOR INN DINING ROOM 18-131-ltc FRESH COUNTRY EGGS FOR sale. Dial 9711. 18-241-5tc Business Opportunities 19 FOR SAX.R: FLESHNER'S HEST- aurant. Small profitable business. Must sell before Jan. 1st account of other plans. Call 2020 Carroll or 7181 Lake City. 19-241-6tp Male Help Wanted 21 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 466, Carroll. 21-123-tfc MARRIED MAN WITH FARM EX- perience to work the year around. Excellent living quarters. Inquire in person. Dr. Chester A. Brecher, Storm Lake, Iowa. 21-242-12tc WANTED: EXPERIENCED KNIFE sharpener. Immediate employment. Apply In person. Oconia Foods Co. 21-242-Stc Female Help Wanted 22 GIRL OR LADY FOR CLERICAL and sales. Full time work In local Carroll store. Write Box F % Daily Times Herald. 22-243-3tc WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply In person. Ocoma Foods Co. 22-236-12tc DAY WAITRESS WANTED: NO Sundays, no nights. Fritz's Place, 323 No. Main. 22-240-6tc Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: ROSE COMB. GOLDEN Slfgebrelcht, Bandy Roosters, Reimun Hatchery, Arcadia, Iowa. 32-242-6tc Livestock for Sale 47 FOR SALE: PUREliltKD MILKING Shorthorn bull, 1G months old. Maurice McGrew, Ralston, Iowa. 41-243-3tc DUROCl BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOI.. era, Bangs and Leuto. At Farm 1% north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west. 3% north, Manning. 41-206-tfc LANDRAOE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Platt, Glidden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: 50 irEAD-OF PURE- bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2y 3 miles north of Aspinwall, Iowa. 41-231-tfc SPECIAL IH 230 tractor, new—below dealer tfost. Several used 2M pickers — $125 and up. 1940 used M tractor, $900. 1955 used 300 tractor. Used 1948 Oliver. Used B Farmall. Used self-propelled MH 7-ft. combine. Used Wood Bros, combine with motor. Bundt and Storesund Implement Glidden, Iowa 33-243-3lc WIPE TVPE WAGON HOIST, VERY Rood condition. Tom Madigan, Dial 2052. 33-242-21C SPECIALS: WAYNE HANOING Feeders only 52.98 each; Permanent Antl Freeze 51.90 gal. Special discount on ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelberg Imp. Co. Building Supplies 47 INSVLATE NOW WITH UOCKWOOI, Insulation. 31.07 a bag. Save up to 40% In fuel this winter. Kannc Lumber & Supply. Phone 4373. 4 (~js4X~&tC SPECIAL PRICE ON ODD SIZE window sash units. Carroll Lumber Co. 47-240-6tc PLASTIC WINDOW COVERS—31 a each. See us for all your winter needs. We install glass in your windows and doors. Dial 3248, Green Bay Lumber Co. • 47-237-tfc Household Goods 51 MODERN CLEANING INGItEDI- ents In Blue Lustre are the mildest. Leaves pile soft and bouncy. Matt Furniture Co. 51-243-ltc GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONADO Home Freezer . . . $229.95. Only !55.00 down. Gambles. 51-242-tfc THREE DRAWER CHEST OF drawers $17.00; four drawer chest of drawers, $19.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-242-2tc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED T6 BUY: USED KITCHEN 'cabinets. Phone 4418. 53-242-2tp For Sale 55 SOLID OAK PLAY PEN, LIKE new. Dial 3428. 55-243-ltp USED LUMBER FOR SALE: SHEET- Ing and dimensional lumber. Contact Superintendent at Younglove Construction. Lidderdale. 55-243-3tc 36 INCH GENERAL ELECTRIC range. 2 years old. Dial 2502. 55-243-2tc ERECTOR-RADAR SCOPE SET Reg. Price $9.98 CUT- PRICE $7.98 Cut-Price Toy House 55-243-ltC FOR SALE: NEW GAS FURNACE, 150,000 BTU. Space heater 60,000 BTU. 17 ft. Deep Freeze. Dial 3297. 55-242-tfC GOOD USED OIL BURNER. $10.00. Phone 2020, Carroll. 55-241-3tp SLEEPING ROOM FOR (URLS, PRI- vate bath. Phone 42S5. 80-243-2tr £0 Tim«t H«raM, Carroll, la. Thortday, Oct. 15, 1959 Houses for Sale 63 Flynn- FOR SALE: NEAR NEW U-BEII- room south side home. New carpeting, birch cupboards, double garage. Assume new FHA loan and save' high closing costs.u*hone 4194. 63-243-21C (Continued from Page 1' FOR SALE: LARGE HOUSE TO BE moved or wrecked, at once. McCoy Motors. 63-241-3tc FOR SALE: 5 . ROOM PARTLY modern house In Lake City. Cal Mrs. Wm. Schnable, Glidden 3482 63-241-3tr NEAR NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME one block from St. Lawrence, early possession. G. D. Prlngle, Broker 63-241-3tc FOR SALE: 2*3 tl.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choos( from. Before you buy or sell, cal us. Wllber walkup Real Estate Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc Jl'ST LISTED 2 BEDROOM HOU8F close In, separate dining room new gas furnace, owner will set on contract with small down pay< ment. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-242-2tc Houses for Rent 64 HOUSE FOR RENT: LARGE enough to use for Income property Write Box I To Times Herald. 64-243-3tc Apartment for Rent 65 VERY NICE 5 ROOM FURNISHED downstairs apartment. Avallablt Nov. 1st. John Juergens, Dial 9128. 65-243-3tc FINE fl ROOM APT. WITH HEATED garage. So. side. Phone 9627. 65-239-ltc APT. DIAL 3288. fi5-24S-3tc 2 NEWLY DECORATED S ROOM apts. Close to town. Phone 9364 or 2296. 65-241-3tc FOR RENT: LARGE THREE ROOM apt. Heat, water furnished. Dla" 3713. 65-241-tfc APT. DIAL 9703. 65-229-tfo 2-HEDROOM APT. TILE FLOORS modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-trc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 3109 65-132-tfc Apartment Wanted 66 APT. WANTED BY OLDER LADY, Prefer down stairs. Dial 4453. 66-243-3tc Farms for Sale 67 320 ACRES ON CONTRACT, priced right, low Interest rate, Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 67-243-tfc WELL IMPROVED 120 ACRE CAR- roll County farm. Can be bought on contract with excellent terms G. D. Prlngle, Broker. 67-241-4to KINNESOTA 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 Misc. Real Estate 70 LOT FOR SALE, SOUTH SIDE 10TX112& 1 Phone 2756. 70-241-3tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 1956 BUICK 4 DOOR SPECIAL dynaflow, power steering, radio heater. Good rubber, McCov Motors. 71-243-3tc FOR SALE: 19S1 BUICK SUPER Rlveria. Lot of dependable trans portatlon, low cost. Dial 2239. 71-240-3t CLOSE OUT ON 1958 MODELS. BIG Discount on all 1959 Ply. We neec the space for the 60 models. Re member all Plymouths have tor slon air ride as std. equipment Biggest savings of the year. Sto] in today. Wlttrocks. 71-234-tfi Auto Service 75 WE SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc For Rent 57 FOR RENT: OFFICE SPACE. UP- stairs across from court house. Write Box K % Daily Times Herald. 57-241-3tc Room for Rent 60 FOB BENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfc PRIVATE ROOM AND BATH FOR one or two men. Phone 3183. 60-243-3tc 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 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 SELECTOMATIC 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 88 New Ford Manure Spreader New Corn Pickers at Cut Prices SPECIAL! HURRY CMC PICK-UP WITH NEW HEIDER BOX First Good Offer Takes It! BURGESS TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. 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-tfc New Cars 76 SEE VOUB OLD RELIABLE BUICK. Pontlac dealer before you Duy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-Kc TRADE FOB A NEW '59 FOBD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa, Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc Wont Ads Pay You Cash for Your Don't Wants Legal Notices IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOB 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 of Anna Wick Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Tuesday the 10th day of November, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 14th day of October, (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court By Muriel Rutten, Deputy October 15, 22, 29, 1959 SMART Is the Word For This Gent . . . He makes quick cash through For Sale ads! He sells things he's not using to our readers for cash he CAN use. Be smart — use inexpensive Classified Ads. Phone 3573. Daily Times Herald CaUiough rpportfdly was interested in the luxury vessel. Flynn's dashing manner both on and off the screen raised the blood pressure of feminine admirers and male rivals. It also brought him headlines — headlines he said he wanted to avoid. "The search for anonymity has been my true failure," he maintained. Wed 3 Tlmcji The actor was married three times. He was separated from his current wife Patrice Wymore, who is appearing at a Washington, D.C., night club. She burst into tears when told of Flynn's death and said, "Please, I'm sorry, I can't say anything." She was to fly to Los Angeles today. Flynn's life had a storybook beginning in the Australian island state of Tasmania and the plot thickened as the years passed. His latest real-life drama took place in Cuba, where he claimet he was wounded while fighting with the forces of Fidel Castro His wound was played down by the rebels as was the extent of his activities. Flynn, however played it to the hilt and wrote a series of articles about his Cuban adventures. Made, Spent Millions He always played to his public He said he had made seven mil lion dollars as a swashbuckling actor and he enjoyed spending it "I have a great talent for spending," he said. "The public has always expected me to be a playboy, and a decent chap never iets his public down." His spending sprees took him to cafes and night clubs where the evening often ended with Flynn swinging his fists instead of a sword. He got into a Havana cafe free-for-all in 1937, was slapped by Canadian millionaire Duncan McMartin in a Nassau bar in 1954 and traded blows with such people as director John Huston columnist ' Jimmy Fidler, Dan Topping and others. Flynn was born June 29, 1909 in Hobart, Tasmania, where his father and mother were cruising on a marine biological study. His father, Prof, Theodore Thomson Flynn of Queen's College, Belfast, Ireland, was an authority on ocean life. Flynn inherited his father's love of the sea and some of his mosi famous escapades reportedly took place aboard yachts. Legends Sprouted Legends grew up of Flynn's early life. He ran away severa times, was said to have been forcibly enlisted to put down native revolt during a New Guinea gold rush and was re membered by some as an oyste pirate. His first acting was done in th South Seas. He then went to Lon don where he was seen by a War ner Brothers talent scout. Star dom came in "Captain Blood." Among his other major movies were "Green Light," "Charge o, the Light Brigade," "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex,' "Against All Flags," "Edge of Darkness," "Dive Bomber," "Objective Burma," "The Adventures of Don Juan," "The Sea Hawk,' and 'Gentleman Jim.' U. S. May Present Rival Proposal for Disarmament in U.N. By TOM HOOE UN'ITKF) NATIONS. N.Y. 'AP> —Word circulated today that the United States will present a rival arms plan when Soviet Premier i Nikit.a Khrushchev's total dis- j armament proposal goes before I the 10-nntion East-West committee in Geneva. Sources close to the U.S. delegation to the U.N. said American disarmament experts are working Quietly with the State Department | on a plan covering the whole | arms question as well as the thorny problem of adequate controls. U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge hinted some such move was afoot when he spoke in the disarmament debate before the U.N. Assembly's main Political Committee Wednesday. Lodge noted that President Eisenhower has set in motion a concentrated disarmament review which will prepare the United States to participate "constructively" in the Geneva talks, slated to open after the Assembly ends. Informants stressed that the United States will not present any arms plan before the General Assembly this session but will wait for the Geneva parley. Lodge told the Assembly that some agency such as an international police force would be necessary to preserve peace after disarmament. He recommended that the U.N. Disarmament Commission try to decide what type of force would be needed and what principles of international law should govern it. Steel- Ton tinned from P<isf*> 1> concluded its version of th< issues late Tuesday Today wa.« day of Nobel(Continued from Page 1) of medicine and head of a team of experimenters in that school, said the process involves joining small molecules into chains, like beads on a string. Ochoa's group vas believed to be the first to put them together in a chain out- ide a living organism. Built Molecules Ochoa reportedly took sub- tances from living sewage cells o build the jnolecules. The bac- eria substances are generally ailed enzymes and can facilitate omplex chemical reactions. DNA s a main component of chromo- omes and genes, the carriers of lereditary traits. In 1957, Dr. Kornberg, at that ime associated with Washington University in St. Louis reported n his team findings in the same ield at the annual meeting in Chiago of the Federation of Amerian Societies for Experimental Biology. He reported that the DNA in he test-tube appeared to be the ame as that found in all living hings. Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 — Wilfred Irlmeier, Closing )uf. Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, miles east and 314 south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and 3Vi miles outh. Wleland St Kerkhoff. Bros., ucts. Tuesday, Nov. 24--William Dorpinghaus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Va mile west Wleland and Tigges, Aucts. Nov«mb»r 2J — Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale. IVi miles East of Dedham. Wieland, Irlbeck & Tlgges, Aucts. Nov. 30 -Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 mile*'North and 94 West of Lidderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grot* and Wleland, Aucts. Dte. 1-Wm. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, V» mile east and Vt mile couth. Or 2 miles north, 2Va east and Ife mile south of WUley. Byerly and irlbecfc, Aucts. Dtc. 10 —Mrs. Bertha Hessling & Son closing out farm sale. 1 mile East and 2V4 North of Carroll or 3 miles West and 14i South of Lidderdale. Boss & Byerly, Aucts. Dtc. 14 — D wight Reever, Closi Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, miles West and Vi mile North .. Glidden, or 4 miles East and Vt mile South of WUley. BOM. Byerly & Anderson, Auct*. Dtc. 1$ Joe Danner, Closing Out Sate. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and H south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7- Dave Wtederin, Closing Out Sale. W\ miles vest of Mt. Carmel. or 2 miles east, 2 touth. V« «ait of Breda. Grote & Byerly, Aucts. Park- (Continued from Page 1) lodge of Carroll acquired the park, and changed its name to "Three Links Park." Brick and stone fireplaces were built, and other improvements were made. Boy Scouts constructed a shelter house. Fishermen, picnickers, and Scouts enjoyed the park for several years, until finally it was sold to the State Conservation Commission, which now designates it as "Rain- 3ow Bend," mistakenly thinking ;hat its name came from the curious bend in the Coon River which makes of the park area a peninsula-like piece of ground. Their representative in this area, Jack Bobenmoyer of Lake View, has kept the grass and weeds mowed. However, the shelter house has disappeared, and the fire places are broken down. River Toll Meantime, through the years, the Coon River has taken its toll at every springtime flood, that eats into the banks and inundates the- land. Last spring, the river flooded all of the park area, and covered the road. The present Calhoun County board of supervisors have not been idle, but have rip- rapped the river banks on either side with well-placed piles of rocks to fill in and support the banks The area is heavily wooded now and thick with underbrush, bul evenings and fine Sundays, from spring to fall, find many fishermen ;here with hook and line. Artesian Well An unusual feature of the park not heretofore mentioned is the ar- :esian well which pours forth con- inuously from a crude pipe ar- •angement, pure sparkling, ice- cold water. More than a year ago, he Calhoun County Conservation Commission was formed with i. E. Swanson of Lake City as strike—the longest in the industry's history. As industry manasc'rm-nf continued to give Hi*; panf:! its sidfl of the dispute, FF. C. Lumb, representing Republic Steel f'orp. discussed proposals for tighter contract provisions against wildcat strikes. Lumb conceded at the outset that the international officers of tiie Steelworkers Union have been responsive and tended to cooperate in the past in quelling sudden, unauthorized strikes while labor contracts were in force. But he snid that this has come after the damage has been done. Measure of Agreement There is a measure of agreement on the issue of wildcat strikes, Lumb sr.id, but there is disagreement over how to make contract terms applying to them effective. What the industry proposes, he said, is to provide a deterrent, and place responsibility on local unions for unauthorized strikes in their jurisdictions. In addition, Lumb said, the industry wants to make fy clear that any employe participating in a wildcat strike is subject to discharge as well as to automatic, stiff money penalties. But he said the steel companies are willing to drop the proposals for financial penalties if they get the firing feature. John Morse, Bethlehem Steel lawyer, told the fact finders that to meet sudden changes in orders the steel companies need a contract, provision entitling them to change work schedules for their employes without penalty. Morse also said steel companies need greater latitude in scheduling employe vacations. Industry Theme Industry representatives have been pounding on the theme that economies must be effected; that union demands confront the • nation with the question whether to "accept another inflationary wage increase in steel, or to go without steel." John A. Morse of Bethlehem Steel said Wednesday the industry is not adamant on how labor cost Economies desired by the mills are to be achieved. And Union President David J. McDonald said the steelworkers' economic demands also are susceptible to bargaining. On Tuesday Taylor had said it would be "a miracle of the very first order" if a settlement is achieved this week. Announcing his request for a delay in the report to the White House, he indicated he holds hope of a voluntary agreement. "Naturally our aim is to avoid filing any report at all," he told reporters. Only a settlement, or reasonably bright prospects of' one, would eliminate that necessity. Taylor said some progress has been made toward defining the strike issues. He announced there would be an unusual open session of the fact-finding board Sunday. ihairman. Among the areas in the :ounty that this commission has loted with more than ordinary in> erest is the Rainbow park area, 'he commission stands ready to ooperate with the State Conserva- ion Commission in developing it [gain into a useful recreation [round. Some of their ideas include le rebuilding of the fire places; le installing of picnic tables and enches, and the improving of the artesian well facilities by install- ng a drinking frountain, and a onvenient way of drawing water or cooking and cleaning purposes. iADGE WORK The Girl Scout leaders who are nterested in doing badge Vork l meet at 1:30 Wednesday, Oct. 1, instead of Saturday, Nov. 21, s previously announced. The work will be at the home of Mrs. . M. Tierney, who will be assist- d by Mrs. L. A. Smith. Tough Going for Idle Steel Workers PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP)—The lalf-million striking steelworkers who haven't picked up a pay check n 13 weeks are a strike-wise, resourceful lot, but their financial positions worsen as the 93-day-old dispute lengthens. What sources of income do they lave? For the great majority the answer is "none." Many of the family men in the steel mills learned long ago to start building up a cash reserve months before contract time rolls around. Then they try to stretch the reserve during the work stoppage. A few — a very few — are fortunate and find part-time jobs. In New York state, a big exception, striking workers are eligible for unemployment benefits. But New York is the only state with such legislation. For the most part the workers are shifting for themselves. The United Steelworkers international has no strike fund; it -pays the workers no benefits. Some of the union locals, with healthy reserves, make a stab at caring for proven hardship cases. In most of those cases the locals buy food in wholesale lots and distribute it to the needy. AUCTION SATURDAY, OCT. 17 12:15 O'Ctock CATTLE 36 Angus Steer and Heifer Calves. Wt. 300 to 400 24 Hereford Heifer Calves. Wt. 350 to 400 18 Hereford Steers and Heifers. Wt. 350 S.Hereford Calves Wt. 400 to 500 50 Hereford choice Sand Hill Calves Steers and Heifers Wt. 350 to 450 2 Holstein Cows 6 Hereford Heifers Wt. 500 8 Shorthorn Calves Wt. 300 to 400 HOGS 24 Stock Pigs Wt. 100 to 110 1 Hamp Boar 1 Chester White Boar SHEEP 26 Good mouth ewes Norge Electric Stove, good condition Farmers Sale Co. .