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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD Of THANKS Up to 25 words , .,, — lt.60 All over 25 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch fl.80 Additional Insertions . $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday nnd 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 B. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 6 cents Three days, per word .- IB cents SU days, per word 24 centi fc/^%/VSX>^W>**«*">rf'>- Cards of Thanks OF THANKS The family of Fred C. Wenck wishes to express their sincere thanks In the bereavement and death of their father. To Rev. T andgraf, Mr. Daenzer, the choir, st Anthonv hospital staff, doctors, Huffman funeral home. Also relatives and friends for flowers, memorial contributions, visits and Crl " Herman Buse family Alvln Wenck family Harry Wenck family .'1-251-1 tp Business Services 14 RADIO A TV SERVICE), IVCL. CAB radios. Will find and remedy your trouble with minimum of time and expense. All makes serviced and repaired. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-99-ltc PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Tranemlsslon Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc SEE THE BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS Cnrds at Stone's In boxes, In albums, and Individual selections. Buy now while stock Is complete. _ Stone's Printing Co. 14-250-tfc THERE IS STIM, TIME TO HAVE your furnace cleaned rind checked by your reliable American Standard and Green Colonial dealer. For expert service call 38fi8, Scheck's Plumbing and Heating. 14-250-2tc ELECTRIC! SEWER MACHINE 8ER- vlce. We guarantee our service. Dial 3868. Scheck'g Plumbing & Heating. 14-25(f-2tc CARD OF THANKS Words are Inadequate to express Hie gratitude we teel to the many friends, neighbors and relatives win. IVIVP been so very kind during our recent bereavement. Fur the many .,cts of kindness anil the comforting expressions of sympathy and pray ••i-s- our deepest appreciation, bpee lai ' thanks to the lluffmans, the »ev Curl Sinning and Mr. and Mrs F '"MV. and Mrs. Henry C KHSporsen Announcements Attention! All Hunters! Martha Cafe (Formerly STEAK. HOUSE) is open 24 hours a day. Start your day with a breakfast here! • Meals • Steaks • Sandwiches THE BEST COFFEE IN TOWN! 6-251-ltc DON'T IJKSPAIR! NO NKK1) TO miss favorite T.V. programs. Let our experts fix your set. Dependable, prompt, reasonable. For sure-to-satlsfy service call 0513. Sporrer's T.V'. 6-246-6tc Loans 12 PERSON AJL LOANS UP TO $500— Loans and Installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Instruction 13 IBM Opportunity . . . MEN & WOMEN ages 17-45 that nre Interested In IBM OFFICE AUTOMATION. These specialized positions pay above average earnings with opportunity for advancement offering: . . . Bettor Employment . . . Secure Future . . . Higher Income . . . Plus Many Other Benefits II Im'xperlc'iu'tul, training available at home* and night school so as not to Interfere with your present position. Johs waiting In Iowa, also other States when <m;ilifliHl. Wrlto Box MU, c/o Ciii-roll .Times Herald, give age, education, address, phone number, time available for Interview t;i-250-3tc FOR SALE Z small used oil space heaters. 2 used oil water heaters. Used natural gas water heater. Used oil floor furnace. Used deep well head. Used shallow well pump, tired furnace oil burner. Used furnace blower fan. 2 used coal and wood furnaces. See these buys at Scheck's Plumbing Gr Heating 14-250-21C vorit T.V. SKT HKI-HKSKNTS A big Investment. Don't tinker with It! Instead, cull us. It's routine business for us to remedy all makes of T.V. troubles. For guaranteed service call Coast to Coast. 14-246-61 c DIAJ, 4,133 FOB TIIE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. IIR Cleaners. 14-231-tf.c S T A B T E II. GENERATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 Eat at Pauline's! MAKE SUNDAY MORE ENJOYABLE' with BREAKFAST HEREI Homemade Cinnamon Rolls PAULINE'S CAFE LOCKERS FOIl RENT $10.00 PER year. Bramy's Market. 18-250-2tc Male Help Wanted 21 SO YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. JIUO to start. Write P. O. Box 46(5, Carroll. 21-123-tfc LADY GROCERY CLERK. time work. Write Box B % Times Herald. 22-249-31C Pemale Help Wanted 22 Apartment for Rent 65 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Vl finished or unfurnished. McNnhb _Bujld^ng._Dlal 3fiSO._ 85-219-tfr TYPIST AND GENERAL OFFICE i FOR SAI,E: NEAR NKW 3-TU:r»- 40 hours—$238 per month If 214 room south side tvime. r>nibi" garage, new cnrpetert livlnc mom Assume FHA loan and snve hUrh closing costs. Dlnl 419-1. (v!-25i> 2tr APT. FOR TIKN'T: VKRV NICK 3 rooms and bath. Hoat furnished. Prefer one ladv or couple. >':< 99S8 after 3 p.m. e5-2.'>n-.ii yearn of college or experience Prefer late twenties or thirties In age. Write or call Business Man ager. Crelghton University, 241C California St. Omaha, 31, Ne braska, Phone JA 7400, Ext. 316 22-250-31C ^XS^^S^W^N^K^-NX^^S^W^ 1 *.^^! Male-Female Help WAITRESS AND BARTENDER wanted. Dial 4180 or 2161. 23-248-4t Salesman Wanted 25 WANTED: SALESMAN TO SEtl* World Herald mall subscriptions Work consists of new and renewa sales of World Herald to farmers also some Sunday papers to be delivered. It will pay you to look Into this. Must have car. Fo more Information write Merlin Olson, Harlan, Iowa. Farm Machinery 33 SPECIALS: W A T N K HANGING Feeders only 52.98 each: Perma nent Antl Freeze $1.90 gal. Specla discount on ton, lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelberg Imp. Co. 33-242-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOB SAt.E: HAMPSHIRE! MAI,F hog. Robert Onken, 4H miles north of Glidden. 41-251-3tp FOR SALE: 46 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vac- cfnnated double treatment, guar anteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5>6 west. 41-173-3to FOR SAJLE! 70 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera anc Erysipelas, Wayne Rannlnger, < west. 3% north. Manning. 41-206-tfO FOR SAJLE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt, Glidden. 41-209-tfc DUROC BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lepto. At Farm 1% north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc LAND RACE BOARS. EDWARD P Brincks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-218-tfc FOR SAJL.EI so HEAD OF PURE- bred Spotted Poland spring boars weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nissen, 2% miles north of Aspinwall. Iowa. 41-231-tfc Building Supplies 47 COVER YOUR OUTSIDE CORN piles .with plastic covers. Buy 'em at Carroll Lumber Co. 47 3uv ' -251- etc For Sale SLAT CRIBBING Will deliver any place in the county. Phone 4373. KANNE LUMBER & SUPPLY 47-248-4tc NEED A 14'x24' GARAGE? ONLY $5.74 per week for materials and labor. No money down. Green Bay Lumber Co. Phone 3248. 47-247-tfc Household Goods 51 Business Services 14 IIAI.VKUSON CKKAM1O SlIPPWKS. Work shop Monday and Tuesday. Cull 9M92 for information. WHITE T.KAD HOUSE PAINT, NEW yet old fashioned, Pigment; 85?'o White lead, 15% Titanium. Joe's Paint Center. 1-1-133-ltn OH MA\ AN ORCHID? FOR ME? % commission with a guaranteed annual income of $3900. Get in on the Omar Pride campaign you have seen advertised. Established Route Outstanding sales promotions A-l program for fringes. If you think you would like a secure job with real opportunity, ASK YOUR OMAR MAN abput his job or contact his offices, Saturday, Oct. 24. NKW DUOTHKIIM DOtlBLK IS inch oil burner with thermostat and blower. Hock bottom deal Clifford's Store. Gray, Iowa. 51-251-ltc TIIK PIIOVKX CAHI'ET CI-EANEB Blue Lustre Is easy on the budget Restores forgotten colors. Mat! Furniture Co. 51-251-ltc KOU SALE: HKCONDITIONKl) GEN- eral Electric Automatic Washer Good condition. $85.00. Helres Klectrlc Co. 51-251-4tc FOR SALK: FOI'H TISKD KK- frlgerntors, $-10.00, $50.00, ?55.00 and $60.00 at Helres Electric Co. 51-251-4tc KOIl SAl.K: tiOOl) USED MAYTAG automatic clothes dryer, good condition. $75.00. Helres Electric Co. 51-251-4tc llwy. 30 West Carroll, Iowa Phone 9397 21-249-3tc MAN WITH FARM EX- neTlence to work the year around. Excellent living quarters. Inquire in person. Dr. Chester A. Brother, Storm Lake, Iowa. 23-242-.12tc Transparent Plastic STORM WINDOW KIT CARROLL LUMBER CO. 47-251-ltc The^e Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought Par Your Club or Private Party Reserve Our UANCH ROOM Accommodation* for 60 People Family Stylo Oilmen Served from $1.35 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE STARLINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's V'lnest Saturday, October 24 Skippy Anderson & His Orch. Tuesday, October 27 Skippy Anderson & His Orch. CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "A HOLE IN THE HEAD" with Frank Sinatra You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carrol] FOIl SAJ.K: 5 <i()OI» USKI) KLJ5C- tric ranges, $25.00 if you pick them up. Helres Electric Co. 51-251-4tc 9 f'U. FT. ADMIRAL FREKZER, 3 mo. old. Norse wringer washer, 2 mo. old. Hamilton Automatic Wnshor, 6 mo. old. Hamilton clui-trli: dryer, 6 mo. old. Frlgl- " one space >rge Ha: m .. yer. _ iliilre refrigerator, 13 cu. ft venr old. 30,001) BTU Gas i > 1.-I1L IS 1 1.4 , UV/,«-/l.'»* ^f L \..' V4ttCI OJJtAI^G heater. Pay balance or take over payments. Sporrer's " " ' pllances. Dial 9513. payments. Sporrer's TV and Ap"' ' 51-250-6t( GIANT IS CU. FT. CORONADO Home Freezer . . . ,$229.95. Only $10.00 down. Gambles. 51-250-tfc S PC. HRDllOOM SUITE, C1USST, double dresser and bookcase bed, 599.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-250-2tc Wearing Apparel 52 FOR 8AIJ5: 2 FUR NECK PIECES, good condition, Phone 4010, 52-251-ltc Wanted to Buy 53 \VANTE1J: USED SIEOLEB KITCH- en oil burner. Must be In good condition. Phone 9037. 53-251-3tc Room for Rent 60 VOK KENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. -QQ-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: SMALL MODERN house. Reasonable. Phone 2856 af- 63-249-3tp FOR SALE BY OWNER: % BED- room home and several acres on _south_ side._Dinl 3602. 63-246-6tp FOR SALE; 3 & 8 U.K. HOMES. WE have u nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wllber VValkup Heal Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-Uc Apartment for Rent 65 li-KKDUOOM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apart_ rnerHs, 6B-227-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 81 09. 65-132-tfc YOU'LL BE WISE, arid thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads to work for vou. No matter li you're buying, selling, renting or hiring, a Want Ad will solve your problem f-a-s-t' CALL 3573 OK COMB IM TODAY! Daily Times Herald Daily Record Deaths, Funerals For Sale 55 PISTOL Cut-Price Toy House 55-251_-1 to FOB SAT,E: NEAR NKW » IIP motor. Richard Luchtel, Carroll, Iowa. Phone 2443. 55-'J-l!)-.'it p NKW OAS FVRNAfK. JrtO.OOO I»TU. Space heater 60,000 BTK. 17 ft. upright Deep Freeze. Dial .'1297 55-2-11-tfc Farms for Sale 67 UNIMPROVKl) 80 ACRKS—A IlKAI, money maker. Frank Hoffmann. Phone 2210. 67-249-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 PICKUPS 1955 International B100, now Heider grain and stock rack, extra clean. 1954 Chevrolet 14-ton. 1950 Chevrolet %-ton. 1950 International J /2-ton. 1949 Studebaker ^-ton. 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Victoria, like new. 1956 Ford Victoria hardtop. 1956 Dodge 9-passenger wagon, extra sharp. Reinhart Motors Scrqnton, Iowa Phone 174 71-251-2tc 1958 FORD FAIRLANK 500 4-DOOR blue and white. 4 new white wall tires 20,000 miles, cheap. Perfect condition. Phone MU 4-2273 or MU 4-5356. Coon Rapids. 71-250-3tc 1958 CHEVROLET BISOAYNE 4- door, V-8, powergllde, heater, 2-tone blue, clean adlo. local llcaLCl, 1^-l.tJllT: Ulut:, 1-Jl-lUI lUl/rlL car. McCoy Motors. 71-24H-tfc 1957 CHEV. 210 4-DOOR. LOCAL car with only 36,000 miles; '58 Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon, 6 passenger V-8. Local one owner, low mileage car; '58 Edsel 2-door sedan at special reduced prices. Wittrock Motors. 71-250-tfc Auto Service 75 DRIVERS Lit <sn<i|)rn«inri« find rnvorntlon* of driving llrnn«f!» fl* fitrnl-Oi'-d from rrr<irtl« of fhr '•'tnlo Oe- piirlinrnt. nf Public Siifrt.v) Stispensinn!i, October 19 Roy .1. Kanne. I!!, IS.'il Highland Drive. Carroll, .10 days. Traveling wrong way on one way roadway. Arthur F. Zerwas, 23, 703 3rd Manning, 00 days. Operating Mo tor Vehicle while Intoxicated. Revocations, October 20 Leo H. T. Borkowski, 59, 507 Pa cific, Audubon, 60 days, Operatlm Motor Vehicle while Intoxicated Suspensions, October 21 Jackie L. Borkowski, 16, RFD Botna, three months. Habitual violator. Melford Daisy, 41, Lake City, 3C days. Reckless driving. Suspension!!, October 22 Phyllis L. Wassom, 35, RFD 3 Sac City, indeflnte. Disqualified to operate motor vehicle. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Bernice Keeley, Coon Rapids DeSoto: B-Llne Transfer, Carroll Ford pickup; and Harold H. Scott Coon Rapids, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Henry Roth to Harold J. Bierl Lot 1, Block 2, Heinrich's South side Addition to Carroll. Raymond J. Buman to Harolc J. Bierl, Lot 3, Block 1, Murphy's Addition to Carroll. Russell F. and Irene A. Bayer to Gerald and Isabella Fagan, Lot 4, Block 28, Third Addition to Glid den. Andrew Jasper to Frank Sny der, Lot 1, Block 2, Whitney's First Addition to Carroll. MRS. Ff. C. (SOPHIA) .Sf'H.VTfT/ : her parents, her liii«t,.'in<! a ••.,, ! \ Mrs [I. C Sonhia* S'hrnifz. Hilbert, l/.'.'o children. Mi;;, ,T.-| 68, Flout* 1, Carroll, died a I. 11:13 Stanley, in infancy, two sister- a:;d at St.. Anthony Hos- two bro'hers. if had heen a patient. Surviving are Ih" followim.' • -h.'i- ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Victor Schumacher, Carroll Leo Butler, Glidden Terry Kroeger, Carroll William Dopheide, Dedham Mrs. La Verne J. Feld, Glidden Mrs. Myron Bohnenkamp, Area dia Dismissals— Mrs. Joseph Schmitz and baby Carroll Larry L. Sporrer, Carroll Mrs. Lena Sleister, Manning Janet Kuchel, Wall Lake Births- Mr, and Mrs. Dale Van Pelt Carroll, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Martin Templeton, a son, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Anthofer Lohrville, a daughter, Saturday. (Times Herald New* Service) SCRANTON — Mr. and Mrs Neil Bryan, Dexter, *a son, Oct. 18 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs S. E. Bryan, Scranton. WE SUGGEST—HA VK YOUR CAR. buretor 1 adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOB 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 KOI)It OJLU UEL1AULE UU1C&- Pontlac dealer before you ouy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfo TKADE FOB A NEW '59 FO11D AT the easiest place to trade in western iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-trc Sale Date Claimed Nov. 5—-Al Boss, Special Dairy Sale, 'armers Sale Barn, Carroll, Iowa. Nov. 12 — Mrs. Louise VVillenborg, MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL Cl'lines Herald News Service) Admission- Mrs. Effie Ward, Manning Dismissals— Mrs. Robert May, Exira Mrs. Joseph Leuschen and daughter, Earling Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.89 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) ....„ .90 Oats complete closing out sale. 4 miles ; for today: Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) . Here is a summary of the hog, cattle and sheep markets from I he week with estimated receipts west of Coon Kaplds on Highway 141, 1 mile south, "es, Aucts. west. VVieland & Tig- Nov. 17 — Wilfred Irlmelcr, Closing 3ut Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 miles east and SVt south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and 314 miles south. Wleland & Kerkhoff Urns., Aucts. Nov. 1» — Al Boss, Special Dairy Hogs 100; at the close 250 head of closely sorted No 1 and mixed No 1 and 2 200-215 lb butchers brought 14.00. Other No 1, No 2 and mixed No 1 and 2 200-220 Ibs brought 13.50-13.85 with mixed 2 and 3 and mixed No 1, 2 ale. Farmers Sale Barn, Carroll, j on( | 3 190-230 Ib 13.25-13.65. Mixed owa Tuesday, Nov. 24 William Dorplng- iaus,'closlng out farm sale. From Car•oil, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and .j mile west. VVieland and Tiggcs, Aucts, November 25 - Joseph L. Turner, omplete closing out sale, \Vz miles ."ast of Dedham. Wieland, Irlbeck & Tigges, Aucts. Nov. 30 Mrs. Joe Drees closing out arm sale, 3 miles North and »i West grade No 2 and 3 and No 3 230280 Ibs closed at 13.00-13.40 with a few No 2 lots 230-250 Ibs 13.4013.50 and a deck No 2 240 Ibs 13.75. Sows weighing 330-525 Ibs mixed grades, sold largely according to "weight at 10.50-12.25. Cattle 100; at least 35 loads high ! choice to mostly prime 1150-1400 miW East Wm Carroll. Grote and ; |h slaughter steers 28.75 and 29.00 _V." . W U m KennebecK closing out , m ^ P rim f "00-1500 lb weights arm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on ; i!7.75-28.aO; few loads choice and gSTiM mireLt so «'n h d S? ££ I«"««» ch ?~ p?" 18 1400 ; 160 J - lb outh. Or 2 miles north 2',a east and i weights 26 00-27.2a; mixed choice ° f WUley ' Bverly and anci P rime lb 28-50: 0«. 'lO -Mrs. Bertha Hustling & most 8° od S rades 24.50-26.00 with on closing out farm sale, i mile ; lew loads at 26.00 carrying a ^ast and 2Vi North of Carroll or 3 ! ,. m ..,i , in ,i n r phniro- ffu/ ntilifv niles West and Hi South of Udder- I " mM ena 01 t-ttOlte, lew Utility dale. BOSS & Byerly Aucts. i anil standard steers 20.50-24.00; p«e 14 - pwight Reever, Closing ; joadlots mixed choice and prime Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 i . , ; , .„ „.. „,, .,_ „„ ^"L „„„,/* mllo» West and V* mile North of i heifers 2b.oO-27.00; most good to Glidden, or 4 miles East and i/ 4 mile hi«h choice heifers 23.75-26.25; Jr«o h n 0 Au V ct"° y HOSS - BVOrly & An " ; high good heifers 875 Ibs down Dee. IS Joe Dannet Closing Out ' sold up to 25.25; mostly choice 'ay 30, T mflelo'uth" We.',? a'n'li j W5-1025 lb weights -24.75; few util- south. Byerly & Irlbeck, AucU. ity and standard heifers 17.50- jan, J Dave Wledenn. Closing Out ' ^3.50; utility and commercial ale. W4 mile» wegt of Mt. Carmel, :„...,,„ i. 4P i» P i v 14 =U) IB rwv r'2 mJleii ea«t. * south, V« east oi • ctms wigeiy 14.50-18.00, I V (UJiCB V0«b< a DUl4t«J. T* V Jreda. Grote & Byerly Aucts. APPOINTED OHANO OFFICER (Times lleirnd NYw« Urrvlru) SCRANTON - Emory Terrill was appointed Jr. Grand Steward standard grades 18.00-20.00; canners and cutters 12.00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls closed at 19.50-22.25; choice vealers few good 31.00-32.00, and most standard and good grades 25.00- of the State at the Masonic Grand j so.OO; cull and utility'vealers 14.00 Lodge which was held in Cedar j 24. 00. Few loads good and choice Times Hersld, Carroll, li. «j S«turd»y, Oc«. 24, 1959 / • 'Cyclone!- T'ontiniifd from P.-i-^c l> •md ^'fl thf an.s\vfrs without hour of toil. This nif.'ins research can ;irl- p.m. f-'ri'biy \;inco ni a fnvtc>r p;icf>. It also pjfnl vvhrrc .< means th;i( n-sr-.-irrhcrs now h;ivc siru-n fit; 20 Thf lio-ly is ;if tho f \ r ,. n - Leonard Schrnitx. FM:.',,Ia new tool to prohc the unknown, i Twit Funfral Home, where friends .j n( , Srhmitx. Carroll. Mrs. [.••>» What specifically can this ma- may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. 'Mildred' Tiggps, Carroll: Mi-. cnme do' fif-quifni mass is srhnduler! for Deane 'Ramona 1 Mofvtad. V.,-ii<-r. It. ran perform BOO.OOO addition^ 1 ,,., 0 nm TuP , r | ; ,y n f SS IVtrr loo; Charles Schmitz and Mnvmr.nrl or subtractions, 87.000 multiplica- anr) p a ,,j miirch, with the Rf. Rev. Schmitz, San Dietfo. Cnlif.; Mrs. ,s or fift.000 divisions-in a min- MsKr F (I ( ; r ,, totnan officiating. | Joseph 'Dorothy) Judge, Padnwih, Burial will he in Mt. (Jlivnt Ceme- i Ky.: Morris Schmitz and Sylve-,tfr tery. i Schmitz, Carroll; arid Le Roy A life-long resident of Carroll , Schmitz. Porahonfas. She is a!*i County, Mrs Schmitz was born i survived by three sisters: Mrs. Jo- July 5, 1891, the daughter of Mr. i ^ph 'Elizabeth) Nayl, Carroll; ute. It can solve a set, of 40 simultaneous equations with 40 unknowns in 3'5! minutes. And It can piny the Ausralian folk tune, "Waltzing Matilda." The whirring noises can piny any tune, instructors say, if the. perforations on the tape are cut a certain way. Human Factor But the human factor still is the most important one in the operation of this spectacular machine. For one thing, it's the human hand which must carry on the extensive program of preventive maintenance on the machine, which contains 2,700 vacuum tubes and miles and miles of wiring. "Even when the machine Is functioning properly we don't always rely on it," says Klaus Rucdenberg, assistant professor of chemistry and physics. and Mrs. John Hansman. She attended school at Willey and Prairie du Chein, Wis. Her marriage to Henry C. Schmitz took plnce Feb. fi, 1911. She was a member of SS Peter nnd Pnul Church, the Rosary and Altar Society of the parish, ami Gold Star Mothers. She was preceded in death by 41 Cuba(Continued from Pago 1) plane over Havana Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Molt, Omnhn; and Mrs. John 'Hnrthai FJa^lin, Denver, Colo.: and one brother, Louis Hansrnan, Dnyton, Ohio. Nineteen grandchildren also survive. (IIARI.FS SCHUMANN (Tlrnn llfnili' .Wwi .1*rviri>> MANNING — Funeral services lor Charles Schumann, 74, were scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 24 at 'i p.m. at, the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, with burial in tho Manning Cemetery. The Rev. C.('t. Sinning of the First Presbyterian "No device is always 100 per | tne The disclosure is expected to I Church conducted the service: Ray bring new and stronger demands ; Pratt was soloist and Mrs. H.W. from Castro that Washington take ; (lagedorn, the organist, action against Cuban refugees in | D,,. in anf j Hot-er Vollsteclt, Don- Slates wanted by his u i,j allt ] Holund Sander, Kenneth cent correct and we don't rely on machinery completely," he says. 1 There may be some failures in computation that are not immediately apparent. "Therefore, if the operator is to government for trial as war criminals. Diaz Lanz, now living in Miami, Fla., fled Cuba last July. He charged that Castro is a Communist and his regime Is riddled with be a good engineer or scientist he j Reds, must use common sense in using the computer." Among the approximately 30 problems now being studied by Iowa State staff members and considered adaptable to Cyclone are those dealing with tho electronic characteristics of molecular systems. Even as Cyclone with its built- in memory strains its cables and tubes figuring out these complicated problems, Iowa State scientists are figuring out ways for improvement. Red China(Continued from Page 1) mosa dispute with Nationalist Chiia. Peiping has also reacted with irritation at widespread reports of differences between it and Moscow. The regime's mouthpiece, the Peiping People's Daily, declared today: "The United States not only blackmails China but also tries to blackmail the Soviet Union. "In their speeches U.S. Under secretary of State 'Douglas Dillon and his ilk did their utmost to fabricate so-called "differences' in an attempt to drive a wedge between China and the Soviet Un ion; they even demanded that the Soviet Union should share the responsibility.' "They, of course, cannot understand the great alliance between China and the Soviet Union is based on internationalism and welded together by a common aim, that it is fraternal relations of mutual respect, encouragement and assistance on an equal footing and that it is eternal and unbreakable." Adams and (Jary Schurn a n n. grandsons of Mr. Schumann, acted as pallbearers. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schumann, he was born March 26, 1385 in Hayes Township, where he at, tended schools and worked until Maj. Hubert Matos, the military j his marriage Aug. 31, 1910, to Mary commander in Camaguey prov- | Passick at Carroll. The couple lived Dam- (Continued from Page 1) lished in Literary Gazette. Exactly how the % dam would be lositioned was not*disclosed. For- .y-six miles would not be enough 0 bridge the 55-mile gap between Chukchi Peninsula and Alaska. Borisov said it would work this way: "The dam across the Bering Strait should neutralize the effect of the Labrador, East Greenland and other cold currents on he powerful and warm Gulf stream." 1 Water pumped from the Arctic ;o the Pacific Ocean would neu- ralize cold current which would ince, again raised the issue of Communist infiltration In resigning this week. Denounced as Trailer The scholarly 40-year-old Matos, who founght with Castro in the mountains, was arrested and denounced as a traitor by his old friend. Matos and 30 junior officers who resigned with him reportedly are being held at an army prison near here. There was no report on whether he had been formally arraigned on the treason charge. Diaz Lanz maintained that Mates' life is in danger. "I have information from Cuba that they want to kill him," he told reporters in Miami Friday. "No one has been able to hear what Matos has to say." In denouncing Matos, Castro linked him with Diaz Lanz and Manuel Urrutia, whom the revolu tionary leader ousted as president. Steel- (Continued from Page 1) A short time later the 12 big companies of the steel industry proposed that the union meet today with the industry's four-man team that has been doing mosi of the negotiating for the industry since contract talks started last May. Afternoon Meeting After some hesitation, the union agreed to an afternoon meeting. But McDonald said the union still plans to meet with the 96 firms separately Monday if they agree. The 96 companies all are closed by the strike and were named as defendants along with the union n the government petition for a Taft-Hartley injunction. The companies, however, did not oppose .he injunction. The walkout has halted nearly 90 per cent of the nation's steel- naking facilities. Close to 275,000 .vorkers in allied industries have icen furloughed because of the strike. Wage and production loss- is have soared into billions of dol- in Manning a year, then moved to a farm south of Manning, and later to a farm north of town. For I he past 30 years, they have lived in Manning. Mr.-Schumann was killed in a tractor accident Thursday morning, Oct. 22. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. Hugo 'Evelyn) Vollstedt, Manning; Eu- Rene, Westside; Howard, Ames; Mrs. William Adams 'Bernice), Vail; Charles, Jr. of Buffalo Center; 15 grandchildren; 7 great- grandchildren; a brother. Henry, who made his home in Manning with Mr. and Mrs. Schumann; and two sisters, Mrs. Lena Fonken, Auburn, and Mrs. Rose Johannsen, Murdock, Neb. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son, Arnold; a daughter, Mrs. Hugo Sander (Lillian); eight brothers and sisters. 3d flood of Corn Is CROP Goal in Dalhoun County (Time* Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY — A carload corn from Calhoun county is the oal set by the county CROP be unable to meet and mix with! board at their meeting held Oct. of he Gulf Stream, Borisov said. "Simultaneously these pumps *ould step up the influx of the warm Gulf Stream waters. The I rulf Stream would pass unhampered through the Arctic Ocean living off its heat." As a result, Borisov said, "a di- J5 in the Rockwell City Presbyterian church. Richard Staple, associate state director of the Christian Rural Overseas Program, was present at the meeting. He also spent part of Friday assisting the Hev. James Ford, county CROP j chairman, and the Rev. Frank I MRS. JOHN ROELFS (Times Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW — Mrs. John Roelfs, 78, died Tuesday evening, Oct. 20, at her home in Lake View. Funeral services were held Friday at 2 p.m. from Emmanuel Presbyterian Church Carnarvon, with the Rev. Lee Feero conducting the service. Dorothy Auen was organist and Mrs. Feero and Mrs. Raymond Kies sang. Pallbearers were Paul Huselbus, Harm Meyers, John Everts, Hiko Everts, John Andressen and John Peters. Burial, in Emmanuel Cemetery at Carnarvon, was under direction of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home. Mrs. Roelfs, daughter of Wiliam and Bertha Kies, was born Feb. 6, 1881 in Germany. She came to the United States with her jarents and brothers and sisters when she was 11 years old. They made their home on Sac County farms. Mr. and Mrs. Roelfs were married in March, 1904, and lived most of their married lives on a farm near Carnarvon. They retired and moved to Lake View in 1930. She was a member of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church at Carnarvon. The Roelfs had two children, a daughter, Mrs. Elmer E 1 i a s (Ruth), Carnarvon, and Walter, Lake View; also seven grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, John; two sisters, Mrs. Hugo Stoelks (Anna), Wes.tside; and Mrs. Louise Sinning, Ackley; three brothers, Albert Kies, Ackley; William Kies, Odebolt; and Ernest Kies, Lafce~View. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and two sisters. MRS. LOUISE SHAVER (Times HrraJtl Mews S^rvicei COON RAPIDS — Funeral serv- rect flow of warm Atlantic' waters Zimmerman, 1959 campaign direc-jices for Mrs. Louise Shaver, 91, hrough the Arctic into the Pacific tor . in making tentative arrange-' were held Thursday afternoon at A'ould be created instead of the i menis with elevators in various j 1; 30 at Huffman's Funeral Chapel, present' confused cross current of 'parts of the county relative to their i The Rev. Earl E. Josten, pastor warm and cold waters which i willingness to receive and store the of the First Methodist Church, maintains and renews the ocean's 'corn collected until such time as conducted the rites. Mrs. John J. a carload should be ready to be ; Rogers was at the organ and also loaded and shipped. The Rev. Mr. accompanied Mrs. Delbert Ford ce cover. This straight flow vould destroy the ice." Preliminary estimates put the •ost of the dam at about 70 bil- lon rubles, amounting, at the official exchange rate, to more than 7 billion dollars. ht Rapids. This is the first time a grand officer has been appointed from Greene county. Mr. and Mrs. Jolly Eight Club Meets at Bred a f Time* Jlernld Ne»» Service) BREDA — The Jolly Ei Club was entertained at five him- red at the home of Mrs. T. H. /an Camp. Mrs. Gene Woerde- ioff won high score prize; Mrs. . A. Bohnenkamp, second high; ind Mrs. Franz Rutten, low. After he games, the group had a no- Zimmerman stated that, although the primary emphasis this year will be on contributions of corn, and Mrs. Roswell Johnson, who sang a duet. Burial was in Coon Rapids Cem- cash gifts will also be welcome, etery. Pallbearfc-s were Cliff Bow Members of the county CROP man, Lewis Frohlich, Carl Stiller. board include the Rev. Mr. Ford, Hock well City, chairman; Arthur Oswald, Pomeroy, vice chairman; Howard Longfellow, Rockwell City, Dale Carpenter, Johr J. Rogers and Fred Textor. Mrs. Shaver was born June lii, 18o8, at Genpseo, 111., the datigh- treasurer; Fanny Howell, Lake i ter of Charles and Frances Seyl- City, secretary and publicity; the ! ler, Coon Rapids pioneers. She Rev. Mr, Zimmerman, Rockwell City, campaign director; the Rev. Paul Dowty, Manson, president Calhoun County Council of Churches. Area chairmen of the drive are Robert Gordon, Lake City; Arthur Oswald and Walter Hiiu, Pom- spent most of her life in Coon Rapids. She married Z. H. Shaver well-known implement dealer and mayor of Coon Rapids for several terms. Mr. Shaver died in 1032. Mrs. Shaver lived in Des Muines the past nine years with her ilaugh- Terrill were guests at a politick \ u-r lambs 19.00-21.00; several lots supper held by the Masonic lodye! choice 93-115 Ibs up to 22.00; util- in Grand Junction Oct. 13. Mr. i ity and good 14.00-19.00, culls Terrill was given recognition for i clown to 10.00. Good to choice 85- his new offk'e<*at this meeting, j 113 lb shorn slaughter lambs 18.00- Mr. Ten-ill attended a district j 2] .00 mostly 20.50 down. Four school for Masons at Manly Mon- decks mostly good 95-109 lb shorn day and a ri'tvption for Grand' yearlings with fall shorn pelts MO-IDOO feeding steers 24.50-28.75.! hostess dinner at the Breda Coffee Sheep none; weeks bulk good to choice 85-115 lb wooled slaugh- eroy; Kmory Ulea.ni, Manson; the'ter, Mrs. \V. K. Patrick 'Helen 1 . Rev. Mr. Ford and M. Attie Sou- She had been hnl-fiiM the past der. Rockwell City, and tho Rev. three years utter sustaining a trai-- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koster and | F.ugene Shipley, Lake City. Others' tureil hip. She tiled at tho P.itrUk family, Alton, were weekend j are yet to be secured. Cooperating home Oct. 20 as result of a heart guests at the Clem Koster home in the campaign are Roger Lein- : attack. and with other relatives here. i bach and T. G. Van Zaudbergen, i Preceding her in death besides Mrs. Conrad Schaefer suffered a Rockwell ('ity. stroke Monday at her home and was taken to St. Anthony Hospital, j ACCIDENT PATIENT Mrs. Josephine Snyder, who has ! William Dopheide of Dedham, 54. her husband were her pawiu ami one brother, George Seyller. Surviving besides her daughter aro one granddaughter, one great- been in ill health for several is an aoeident patient at St. An- ; grandson, ami one sUtur. Mrs. ! Officers which was held in ln-s .tl.OO Hi.50. Cull to choice wooleil years, was taken to the Spieker thony Hospital, where he was ad- Lucy Henry, who lives in Calitur- 1 Moinus Tuesday evening. j j laughter ewes mostly 3.00-4.00. i Nursing Home at Carroll Sunday, .mined at 12:05 Friday. ( IH&

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