Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1970 · Page 9
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Carroll, Iowa
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Free ice cubes with order of pop and beer. CHARLEY'S. 6-252-tfc Instruction 13 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Men-women 18 and over. Secure jobs. High starting pay. Short hours. Advancement. Preparatory training as long as required. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE booklet on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box B, c/o Daily Times Herald, Carroll, 13-288-Hp TRAIN TO BE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Learn to operate Bulldozers, Draglines, Cranes, Scrapers, Loaders, Trenchers, etc. Study at home followed by resident training at our modern facility In Miami, Fla. A High-paid ca- rer Is open to ambitious men. APPROVED FOR VETERANS UNIVERSAL HEAVY CONSTRUCTION SCHOOfcS- Dept. No. 1041 Suite 130C, 201 W. Burnsville Crosstown Burnsville, Minn. 55378 or phone (612) 890-8484 13-246-llc tHt BORN LOSIR By ART SANSOM LUCK, W SOY' IANCTM& THAT AOOWT AfcAMS TO MEl L. We Fix It 16 VACUUM CLEANER RE- pair — all makes. Hoses — Switches — etc. Richard Rutten, 1020 N. West -- 792-3001. ] 6-252-12tc Good Things To Eat 18 ~liAT~6UT~ MONDAYS & TUESDAYS Chicken Dinner FRIDAYS Chicken Fried Steak Dinner . OFTEN $1 $1 $135 or take out SATURDAYS Smorgasbord . Chicken to eat in plus a complete menu to choose from. GLIDDEN CAFE (Downtown Glidcien) 18-249-ltc Mobile Homes 20 1965 SCHULTZ MOBILE Home. 10 x 56. 792-3918. 20-247-6tc ~V^^^^^^V^^^»-^w^^N/'^>*-M~ Male-Female Help 23 FRY COOK — MAN OR WO- man. Pin Oaks. 23-241-tfc WANTED: A BEAUTICIAN who would like a shop of her own. 792-9424. 23-250-3tc WANTED — SOMEONE TO bale corn stalks with baler. Phone 792-3876. 23-251-3tc DOING YOUR CHRISTMAS DREAMING? It's not too early to start— build a profitable business of your own as an AVON representative, and make those dreams come true. Write or call: Jane Whisler Box 1 87 Denison, la. 51442 Phcne 263-5195 after 6:30. 23-229-Stc PARTTIME, MAILING OUR Circulars; Send Address to: Synco Enterprises, P.O. BOX 129 EY, Irvington, N.J. 07111. 23-240-ltp EXPERIENCED ALTERATION lady who will do the work in her home. Write Box M. c/o Daily Times Herald. 23-250-3tc Situation Wanted 24 YOUR WATER PROBLEMS solved — Call John Hansen, Audubon, Iowa collect 5634169 for shallow well digging. 24-248-6tc EXPERIENCED MEDICAL secretary wants position . . . no shorthand. 792-1166 24-249-6tc WILL DO BABYSITTING IN my home 792-9529. 24-250-3tp ^^^^^V^^^^^^^^^«^»»W^^»^^^^^^ Salesman Wanted 25 Business Services 14 J A J ELECTRIC - FOR ALL your electrical needs — quick dependable service — 24 hr. emergency service. Free estimates. Call anytime 7923113. 14-82-tfc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. Across street west of Safeway. Dial 792-2126. 14-259-tfc FOR ALL CHAIN SAW SALES & SERVICE, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-290-ltc I CAN HELP YOU SAVE YOUR TREES For Free Information Write RUSSELL EARL Lake City. Iowa 14-249-ltc YvU HAVEN'T read today's paper until you have read every ad on this page. LOOKING FOR EXCEPTION- al income? Write P.O. Box 38. Carroll, la. 51401. 25-252-ltc Farm Service 30 SIOUX STORAGE AND DRI- All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 30-161-tfc ATTENTION FARMERS: Tired of Rusty Water? For two cents a day we can solve this problem. Call GREAT PLAINS GAS, phone 792-9617. 30-252-6tc Hatcheries 32 BUY THE BEST - BUY HY- Line Chicks. Tops in live- ability, feed ef'feciency, egg production and egg size. The most consistent profit maker. Order yours now and save $3 per hundred. CARROLL HATCHERY. 32-252-3tc Easy-Seiv! Printed Pattern Livestock For Sale 41 NATIONALLY ACCRIDITiD SPF Purebred Hampshire boars. Serviceable age. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 41-203-50tc 2 HAMP YEARLING BOARS Walt Wiedenn, Breda. 41-251-2tc A flip, little tie points up the graceful curve of the collar — beneath all is sleek slenclerness. Liven up winter days — choose blends, knits. Printed Pattern 9071: N EW Half Sizes 10'i, 12'/ 2 , 14',i, 16>i. 18',i, 201/2. 22'/ 2 . Size 14i/ 2 (bust 37) takes 2i.' 2 yds. 45-in. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Marian Martin, c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald. Pattern Dept. 232 West 18th St.. New York. N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. NEW Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog. 114 dynamic designs. Free Pattern Coupon. 50 cents. INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today, wear tomorrow. $1. INSTANT FASHION BOOK — What-to-wear answers, accessory, figure tips! Only $1. Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED - DUROC, Spotted Poland and Hampshire boars, Feb. and March farrow, herd No. 5-71. Will deliver. Vern Reiman 7 miles North Auburn, Phone 688-7751. 41-201-tfc ACCREDITED SPF CHESTER White boars. Also 75 open gilts. Charles Nissen, Manning, la. 41-252-6tc P.B. DUROC credited 1016. 1894 - 1970. J. Kiron 675-2391. Auctions BOARS. AC- Better Durocs H. Samuelson. 41-243-27tc 40 WESTERN NEBRASKA HEREFORD CLUB CALF SALE CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES CO. Hwy. 30 W. Sat., Oct. 31 7:30 P.M. Selling 100 Top Hereford Club Calf Prospects. All Western Nebraska Bred Calves. Clerk: Frank Liewer Commercial Savings Bank 40--J52-1 tc For Rent 57 FOR LIASE: 3600 SO. FT. fireproof warehouse space & office area. Enclosed loading dock with railroad spur. Plenty of parking. E. N. Neu. 792-4185 57-248-6tc For Sale 55 EIGHT PAIR VINYL HOUSE shutters — 1 white, 7 black — new with fasteners, % price $60.00. 712-652-3861. 55-247-6tc BEATEN DOWN CARPET paths go when Blue Lustre arrives. Rent electric shanv pooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-252-ltc STORM WINDOWS AND screens — various sizes. 7922384. 55-252- For Sale 55 IT'S HERE! The vacuum cleaner that you desire and can have at a budget price. "SANIWAY" MARK IV with ongulator brush for all types of rugs and floor coverings. Call; Louis Lenz 792-3788 or Richard Rutten 792-3001 Free home showing. 55-252-6tc Wanted To Rent 58 MODERN 2 OR 3 BEDROOM house. Will pay $125 to $150 for right house. 792-2600. 58-250-3tc Houses For Sale 63 TO FINANCE THE HOME OF your choice, see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 63-29-tfc JUST COMPLETED, A SOUTH- side split foyer home. Three large bedrooms with formal dining room and built-in kitchen. Two full baths. Two car garage, central air and finished rec room. Priced at $26,500. Contact the PUDENZ AGENCY, Carroll's Largest, 792-4325. Multiple Listing Member. 63-252-21C GOOD NORTHSIDE LOCA- tion, a 3-bedroom ranch with attached garage, extra large kitchen with separate dining area. Carpeted over hardwood floors, attic storage, gas heat. $17,300. $2,300 down and take over present loan. For more particulars on this and other listings, see or call JOHN GNAM REALTY, 792-3815. Office in the Thomas Plaza. 63-252-2tc Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE — WRITE P.O. BOX 245, Carroll, Iowa. 64-250-3tc 2-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR rent, phone 792-3818. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 TWO FURNISHED APART ments. Heat, water and lights included. Days 792-9554 • evenings 792-3296. 65-251-3tc TWO BEDROOM DOWN stairs apartment. Graham Apartments. 792-4122. 65-246-tfc Farms For Sale 67 160 ACRES - GENTLY ROLL ing, every acre tillable. New three bedroom home, new large silo, plenty other buildings. Man made pond with cattle waterer. Two miles from county Court House, 3 /a mile from pavement. Price $465. Terms $15,000 cash down, balance 15 years at 7 per cent. A dozen other farms for sale. Frank Hoffman, 7922210. 67-252-3tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 67 BUICK LaSABRE CUSTOM 4-dr. h'dtop, power steering & brakes, plus factory air. Immaculate inside & out. 66 Ford Galaxie 500, 4-dr. h'dtop, V-8, automatic, power steering. In show room condition. WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-250-tfc JEEP • 4 WHEEL DRIVE with cab. Motor completely overhauled, weighted front. Fine for snow removal, $650. 712-652-3861. 71-247-6tc 1959 OLDSMOBILE - RUNS perfect. Jack Schaefer. 7922114 after 5 p.m. 71-251-2tc iM7~~cfH~E~V r l LL E S$ 3M 4-speed. Owner in Vietnam. 792-3423, Carroll. 71-252-tfc 1968 CHEV. IMPALA SPORT coupe. This is really one sharp car, has fac. air, power brakes — steering, is white, has low miles — near new tires. A one owner, new car trade-in. McCarville & Son. 7H52-UC Instant Outfit! 7491 She'll love this trio for school, Weekends, sports . INSTANT coat — just one flat piece in single and double crochet. Use knitting worsted for coat, beret, scarf. Pattern 7491: coat, *ize« 2-10 incl.; scarf, beret all sizes. FIFTY CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Alice Brooks c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald. Needlecraft Dept., Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. NEW 1971 Needlecraft Catalog — more Instant fashions, knits crochets, quilts, embroidery, gifts. 3 free patterns. 50 cents. NEW Complete Instant Gift Book — over 100 gifts for all occasions, ages. Crochet, tie dye, paint, decoupage, knit, sew, quilt — more, $1.00. Complete Afghan Book — fashions, pillows, gifts, more! $1.00. "16 Jiffy Rugi" Book. 50 cents. "SO Instant Gifts" Book. 50 cents. Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50 cents, Quilt Book 1 — 16 patterns. 50 cents. Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 unique quilts. 50 cents. Book 3. "Quilts for Today's Living". IS patterns. 50 cents. Used Cars & Trucks 71 1969 OLDS TORONADO loaded & sharp, $3895. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-252-ltc Auto Service 75 HOULIHAN MOTOR SERVICE CENTER . . . Used Cars, Engines, Brake Service, Tune ups, Carburetors, Mufflers and Exhaust Systems. Pick' up and Delivery. Hwy. 71 S, Carroll, Phone 4980. 75-82-tfc SAVE MONEY! SAVE TIME] Keep your car on the road. A complete line of automotive parts to do just that al PETERS MOTORS, INC. 75-229-ltc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be run in this Auction Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of your ad in our office. IVERY THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Co., Carroll, Iowa. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30— Complete closing out farm sale. Mike Schaffer, 6 miles south of Carroll on Hwy. 71 and 3 /4 mile east. 1 p.m. Wieland and McCarville, auctioneers. ime* H«roM, Carrcfl, to, Monday, Oct. 26, 1970 (Tim«g Herald News Service) MANNING - Mrs. Olga Hen richs of Maple River. 6th dis riot, president of t)he VFW Aux Mary, inspected the local uni; on Thursday evening. Oct. 15. he talked briefly to the grour at the close of the session, and was presented with a gift by the oca! president. Grace Sctoatz. General Orders were read during the business session. The tourney will be at Boone on Nov. 14 and 15 and Nov. 21-22. Virginia Johnson gave the rehabilitation report and displayed "The Book of Freedom" which was received at the 6th district convention recently, and will be placed in the school library. Helen Pratt reported on poppy sales and AFS activities, Elaine Dammann gave the junior unit report. There was also a report of the Sfceen-Golden wedding and the Jaycees banquet to be served Oct. 17. The group contributed toward the 50th anniversary of the VFW in Iowa, purchased VFW holiday seals and gave $50 to the community chest. It was decided that mone would be contributed by members toward Girl Scout flags at the Christmas meeting, in place of the usual gift exchange. Eleven members of the unit assisted with the Red Cross Bloodmobile. Citations were displayed from department: Pressbook made by Lucille Pfamnkuch; Foreign Student program; Volunteer Service for Veterans, and Voice of Democracy. The junior president Susan Schroeder, received a gift for membership. Balloting and initiation of new members will be held at the Nov. meeting. Lois Hansen received the door prize and lunch was served by Marilyn Nelson and her committee, using a Halloween theme in decorating. ireda Auto larl's Drive Tnn 'ommercial Bank Dearduff's d Marz In*. . kinners Unpredictable* . 'aulines Cafe tfatts Furniture herwin-Willlams ah Job Saylor Jon Nepple Jon Hannasch Hiflh •tike Parrott lob Saylor Job Garlock High Ttam Single Game— lamms Beer Jernholtz Bros Matt Futniture •llgh T«»m Thre« G»m«»— Inmms Beer Sernholtz Bros Earl's Drive-Inn PIN SPLITTER LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Breda Standard 2314 iarry's Feed A Seed 18 Al'» Corner 17 Breda C.O.F 14 Zeke's Place 3reda Storz Carroll Bowl loselle Trio Tavern Busy Bee Cafe Jttle Gus's ^igh Ind. Single Game— erry Schafer Melvin Nieland Steve Olberding High Ind. Three Game*— ..eonard Pfannkuch Vern Reiman teve Olberding High Team Single Game— Carroll Bowl Zeke's Place loselle Trio Tavern High Team Three Games- Breda C.O.F. arry's Feed & Seed . Zeke's Place * Doc Evans (Continued From Page 1) Fortnitely Studies Current Events (Time* Herald News Service) WESTSIDE - The Fortnitely Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Reed Dohse with ten members present. Mrs. Kenneth Linde was a guest, Mrs. Earl Putt, president, conducted the business meeting; and Mrs. Walt Noack was in charge of the afternoons' program on current events. Mrs. Dora Kruse accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kruse of Manning to Omaha Monday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verle Massman were Mr. and Mrs. Mick Massman and family of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Peters and daughter of Omaha spent from Thursday until Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Clark. Evans band concentrated on great jazzmen and influential bands. They gave their interpretations of tunes from everyone from the Original Dixieland Jazz Band to Louis Armstrong. In 1917 there was an exodus of jazzmen from New Orleans to the Windy City, Chicago, and the rest of the country. These bands flourished in their new homes, and their styles are still a strong influence today. These bands of the '20's were the forerunners and often the inspiration for members of the famous name bands of the swinging '30's. The group began with one of the first jazz recordings 01 the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, "At the Jazz Band Ball.' They then switched to a slower almost dreamy "Tin Roof Blues" in the style of the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, a band which was often listened to by Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa. King Oliver's Creole Band was the first all-Black band on Chicago's South Side, were responsible for bringing up young trumpeter from New Orleans, Louis Armstrong. In their style, Evans' band played "Dippermouth Blues." The group then saluted Bix Beiderbecke, who according to Evans had a new concept in playing jazz, with "Singin' the Blues." From Beiderbecke, they moved back to Armstrong, and an all-star group he headed only for recordings, called the Hoi 5. "Ory's Creole Trombone" showed some of the minstrel show origin of jazz. The flamboyant Jelly Roll Morton, the finest of all jazz pianists, and a strong influence on jazz. The group played a rousing, crowd pleasing "Wolverine Blues' written by Morton. No jazz program would be complete without W. C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues." Handy's greatest contribution to jazz was the publishing of many great, old blues songs, which otherwise might have been lost The group showed their improvisation talents with individual specialities in this number The program w«» to clot* with an Armstrong tune, "Strut- tin" With Some Barbecue," but the small though appreciative audience brought them back for their rousing version of the favorite, "When the Saints Go Marching In."-S.H. BACK LEADS IN MARKS BOULDER, Colo. (AP)-Mon than 30 players on Colorado'. 1970 football squad compiled averages of 3.00 or better on a maximum scale of 4.00 in the spring semester. Senior defen sive back Jim Cooch of Folson Calif., led his fellow gridder with a 3.68 average in busines and marketing. Bowling News COMMERCIAL LEAGUE EAM STANDINGS iernholtz Bros. Inmms POINTS 117'i 109 105 Nil'.; 101 1/2 101 921 i 80 70 66 216 215 213 599 571 561 956 947 942 2754 2701 2660 i, SrlierJe Discuss Issues in Congress Rnrc COUNCIL BLUFFS fAP> - Tlie race for Iowa's 7(h H'skirt congressional seat pits incumbent William Scherle against. Democratic challenger Lou Galetich. an advocate of more money for education and an outspoken critic of his opponent. Galetich, 41, a political science teacher at Kuemper High School in Carroll and a newcomer to national politics, says the Democratic Party "is trying to begin in earnest to struggle to turn this country around on war, racism and poverty. What we are trying to do is to bring our people together in a country which is just and moral." 13 13 12 10 >/» 10 B 217 199 197 567 550 529 955 952 926 2671 2671 2664 CLASSIC LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Carroll Bowl Inc 20',z Crouse Cartage Co. 20 I&H Frozen Food* 19 Celley's Coin Machine Co 18 Western Buyers 17 Beiters Mobil Oil 16 Central Refrigeration 14>,4 Rupipers Wool Buyers 14'/ z Dearduff Clothier 13 Breda Schlitzers 11 Sudweiser 3 High Ind. Single Game— Arlo Jochims 248 Danny Quandt 234 3ob Carver 233 High Ind. Three Game*— BOD Carver 608 Arlo Jochimi 608 Bus Behn 602 ianriy Dvorak 602 3ob Haukap High Team Single Game Western Buyers 600 980 Beiter Mobile Oil Co 968 larroll Bowl Inc. High Team Three Garnet- Western Buyers Kelly's Coin Machine Co. Carroll Bowl 952 2830 2753 2741 as acolytes were BLOCKBUSTER LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Paul & Wayne'* 22 Templeton Booster 19 Juergens Produce Inc .. 18 Swan Lake Con. 18 Moormans of Templeton .. .. 18 Sehlitz Beer 17 Moormans of Maple River .. . 16 Knights of Columbus 18 Mayer Tavern 15 Hamms Beer 12U. Krause It Leni 9 Denny's Lounge 6 High Ind. Single Game- Gary Quandt 267 C. Spaen 224 Tom Lewis 224 Ted Langel 224 Gary Quandt 21f High Ind. Three Game*— Gary Quandt 642 C. Spaen 597 Ron Kerwood . 567 High Team Single Game— Juergens Produce 1041 Templeton Boosters 1014- Templeton Booster* 1009 High Team Three Garnet— Juergens Produce .. .. 2987 Paul Sc Wavne'n pflfjo Templeton Booster .',. 2921 79 Children Get First Communion A class of 79 children from the second grades at St. Lawrence School received First Communion at the 10 a.m. mass Sunday. The profession of faith was made before the mass. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry Karhoff was celebrant of the liturgy, assisted by the Rev. James McAlpin. Serving Mark Pollastrini, Brad Fleskes and Lawrence McLellan, with Richard Stenson as lector. Stephen Lappe, James Simons, Sheryl Rolfes and Karla Lux represented the class and James Waters Sr., the congregation, in taking the offertory gifts to the altar. The Junior High students led the congregation in song with Sr. Joella at the organ. Ushers were Roy Comes, Jack Fleskes, Bob Kloser, James Waters, anc Mike Wittrock. The second grade teachers are Srs. Lavina Nepple and Juanita Kiernan. Members of the class are: Michael Bennett, Joni Bernholtz. Maribeth Bliss. Lori Boes. Amy Jo Daiker, Jeffrey Danner, Karen Dostal, Karen Drees, Lani Evan- f elista. Robert Feldman. Kelly leskes. Belinda Gute, Lora Hagemann, Diane Hahn, Jeffrey Harman. Don Heese. Kathy Heller, Shari Kainmin; -Stephen Lappe. Karla Lux, Monte Meshek, Thomas O'Herron. Barbara Otto, Paula Pollastrini, Jeri Ru- Janice Schaffer. Shervl , . _ ... Mary Ellen Schulte, Donald Seibel Timothy Sernett, Michael Snyder, Cynthia Stangl, Thomas Steenson, Scott Steffen, Gregory Stockert, Pamela Sullivan, Calvin Ti«es. Catherine Waters. Michael Wernimont; .John Bernholtz. Leanne Bierl Marcie Bluml. Daniel Brincks, Kelly Brogan, Lori Ann Brolch, Cynthia Carruthers Lori Grossman, Vick Halbur, Pamela Hannasch. Michae Headlee, Cheryl Heller, Julie Irl beck, Jean Jenson, Janet Johnson Cathleen Knight. Mitchell Leiting Steven Loneman; Michael Ludwig, Mark McLellan Beth Ann Meyer, Michael Naber haus. Chri* Promes, Jane Riesberg Gary Riesenberg, Sharyl Rolfes Kevin Schaeuble. Janet Schtrck Kelly Siepker, James Simons, Me laine Stevens. Tonia Thraen. Mark Tigges, IJeth Truitt. Marguerite Vonnahme. Michael Wagner, Scot Warnke, Stephen Welch. Patrick Wiedemeier, Joyce Willenborg. GROWING In World War I, the adult American male stood 67,7 inches tall and weighed 142 pounds. During World War II, he was 68.4 inches tall and weighed 155 pounds, and today's young men are some 1.3 inches taller and 10 pounds heavier than were their fathers at the same age. A former Democratic Committee, cates that member of the State Central Galetich advo- education get a bigger bite of the budget. "The federal government today puts less than eight per cent of the total bill into educal- ng some 52 million elementary and secondary students and :ome eight million students in nstitutions of higher learning," ic says. Trying to justify this inadequacy by saying the cost would )e inflationary is not justifiable, he adds. On the Vietnam war, Galetich says he is concerned about the uture of the young men who lave returned. "I think of one I just visted in Carroll," he says. "He spends the evening reading the want ads, but he : inds there is no demand for a 22-year-old who can shoot to kill." Scherle, 47, who has been highly critical of hiring practices of the Office of Economic Opportunity in Iowa and elsewhere, says Congress has been guilty of "extravagant spending" on OEO programs. 'I see no reason why taxpayers should provide a haven for these radicals," Scherle charges. "These programs should be curtailed and many others completely abolished if they do not serve a needed purpose. If inflation is not brought under quick control we face drastic measures such as wage and price control — and this just sets up another bureaucracy which is hard to manage. "First," Scherle says, "we need to establish our priorities; all government—national, state and local — are guilty of overspending. All will have to cut back at the same time." On Vietnam, Scherle says he compliments President Nixon on the first constructive approach to conclude the war. By the end of the year we will have brought home more than 20,000 servicemen." On student unrest he contends a code of conduct, as established in Iowa, is necessary "because it suggests the limits to which dissent can go and makes students aware of consequences if that limit is exceeded." Galetich has accused Scherle of failing to debate key issues and of shirking his duties as a congressman to wage a campaign to become governor of Iowa. "I realize that he has nothing to talk about on the basis of his record in four years of failing district, but questions I would like to have my opponent answer," Galetich says. "I realize that in his attacks against Gov, (Robert) Ray and his administration that my opponent is continuing his thinly disguished cmpaign to become governor of Iowa while sadly neglecting his responsibility to the problems and people of southwest Iowa," he continues. Scherle charged at a congressional hearing in Washington recently that a welfare program being conducted in Iowa employed four persons with criminal records. He criticized Ray for not dealing with the situation. Ray later said he had no control over the program since it was run by tha federal government. to represent the there are some Open House Set for CCD Center (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Sacred Heart Parish in Manning will hold open house in its new CCD Social Center on Sunday, Oct. 25, from 2 until 4 p.m. All area residents are invited to tour the new facility, whien was recently completed by the parish and dedicated in ceremonies on Sunday, Sept. 27. Members of the parish will conduct visitors through the building during the afternoon.

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