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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14 CARD OF THANKS irp to 25 words All .$1.50 over 25 words 80 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch 11.60 Additional insertions..., .$1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. dny of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular -lasstfled till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 s. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One dav, per word 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 14 cent* ij^^^srv-rv^^'^w-vw Announcements (ALL KLMOK HKAI.'TY SHOP FOR rill your beauty needs. Evenings by appointment. I'hnne .'1.H5O. Op- craters Vlnlii .SrhU'isrnan and Olive Bonm. Formerly Olive Mos- rn/i n_. 14- 252-3tc FOR PROMPT SKRVKK ON YOl'B I'plevlsliin or Hnrllo set, bring 1t to us. Modern testing equipment. Large tube stock. Cuarantecd service bv skilled technicians. Coast, to r'oast Store. M-252-Ktc Good Things to Eat 18 I1KKSSK1J 2977. HKXS. (HEAP. PHONE 18-252-2tc TV SNOW STORM? CAM, D513 FOR service. Latest, modern testing <'<iuipment plus trained snrvlre- rnan. (Junrnnteed parts, service. Sporrer's T.V. fi-252-fitc "" \O PURCHASE NECESSARY —t ^^^^^""™ .Gill to •ilhtr mother or mintr 'nqulry on invlngi th»y ton ALL TOYS. Gtiorontitd to iov» jp lo 20% OFF regular rnlail oil loyi. ' 6-236-lie Loans 12 IM,I> OH WHITE POTATOES 100 Ibs. S2.98. Hrenny's Market. lS-252-ltc MAKE IT A HABIT! BRING THE family and dine 'out.' with us at least once a week. Pauline's Cafe. 18-252-ltr Male Help Wanted 21 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 21-228-3tc Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One 50 YEAH OLD COMPANY NEISDS 2 married men fur sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good cnr. S100 lo start. Write P. O. Box 466, Carroll. 21-123-tfc MAKIUKI) MAN WITH FAJtM KX- iierle.nru In work the vear around, Kxeolk'til living quarters. Inquire In person. Dr. Chester A. Brecher, Storm Lalvii, Iowa. 21-2-42-12ln More are fomo of th« many reaioni why you should chooi* a land Bank Loan • Payments are .low • You can pay in advance, without penalty •Local loan service See or write Federal Land Bank Association Phil Dennis — Manager Masonic Bldg., Carroll, Iowa Phone 3805 FEUSONAX. LOANS UP TO $500.00. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc PEUSONAX, LOANS UP TO $800— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll. Iowa 12-158-ltc Instruction 13 !,S. CIVIL, SI'JHVICB TKSTS! M'KN. women, 18-52. Start high as $95.00 week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free Information on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write Today! Lincoln Service, Pekin 4, Illinois. . !3-2-1i>-3tp IBM Opportunity . . . MKN & WOMEN aKus 17-45 that an- liitorcslnd In II5M OFFICE AUTOMATION. These spt-cinli?.fd positions pay nbovu avuraee earnings with opportunity fur advancement offering: . . . Duller Employmenl , . . Secure Future . . . Higher Income . . . Plus Many Other Benefits If inexperienced, training available at homo and night school so as not to interfere with vour present position. Jobs waiting In Iowa, also other States when qualified. Write Ilox MU, c/o Carroll Times Herald, give age, education, address, phone number, time available for interview 13-250-3to Business Services 14 WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . Photograph's, certificates, paintings. Three-day service. Joe's _ Paint Center^ ' ?l'A?5:?lf 1IALVERSON (WHAM 1C SUPPLIES. Work shop Monday and Tuesday. Call 93!)2 for Information. M-251-fUc PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. Wo are uble to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc SEE THE BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS Cards ut Stone's in boxes, in albums, and Individual selections. Muv now while stock Is complete. SI one's rnUng Co. l-l-2o()-t_fc IT'S TIME TO SHINE! BENT A Uissoll Shampoo Muster Cleaner for rugs. $1.01) a day. Coasl-to- Coast Store. _ 14-100-.HO DIAL 4S33 FOR THE BUST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember wi> also do White Shirts. S T A R T E R, GENERATOR, MAO- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Helnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc TWO TOP MEN From Carroll County Ages: 21-35 only. High school education. No previous experience necessary as we school and train completely. You will not have to relocate, but you will be away from home Monday through Friday. This is a salaried position starting at $105 per week. Write: , P. 0. Box 124 Clarinda, Iowa 21-252-2tc Opportunity Men Ages 17 to 45 High school education preferred but not necessary, for lifetime career as: PRINTER LINOTYPE OPERATORS If not experienced, must be willing to train until qualified. Arrangements will be made for those accepted so training will not interfere with your Income. Positions pay from $400 to $525 monthly. Plus many benefits with opportunity for advancement. For interview, write Hox SD, c/o Carroll Times Herald. State age, education, address, phone number, time available for Interview. 21-252-31C Female Help Wanted 22 TYI'IST AND GKNKKAL OVKH'E •10 hours —.'5238 per month If 2Vi years of college or experience. Prefer late twenties or thirties in age. Write or call Business Manager. Creifjhlon University, 2-110 California St. Omaha, 31, Nebraska, Phone JA 7400, Ext. 316. 22-250-3tc WANTKOt MOIIT TOOK SIX nlRlils a week. Dial 2789. c WAri'HKSS WANTHD. KXI'KIUKX- ced or inexperienced. Burke Motor 22-252-3tc Building SuppTfet 47 Used Cars & Trucks 71 Unable to Obtain a Steel Crib? NEED EAR CORN STORAGE SPACE? We have an 8'x20' portable crib with dragline for only $400.00 delivered within 25 miles to your farm. Phone 3248 Green Bay Lbr. Co. 47-252-3tc LUM BURR SEZ: Be thrifty in money matters, but never save your laughter. Corn Cribbing—The best in wide slat cribbing available. Also covers for your outside cribs. PHONE 4373 KANNE Lumber & Supply 814 W. 9th — Carroll 47-252-ltc Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc Household Goods 51 FOR SALE: RECONDITIONED GEN- eral Electric Automatic Washer. Good condition. $85.00. Helres Electric Co. 51-251-4tc FOR SALE: FOUR USED RE- frigerators, $40.00, $50.00, $55.00 and $60.00 at Heires Electric Co. 51-251-4tc FOR SA1E: GOOD TISED MAYTAG automatic clothes dryer, good condition. $75.00. Heires Electric Co. 51-251-4tc FOH SALE: 5 GOOD USED ELEC- tric ranges, $25.00 if you pick them up. Heires Electric Co. 51-251-4tc Inn. Farm Machinery 33 a C1.I. FT. AUMJKAL VUEEZEll, 3 mo. old. Norge wringer washer, 2 mo. old. Hamilton Automatic Washer, 6 mo. old. Hamilton electric dryer, 6 mo. old. Frlgl- diilre refrigerator, 13 cu. ft. one vear old. 30.000 BTU Gas space heater. Pay balance or take over payments. Sponger's TV and Ap- __plift n cos. Dl a 1 9513. 51-250-gtC GIANT 15 CU. FT. COUONADO Home Freezer . . . $229.95. Only $ 10.00 down. Gambles. 51-250-tfc J-'OK "A .1OIJ Vl'Kt/J, DOXK FKKL- Ing" clean your carpets with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-252-ltc 13x11 I5KIGK WOOL, 1UJC, AND PAD, very good, SGO.OO. Matt Furniture Co. 51-252-2tc SI'KCIALS: WAYNE HANGING Feeders only .$2.98 each; Permanent Anil Freeze ,$;l.90 gal. Special discount on ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schcnkelberg Imp. Co. 33-242-tfC XNX\xxxNX^-~~'N-i~'xxx--N^'v^-w^^ Livestock for Sale 4 FOll SALE: PUIU5KRKI) SPOTTED Poland Boars, Vac. Albert Wenck, 5 ml. No. a 14 East FOB SALE: HAMI'SHIKE MALE hog. Robert Onken, -1 is miles north of Clldden. ^?^'^ FOR SALE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vac- dnnated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 30Q Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5 Mi west. 41-173-3tc FOB SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Hannlnger, 3 west. 3% north. FOB SALE: PUREBRED DUBOO Boars. Walter Platt, Glidden. DUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bungs and Lento. At Farm 1% north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWABD P. Brincks, 2 miles east. 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOB SAJ.E: 50 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 VOIVR OUTSIDE CORN piles with plastic covers. Buy 'em at Carroll Lumber Co. 47-25l-(itc NEED A U'x'il' GARAGE? ONLY $5.74 per week for materials and labor. No monev down. Green Bay Lumber Co. Phone S2>18. 47-247-tfc HOLD IN HEAT ALL 3« IKK I Width 144] FUEL Cheaper Than Glass taltri, H»g HtiM *4 ton WlWnrt | f»nl tabttin, SUM _ MUTY .WINDOW MATERIALS FLEXIBLE, SHATTERPROOF " JA.OE BETTER. LAST LONGER £. Branded on the Edg« Meant Satisfaction Guaranteed Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: USED SIECiLEK KITCH- en oil burner. Must be in good condition. Phone 9037. 53-251-3tc For Sale NEW GAS FURNACE, 150,000 BTU. Space heater 60,000 BTU. 17 ft. upright Deep Freeze. Dial 3297. 55-244-tfC Room for Rent 60 FOB BENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE BY OWNERt 2 BED- room home and several acres on south side. Dial 3602. 63-252-6tc FOB SALE: 2 & S B.B. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wilber Walkup Real Estate, Phone 2629. 63-217-tfC Apartment for Rent 65 FOB KENT: APT. FUBNISHEDrLN- eluding all utilities, $45.00 mo. Phone 2020. 65-252-ltc 2-BEDBOOM APT. TELE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL, 3109. 65-132-tfO APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfo APT. FOB RENT: VERY NICE 8 rooms and bath. Heat furnished. Prefer one lady or couple. Call 9958 after 3 p.m. 65-250-3tp Farms for Sale 67 UNIMPROVED 80 ACRES—A REAL money maker. Frank Hoffmann. Phone 2210. 67-249-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 ffiAWS TFCflS SOLD AT CARROLL LUMBER CO. 47-252-ltc PICKUPS 1955 International B100, new Heider grain and stock rack, extra clean. 1954 Chevrolet 94-ton. 1950 Chevrolet Va-ton. 1950 International %-ton. 1949 Studebaker Va-ton, 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Victoria, like new. 1956 Ford Victoria hardtop. 195G Dodge 9-passenger wagon, extra sharp. Reinhart Motors Scranton, Iowa Phone 174 71^251 -2 tc m» FORD FAIRLANE 800 4-DOOIt blue and white. 4 new white wull tires 20,000 miles, cheap. Perfect condition. Phone MU 4-2273 or MU 4-5356. Coon Rftpidi. 71-350-3U; 1958 CHEVROLET BISf ATNF. \door, V-R, powerglUIe, r/Klin. heater. 2-tnne blue, riean l«irni car. McCny__Mot.ors. _ 7l-2-!f,-tfc 19ST C'HEV. 210 4-T>Oni{. LOCAL car with only rw.ono miles; '.\s Ford Country Sedan station Wagon. 6 passenger V-8.» I.ocnl one owner, low miit'iiKP car: 'f>S F.rlsp! 2-door sedan at special reductd prices. Wlttrock Motors. 71-2.V)-tfr Sports (Continued trom Page 2» Auto Service 75 WK 8UUGEST—HAVE VOT'll CAIl- buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. 1/ockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOR U E N E II A L ATTTOMOTIVft sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Ulnl 9132, 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE VOUK OLD RELIABLE HIUCK- Pontlac dealer before you ouy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOH A NEW 'B9 FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc Sale Date Claimed Nov. 5—Al Boss, Special Dairy Sale. Farmers Sale Barn, Carroll, Iowa. Nov. 11 — Mrs. Louise Wlllcnborg, complete closing out sale. 4 miles west of Coon Rapids on Highway 141, 1 mile south, % west. Wleland & Tlg- ges, Aucts. Nov. 17 — Wilfred Irlmeier, Closing Out Sale. 1 mile south of Templelon, 3 miles east and 3'/4 south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and 3',4 miles south. Wleland & Kerkhoff Bros., Aucts. Nov. 19 — Al Boss, Special Dairy Sale. Farmers Sale Barn, Carroll, Iowa. Tueadiy, Nov. 34 William Dorplng' haus. closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Mi mile west. Wieland and Tigges, Aucts, November 25 - Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, 1V4 miles East of Dedham. Wleland. Irlbeck & Tigges, Aucts. Nov. 30—Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and % West of Lldderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wleland, Aucts. Dec. 1 -Wm. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Vi mile east and ME mile south. Or 2 miles north. 2Va east and Vi mile south of WUiey. Byerly and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dee. 3—Andrew Jaspei Estate, Farm and Machinery. 2 miles east of Breda. Paul Grote, Auct. ' Dae, 10 — Mrs. Bertha Hegsling & Son closing out farm sale. 1 mile East and 2^4 North of Carroll or 3 miles West and 1% South of Lidder dale. Boss & Byerly, Aucts. Dee. 14 — Dwight Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and V4 mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and % mile South of Willey. Boss, Byerly & An derson, Aucts. Dee. 15 •- Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Way 30. I mile south, 1 mile east and % south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jin. 7—Dave Wledertn, Closing Out Sale. U4 miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 south, Vi east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. Manning Mariners Hold Costume Party (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Mariners of the Presbyterian Church met Oct. 22 for a Halloween costume potlack Guests included Mr. and Mrs Dale Johnson, Mr. and Mr&. Bur dette Schroeder and Dr. and Mrs John Edgerton. Costume awards went to the Rev. Carl Sinning anc Mrs. Willus Hill. The church dining room was appropriately decorated in a -Halloween theme, Members of the program commit tee were in charge of arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiese and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Arp supervised . entertainment. The November meeting will feature a silent bake sale. Mrs. E. F. Dau was hostess to the R-Gu-Not Club Oct. 21. Mrs. A. H. Hinz won high score; Mrs. Felicia Campbell, second; Mrs. Sib Livingston, low; and Mrs. John Schrum, 80 honors. Guests outside the club were Mrs. Ida Wiese and Mrs. Albert Dietz. Mrs. Frank Livingston will entertain next. Mrs. John Seidl Has Pinochle Club (Tlinen Herald fitwt Service) DEDHAM — Members of the Tuesday afternoon pinochle club met at the home of Mrs. John B. Seidl this week. Winner of the high score prize was Mrs. John Stangl, high bid, Mrs. John Plet- chette, and low score, Mrs. John Seidl. Refreshments were served by the hostess after the games. Frank Chain, father of Dr. L.W. Chain, who has made his home with the doctor and his wife for the past several years, was taken to a nursing home at Denison, after being released from St. Anthony Hospital. Lt. Greg Jennings spent several days at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Jennings. He is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs'. Harold Wieland, Duane, Bill, Jerry, and David returned home after spending two days visiting their daughter and sister, Judy Wieland, at St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis. She is a senior aspirant of the Franciscan Sisters and is attending Viterbo College there. Mrs. L. W. Chain, Mrs. William Meshek, Mrs. G. G. Jennings, Mrs. Frank Irlbeck, and Mrs. Mart Kanne are attending the series of night school classes held at the Manning High School every Wednesday evening. Legal Notices NOTICE OK Al'POlVl'MKN'i 1 OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OP IOWA, CARUOLL COL'N'ry. ss. No. 77'J8 NOTICE IS HEHKBY (JIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as administra- trix of the estate of Leonard II. Bruggeman deceased, late of Carroll County, All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to UK- undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Jla/.e! lii ui'.yinan Russell S. Wunschel. Atlurnoy Dated October JO. l»5« Oct. 12, 19. 26, 1959 Frisco Uses Pass to Nip Bears 20-17 By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer With sliiirpshooting Y. A. Tittle doing the bulk of the prospecting the San Francisco 4!>ers are dig ing hard for gold and glory in the National Football League. Tittle, alias "Bald Eagle," Is the brains of the outfit—the guy who maps strategy for sorties in to enemy territory. His accurate firing is the main reason the stir prising San Francisco crew is tied for the lead in the Western Division. The 32-year-old quarterback en gineered the 49ers victory Sunday passing 4(5 yards to R. C. Owens with 61 seconds left for the touchdown that beat Chicago's Bears 20-17. The victory gave San Fran cisco a ^4-1 record. The defending champion Baltimore Colts kept pace with the 40ers as Johnny Unitas threw three touchdown passes in a 38-21 triumph over Green Bay. In the Eastern Division, the New York Giants retained first place with a 4-1 mark by knock' ing off Pittsburgh's Steelers 21-16 In other games, Milt Plum passed for four TDs as Clevelanc mauled Washington 34-7, Detroit won its first game by upsetting Los Angeles 17-7 and Philadelphia edged Chicago's Cardinals 28-24 in a game played at Minneapolis. The 49ers, playing their first season under Coach Howard (Red) Hickey, virtually eliminated the highly rated Bears from title contention with a 1-4 record when Tittle looped his "alley oop" pass to the 6-foot-3 Owens. The tightly fought battle went down to the last four minutes with the score tied 10-all. Tommy Davis' field goal with 3:09 left gave the 49ers a brief lead. A 30-yard scoring aerial from Ed Brown to Jim Dooley put the Bears ahead 17-13 with 1:54 to go. Cyclones One of Three Possibles For Orange Bowl By The Associated Press High-riding Iowa State am slumping Iowa are primed for fas* finishes in the 1959 football sea son. But Cyclone Coach Clay Staple ton is a bit more pessimistic abou his team's chances than is Hawk eye Coach Forest Evashevski. "I would be awfully happy to break even" with Kansas, Nebras ka, San Jose State and Oklahoma Stapleton said after Iowa State had clipped Kansas State 26-0. II was the Cyclones' fifth victory ol the season and assured them of the best season mark since 1949. "We'll" win them all" comment ed Evashevski in looking ahead to Kansas State, Minnesota, Ohio State and Notre Dame. The Hawk eyes need the victories to salvage prestige already tarnished by three Big Ten losses. Tied for Cellar Iowa, the defending champion, now is tied for the cellar spot with Minnesota. ' The Cyclones unveiled a new gimmick in the victory over Kansas State. Stapleton had a television set on the Iowa State bench, and used it to monitor the Wildcats' defenses. "We got a lot of good out of it", Stapleton said. He also got a lot of good out of tailback Dwight Nichols, the Cyclone workhorse who played the Dest game of his illustrious career. Nichols tossed touchdown passes of 42 and 19 yards and rolled 42 yards for a touchdown himself. The Knoxville senior churned 161 ,'ards on the ground and passed : or 108 for a total offense mark of 269 yards. Fullback Tom Watkins also was at his best. He raced 40 yards n' the fourh quarter for the clinching touchdown, and gained 89 yards rushing on 13 carries. Bowl Possibility The Cyclones are tied for second in the Big Eight with Kansas and Missouri, all with 2-1 records. Iowa State, in all games, has won nore (5-1), gained more points (163) and yielded fewer (32) than any other conference team. the "Dirty Thirty" as the Cyclones like to be called, travel to Kansas Saturday. A victory would Hit them very much in the run- ling for an Orange Bowl trip as Oklahoma, the conference leader, s ineligible to return this year. it would also give them the best •ecord since 1944, when Iowa State won six games. NDIAN WAR COLLEGE NEW DELHI (AP) - India will open a national defense college •arly next year to educate her of- icers in the broader aspects of war. The Indian military forces were established by the British in the days before independence. Since 1947 Indian officers have attended Britain's Imperial defense college. Only two or three placed were available to them in each class. The new college will be opened in the former British high commission buildings in New Delhi. Tim** H«r«tcf, Carroll, I*. *P MoncUy, Ocf 16, 1959 j Conservationists to Study Needs of State By Five Areas DKS MOINKS (APi—Thr> Slnle Conservation f '> m m i s sion announced Monday it tentatively has divided the state info five genpral areas for a planned .study of rec- reationnl facilities. All available information in the existing areas, accumulated for the past several yours, will be annly/ed to determine the potential of present facilities for future expansion. The commission said the five zones are the Missouri River and Big Sioux, the northwestern natural lake.s and wetlands, the northeastern rivers and trout streams, the southern rivers and artificial lakes, nnd the Mississippi River. Commission personnel will coordinate the Information. R. W. Daubendelk has been assigned to the Mississippi River area, and Gerald Jauron has been assigned to the Missouri River area. Other assignments have not been made. Dating Discussed of Youth Sessions One hundred fifty members of the Senior High Westminster Presbyterian fellowship were present at the Carroll church for a rally Sunday afternoon and evening. Churches represented besides Car roll were Glidden, Lytton, Sac City, Rockwell City, Manilla, Auburn, Vail, Westside, Early, Denison and Manning. The Rev. Robert Caldwcll of Denison spoke on "Have Date, Now What?" using a filmstrip for illustration. The subject, having to do with Christian behavior in dating, was discussed in ten groups, each led by an adult. At the closing worship service, an offering was taken to be used toward the support in 1960 of a foreign student at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. This is a project of the Northwest Iowa Presbytery young people. Raymond Heald of Rolfe, college advisor, presided at the rally, with Judy Cruchelow, local moderator, as hostess. Jan White was organist for the worship service. An evening meal was served by U.P.W. of the Carroll church, with Mrs. Robert Barels as chairman. She was assisted by parents of other Presbyterian youth. SILENCE! . . . This two-lnrh half-pound mho will shut up Ann'rifia's newest satellite, Explorer V1F, a year from now— perliaps In the middle of a beep. The silencer, developed by Rul- ova, wns Installed to prevent tho satellite from radioing continuous Information after It has ceased to be useful. Its expected life Is 20-25 years. Star Club to Help With Open House i for Education Week ISU Reactor(Continued from Page 1) man of the nuclear engineering department. "The physicist asks 'why' in research. The nuclear engineer is concerned with utilizing nuclear discoveries for.the benefit of man kind," says Dr. Muphy. One of the experiments Dr Murphy contemplates with the re actor is to find out how various instruments react when exposec to radiation. Such instruments could be lowered into the heart of the reactor, given a good dose of radiation and then examined, he says. But he says the reactor, capable of generating 10,000 watts in the form of heat, will be used basically for teaching. Safe to Operate The reactor is quite safe to operate and be around. There are at least 16 safeguards either built in or controlled manually. "In fact," says Dr. Murphy, "the worst that can happen around here is for someone to trip and fall down the catwalk." There's even one device called an "earthquake scram," which shuts down the machine in case of an earthquake. A health physicist is on duty at all times during operation of the reactor to test any radiation count n the air. And at the monitoring'board, a red signal flashes and a buzzer sounds if the radiation count with- n the machine gets above the 10,000-watt level. At present, the reactor still is undergoing checkouts, Students will begin using it in December. Dr. Murphy figures that it will at least 10 years before the reactor will have to be refueled with uranium again. Deaths(Continued from Page 1) ersection about five miles west of Algona. Clarence C. Culbertson, 67, and Norman Dale Reinhart, 23, both >f Marshalltown, died as a result of a collision on Highway 14 seven miles north of Marshalltown. Culbertson was killed outright in the Sunday crash and Reinhart died Monday. Vernon Bear, 24, of Rhodes, who died of injuries suffered Sunday on Highway 234 just east of 'ihodes, when his car left the highway and rolled several times. Bride, 19, Dies Mrs. Dennis Oxley, 19, of Wacksburg, a bride of 10 days, who was injured fatally when a ar driven by her husband struck an embankment at a gravel road ntersection three miles south of Ylacksburg. Gary Peterson, 20-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Peterson )i Coin, who died Saturday of in- uries suffered when a car driven Mrs. Peterson went out of con- rol on a county road near Northboro. Richard Ken, 24, of Davenport, v/hp was fatally injured Friday night in a three-car crash in downtown Davenport. (I lines Ili'.-uld >HMV» STAR —Mrs. Hazel Uolger entertained the ,Slar Progressive Anf-i-American Feeling Mounts in Cuban Capital By ROBKKT BKKRKU,K7, HAVANA 'AC- Anfi-.\n,i-H<-;ni ffHin<{ mounter) in ;!;r,;m?i t.rxhiy ;is Firlcl Castro's siiiifMirtci s Ixsit the drums lo rn.'irshnl ;i rniiii'm f'ulicins for a rally pn/id'iir.: ' foreign at(i,'Tt!ssioti" demist, the rt-\- olutionai y rcyinif. The Ciilnm I,;ihnr ('<inf<''l<T;if.iou sot tlif stfm'c for the m;immoih show of lo.yalty or<!or>'(I hy ih-.: prime minister lo support, Oiliaii demands that (ho f."niu>fl States prevent nnt.i-f'astro Cukms in Flr>- rifla from flying ovf-r Cuba drop- piny loaflets and arms. More than a million badges reading "against foreign aggression" were prepared for the demonstrators. A general work shutdown was declared for noon in Havana and three neighboring provinces to hring out a huge crowd before the presidential palace. Blaring sound trucks and the pro-gorernment press and radio kept, up the cry against the intruders from abroad. The government charges that two mystery planes which dropped anti-Castro leaflets on Havana in daylight last Wednesday came from the United States. As the planes flew over the city, hit-and- run gangs sped through the city | in cars, throwing bombs and grenades. Two Cubans were killed and Club at her home Thursday «f- i a |, out ; -, 0 injured, and Castro ternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Dailey, pres- charged that 'the planes dropped Ident conducted a short business i , bombs as well as leaflets. But meeting. The club will help at the i some witnesses said the casualties open house to be held at the school j resu it e d from the automobile house during National Education Week. Bonnie McLaughlin had the lesson on Modern Laboratory Techniques and Procedures, holl call topic was "Health Tips." Fourteen members and three guests were present. Guests were Mrs. Sadie Ilollenbeck, McAllen, Tex., Mrs. Walter Sumner and Mrs. Orel Thomas. The next meeting is to be a family night program at the Star Community Center Nov. 3 Golden Link Rebekah lodge mel In regular session at the IOOF Hall in Coon Rapids. The lodge voted a donation to the IOOF Home in Mason City to be usec in the purchase of canned goods They received a thank-you for their recent contribution to the Polio Fund. An invitation to attend £ Unity meeting at Lake City Nov 13 was received and the lodge made plans to attend. It was votec to have a Fellowship meeting at the Coon Rapids lodge Monday evening Nov. 9, with neighboring lodges to be invited. A decoratet cake was presented to the secre tary, Mrs. Charles Moore, in hon cr of her birthday. Lunch was served by Mrs. Harold Grim, Mrs Edna Betts and Mrs. Ada Erb. The next meeting will be a "Hare Times" costume party Oct. 26 Serving committee will be Mrs Walter Schumacher, Mrs. La,w rence Davis and Mrs. Willard Sau vago. then individual light have slipped through 5th Man Arrested in Mail Fraud Case DES MOINES (AP) A fifth Des Moines man has been arrested in a mail fraud indictment charging the men with obtaining money through a house resurfacing scheme. Arrested Sunday was Donald Downey, 42. He is one of 10 men indicted Friday by a Federal Court grand jury in Davenport on 23 counts of mail fraud. Arrested Saturday were Archie M. Knight, 51, Lester W. Snell, 49, Lester D. Dayis Jr., 29, and Thomas J. McDonald, 48, all of Des Moines. Postal Inspector D. D. Duggan said more arrests would be made soon. Names of the other five men indicted have not been disclosed. U. S. District Attorney Roy Stephenson said the men sold ex- erior home resurfacing materials ,o at least 36 persons, most of hem elderly women, in the Midwest. The Indictment charges that the prices chargecT for the materials were exorbitant, that the firm used as an address a telephone answering service, and that fraudulent claims were made about the durability and appearance of the product. Synthetic Penicillin Will Be Ready Soon SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — The irst synthetic penicillin, more deadly to germs but safer for humans than natural penicillin, should be in doctors' hands in a ew weeks, it was announced to- lay. gangs and from the fire of army personnel shooting wildly at the planes. Since planes Cuban air force patrols several times to drop anti-Castro leaflets on the capital or its suburbs. The fiery prime minister has repeatedly denounced the United States for giving refuge to Cuban enemies of his revolutionary regime whom he has branded as war criminals. A group of 73 professional, civic and religious organizations sent a cable to the U.S. Congress protesting the air activity and urging deportation of Cuban counter-revolutionaries in the United States. Bank(Continued from Page 1) consuming and costly duplication of effort. The "Post-Tronic" Is equipped with an electronic reading and recording mechanism that automatically stores a depositor's checking- account balance on conventional- type monthly statements in the form of invisible magnetic symbols. As a result, an operator cannot make an incorrect pickup of a depositor's balance, eliminating a frequent source of error. The machine also verifies electronically that the proper check is charged against the proper account. It automatically aligns the bookkeeping form to the next proper posting line. Should an account at any moment become overdrawn, the machine notifies the operator immediately. If the operator should commit any one of several possible errors in preparing a statement, the machine becomes inoperative until proper corrective steps have been taken. Accuracy First The bank pointed out that in landling the thousands of transactions that take place every day, accuracy is always the primary consideration. All systems are designed to check and double-check every record made of a transac- ;ion. Electronics simplifies the .ask. By making unnecessary many manual operations now required, he machine also frees the operator from fatiguing detail work and ,'reatly simplifies the problem of raining new employees. Because of its automatic operations and error-eliminating features, the "Post- Tronic" reduces in some cases up o 50 per cent the time required or a single posting run. Leroy Schumans Anniversary (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schuman entertained Saturday vening in observance of their 32nd /edding anniversary which was Oct. 12. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jharlie Stuhr, Arcadia; Mr. and .Irs. Marvin Sch.ultz, Manning, and Mr, and Mrs. Otto Massman, r. and Mrs. Virtus Brus, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schoessler, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lueders and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Musfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Lenz, Mr. and The new penicillin apparently j Mrs. Glen Lenz, Mr. and Mrs. Lou- A home building associa t i o n speaker says housewives need more closet room. Where kids forget to hang things up, destroys germs which have become resistant to the old penicillin — dnd causes fewer dangerous reac- ions. 11 can be taken by mouth and is so powerful that it promises to make penicillin shots obsolete, re- ie Gehlsen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder, Sharon and Jeri, Mr. and Mrs. Hu^o Wilhelm, Clara Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schuman. The door prize was won by Mrs. Louis Gehlsen. Mrs. Harold ported Dr. Amel R. Menotti, vice Schroeder and Mrs. Otto Massman president and scientific director of i won first and second card prizes Bristol Laboratories. The new product, called Syncil- for playing "500". Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. lin, is a stripped down version of! William Meggers attended the natural penicillin with a nusv birthday party honoring Mrs. An- chemical body style. inn Hiii^ on IHT «2iul birthday at Preliminary evidence indicates .the V.F.W. Hall in Manning, the drug does not produce as; Mrs. Verle Massmaa attended a many dangerous side effects a> bridal shower honoring Janet Tent shuts of the natural penicillin. , ot Schleswig held in the Lutheran Menotti made the announcement 'I'hurch basement in Schlf.swig. of the new penicillin at the dedi-iMiss Tent will become (he brido cation of a new lU-million-doIlar j of Robert Beeck of Schleswig Nov. research facility of the Bristol & j 1. Myers Co subsidiary. He said i Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson, further scientific reports would be Lincoln. .\\;b., and Mr. and Mrs, made at the seventh annual sym- Dudley Robertson. Austin, Tex., piisium on antibiotics in Washing usited Mr and Mrs Lyuu Tliiedu ton, Nov. t-fci,

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