Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1967 · Page 17
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 18, 1967
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Up to 20 words_ AD CARD Of THANKS -— — " " •"• M i. i i i t2,OQ ov«r 20 words Be per word CLAMIFIVO DISPLAY Per column Inch $i, 60 Additional Insertions .$1.40 Classified displays taken until lo n. 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 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three daya, per word 24 cents Six days, per word 36 cents Announcements CHARLEY'S PLACE IS OPEN every night until 8:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday nights till 9:00 p.m. Bring in your toy catalogs. If Charley's place has the same toy in stock, you can save yourself some money. 6-272-3tc HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfc Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified THE BORN LOSER -AM? I WANT A SKATS BOARD AM 1 A vMpR ATQVMC By ART SANSOM 6ETLOST, AN'A MOTOR SCOOTS OKA/, KlPPO- PLAYER .AW A MOVIE £AM£RA AN'A STATTOkJ AM 1 A W^lNBfCWAtf- A ; Ser OF AUTHENTIC MINIATURE SPORTS CARS AW' A B-B 6UW AM 1 A AM' A PON6 TABLED Lost LADIES SILVER BULOVA .watch. Ph. 2879 or 4882. Reward. , . ... 7-272-3tc 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 Good Things To Eat 18 FOR SALE, TURKEYS, LIVE or dressed. Marvin Stevens, 101 R, Templeton. l8-271-3tc ADVERTISING PAYS. TRY IT. Male-Female Help 23 DIAL 3573 TO PLACE YOUR Want Ads. WANTED Anyone Interested in Earning: $3 AN HOUR 3 HOURS A DAY 3 DAYS A WEEK Write Box V Carroll Herald Carroll, Iowa 23-272-Hc HOUSEKEPER FOR CONVA- lesing lady, Breda. Call 7923111 Carroll, or Breda 6732881. 23-272-3tc FOR A BETTER LIFE...READ AND USE THE DOES SHE LOVE BLUE? Then she'll love you when you giv« ker * Royal Copenhagen figurine, a Christmas Plate — or a cet of dishes In Old Blue Flow. POWERFUL ISN'T IT? Just a little four line ad. THE COST? MERE PENNIES, BUT IT SPELLS CCI I ! MIGHTY LOUD. WHY DON'T YOU TRY ONE OtLLI TODAY? • DIAL 792-3573 CARROLL DAILY TIMES HERALD 272-3tp Male-Female Help 23 ATTENDANT FULL-TIME 11:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M. Man needed who can meet the performances and standards of a HOLIDAY STATION STORE attendant. Opportunity for rapid advancement for the right man. Apply at: HOLIDAY STATION STORE CARROLL, IOWA 23-271-3tc Situation Wanted 24 COLLEGE BOY WANTS work week before and after Thanksgiving. Mark Schoofs Ph. 3139. . . 24-272-3tp WILL DO DAYTIME BABY- sitting in my home, Monday through Friday. Ph. 2371. 24-271-3tc WANTED; BABYSITTING IN my home. Call after 4:30 p.m Phone 9574. 24-271-2tc BABYSITTING DAY AND night, by the hour, day and Week. Ph. 792-3285. 24-270-3tp Hatcheries 32 HAVE YOU TRIED ATGARD Dichlorvos Swine Wormer? There is none finer anywhere! Controls all three major gastrointestinal worms in swine without fasting, setbacks or bad effects. Get it today at the Carroll Hatchery. 32-270-3tc CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISE TO your advantage. Phone 3573. Livestock Auction 40 REGULAR LIVESTOCK AUCTION DUNLAP, IOWA Tuesday, Nov. 21 Sale Starts 12:00 Sharp 800 HOGS si 6 ° lbs " to 30 brood sows. 30 Hampshire open gilts, vaccln- 900 CATTLE b . 375°lbf Angus steel! 'calves, 350 to 30 -Th 1 ^ ^t Her S f ??? calves 350 lbs. The Above Cattle out of North 100 Choice WhiWaced yearling 6 * steers ' f IR 2 11 ? 1 ? 6 , An £ us steers, 575 lbs. 15 Holsteln steers, 1,000 lbs. 25 Chlooe Whit ef a ced yearling steers, 650 to 675 lbs. • yearun « 40 Mixed steers, 550 .to 600 Ibs. Give us a ring for an estimate on your livestock. Call either Jim or Ron. DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION DUNLAP, IOWA JIM SCHABEN, OWNER AND MANAGER • . 40-272-ttc Seeds & Feeds 34 FEED RATH ANIMAL PRO- tein feed. The balanced feed for greater profits. Carroll Hatchery. 34-267-6tc Livestock For Sale 41 1 SOW WITH 7 PIGS. HAROLD Reiman. 41-272-ltc PUREBRED BOARS: HAMP- shire and Poland China, top quality with excellent cut-out records. Harold and Charles Curtis, K mile West of Churdan. Ph. 685-3488. Guaranteed and delivered. 41-261-tfc VAIL AREA Improved 160 acres, good bldgs., terms. Unimproved 80, priced to sell. Improved 200 A., stock farm, excellent terms. Well improved 150 A., dairy farm. Unimproved 160 A., contract. Unimproved 120 A., low cost. R. E. WALSH VAIL, IOWA Phone 677-2449 67-272-ltc Pets 46 FREE PUPPY. PH. 3834. 46-272-ltc 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. 47-270-3tc For Sale 55 98" FLOOR SAMPLE SOFA, 4 cushions with bolsters in Olive and green Matelasse cover. Slightly damaged. $200.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-270-3tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc ENGLISH SHEPHERD PUPS. Ralph Niehaus, 1% miles East, Arcadia. 55-271-2tp 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 For Rent 57 TRAILER SPACE, WEST Lawn Trailer Court. Ph. 3673. 57-270-3tc Houses For Sale 63 HAVE WIDE SELECTION listings on two, three, four bedroom homes. Call 4295. Comes Real Estate. 63-272-2tc BUY OF THE WEEK Just listed a two year old three bedroom ranch, AU elec. kitchen with island divider (on front of home). Carpeted throughout. Walkout type basement with finished 4th bedroom, rec. room, built-in confection) bar plus V4 bath and utility room. Attached extra large 2-car garage. Owner being transferred and has priced this excellent home way under today's market value. Price Includes all drapes, curtains, etc. JOHN GNAM REAL ESTATE PHONE 3815 63-271-2tc 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH garage in Glidden. Ph. 6593015. 63-268-5tc Houses For Rent 64 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. • 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 how! 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 Houses For Rent 64 BEDROOMS, CARPETED, full basement and garage. Ph. 64-270-3tc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 1 BEDROOM APT. HEAT AND water furnished. Ph. 2554 or 2547 - 65-272-2tc 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc — — — — •»- •— ' -~ «^ i* M fc-gi^-w^^^ Farms For Sale 67 240 ACRES Audubon County (Melvill* Township) All tillable, highly producive, entire farm limed last year. A. A. MURRAY AUDUBON, IOWA 67-271-5tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 SHARP, 1954 FORD, 2 DR. Chrome wheels, engine overhauled, nice interior, new paint. Call 792-3704, after 6:00 p.m. 71-272-3tp 1967 RAMBLER REBEL 770, 4 dr. sedan, V-8, with power; 700 miles on this one. Save a lot here. McCarville and Son. 71-272-ltc 1961 CHEVY BEL AIR, 4 DR. 6 cyl, a nice one. $650. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-272-ltc DODGE FEVER IS CATCH- ing, isn't it time you caught it? 1965 Ford LTD, 4 dr. H'tp, V-8, automatic, power steering and brakes. 20,000 actual miles. Local 1 owner 1968 Dodge trade-in. Just arrived. 1964 Chevy Bel Air, 4 dr., V-8, automatic, good rubber, immaculate throughout. Another 1968 Dodge trade-in. Wittrock Motors. 71-270-tfc **»"«»^'»'»*»^l - VXV»^»»»»%*»»W.^WV»XXN/ Auto Accessories 72 NOW AT We Now Have Milk In Qts., V 2 Gals. & Gals. Fresh From The Dairy • ELECTRIC CLOCKS • CAMERAS • FILM • GIFTS Available At ROY'S SERVICE Roy Huegerich, Prop. 603 N. West 72.270-ltc- 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 Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed •nd Auction Sales AH types of auctions will be run n this Auction Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of your sale in our office. Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Farmers Sale Co. — Sale Every Saturday. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER M— 12:30, Norbert NeppI, Arcadia, com Plate closing out farm sale. Powers and Rupiper, Auctioneers. im«s Htnld, Carroll, It. ft Saturday, Nov. 18, 1967 * • Pound (Continued From Page 1) eludes increased taxes, strict enforcement of existing wage and income controls and additional restraints on installment credit. The government rebate now given exporters of certain products will be dropped, the embas- iy said, because the lowered /alue of the pound should make British goods proportionately iheaper in terms of foreign currencies. The pound was last devalued in 1949, going from $4.03 to $2.80, in the depth of a postwar iconomic crisis. The first foreign reaction Saturday night came from Stockholm where the Swedish National Bank said it will not follow Britain by devaluating the Swedish crown. One pound from now on equals 12.4157 Swedish irowns. A British government statement said steps will be taken to protect the nation's poor from hardship resulting from the devaluation. This island kingdom imports much of its food and most of the raw materials used by its factories, and the price of these imports will go up by the same percentage as the devaluation — roughly 14.3 per cent. Export prices should go down by the same amount. The devaluation obviously was part of a package worked out by international bankers in the past week of hectic negotiations. The government also announced a formal application to the International Monetary Fund for an immediate credit of $1.4 billion and said it has been "assured that this application will receive prompt and sympathetic consideration." The present crisis blew up early this month when it became clear that Britain would end 1967 in a balance-of-payments deficit for the sixth year in a row. With austerity measures already biting hard but not building up reserves, it became equally clear to foreigners that the British government could not tighten the nation's belt any more. Devaluation seemed the only course left, and both foreigners and British businecitmen began dumping ther pound* for more stable foreign currency. The genesis of the crisis couk be traced back for years or even generations — back to the point in the 19th century where Britain began to lose its lead in the industrial revolution, or where British capitalists favored overseas investment to building up home industry. But the latest downward swing began in 1964. The boom- and-bust cycles forced on the nation to preserve the pound had swung into one last boom. The Conservatives had .gambled on industrial expansion no matter what the cost to the balance of payments. During the election, Harold Wilson warned of huge deficits. Tories accused him of causing a panic. Book Awards to Go to 122 4-H Members One hundred twenty-two boys and girls, members of 44 boys' 4-H clubs in Carroll d<b u n t y, will receive awards . Jor blue ribbon record books, W: R. Milender, Carroll County Extension associate, announced Saturday. The awards will be among those to be p r e s e n't e d to members of both b«fys' and girls' clubs at the annual 4-H awards night Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Carrell High School auditorium. ,; Boys' program record book winners are Larry Bogs, Clyde Neumayer, John Schelle, Tim "nyder, Jim Venner, IVfike Ausman, Jean A u s m a!n, Matt Bauer, David Imming, Allen udenz, Mark Pude'Siz, Tom 'udenz, Patty Soyer, Mike Soy- ir, Mark Sporleder, £ornie Topp, Darrell Bass, DQng Bass, Jerry Bass, Joel Bolgef, Mark Sower, Ronnie Bowman, Glen Davis, Fred George, Eddie Colay, Kenny Golay, Jerry Kult, John ;ftnit, Tom uit, Mark Liicht, \Terry Mc- onnell, Richard Schumacher, Randy Shirbroun, Camille Shir- jroun, Christine Smi-th, Jim Heithoff, Raymond Meiners, Dale Sporrer, Bftj Eischeid, Terry Eischeid, ftp n a 1 d Sausman, Sheryl -H a ^s m a n, Donna Rone, Tom/ Rohe, George Collison, Cathy Gregory, Jimmy Herman§6n, Jeff Drees, Vernon Hansen>( Lonnie Jensen, Dan Lorenso|, Dean Lorenson, Lynn Maip:, Dale Rohe, David Rohe, Do^i Rohe, Curtis Struve, K ev in? Struve, Rhonda Struve, -:; Richard BeHinghaus^h, Jerome Koester, Bill Schiad, Lois Wittry, David Bromertj Steve Nees, Mike Best, Nejl Bock, Ralph Bock, Mark Coaler, Bill Kautsky, David KautslsJ?, Johnny Pederson, Reggie R^hrbeck, Dale Schon, Gary Schoh, Jim Schon, Bill Van Hor4 kwin Behrens, Norman .B e h)r ens, Donnie Dentlinger, Lefgy Dentlinger, Dave Eich, Pat;.Eischeid, Rick E i s c h e i % Donnie Haverman, Gary HaVerman, Jeff Renze, Tim Renze, Jeanine Rupiper, Lorelei Rupiper, Ricky Rupiper, Duane Behrens, Clem Behrens, Kenneth Behrens, r- Gene Ferneding, James Per- neding, Mike FemedingV Wayne Langel, Steve Riesenberg, Ann Weiskirscher, Karen- #hderson, David Becker, Larry "Becker, David Clausen, Neil-'-Graber, Donnie Huisenga, Jiilie ^Huisenga, Peggie Huisenga, Vicki Huisenga, Phyllis Hundling, Donna von Glan, Lerpy von Glan, Paul Weber; Arthur Halbur, Jim Halbur, Joe/Halbur, Mike Halbur, Roger 'AT Halbur, Morris Heithoff, Myron Heithoff and Vernon Ventejqher. Rev. Elliott Heads Ministerial Assn. (Times Herald Newi Service) LAKE CITY - The Rev. Harry Elliott, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, has been elected president of the Lake City Ministerial Assn. The Rev. Russell Stark, minister of the Presbyterian Church, is vice president; and the Rev. Donald Roberts, Methodist, is secretary-treasurer. The annual union Thanksgiving service will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, at the Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Mr. Roberts delivering the sermon. Mrs. Walter Green left Tuesday to spend the winter at Pinellas Park, Fla. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Largo, Fla., formerly of Lake City, who have been visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burley also plan to spend the winter at Pinellas Park. GOOD FARMS 200 ACRES near Laurens and Ayrshire. Rich black loam soil. Bldgs. include home, barn, crib, etc. Price $540 per acre. Possession. 160 ACRES near Storm Lake. Some of the finest land in Iowa. Extensive cattle feeding setup. Price $625 on contract with $24,000 to handle. George L. Mallory MALLORY REALTY CO. Farmers Bank Bldg., Spencer, Iowa 262-1743 67-268-ltc Schroeders Mqye to Anaheim, Calif. '•C Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sohroeder of Des Mqines, formef. Carroll area residents, have left to make their home in Anaheim, Calif., where Mr. Sehroeder will begin work Monday with American Aviation, In<#:He is a son of Mrs. John Schroeder of Arcadia, and Mrs. Schroder is the former Roberta .Harriott, daughter of Mrs. Wayge Harriott of Carroll. ; ; ;,v Mr. Schroeder gradiiited Friday morning from Unit^l Electronics School in We"'s:t Des Moines. Accompanied ?<by his mother, they went Friday to Amarillo, Tex., for a ,bsef visit with his sister, and ; 'ie~ff? Saturday morning for Norwalk, Calif. They plan to visit id's, brother- in-law and sisiter,, Mr/&nd Mrs. Stanley Chormiclfej 'afc'lforwalk until securing housing'-in Anaheim. ( ;'.' ^f;^; Mrs. Harriott" and? ^ j >' Howard and Mrs. Jphn''Scliiroeder attended the . graduation"- exercises in West Des Jjoines. Mrs. Schroeder $ la n sV:to remain in Amarillp, fpr .Conger visit with her daughter^ Howard Harriott, who,;, attends art school in Omaha, js spending the weekend here ' wiM' h i s mother. HOME ON LEAVg H (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING - 1st Lt. ^atrick J. Kasperbauer is spending a ten-day leave with his Barents, Mr. and Mrs. John.Kaspjjr'bauer in Manning Lt. Kasperbatjer recently returned from a l^month tour of military duty inj^South Vietnam, where he servijii as a forward ground observ^fj battalion signal officer andVjaerial artillery observer with Qle 3rd Brigade, 25th Division-'^nd the 3rd Brigade, 4th Divishjh. His next assignment will be$rt Ft. Monmouth, N.J., where <foe will be attending the signal officers career course. \

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