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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heuton 3-273-ltp FIDELITY TREND FUND is a mutual fund emphasizing capital growth possibilities by interpretation of market and economic trends. Free Prospectus — Booklets available from your investment dealer. R. G. Dickinson & Co. Savings & Loan Bldg. 792-4309 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 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 Russell Shulz, 49, of Hampton, whose car rammed into the side of a Chicago and Northwestern Railway freight engine at a Hampton crossing, and Ronald Kimmerle, 18, of Independence, whose car hit a bridge abutment near Hazleton. Kevin Wilson, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Wilson of Cedar Rapids, was killed while crossing a road near his home Sunday night. Authorities said he was hit by one car, then thrown into the path of another vehicle, which also hit him. The Iowa Highway Patrol reported the following deaths on Saturday: David L. Morris, 12, Indianola, when the tractor he was driving fell into a deep ravine along a county road southwest of New Hatcheries 32 BLITZ THOSE RATS WITH "Blitz-Rat Bait." Unconditionally guaranteed. Carroll Hatchery. 32-273-6tc Carroll, Iowa Seeds & Feeds 34 1962 FORD GALAXIE 500, 4 dr. sedan, a local one owner. Real sharp, in like new condition inside and out. Belonged to Paul Handlos, manager of Elk's Club here in Carroll. Car has only 40,000 miles, with full power and new rubber. Be sure to see this beauty. McCarville and Son. 71-273-ltc Virginia. John D. Johnson, 52, and wife Gloria, in her 40s, of Cedar Rapids, when their car apparently skidded on a curve on Iowa 64 and was hit broadside by another auto. Dennis Stanley, 22, Forest FEED RATH ANIMAL PRO- tein feed. It's balanced to increase the feed efficiency and pours more profit into your pocket. Carroll Hatchery. 34-273-6tc Livestock For Sale 41 1966 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE, 4 dr. fuU power. $2595. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-273-ltc ll-261-lto 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 Instruction 13 350 FEEDER PIGS, 9 WEEKS old, vaccinated and castrated. Steve Loew, Maple River. 41-273-2tc 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 LADIES SILVER BULOVA watch. Ph. 2879 or 4882. Reward. 7-272-3tc Business Services 14 FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-289-ltc Good Things To Eat 18 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 PUREBRED 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 DODGE FEVER IS CATCH- ing, isn't it tune 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 City, when his car ran off U.S. 69 north of its junction with Iowa 9. Curt Robe, 22, New Hampton, and Beverly Munson, 16, rural Lawler, when the car in which they were riding hit a bridge railing on a county road northeast of New Hampton. Killed in Friday night accidents were: Motors. Auto Service 71-270-tfc 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 Mary Focht, 12, of rural Villisca, who authorities said died when her father, Thomas, swerved the car to miss a deer on a county road southeast of Stanton, and the auto crashed into a ditch. Bert Hamilton, 61, Columbus Junction, fatally injured when his car ran off Iowa 92 west of Columbus Junction. In addition, Victoria Cleveland, 19, of St. Paul Minn., died in a Mason City hospital Friday night from injuries suffered Nov. 11 in a two-car crash south Hughes Sees No Need to Call an Extra Session DES MOINES (AP) - Gov. Harold Hughes said Monday he would be "foolish" to close the door to a special legislative session to iron out Iowa's controversial new tax law. But he said he still had no plans to call one and could not say what factors would prompt him to bring the lawmakers to the capital. Hughes told a news conference he might be influenced if the three per cent state service tax on new construction produced too much money. However, a Tax Commission ruling that the service tax applies to new construction, as well as repairs, has not been implemented, and a variety of factors make it doubtful that the ruling ever will take effect. Hughes said it would take a full year to determine whether the tax was to blame for a reduction in new construction around the state. More likely, he said, the refusal of Congress to enact the 10 per cent income surtax would result in a tight money-inflationary trend which could put the squeeze on construction. Hughes said he had no report on the state's revenue situation for the first quarter of the new fiscal year, but expected to receive one from State Comptroller Marvin Selden by week's end. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 20, 1967 * Devaluation (Continued From Page 1) The government hopes this will turn manufacturers to the export market so that Britain's balance of payments will move toward the black again. Wilson's Conservative opposition reacted as expected. Tory leader Edward Heath charged that under Labor leadership Britain had been "reduced from a prosperous nation to an international pauper." Conservatives spread word that they expected the entire government to resign and call new elections, but Wilson's Cabinet had been unanimous on devaluation and showed no sign of breaking up. An emergency debate on the crisis is scheduled in Parliament Tuesday and Wednesday. The Conservatives no doubt will introduce a motion of censure, but with a nominal majority of nearly 100 votes, Wilson has no chance of being driven from office. The devaluation was accompanied by a boost of the Bank of Senate Set to End Work on Social Security WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate appears ready to wrap up before Thanksgiving its work on one of the most sweeping Social Security bills ever considered by Congress. Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield has set early opening schedules for the next two days and obtained a strict limitation on debate on all remaining amendments. This is expected to bring final passage of the legislation on Wednesday. The final form of the measure then will be determined in a conference between the Senate and House, which passed the bill last August. In three days of debate last week, the bill's managers succeeded in maintaining it in nearly the form in which it won Senate Finance Committee approval. Many more amendments remain to be acted on. The biggest test is expected on a Republican move to substitute the House bill for the version of Northwood which three other lives. claimed The governor indicated he was working on candidates for director of the State Revenue Department "one by one," but had nothing to report on an acceptance of the new position. The 1967 legislature created the department to replace the State Tax Commission and other revenue collecting agencies effective Jan. 1, 1968. Hughes said he was was taking a long Thanksgiving weekend and had no travel plans other than a possible quail or pheasant hunting trip. Livestock Wanted 43 SOW WITH Ph. 9528. PIGS AT SIDE. 43-273-2tc For Sale 55 BABY BED, 26X40, ph. 4606. 55-273-ltc Male-Female Help 23 FOR SALE, TURKEYS, LIVE or dressed. Marvin Stevens, 101 R, Templeton. 18-271-3tc HOUSEKEPER FOR CONVA- lesing lady, Breda. Call 7923111 Carroll, or Breda 6732881. 23-272-3tc LADY FOR SECRETARIAL and selling work. Apply Inter- State Electric Supply. 23-271-2tc 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 SMALL OLDER STYLE dresser with mirror. Good condition. $15.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-273-2tc SUPER STUFF, SURE NUFF! That's Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-273-5tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc Situation Wanted 24 WANTED; BABYSITTING IN my home. Call after 4:30 p.m. Phone 9574. 24-273-2tc Houses For Sale 63 FOR SALE: NICE TWO BED- room home, south side, Carroll. Completely remodeled, carpeted. For sale on G.I. loan with no money down, about $65 per month including taxes. Phone 9560 to see it. 63-273-3tc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed i 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. CarroU, Iowa. SATURDAY— Farmers Sale Co. — Sale Every Saturday. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, complete closing out farm sale. Powers and Rupiper, Auctioneers. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28— 12:30, Mrs. 'Gene Osborne. complete closing out farm sale. Halbur. Rupiper and Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Everett Dennis; closing out f am •'• sale. 3 ] /fc miles North of COOB Rapids, on black top. lOVz miles South of Glidden on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4Vi miles South of Templeton; or 9 mUes North of Audubon on Hi-way 71. Meryl and Dave JCerkhoff, 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 & Wieland, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12— Food (Continued From Page 1) trator of the Agriculture Department's Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service predicts some strengthening of U.S. wheat prices in the near future. He said the department is confident that despite the large world crop, this country will reach its goal of exporting 750 million bushels of the grain from the 1967-crop supply. New Members Inducted by CDA England's discount rate, which woi sets the pattern of interest rates el. in the sterling bloc, from 6% to 8 per cent. This prompted the U.S. Federal Reserve Board to increase its discount rate from 4 to 4Mj per cent in an effort to keep U.S. dollars from going abroad to get higher interest rates. President Johnson tried to stop any notion that the United States would devalue the dollar. He reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to buy and sell gold at the existing price of $35 an ounce. Only by raising the price could he devalue the dollar. French Finance Minister Michel Debre said the devaluation had not changed France's position on the British effort to enter the Common Market. The French have been blocking that at every turn. President Charles de Gaulle especially resents the pound's role as an international reserve currency. The effect of devaluation on Britain's bid was to be discussed today in a Common Market conference in Brussels. worked out by the finance pan- In passing on this, the Senate will determine whether it wants to go along with a much larger benefit increase and also much higher taxes that the committee wrote into the legislation. The committee's bill would assure all persons now on the benefit rolls at least a 15 per cent increase with a 59 per cent hike for those at the bottom of the scale. The minimum payment would be raised from the present $44 a month to $70. The House voted for a boost of at least 12% per cent in benefits and a $50 minimum. On the tax side, the big difference between the two versions is in the eventual wage 'base on which the payroll levies would be paid. The House voted to boost the base to $7,600 a year from the present $6,600. The Senate Finance Committee plan would raise the base to $8,000 next year and eventually to $10,800 in 1972. HAVE WIDE SELECTION listings on two, three, four bedroom homes. Call 4295. Comes Real Estate. 63-272-2tc SPECIAL CATTLE SALE KIMBALLTON AUCTION CO. KIMBALLTON, IOWA Estimating 1,200 to 1,500 Head Wed. Evening, Nov. 22 Starting Promptly 7.;30 P. M. Early listings: 102 Choice Angus steer calves, out of North Dakota, 400 to 425 Ibs. 78 Choice Hereford and Angus crossbred steer and heifer calves, 375 to 400 Ibs. These are a local man's calves out of a reputation set of Western cows. 83 Choice Whitefaced and Angus steer calves, out of Canada. 26 Mixed steers, out of Canada, 550 Ibs. 149 Good to choice mixed steers, 650 to 800 Ibs. These will be sorted. 70 Choice Whitefaced steers, 675 to 700 Ibs. Acclimated Westerns. 38 Choice Whitefaced steer calves, Acclimated Westerns, 700 Ibs. 168 Choice Whitefaced steer calves, Acclimated Westerns, 675 to 775 Ibs. 166 Choice Whitefaced yearling heifers out of Wyoming, these are'all carrying one brand and are a reputation set of cattle. 40 Holstein steers, 800 Ibs. 32 Holstein steers, 700 Ibs. These are early listings only. There will be 600 to 700 cattle in addition consigned by sale date. We will have the usual fun of 400 to 500 hogs. For more information, on the upcoming sales, be sure to give us a call. KIMBALLTON AUCTION CO. KIMBALLTON 773-3203 Marvin Jorgenson, Dial Exira 268-5428 40-273-ltc APPLE WOOD KNOLLS Has received statewide recognition for its well planned and advanced ideas. Lots now available. B1ERL DEVELOPMENT Ph. 4318 63-273-lto :00 P. M. Henry Kasperbauer, 2V 2 miles'4'North ,of Arcadia. Corn- sale. Auc- plate .closing out farm Albrebht' arid Bielenberg, tloneers. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14— 12-30, Alphonse Neppl. 2 Miles East and ZVz • 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. • Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) 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. HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 FURNISHED APT. GROUND floor, northside. Ph. 9607. 65-273-tfc 1 BEDROOM APT. HEAT AND water furnished. Ph. 2554 or 2547. 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc Farms For Sale 240 ACRES Audubon County (Melvill* ,: Township) All' tillable, highly producive, entire farm limed last year. A. A. MURRAY AUDUBON, IOWA defenses prevented them from assessing bomb damage, but they reported "good target coverage" at the concrete plant and said at least two strings of 750-pound bombs fell across the boat yard. The losses of two Air Force F105 Thunderchiefs and two Navy F4 Phantoms brought to 749 the number of acknowledged U.S. combat losses over the North. The four planes carried six crewmen, all of whom are missing. North Vietnam claimed 17 American planes were shot down Sunday and several pilots captured. From carriers in the Tonkin Gulf, Navy pilots struck railroad facilities in and around the key port of Haiphong. South of Saigon, in the Mekong Delta, the U. S. Command reported two U. S. gunship helicopters mistakenly fired on friendly troops, killing or wounding 40 South Vietnamese soldiers and four American advisers. The command gave no further breakdown of the casualties. A U. S. Air Force F100 Super Sabre jet was shot down in the 67-27i-5tp delta and the pilot was killed. Weekend Guests at Wollesen Home (Time* Herald News Service) WALL LAKE -Weekend guests in the Harold Wollesen home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peters, Lori and Jeff of Sioux City. Mrs. Ed Bohms of Lake View was an additional Sunday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Lor en Albrecht and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Albrecht spent Sunday in the Luther Suckow home at Norwalk. They were all guests of Loren Al- brechit at dinner in the Cloud Room. Mrs. Kermit R e i t e r entertained at a coffee Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Lester Rohde on her birthday. Additional guests were Mrs. Harvey Reiter, Mrs. Duane Rohde, Mrs. Ken Bundt, Mrs. Ardel Bruns and Mrs. Francis Blum. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nesset and Jane and Mark Stimson of Vermillion, S.D., were weekend guests in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stimson and Mrs. B e r n i c e Beck. Other dinner guests Sunday in the Stimson home were Pat Coons, Danny Lawler, Grant Stimson, Mrs. Max Squires, Scott and Ann of Glidden, and Susan Squires of Omaha. (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Court Our Lady of Fatima No. 1492, Catholic Daughters of America, received new members at the November meeting. Grand Regent Florence Bock and District Deputy Marian Leran of Earling inducted the members into the court. Mrs. Elizabeth Long, Manilla, was reinstated. New members are Leona Stein, Mary Gruhn, Linda Knueven, Marion Long and Clara Stoberl, all of Manning. In the business session, Mrs. Clara Kasperbauer reported on the bingo party held at the Manning Plaza Oct. 27. Another is schedulel for Dec. 1. The December meeting will be preceded by a potluck supper, and initiation of new members will be held. A silent auction will be the feature of the evening. Other guests at the meeting and potluck preceding it were Mrs. Teresa Langenfeld, Earling; Rose Fangmati, Elaine Lechtenberg, Claudia Knueven and Imelda Langel of Templeton. I m e 1 d a Langenfeld received the door prize. Thirtyfour were present. Minnie Jensen was hostess to the ND Club Tuesday afternoon when the club finished its year's play. Ella Schade won high for the year and is the club's new president; Mary Steen ranked second. The losers for the year will entertain the winners at a party in two weeks, Nov. 28, with Minnie Jensen as chairman of party arrangements. Minnie > Rev. Anthof er (Continued From Page 1) Hagedorn won high at cards for the day; Sally Heithoff, 65-272-2tc 67 Post Office to Be Closed Thursday The post office here will be closed all day, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 23. No window Service will be provided and there will be no deliveries of mail by the city or rural carriers. Regular holiday lockbox service will be provided and there will be deliveries of special delivery mail. Holiday schedules for the collection, receipt and dispatch of mail will be observed, according to B. G. Tranter, postmaster. second; and Mary Steen, traveling. Delores Ramsey was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engelmann and Anita of Denison; Mrs. Laura Joens, Manilla and Mrs. Emma Ranniger were guests Sunday in the Gilmore Joens home in Moville at a dinner honoring the Joens' son, Roland, who was spending a furlough with his parents. at 3 p.m. by the Legion of Mary, at 8 p.m. by members of St. Lawrence Parish, and at 8:30 p.m. by Charles Carroll Council, Knights of Columbus. The body will be taken at 3 p.m. Tuesday to St. Joseph's Church, Dedham, and rosaries will be recited there at 3 and 8 p.m. Fourth Degree Assembly, Knights of Columbus, will stand honor guard from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and again during the mass Wednesday morning. Fr. Anthofer was born Feb. 12, 1883, at Oberberg, Bavaria, Germany, and came to t h e United States at the age of 16, settling near Willey. His mother and two sisters joined him later. After spending his young manhood here, he attended St. Lawrence College at Fond du Lac, Wis., for seven years, and then the university at Innsbruck, Austria, for three years. He was ordained there to the priesthood July 26, 1914. He returned to Dedham to celebrate his first mass, and his first assignment was as assistant pastor at Emmetsburg, where he served a year before moving to Alton. His first pastorate was at St. Boniface, Charter Oak. In 1927 he was assigned to Holy Angels, Parish, Roselle, where he served until 1946. His next assignment was Sacred Heart Hospital, LeMars, To Winter in California (Times Herald News Service) CARNARVON — Mrs. Fere Obman of here entertained a group of ladies in their home. Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ferda Garrels who leaves for California for the winter Thursday afternoon. .... Guests in the Mrs. L u c i 11 e Mohr home here Sunday were. Mrs. Dennis Eaton and sons of Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brotherson and daughter of; Perry, Mr. Jerry Mohr of Fort • Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Boeckman and family were dinner guests in the Jim Schreck home in Harlan Sunday, the occasion being the baptism of the Schrecks' new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fredrichs and daughters of here attended the funeral of Mrs. Fredriehs' grandmother at Ida Grove Friday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Olerich spent Wednesday in Des Moines. Mrs. Roland Thorpe spent Friday with Mrs. Denzel Thorpe of Storm Lake who underwent surgery Wednesday at the hospital there. TONSILLECTOMY CARNARVON - Miss Karen Mohr of here spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the hospital in Manning where she had a tonsillectomy. She is recovering at home. Carroll Riflemen Decision Dodgers The Carroll rifle team remained undefeated with a one point decision over Fort Dodge (Reds), 1499 to 1498 in a weekend match. The Carroll sharpshooters were paced by Bob Sterns with 384. Don Jones had 381, Melvin Eischeid 369 and Ted Meiners 365. Dennis Bistline and Vic Meiners rounded out the Carroll team. Fort Dodge scoring was led by Chapman and Pierce with 378 each while Shelby had 375 and Stromberg 367. where he was chaplain until 1947, when he was sent to Kingsley. In 1950 he was given the post at St. Mary's Lake City, and he was there until 1956, when he retired because of illness. Since then he and his sister, Theresa Anthofer, have made their home at 502 W. 16th St., Carroll. He celebrated his silver jubilee in 1939 at Holy Angels Church, Roselle, and his golden jubilee in 1964 at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham. He traveled in Europe extensively, and had audiences with three of the late popes in Rome, sister, Survivors Theresa; include his a brother, George, in Munich, Germany; a niece, Mrs. Isabelle Weaver of Denver, whom Fr. Anthofer and his sister raised; a niece, Sr. Mary Agnella of Norway, Iowa, and many nieces and nephews in this community. He was a member of the Charles Carroll Council, Knights of Columbus, and the Fourth Degree Assembly of the order. Rotarians Note Education Week (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Rotarians met foi dinner at the grade school cafe- torium on Tuesday in a belated observance of National Education Week. Eugene Schatz, a member of the board of education, and Wayne Curlile, elemen- 1 tary principal, were guests of the club. Supt. Robert Melick was in charge of the program, showing a film "How Good Are Your Schools" and giving statistical information on the local . school. .. Emma Dietz was hostessto the NB Club on Wednesday, Nov.15, : Emma Bartels won high at cards; Anne Struve, 2nd. The " hostess served refreshments. Emma Ranniger was hostess to the Friendship Club on Wed!-1 nesday. Lillian Mohr won high ; at cards; Lisetta Derner 2nd; I Hilda Nissen, 3rd; and Ella ; Rowedder, high bid. Mrs. W. D. Felker entertained t the Little Flower Club Wednes- ^ day evening. Srs. Roschan and Melanie of Carroll were guests ~ at the meeting, and Sr. Roschan ;; led the Bible discussion. Other ", guests included Mrs. Clarus " Heithoff, Mrs. Gilbert Phillips • and Mrs. Helen Rogers.
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