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ere's Goldjn Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM WHAT Pit? MY IM SCHOOL TOPAY? WHATEVER HAPPEf£D TO "I HAVE A DC&—HIS / IS TALLEST PEAK IM WORTH AMERICA! 1959 CHEVY, 6 CYL. 4 DR. new tires, $295. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-260-ltc Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS Up to 20 words $2.00 All over 20 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch $1.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cent* Six days, per word 36 cents Announcements TEEN HOP FIFTH GENERATION SUN., NOV. 5 B&J TAVERN HALBUR, IOWA 6-257-ltc HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfe SING-A-LONG with Piano Kate Every Saturday Night Starting Nov. 4,8:30 p.m. B&J TAVERN HALBUR, IOWA Come join the singing and the fun. 6-259-2tC Lost 7 MONTH BLACK LABRADOR, reward. Ph. 2127. 7-259-2tc Business Services 14 STARTER, GENERATOR, magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street West of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-25o8-tfc Male-Female Help 23 GIRL WANTED: 9 TO 4:30. NO nights or Sundays. Apply in person, Maine Ice Cream Parlor. 23-260-3tc Male-Female Help DISHWASHER WANTED, AP- ply at Gussie's. 23-260-3tc DAY WAITRESS AT THE Elks Club. Contact Paul Handles. 23-256-5tc DISTANCE SEMI-TRUCK driver wanted. Write Box H, Times Herald. 23-259-3tc INSURE YOUR MERRY Christmas! Earn Christmas money selling nationally ad- vertized Avon gift sets. Write Box 201, Carroll or call 7929627, Jane Kuse. 23-255-6tc Farm Service 30 WANTED: CUSTOM COMBIN- ing, 4 row AC-C2, cleaner. Kenneth Henrichs, Glidden. 659-3188. 30-258-3tp WANTED CUSTOM COMBIN- ing, 4 row AC-C2, gleaner, Raymond Free, Glidden, 6593190. 30-258-3tp Farm Products 31 LIVESTOCK ENJOY SPRING conditioned water year round with Ritchie Livestock Fountain. None finer anywhere. See them at the Carroll Hatchery. 3l-258-3tc Farm Machinery 33 IHC DIESEL, VERY GOOD condition. Priced to sell. Dennis O'Tool, Glidden. Ph. 9F12, Lidderdale. 33-260-4tp REGULAR LIVESTOCK AUCTION DUNLAP, IOWA Tuesday, Nov. 7 Sale Starts 12:00 Sharp For this week we expect 1,000 Hogs, 700 to 800 Cattle. 1,000 HOGS 30 to 40 Brood sows. S John Deere elevator spouts. 4 Wagon tires, tubes, 16 inch. 700 to 800 CATTLE 75 Fancy Angus steer and heifer calves, 475 to 500 Ibs. One farm. 60 Whitefaced yearling steers 600 to 650 Ibs., strictly green. 75 Whitefaced and Angus heifer calves, 350 to 375 Ibs. 50 Black steers, 600 to 750 Ibs. 25 Whitefaced steer and heifer calves, 450 Ibs. 80 Holstein steers, 775 .to 875 Ibs. !00 to 300 unreported cattle. These good native cattle are start- ng to move in large numbers. Crowds have been light, if you are selling or buying livestock, come to Dunlap. Give us a ring for an estimate of your cattle. DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION DUNLAP, IOWA JIM SCHABEN, OWNER AND MANAGER 40-260-ltc HARVEST THIS GOOD USED EQUIPMENT 1961IH 403 Combine Like new with grain/head and 4-row corri'head7Rea'(J for the field. Free interest until fall of 1968. Save a bundle. 2—2MH corn pickers 1—2MHD picker with shell- er 2—M & W Super Snoots for 450 or 400 $20 each Used heat housers for the following tractors 1—630 Case 1—Super H 2—706 IH 1—806 IH SALES AND SERVICE Hwy. 30 West Carroll 33-259-3tc SPECIAL CATTLE SALE KIMBALLTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION KIMBALLTON, IOWA Wed. Evening, Nov. 8 Starts 7:30 P.M. Sharp 1,800 to 2,000 CATTLE Early listings are as folio-, 's: 1 consignment: 314 Choice Whitefaced yearling steers, 575 to 625 Ibs. These are acclimated Westerns, strictly green and thin in fl&sh, a number 1 set of Cattle for your fall roughage and corn fields. 1 consignment: 127 Choice Whitefaced steers, 650 to 750 Ibs. These are acclimated Westerns. 72 Choice Angus yearling steers, 700 Ibs. Acclimated Westerns. 39 Choice Angus steers, 700 Ibs. 43 Choice Angus steers, 650 to 750 Ibs. 67 Choice Whitefaced steers, 750 Ibs. Acclimated Westerns. 31 Mixed steers, 550 to 650 Ibs. 27 Choice Whitefaced steers, 725 Ibs. All carrying 1 brand. 35 Choice whitefaoed heifers, 625 Ibs. All carrying 1 brand. 18 Choice Whitefaced steers, 950 Ibs. 22 Choice Whitefaced steers, 775 Ibs. 82 Choice Whitefaced steers, 850 Ibs. 1 consignment: 365 Choice Angus and whitefaced steer calves, out of Canada. 400 to 450 Ibs. These will be an outstanding set of Canadian Calves. . _ , , 106 Choice Angus and whitefaced calves out of North Dakota, 400 to 450 Ibs. 1 consignment: 132 Choice Angus steer calves, 400 to 450 Ibs. These are early listings only, these will be 500 Cattle in later consignments. We are estimating 600 to 800 Hogs. Early listings to include: 1 consignment: 102 feeder pigs, 40 Ibs. 1 consignment: 250 Hampshire York feeder pigs, 50 Ibs. These are from a reputation hogman and are a number 1 set of feeder pigs. 82 Hampshire feeder pigs, 40 to 50 Ibs. 30 Duroc sows, coming with 2nd litter, to pig soon. These consignments pending. Call Wednesday for confirmation. KIMBALLTON AUCTION CO. KIMBALLTON 773-3203 Marvin Jorgensen Dial Exira 268-5428 40-280-ito FEED RATH FEED, THE animal protein feed. Does more for your dollar, puts more profit in your pocket. Carroll Hatchery. 32-258-3tc Livestock Auction 40 WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. Try one today. Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED SPOT AND Hampshire boars. Nationally accredited SPF herd. Allen Nissen, 4 miles West, 3V4 miles North of Manning. 41-256-12tc NATIONALLY ACCREDITED S.P.F. purebred Hampshire boars. Ray Pollock, Vail. 41-247-ltp For Sale 55 PUPPIES, $3.00 APIECE. PAR- tially house-broken. Ph. 4491. 55-260-3tc DOLL CLOTHES. MRS. LENUS Thelen. 55-259-3tc Want Ads serve you at YOUK convenience. Read 'em to fill needs. 6-173-6tp CARPETS A FRIGHT? MAKE them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast, 55-255-6tc GOOD USED RECORDS, KEL- ly's Coin Machine, 630 Grant Rd. 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., 55-240-tfc FOR SALE: NEW AND USED Brady Equipment. Elmer Kruse, Glidden. 55-252-12tp CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc PANSONIC PORTABLE T.V Ph. 4676. 55-258-3tp ROCKER RECLINER, LESS than 2 years old, in tan vinyl. Excellent condition. $50.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-258-3tc Houses For Sale 63 JUST LISTED: 3 BEDROOM ranch. Large kitchen. Double garage. Northeast area. Comes Real Estate. Phone 4295. 63-260-2tc SMALL 3 BEDROOM HOUSE near St. Lawrence and Methodist Churches. $12,900.00. Call Frank Hoffmann. 63-259-4tp NEW THREE BEDROOM home with attached garage. Located close to public school. Beautiful carpet in three bedrooms and livingroom. Big semi-finished basement. Can be bought $500 down payment and balance like rent on 25 years. Phone 9880 after 6 p.m. 63-258-3tc IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO live in a $22,000 home next summer, buy it now for $20,000 and enjoy it while you pay for it. We have homes with surprisingly low down payments, or we can build one to please you with payments around $120 per month. Phone 9360 or 4318 after 5 p.m. or call 9030 evenings or weekends. Bierl Development Co. 63-258-3tc NEW HOME BUYERS You get a lot of extra value if it's a MEDALLION home. 63-255-6tc Houses For Rent 64 4 BEDROOM HOME IN CAR roll, close-in. $85i(to per month. Call or write Fritz Riley, 3141 S. 56th St. Omaha, Nebr. 64-259-3tc 2 BEDROOM NEWLY REDEC- orated, adults preferred. Ph. 3401. 64-258-3tc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc 2Vi BEDROOM HOUSE. LO- cated 615 E. 5th. Ph. 2868. 64-256-6tp TRAILER FOR RENT. PH. 4122. 64-244-tfc FURNISHED West 2nd. HOUSE. 635 64-203-6tp Apartment For Rent 65 PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786, 65-140-tfc Farms For Sale 67 For Sale 120 A. on HW. 84, good impr. $500. Will consider terms. 80 A. near HW. 64, good bldgs. $350, will consider terms. 200 A. N. Aud. Co., older mod. dwelling, deep well, fair out bldgs. $500. MAGNUSSEN REAL ESTATE AUDUBON, IOWA 50025 Phone 563-3485. 67-258-3tc DIAL 3573 TO PLACE YOUR Want Ads. • If you get the Times Herald by Mail • You don't have to Miss a Single Issue • And we don't want you to. Here's a quick and easy way to avoid the inconvenience of having your paper stopped. Check the label on your paper now! Look at the top of Page 1. Your name and address are printed there. The number to the right is the expiration date of your paper. (For example: 12-31-67 would mean that your paper expires Dec. 31,1967.) If your paper is close to the expiration day, right now, before you forget, make out a check for renewal. Rural Mail Subscription rates: Carroll & Adjoining Counties: 1 year $13.00 6 mos. $7.00 3 mos. $4.00 DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 3573 Used Cars & Trucks 71 1961 FORD sedan. One owner, extra clean and low miles. Priced to sell, try us and see. $495. McCarville and Son. 71-260-ltc 1965 OLDSMOBILE 88, 4 DR., power steering and brakes, new rubber, 29,000 actual miles, new Chrysler trade-in from Bayard. Just arrived. 1966 Plymouth VIP, 4 dr. H'tp, power steering and brakes, factory air-conditioning. Immaculate inside and out. Wittrock Motors. 71-259-tfc 1951 FORD, V-8 4-DOOR. Good paint, tires, winterized. Phone 3145. 55-259-3tc ADVERTISING PAYS, TRY IT. Used Cars & Trucks 71 USED TRUCKS 1963 IH 1100 %-ton pickup with stock rack 1958 Ford Vi-ton pickup 1951 Chevy V^-ton pickup 1958 IH DC0405 truck tractor with 250 Cummins engine and air lift tag axle SALES AND SERVICE Hwy. 30 West Carroll 71-259-3to Auto Service 75 CHARLIE SEZ: "A CAR THAT "shimmies" is no longer under complete control. Let Peters Motors get at the cause and correct it with a perfect wheel balancing and aligning job." 75-113-ltc PUBLIC NOTICES Iowa laws require that the residents of this are* be notified of certain leoal proceedings. Certain individuals, as well as groups may hav. a personal interest In these notifications. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear In thi» section. Hoard of Supervisors Office, Carroll, Iowa Monday, September 11, 1967 The Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa met In special session at the Board Office at Carroll, Iowa the county seat of said County on Monday. September 11, 1967 at 9:00 a.m. Daylight Savings Time, Pursuant to law, the rules of said Board and to adjournment with all members present. On motion the Board of Supervisors made the following appointments to the Carroll County Board of Health: Name Address Term Expires Dr. Leo Kuker, M.D. 1747 Terrace Drive, Carroll, Iowa December 31. 1968 Dr. E. R. Hennlng, Veterinarian Breda, Iowa December 31, 1969 Emily Schelldorf, R.N. 416 Main, Manning, Iowa December 31, 1969 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 1806 Quint Ave., Carroll, Iowa December 31, 1970 Paul D. Schreck. Chairman 623 6th Ave., Coon Rapids, Iowa December 31, 1970 On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the application and bond of Cecilia Elizabeth vonnahme, dba Ray's Place, for a Class "B" Beer Permit, and authorized the County Auditor to Issue a license for same. On motion the Board of Supervisors adjourned until Monday, September 18, 1967. Leon P. Oswald, County Auditor Neil Reiman, Chairman Board of Supervisors Office, Carroll, Iowa Monday, September 18, 1967 The Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa met in adjourned session at the Board Office at Carroll, Iowa the county seat of said County on Monday, September 18, 1967 at 9:00 a.m. Daylight Savings Time, pursuant to law, the rules of said Board and to adjournment with all members present. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the August monthly report of Virginia Welsh, R.N. County Nurse, and ordered same to beplaced on file. On motion the Board of Supervisors preceded to audit and allow the following claims and ordered the county auditor to issue warrants for same: GENERAL, FUND Art Hinners, School of Instruction Expense 49.98 Neil Reiman, School of Instruction Expense 44.23 Warren Remsburg, School of Instruction Expense 39.81 Paul D. Schreck, School of Instruction Expense Leon P. Oswald, School of 43.66 34.86 Instruction Expense Letha E. Grundmeler, School of Instruction Expense 32.02 Bernice Williams, School of Instruction Expense 57.36 Jean Sander, School of Instruction Expense 33.86 Addressograph - Multlgraph. Corp., Office Supplies: Treas 16.83 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Office Supplies: Recorder 19.15 Klipto Prig. Co., Office Supplies: Recorder 37.13 Xerox Corp., Office Equip. Rental: Recorder 81.84 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Tele. Line for Radio Sheriff 4.00; Res. 4.00 8.00 L. B. Westendorf, Dental for Prisoners 27.00 Iowa Elec. Light & Power Co., Courthouse Malnt.: Heat 21.98 Dust-Tex Service, Courthouse Malnt.: Dus tTex Serv: 7.50 Arwell, Courthouse Malnt. Spraying 12.00 The Missouri-Kansas Chemical Co., Courthouse Malnt.: Supplies 198.90 Witt Hdwe. Co., Courthouse Malnt.: Tools 12.01; Tools .50; Courthouse Grounds Malnt. 4.54 17.06 Ray Berndt, Courthouse Maint.: Elec. Work in Civil Defense Room 13.68 Coast to Coast Store, Court house Grounds Malnt.' Tools 5.96 Virginia Welsh, County Nurse: Mileage 48.40 Manning Monitor, Pub. Proceedings 186.82 IBM Corporation, Office Supplies: Social Welfare ... 11.47 Kratoska Ins. Agency, Ins. on Equipment 85.00 Kennedy & Stoe, Courthouse Equipment 96.46 COURT FUND Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Office Supplies: Clerk of Court _ 296.60 Kodak A/C 200, Microfilm & Photocopy Supplies: Clerk of Court 6.57 West Pub. Co., Law Library Supplies 36.00 The Lawyers Cooperative Pub. Co., Law Library Supplies 17.50 Alfred R. Thorup, Probation Officer Mileage & Expense 55.56 Frank Gach, Justice Court — JP Fees State of Iowa vs. Tony French 5.00 Franch Gach, Justice Court — JP Fees State of Iowa vs. Steve French 7.00 POOR FUND Eleanor Dinsmore. Mileage .- 23.10 Fareway Store, Provisions... 50.00 Diers Grocery, Provisions 30.00 Belter Oil Co., Fuel 15.80 Arcadia Tele. Coop., Tele 3.36 Carroll Water Dept., Water 6.67 Iowa Pub. Serv. Co., Elec 21.67 Iowa Elec. Light & Power Co., Gas 11.39 Coon Rapids Muni. Utilities, Utilities 14.04 Eddie Quinn Clothier, Clothing , 5.25 Garst Store, Clothing 7.98 Economy Shoe Store, Shoes 9.95 Dr. C. A, Johnson, Medical ... 60.25 Dr. R. J. Ferllc, Medical 76.06 Carroll Medical Center, Medical 7.80 Dr. R. B. Morrison, Medical... 39.50 Kuker Clinic, Medical 41.20 Dr. A. J. Jongewaard, Medical .._ 32.65 Wilke Drug Store, Drug 14.15 Hood's Pharmacy, Drugs — 22.25 Center Pharmacy, Drugs — 60.05 University Hosp. Business Office, County Clinical Pay Patients 158.55 E J. Daugherty, Rent „ 50.00 Mrs. Hans Olesen, Rent 33.00 Perry Nursing Home, Care ... 180.00 Mrs. Gertrude Gallagher, Hired Help 4800 Mrs. Elizabeth Wlllenborg, Care 5500 Clifford McCollum, Care II. 87. % 65 Cash Allowance 20 00 Mrs. Lois Hayes, Gas for Iowa City Trip g.85 Eleanor Dinsmore, Ticket for Round Trip to Iowa _ City 13.95 Peters Motors, County Home: Repairs to Car 2.00 Relnart Service, County Home: Repairs to Equip.... 31.32 Deluxe Cleaners, County Home: Towel Service 3.65 Kelly's Shoe Store, County Home: Shoes 22.85 Belters Mkt,, County Home Provisions 84.69 Metz Baking Co., County Home: Provisions 84.30 Bernholtz Bros. Frozen Food, County Home: Provisions 8593 Jack Golla, County Home: Household Supplies 20.00 Joe's Paint Center, County Home: Paint 7 65 Wilke Drug Co., County Home: Drugs 14.50: Household Supp. 3.90 18.40 Hood's Pharmacy, County Home: Drugs * 67.40 Kuker Clinic, County Home: Medical Leo G. Brlnkman, County Ai H 85? e . : G JL aln Purchased ... 926.04 Al Tlefenthaler, County Home: Grain Purchased 138.00; MUc. 15.15 15315 Juergens Produce & Feed, County Home: Grain Purchased 589.94 Farner-Bocken Co., County Home: Mlsc ., 2311 Witt Hdwe. Co., County Home: MUc .'. 3.31 Coast to Coast, County Home: Mlsc 26 SOLDIERS RELIEF FUND Cash Allowance 20 0( Cash Allowance ."..,„" 25.'o Op'OB aouBMOiv usun Cash Allowance Cash Allowance ._ Cash Allowance „ 40.0 Cash Allowance 25 0< Iowa Pub. Serv. Co., Elec 1835 Carroll Water Dept., Water 5.13 Iowa Elec. Light & Power Co., Gas 3.43 Center Pharmacy, Drugs 41.00 Brenny's Mkt., Provisions .. 25.00 .Fareway Store, Provisions ... 75.00 Thrifty Food Mkt., Provi along Clerk of Court, Child Support 20 00 St. Anthony Hosp., Hosp. ... 36i3( STATE INSTITUTION^ FUND Oakdale Hosp., Drugs 21.40 MENTALT HEALTH FUND Hoods Pharmacy, Drugs 25 95 Foley Rest Home, Care 150.00 SECONDARY ROAD FUND Stone Prtg. Co., Office Supplies: Engineer 111.57 Martin L. schmeiser, Mileage 74 51 Edward Holsteln, Mileage ", 9.91 N.W. Bell Tele. Co., Two- way Radio Line 1.25 Arcadia Oil Co., Fuel 253.61 Oil 263.40; Diesel Fuel 138.59 Repairs 4.50; Misc. T Sup ?; i 9 " 662.00 Iowa Pub. Serv. Co., Elec.: Co. Maint. Bldg 2.00 Iowa Elec. Light & Power Co., Gas: Co. Maint. Bldg. 21.55 Iowa Pub. Serv. Co., Elec.: Co, Malnt. Bldg 5 00 Interstate Elec. Supply Co., Bridge Malnt .... 1 7, P & M Stone Co. Inc., Bridge . Malnt 1108.20 A. Moorhouse Co., Road Maint 57.17 August T. Meyer, Road _ Malnt 51.89 Farmers Coop. Co., Road Malnt 86.50 Tony Rosener, Road Maint. 8.00 Jerry Kelly, Road Maint 37.50 A. Moorhouse Co., Road Malnt 26.3'_ Leo Barrett, Road Maint 149.03 Le Roy & Erv Dozer, Road Maint 364 OC Joe H. Berger, Road Maint. 228.00 Richard Graber, Road „ Malnt 4.59 Pound Construction Co. Inc., Maint. Resurfacing v 5114.42 Wm. A. Akman, Bridge Construction 14603.26 LeRoy Vonnahme, Shouldering „ 403.SX Lake View Concrete products Co., Culvert Pipe 227.00 Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., Signs 258.00 Paul & Waynes Skelly Serv., Gas 131.76; Misc. Supp. 40.00; Repair 13.00 184.76 Lee's New Truck Stop, Gas 3.23 D-A Lubricant Co., Grease... 218.59 Precision Lubr. Co., Oil & Grease 144,65 Mt. Carmel Garage, Gas 6.38; D. Fuel 56.88; Repairs 65.15 .„ 128.41 Standard Oil, Diesel Fuel 68.04; Gas 131.32 199.36 Belter Oil Co., Gas 163.87; D. Fuel 77.87 241.74 Neppel Oil Co., Diesel Fuel... 85.92 Dillfvan Service, Gas 1.50 Bliss Tire Service, Tires & Tubes, 89.03; Rep. 76.77 ... 165.80 Hacker Implement, Repairs 3.5( Carroll Machine & Welding, Repairs 69.07 Arcadia Oil Co., Repairs 3.50; Gas 79.63 83.13 Nash Motor Parts, Repairs... 23.26 Burgess Motors, Repairs 1.05 The Lockhart Co., Tools 6.40; Repairs 2.80 9.20 Mattes Hdwe., Misc. Material 8.70 Witt Hdwe. Co., Misc. Materials 7.00 Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., Misc. Supplies 247.2; Group Sales Co., Misc. Supplies 56.95 Premier Fastener Co., Mlsc. Supplies 503.97 Grouse Cartage Co., Freight 4,50 Michael Todd & Co. Inc., Snow Removal 251.10 WKED FUND Quick Supply Co., Weed Kill er 118,50 BANGS DISEASE FUND Donald Kasperbauer, Indemnity 12.50 CIVIL, DEFENSE FUND Stone Prtg. Co., Office Supplies .......:... 8.29 On motion the Board of Super visors adjourned until Monday October 2, 1967. Leon P. Oswald, County Audlto Neil Reiman, Chairman imes Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Nov. 4, 1967 * Tigers (Continued from Page 2) >artment, Carroll's Everett had a net of 101 yards rushing and 105 on kick returns. Sac lity's Beaver had a net of 127 r ards rushing and 23 on re- ,ums. Statistics: C SC Hrst Downs 5 14 3y Rushing 5 12 3y Passing 0 1 3y Penalty o 1 Yards Rushing 141 251 Lost Rushing 31 58 Sfet Rushing no 193 Passes Att I 4 Completed 0 1 [ntercept by o 0 Yards Passing 0 10 Total Yards 110 203 Punts 7 e Blocked by o 1 Punts Avg 27 29 Yds. Kicks Ret 120 23 Fumbles 2 3 Fumbles Lost o 1 Yards Penalized 20 35 Scoring by Quarters: Carroll 0060—6 Sac City 6000—6 Scoring: CARROLL — Mickey Everett, 79 yard kick-off return. SAC CITY - Fred Beaver, one yard run, Line-ups: CARROLL - Tom DenAdel, LE; Jay Krogh, LT; Dave Kokenge, LG; Scott Richardson, C; Richard Jons, RG; Kevin Throckmorton, RT; Steve Heuton, RE; Mickey Everett, QB; Tim Thomas, LH; Gary Lehrkamp, RH; Drew Peterson, FB. Substitutions: Joe Nockels, Don Fisch, Steve B r e c h 1 e r, Denny Vetter. SAC CITY - Tim Donaldson, LE; Pat Fitfegerald, LT; John Zeman, LG; Doug Duncan, C; David Voyles, RG; Rodney Blaue, RT; Rees Irwin, RE; Mike Shannon, QB; Alan Wiley, LH; John Bowker, RH; Free Beaver, FB. Substitutions: Bil. Thompson, Tony Arndt, Jeff Bowker, Kirk Irwin, Tom Wall Mike Fethkenher, Doug Flink. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL By The Associated Press Des Moines Dowling 40, Des Moines North 0 Des Moines Hoover 26, Dallas Center 13 Des Moines Lincoln 53, Des Moines Tech 7 Jewell South Hamilton 20 Johnston 13 Southeast Polk 35, Ankeny 0 West Des Moines Valley 27 Pella 2 Algona 63, Clear Lake 14 Davenport Assumption 41, Ke okuk 31 Ames 27, Oskaloosa 0 Atlantic 25, Red Oak 0 Burlington 19, Ottumwa 6 Bettendorf 39, Muscatine 0 Boone 33, Newton 0 Sioux City Central 13, Lincoln Neb. 13 tie Cherokee 48, Sheldon 6 Creston 18, Corning 0 Clarinda 45, Shenandoah 21 LeMars Central 7, Hawarden West Sioux 7 Clinton 7, Davenport Central Chariton 13 Albia 6 Decorah 38, Strawberry Poini Starmont 19 Redfield Dexfield 48, Adel 7 Earlham 25, Panora-Llnden 13 Estherville 28, Emmetsburg ; Fort Madison 27, Mount Pleas ant 6 ^ort Dodge 13, Waterloo Wesi Humboldt 21, Hampton 12 Holstein 14, Mapleton Mapk Valley 6 Indianola-53, Osceola 13 Iowa Falls 13, Eagle Grove 0 Independence 51, Maquoketa i Irwin 42, Shelby-Tennant 0 Knoxville 31, Winterset 12 Manson 43, Albert City-Trues dale 0 Marshalltown 40, Grinnell 6 Mason City 28, Cedar Falls 19 Moline, 111. 27, Dubuque 20 New Hampton 14, Charles City 13 Norwalk 13, ger6 Ogden 62, Paton-Churdan Osage 25, Belmond 14 Oelwein 34, Cresco ~ 0 Pocahontas 31, Laurens 6 Pomeroy 13, Battle Creek 0 Paullina 7, Sutherland 0 P,.? 0 ^ 11 , Citv 34, Gilmore City-Bradgate 6 Schaller 21, Galva 0 Spirit Lake 46, Sibley 6 Storm Lake 34, Spencer 26 Stuart 12, Madrid 6 ^Neola Tri-Center 13, Treynor Underwood 53, Elkhorn 13 Waverly 33, Waterloo Colum bus 13 Sioux Falls, S.D., Washington 12, Sioux City Heelan 6 Westwood 55, Ida Grove 6 Woodbine 19, Schlewig 0 Webster City 43, Clarion 0 Cedar Rapids Washington 41 Rock Island, 111. 7 Moville Woodbury Central 12 Odebolt-Arthur 7 Woodward-Gam Crestwood Bomb (Continued From Page 1) Soviet antimissile defense inter- •epting any which weren't demolished in their launch tubes. McNamara's announcement ollowed a series of defense iriefings for key congressional committees. Sen. Henry M. Jackson, '-Wash., whose Atomic Energy ubcommittee will open hear- ngs Monday dealing mainly with U.S. plans for an antimis- ile defense, said the orbital bomb will be covered in detail. Jackson viewed the Soviet weapon as an attempt to out- lank the northward-looking BMEWS detection line by an at- ack from the south. Sen. Milton Young, R-N.D., •anking Republican on the Senate defense appropriations sub- lommittee, may have been a barometer of the Pentagon's success in briefing congressmen on the development. "We can cope with It," he said. Sens. James Pearson, R-Kan., and Daniel Brewster, D-Md., both members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, ;aid the development pointed to i new need for going forward with the U.S. antimissile sys- ;em. The new weapon is described as a fractional orbital bombardment system—"fractional be- :ause of the probability that the bomb would be commanded to drop toward the United States before completing a full circuit of the earth, McNamara said. The outer space treaty bars the stationing of nuclear weapons in orbit but not the development of nuclear arms for space use. Asked whether this would be a violation of the treaty, McNamara said: "They have agreed not to place warheads in full orbit; that is why this is a fractional orbit, not a full orbit, and therefore not a violation of that agreement." The Russian move toward ft* space weapon, he said, would be clearly to circumvent BMEWS detection. But he said U.S. over- the-horizon radars, developed the last few years, will be operational before the orbital bomb is ready. These radars see much farther than regular line-of-sight models. The signals can reflect off the chemical wake of launching spacecraft and rebound to U.S. receivers at the speed of light. Riots (Continued From Page 1) are unlawfully or riotously as-, sembled "any judge, sheriff, and his deputies if they be present, the mayor, aldermen, marshal, constables, and justices of the peace must go among the persons assembled, or as hear them as may be safe, and command them, in the name of the state, immediately to disperse." ' _ The offictr, Turner commented, may command the aid of all persons present or within the county and any person so commanded who neglects to aid, without good cause is guilty of a misdemeanor. By the same token a magistrate or officer having notice of an unlawful or riotous assembly and who neglects to proceed to the place of assembly and to perform the duties imposed upon him is guilty of an indictable misdemeanor. So a magistrate or officer, or any person he asks to aid him, and who fails to perform his duty, may be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one year or by a fine of not more than $500, or both! What punishment may be imposed on the rioters? Iowa law provides for punishment by imprisonment in the county fail for not more than 30 days, or a fin* not exceeding $100. However, • person convicted of being • rioter who has destroyed property, or injured another person, could be sentenced up to five years in the penitentiary. The attorney general also details the procedure for calling in the highway patrol to quell a riot. Basically the law provides that the highway patrol can be called in at the request of the mayor, sheriff or county attorney provided it is with the approval of the state safety commissioner, even without approval of the governor. The law further provides that both the governor and attorney general "shall each have the power to call to their aid in the enforcement of the kw any peace officer . . ." Turner notes that highway patrolmen are peace officers.