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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Up All CARD OF THANKS to 20 words $2 00 over 20 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch $1 go 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 through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cents Six days, per word 36 cent* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our very good neighbors, friends and relatives who combined our beans and picked our corn. Also to the ladies who prepared the dinner. Our sincere thanks. The Joe Espenhover Family 3-275-ltp CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all for visits, cards, flowers, spiritual bouquets, and other acts of kindness. I also want to thank the priests, sisters and nurses during my stay at St. Anthony's Hospital. Steve Venner 3-275-ltp CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the doctors, sisters, and nurses of Manning General and St. Anthony's Hospital for their care. To Father's Zywicki, Sulkowski and Vasti for prayers. Also to all for cards and visits during our hospitalization. Special thanks to the Ohde and Twit ambulance services. Joe and Steven Espenhover 3-275-ltp CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Father Sulkowski, doctors, sisters and entire hospital staff, also friends, relatives and neighbors for all the loving hands have done while I was a patient at St. Anthony's Hospital. Alphonse Tigges 3-275-ltp CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks for the undivided care and attention that St. Anthony's Hospital and all members of the staff bestowed upon us during our recent illness. A specia thank you to the Drs., to Father Sulkowski for his daily bless ings and to Pastor Heinicke and Pastor Kieck for their sacraments, visits and words of en couragement. We are deeply grateful to our family, neighbors and friends for their many acts of kindness, the flowers, cards visits and prayers. Melvin and Opal Jons 3-275-ltp THE BORN LOSER oo iT-A TO VACUUM AHPWA-SH MARRIED , HARRY r-MlPlT TAKFA^TAMD/LEf'ER KWOW YOU'RE By ART SANSOM CHICKEN/ Houses For Sale 63 SMALL TWO BEDROOM home, northside, good condition. Contract available to reliable party. Estate. Thelen Real 63-275-4tc Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to all the friends, relatives and neighbors who helped during the loss of our beloved husband and father. Also to the American Red Cross for helping Bill get home. Mrs. James Brown and Family 3-275-ltp Announcements Male-Female Help 23 P B X OPERATOR, FRIDAY and Saturday, hrs.. 11 to 7. Apply Personnel Office, St. Anthony Hospital. 23-275-3tc Situation Wanted 24 IRONINGS WANTED. PH. 9926. 24-274-3tc Hatcheries 32 CHARLEY'S PLACE WILL BE open all day Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. 6-275-ltc HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas :ards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfc Lost PARTY WAS SEEN TAKING coats from green Chevy. Please return to Telephone Office, no questions asked. 7-275-ltp Business Services 14 HEATING: FORCED AIR, HOT water, air-conditioning, and unit heaters. Gutter and gutter repair. Scheck's Plumbing and Heating. Ph. 792-3868. 14-98-ltc FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-289-ltc Male-Female Help 23 FARM OPERATOR WANTED, who is experienced in cattle, • hogs and corn growing. Ph. 673-2548 after 8 p.m. for personal interview appointment. 23-275-3tc IMMEDIATE PERMANENT opportunity for secretary-receptionist. Top salary, fringe benefits, 5-day week, experience desirable. Only the best need apply. Inquiries confidential. Write Box E, Times Herald. 23-274-3tc BLITZ THOSE RATS WITH "Blitz-Rat Bait." Unconditionally guaranteed. Carroll Hatchery. 32-273-6tc _ ^%XXX>^X^X^^^-iM«^^N^H^N^-N^^^>^S^S^^^\^<^^Vr* Farm Machinery 33 SCHULTZCORNSTALK shredder to mount on New Holland baler, 268 or 269, like new. Leonard HaiSur, Ph. 9066. 33-274-2tc For Sale 55 C 0 L E M A N GAS HEATER, complete. 70,000 BTU, used 2 seasons. Call 683-3293. 55-275-3tc GARAGE SALE November 24 and 25. Clothing,. tools, bedroom suite, refrigerator, toys, etc. PAUL BRAHAM 601 East 12th — Carroll, Iowa 55-274-2tp SUPER STUFF, SURE NUFF! That's Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-273-5tc For Sale 55 PIANO IN STORAGE Beaullful spinet-console stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take at big savings on low payment balance. Write: JOPLIN PIANO CO. Joplin, Missouri 64801 55-275-3tp For Rent or Sale 59 HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY New four bedroom, possible 5. Carpeted. Kitchen with large dining area. Two baths. Walkout family room in basement. Double garage. Choice South Side location. COMES REAL ESTATE Times Herald, Carroll, !a. Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967 • Hill 875 (Continued From Page 1) "You can keep gunning them down, but sooner or later when there is enough of them they'll get to you," said Pfc. James Kelly of Fort Myers, Fla., who go PHONE 4295 63-274-2tc Houses For Rent 64 Iowa Girls 9 Champ Steer Brings $17,050 CHICAGO (AP) - Judges 3\ the International Live Stock Exposition picked a 17-year-old Indiana boy's entry for grand champion barrow hog Tuesday and two Iowa girls collected more than $17,000 from the sale of their grand champion steer. Mark Love of Hartford City, Ind., a bespectacled, S-foot-2 Mr. Hippie, a 205-pound crossbred Hampshire-Chester White barrow that also was grand champion of the show's junior 6 MONTH OLD 3 BEDROOM home, carpeted. Ph. 4067. 59-274-2tc NEAR NEW 3 BEDROOM, southside, close to Holy Spirit Church. $90.00 per month. Immediate possession. Write Box M, Times Herald. 64-274-6tp Houses For Sale 63 CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 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 50 HEAD OF FEEDER PIGS, 8 weeks old. Phone Halbur, 2418. 41-274-2tc PUREBRED BOARS: HAMP- shire and Poland China, top quality with excellent cut-out records. Harold and Charles Curtis, V2 mile West of Churdan. Ph. 685-3488. Guaranteed and delivered. 41-261-tfc Building Material 47 ENJOY COMPLETE HOME comfort. Have Johns-Manville insulation blown in your home. See Merlin Nair. Easy terms. Phone 683-3541, 7924274, or 659-3891. 49-256-3tc Wanted To Buy 53 GOOD USED TRUMPET. PH. 2104. 53-275-3tc USED AIR-CONDITIONER, will pay $50.00. Phone Steve James, Burke Motor Inn. 53-275-3tp IF YOU ARE HUNTING MORE BUT ENJOYING IT LESS PERHAPS YOU SHOULD CHECK AT PETERS MOTORS! WE HAVE SHOTGUN BUYS THAT WON'T RIFLE YOUR POCKET BOOK. '65 PONTIAC Catalina 4- door sedan. This is a local one owner car. '64 PONTIAC Catalina 2- dr. hardtop. Local new , car trade-in. Excellent. '64 FORD Galaxie 500, 4- door sedan, V-8, Stick. Classy little number. '64 CHEVROLET % ton Fleetside. 6 cylinder. Complete motor overhaul. '63 CADILLAC DeVille, 4-dr. hardtop. Air, loaded. It's real clean. You will like this one. '67 CADILLAC 4-door DeVille. Loaded. 12,000 miles. Local new car trade-in. 38,000 miles of warranty left to go. 1967 BUICK Electra 4- door sedan, air cond. Another new car trade- in. This is Buick's finest automobile. '66 CORVAIR Cprsa 2- door hardtop with Turbo-Charger, 4 - speed. Looks and runs like new. Low miles. '66 CHEV. 2-door hardtop, Super Sport, V-8, 4-speed, low miles. Take a look at this one. '65 PONTIAC Catalina Convertible, V-8, AT. Complete new paint job. Real sharp. '65 CHEV. Bel Air, 4-door sed,an, .6. cylinder, Std. ' Trans. Low miles. One owner. Real economy. here. '64 BUICK Wildcat 4- door hardtop. Air Cond., P.S., P.B. Real sharp car. 1967 CADILLAC DeVille 4-door hardtop. Brass hat car. 10,000 actual miles. Here is real luxury and real savings. 1967 CHEV. Bel Air 4- door sedan, V-8, AT.. P.S., P.B. factory air, still in factory warranty. A new car trade. '66 PONTIAC Executive 4-door sedan. Local one owner. New car trade- in. '66 BUICK Wildcat. 4- door sedan. AT., P.S., P.B., air, positraction, perfect. Local new car trade-in. '66 PONTIAC Executive 4-door hardtop, V-8, AT., P.S., P.B., air cond. gold with black top. Looks like new and runs like new. '62 FORD Galaxie 500 4- door sedan, V-8, AT. A real good car. Come in and look over. Motor overhauled. ALL AUTOMOBILES ARE COMPLETELY WINTERIZED ON THE SPOT FINANCING WE'RE OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P.M. FRIDAY EVENINGS PETERS MOTORS PIANO SALE OUR 74TH ANNIVERSARY all pianos at special low rices, with wonderful intro- uctory discounts on beautiful Cawia console pianos, now set- ing sales records among Cali- ornia educators! Our birthday ift to you: sensational values, asy terms, no risk rental-pur- hase plans. Christinas. Buy now for JONES PIANO HOUSE AND HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS FORT DODGE, IOWA 55-265-ltc WALNUT, OLDER STYLE double dresser with matching chest on chest. Good condition. $35.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-275-ltc FRESH CUT IOWA GROWN CHRISTMAS TREES will be available again. They are still growing in >our plantation. CALL TO RESERVE ONE JIM STRAUTMAN 405 S. Walnut Dial 4233 55-275-3tc APPLEWOOD KNOLLS Call 4318 for Your Evening Appointments for Lot Sales or Information. BIERL DEVELOPMENT 63-275-ltc THREE BEDROOM RANCH. Carpeted throughout. Birch kitchen with electric built-ins. Full divinded basement, finished rec. room. $15,900. Can be bought on contract with small down and balance like rent. John Gnam Real Estate, NICE HOME ON SOUTHSIDE, with nice yard and garage. Reasonable to right party. Ph. 2992. 64-274-tfc 2 HOUSES FOR RENT: 113 E. 9th, 3 bedroom; 902 N. Main, 3 bedroom. Ph. 3508 between 9 and 5, weekdays. 64-274-tfc division. The reserve grand champion barrow award went to the University of Wisconsin on a 210- pound Hampshire named Flash. Earlier Tuesday, the exposition's grand champion steer, a 1,100-pound Aberdeen — Angus named Modern that was picked A FOUR BEDROOM RANCH. Garage, rec. room, $125 per month. John Gnam, Ph. 3815. 64-274-2tc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 Phone 3815. 63-275-ltc 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 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED apt. Ph. 3713. 65-274-3tc FURNISHED APT. GROUND floor, northside. Ph. 9607. 65-273-tfc 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc IF YOU EARN $500 PER month you can buy this lovely three bedroom New Orleans plan home on payments like rent, less than 10% down. It's beautifully carpeted, has attached garage, lots of pretty built in cabinets, and semi- finished basement room. Selling at F.H.A. apraised price, of $17,595.00. Can be bought on F.H.A., G.I. or conventional loan. Phone 9880 tonight or Thursday to see it. 63-275-ltc Farms For Sale 67 160 ACRE FARM FOR SALE on contract NE of Glidden, R. H. Van Horn, Broken, 1st National Bank, Glidden. 67-274-2tc 240 ACRES Audubon County (Melville Township) All tillable, highly producive, entire farm limed last year. saw the machine gunner down after killing about 17 North Vietnamese. D Company, hearing the roar of battle below it, returned to the crest of the hill and established a 50-yard perimeter "be- high school senior, carried off cause we figured we were sur- the show's top swine award with rounded by a regiment," one officer said. As the battalion was regrouping late in the afternoon for another crack at the bunker system, one of the American planes striking at the nearby enemy dropped a 500-pound bomb too soon. About 30 of the paratroopers were killed. "A foul play of war," said one survivor bitterly. From then until a reinforcing battalion arrived the following night, the paratroopers on the hill dug in desperately. Only one medic was able to work on the many wounded, and the enemy kept driving off the rescue helicopters. The relief battalion made it into the tiny perimeter on 875 Monday night. In the moonlight bodies of the dead lay spreadeagled across the ground. The wounded wim- pered. The survivors, hungry and thirsty, rushed up eagerly to get food and water, only to learn that the relief battalion had brought enough supplies for one day only and had already consumed them. Monday night was sleepless but uneventful. On Tuesday the North Vietnamese struck with renewed fury. From positions just 100 yards away, they pounded the American perimeter with 82mm mortars. The first rounds slapped in at daybreak, killing three paratroopers in a foxhole and wounding 17 others on the line. For the rest of the day, the Communists methodically worked over the hill, pumping rounds in five or six at time, giving new wounds to those who lay bleeding in the open and tearing through bunkers. The plop of the rounds as they left the enemy tubes gave the paratroopers a second or two to dash for cover. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNer: New 3 bedroom, 2 baths, recreation room, dining room, attached double car garage. Close to southside schools. Will consider trade or contract sale. Call 2522 after 6:30. 63-2744tc 229 No. Main BUICK — OLDS — PONTIAC Dial 792-4352 CADILLAC Carroll 275rltC DRAFTSMAN Rapid growing Northwest Iowa farm equipment manufacturing company, wants Draftsman, experienced preferred, but we will train. Responsibility includes: The detailing of mechanical product drawings. Fringe benefits: 40 hour week, profit sharing, group insurance, paid vacation, 7 paid holidays, sick leave. Contact: Dan L. Wayt Noble Manufacturing Co. Sac City, Iowa 50583 23-275-110 LETS TALK TURKEY! USED CAR COMPLETELY WINTERIZED AND READY TO GO '66 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 4-door, V-8, Powerglide, radio and heater. Blue. • 0 0' O • '66 FORD CUSTOM 500 4-door sedan, V-8. automatic, radio and heater. Blue. •000'66 FORD WAGON FAIRLANE 500, 4-door, 6-passenger, V-8, automatic, radio and heater, power steering, air conditioning. Blue. •ooo- '64 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-door sedan, V-8, Power- glide, radio and heater. White. •000'63 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-door sedan, 6-cylinder, standard transmission, radio and heater. Tan. • oo o- FOR THAT BETTER USED CAR IT PAYS TO SEE McCOY MOTORS 218 W. 6th Dial 2263 275-ltc A. A. MURRAY AUDUBON, IOWA 67-271-5tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 1964 CHEVY, BEL AIR, 4-DR., V-8, automatic, near new rubber, 1 owner 1968 Dodge fever trade-in. 1964 Ford Custom- Line 4-dr., V-8, automatic, factory air-conditioning, 45,000 actual miles. Immaculate inside and out. Wittrock Motors. 71-275-tfc 1965 CATALINA, H'TP, LOW miles and near new tires, $1,895. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-275-ltc 1961 FORD FAIRLANE, 4-DR. sedan, 1 owner, extra clean and low miles, priced to sell, try us and see. $495.00. Me- Carville and Son. 71-275-ltc 1962 CHEVROLET STATION wagon, near new tires, snow tires and battery, automatic, power steering, clean. $750.00. Dick Happe, Heires Electric Co. 71-275-2tc 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA, 2- dr. H'tp, V-8, with stick. Donald Reineke, Ph. 9031, Caiv 71-275-2tp **v^ 75 roll. Auto Service The foxholes got deeper as the 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 Every Saturday. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2212:30, 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. Ruplper and Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER <— Everett Dennis, closing out fara sale. 3>/2 mUes North of Cooa Rapids, on black top. 10V4 mile* South of Glidden on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank lOmper, complete closing out farm sale. 4Vi miles South of Templeton, or 9 miles North of Audubon on Hl-way 71. Meryl and Dav« Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. day wore on. Foxhole after foxhole took hits. A dog handler and his. German shepherd died together. Men joking with you and offering cigarettes writhed on the ground wounded and pleading for water minutes later. There was no water for anyone. The day's pounding steadily reduced the platoon commanded by 1st Lt. Bryan Macdonough, 25, of Fort Lee, Va. He had started out Sunday with 27 men. He had nine left by noon Tuesday. "If the Viets keep this up, there'll be none left by evening," he said. The enemy positions seemed impervious to constant American air strikes. Napalm fireballs exploded on the bunkers 30 yards away. The earth shook with heavy bombs. "We've tried 750 pounders, napalm and everything else, but air can't do it. It's going to take manjower to get those positions," Macdonough said. By late afternoon a new landing zone was cut below the hill. The enemy mortars searched for it but the helicopters came in anyway. A line of wounded trudged down the hill and by evening 140 of them had been evacuated. The arrival of the helicopters with food, water and ammunition seemed to put new life into the paratroopers. They talked eagerly of a final assault on the enemy bunkers. As darkness fell flame throwers were brought up. The first stubborn bunker yielded, and the paratroopers were at last started on their way to gain the ridgeline which they had set out to take three days earlier. Monday, was sold for $15.50 a pound. To Marlene Wiseman, 20, and Anita Bulfer, 17, who live on neighboring farms near Oilman, Iowa, the sale meant a return of $17,050, plus several hundred dollars of prize money, for about 13 months work fattening the senior calf. The price paid for the grand champion was 50 cents a pound higher than that for last year's winner, also an Aberdeen-Angus. That steer scaled 1,176 pounds and brought a total of $17,640. The record price for a grand champion steer at the Chicago show is $30 a pound, paid in 1957 for a Hereford that brought his owner $31,050. The, owners of this year's grand champion said they plan to use the sales money to furtte er their education. Miss Wiseman is a senior at Central College, Pella, Iowa. Miss Bulfer is a high school senior. The grand champion steer of the show's junior division, a 1,095 Aberdeen—Angus that was shown by Miss Wiseman's brother, Calvin, 16, was sold for 70 cents a pound. The .total price was $766.50. Calvin's steer moved into the open classes Friday after winning the top junior award but was defeated by his sister's entry in competition among senior calves. * Tigers (Continued From Page 2) a 15 point edge at 46-31 and virtually put the gamt «ut of reach as the two clubs traded points the rest of the way. BOX SCORE: CARROLL Richardson FG F • f-r TP 21-145 Baudler 3 0-0 Everett 5 1-2 Ringleb 4 2-4 Vetter Thomas 4 6-6 0 0-0 Fuller 0 0-0 Brechler 0 0-0 Beneke 0 0-0 Kieck 0 0-0 Farrell 0 0-0 2 3 3 4 3 0 2 1 1 0 TOTALS MANNING 18 10-13 23 6 11 10 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 FG FT PF TP Detlefsen 8 Moeller 3 Schroeder Kuhl Rowedder Ohde Pratt 3-8 1-1 2-7 0-3 0-3 0-0 0 0-0 Dammann 0 0-0 Tiger Reserves Notch 46-36 Win The Carroll High reserve basketball team got the season off on a winning note with a come- from-behind rally in the fourth quarter as they tripped their Manning opponents, 46-36. The young Bengals trailed 24-21 at the half and were behind 34-33 after three frames. Denny Vetter led the Carroll scoring with 17 while Tom Farner was runner-up with 13. John Hornberger and Curt Struve shared the lead for Manning with 13 each. Kuhn Stangl .... Case TOTALS 0 1-2 1 4-5 0 0-0 1 0 3 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 24 11-29 10 19 7' 10 12 2 2 0 0 1 6 0 59 Scoring by Quarters: CARROLL MANNING 9 11 11 15-46 13 17 10 19-59 * Transplants (Continued From Page 1) The doctors are reluctant to make long range predictions but "the fact that they are doing well is encouraging," said Dr. Carl G. Groth of Sweden, a Public Health Service international fellow in surgery. "It's too early to tell," about the future, he said. The healthy livers were obtained from other youngsters of similar size and age who died of other illnesses. The doctors say their apparent success can be traced to better techniques for suppressing the body's tendency to reject the new liver, to development of a method of preserving the donor liver for several hours without damage and to better methods of matching donor and recipient tissue.