Carroll Daily Times Herald in Carroll, Iowa
10 Aug 1955

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Carroll Daily Times Herald in Carroll, Iowa
10 Aug 1955

Read an issue on 10 Aug 1955 in Carroll, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Carroll Daily Times Herald.

Browse Carroll Daily Times Herald

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 10 Aug 1955 Carroll Daily Times Herald in Carroll, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Carroll, Iowa Carroll vol. 86-no. 187 Carroll Iowa wednesday August 10,1955 ten pages Herald delivered by Carrier boy to the Horn Nerti Kip Nung for 30 cents per week Hurricane holds off blow entire East coast Alert decent burial denied 2 pcs mate testifies Camp undertaker heard at trial of Gallagher accused in 3 deaths weeks defies order to produce records Washington at Secretary of executive director of the Council Commerce weeks and his business advisory Council wednesday defied orders of a House committee to produce Bac records and files. Walter s. White $25,000 a year new York i the Camp undertaker testified wednesday Frozen ground made it impossible to give a decent burial to two american War prisoners who allegedly died at the hands of a fellow american in Korea. William c. Stevenson 24, of Vandy a describing himself As the undertaker in the chinese red prison Camp was a witness at the court martial of sgt. James c. Gallagher 23, of Brooklyn Gallagher is accused of tossing $18,808,215 apportionment to Iowa sick soldiers from a hut into 40 " a below Zero weather and Iowa s share of Road fund $18.8 million Washington w the Federal government has announced an degrees leaving them to die because he did t want to hear their moans. Related final scene As its share of 875 million dollars in Federal Aid Highway Money for the fiscal year beginning next july 1. Seven big states get 35 per cent relating the final grim scene in of the total it was reported tues a. Hot Mair Vyrl Lauho Tny a liar urn the deaths Stevenson said he was a member of an eight Man burial detail that carried the bodies on stretchers across the Frozen Yalu River to the burial ground. The Frozen ground and Lack of tools however prevented digging of Graves. Instead the detail scraped Sand and threw it Over the bodies Stevenson said. Stevenson testified he first saw the bodies Frozen to death on the porch of the hut and said this was when a. Prisoner died in a hut the body was usually taken and put in a shed in a compound he said. Therase of a third prisoner who died after allegedly being beaten by Gallagher was told in monday s testimony. Faces charge Gallagher a tall 23-year-old red Blond with a Boyish looking face is the Only american Ever tried on charges of having directly caused the death of i prisoners in North 1 Korea. He is accused of unpremeditated murder which is classed As i second degree and of Collaborat-1 ing with his red captors., i witnesses a g a i n s t Gallagher whose Home is in Brooklyn said he curried favor with the reds and got warm clothing and extra food while they shivered in regular army fatigue uniforms and were ill from malnutrition. They said they were too sick to oppose Gallagher when he allegedly threw John w. Jones of Detroit and Donald t. Baxter of Waukon Iowa into the cold. Walter j. Bolinsky a 23-year- old former pow from blooms Burg pa., said he knew the men were alive at the time because he saw them move. Did you hear any of the prisoners say anything he was asked. Bolinsky answered i heard one ask to come Back Gallagher. See Page 7 Day. New York leads the list with $56,235,233 and Texas is next with $52,594,859. Involved in the apportionment vesti gation Are 315 millions for the primary j business Sec Road system 210 for the secondary ment in an advisory capacity with network 175 millions for interstate i out compensation while drawing appeared before the House anti Trust subcommittee in response to a subpoena and challenged the committee s Legal right to require production of All the Council s files. The Council composed of about 200 top business executives acts As economic and business adviser to weeks. No authority White produced a letter from weeks stating that the records Are in Possession of the Commerce department and White has no right or authority to deliver any of them to any person or any of the committees of subcommittee chairman Celler any promptly declared the Council s Defiance would be referred to All members of the committee to decide if contempt of Congress was involved. White was subpoenaed last Friday to culminate a running fued Between Celler and Secretary weeks Over the subcommittee s in of Dollar a year serving the depart superhighways and 175 millions for Urban roads. The states with certain exceptions must match 50-50 the Federal Money put up for the primary secondary and Urban systems. The Federal government supplies 60 per cent of the Money for the interstate network. Iowa was allotted $7,621,742, for primary roads $5,579,210 for secondary roads $2,059,014 for Urban and $3,548,249 for interstate. Iowa has 8,679 Miles of primary roads 92,125 Miles of secondary or farm to Market roads and 10,-232 Miles of Urban highways. Their regular from private business firms. Contends files immune weeks has contended the Bac is an official advisory government Agency and As such its confidential files Are immune from congressional scrutiny under the doctrine of separation of Powers which makes the executive Branch of the government the co equal of the legislative Branch. Outbreak of fires blamed on youngsters Marshall town Iff police and fire departments Here have joined in efforts to Stop what they term a rash of fires started by youngsters All under 12 years of age. They asked tuesday that parents cooperate and prevent the children from playing with matches especially the wooden Stem Type. Use. Match dims youngsters have started several fires authorities believe with wooden matches propelled through the air by the Spring action of clip clothes pins. Merchants have been asked not to sell that Type of clothes pin to youngsters. Latest of the fires believed started by Small Fry authorities said was monday when an estimated $1,000 damage was caused to a truck Semi trailer and equipment at the Central Iowa produce co. Three youngsters 6, 8 and 10 years were blamed for the fire. 4th fire in week police said it was the fourth fire within a week attributed to children. Others caused some damage to Anson Junior High school and a pick up truck. Cool wave rain in state Des Moines we widely scat pm s dealers urged to tighten up on easy credit new to Rimpi general motors dealers around the country have been urged to tighten up on easy credit for Auto buyers. The warning was issued by entered showers and thunderstorms i eral motors acceptance corp., brought varying amounts of rain j world s biggest Auto finance Corn fall to some parts of Iowa tuesday j Pany in a memorandum to pm night and Early wednesday As the i dealers. The memorandum said leading Edge of a new Cool front .0mac Nas a Sells Pion anal spread Over the state. Of me Peop a new buying. , the heaviest precipitation con motors new cars May not he fined mostly to Western Iowa was j ing As much As they could Corn recorded at Denison with 1.31 i pc stably afford and May be Obi inches and Sac City which had i gating themselves to make month-1.22 inches. Other rainfall amounts included Pocahontas 1.05 Kennebec. 1.05 Jefferson .92, Council Bluffs .90, Correctionville .76, Merrill .71, Lake Park .70 and Ida Grove .60. Sioux City had nearly a half Inch and Spencer about a fourth Inch. Synod will debate break at convention Saginaw Mich. In the evangelical lutheran Synod of Wisconsin prayed for guidance we clues a Day As it opened a biennial Eon mention which will debate a break of ties with the lutheran Church Synod of Missouri. The prayer for guidance came at a communion service attended by 250 delegates of the 325,000- member Synod. The Missouri syn Jod has 2 million members. The two synods have maintained communion pulpit and missionary cooperation since 1872, but have differed in recent years on doctrine. The Wisconsin Synod objects to lutherans becoming military chaplains and to Church sponsorship of boy scout troops it objects to chaplains being rely payments stretched out beyond Spon sible to military commanders their actual 1 -1 " " legion elects state officers at convention Oelwein banker commander Back Iowa Speed Lim it in resolutions report i Cedar rapids 11 r Churchill t. Williams. 39, Oelwein banker and former bomber Pilot wednesday was elected Iowa department j commander of the american be Gion. Election of officers took place at a the conclusion of the legion s 37th annual state convention Here. I five vice commanders were named. They were Kenneth j. J Benda Harwick William w. J Bronson Wyoming Barney Cor son Shenandoah Donald t. Hem i , Algona and Fred Trei a Bel Des Moines i a j. Laird Algona adjutant for a the past 30 years was re elected. Carl a. Skedin Toledo also was re elected historian. The Rev. Ernest Smith Stuart i was elected chaplain. Harold mul Ford Pierson is the new sergeant j at ams. I the delegates named Ward Loftus Tama As National executive committeeman with Donald e. J Johnson West Branch alternate. I unopposed i the new state commander Cash j Ier and vice president of the Oelwein state Bank was unopposed. I he succeeds c. Glenn Hamm of Glenwood j Williams was raised on a Dallas county farm and was graduated from Iowa state teachers College. He taught and coached at morning Sun High school for years. An air Force bomber Pilot in the South Pacific during world War ii Williams was awarded the j air medal with two clusters Silver j Star and several theater ribbons. He served More than three years in the air Force. He formerly was Fayette county \ commander department finance legion. See Page 7 Crew charts i Ruriane. Commander k. I. Foster of Chattanooga trim second from left and ills Crew returned to their Home base at Jacksonville s nit Vul air station after a reconnaissance flight in Hurricane the eleven Man Crew flew my Low level into the Eye of the storm. Connie the first hug storm of the season is moving North along the East coast and warnings have been hoisted to Virginia where winds Are expected to reach Hurricane Force Nea telephoto dolls offshore keeps weather men guessing no movement of big storm is expected for at least another 12 hours Hatteras. N. C. Up Hurricane Connie her mighty fist cocked at the Carolina coast held off the blow wednesday. The destructive storm lolled offshore and kept observers guessing where she would strike. The whole East coast was Alert to her danger. The weather Bureau in an 11 ., advisory placed the storm center225 Miles Southeast of Myrtle Beach s. A and said there was Little movement and probably would be Little for 12 hours. Countryman says hell decide on ouster action Des Moines up. Atty. Gen. Dayton countryman d c c 1 a r e d wednesday i shall be the one to determine whether or not ouster the attorney general also said that he would be the one to determine if and when Buch action will be Ike dubbed an old Man by Williams Rita Kessler to teach in Florida Rita Kessler has been elected to teach third Grade in the Public. G0-s or school system of Hialeah fla., the coming year. Miss Kessler who has been Here with her father Leo a. Kessler since returning from Germany aug. 2, is leaving sunday for Hialeah As a teachers meeting is to be held next week. School will be-1 Gin the first week in september j Sharon miss Kessler taught seventh and eighth Grade English and mathematics in the ludwigs Burg american elementary school at Stuttgart Germany last year. The Cool wave moved to Southeast wednesday from a line straddling the state from the Northeast to the Southwest. Some places had a few sprinkles along the front and a. Few showers were forecast for the. Southeast. Continued Cool weather was in store for the stale at least through thursday with readings in the Low High 7f s. Highs tuesday the dealer memorandum also states that undoubtedly some customers who should buy used cars Are being induced through easy terms to take delivery of new cars and some people who Ordi the warily would buy a lower priced new and not Christ it also objects that the boy scout oath makes the term god so Broad As to be acceptable to christians and non christians alike and therefore presents a god who is definitely not the god of the the Missouri Synod car Are easy termed into Ajin both the chaplain programs. There also doctrinal differences. J bigger More expensive i by and Large the brochure says cooperates and scout Are other dealers won t run into too much trouble if they stick to the Standard credit formula which re a quires a Down payment of one third of the Purchase Price and allows 30 months for paying off the balance. But it warns even ranged from 79 at Dubuque to 88 m such cases there is a five at. Sioux City. Low readings Early i month danger zone in which the wednesday were mostly in the 60 s Money owed on the car is great but the Weatherman said it would Jet Lllan the Ai s actual Market be up to 10 degrees cooler wednes value. Fifty one per cent of Mac Day night. New car repossessions Are made _ _ before the fifth instalment is paid the weather Starns in Hospital Sharon slams 16-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Starns is in room 2-140, St. Mary s Hospital Rochester Minn. Sharon who went to Rochester a week ago is receiving treatment for rheumatic fever. The last report showed her condition somewhat improved. Her Mother is with her. It says. Mississippi Bank is robbed of $37,000 Ackerman. Miss. Young Khaki Clad Bandit robbed the Bank of Ackerman of $37,000 wednesday and fled with an accomplice in a pick up truck. John l. Redfern transferred to be replaced by Skinner or. And mrs. John l. Redfern and children Deborah and Johnny arc leaving Carroll Friday to live in Des Moines where they will reside at 667 Tuth Street. Or. Redfern claims adjuster for the state farm automobile insurance has been located in Carroll about 16 months. He will be succeeded Here by Ira Skinner of Des Moines. Or. And mrs. Skinner and children will live in the apartment at 310 East third Street which the re ferns Are vacating. Or. And mrs. Redfern Are Active members of the Carroll Jay Cees and Jaycee Eues. Dulles appeals to South koreans j to have patience Moke Rio run j Page 10. Washington a i Secretary of state Dulles appealed to South Korea wednesday to exercise patience and avoid violent action in efforts to oust truce supervisors from the country j Dulles asserted emphatically at a news conference that the United states intends to live up to its obligation to protect the truce team i members who include communist czechs and poles. J South koreans have staged Vio Lent demonstrations against the truce teams in which a number of american soldiers have been injured none seriously. Korean president Sygman Rhee has demanded that they get out of his country. Dulles agreed with Stith korean charges that these reds Are Little More than spies but he said he does not think information they pick up can imperil the Republic of Korea. Dulles also rejected in response to questions the whole idea of trying to unify Korea or any other divided nation in today s world by Force. Dulles said that because of the devastation of atomic War the country might be unified Only for insects and not for people. He added that he doubts whether that would be satisfactory even to the hot tempered red hating South koreans. Action will lie against county at-1 he made his remarks in a news Torney Warren Johnson of Clinton j Deleuse in the latest development of a Many month controversy with Johnson Over liquor Law enforcement in Clinton county. Made letter Public last Friday countryman Madej Public a letter to Johnson asking for a report on the county actor a Ney s handling of a liquor and gambling Case in Clinton. 1 in Johnson s reply made Public monday he had suggested that he Chicago 11-democratic gov. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan wednesday described president Elj " id countryman either solve their Benhower As an old Man who May not. Want. A. Second term bit who is Likely to be forced by republicans into running in 1056, Williams who said he is leaving the door open to the possibility that he May seek his own party s nomination told reporters at the 47th annual governors conference that a lot of things can happen before next year s party conventions president Eisenhower is an old Man Williams said. He May die before the Campaign starts Eisenhower is 64. When a reporter remarked this seemed a. Cold blooded statement Williams supplemented it by saying that Adlaie Stevenson the 1952 democratic nominee or any of us May die before that Williams noted that if Eisenhower runs and in re elected he will become the nation s oldest president before he completes a new four year term. Airman drowns Cedar rapids w Lyle Hurt 18-year-old airman Home on leave differences in a gentlemanly manner or that countryman Start ouster proceedings countryman s statements referring to his request for from Johnson said whenever there Are cases where the prosecution Appeal s to me to be wholly inadequate j shall always ask for a report As provided in the Law. The attorney general said Johnson sent report of the handling of the Case which included dismissal of charges of keeping liquor in a tavern and Possession of gambling devices. Insufficient evidence Johnson s letter said he recommended dismissal of these charges on grounds of insufficient evidence to prosecute. However the defendant Kenneth Rands paid a $300 Fine for Possession of baseball Pool tickets and the Clinton City Council revoked his Beer License. To train for jobs Webster City i on the Job training for College business students will be tried for the first time in Iowa this year at Webster j the Peak wind May have dropped from 135 to 125 Miles an hour the Bureau said. Any wind Over 75 Miles an hour is Hurricane Force warning hoisted Hurricane warnings were hoisted from Myrtle Beach vacation spot where Hazel came ashore last year to the Virginia capes. The Bureau said the future path of Connie is Uncertain but winds probably would reach Gale Force on the North Carolina coast wednesday night and Hurricane Force by thursday morning with the Center Likely to head for Cape Lookout Southwest of Here 250 killed in my the entire Eastern Seaboard remembering three 1954 hurricanes which killed More than 250 persons and caused upward of a i billion dollars damage girded for any eventuality and kept a watchful Eye on Connie s Progress. Indications were that Connie would hit not far from the Point Hazel came to land last oct 115 to sweep northward through the heavily populated East Clear to Canada most hurricanes blow themselves put. Shortly after they reach land. But after Hazel no chances were being taken. Towering Waves and High tides already pounded the North Carolina Shore. And hard tropical show a report i ers pelted residents and vacation ers moving to safety away from the beaches. Entire coast alerted the entire East coast from Savannah ga., to Provincetown mass was under Hurricane Alert. Rough seas were re sorted All along the area. Drowned tuesday while swimming j City Junior College after being approved by the u. S. Office of education. Students who take part in the program will  attend classes during the morning and in the afternoon work for retail business firms. They will receive regular College credits for time on the Job besides being paid for their work. In a Quarry at Fairfax about seven Miles Southwest of Here. Hurt son of or. And mrs. Walter Hurt of Cedar rapids was swimming with a 13-year-old neighbor boy Stephen j Chase when he went Down in i about 20 feet of water. His body was recovered about three hours later. Two men already have died indirectly As a result of Connie their Navy plane crashed at Norfolk va., As they sought to evacuate it to safety Inland. Air Force Marine and Navy planes All along the Eastern Seaboard were put in hangars or flown Inland. Navy ships put. To sea to ride out the storm rather than be battered against docks. Small crafts moved by the thousands into streams and creeks the super Carrier Forrestal still unfinished at Newport news va., was made As secure As possible in her berth. A Hundred Miles off Cape cod construction workers Laboured through the night trying to secure a 10-million-Dollar radar Tower being built at sea. A coast guard Cutter stood by to take them off the towering Structure. Carroll forecast j fair wednesday night and thurs Day cooler wednesday night Low 52-55. High thursday about 78. J forecast mostly fair wednesday night and thursday. Cooler wednesday night with Little change in temperatures thursday. High thursday 78-86. Low wednesday night 52 Northwest to 62 Southeast. Further Outlook partly Cloudy Friday moderate temperatures. Tin weather in Carroll Hii ily temper t Are i a Mirtest j Iii vhf Rul Ilir or ire company yesterday s High. .84 yester Day s Low. 65 at 7 i. Today. 7 at in Today. ,. 7k precipitation 2l hours prior to 7 a in .30 Inch of rain. Weather a year ago there was rain during the night a  1 ionian and skies were Cloudy a year ago today. Low temperature was 58 and High 66. I of Jan Nike to seek major changes in reserves program next year Tecc a tractor crash. One Man was Hurt not seriously when the tractor on which he was Riding was in collision with an empty gravel truck a half mile South of Highway 3d near the Arcadia Corner thursday afternoon. Taken to St. Anthony Hospital in the Shari ambulance were. Bernard Bellinghausen 36, Arcadia his son Tommy 9, and Elmer nees 24, also of Arcadia. Or. Belling Hausen remained in the Hospital for treatment of a broken nose and cuts and bruises. Driver of the truck was Cecil d. Mccoy 34, of Lanesboro. The front wheels of the tractor were knocked on one Side of the Road and the Back wheels on the other. Sheriff Al Thorup said that the tractor a making a left turn when it was struck by the Norco Ahnand truck. Al Thorup photo. Danny sea ton. Who will receive his b. A degree in Commerce Al graduation exercises of the state University of Iowa wednesday evening will begin work for Sears at Janesville wis. Aug. 29. In the meantime he will vacation Here with his parents. Or. And mrs. Dan Seaton and family. His parents and his Brothers Lanny and Bobby went to Iowa City wednesday morning to attend the exercises Winch will be held at 7 30 . At the Iowa Field House. Danny will return Home with his parents and Brothers thursday. Also attending his graduation will be or. And mrs. Howard Kobe and daughters Arleta and Sharon who expect to return to Carroll wednesday night. Writes Kate Shelley Boone a a Boone songwriter Ruth Hile. Has written a new song entitled kale words for a the song Are about the famous Iowa heroine who saved a Chicago &. North Western train by crawling Over a Bridge near Moin Gona in 1881 to warn that the Bridge was out. Washington it i. President Eisenhower says hell ask Congress Early next year to make major changes in the new military Reserve program which he signed into Law tuesday. Eisenhower said the measure product of three months of congressional wrangling Falls of his recommendation. However he signed it a few hours before the deadline for presidential action he cause he said it will definitely strengthen the Reserve the goal of the new program is expansion of the 700.000 Man ready Reserve to 2.900.000 men. Eisenhower wanted this goal met by 1960, saying it was vital to his plan for reducing the Active armed forces. But changes made by Congress in effect postponed the full Reserve buildup by two years. In a 600-word statement released by the White House after he signed the Bill at his Gettysburg. A farm Eisenhower made known ins plan to ask Early amendment ithe new Law. He said he is Secretary of defense Wilson to prepare for presentation to Congress next year amendments necessary to collect the deficiencies in this the president complained that the Bill fails to Grant authority to draft men for the reserves if sufficient numbers to meet military requirements Are not obtained Amajor provision of the legislation sets up a Brand new Reserve program for youths under 18 years. Up to 250,000 such youths can Volunteer each year for three to six months of Active training after which they would serve 7 years in the reserves. Young men in this program would not be subject to the regular two year draft. The army has asked defense department approval to begin a program of six months training in of october with an initial quota of Between 5,000 and 10,000 men. I ted Schulz or. Buys Horry Rose residence ted Schulz or. Has bought the Harry Rose Home at 1606 North Adams Street taking Possession about oct. 1. Or. And mrs. Schulz and children will move into the residence from their Home at -106 Lincoln or. And mrs. Rose will build a new Home on their main Street lots directly Back of their present Home. Margaret on Toile Havre. France to mar Garet Truman arrived aboard the liner United states wednesday Tor a six week tour of Europe. If you Don t Hove your paper by 6 . Then dial 3573 and Well see that you get one. However we would like to ask you not to Call before that time because in Many cases Between 5 p. M. End 6 p. M. Your Carrier boy might be near your Home about the time you Call. However you should have your paper by 6 p. M. And we would appreciate your calling if you do Nof have it by this time

Search All Newspapers in Carroll, Iowa

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Carroll Daily Times Herald Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Carroll Daily Times Herald?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!