Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 12, 1976 · Page 7
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be In the Times Herald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch J1./0 Additional insertions J1.50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 12c Three days, per word 24c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 '"ords 10c per word Cord of Thanks 3 CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to all the 3rd floor personnel for the kindness and excellent care given me; to Dr. McCabe and Dr. Schaefer, God bless you for your care. Thanks to my family, relatives and friends and especially to our employes and wives of Badding Construction for the many cards, visits, prayers and flowers sent to my .room. To you, Father Silk, Father Dale Reiff and Msgr. Lenz my heartfelt thanks for your visits and blessings. Sincerely, Mrs. Bob Badding 3-51-ltp Times Herald, Carrel), la. Friday, March 12, 1976 Card of Thanks LUCITE HOUSE PAINT OUR LOW $11 n SALE PRICE 11.VJ/ DUPONT $ K REBATE *1.5U YOUR COST AFTER RECEIVING DUPONTREBATE 47 GAL. 10 MJCI LUCITE WALL PAINT ^COUPON} OUR LOW SALE PRICE DUPONT $1 K/X REBATE 1.3U YOUR COST AFTER RECEIVING DUPONT REBATE OUR <H REGULAR Jk ~GAL. $9.47 $1.50 OVSH REBATE OFFER GOOD ON ALL GALLONS OF LUCITE' PAINTS, PURCHASED BETWEEN FEBRUARY 29 AND MARCH 21, 1976. QUARTS NOT ELIGIBLE. dim tend $_ riblli IJI.SO pit gtl.l lor gall, ol LUCITE"purcfmud. Cllh Itgitlli uciiptland libel! inclmid. To git your retain chick: 1. Send Ihii coupon with complete name and addreu (only one cou pon needed 'tegatdle« ol gallons purchased). , '. , HI , ...atink 2. Send vout caih ngltler receipt and ; ™» ™|™" Iront portion ol label! for each i IIOUII , IO $1.50 claimed las illutltainil tin ^ tight) at proof ol purchaw. Quatli not eligible. 3. Mail 10 LUCITE- GREAT PAINT REBATE P.O. Box 8236/Philadilphii, PA 19101 cifv . STATE. Rttiueit lor rabalt mull bn pottmarkid no lalar than APM| 17. 1976 Void when' r.iaerl. iiioliiiiileii, 01 olriitrwiMI r«lrii:t«l. Pol lion ol from liitieK lor icliaie claim rnav no) lie mrrhjnit.illv renroUui Dtl Allow 4 G week* lor reliatc check INTERIOR ENAMEL 1 GALLON LUCITC EmM Semi-gloss. Dries'in 12 hours. Water, clean-up. CELEBRATE! WITH A NEW ROOM! LUCITE MAKES ROOMS LIKE NEW... FAST AND EASY! CARROLL GIBSON'S GIBSON DISCOUNT CENTER TLOO? PAINT 1 GALLON For concrete floors or wood. Dries in an hour. Water clean-up. ^ LUCITE . Boor Paint |97 -Stalf Photo Passes Off— Lake View-Auburn's Sara.Wernimont passes to Micki Olberding (45) during Thursday afternoon's quarter-final game with West Lyon. Defending state champion LV-A whipped West Lyon, 67-53, to advance into tonight's semi-finals against Cedar Rapids Washington. Clubs Have Meetings In Manning MANNING — Friendly Neighbor Club met at the Plaza on Thursday for their regular meeting with the husbands as special guests. Cards were played with Eunice and Hugo Ahrendsen and Ila Grimm receiving high. Royal Neighbors met for their regular meeting on March 1 at the home of Nettie Hansen. The group* made a ,c,9ntribu,tjpn to New,,Iiope Village. Cards were played and prizes were won by Goldie Meeves, Edna Hiatt, Bernice Nielsen, Ruby Schrum and Dorothy Sharp. The Garden Club met on Tuesday with Margaret Hinz. The business meeting was conducted by Lavonne Puck. The group donated $15 to the American Foreign Students Committee. Helen Donaghu conducted the program, "Harbingers of Spring." Arrangement for "The Birds" was furnished by Margaret Hinz. Garnett Stribe showed a bicentennial wreath which included all of the states of the union. llowa Bookshelf Edited By Mary Ann Riley THE TIME OF ILLUSION. By Jonathan Schell. (Knopf, $10.00) This important book, brilliantly written, authoritative and timely, brings form to-the seeming chaos of 'the Nixon Years' and includes flashbacks to the Kennedy and Johnson Years as applicable. All of thte current 'insider' books have dealt with one or several facets of our complex political history of the late 60s and early 70s. Only Schell, (an eminently objective New Yorker writer), has managed to see the substance and rationale behind the activities of the three Presidents and especially the various 'images' assumed by the Nixon administration. He portrays .the ideologies and the temper of the American people and of their official leaders and what emerges is a clear picture with all the piecemeal bits of the puzzle firmly in place. A puzzle it was, and has been; when the administration said one thing, it did another and vice versa. Every few months an abrupt unexplained about-face took place. All steps taken had their roots in Schell's chosen title. America was made the victim of illusion by professional image-makers who saw a towering Presidency as their sole function. Perhaps the analogy of a Towering Inferno' is apt. as. illusions shattered, we lived through the summer of 1974. 'Profound historical intuition,' as cited on the dustcover is not flattery but fact, concerning this author. The book appeared as a series of articles in The New Yorker and is a Book-of-the Month Club alternate for January. — 'Mary Ann Riley REVOLUTIONARIES WITHOUT REVOLUTION. By Andre Thirion. (MacMillan, $15.95) The author became the .leader of the Parisian avante-garde, after World War I, and promoted both surrealism in art and Communism in politics. He was personally acquainted with the intellectuals, or as some would say pseudo intellectuals, of the period: Breton, Aragon, Cali, Miro, Gaicometti. Even before World War II. the American influence was felt in Paris and the author notes the preoccupation with jazz and American films during this period. As World War II approached, the author became more mature politically, and unable to accept the rigid Communist line, adopted moderate .political views and gave his allegiance to DeGaulle as the national leader of France. An excellent and informative account of French intellectual life between the wars — R. Choate Aerosol Cans Ordered Out WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) — Aerosol deoderants have been ordered out of the Waterloo schools after two teen-agers died from sniffing fumes from aerosol cans in their homes. School Supt. George Diestelmeier*said it has been reported that some physical education students may have sprayed the deoderant inside swimming caps and then inhaled the fumes that collected inside. "We will still provide deode- rant for the students, but it will be non-aerosol types, such as roll-on," said Asst. Supt. Charles Vaughn, who said orders for the spray cans have been canceled. A 14-year-old Waterloo girl died in her bed Sunday after she sprayed aerosol deoderant into a plastic bag and inhaled it to get high, officials sajd. In January, a 17-year-old senior high school student was found dead in his home, and an autopsy determined that fumes from an aerosol can had caused his heart to stop beating. The fatal substance in the spray cans is the freon propel- laht, which is a toxic chemical that irritates the heart and can cause heart stoppage. A Stormy Spring Seen DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa's mild winter could mean an extra stormy spring, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service here says. The past few years have seen less than average severe weather, said Lawrence Krudwig, and "it is a typical pattern in weather that Mother Nature balances the scales sooner or later. ''A number of meteorologists who have been around for years note that when the winters have been relatively mild and when the amount of snow that has stayed on the ground throughout the winter has been small, an early and more severe onset of thunderstorms and tornadoes often results," said Krudwig. He said one reason for a stormy spring might be "that with the snow gone, solar energy is not expended melting that snow or getting frost out of the ground, so heat is available for production of thunderstorms earlier in the season." Burns Fatal to Iowa Man DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — A Davenport man died Thursday of burns suffered earlier this month when his clothing caught fire while he was filling a cigarette lighter. Albert Higley, 63, was burned over 50 per cent of his body in the March 3 incident. Officials said he was seated in a chair and was unable to stand up because of a broken hip. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank everyone for the flowers, cards and visits and the hospital staff for the good care I received while I was hospitalized. Mrs. William Witte 3-51-ltc CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank my family, relatives and friends for their prayers and visits, special thanks to Father Silk, Msgr. Karhoff, Father Reiff and all the clergy for their visits and blessings. Dr. Fangman. the nursing staff on third floor for their wonderful care and also the Carroll Ambulance Service. Mrs. Theresia Berger 3-51-ltp Businen Opportunities 5 FOR SALE 3,200 Sq. Ft. BUILDING Including 2 air conditioned offices. Located on Hwy. 30, Carroll City Limits. Call: Wilson Real Estate Phone 792-3974 5-51-ttc Announcements MUSIC BOXES - Irish colleens will charm you playing tunes. Clementine's. 6-48-tfc COINS & * ANTIQUES BUY*SELL* TRADE Sunday, March 14 FARM BUREAU BUILDING 602 West 8th (West door) Carroll, Iowa 6-49-nc Lost LOST: PAIR men's glasses at north side park. 792-2682. 7-51-ltp Investments 11 8.5% Interest on thrift certificates with a minimum deposit of $5,000 for 5 years at Mid-States Enterprises, Inc., Hwy. 30 & Carroll Street in Downtown Carroll. Phone 792-1250. 11-37-1U Business Services 14 PRINGLE TAX SERVICE, INC. Across from Holiday Station NEW OFFICE HOURS: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Monday thru Friday 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday No appointment necessary between 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. daily or on Saturdays Call 792-3805 for appointment "No tax return too s/nall" Bill Comito, Mgr. 14-255-85tc Want Ads work wonders. New Listing — well located, quaint stucco 3 bedroom home with basement and garage. Only $21,950. (239) Lovely Southside 3 bedroom home — Living room, dining room, full basement with beautiful new rec room. High 20s. ' ' (2331 Lovely Northside 3 bedroom home. New vinyl siding, nice landscaped yard, full finished basement. Mid 40S. (216) Glidden — 3 bedroom home. Completely furnished, includes washer-dryer, refrigerator, garage. Located on 2 lots. Hurry. Only $13,500. 3 Bedroom Northside new split foyer home under construction. Excellent location. Mid 40s. (206) Elegant Northside: 3 bedroom brick home — Fireplace, double garage. If you are looking for an exceptional home you must see this one. (212) "Many others" •Hilson lUal Estate Highway 30 West 792-3974 Carroll After 5 Jerry or Doris Wilson 792-9605 Mark Harman 792-1189 Ron Richardson 792-1161 Norm Winchester 792-2565 63.si.uc THINKING OF BUILDING OR REMODELING? The frost's out & we're lining up the spring work . . . We have a complete planning service KANNE CONSTRUCTION CO. We are an authorized dealer for Metal Farm Buildings 1 Local construction—we service what we sell, i Wood or steel frame 1 Priced to sell with all other brands in the area KANNE CONSTRUCTION CO. 792-9325, 792-9954

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