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Castro Faces Grave Crisis H U V\ \ muH!i,-ed 1c>r ;!ii' v iii<T i <ijii!-;>,l thr - Fidr! CaMro worker^ todav of slivndh to i Ilitvjit yrt In Icclini'iuc in M.li'ppin!: up piMuilar support for In- nu-t.T of I'lv-Klrn! "l.uiuo! 1'nntui la-t July after the Kcil mrn.HT. Tltr i-o!intr> rnmMed with un- rrM IH-I'OIT Ihe rys of ;Mmo Amrr- it an lravi-1 agents holding a con- vr;iliou in lla\ ana "I \\o m> >ii'i lou^ planes flew OUT Ha\ana U'nhuMlay. shower,i;t: ihc uipital with and-( 'astro leaflets, and anti-.mn eminent canus carried out hit-and-run Immhmc rants. Two persons were reported killed and at least -!:' i-iiured in the j-.ttaeks from -peedip.: ears and Ihe panic aeivr.ili'd by the aerial leaflet bombardment. All the cas- ualiiies were apparently Cubans. Pianos o! the Cuban air force took o!( in pursuit of the aerial intruders, but there was no word that they were caught. Nor was there any announcement that any of the ground attackers were arrested. More Participation in Speech Contest is Urged by Legion Unit Greater participation R m 0 n g Carroll County towns in the American Legion oratorical contest was nixed at the county Leg! o :i meet ins Wednesday night at Ded'•am Sole participant last year \\as Kiiompor High School in Carroll, with Richard Onkcn ns winner. The Legion feels that each high M hoot in the county should enter i tins compelilion. which occurs i e:,eh year later in November. The j local county winner goes to the -late contest, and that winner con- l.nues to the national level. Dunne Davis of Coon Rapids. county Legion commander, reporl- cci oii the district convention at Webster City earlier this month. Alter the business meeting, attended by about 40 men. a lunch was served. The next c o u n t y meeting will be Nov. 18 at Glidden. Prize- (Continued from Page 1) Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll — Phone 3528 No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! ! poems on the Auschwitz concentration camp, Ihe execution of Italian partisans by Fascists, the i bodies of Benito Mussolini and Claretla Petacci, the duce's mistress. Lives witli Secretary Quasimodo's woman secretary shares his apartment. He has a | son Sandro, 20, and a daughter jorietta. 24. Acquaintances said they were not sure whether his wife is dead or separated from him. Others reported in the running for the world's richest literary prize this year were Alberto Moravia, Italian novelist; Isak Dinesen, Danish woman writer of short stories; and Ivo Andric, Yugoslav diplomat-writer. Quasimodo said he was told of the award by Italian newsmen who received an announcement from Stockholm which was to have been withheld from publication until the academy made its formal announcement. The poet, who is 58, said that although he is in delicate health, he would go to Stockholm to receive his prize. He suffered two heart attacks last year while attending a writers' meeting in Moscow. ALLIED VMUMU.IM Courteous Convenient Carrier Shipping fever losses among cattle in the United States amount to about 25 million dollars annually, reports North Carolina State College. 8 of Workshop in Scranton Church Eight representatives of the First Methodist Church attended a Christian Education workshop at the Scranton Methodist Church Wednesday evening. Attending were Mrs. V. T. McGrady, chairman of the Commission on Education: Richard H. Meridith, church school superintendent: C. E. Mcllvain from the adult division; Dr. II K. Richardson, youth division; Jacqueline Eaton, older youth; V. Stuart Perry, senior youth; Clyde M. Bayliss, intermediate youth: and Mrs. Richard H. Meridith, children's division. Opening devotions were conducted by the Rev. Clarence M. Morrison, Minburn. after which the various workshops were held. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Deaths, Funerals Times Harald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Oct. 22, 1959 Highways- 'Continued from Page 1 included: Bridges mid Culverts Jackson County—Iowa (>2 north from Andrew, two projects: F. A. Moser, Inc., Farmersburg. $105,613; A. Olson, $56,787. Jones County — U. S. 151 between Anamosa and Monliccllo, five projects: ,1. C. Costigan, El- kadcr. $39,500: A. Olson, $21,003: R. M. Wilson, GuttenberK. three projects, $49.497, $35,586 and $23,250. Monroe County—Relocation U.S. 34 out of Albia east to Wapello County line, three p r o j e c ts: Schmidt, two projects, $253,948 and $60,042; F. W. Cohron Const. Co.. Centerville, $34,899. Wapello County — Relocation U. S. 34 from Monroe County line easterly, four projects: Hanson Const. Co., Washington, Iowa, $199,545; Yegge-Blosser, two projects, $47,449 and $48,164; Montgomery and Herberger, Humboldt, $137,114. Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Woodbury County — On U.S. 75 in Sioux City from near 1st Street north to Floyd River bridge, 0.114 miles, Boswell Contracting Co., Sioux City, $42,799. Grading, Portland Cement Concrete Pavement and Widening Jones County — On U. S. 151 Irom Anamosa to Monticello, 10.2 miles, Booth & Olson, Inc. Sioux City, $610,519. , CHARLKS BERNFfOLT/ Requiem mass for Charles Bernholtz, fi(i, was solemnized at Our Lady of Ml. Carmol, Ml. Carmel Church at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. O. W. Koester. Burial, under direction of the .Sharp Funeral Home, was in Gin- Lady of Mt. Carmol cemetery. Military rites were in charge of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion, Carroll. Pallbearers were Albert Kannc, Tony Kanne. William Kanne. Alois Kanne. Alois Bernholtz and Kdinund Bernhollz. Mr. Bernholt/. a retired farmer and carpenter and a veteran of World War I, died o( a heart condition at his home northeast of Carroll Oct.. 20. NKIX1K H1CKKY Nellie Mickey. R«. Vail, died al 11:20 a.m. Wednesday at St. Anthony Hospital where she had been a patient since Oct. 7. The body was taken to the Huebner Funeral Home in Denison. FREF) C. WENCK Final rites for Fred C h r i s t Wenck, 8(i. Lidderdale. were held Wednesday afternoon. Services at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll at 1:30 were followed by services at two o'clock at Jmman- uel Lutheran Church in Lidderdale. conducted by the Rev. William G. Landgraf. Music for the service was provided by the church choir, with A. L. Daenzcr at the organ. Pallbearers were Luverne Busc, Lake View; Raymond C. Kies, Wall Lake; Paul Lundberg, Lchigh; Virgil Kcnnebeck. Lidderdale; and William Wenck and John Wenck, Carroll. Burial was in the church cemetery at Lidderdale. Mr. Wenck. who was born Dec. 11, 1872, in Lockport. 111., came to Carroll County with his parents in 1875. They lived on a farm in Sheridan Township. He was married to Emma Kopplemann March 2, 1897; and they lived on a Sheridan Township farm until 1926 when they retired and made their home in Lidderdale. He died at St. Anthony Hospital Oct. 18 after a long illness, having been hospitalized since Aug. 30. MRS. VIOLA CRAMPTON (Times Herald Nous Service) VAIL — Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Vail Presbyterian Church for Mrs. Viola Crampton, 54, who died Oct. 14 at University Hospital, Iowa City, following a long illness. The Rev. Frank Mease officiated. Karen Jackson was organist. She also accompanied Mrs. Arthur Ruch and Mrs. Floyd Dtisen who sang two hymns. Burial was in the Vail ceme- lery. Pallbearers were Edward Jackson, Lester Martod, Delano Peterson, LeRoy McCaffrey. Allen North and Alvin Wiese. Mrs. Crampton was bom May 3, 1905 at Rieketts, the daughter of Charles and Wilhemina Brandenberg. She married Clyde W. Crampton of Vail June 14, 1924, at Denison with the Rev. Carlson officiating. Surviving are three children: Mrs. Harold (Lillian) Wiess, West I3end. Wis., and Charles and Emerson Crampton, Vail; five sisters: Mrs. John Ebsen, Cedar Rapids: Mrs. Robert Hunt, Buffalo, Mo.: Mrs. Grace Adams, Grand Island, Neb.: Mrs. Minnie Eyer and Mrs. Herman Bohlman, Charter Oak; and one brother, George Sciford. Tucvilla, Wash. She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Charles and Emerson Sciford; and three sisters Rose, Lulu and Ludimia. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiess and family, West Bend, Wis.; Mrs. Grace Adams, Grand Island, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. John Epsen, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Robert Hunt, Buffalo, Mo.; Mrs. Minnie Eyer and Mr. and Mrs. H Bohlman, Charter Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Max Graham and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Bral and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan and family, all of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Slechta Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Slechta Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slechta, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Slechta, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Cramption. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moeller, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bolken, all of Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crampton, Dow City; Martin and George Sciford, Rieketts; and Mr. and-Mrs. Edward Bohlman, Schleswig. ROY O. BRUCE (Tinii'S Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Roy 0. Bruce, 68, were held Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. at Woodlawn Christian Church here. The Rev. Howard D. Prather officiated. The Everyone Is a Winner Who Shops Our Big 13-Hour ONE DAY ONLY - Fri., Oct. 23 HURRY, BUY NOW - LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. HlO 20% OFF 21 "CONSOLE TV 1 only. *158 oo 21" CONSOLE TV 1 only. 21" BLOND IMPERIAL TVs 2 onlv—S259.95 Value—SALE 17 cu. ft. CHEST FREEZER $OAQ95 1 /uilv «'>7'l 0=; V:ilnr> fsAl.PT 1 itsr^W 1 onlv—S279.95 Value—SALE Coronado Refrigerator 1 only—New 8 cu. ft.—$199.95 Value—SALE Elect. Port. Sewing Machine $3995 1 on!> —-Coronado. ** * 3-Piece Large Size DINETTE $£Q95 1 onlv—-SALK PK1CE '. ™f^ New & Used Appliances Deluxe Automatic Washer 1 (>nly--Cusinin $259.95 Vulue—SALE _ Coronado Auto, Washer 1 only Imperial S2KIMI5 Value—SALE $23995 40 Gal. Gas Hot Water Heater $TCOO 1 oiil\ • >.'IO!J.!J;> Value -SALK t *^ 36" GAS RANGE I only JJividcd Top—Heg. $149,95 — SALE *129 95 17" TABLE MODEL TV I mil', Kxc'.-'llrm Coiulition. $ 29 95 FURNITURE APPLIANCES NOT LISTED Magazine Rack Reg. $1.19 — Sale 99c Assorted Lamps V 2 Price f Assorted Pillows 98c Tissue 4 rolls 23c Ironing Board Pad & Cover 99c 45 RPM Records Clothes Drying Rack Limited Quantity _ 99c _ Assorted Hassocks Vz Price Floor Lamps Vfc Price Plastic Clothes Basket $1.77 10-qt. Plastic Pails _ 77c _ Several Box Springs Your Choice $22.50 Blond Dining Room Suite 1 only—$119.95 Value—SALE _ _... $89 95 Studios with Plastic Arms 2 only— Black and Turq.— $69.95 Value— SALE FULL SIZE BABY BEDS > $1495 4 only— Natural finish— Reg. $18.95 — SALE •" Damaged ROCKER 1 only. $16 95 Damaged Barrel Back CHAIR $1T95 1 only. • * Damaged Large ROCKER $OT95 1 only. &** 2-Piecc STUDIO & ROCKER $QQ95 1 only—Tweed cover—$109.95 Value — SALE "* UP 10140% OFF 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE 1 only—with bookcase bed--$1(59.95 Val—SALE WALNUT END TABLES 4 only—Heg. $28.95- SALE 39" SINGLE BED Complete with box spring $59.95—IN BOX mattress, headboard and frame. $9995 $1795 $5495 2-Piece Davenport & Chair $93Q95 1 only- Beige, foam cushions and foam back Aw w heavy nylon frie/e cover- $2fi9.95 Val. — Sale 2-Piece Davenport & Chair $lfiO95 1 only ....... Hose fmw S21!J.9fi Value- SALE -IWJr 2-Piece Davenport & Chair I only Hrown I'rie/.c $189.95 Value- SALE Rev. Eugene Shipley sang, accom- ipanied by Mrs. A. M. Short. Pall- I bearers were LeRoy Morgan, Harold Krause, Lester Mohr, Paul Lasher, Gerald (Bill) Lasher and Dewey Toms. Burial, in charge of the Karn Funeral Home, was in Cottonwood Cemetery. Mr. Bruce was a son of James W. and Nancy Copper Bruce, born in Carroll County Dec. 19, 1890. He received his education in the rural schools of Calhoun County and later attended Capital City Commercial College in Des Moines. On February 7, 1912 he was married to Mary Sharkey, who died Feb. 7, 1920. On June 18, 1934 he was married to Ruth Madden. They were the parents of' one son, James LeRoy. During his 1 i f e- time, he was engaged in farming and carpentry, until 1953 when he entered the employ of Calhoun County. He did maintenance work until ill health forced him to retire. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. After a lingering illness, he died Oct. 18 at McVay Memorial Hospital. Preceding him in death were his parents; his first wife; five brothers, Robert William A,, Bert, Charles and Ed Bruce; three sisters, Mrs. Fred Sifford (Margaret), Mrs. C. W. Harriott (Anna) and Mrs. Perry Williams (Mae). Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Ruth N. Bruce, and one son, James LeRoy Bruce, both of Lake City; two brothers, Arthur J. Bruce, Des Moines, and Frsd Bruce, Tucson, Ariz.; one sister, Mrs. W. L. Hobbs (Florence), Churdan; and a number of nieces and nephews. Daily Record I JUSTICE COCRT !Sentence Suspended— ! Paul Osterholl. Tcmpleton. 30- days suspended sentence o n 'charge of intoxication. He was ar: rested Wednesday in Templeton by Deputy Sheriff Leonard Hinze. Traffic Fines- Tina M. Langel. Manning. $10 and costs, stop sign violation: Marybellc Jepson. Sioux City, $10 and costs, slop sign violation; and Eugenur B. Schmit/. Arcadia. SIO and costs, failure to have vehicle under control. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Rccisd-iTtl— Charles F. Voumans, Carroll. Studebaker. EDWARD NELSON (Times llcrnltj JS'PWB Service) VAIL — Lennox Nelson and Mrs. Walter Jackson received word of the death of their brother, Edward Nelson, Lincoln, Kan. He died Saturday following a brief illness. 41 Ike- (Continued from Page 1) asking Congress for new labor legislation when the lawmakers reconvene in January. Eisenhower went on to say that the whole matter must be kept under careful study. He said that if both sides in the steel dispute don't cooperate, then it may become necessary to do something to make sure the country is not damaged. SPACE AND MISSILES — Speaking of this country's program to develop huge super- thrust rockets, Eisenhower said he sees no reason why it should be put on a basis of competition with the Russians. That was his comment when asked for his views regarding criticism in some quarters that the space and missile programs are lagging behind the Soviet Union. Eisenhower discussed the matter in the light of his decision Wednesday to transfer the Army's ballistic missile agency to the civilian National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Praises Team The President had high praise for the Army team of scientists headed by Dr. Wernher von Braun. He called the Army team a brilliant group. Reviewing the history of development of missiles and space vehicles in this country, Eisenhower said the program has been rushed urgently since 1955. Prior to that, he said, this country developed very efficient and very powerful bombs, but had not concentrated on development of the so-called super-thrust rockets. But now, Eisenhower went on, the United States has operational Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles —and has done a remarkable job in that field. There came a time, he said, v/hen the need was apparent for development of what he called the big booster rockets. He apparently had in mind such projects as the Saturn program, where the aim is to develop about a million and a half pounds of thrust. No Defense Interest He said he decided to shift the Army team to the civilian space agency because the big booster rockets at present are, as he put it, of no interest to the Defense Department. The Von Braun team has been working on the Saturn program. mttm MASTEl'S CHAMPION provides better pictures on chan- nelt 2 to 13 than any other TV antenna ever madel. Let us install Channel Master's CHAMPION today—it's like moving your home MILES CLOSER to the TV station. Call today for full details. Thi* Antenna "Tops" for Color TV Also! SPORRER'S TV & Appliances Op»n Evening* Except Sunday 9th and Salinger Licenses to Wed— Hans P. Bonncscn, Templeton and Linda B. Warner, Manning. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Kathryn Anne Stangl. Carroll Joan Ann Danner. Carroll Dismissals— Kenneth R. Cornelius, (ilidrlon Delhert F. Palmer. Coon Rapids Lillian Gallagher. Vail Henry J. Walther, Carroll Duano D. Pudenz. Carroll Mrs. Marl J. Kanne and baby, Carroll Louis B. Wittrock. Carroll Prentis N. Bliven. Manilla Randy J. Halbur, Manning Births- Mr, and Mrs. Vincent .J. Fit/.pal- rick. Bayard, a daughter Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Iv Taggert. Jefferson, a daughter Wednesday. Sheep 700; slaughter lambs and ewes steady; bulk good to choice 85- ins Ib woolcd slaughter lambs 19.00-20.00: a small lot choice 100 Ib 21.00; utility and good 14.00|9 00; around 800 head good to choice 85-113 lb snorn slnughter lambs wlih No. 1 pelts 18.00-20.50; \vilh around 500 head mostly choice included from 19.50-20.50; ;i dock of good 09 Ib shorn yearlings with fall shorn pelts Jli.OO. Chicago Grain Thr.sp MsirkHs Am KurrtlshPcl by Tlip llumplire.v Grain Company t rev. Low Close Closa 211(1 21' I ' 20.I '-"' 2'M' 110 1M' 11' ' 2IHII.. 'Mn.rH •->"!', 2l«-', V"^ >M,,v *„.. *«>:•, ^ .Inly J *•!••» IM'i j£ tl K \l;irch HI"M 111 I 1-1 '.< M;,v H7 : x 111' 1 , 1H* : 'i ' j Miin;l,l 71 ' MfiV "2 .lulv I;."» T DIM-' 1315' Man-h 139 7I' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rose. Cedar Rapids, a son, Jeffrey John, al St. Luke's Methodist Hospital, Cedar Rapids, Thursday. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, Carroll. SOY H KAN'S Nov. 2i:i' S .Vi "I HI 213" 217", 2IS-, 2'- 1 P , '2'2'2 ' •, 22 P. 222-''» I.AHl) \nv Dec ' S 17 '.' n '~' S.17 !'.'12 9.U2 S.32 I'.I'J Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow (oldi Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) Oats $!.!!!{ 1.05 .. .05 . .HI Chicago Livestock CHICAGO i APi — Prices for butcher hogs Thursday were steady to strong in a moderately active trade. Mixed No. 2 and 3 and mixed 1 to 3 grade 190-21)0 pound butchers sold from $13.HO to $13.90. A 77 head lot of Is scaling 205 pound brought $14.10. the top. Slaughter steers were steady. Mixed high choice and prime Western fed steers brought $28.75, the top. PAINTING JOB More than 7.000 pounds of paint are required to cover the Eiffel Tower, iliy-fool high landmark in Paris. The lower is painted every seven years. CHICAGO fAP) — (USDA) — Hogs 500; steady lo strong on all weights butchers. U-s mixed 2-3 and mixed 1-2-3 HlO-230 Ib butchers 13.WH3.90; No. 1 and 2 and mixed 1-2 200-230 Ibs I3.tta-14.00: several lots at 14.00; 77 head lot Is 205 Ib 14.10; mixed 2-3 and 3s 230-280 Ib 13.25-1.'-!.75; little below 13.35; small volume mixed 1 - 3 180-105 Ib 13.25-13.90; mixed 1 lo 3 330-450 Ib sows 11.50-12.50; lighter weights scarce; mixed 2 and 3 450-550 Ib 10.75-11.50 Cattle 800. calves 100: slaughter steers and heifers steady; 2 loads mixed high choice and prime 1,- liGii Ib western fed steers 28.75; a few loads and lots 1,000-1.225 Ib choice steers 2(i.75-28.00; good lo low choice 24.50-21).50; few lots good to low choice slaughter heifers 23.50-25.00; utility and standard 17.50-23.00; utility and commercial cows 14.50-18.00; a few individual high commercial 18.2518.50; canners and cutters 12.001(5.00; utility and commercial bulls 19.50-22.25; a few good and choice vealers 31.00-32.00; most, standard good 25.00-30.00; cull and Utility 15.00-24.00; 850 Ib Holstein stock steers 21.00 NED L. 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