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There's Gold In Your Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 -$2.00 CARP OF THANKS Up to 20 words , A.11 over 20 words 8c per word CWA88IFIHQ DISPLAY Par column inch si.ao 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 througn Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cents Six days, per word 36 cents Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks to Father Sulkowski, Father Lenz, nurses, relatives, friends and neighbors for prayers, cards, and visits during my stay at the hospital. Mrs. H. J. Conway 3-261-ltp Announcements LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY WITH Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at Rettenmaier Drug. 6-249-ltc HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. B-258-tfc Lost WHITE KITTEN WITH TAN markings, child's pet. Ph. 3780. 7-261-3tc Found 8 TRUCK-STAY, OMAHA STAND. ard. L. L. Grossman. Ph.2442. 8-261-3tp Business Services 14 FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. H-289-ltc Loans 12 Farm LOANS S%% Interest • Long Term • Low Payments For a loan on land to pay debts, buy land, finance improvements or for other farm and family needs, come in and see us. R. G. Dickinson 0" Co, Savings & Loan Bldg. 792-4309 Carroll, Iowa 11-261-ltC SNIAGRAB! — READ IT BACK ward or forward — you'll al ways find BARGAINS in the want ad section. Top jobs. Ac tion with satisfaction. WHY NOT GET THE BEST? MOTOROLA Rectangular COLOR TV i to-ng Lasting Color Tube with' Rare Earth Phosphors. Poyver Transformer Chassis. Your Color TV Where You Are Sure Of Quality and Service THE COAST TO COAST STORE ,. Taphorn 'Elmer Friedman 258-lt THE BORN LOSER Attic! Mine It With A Classified AAL Renames Raymond Kruse By ART SANSOM &ooo E\mte,Fous, 'THIS is BRUTUS p. T»APPLE, YOUR ELEVEN ^WEATHERMAN— Instruction 13 -ivestock For Sale 41 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, Carroll Daily Times Herald. 13-190-ltp f^A^t^^^^^^^«>A^^^^*^^^<p^W^^^^SS* Male-Female Help 23 WANTED: RESPONSIBLE man to make credit Insurance reports in Carroll area. Some photo work. Part-time basis, will train. Reply P.O. Box 1492, Des Moines, Iowa. 23-261-6tc GIRL WANTED: 9 TO 4:30. NO nights or Sundays. Apply in person, Maine Ice Cream Parlor. 23-260-3tc DISHWASHER WANTED, AP ply at Gussie's. 23-260-3tc DISTANCE SEMI-TRUCK driver wanted. Write Box H, Times Herald. 23-259-3tc TECHNICIANS WANTED Immediate openings for field technicians for artificial breed ing of swiine in Carroll County Full or part time basis. Inquire TRI-STATE BREEDERS COOP CRESCENT, IOWA The nation's Pioneers in Swine A. I. 23-281-3tc stuatjorWanted BABYSITTING IN MY HOME for 2 year olds and older. Ph. 3045. 24-261-3tc Hatcheries 32 IF YOU ARE FEEDING NEW corn, try our 41% Pig anc Hog Pellets. Feed % pound per head. Carroll Hatchery. 32-261-3tc Farm Machinery 33 IHC DIESEL, VERY GOOD condition. Priced to sell. Dennis O'Tool, Glidden. Ph. 9F12 Lidderdale. 33-260-4tp HARVEST THIS GOOD USED EQUIPMENT 1965 IH 403 Combine Like new with grain head and 4-row corn head. Ready 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 HAMILTON'S ECONOMICAL GAS' CLOTHES DRYER Only $164^5 'nit«H»d (Carroll Gas Lines Only) 55-281-ltc •louses For Rent UREBRED BOARS: HAMP- shire and Poland China, top quality with excellent cut-out records. Harold and Charles Curtis, % mile West of Churdan. Ph. 685-3488. Guaranteed and delivered. 41-261-tfc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT, Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc UREBRED SPOT AND Hampshire boars. Nationally accredited SPF herd. Allen Nissen, 4 miles West, 3 ] /4 miles North of Manning. 41-256-12tc k-^\^^.X^.*V*V>'N.^>^N^ - x^*»/-»^%^x>~»-^'^«fc^^^\X%x'*-*> .ivestock Strayed 44 TRAILER FOR RENT. PH. FURNISHED West 2nd. LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN: 14 shoats, 150 Ibs., crossbred. 1 700 Ib. Black sow to farrow now. From farm Vz mile South of Carroll on Grant Rd. Contact Lawrence Grossman, or Call 2442. 44-261-3tp Household Goods 51 EUREKA High Powered, ALL STEEL CLEANER 9 Powerful 1% i peak H.P. motor. < • Lightweight— only 10% Ibs. 29 95 Lifts em deep-down dirt and grim*. Fallow* like a shadow on easy-roll wheel*. Ftp-top lid. All »te»l eonitruction. Soft Vinyl • bumper. Dlr«ct hot* connection. J. W. DANIEL ELECTRIC 106 W. 6th Carroll Wanted To Buy 51-261-lt ^•\x* 53 JIM BEAM CHINA WISKEY bottles. Dog, Ram and others V. H. Shick, Jefferson. Ph 386-3956. 53-261-6tp For Sale 55 CARPETS A FRIGHT, MAKE them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-261-6tc PUPPIES, $3.00 APIECE. PAR- tially house-broken. Ph. 4491 55-260-3tc DOLL CLOTHES. MRS. LENUS Thejeii. : ' 55-259-3tc Want Ads serve you at YOUli convenience. Read 'em. to fill needs. 6-173-6tp FOR SALE: NEW AND USED Brady Equipment. Elmer Kruse, Glidden. 55-252-12tp CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start ai $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc BABYBED, YOUTH BED COM- pjete, Monarch Deluxe Electric range, excellent condition Ph. 3673. 55-261-3tc FIREPLACE WOOD. PH. 9767 after 5. 55-261-3tp For Rent 57 TRAILER SPACE AT WEST lawn Trailer Ct. Ph. 3673. 57-261-3tc Houses For Sale 63 NpAR NEW 3 BEDROOM southside, beautiful large kitchen, separate utility room 1% baths, all carpeted garage. Assume present loan and save, Pudenz Real Estate Dial 4324. 63-261-31 JUST LISTED? 3 BEDROOM ranch, Large kitchen. Doubl garage. Northeast area Comes Real Estate. Phon 4295. 63-260-2t SMALL 3 BEDROOM HOUSE near St. Lawrence and Methq dist Churches. $12,900.00. Cal Frank Hoffmann. 63-259*4tj >*X*<^<W^<~^*»<~~r < -»x^^>'>**'N'W»' Houses For Rent 6 K BEDROOM HOUSE. LO cated 615 E. 5th. Ph. 2868, 64-256-6t 64 BEDROOM HOME IN CAR- roll, close-in. $85.00 per month. Call or write Fritz Riley, 3141 S. 56th St. Omaha, Nebr. 64-259-3tc 4122. 64-244-tfc HOUSE. 635 64-208-6tp Apartment For Rent 65 PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc N^V^^'V^^**^X^i > ^V^'s^^*^s^'^N^*^^S^N^N^'^>'> Jsed Cars & Trucks 71 965 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 1966 BONNEVILLE, 4 DR. LOW miles, sharp. $2695. Glidden , Auto Sales. 71-261-ltc * Court (Continued From Page 1) Raymond Kruse of Glidden was re-elected president of the Glidden Branch 1464 of the AAL, a Lutheran insurance unit, attended by 32 persons at Peace Lutheran Church Sunday evening. The business meeting was preceded by a smorgasbord supper. Also re-elected were E1 b y Davidson of Glidden, vice president,, and Walter Platt of Glidden, secretary-treasurer. The group also voted on members of the national board of AAL. A. A. Henning of Carroll spoke regarding the AAL benefits for members. The film "The Land We Love" was shown. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 6, 1967 1965 CHEVY BEL AIR, 4 DR. sedan, V-8, has factory air conditioning, 5 new tires and power steering. Brown in color. McCarville and Son. 71-261-ltc swear he was not a member of any subversive organization. Still, Douglas said for the majority, "the lines between permissible and impermissible conduct are quire indistinct" in the law. Voting with him were Chief Justice Earl Warren and Associate Justice Hugo L. Black, William J. Brennan Jr., Abe Fortas and Thurgood Marshall. WASHINGTON (AP) - Three Army privates who were court- martialed after they refused to be shipped to Vietnam were denied a hearing today by the Supreme Court. However, two of the justices suggested that the case presents "questions of great magnitute." Justices Peter Stewart and William 0. Douglas said that among the questions which the case presented—and which they said the court should have heard—are whether present United States military activity is in fact a war within the meaning of the Constitution and, if so, whether the President may constitutionally order the three "to participate in that military activity when no war has been declared by the Congress." The court voted 6-2 not to hear the qase, with Justice Thurgood Marshall taking no part. The three privates claimed * Observance (Continued From Page 1) USED • TRUCKS 1963 IH 1100 34-ton pickup with stock rack 1958 Ford J /2-ton pickup 1951 Chevy a /2-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; "IF YOUR CAR is sluggish, Peters Motors will give your car a complete under-the-hood checkup, assuring you of a more efficiently operating vehicle. 75-114-ltc NOW AT The Rail $56.71 3-speed, hand and foot brake, gearshift for boys and girls. None Finer. AVAILABLE AT ROY'S (Gulf) SERVICE Roy Huegerich, Prop. 603 N. West 72-257-Uo PRINTING PROBLEM? We specialize in production of commercial stationery and envelopes, direct mail advertising, office forms, form letters, pamphlets, programs, Tell us your printing needs- get our prices before you buy! the Carroll High School chorus have been chosen to participate in the performance in Des Moines. Roger Hansen, vocal music instructor, will direct the group at Tuesday's program. Frank Knutzen will accompany the group. Mr. Hansen will also speak to the guests on the theme of the 1967 observance. A film, "Holiday for Bands," narrated by actor Jimmy Stewart, will be shown by Band Director John Erickson. Mrs. Ellen Severin will speak on the topic "Elementary Music in Our Schools." A straw vote will be taken during the evening to help name the new elementary school now under construction. Instructors will be in their rooms to visit with parents and friends after the program. Refreshments will be served in the cafeteria. The program has been prepared by the planning committee of the Carroll Educational Association. School officials request that only adults attend the open house. The observance, saluting American education throughout the nation, will be held Nov. £ through Nov. 10. Like Father, . like son, fits well in the case of Prince Feisal, royal offspring of Jordan's uniform-loving King Hussein. Wearing an air force uniform and a big smile, the prince recently celebrated his third birthday. Ladies Barber Shop Quartet to Sing at Denison "The Big Four," a ladies barbershop quartet from Chillicothe, III., will sing at the 4th Annual Parade of Barbershop Quartets at the Denison High School Auditorium, Saturday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. The program is being sponsored by the "Chorus of A-Chord," the Denison chapter of the Society for the Preservation and 'Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America. The Illinois singing group has performed on the Arthur Qod- frey Show and the Tonight Show, as well as many other radio and television shows. ' Also featured on the program will be the "Cordhuskers" from Fort Dodge, the "Vigortones" from Cedar Rapids, and the host group, the "Chorus of A- Chord." Admission price for the Saturday evening performance ig $2. Tickets can be obtained at the Coast to Coast Store in Denison, the Denison Professional Cleaners, or from Sgt. Hairy Hass at the National Guard Armory in Denison. 0 Space (Continued From Page 1) ellite's 18 experiments are three shiny, baseball-size steel balls which give it the "pinball" nick- that 'had they obeyed orders sending them to Vietnam they would have been guilty of war crimes. Thus, they contended, the orders were illegal. ( The three are Dennis Mora, 26, of New York City; David A. Samas, 21, of Modesto, Calif., and James Johnson, 21, of New York City. While stationed at Ft. Hood, Tex., in June 1968 they received orders to report to Oakland, Calif., for deployment to Vietnam. Douglas and Stewart wrote separate dissenting opinions. Douglas said "a host of problems is raised. Does the President's authority to repel invasions and quiet' insurrections, his powers in foreign relations and his duty to execute faithfully the laws of the United States, including its treaties, justify what has been threatened?" He questioned also the relevancy of the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin resolution—under which authority President Johnson pursues the war in Vietnam—and the yearly appropriations in support of the Vietnam effort." He cited several treaties—among them the 1955 SEATO pact—and asked whether "any of them embrace hostilities in Vietnam, or give rights to individuals affected to complain." 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 sale in our office. THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's " ' Co. Carroll, Iowa. SATURDAY— Farmers Sale Co. Saturday. Sale Every * Festival (Continued From Page 1) from the opera "Tannhauser," the highly emotional music of the pilgrims who went to Rome with Tannhauser when he sought forgiveness for his licentious life. The concert closed with John Phillip Sousa's "Washington Post March." A »tage band representing all the schools played at intermission, including "The Queen Bee" (Nestico) featuring Frank Knutzen III of Carroll on the piano; "You Turned the Tables on Me" (Alter) featuring Marc Baudler of Carroll, Keith Joens of Mapning and Craig Nelson, Coon Rapids; "Cute" (Hefti), featuring Fritz Rudi of Glidden on the drums; "I Love Paris" (Porter), and "Wipe Out" (Surfaris) also featuring Rudi. Other members of the stage band were Crystal Bentley, Lila Kidney and Steve Moorhouse, Glidden; Laurie Hulsebus, Sam Perschau and Glen Williams, Kuemper; Mac Nixon and Mark Halverson, Coon Rapids; John Detlefsen and Vernon Hansen, Manning; Jay Corbett and Steve Moore, Carroll. name. At a future date, the three balls are to be ejected from the payload in a navigation test. Sensors aboard the satellite are to determine if the balls instead of stars can be used as navigation aids for far-out manned and unmanned space vehicles. From its high outpost, ATS 3's color camera will be able to take weather pictures encompassing parts of five continents. Meteorologists believe the color photos will provide clearer photo data than that now available from black and white pictures from the ESSA satellites. Communications experiments will test new concepts to help locate objects on the ground from orbiting ships; improve satellite communications between traffic control towers and airplanes, and distribute weather information from remote data-collecting sites, • ... : * Builders (Continued From Page 1) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13— 1:00 P. M. Furniture Sale Auotlon of the late Mrs. Mary Klvsch and consignors at Roselle, la. Rupiper and Boss, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12— 1:00 P, M. Furniture Auotlon of the late Mrs. Mary Klrsoh and Consigners at Roselle, Iowa. Rupiper and Boss, Auctioneers, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, complete closing out farm sale. Powers and Rupiper, Auctioneer!, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21— 12:30, Mrs, Gene Osborne, com/ mate closing out farm sale. Halbur. Rupiper and Kerkhoff, Auctioneers, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER t-~ Everett Dennis, closing out farm sale. 3'/i miles North of Coon Rapida, on black top, 1QV4 miles South of Gllddun on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6- Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4'/a miles south of Templetqn, qr 8 miles North of Auaubon on Hi-way 71. Meryl and Pave KerkhoW, Auctioneers. WON PAY, QgCBMPBR 11- Claslng Out Farm Sale of Alois C. Pernholtj, owner. Located 4 miles ea$t of Carroll on Highway No. 30 and 3V* south. Byevly & Wielancl, Auctioneer*. Lynn Potter and X. T. Prentis, who voted to apply the tax to new construction, may be out as the commission is replaced by the State Revenue Department. Commission Chairman Earl A. Burrows, considered Gov. Harold Hughes' choice for temporary chairman of the new department, has opposed extending the tax to new construction and could nullify the decision. Uwl« tuggttttd that there should be no moratorium on bidding, but bids should include provision for adding the tax to the price of a contract if the law is upheld. He pointed out that as much as $67,000 in service tax could be collected on a contract worth $1,2 million. The association has never said its members shouldn't pay their fair share of taxes, Lewis added, "But is it too much to ask that we be told in clear and unmistakable terms what we are to pay and how we'll pay it?" The Beaufort Sea is that part of the Arctic Ocean lying between Alaska and the Canadian Arctic islands. Weinstein is Held in Slayiiig PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A 29-year-old pudgy, pipe-smoking tobacconist was charged with homicide Sunday in the strangulation of a Des Moines college student. Stephen Weinstein stood silent with a pipe clenched in his teeth as a judge in magistrate court set a preliminary hearing for Nov. 15 and ordered him jailed without bond. Weinstein is accused of killing John W. Green 3rd, son of ,a Des Moines pathologist and 'a freshman chemistry student at the University of Pennsylvania. Authorities said Green was drugged and sexually molested before being strangled. His body was found Tuesday, in a steamer trunk floating in the Delaware River. Weinstein was arrested jh- New York City Saturday afternoon after a Philadelphia ticket broker spotted him in the Times Square area and alerted a police officer. Some 300 persons attended memorial services for Green Saturday at Wakonda Christian Church in Des Moines. The Rev, Frazer A. Thomason, who conducted the service, said, "We bow in shame and per'tence that there are those of Thy creatures, human beings like ourselves, who betray Thy honor and trust in deeds of wantonness. Forgive us, Thy children, for our sins." Mrs. Livingston Visits in Lincoln (Times Hrruia Nt!\\s Service) MANNING - Mrs. Lola Livingston returned Monday after visiting since Thursday in the Don Owen home in Lincoln, afternoon the MYF members were guests of the college at the Morningside-North Dakota football game. While the youths attended classroom sessions, ministers and counselors attended a seminar on youth work, led by three ministerial students of Morningside, one of whom was Paul Akin of Carroll. Akin, a graduate of Carroll High School, is a senior at the col- Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kusel, Angela and David, and Dan Pratt attended parents' weekend and homecoming at South Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell. Barry and Douglas Kusel are students at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiss and Mrs. Peter Karen of Miles City, Mont., were weekend quests in tlie Herbart lloweclder i home. !• in ig ul il- h, d ic >for it e n Local Group at 'MYF Day' Several members of the Carroll Methodist Youth Fellowship attended Senior MYF Day at Morningside College in S i o u x City Saturday. Included were Debbie Blohm, Melodee Campbell, Kathy Farmer, Pam Gillman, Becky Nam, Kay Nam, Kathy Swearingen, Jerry Kna,uss, David Patrick and Greg Winchester; also the Rev. and Mrs. D. Merle Hill. Activities included music by [ n . "The Horizons", a folksinging , y . group composed of college students; a message from Dr. Allen K. Jackson, dean of the college; classroom sessions'led by faculty members according to intended college majors of the youth; and a guided tour of the campus. Lunch was served in the College Commons. In the sd ill •o- es is- of nt ry ty •o- til be in •n- nd T. w. or cults is let ;nay to tails in?. lal in- ild he es ro- Kenny Kieck in All-State Chorus -Kenny Kieck, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Kieck, has been accepted as a member : ; of the All-State chorus, in addition to five other singers from Carroll, Roger Hansen, vocal music director at Carroll High School, learned Saturday. I Kieck formerly was named an alternate. When other schools could not complete their quotas, Kieck became eligible. The All-Staters will sing Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24-25, in KRNT Theater, Des Moines. Others from the local schools are Barbara Peterson, Joe White, Andrew Peterson and Steve Moore, all Carroll High School, and Barbara — Burg, Kuemper High School. Kuemper also has two All- 3 Staters who will play in the ""' All-State Orchestra, M a r.y Brenny, violinist, and Katie Reibold, 'cellist. The singers will perform "Three Madrigals" by Emma ne Lou Diemer; Haydn's setting for the Kyrie; "Song of Democracy," using Walt Whitman's words, with music by Howard Hanson. , in ter le, nd 11; tort, nd nd on an in ng 20- or n in Jaycees to Go to Audubon Meeting In lieu of a regular Jayce,e • meeting at Carroll this week, members of the Carroll Jaycea <*» Club will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Burke Motor id Inn and go to a Region Vliil li- dinner meeting at Audubon. ; The officers hope to take a sizeable delegation to Audubon, in order that the Carroll club may retain the regional "beef" attendance trophy, which they have won at the last two re> gional meetings. The trophy is awarded on the basis of distance traveled plus total weight of those who travel. Members intending to attend are asked to meet at the hotel in order to poo) transportation. a a )m iat to na ng 8S, nd it

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