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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS to 25 words_ _fl.SO AM over 25 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch . $1.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 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 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER 6 cents ,15 cents 24 cent* One day, per word Three days, per word Six days, per word_ W\x%XNrf i ^"SrfN*^^N*VfN - rv^. Announcements DON'T DESPAIR! NO NEED TO miss favorite T.V. programs. Let our experts fix your set. Dependable, prompt, reasonable. For sure-to-satisfy service call 9513. Sporrer's T.V. 6-246-6tc TOY PARADE PARTIES ARE FUN Invite your friends and neighbors by inviting thetn to do their Christmas shopping in your home, and select your own Free Toys from 171 choice toys. For further Information contact HAZEL MONTHEI Jefferson, nt 4, Box 82 Loans 12 PRODUCTION MONEY TO LOAN If you wish to buy 50-500 head of rattle or sheep and hnvt» the feed to feed thorn, we have the money to loan. Write Box C '"a Dnilv Times Herald. 12-246-3tp PERSONAI, LOANS TIP~TO $(500.00. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service. Cn.rn.ili. 12-209-ltc PERSONAJj LOANS tJP TO $BO(luL Loans and installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods, S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Instruction 13 TJ.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! MEN, women, 38-52. Start high as S9F>.OC week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of .lobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free Information on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write Todnv! Lincoln Service, Pekln 4 Illinois. 13-246-atp Business Services 14 WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT, NEW yet old fashioned, Pigment; 85% White lead,'15% Titanium. Joe's __Pa 1 nt Center. l 4 :!^ 3 ^^ 0 T.V. SET REPRESENTS A big investment. Don't tinker with it! Instead, call us. It's routine business for us to remedy all makes of T.V. troubles. For jguar- anteed service call Coast to Coast. 14-246-6tc DIAL 4SSS FOB THE BEST EN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do white Shirts HR Cleaners. 14-231-tfc STABTEB, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc COMPLETE TV ft RADIO SERVICE on all makes, incl. car radios^, Prompt, Reasonable. Qualified technician, Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-96-tfc PETE HAS JUST RETUKNED 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 GREETING CARDS— LARGEST SE lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards it's at Good Things to Eat 18 CAKMEL YOUR OWN APPLES AND save! 10 Ibs. Jonathan apples, $1.00. One Ib. bag Kraft Carmels at no extra cost. All for only $1.00, Charley's Place. 18-247-3tc COMHLEH OR RED POTATOES, dry, good for winter keeping, 100 Ib. bag $2.79. Brenny's Market. 18-248-ltc ANITA AUCTION CO. LAST WEEK: 325 Sheep, 508 Hogs, 703 Cattle Thursday, Oct. 22, 1:00 p. m. 500 to 600 HOGS - 150 to 200 SHEEP Our hog receipts are holding at a seasonal average and quality has been exceptionally good. We expect an average run of choice local pigs and stocks hogs for this week. Wet sows, piggy sows and boars. Fat lambs, feeder lambs, bred and open ewes. Friday, Oct. 23, 1:00 p. m. 800 to 900 CATTLE We will have 300 to 400 choice Hereford steer calves, mostly in heavy, rugged weights and the good doing kind. Also 100 light weight Hereford calves of the same high quality. 100 choice, Angus steer and heifer calves, 400 to 450 Ibs • 50 choice Angus yearling steers, 600 Ibs.; 100 good and choice yearling Hereford steers, 600 to 700 Ibs.; 50 fleshy Hereford and Angus steers, wt., 850 and choice quality. 200 or more odd lot calves, yearlings, cows, bulls, veals and butcher cattle. ' ; All cattle sold by the pound and weighed as they leave the sale ring. o We believe buyers will find our good stocker cattle selling from $1.50 to $4.00 per cwt. lower than comparable cattle in the larger auctions in Iowa and western markets. Come to Anita every Thursday and Friday for your neteds in replacement livestock. Tune KJAN, Atlantic (1220) at 11:05 a. m., every Thursday and Friday. W. E. Young, Ph. 422, Exira—Barn Phone 27 Jack Reed, Ph. 202, Anita 41-248-ltc STOCKER & FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, OCT. 23 Starting at 1:00 P. M. 4000 CATTLE 4000 Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings SPECIAL—18 car loads of choice Colorado yearling steers and heifers direct from the ranch in Sterling, Akron and Flemming, Colorado area. Included in the train load of cattle are consignments from the following: James H. Elliff, Sterling, Colo. (Brand—Lazy E, Lazy V) 156 Choice Hereford steers, 600 Ibs. 204 Choice Hereford heifers, 600 Ibs. Leo Williams, Akron, Colo. (Brand—Reverse K, Bar Slash) 45 Choice Hereford steers, 750 Ibs. Norris C. Cool, Hemming, Colorado 155 Choice Hereford steers, 050-700 Ibs. Arlyn D. Rown, Flemming, Colo. (Brand—Quarter circle, Lazy. Re verse R) 67 Good-choice Hereford steers, 700 Ibs. 158 Strictly Choice to fancy South Dakota Hereford steers, 650-700 Ibs. (Here is an outstanding string of reputation cattle that will suit any feeder All cattle carry the famous PITCHFORK brand of Al Temple, Scenic, So. JJak. If you want the best, see these.) 375 Good-choice Montanh Hereford yearling steers, 600-700 Ibs 175 Choice South Dakota Hereford steers, 675-750 Ibs, 54 Choice Colorado Hereford steers, 675 Ibs. 175 Medium-good Hereford and Angus steers, 600-750 Ibs. 40 Good North Dakota Hereford steers, 800 Ibs. CALVES: 385 Choice Angus steer calves, 400-450 Ibs. 270 Choice Angus heifer calves, 375-450 Ibs. 325 Choice Hereford steer calves, 400-475 Ibs. 225 Choice Hereford heifer calves, 400-450 Ibs. 235 Choice Montana Hereford steer and heifer calves, 375-425 Ibs. 275 Good-choice North Dakota Hereford steers and heifers 400-475 Jbs. 190 Strictly Choice Hereford steer and heifer calves, 450-500 Ibs. (Have been on Creep teed). NOTICE—Last Friday we advertised 3000 cattle and sold 4431 cattle. These cattle were sold on a sharply lower market, calves were fully $2.00 lower and yearlings were $1.00 lower. Prices and weighing conditions were definitely in the buyer's favor. If you need replacement cattle come to Humboldt this Friday, Oct. 23rd, there will be quality and volume. We feel that you Will be well paid lor your time if you let your corn picking go one day and attend this auction. Cattle are sold on weights at time of sale and many cattle carry through billings to Eastern points. COME TO HUMBOLDT THIS FRIDAY HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. HUMBOLDT, IOWA Byron C. Hayes, Manager Phone 113; Res. 9U8 41-248-ltc Good Things to Eat 18 Situation Wanted 24 Livestock for Sale 41 Por Safe Enjoy a Delicious T-Bone Steak Tonight After You Bowl — After the Dance — After the Show STOP AT Pauline's Cafe 18-201-ltC •^^\x% 21 Male Help Wanted 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-Slc ROUTE MAN, ESTABLISHED TER- ritory, home nights, experience not necessary. Earn while you learn. Contact Mr. GUI ft 10 North Carroll St. Wednesday, October 21 at 8 p.m. 2l-247-2tc MARRIED MAN WITH FARM Experience to work the year around. Excellent living quarters. Inquire In person. Dr. Chester A. Rrecher, Storm Lake, Iowa. 21-242-12tc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: RELIABLE WOMAN TO baby sit while I work. Phone 3249. 22-248-3tc Male-Female Help 23 WAITRESS AND BARTENDER wanted. Dial 4380 or 2161 23-248-4tc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS 55 Used Car* & Trucks 71 MAN, SO, WITH CHArFFEVRS lircnsc would nkp j"b In retail rir maintenanrp <>r what have you. full or i)art time. Furnish Vef- f-renpps. T'hono 3418. 24-247-2tp Salesman Wanted 25 WANTED: SALESMAN TO SELL World Horalil mall subscriptions. Work consists of now and renewal sales of World Herald to farmers, also some Sunday papers t<> be delivered. It will pay vou to look Into this. Must have oar. Fur morf! Information write Merlin Olson, Harlnn, Iowa. 2~)-247-2tp Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE: 1050 FORD TRACTOR. Attention Farmers - tunnels for cribs. Ilnlbur Implement Co. Halbur, Iowa. 33-246-3tc SPECIALS: W A V N E HANGING Feeders only ?2.0S earh; Permanent Antl Free/o JS1..9O gal. Special discount fm ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelherg Imp. Co 33-242-1 fo Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 1THEBHKD SPOTTED Poland Boars, Vac. Albert Wenck, 5 ml. No. 2 ( 2 East Can-oil. _____ _ 41-24f>-ltp FOR SALE: YEARLING, I'VIIK- hrt-cl Su ffocl< buck. Anton J. Klorkf, 2 mllns west of radio JL< IWIM-S. JDki 1_29G2 1 ___ 4 l-247-3t r FOR SALE: 2 HAMPSHIRE WTEAT type malo line's. From fJoodchikl h't-nl of Mallard. Mfirct'llus Wern- Imont, Auburn. Phone 21 on 27. __ . 41-247-3tp FOU SALE: 70 PUREBRED DTJROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west. 3% north. Manning. 41-206-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Platt. Glldden. 41-209-tfc USED CAR BONANZA! 10 BIG DAYS Over 30 good clean ready to go cars for you to pick from—top class late model cars—Extra sharp second car buys—all reduced for quick sale or trade. PLUS 3 NEW '59 BUICKS—THAT MUST GO- PRICES SLASHED FOR QUICK SALE! YES, WE'RE OVERSTOCKED THESE CARS MUST BE SOLD - SAVE NOW Drnoc HOARS, VAC. FOR ciioi,- cra, Bangs antl I.eiito. A* Farm ]'•'; nnrtli of Carroll. .Joe Putlfnz _aml S"n. . 41-220-rfc LANDRACE ROARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south nt _jCarroll. il: 21B :Hl ; FOR RALE: .10 HEAD OF PL'RE- brnd Spotted Poland spring boars, Wright up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2',3 miles north of Asplnwall. Iowa. 41-231-tfc SPECIAL FEEDER PIG SALE Bl.V KHOARF) & [•[.;(; BOARD I' 5H ,,. |C ' on , r ' 3000 TOP WISCONSIN FEEDER PIGS will be sold Friday, Oct. 23 at the Hampton Sales Company Hampton, Iowa Starting at 1 p. m. Weights will run from 40 to 90 Ibs. Pigs will be sorted into uniform sizes and amounts to suit the buyer. All pigs will be identified by ear tags, and will be the best that Wisconsin produces. Special feeder pig trucks will be available to deliver pigs any place. 3000 Pigs For more information call NEIL HARLAN GL-6-3439 — Hampton, Iowa 41-246-3tc SKOA.V «TA- l,"r;il onp owner, l'>-.v mllraif ',';r. T)8 KdSfl 2 door hard tnp; 57 ^MKlpba k"r 4 door S'vlan. At sprr- lf<! rp'lurpcl prlrps. Wlltrurk Moton. 71-214-rfr Auto Service 75 WE SfOOEST—HAVB TOfR CAR- huretor adjusted t»r winter drlv-i Ing now! .See Gienn. Lockhart Automotive .Service. 75-222-f fc ' FOR GENERAL ATTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4.193. ancl for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 7o-120-tfc New Cars 76 On. Price Cut-Price Toy House 55-248-He FOIl NAI.K: TUO rSKO OTTSIDK doors. Cheap. G. S. Thomns _ _ 35.247-3t.p FOB SALE: 2 It. KLKCTBK 1 Motor. Art Hulslng. Phone 3035. SEE IfOUR OLD RELIABLR 8UICK- t'ontlac doaier Before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 7S-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW 'Jt FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western towa. Uill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc For Sale SLAT CRIBBING Will deliver any place in the county. Phono 4373. KANNE LUMBER &. SUPPLY 47-24R-4tc NKK1) A U'x24' (i.VH V(iKT ONLV J5.74 per week for materials ami labor. No money down, (irpen Buy Lumber CD. Phone .T.21S. -17-2-17-ff'c Household Goods 51 USED 13'xl5' WOOL CARPET. deep rose leaf design, $49.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-248-2tc HOW 1>O YOU KEEP YOUIl CAR- pets so clean? Blue Lustre of course ... its tops. Matt Furniture Co. 51-248-ltc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: USED 410 SHOT GUN. Dial 3422. 53-248-ltc WANTED TO BUY: ROUND PIANO stool. Phone 3169. 53-246-3tp For Sale 55 N'EW GAS FURNACE, 150,000 BTU. Space heater 60,000 BTU. 17 ft. upright Deep Freeze. Dial 3297. 55-244-tfc SEE - DRIVE - BUY 59 BUICK— 4 Dr. H.T. Like New .............................. 2990.00 Low mileage, one owner car. 59 PONTIAC— Bonniville 2 Dr. H.T ......................... 3575.00 Power steering and brakes, tri-power engine, Wonder Bar radio, rear seat speaker — Pontiac's finest. 58 BUICK— Super 4 Dr. Deluxe .................................... 2875.00 All power, air conditioned, new tires, car like new. 56 BUICK— Super 4 Dr. H.T. Yellow, White ......... 1545.00 56 BUICK— Century 4 Dr. H.T. Black, White ...... 1495.00 56 BUICK— Special 2 Dr. H.T. Red, White ............ 1395.00 54 BUICK— Roadmaster 2 Dr. Hard-Top ..... ............ 995.00 All power. 55 PONTIAC— Star Chief 4 Dr. fcedan .................. 1195.00 56 PONTIAC— Chieftan 4 Dr. Sedan, Clean ...... 1235.00 52 PONTIAC— 4 Dr. Sedan 2-tone green .................. 395.00 54 PONTIAC— Chief Del 2 Dr. Blue ........................ 725.00 55 STUDEBAKER— 2 Dr. Deluxe Real Sharp ..... 745.00 49 CHEV. — 4 Dr. Sedan real good second car ...... 160.00 49 CHEV.— 2 Dr. Special, cut price .............................. 75.00 54 HUDSON— 4 Dr. Sedan, good shape ........... „ ..... 395.00 STATION WAGONS 57 OLDS— Fiesta, All power, 4 door H.T ............. 2295.00 57 BUICK— Estate Wagon, 4-door, like new ...... 2295.00 57 FORD— Country Sedan 4-door, stick .................. 1675.00 55 CHEV.— 4 Dr. Straight stick ................................... 995.00 ALL THESE AND MORE SEE - DRIVE - BUY NOW PETERS BROS. BUICK-PONTIAC YOUR OLD RELIABLE DEALER , CARROLL -- 1'HONK 4352 BEITER'S MARKET Choice Cuts Beef Roast L b. 55c Cube Minute Steak L b.65c FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS Lean Spare Ribs 2 Lbg . 98c Boston Butt Pork Roast Lb . 39c Homemade Bologna Lb . 59c Oleo 5 Lb , 98c Lean, No Bones Pork Cutlets Lb . 49c — WE DELIVER — Van Camp Pork & Beans 3 c ang 35c Del Monte Peaches 2 cans 49c Del Monte Pears 2 C a ns 69c Del Monte Peas 2 can, 41 c — WE DELIVER — 18-248-ltc CARROLL Lumber Co. Junction Hwys. 71 & 30 47-248-ltc Wanted to Rent 58 WANTED: 2 BEIJHOOM APT. OU house. Prefer St. Joseph church areu. Phone 3483. 58-248-3tp Room for Rent 60 FOB BENT: SLEEPING BOOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfc SLEEPING ROOM FOIt BENT, ALSO garage. After Nov. 1. Dial 9931. 60-248-3tc Houses for Sale 63 FOB SALE: 27 ITT. TBAJLEH house. Phone 2453, Carroll or 3 on 17, Breda. 63-247-3tp TWO NKW HOMES, ONE NORTH one south side. Both 3-bdrm homes. If purchased now you may choose your own colors. J have . other 2, 3, and 4 bdrm. homes listed. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-247-2tc FOB SALE BY OWNEB: 2 BED- room home and several acres on south side. Dial 3602. 63-24G-6tp FOB SALE: 2 £ 3 U.K. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wllber Walkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfo FOB SALE: 3 KDUM. SOUTH SIDE homd. Lot 60 x 100 ft. Has large kitchen with dining area. Living room Is large. Close to South side schools and churches. Terms $400 down, balance 545.00 per mo. Burns Real Estate. Dial 2184. 63-248-ltc Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 — Wilfred Jrlmeier, Closing On) Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, i 3 miles east and SVi south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and 3V'« miles ! south. Wleland At Kcrkhoff Bra-:.. I Aucts. l Tue»diy, Nov. M William Dorplng- hau«, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and l a mile west. Wleland and Tlgges, Aiicts. November J5 -- Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, IVa miles East of Dedhara. Wleland, Irlbeck & Tliiges, Aucts. j Nov. 30 Mrs. .'o« Drees closing out ' farm sale. 3 miles North and V<t West of Llddcrdale or 7 miles North and 1 miles East from t!arroll. Grote and i Wleland, Aucts. i Dec. 1 Wm. Kennebcek closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Ilwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, ify mile east and '^ mile south. Or 2 miles north 2'/2 oast and , ¥i mile south of Wllley. Byerly and , Iribeck, Aucts. D«e. 10 Mrs. Bertha Hessling k Sot) closing out farm sale. 1 mile | East and 2U North of Carroll or 3 1 miles West, and l a /« South of Udder- dale. Boss & Byerly. Aucts. * Dec. 14 - Dwlght Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South. 2 tnllcs West and Vi mile North of Glldden, or 4 miles East and U mile South of Wllley. Boss. Byerly & An derson, Aucts. Dee. 15 Jo« Danner Closing Ou Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi Way 30. 1 mile south, 1 mile east and 3 /4. south. Byerly A; irlbeck, Aucta. Jan. 7 Dave Wlederin. Closing Ou Sale. IVi miles west of Mt. Carmel or 2 miles east, 2 south. V4 east o Breda. Grote & Bverly Auctn. Houses for Rent 64 FOB BENT: 3 BKDIIOOM MODERN house. Phone Glldden OL 9-2124. 64-248-2tp FOB KENT: SMALL MODKKN 1- bedroom house. Maple Park. .$40, mo. Phone 2495. 64-248-3tp LIQUIDATING STOCK OF PLASTIC LAMINATED CABINET TOP MATERIALS Formica, Armstrong Corlex, General Electric Reg. 75c Square Foot, cut to 50c sq. ft. (Some Patterns 40c sq. ft) One large preformed kitchen top, 2 ready-made bathroom cabinet tops priced to sell. Complete Metal stock, all lengths, to be liquidated at cut price. PLASTIC WALL TILE Field Tile"2c each FORMICA CUTTING BOARDS 12x15, Reg. $3.75 to go at $3.00 16x22, Reg. $5.95 to go at $5.00 LINOLEUM CARPET LAYING SERVICE Alvin Heinrichs 908 N. West St. Carroll, Iowa FOB RENT: MODEKN 2-HEDKOOM home. North side.' Available Deo. 1. $60, mo. Write Box CD % Times Herald. 64-248-2tp Apartment for Rent 65 Z-BEDBOOM APT. TIM; FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments, 65-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: KTJB- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PAKKVrEW APTS. DIM. 3109. 65-132-trc Farms for Sale 67 Rockefeller Gains o Little By ROBERT GRAY ' CHICAGO (AP) - Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York wound up a Chicago visit toda; after establishing a beachhead from which he could battle Vici President Richard M. Nixon fo midwestern support for the Re publican presidential nomination Rockefeller made no sweeping in roads during a two-day stay hen on the strong support Nixon com marids in the Midwest. ' But the New York governo gained a little ground in meeting with newspaper executives an Republican leaders. Several con ceded that, while they were no sold on Rockefeller, they were im pressed by him and would no rush into any final decision on presidential candidate. Rockefeller met Tuesday nigh with several prominent Midwest ern businessmen at the exclusive Chicago Club. The list of guests was kept secret but it reportedly included some of the top contributors to GOP campaigns. The Rockefeller forces hope this foot in the door will expand into a full-fledged Rockefeller for president boom in the Midwest. The Chicago visit was the first of a series Rockefeller plans into politically-strategic areas throughout the country. He will visit California, Oregon, New England and probably Wisconsin next month. His approach probably will be the same it was in Chicago—speeches on top national issues before large groups and emphasis on personality and charm in meetings with small the Nixon-Rockefeller ones. While contest grows increasingly more prominent on the national political scene, Rockefeller insists "I am not now a candidate." But Chicago treated him aa a candidate. The New York governor pro- Tim«« W«dn««d«y, Oct. 2», 1959 lke,HerferTalk Over DC Gaulle's Go-Slow Anituclc By .TOIf.V .sr.xr.r WASHINGTON 'AIM F'r«> ,- dpnt. F,isfnhow<-T rwt •.>, jth '.--'•< !•••• fary of Strife rhrisfwn A ff»-rt»-r today apparently to ronsk!<','- Frarirp's go- .slow appro.'ic-h to ;m East-West summit, meeting In a 40-minute ronferfncc ,if the White House tho two were believed to have talked over way* to settle the backstage Allied rli-- pute on the timing of a meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khni- nhchev. Afterward, Herter declined f/> say anything about their talk, leaving all that to the President. Not Jn a Hurry While the two were in conference, the French government announced its approval in principle for an East- West summit, meeting, but approached it as business for next spring Eisenhower is understood to have proposed a summit session of the Western powers early next month in' Paris, preliminary to a possible session with Khrushchev in the first 10 days of December British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and VV'rs't Gorman Chancellor K o n r a rl Adenauer were reported ready to accept, Eisenhower's plan but the Paris announcement in effect reaffirmed French President Charles de Gaulle's reluctance to hurry the matter. Eisenhower and Flerter appeared confident, however, that backstage talks would iron oul this hitch within the next few days while the President golfs and rests in Augusta, Ga. Mainly to reassure De Gaulle, however, Elsenhower has expressed readiness to fly to Paris for the Western strategy meeting. Diplomatic authorities said such a parley coulo" set a date for a Khrushchev meeting and agree on the issues the West wants to discuss. U. N. Heads For Tibet Vote By TOM HOGE UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. CAP) —The General Assembly headed for a vote today on Tibet, an issue that has sparked sharp East-West exchanges and caused apprehension among many Asian delegates. The vot« will come on a watered-down resolution by Ire_land and Malaya to put the assembly on record reaffirming the right of the Tibetan people to choose their own way of life. The resolution makes no mention of Communist China or the charges that the Peiplng government brutally stamped out an anti-Communist uprising in the Himalayan land of the Lamas last- spring. The sponsors eliminated such charges in hopes they would allay the fears of Asian neutrals. The resolution received strong support from the United States, vhich accused the Communist of rying to frighten delegates away 'rom discussing the issue. U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge made the charge after So- /iet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily V. Kuznetsov declared con- ideration of Tibet by the as- embly would only aggravate th« old war. "We have been asked to believe hat it is all right for the Chinese 'ommunists to kill Tibetans but hat is a provocation for us to alk about," Lodge asserted. ke Goes to : Iorida for Rest By MARVIN L. AAKOWSMITH WASHINGTON (AP) - Yielding t o a spur of the moment impulse, vided ample ground for this view, j President Eisenhower flies today 320 AC'RES ON CONTRACT, priced right, low Interest rate. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 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-trc He told a meeting of the Inland Daily Press Assn. Tuesday that he plans to speak In various parts of the country on such topics as foreign affairs, national defense, the nation's economy, farm policy and education. He met here with a group of to Augusta, Ga., for five days of golf and sunshine. The White House said Eisenhower still has lingering traces of the cold he caught early last month. But Press Secretary James C. Hagerty added that the President's general health is excellent J-OH SAJ.K: \VK iiAvn TUB in seeing him run for the party choice Jasper 120 acres Improved nnminn Hnn onH ™ = ,^ ,»„,„>; ' farm for_sal_e, located 1'/^ miles east Wisconsin Republicans interested j and that the cold was not a factor in his sudden decision to go to nomination and made tentative ast of Bmia. Brinktr and Van i plans to appear next month in rdewyk. Brokers, Breda._i v wa. that state, site of a strategic presidential primary next year. 67-248-3tC Used Cars &_Trucks __71 1968 CHKV11OLKT HISCAYNK 4. door, V-8, powergllde, radio, heater. 2-tone blue, clean local car. McCoy .Motors. 7J-24ti-^fc 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. Thin call 3573 Daily Times Herald County Attorney Hits Fine System Georgia. Eisenhower arranged to leave t/y plane about mid-morning. The flight takes about two and a quarter hours. The President plans to return to Washington Sunday evening or early Monday morning. Hagerty announced late Tuesday that in mid-afternoon Kisen- nnr ttr^rv, ,.,-,, m , i bower had made up his mind "just OELWEIN (AP)-The Iowa Leg-! , lke that'-and the pre« sem- ; islature should get rid of the fine: tar y snapped his fingers-to pay system under which some county; his 23rd visit to the Augusta \a- attorneys have to operate and i tional Golf Club since his election raise their salaries to a decent •' j n 1952 . The famed course-shut love, Fayette County Attorney down each year from May until j .Mark Buchheit said Tuesday mid-November - is being opened n 'f, i L . I about three weeks early to receive Buchheit, who had been criti-! (lie President cized in a recent state auditor's j hagerty said Eisenhower's deci- | report, addressed an organization! s ion to go was prompted by fore- meeting of the Fayette County c£l sts the Augusta weather will b« Young Republicans Club. i warm and sunny the rest of the The law which came under his week. attack is the one providing that' in order to make the trip thw county attorneys in counties under president canceled a news con- 60,000 population derive part of feivnce he had scheduled for this their pay through 10 per cent of morning in Washington. He did l tines levied in criminal cases be-. arrange separaie While House fore justices of the peace. meetings, just ahead of departure, "My salary is only $3.800 a with Secretary of State Christian year," he said. "1 can't live ou . A. Herter and leaders oi the guv- thai. I feel I am entitled to the enuneat's space and missiles pro- 10 per cent commission." j grams. Koosevelt Lake, 14(i miles in Smallest political body HI th« length, is the world's longest res- world is Vatican City, wiih UiM) in- wvuir. j habitants.