Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 9, 1970 · Page 19
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Carroll, Iowa
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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OF THANKS Up to 20 words _$2.00 r; , All over 20 words 8c per word r Per column inch $1.60 'Additional insertions $1.40 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Classified displays taken until 9 i> a.m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a.m. on Saturday. . Regular classified 'till 9:30 a.m. "'• Saturday, 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER '•"One day, per word 10 cents i* Three days, per word 24 cents • Six days, per word 36 cents , Card of Thanks 3 - CARD OF THANKS ••" I wish to thank the priests, - doctors and nurses for their "wonderful care, friends and "relatives for visits, cards and flowers while I was a patient •' in the hospital. Mrs. Norbert Rohe 3-264-ltp THANK YOU PAIGE & PAIGE wish to offer their sincere thanks ;: to all who helped, and to " all who were concerned • and offered their help and ' encouragement in our re' cent nightmare. It is al-' ways nice to discover how many nice people there : are in this world. We : " should be back in full production by this week,-. end in our new location ". 115 W 5th St. 4 3-264-lt.c Business Opportunities 5 THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM Announcements NOTICE On Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1970 there will be a short electrical outage, involving part of Rolling Hills — and between Main & Court south of First St. We are sorry for this in- convience, but they are necessary as we upgrade our system. THANK YOU Iowa Public Service 3-264-llc Lost 7 LADIES DARK R MMED glasses. 792-9669. 7-264-3tc BLACK LEATHER BILLFORD. Reward. Shirley Eischeid. 7-260-6tc Found 8 WATCH — OWNER MAY have by identifying and paying ad. Phone 792-3312. 8-263-2tc ARE YOU LOOKING FOR OP- r portunity? We need the right • man to service our customers in livestock, feed and fertili- *" zer. Excellent position for the right man. Offers salary and commission. Reply to Box 132, Carroll, la. 5-264-6tc Announcements 6 FREE BAG OF FRESH PO- tato chips with 6-pak of your favorite beer. Old Milwaukee, Falstaff, Storz, Grain Belt, Schmidt — Special, $1.10 per 6-pak cold. CHARLEY'S PLACE. 6-257-tfc Business Services 14 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 J & J ELECTRIC - FOR ALL your electrical needs — quick dependable service — 24 hr. emergency service. Free estimates. Call anytime 7923113. 14-82-tfc Want Ads serve you at YOUR convenience. Read 'em to fill needs. We's In A Big Heap of Trouble We'll be moving December 1st, to our new Ipcotion across from the Westgate Mall, formerly occupied by McCoy Motors, and due to tremen- V T ^pi dous sales of '71 Chryslers, Ply^Br ^^TWtelSwP^^ rnoufr, s and Dodges, our dependable Mrf»*..»\3MKBE »&,.i ..'j i~ used car inventory is overstocked for our new location. We must sell 'em so here's your chance to save a lot and help us out too. If you're ready to buy, we're eager to deal. All our cars are completely winterized. Financing available. Come on out, ya hear. '69 PONTIAC '£5 2-door hardtop, 350 V -8, automatic, power steering, bucket seats, padded roof, 18,000 easy miles. '66 PONTIAC Catalina 2-dooi r , V -8, automatic, power steering, factory air, new rubber. Immaculate throughout. '70 DODGE SSM. top, 318, V -8, automatic, power steering, 2,500 miles. List Price $3,550 SPECIAL $3,000 >£LC EADn Galaxie 500 2- OO rUKU dr. hardtop, V -8, automatic, PS, PB, air conditioned, new rubber, real sporty. '65 CHRYSLER^ 4-dbor, power steering and brakes plus 6-way electric seat. '67 CADILLAC V SS 4-door, hardtop, full power and factory air. Full factory warranty. Immaculate throughout. '67 B UIC K SL 6 4-door hardtop, V -8, automatic, power steering and brakes, factory air. A real buy. '67 PLYMOUTH Fury, 4-door sedan, 318 V -8, automatic, power steering and brakes, air conditioning. '63 FORD Gala T oo ? 00 A; auto., power steering and brakes, real solid throughout '66 CHRYSLERS 4-door, V -8, automatic, power steering, air conditioning, plenty of solid transportation left here. '64 MERCURY 4-door hardtop, V -8, auto., power steering,- plus factory air. Catalina 4-door, V -8,- automatic, power steering and brakes, spotless throughout. '68 PONTIAC '67 CHRYSLERS 4-dr., power steering and brakes, factory air, near new rubber, local doctor's car. *£C DI 11 If LeSabre 2- Oj DUIVrflV door hardtop, V -8, automatic, power steering, brakes, real sporty. '65 CHRYSLERS er 2-door hardtop, full power, factory air, one owner new car trade-in. Immaculate throughout. '64 CHRYSLER % 4-door, V -8, automatic, power steering and brakes, local one owner new car trade-in. '65 BUICK SfU automatic, power steering, one owner, near new rubber. I/ZA [Ann Country Sedan Ot rVIVW station wagon, V -8, automatic, 40,000 easy miles. l £ltL CAD ft Galaxie 500 4- OD rUfKU door hardtop, V -8, automatic, power steering, immaculate inside and out. '67 DODGE KT, senger, power steering, local one owner car, a real buy. '69 AUSTIN K dan, automatic, 18,000 local one owner miles. '70 DODGE 2 ?cTo p or r h?rd e . : top, 383 4-speed, 12,000 easy miles, loads of factory warranty remaining. 6—1970 CHRYSLERS, PLYMOUTHS, DODGES. All with 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty at close out prices. Terrific discounts—Hurry for best selection.. c Best Investment Printed Pattern Good Things To Eat 18 EAT OUT OFTEN MONDAYS & <f. -, TUESDAYS 3> I i Chicken Dinner ' j FRIDAYS Chicken Fried Steak or Fish Dinner. TEN great fashion looks — yours in one remarkable pattern From quick skimmer to shirtdress to belted looks, plus short and long jackets. Printed Pattern 9191: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 18 and Half Sizes 12\' 2l 14Va. 16'/a, lBVx, 20'/a, 22 ',4. 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. SI. INSTAWf FASHION BOOK — What-to-wear answers, accessory, figure tips! Only $1. Instruction 13 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 SCHOOLS Dept. No. 1041' Suite 130C, 201 W. Burnsville Crosstown Burnsville, Minn. 55378 or phone (612) 890-8484 13-246-lt.c 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, lOWa. 13-288-ltp NEED HELP? MAID OR ME- chanic, Clerk or Carpenter — a Help-Wanted Classified will reach just the person you need. Phone 3573 for a helpful ad-writer. $1 $135 SATURDAYS Smorgasbord Chicken to eat in or take out plus a complete menu to choose from. GLIDDEN CAFE (Downtown Glidden) 18-249-ltc Male-Female Help 23 CAREER MINDED? We would appreciate an opportunity to talk to some energetic, ambitious men interested in selling. Perhaps the position you now have doesn't give you the future opportunities you want. Throughout the history of our company we have promoted qualified employees to more responsible positions. Would you like • to have this same opportunity? Our company needs men for our local store and for other stores throughout the state of Iowa. You will be interested in our special training program and a job with a future. Interviews will be given at the G-Store Thursday, November 12—1 to 5 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. See Mr. Dick Thies, District Manager or Ray Brookhouser—-Store Manager. 23-264-3tc WANTED: ADULT CLERK over 25 years in local store. Good hours & salary. Reply in own Handwriting. Box G, c/o Daily Times Herald. 23-261-3tc CONTACT MAN Needed by National firm to introduce needed service to business people Carroll area. Minimum $175 weekly earnings qualified man. $1,000-$!,500 monthly potential. Write President, Box 18431 Tampa, Fla. 33609. 23-263-3tp Situation Wanted 24 YOUR WATER PROBLEMS solved — Call John Hansen, Audubon, Iowa collect 5634169 for shallow well digging. 24-248-6tc Salesman Wanted 25 WANTED Individual to market silos and equipment in CARROLL AREA. PUTBRESE SALES & DIST. CO. Sac City, Iowa Phone 662-3385. 25-256-6tc SALESMAN To solicit accounts for a National Collection Agency. N o investment. High Commissions plus Bonus Plan to men meeting our requirements. Age no factor. Write Manager, Drawer 437, Mentor, Ohio, 44060. 25-264-3tp Farm Service 30 ATTENTION FARMERS: Tired of Rusty Water? For two cents a day we can solve this problem. Call GREAT PLAINS GAS, phone 792-9617. 30-264-6tc Instant Crochet! Solve TWO gilt problems with cozy, colorful ponrhos. INSTANT CROCHET ponchos for mom-daughter or sisters. Single, double crochet forms chevrons. Pattern 7463;:' S(child's 28); M(Child's 8-12) L(Teens, Misses' 14-18) incl. ' FIFTY CENT .S for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Alice Brooks c/o Carroll Dailv Times Herald. Needlecraft Dept., Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New Yoi;k, 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 Diffy Rugs" Book. 50 cents. Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50 cents. Quilt- Book i — Iff'"'patterns:- "50 cent*. Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 unique quilts. 50 cents. Book 3. "Quilts for Today's Living' 1 . 15 patterns. 50 cents. Farm Service 30 SIOUX STORAGE AND DRI- All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 30-161-tfc Livestock For Sale 41 SMALL BUSINESSMAN OPPORTUNITY Snap-On Tools Corporation has a limited number of 1-man business opportunities available in Western Iowa. We offer a complete business franchise for the man who wants to invest a moderate sum of money and receive over 100 pet. return on investment within one year. Snap-On offers a financial assistance program, sales training, National advertising, 90 pet. repeat business, over 5,000 items, above average income with minimum overhead and trained field expert to help guide your business month to month. For appointment contact Snap-On Tools, 3716 "D" St., Omaha, Nebraska 68107 or phone 402-731-8330. Or see Don Smith at Jo-Mart Motel, Denison, Iowa, November 15 after 7 p.m. or November I 6. 8-264-6tc NATIONALLY ACCREDITED SPF Purebred Hampshire boars. Serviceable age. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 41-203-50tc" P.B. DUROC, SPOTS AND Hamp. boars.- Will, deliver. Vern Reimari,. 7 "mi. North, Auburn, Iowa. 688-7751. ' 7 ,41-261-tfc SPF C H E S T E R.WHITE_ boars.. Elmer Herbefs,. Manning, Iowa. 1-l-255-12tp P.B. DUROC BOARS. AC- credited ; 1016. Better 'Durocs 1894 - 197a. - J.- H. -Samuelson. Kiron 675-2391. 41-243-27tc Pets 46 FOR SALE: SEVAN AKC GER- man short hair pups; one female 4 years old; Carl Paup, Bagley, Iowa, Telephone Bayard 651-2263. 46-264-2tp. Building Material 47 PREFINISHED PANELING (Autumn Elm) 4' x 8' $2.99 ' Sheet" ALUMINUM COM3- . WINDOWS $13.95 JOYCE LUMBER CO.' Carroll '•" " : " 47-264-'Jle For Sale 55 FOR SALE FIREPLACE WOOD BROICH TREE SERVICE Dial 792-9767. 55-'J64-3lp FOR BETTER CLEANING, TO keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-264-ltc For Sale 55 SPINET PIANO Latest style Cherry Walnut CONSOLE for sale stored in Carroll. Transfer before December 2 to responsible party willing to assume payments. Upright acceptable as trade- in. WILLMAR PIANO COMPANY Box 248, Willmar, Minn. 55-264-ltp Apartment Wanted 66 ONE LARGE FURNISHED apartment, water and lights also. Daytime, 792-9554, evenings, 792-3296. 56-284-ltc Wanted To Rent 58 WANTED TO RENT - MOD- ern farm house, young couple. Phone 792-1166. 58-260-6tp Houses For Sale 63 A THREE-YEAR-OLD, 3-BED- room ranch close to north- side schools. Large living- dining room with beautifully appointed kitchen on front, tile bath. Full basement with shower, stool, and lavetory. Completely fenced backyard. Priced under $19,500. For more particulars on this and other listings, see or call JOHN GNAM REALTY, 7923815. Office in the Thomas Plaza. 63-264-ltc DREAM RANCH Near new 3 bedroom—All carpeted.—Brick trim— Attached garage—Large kitchen with sliding glass doors — Family room — . Ceramic bath—Many extras. 6V&% loan can be assumed—Pay at $135.00 per month. Immediate possession. CQMES REAL ESTATE 792-4295. 63-264-2tc MODERN THREE BEDROOM home in Lidderdale. Gas • Heat. Would finance — low down payment. Mrs. Marie • Kruse, Lidderdale. 63-261-6tp TO FINANCE THE HOME OF your choice, see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 63-29-tfc Houses For Rent 64 2 -BEDROOM HOUSE FOR rent, phone 792-3818. 64-252-tfc LARGE HOUSE FOR RENT. 792-4234 after 6 p.m. 64-262-3tc Apartment For Rent 65 L A R G E TWO-BEDROOM, downstairs, northside. Tom : Morfissey 792-9155. 65-262-3tp TWO BEDROOM DOWN- stairs apartment. Graham Apartments. 792-4122. 65-246-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 6? DODGE POLARA SATION Wagon. Power steering and ..brakes. .Immaculate inside and out. 66 Ford Galaxie 500 4-dr. h'dtopj V-8, automatic, pr. steering plus new rubber. Both local one owner new car • trade-ins. WITTROCK . MOTORS. 71-262-tfc 64 CHEVY 4-DR. — AUTO- matic — new motor. 792-1177. 71-262-3tc 1968 DODGE POLARA — Automatic — air conditioning — new tires plus studded snow tires. 663-4437. 71-262-6tc 1969 FORD WAGON. NEW tires. •& sharp, $2395. Glidden Auto Sales. 7l-264-ltc 1964 VOLKSWAGEN 2-DR. Nice low cost transportation here. Special price today, $795. McCarville & Son. 71-264-ltc Auto Service 75 HOULIHAN MOTOR SERVICE CENTER % Used Cars, Engines, Brake Service, Tune- ups, • Carburetors, Mufflers • ^nd.Exhaust Systems. Pickup and Delivery. Hwy. 71 S, Carroll,'Phone 4980. 75-82-tfc SAVE MONEY! SAVE TIMEI Keep your car on the road. A complete line of automotive parts to do just that at PETERS MOTORS, INC. 75-229-ltc DISTINCTIVE ECONOMICAL printing. Stationery, letter heads, envelopes, invoices, receipts, statements. Prompt service at reasonable prices. Phone 3573, the Times Herald publishers and job printers your advantage. Phone 3573 Times Harold, Carrefl, la. Monday, Nov. 9, 1970 At Mason City UCT Activities 9[ Benvenuti Stopped In 12th Round Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boyce, all of Carroll, attended Grand Counselor Day activities over the weekend at the Mason City Council No. 107 and Auxiliary No. 64, United Commercial Travelers of America. Mr. Schoofs is Grand Counselor; Mr. Boyce, Grand Chaplain; and Mrs. Schoofs, Grand Sentinel. Events included a noon luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Danielson, Saturday afternoon meetings, and a dinner and dance in the evening. A Sunday morning breakfast for out-of-town guests was served at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Jennings. Both couples were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold La Grasse. The Schoofs are formerly of Mason City and visited with friends there before returning to Carroll Sunday. United Fund Drive Reaches $1,696 MANNING — Mrs. Diane Genzen, chairman of this year's United Fund drive in Manning, 'has announced that thus far in the drive $1,696.50 has been received. Twenty-two out of 51 volunteers lhave reported thus far, according to Mrs. Genzen. Goal for the drive is $4,200, to be divided among thirteen agencies. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rowedder of Olathe, Kan., were Sunday visitors in tlhe Herbert Rowedder home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman spent the weekend in the Lyle Hoffman home in Des Moines. Misses Verna and Viola Karstens and Mrs. Margaret Ohde attended the state meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma Society in Des Moines on Oct. 24. Johnsons at TB Seal Workshop (Timet Herald News Service) WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson attended the Christmas seal workshop last Monday in Sac City. Mrs. Johnson is representative for Viola Township. Hilda Pagel and Mrs. G. Rowedder for Levey Township. Thursday callers in the Alvin Johnson home included Mr, and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Wilmington, Calif. SCS Club met last Saturday with Mrs. Leroy Nutzman as hostess. Nine members were present. The next meeting will be Monday, Nov. 23, at the home of Mrs. Jack Nuetzman. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bengtson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bettin were Sunday guests in the Brent Morrison home at Ames. They helped Stacey celebrate her second birthday. Evening, guests in the Morrison home were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bettin, Mark Susan and Barbara, and Susan Bengford. NEW ADDRESS DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. William Soppe of Dedham have received a new address for their daughter Leota: Pvt. Leota K. Soppe 483-62-0828; CTC2USWACS USWACC; Fort McClellan, Ala., 36201. 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. EVERY THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of. every month. Farmer's Sale Co., Carroll, Iowa. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1 5— Furniture and household goods auction at 1 p.m. Located at 1509 Birch Sr., Carroll, Iowa. Mrs. Frank Snyder, owner, Wieland and McCarville auctioneers. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19— John Werner, Sr. Estate, 2 Carroll County Farms, 1 :30 p.m. 160 acres and 120 acres to be sold in separate parcels. Located 2 miles south, one mile west and Vi mile south of Dedham, la. Wieland & McCarville, auctioneers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20— 1 p.m, Dick Northup complete closing out Farm Sale. From north edge of Audubon, 3 miles north, 1 mile east, 1 mile north and 2 miles east. Dave Kerkhoff and Don Randolph, Aucts. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 1 :30 p.m. House and large lot at 424 South Walnut St., owned by Carroll County. Also household goods of Broich Estate. Wieland & McCarville, Aucts. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30— Complete closing out farm sale. Mike Schaffer, 6 miles south of Carroll on Hwy. 71 and 3 /» mile east. 1 p.m. Wieland and McCarville, auctioneers. ROME, Nov. 9 (AP) — Is Nino through? That was the question the Italians posed this weekend as Nino Benvenuti the pride and powerhouse of their country, succumbed to the thunderous right of Argentina's Carlos Monzon. With that right hook — in the 12th round—the world middleweight boxing crown slipped away from Italy, also casting doubts on Benvenuti's-future. He is, after all, 32 years of age and no longer the speedster he was when he won the gold medal in the 1960 Rome Olympics. After losing only two fights in the first eight years of his professional career, Benvenuti has now dropped three of his last seven decisions, two of them by knockouts. But he is convinced he still is not over the hill — and he wants a rematch against the Argentine who engineered Nino's first defeat in his homeland. "I still fool worthy to fight at the world level," he said after losing the title," adding that Monzon "must not deny me the chance for a rematch." Asked if he would fight his way back the top by facing minor opponents, Nino snapped: "I will never again fight back in the provinces. Not after those fights at the Madison Square Garden with 20,000 people there, not after fighting before television viewers. "It would be too sad. I couldn't bear it." Nino said that if he felt hie wasn't up to fighting for the world championship again, he would end his ring careen Monzon, victorious in his first crack at the title at the age of 28, and his manager say they'll be happy to face Nino again, although the contract for the fight Saturday contained no such provision. But, said Tito Lectoure, Argentina's prime promoter: "There are other boxers who have priority over Benvenuti." • Indo-China (Continued From Page 1) 47 miles northeast of Phnom Penh, and then made a ground attack on the airport just outside the town. A spokesman said sporadic fighting continued at the airport after dawn. Another enemy force 25 miles west of Kompong Cham rashed into the center of Skoun and fought their way to within 50 yards of the government command post, but Cambodian paratroopers drove them off and killed at least nine. The military spokesman re^ ported that "people's courts" in villages recaptured by government troops have begun trying collaborators with the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese. The spokesman said collaborators usually flee with the departing Communist forces, and he had no reports of any death sentences being given. Also in Phnom Penh, Hit death toll from a grenade attack by Cambodian soldiers on a theater Saturday night rose to 24 and about 40 persons were still under treatment. Several soldiers who had been drinking threw three grenades into the theater after the manager refused to let them in free. I • Nader (Continued From Page 1) 98 per cent of U.S. medical school graduates were successfully completed by only 40 per cent of students from foreign' schools. Yet, the United States is so desperate for doctors that thi foreign graduates "leak" into the American medical system anyway, the commission said. r : - t —A Kansas survey which reported that, despite ample post- licensing educational programs offered to doctors in the state over a 10-year period, 48 per cent of the doctors did not take advantage of the courses. The report proposed that doctors be subjected to relicensing tests, and that they be certified to practice only in a specific field. In replying to the report, the American Medical Association said: "We are working almost continually with the Congress^ and .the executive branch of the federal' government to promotes quality and cost controls." The^ AMA said a . hasty reading showed the report appeared worthy of objective consideration. PTRQ6K- MOTORS 253 -lt 7

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