There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 -S1.60 _$1.40 until 10 CARD OF THANKS fin to 20 words $2.00 All over 20 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch. Additional insertions™ riassifled displays taken « m day of publication except Sat- n'rdav and 8 a. ra. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. n». Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word— 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cent* _36 cent* Six days, per word- ^f^^^f^r*^** *•• *• •• — ______ -^ _. — ___-_ Business Opportunities 5 BEAUTY SALON OPPORTUnity: For sale, Carol's Cos- metique, modern salon clientele, low rent, excellent location, equipment and supplies; 3034 East Erie, Missouri Valley, Ph. 2-2841. 5-261-ltc ^*r*r*r*r>*+s*s*****~*~~-' Announcements HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfc NIEHAUS PAINTING AND DECORATING At Its Finest Phone 792-3118 6-2624tp 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 SNIAGRAB! -READ IT BACK- ward or forward — you'll always find BARGAINS in the want ad section. Top jobs. Action with satisfaction. THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM WAT 6ET5 ME I SWAT I'M , BEHNP.1HE MM/ Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc FURNISHED West 2nd. HOUSE. 635 64-208-6tp Apartment For Rent 65 APARTMENT, CLOSE IN, completely redecorated, stove, refrigerator, air conditioning, furnished. Dial 4581 or after 5 4730. 65-262-3tc Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tueiday, Nov. 7, 1967 13 * Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) Loans FIDELITY TREND FUND is a mutual fund emphasizing capital growth possibilities by interpretation of marketand economic trends. Free Prospectus —Booklets available from your investment dealer. R. G. Dickinson GrCo. Savings & Loan Bldg. 792-4309 Business Services 14 STARTER, GENERATOR, magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street West of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-250-tfc 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 Carroll, Iowa ll-261-ltc Want Ads serve you at YOUR convenience. Read 'em to fill needs. 6-173-6tp Business Services 14 NOTICE Byron Hayes . former machinist at Carroll Machine and Welding Is Now Located at THE EAST END MACHINE AND WELDING Hwy. 30 East — Carroll 14-262-2tc 5,000 Choice & Fancy Sandhills Cattle Special Calf & Feeder Auction FRIDAY, NOV. 10 BURWELL, NEBRASKA Consignments for this sale will feature many of the top calves and yearlings of the season. Many reputation brands in the offering! Listings include: CALF DIVISION: Following Consignments: 240 Reputation Hereford calves, 350 to 400 Ibs. Van Neste Ranch. 150 Reputation Hereford calves, 350 to 425 Ibs. Henry & Dale Woods. . 145 Reputation Hereford calves, 375 to 450 Ibs. One brand. 125 Fancy Black Angus calves, 350 to 45,0 Ibs. Harold Hill. 110 Choice & fancy Hereford calves, some Angus cross, Orland Fryear. 110 Choice Hereford calves, 350 to 435 Ibs. Ira & Don Green. 100 Choice & fancy Hereford calves, Baxter & Weaver. 100 Choice & fancy Hereford steer and heifer calves, Holt Co. 85 Reputation Hereford calves, light weights, Leonard Butts. 75 Choice & fancy Hereford calves, Clint Ruegge. 75 Choice & fancy Angus cross calves; Edwin Volf. 75 Choice & fancy Hereford calves, Fred Cram. 85 Choice & fancy Hereford cadves, 350 to 400 Ibs., one brand. 60 Fancy Hereford steer calves, wt. 400 Ibs. Harold Ferguson. 65 Choice Hereford & Angus cross calves, Ralph & Duane Roblyer. 60 Extra choice Black Angus steer & heifer calves, Clayton Bunner. 62 Choice & fancy Hereford heifer calves, 375 Ibs., one brand. 40 Fancy Hereford steer & heifer calves, Clyde Pike. 35 Extra choice Hereford & Angus cross calves, Maoe Greenstreet. 100 Choice & fancy Hereford steer calves, 400 Ibs., one brand. Others selling top calves: Earl Metcalf—Alvin Moody—Mike Setlki—Hansen — Ralph Clements —Vic Hyde —Lewis and many more. (Most of these calves this week are real light colored, the cream of the crop). FEEDER DIVISION: Following Consignments: 140 Fancy Hereford heifers, 500 to 625 Ibs. Ivan Lemmer. 165 Choice Hereford heifers, 600 to 650 Ibs. Bryan Peterson. 115 Extra choice Hereford & Angus cross steers, 650 to 725. Ibs. 100 Extra choice Hereford steers, 775 Ibs. Orel Koelling. 100 Choice Hereford heifers, 600 to 700 Ibs. Orel Koelling. 100 Extra choice Hereford steers, 800 Ibs. Bryan Peterson. 100 Extra choice Hereford steers, 750 Ibs. Peterson Bros; 94 Fancy Hereford steers, 625 to 675 Ibs. John Seier. 75 Fancy Hereford heifers, 550 Ibs. Wiebusch Land & Cattle. 70 Fancy Hereford steers, 625 Ibs. 0. W. Anderson. 70 Choice Hereford & Angus cross steers & heifers. Allan Masters. , „„., ,. 80 Choice Hereford & Angus cross steers, 600 to 700 IDS. Mitchell. 60 Choice Angus cross heifers, 650 to 700 Ibs. Sorenson Bros. 66 Choice Hereford steers, 750 Ibs. Fred Turner 63 Choice Hereford & Angus steers, 650 Ibs. Wallace Ranch. 50 Choice Hereford fall steers, 550 Ibs. Milton Clemens. 40 Fancy W. F. steers, 625 Ibs. Russel McFadden. 54 Fancy Hereford steers, 650 to 725i Ibs. Bus Johnson. 50 Angus & Angus cross. Frtiz Schwagel. 45 Fancy Hereford steers, 700 Ibs. Herman Boerger. 45 Fancy Hereford steers. Ivan Lemmer. 40 Fancy Hereford steers, 650 Ibs. Jerome Lemmer. 20 Choice Black Angus steers. Shafer. 35 Choice Hereford steers & heifers. Joe Perrott. 35 Fancy Hereford heifers, 550 Ibs. Many more consignments of yearling steers & heifers by sal* time. We urge you to attend this big sale if looking for the fancy kind that are selling at sharply lower prices. These heavy fall runs will soon be over. All Native Sandhills cattle. Phone 308-346-5135 for further sale information. Sale time 11:00 a. m. BURWELL LIVESTOCK MARKET, INC. "One of the Sandhills Largest Cattle Auctions" Cattle Sales Every Friday at Burwell, Nebr. BEST HOUSE CLEANER IS A Want Ad. Don't clean around your "don't needs" — clean them up and sell 'em for cash with a Want Ad. Dial 3573. GIRL WANTED: 9 TO 4:30. NO nights or Sundays. Apply in person, Main Ice Cream Parlor. 23-260-3tc DISHWASHER WANTED, AP- ply at Gussie's. 23-260-3tc ; IMMEDIATE NEED Men over 25 years of age with farm background. Assu'red weekly income. Men I seek must be bondable and self starters. For confidential interview, call: WAYNE SCHAFER BURKE MOTOR INN TUESDAY, 7 to 9 P. M 23-262-ltp 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. 23-261-3tc Situation Wanted 24 HOUSEWORK, BY THE hour. Ph. 9565. 24-262-2tp BABYSITTING IN MY HOME for 2 year olds and older. Ph. 3045. 24-261-3tc Farm Service 30 AVAILABLE FOR CORNPICK ing and combining. Ph. How ard or Richard Hugg, 663 2282 or 663-2283, Westside. 30-262-3tc Hatcheries 32 Farm Machinery 33 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 -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 33,262-2tp For Sale 55 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 FIREPLACE WOOD. PH. 9767 after 5. 55-261-3tp SPECIALS ROUGH BOARDS 1x6 — 6 Ft 39c ea. 1x6 — 8 Ft 52c 1 x 6 —10 Ft 58c PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1967 CHEVY IMPALA SPORT coupe, blue with white padded top. Car has cruise control, twin traction rear- end, factory air, Premium tires aind only 2,900 miles on this. Has been in service only a short time. Save here. New Car Warranty. McCarville and Son. 71-262-ltc Livestock For Sale 41 2 BLACK POLAND BOARS. Ralph Niehaus, 1% miles East of Arcadia. 41-262-2tp PUREBRED BOARS:' HAMP- shire and Poland China, top quality with excellent cut-out records. Harold and Charles Curtis, Vz mile West of Churdan. Ph. 685-3488. Guaranteed and delivered. 41-261-tfc 10 Ft. Heavy Wire Gate. $41.50 14 Ft. Heavy Wire Gate $47.50 Storm Door Covers 89c With Window Clear Plastic For Windows 39c 1964 CHRYSLER NEW YORK- er, 4 dr., power windows, 6 way electric seat, factory air, new rubber, plus many other extras. Can't be told from new, just arrived. 1962 Chrysler New Yorker, power steering and brakes, good rubber, 38,000 actual miles. Local 1 owner 1968 Chrysler trade-in. Wittrock Motors. 71-262-ltc Americans were killed and 35 wounded. A spokesman said 102 Communists had been killed in scattered fighting around Dak To, 270 miles north of Saigon, in the past two days. Most were identified as North Vietnamese regulars. As the ground fighting picked up, U.S. Air Force fighter- bombers took advantage of a break in the northeast monsoons Monday and flew through heavy Communist defenses to give North Vietnam's heartland its heaviest pounding in a week. The American raiders attacked the sprawling Gia Thuong military storage area three miles northeast of the center of Hanoi for the first time in the war, shot down two MIG17s during a strike on the Kep airfield 38 miles northeast of the capital, and attacked a vehicle repair plant nine miles north of Hanoi and the Hanoi transformer station for the first time since last May. Although Hanoi claimed five U.S. planes were shot down, the U.S. Command reported only one loss, an F105 Thunderchief it said was brought down by ground fire northwesst of Hanoi. The pilot was listed as missing in action. American It was combat the 727th plan of- Rilcy 'Presumed Backers •* •••> of Law and Order' CEDAR RAPIDS (AP) "— State Sen. Tom Riley, R-Cedar Rapids, Tuesday criticized "many presumed supporters of law and order" for "looking on from a safe distance" when violence erupted during an antiwar demonstration last week at the University of Iowa. In a letter to the editor of the University newspaper, Riley also accused a student reporter of "malicious misrepresentation" of Riley's part in the demonstration. Riley said the student newspaper reported he dragged a student from the demonstration scene by his feet, bumping his head on the pavement. He said movies and photographs disprove the charge. Riley, considered a hopeful for the Republican nomination for governor said he showed up at the demonstration to try and prevent violence. He praised student onlookers who joined in this effort, but said many others were observing "from a safe distance when they could have helped to form a buffer zone" between demonstrators and hecklers." * Elections (Continued From Page 1) . 1964 RIVIERA, H'TP, WHITE and red interior, new tires, $2095. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-262-ltc Auto Service 75 Available At CARROLL LUMBER CO. Carroll 792-9231 262-3tc PUREBRED SPOT AND Hampshire boars. Nationally accredited SPF herd. Allen Nissen, 4 miles West, 3% miles North of Manning. 41-256-12tc Livestock Strayed 44 LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN: 14 shoats, 150 Ibs., crossbred. 1 700 Ib. Black sow to farrow now. From farm % mile South of Carroll on Grant Rd. Contact Lawrence Grossman, or Call 2442. 44-261-3tp Building Material 47 MERLIN NAIR IS THE MAN to 'see for Johns-Manville. insulation, siding, and roofing. Phone 683-3541, 792-4274, or 659-3891. 47-262-3tc Wanted To Buy 53 JIM BEAM CHINA WISKEY bottles. Dog, Ram and others. V. Hi Stock, Jefferson. Ph. IF YOU ARE FEEDING NEW corn, try our 41% Pig anc Hog Pellets. Feed % pound per head. Carroll Hatchery. 32-261-3tc Farm Machinery 33 386-3956. For Sale 53-261-6tp IHC DIESEL, VERY GOOD condition. Priced to sell. Dennis O'Tool, Glidden. Ph. 9F12, Lidderdale. 33-260-4tp 2 SWIVEL ROCKERS IN TUR- quoise nylon. Very good condition. $25.00 each. Matt Furniture Co. , 55-262-^tc CARPETS A FRIGHT, MAKE them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-261-6tc j • 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. , ' • , - • "•••-• - • • f- Check the label on your paper, jiow! Look-at the top of Page 1. Yqur name and address are printed there. The number to the right is the expiration date of your paper:' (For example: 12-31-67 would meari; 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 & Adj oining Counties: Family Campers CHARLIE SEZ: "IF YOUR CAR sputters and stumbles, goans and grumbles, let Peters Mo- ters pep it up with a motor tune-up." 75-115-ltc New '68-Model loy 2 -ft. with heater, toilet, Deluxe, only $1695.00. New .Honeymoon Special 8-ft., just right for 2 people. Only $614.00. New 8-ft. Cabover, only $895.00. New 24" Cap L....only $225.00 New 30" Cap „ only $245.00 These new units on hand for immediate delivery. Your area franchise for Greene, Carroll, Calhoun, and Sac Counties. BOYD'S, INC. LAKE CITY, IOWA Carroll area, Ed Jensen Ph. 792-3671 55-250-ltc For Rent 57 TRAILER SPACE AT WEST* lawn Trailer Ct. Ph. 3673. 57-261-3tc Houses For Sale 63 NEAR 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. 63-261-3tc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed •nd 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 Sale Co. Carroll, Iowa. SATURDAY— Farmers Sale Co. — Sale Every Saturday. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12— 1:00 P. M. Furniture Sale Auction of the late Mrs: Mary Kirsch and consignors at Roselle, la. Rupiper and Boss, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12— 1:00 P. M. Furniture Auction of the late Mrs. Mary Kirsch and Consignors at Roselle, Iowa. Rupiper and Boss, Auctioneers. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, complete closing out farm sale. Powers and Rupiper, Auctioneers. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2i— 12:30, Mrs. Gene Osborne. complete closing put farm sale. Halbur. Rupiper and Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. ...... - , WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER «— Everett Dennis, closing out farn sale. 3V£ miles North of Cooa Rapids, on black top. 10V6 mile* South of Glidden on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4Vfe miles South of Templeton, or 9 miles Nqrth of Audubon on Hl-way 71. Meryl and Dave Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11— Closing Out Farm Sale of Alois C. Bernholtz, owner. Located 4 miles east of CarroU on Highway No. 30 and 3V4 south. Byerly & Wleland, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19— Louis Koester closing out farm sale. 5 west and 2 miles north of Carroll. Grote and Irlbeck, Auctioneers. 1 year $13.00 6 mos. $7.00 3 mos. $4.00 DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 3573 NO BRAG, JUST FACTS One of our finer north side homes. Four bedroom ranch. Newly decorated. Carpeted. Dining room, family room, fireplace, air cond. Two car garage. Plus many, many features. Owner may trade for other city or farm property. JOHN GNAM Real Est. Phone 3815 63-262-ltc SMALL 3 BEDROOM HOUSE near St. Lawrence and Methodist Churches. $12,900.00. Call Frank Hoffmann. 63-259-4tp LUXURY PLUS Choice North Side location. Outstanding three bedroom ranch home. Has large carpeted living room. Beautiful kitchen with loads of built- ins. iVz baths with % bath off master bedroom. Built-in vanity, etc. Sliding glass doors to patio area. Gas hot water heat, plus many extras you must see for yourself. This home is priced for quick sale. COMES REAL ESTATE PHONE 4295 63-262-2tp Houses For Rent 64 TRAILER 4122. FOR RENT. PH. 64-244-tfc • Surveyor (Continued From Page 1) today would be required to place it on target. If all goes well, the Surveyor will reach the moon about 7 p.m. Thursday. The launching was the second hi a busy space week for the United States. On Sunday, the third applications technology satellite was fired from the Cape into a stationary orbit over Brazil where it is to conduct experiments in communications, navigation and weather study. An East Coast-West Coast doubleheader is scheduled Thursday. The first Saturn 5 super-rocket, being groomed to boost astronauts to the moon, is set for liftoff from the cape at 7 a.m., and the Essa 6 weather satellite is to rocket into space at 12:37 p.m. from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The lengthy countdown on the 363-foot-tall Saturn 5 started Monday night. In another launching, the Air Force Monday night fired a Minuteman 2 intercontinental range military missile from Cape Kennedy to test a new Mark 12 warhead system. NASSA hopes Surveyor 6 will break the even-number jinx in the series. Surveyors 1, 3 and 5 soft-landed on the moon, but Nos. 2 and 4 failed. ficially reported lost over the North. In the coastal lowlands, a Korean spokesman said, an estimated 300 North Vietnamese army regulars moved out of a hideout in the Ho Neo mountains and had been threatening Korean units for the last two weeks. The spokesman said Korean forces pursued the Communists and caught up with them near two villages only about two miles from the Korean's base area. Fighting which broke out continued until about noon today, the spokesman said. In the central highlands, entrenched North Vietnamese reg-, ulars opened up Monday af- ernoon with heavy small arms and automatic fire on units of the U.S. 173rd Airborne Brigade searching an area hit by B52 bombers last Saturday. Aided by ground reinforcements, artillery and 67 strikes- by Air Force fighter-bombers, the paratroopers assauted the fortified communist positions. U.S. Headquarters said the reinforcements broke through the Communists' flank and overran the position, but the main force apparently had already pulled back. Intelligence offecrs are predicting more bloody combat for central Vietnam now that the moonsoon rains are moving north. The forecast is based on reports of major North Vietnamese infiltration of the central jungles during the first six months of the year. Headquarters elements of five North Vietnamese divisions have been identified in the 2nd Corps Military area, in central Vietnam. American intelligence sources said a new North Vietnamese division, the 10th is known to be along the Cambodian-Laotian border but so far has been avoiding heavy contact with U.S. troops. In another attack Monday night, Communist mortarmen lobbed 20 60mm mortar rounds into the positions of a U.S. infantry battalion operating near the bloodied district headquarters of Loc Ninh, 72 miles north of Saigon near the Cambodian border. U.S. headquarters said 18 Americans were wounded. Nearly 200 miles to the north, troops of the U.S. 1st Air Cavalry Division found 60 Montagnard women and children who were among 245 of the mountain tradespeople kidnaped early Monday by an armed band of Viet Cong guerrillas. The other 185 tribespeople, apparently all men, were still missing. Spokesmen said a company of Viet Cong troops carried off the tribespeople from five villages in the central highlands 250 miles north of Saigon. One hamlet chief was killei during the raid. The Viet Cong in previous raids have abducted the primitive tribesmen to use them as forced labor for their military units. Seven of the men kid- naped were instructors in the South Vietnamese government's pacification program. and the state's Supreme Court later threw out Monday a low er court injunction that would have banned use of the troops to insure a peaceful election. A three-judge federal panel concluded i t s consideration', of election-rigging charges, brought by Hatcher by ordering county officials to guarantee a fair election. Hatcher and the Justice Department had filed separate' suits c h a r g i n g the county's- Democratic chairman cort spired to remove Negroes from' Voting lists while adding ineligible whites. : Observers rated as a toss-up; the race between Hatcher, a* lawyer and city councilman,: and businessman Radigan. hp j In Cleveland's race for may-^ or, Democrat Carl B. Stokes,: Negro lawyer and state legisla-- tor, is slightly favored over Re-1 publican Seth Taft, member of: the, distinguished family thait- has produced a president and" other notable political figures. ; Boston's nonpartisan mayoralty' election also is tinged.' with the racial issue. Louisje' Day Hicks, who as a school- committee member opposed, busing of Negroes to white* schools, opposed Kevin H.* White, Massachusetts secretary: of state, Mrs. Hicks sought to • become the first woman mayor' in the city's 337 years. - ' In Philadelphia, Republican Dist. Atty. Arlen Specter is: given a good chance to upset* Democratic Mayor James H". Tate. Republicans also are highly" hopeful .of taking the Kentucky : governorship for the first time; in 20 years. The GOP now has 25 of the 50 governorships and 1 holds states with 295 electoral* votes. . .-J Only 270 are needed to win". the presidency and a GOP vie- * tory in Kentucky would raise ' the party's figures to 26 states : with 304 electoral votes. The Republican candidate in : Kentucky is Louie B. Nunn, a ; conservative lawyer from Glas- •• gow in Southern Kentucky. Henry Ward, former highway ; commissioner, is the Democrat- ; ic nominee. 'i In Mississippi, veteran U.S. ". Rep. John Bell Williams, a ; Democrat and staunch segrega- i tionist, is expected to have no * trouble rolling up a substantial • margin over Republican Rubel . Phillips in their race for governor. From Phillips, Mississippians got a new sort of campaign atr ' gument — that the economic welfare of whites and Negroes is linked and one race cannot advance unless the other does too. Phillips is a Jackson lawyer" and one-time Democrat. Williams is a 20-year veteran in Congress. CONCLUDES FURLOUGH Sp.4 Dave Kastle, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kastle of Route 2, Carroll, has returned to Swabach, Germany, after a 45- day furlough. His address is: Sp.4 David 55856756; C J. Kastle, US Troop 2 Sqdr 4 Cal; APO New York, 09696. Post Office to Be Closed Nov. 11 lUMl — The post office will be closed^ all day, Saturday, Nov. 11, 1967$ Veterans Day, Postmaster B.G." Tranter said Tuesday. No .window service will be provided and there will be no deliveries of mail by the city or rural carriers. Special delivery service will be provided and holiday lock box 'service will be maintained. Holiday schedules for the collection, receipt and dispatch of mail will be maintained.
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