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Mine Your Attic Gold With a Classified THE BORN LOSER M6RFUN#R'S RESTAURANT ssasftawfiMN ^wBto By ART SANSOM Classified Ad \ Information Dial 3573 CARD OF THANKS Up to 20 words__ $2.0(1 AU over 20 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch $1.60 Additional insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken untU 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and. 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified tUl 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day par word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cents Six days, per word 36 cents ^^\XSXV\^\XK*X^^V^^ _ Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to Msgr. Karhoff, Fr. McAlpin, Fr. Lenz, and Fr. Sulkowski, the sisters, doctors, nurses, relatives, neighbors and-friends for prayers, visits, cards, flowers, foods, help, care and kindnesses during the loss of Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soppe and Family 3-269-ltp CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the doctors, priests, sisters and nurses for my care and for the visits, flowers, prayers and cards received from my friends and relatives while I was in St. Anthony's Hospital. Mrs. John Hulsing 3-269-ltp CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the priests, doctors, sisters, and entire hospital staff for my excellent care, friends and relatives for flowers, visits, gifts, cards and prayers during my hospitalization. Josephine Conway 3-269-ltc 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 Lost LARGE CHECK REGISTER, containing blank checks, State Bank, Fort Dodge. Reward for return. 715 West 19th. Ph. 792-2834. 7-269-2tc CHARM BRACELET IN DOWN- town Carroll. 7 charms, valuable keepsake, reward. Call 3930. 7-268-2tc Business Services 14 MOUNTING AND STUFFING of your pheasants and fowls for trophies. See Earl Babbe after 5 p.m. at 121 North West St. 14-267-3tp FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-2B9-ltc COMPLETE PUMP SERVICE, deep or shallow wells. Pump servicing machine. Scheck's Plumbing and Heating. Ph. 792-3868. 14445-ltc ft^^\**tf>S^*M^^\*s^v l 'fV^^V*»**i«^fc*»k^X« Good Things To Eat 18 DRESSED DUCKS AND geese. Ph. 11-H, Templeton. Helen Schoeppner. 18-269-3tp Male-Female Help 23 LADY WANTED IN THE housekeeping department. No phone calls. Apply in person. Burke Motor Inn. 23-264-tfc MILK ROUTE DRIVER. AP- ply Bernholtz Bros, Carroll. 23-268-3tc ATTENDANT FULL-TIME 11:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M. Man needed who can meet the parformances and standards of a HOLIDAY STATION STORE attendant. Opportunity for rapid advancement for the right man. Apply at: HOLIDAY STATION STORE CARROLL, IOWA 23-267-3lc Situation Wanted 24 HOUSEWORK OR BABY- sitting, Saturdays. Ph. 9676. 24-268-3tp Farm Service 30 CUSTOM STOCK BALING, Loren Hoffman. Ph. 4038. 30-268-3tp Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE DeKalb 131 Started Pullets, 20 weeks old. Can fill any order up to 4,000 pullets. HEADLEE HATCHERY * Coon Rapids, Iowa Phone 684-2237 32-269-atc BE PREPARED FOR WIN- ter, get your Hot Scot Heater today. For cold engines, frozen pipes or any of the Ritchie Fountains it just can't be beat. Carroll Hatchery. 32-267-3tc Seeds &. Feeds 34 FEED RATH ANIMAL PRO- tein feed. The balanced feed for greater profits. Carroll Hatchery. 34-267-6tc Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED BOARS: HAMP- shire and Poland China, top quality with excellent cut-out records. Harold and Charles Curtis, % mile West of Chur, dan. Ph. 685-3488. Guaranteed and delivered. 41-261-tfc Household Goods 51 TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. SEE the difference. Color TV is a good buy. Motorola in three sizes with guaranteed service. Coast to Coast Store 51-264-6tc *^\^^^^^^^i0^^\^^ For Sale REFRIGERATOR, GOOD CON- dition, $10.00. Ph. 4195. 55-269-2tc SORRY SAL IS NOW A MER- ry gal. She uses Blue Lustre rug and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-267-6tc REGISTERED FEMALE BAS- set, 7 months. Ph. 778-9575, Griswold. 55-268-2tc TAN VINYL ROCKER RE- cliner. Excellent condition. $50.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-268-2tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc Houses For Sale 63 A THREE BEDROOM BUNGA- low with utility room. Hardwood floors throughout. Only $750 down and the balance like rent. Priced well under ten. Hurry! John Gnam Real Estate, Phone 3815. 63-269-2tc COMES REAL ESTATE OFFER Lovely older three bedroom home. Nice kitchen with breakfast nook; carpeted living room and dining room. IVz baths. Close to schools. Good neighborhood. Phone 4295. ' ?3-268-2tc 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH garage in Glidden. Ph. 6593015. 63-268-5tc 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH garage, full basement, new gas furnace and water heater. Northside. Write Box L, Times Herald. 63-267-3tc Houses For Rent 64 FOUR BEDROOM JWO STORY home for rent. Close to schools and downtown. $90 month. John Gnam, phone 3815, 64-269-2tc 3 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE in Glidden. Ph. 659-3664. 64-269-3tp Houses For Rent 64 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, MOD- ern. Ph. 9348. 64-269-3tp HOUSE AT 226 N, WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc MODERN FARM HOME, available December 1st. Ph. 4086. 64-268-3tc NEAR NEW 3 BEDROOM southside, close to Holy Spirit Church.- $100.00 per month. Immediate possession. Write Box M, Times Herald. 64-67-6tc FOUR BEDROOM TWO STORY home for rent. Close to schools and downtown. $90 month. John Gnam, phone 3815. 64-267-3tc Apartment For Rent 65 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc PARKVIEW ARTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1965 CATALINA, H'TP, LOW miles, new tires. $1995. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-269-ltc 1967 PLYMOUTH FURY III, 4 dr., V-8, automatic, power steering, 15,000 actual miles, factory warranty. Local 1 owner new car trade-in. 1967 Plymouth VIP, 4 dr. H'tp, V-8, automatic, power steering and brakes, electric windows, plus a host of many other extras. Immaculate throughout. Wittrock Motors. 71-269-ltc 1964 FORD ECONOLINE, 3 seater, a local with a new set of tires. Priced to sell. $995.00. McCarville and Son. 71-289-ltc 1964 CORVAIR MONZA, 4- speed. Ph. 4993. 71-268-3tp Auto Service 75 CHARLIE SEZ, "WHEN IT comes to car servicing, it pays to come to Peters Motors. .We do the job right.. . save you time, trouble and money." 75-116-ltc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be run in this Auction Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of .your sale in our office. THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Co. Carroll, Iowa. SATURDAY— farmers Sale Co. — Sale Everv Saturday. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, com- Plete closing out farm sale. Powers and Ruplper, Auctioneers. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28— 12:30, Mrs. Gene Osborne, complete closing out farm sale. Halbur. Rupiper and Kerkhoff, Auc» tioneerg, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Everett Dennis, closing out farii sale. 3Vf> mUes North of Cooa Rapids, on black top. lOMs miles South of Gliddtm on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4V4 miles South of Templeton, or 9 miles North 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 Carroll on Highway No. 30 and 3Vi south. Byerly & Wieland, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12— 1:00 P. M. Henry Kasperbauer, 2% miles North of Arcadia. Complete closing out farm sale. Albrecht and Bielenberg, Auctioneers. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14— 12:30, Alphonse Neppl. 2 Miles East and 2Vfe miles North of Manning. Complete closing out farm sale. Harold Wieland and Gary Rupiper, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19— Louis Koester closing out farm sale. 5 west and 2 miles north of Carroll. Grote and Irlbeck, Auctioneers. Fine Printing For Every Need ** Folders * Billheads * Letterheads * Office Forms * Personal Stationery Ask to see our samples! TIMES HERALD Estimates gladly given. 515 N. Main Phone 3573 Carroll 225 Attend LL Fall Rally LAKE CITY — Two hundred twenty-five attended the Lutheran Laymen's League zone fall rally and banquet Sunday night at Lake City. Dr. W. J. Fields, campus pastor at Ames, spoke on "The Youth of Today". Lester W. Popp of Arcadia, zone president, presided at the business meeting. The district was represented by its president, Leonard Sunderman of Clarinda. Ted Cragmile of Lake City was toastmaster. The "Folk Singers", a group of Lake City High School students, furnished entertainment. Closing devotions were led by the Rev. T. H. Offermann of Coon Rapids. Investors Croup Elects Hutcheson New officers of the Profit Maker Investment Club, group of 20 who meet each month in the court house meeting room to hear investment reports and make an investment as a group, were elected Tuesday night. Norman Hutcheson was named president; Paul White, vice president; Paul Fricke, secretary, and Harold Van Der Weide, treasurer. They will assume office with the December meeting, marking the second year of the organization. Officers for the first year have been Charles Oxenford, president; .James Smith, vice president; Dean Abels, secretary, and Duane Riesberg, treasurer. Since the removal from town earlier this year by the Oxenfords, Mr. Smith has been in charge. Smith Heads Audubon Branch AUDUBON - Duane A. Smith was elected president of the Audubon Branch No. 759, Aid Association for Lutherans (AAL) Tuesday night at St. John's Lutheran Church. Herman PorscJi. was named vice president and Virgil Elsberry was re-elected secretary- treasurer. Thejr voted on the national board of directors and A. A.. Henning of Carroll told about benefits to members. A lunch was served after the meeting. Manning Branch No. 629 will have a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Lidderdale Branch No. 1488 will meet Sunday evening, Nov. 26. Manning Hunters Bag 40 Pheasants MANNING - Forty pheasants were turned in at the VFW Hall during the annual pheasant hunt held Nov. 11 and 12, for the benefit of hospitalized veterans. The birds were dressed and frozen and will be taken tq the Des Moines VA Hospital, as in past years. Wesley Nulle was in .charge of this year's hunting activities. Hunters reported that there was a smaller bag of birds than usual,due to the fact that so many fields of corn are as yet unpicked. IN MUSICAL PLAY COLUMBIA, Mo. - L i n d a Mohler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Mohler of Carroll, will sing the role of one of the children in the Stephens College presentation of Malcolm Williamson's "The Happy Prince" on Nov. 27 and 28. The one-act musical play based on a story by Oscar Wilde will be part of a program which will include four musical selections of ensemble music of the 20th century, played by Stephens faculty and students. Miss Mohler is a freshman at Stephens. She recently pledged Eta Epsilon Gamma social sorority. Legion Passes Member Goal Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 has surpassed its membership quota for 1968 and has a total of 606 members, Bernard Bolster, first vice commander, reported at the November meeting Tuesday night in the Legion Hall. The quota was 603. Pheasants for veterans in Veterans' hospitals will be a project of a Legion hunt Suh- day, Nov. 19. Joe Drapcho and Lewis V o y 1 e s are chairmen, and team captains are Richard Happe, Dave McHugh, Al Gute, Mr. Bolster, Ike Auen, Walter Wieckhorst, Dick Wiebers and Harry Rotert. Refreshments will follow the pheasant hunt. Anyone else who has pheasants to give should have them cleaned and dressed and take them | to the Legion clubrooms Sunday afternoon after 3 p.m. Persons wishing to give pheasants at any other time may deliver them to either Brenny's or Bernholtz Lockers. An annual "Pheasants for Vets" dinner will be served Dec. 9, with barbecue beef and fowl being served. Veterans of the Vietnam conflict will be honored at the next meeting, Dec. 12, and any other veterans are also invited to attend. Announcement was made of the county Legion meeting Wednesday night at Glidden. rirrm Herald, Carroll, la. Wtdnttday, Nov. IS, J967 Young Adults to Repair Toys Repairing toys for the Christmas baskets which are distributed annually to needy families will occupy the Young Adults Club members, at a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's Hall. The business meeting will be held during the evening. Each member is asked to bring a hammer, pliers, a screw driver and a paint brush. Every Monday and Tuesday evening thereafter u n t i 1 the baskets are distributed Dec. 17 by the Jaycees, members of the Young Adults Club will gather at St. Josep's Hall to work on the toys. An attendance prize will be offered Thursday night. Girl Scout Dad, Daughter Banquet Set for March 10th The annual Dad-Daughter banquet for Girl Scouts will be held at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at St. L a w r e n c e School auditgrium, it was decided by Gage Win Neighborhood Girl Scout leaders Tuesday at Methodist Fellowship Hall. v The leaders will have a Christmas luncheon Friday, Dec. 8, at a place to be named. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Elmer Friedman and Mrs. Harold Hall. Mrs. Hall was elected delegate to the Lakota Council annual meeting which will be held next spring. She will replace Mrs. Keith Poor, who has moved from town. Alternates will be Mrs. Lee Johnson and Mrs. Irvine Bliss. The next neighborhood meeting will be Jan. 9, when council members and Scouters will reregister. Mrs. J. W. Hambleton will be hostess. Carroll Girl Scouts will present a program Jan. 4 for women of Sacred Heart Parish at Templeton, who are interested in sponsoring a Girl Scout or Brownie troop. Mrs. Richard Watson, neighborhood chairman, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Friedman reported that members of Troops 80 and 279 stuffed envelopes with Christmas seals as a service for Jaycee-ettes, sales chairmen for Carroll. Mrs. Johnson was coffee hostess. County Legion to Hear Scheckel Jerome Scheckel of Des Moines, department service officer for the American Legion, will speak at a Carroll County American Legion meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Glidden. He will give the latest information from the Veterans Administration regarding pensions and compensations for veterans and their families. Aden Owens of Coon Rapids, county commander, will conduct the meeting. Loras Stork, commander of the Glidden post, will present two foreign students who will give their views on experiences and interest in their new environment. Lunch will be served after the meeting. O'Bryan Studio Photo Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Honold Coon Rapids Couple Wed COON RAPIDS — Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Honold, who were wed at the First Christian Church here Nov. 4, are making their home at Parkview Apartments in .Carroll. Mrs. Honold is the former Linda Shirbroun, daughter of Mrs. Fred Shirbroun of Coon Rapids. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Honold, also of Coon Rapids. The Rev. Keith Peckham of Janesville, Wis., performed the double ring ceremony at 8 p.m. .The bride's brother, Neal Shir- broun, gave her in marriage. Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Rockford, HI., was organist; Mrs. Douglas Ridgeway, vocal soloist. Attending the bride were Mrs. David Annear, Dedham; Diane Nellesen, Carroll; Mrs. Becky Erickson, Rockford, 111., and Robin Annear, Dedham. Terri Shirbroun of Carroll was flower girl. Men in the wedding party included Jerry Honold, Coon Rapids; James Honold, Minden; Jay Shirbroun, Oar- roll; and Gary Gymer, Davenport. Nicky Jameson, Greenfield, was ring bearer. Ushers were David Annear and Loren Schick of Burlington. The bride's gown of white lace over peau de soie featured a lace train falling from the shoulders. The red lace dresses worn by her attendants were complemented by long white gloves, in keeping with the bride's chosen colors of red and white. A reception for 275 g u e s t s was held ait the church immediately following the ceremony. For their week's wedding trip the couple traveled to Colorado Springs, Colo. Both Mr. and Mrs. Honold are graduates of Coon Rapids Community High School. The bride is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Carroll; Mr. Honold, by Garst & Thomas Hybrid Corn Company at Coon Rapids. munisti virtually always vio late any declared cease-fires. "Westmoreland said it was 'absolutely inaccurate" that recent severe fighting in Vietnam's central highlands indicated that the Communists were taking the initiative in the war. "We beat them to the punch ivery time," he said. Westmoreland denied the administration has put pressure on him to turn out more significant military victories before the next presidential election. "I put pressure on myself constantly to do the best job possible" in keeping pressure on enemy forces in Vietnam, he iaid. Johnson is holding the high- level conferences at a time when he says the Vietnam war could cut even deeper into his public support. "I may wind up with a poll of one per cent before it's over with," he is reported to have said recently. But underlining his determination to pursue his stated goal of peace with honor in Vietnam regardless of public opinion, he used this quote from Lincoln during his toast Tuesday night at a White House reception for Prime Minister Eiaaku Sato of Japan: "Let. us have faith that right makes might,.and let us...dare to do our duty as we understand it." Johnson said "it Is taking time and patience to win peace in the world. But it will be won if we have the faith to uphold Lincoln's first principle." • S.S. Bill (Continued From Page 1) creases would average nearly 19 per cent. — Increact total btntfits paid by $3.5 billion next year and $5.8 billion in 1969. Under present law, $25.5 billion in Social Security benefits would be paid out in 1968. — Boost maximum taxes for individuals, and for employers who must match employe contributions, from the present $290.40 a year to $352 in 1968 and $422.40 in 1969. A House-passed Social Security bill calls for a 12% per cent minimum over-all boost in benefits and a $6 hike to $50 in the minimum monthly benefit. Mansfield expressed confidence the bill would clear the Senate and go to conference with the House before the Thanksgiving recess scheduled to begin a week from today. Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen told newsmen meanwhile he expects Senate action to be completed on the bill by week's end. The Finance Committee greatly liberalized the version passed by the House in August, putting it much more in line with administration recommendations. A floor fight on the bill has been pledged by a group of Republicans including Dirksen and Sen. John J. Williams of Delaware, senior GOP member on the Finance Committee. They said in committee minority reports they would seek to substitute the lower House- approved benefit and tax levels for the Senate panel's version. The Republicans complained the tax increases next year will not be sufficient to cover proposed additional 1968 benefit increases. U.S.-Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) • Sato (Continued From Page 1) tion would threaten their security. The Japanese leader told Johnson this judgment was based on an 11-nation tour he made in the past several months to Southeast Asia and the Southern Pacific, diplomatic sources disclosed. The 66-year-old prime minister winds up a two-day round of negotiations and consultations today with a second meeting with Johnson at the White House. A joint communique was to be issued. In their first session Johnson and Sato conferred for two hours with only interpreters present. Diplomatic sources said obviously the future of Okinawa and the Bonin Islands was discussed. Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Japan's Foreign Minister Takeo Miki held business talks in an adjoining room while Johnson and Sato conferred in the President's oval study. Rusk and Miki reportedly were concerned mainly with a nuclear nonproliferation treaty, peaceful uses of atomic energy, the outer space treaty with the Soviet Union and Southeast Asia security problems. Club Honors Bellinghausens The B.M.C. Club honored Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen at a surprise party on their 45th wedding anniversary, Nov. 14. The evening was spent playing pinochle, with Nick Wittry, Mrs. Paul Schafer and Mrs, Ed Timmerman winning prize s. The group brought the two- course lunch which was served after cards, and also presented Mr. and Mrs. Bellinghausen with a purse. IN COLLEGE DRAMA LaCROSSE, Wis. - Rebecca Rohner, junior at Viterbo College, LaCrosse, will appear iin the College's first dramatic production, George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man". Performance dates for the comedy o£ love and war are Nov. 17 through Nov. 21. Miss Rohner is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rohner of Carroll. ON STUDENT STAFF DES MOINES - Cheryl •Draheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Draheim of Lone Tree, formerly of Carroll, is a member of the student production staff for the Drake University College of Fine Arts production of the operas "Night Bell" by Donizetti and "Slow Dusk" by Carlisle Floyd. Both will be performed Nov. 17 and 18 at 8 p.m. in the University auditorium. Salvation Army Drive Planned The annual Salvation ArnT} drive for funds in Carroll will ;et underway within the next few weeks, when appeal letters will be mailed out to supporters of the organization, H. L. Hudson, chairman, announced Wednesday. Other members of the local :ommittee are Carl J. Hess, r c a s u r e r. and Miss Ruth Evans, Miss Eleanor Dinsmore, Mrs. Edward M. Feld and Dr. A. Reas Anneberg. Helping others is nothing new with the Salvation Army, Maj, William H. Roberts of D e a Moines, service extension director of the Army, pointed out Wednesday. "For 102 years the dedicated people of this organization have put compassion; into action, bringing hope and comfort to many of the less fortunate in our community." ' The organization has prevent tative and curative programs;; ranging from hospitals for unwed mothers to counselling and psychiatric services. They visit jails and correctional institU; Uons; maintain rehabilitation centers; have residences for young working girls in cities* provide leisure-time centers for men in armed forces; and; maintain a missing person's bureau. ' Command to Capt. LaCava Capt. John LaCava of U.S. Navy, whose wife is the former L o r e 11 a Finnegan of Carroll, will assume command of the U.S.S. Vancouver LPD-2 in early December at San Die£ go, Calif. £ Capt. and Mrs. LaCava are; visiting Miss Rose Finnegan iiv Carroll en route to San Diegcg from Washington, D.C., where* Capt. LaCava formerly was orC duty with the Navy Department in the Pe'ritagoh. M The Vancouver is classified^ ajs an a'mphibious trans-*;- port 1 dock, a fast 520-foot, 13,«." 000-ton ship manned by 27 offi£ cers and 450 men. The unique/part of this new type Navy ship- Is that It not only carries near£ ly 1,000 combat-ready Marines; but also all of their equipment plus- the boats and helicopters^ necessary to land the Marines; ashore in an assault operation.-^ The Vancouver normally wil£ operate as a unit of the Navy's!" new fast and mobile amphibt^ ous force. « En route to Carroll the La-st Cavas visited their daughter^* Mary Ann, a student at Chestnut Hill College in Philadel-- phia, and their son John, a," sophomore at the University of* 1 Notre Dame. Spending Tuesday^ with them and Miss Finnegan^ were Mrs. LaCava's brother^ and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.'"" J. V. Finnegan of St. Loius,£ Mo., who left Wednesday morn-« ing- S D Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) ters can pinpoint them for bom * bers and artillery. f The entire base complex,**! which includes an airfield, a^ Special Forces camp and a bri-* gade headquarters of the 4th Di-2 vision, was on the alert for a* possible all-out ground assault** by the North Vietnamese. |J Mortar shells quickly des-"g troyed two U.S. C130 transport** planes, used to ferry war sup-2 plies, and damaged another. S •*9 Flames erupting from the £ ••exploding ammunition dump $ spread quickly through a !* Montagnard village of ^ thatched huts 200 yards away.'•£ H. ' About 500 women and children, *• dependents of Montagnard ir-w regulars based at a nearby Spe-£ cial Forces camp were quickly"' removed by U.S. armored per-S sonnel carriers. £ Initial reports said the fire'* spread to the Special Forces?, camp, where a 15-man U.S. £ Army Green Beret team advis-** es 500.of the tribal fighters, but£ a U.S. 4th Infantry Division £ spokesman said later this was" not the case. It was the village * instead. •* Although the ammunition £ dump was the main supply point £. for U.S. forces in an area where * hard fighting has raged since S Nov.. 3, American officers said * they had enough ammunition on * hand to withstand a major at-« tack "and we can get more." ** • *• j. GRASS FIRE 7 <Ti»ie» Herald f*eiv» Servjea) MANNING - The Manning : : Fire Department was called • out at 6:45 p.m. Nov. 11 to extinguish a grass fire along the railroad right-of-way near the Robert Tank farm,

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