Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 15, 1974 · Page 8
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April 15, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mobile Homes 56 NOTICE — NEW Hours at our sales lot. We will always be open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 5 to 8 p.m. Saturdays 1 to 5 p.m. Phone 263-4500 for appointment at another time. Special this month — 14 X 60...$6,500 12 X 60...$5,500. Meyers Mobil Home Park & Sales, phone 792-4500 or 263-4500. 20-87-26tc Houses For Sale 63 TO BUY or sell a home or farm, call Wilson Real Estate, Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson, 792-9605. 63-18-21C • FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 Bedroom Tri-level Home in Apple wood Knolls. 2 Baths. 2 Car garage. Phone 792-3475 63-87-31C I HAVE three homes for sale in Glidden. LaVerne Gerdes. 659-2255. 63-87-tfc Houses For Rent 64 TO FINANCE the home of you. choice see First Federal Savings &' Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-29-tfc Slimming! Printed Pattern Apartment For Rent 65 TRAILER HOUSE. Suitable for 1 person. 792-3029. 65-89-3tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 70.. PLYMOUTH -i-dr. sedan, V-8. 684-7782. 71-86-6tp 1970 MAVERICK 2-dr. sedan, real gas saver, 6 cyl., real sharp & near new tires. McCARVILLE & SON MOTORS. 71-89-ltc 1969 VW Squareback, low miles & nice. $1395. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-89-ltc 72 CHRYSLER Imperial Lebaron 4-dr. h'top, full power plus temp air conditioning, 50/50 split front seats with power, padded roof, plus many other extras — Just 24,000 easy mi. — In showroom condition. 71 Chrysler Newport custom 4-dr. sedan, power steering & brakes, factory air, tinted glass, power seat, padded roof — Super sharp inside & out. WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-84-tfc 9209 10-18 12/2-22/2 Everything you need—slimming, skimming, low - pleat dress, tunic, pants plus easy- crochet shawl to toss over all. Printed Pattern 9209: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Half Sizes 12y 2 , 14%, 16%, 1SV6, 20V-J, 22%. PLEASE STATE DRESS SIZE. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25(* for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin % Carroll Dally Times Herald Pattern Dept, 232 West ISth St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE -and STYLE NUMBER. ONti FHKIO PATTKKN of your choice to KPIU! for, one five pattern inside NEW SPUING- SUMMUU PATTERN CATALOG. 100 stylos, all sixes, 1'reo pattern coupon. Send 75c now. SEW+KNIT Book with basic Tissue pattern $1.25 Instant Fashion Hook $1.00 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 OPEN SUNDAYS 12 noon to 8 p.m. CLOSED MONDAYS "Greeting you nightly" Denny & Karen Heulon Glidden, Iowa Tuesday thru Saturday —April is thru 20 "TWO FOR THE ROAD" featuring Jeff Jochims & Dave Platt 17-89-Hc Minerals Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Native mineral 4 Mine entrance 8 Heavy mineral 12 Nothing 13 Nip with teeth 14 Nine (comb, form; var.) 15 Certified Public Accountant (ab.) 16 Opaque mineral 18 Property holdings 20 Ralph , investigator 21 Dawn goddess 22 Feline animals 24 American metallurgist 26 Comfort 27 Female saint (ab.) 30 Took leave 32 Fell in wintry flakes 34 Gold, steel, etc. 35 Something to be added 36 Chemical suffix 37 Resist openly 39 Refuse 40 Glen 41 Eagle (comb, form; var.) 42 Show scorn 45 True copy (law) 49 Way to serve oysters 51 Negative conjunction 52 Girl friend (Fr.) 53 Greek portico 54 Mariner's direction 55 Beloved 56 Mountain Standard Times (ab.) 57 Moines, Iowa DOWN 1 Onetime 2 Tears 3 Mineral resin 4 Borders upon 5 Terrible 6 Lake in Minnesota 7 Number 8 Singer Home and others 9Geraint's wife 10 Poker stake 11 Antlered animal 17 Plan to do 19 Large blood vessel 23 Analyze mineral 24 Half (prefix) 25 Bovine draft animals (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) 155 Times Herald, Carrel), la. Monday. April 15. 1974 Auto Service .75, DON'T TEMPT trouble, let Peters Motors check your brakes. Speedy expert service on all makes. For safety's sake, drive in today, Peters Motors. 75-89-ltc Read The Want Ads SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY is one of our better salesmen. Houlihan Motor Service Center, Hwy. 71-S. Carroll. Phone 792-4787. 75-43-tfc BEEF UP your car's performance with our expert guaranteed overhaul service, guard against unnecessary repairs, expense. HYLAND TEXACO SERVICE Hwy. 30 West 75-33-31C LEASING Could leasing be an advantage to you? Stop in and we'll figure ajease to suit_yqur needs. HERMAN FORD-MERCURY West of the Mall 792-1505 75-196-61C New Cars & Trucks 76 COME IN and see all the 1974 Fords — The closer you look, ; the better we look — Breda Auto Co. 76-226-tfc COMPLETE FRAME WORK CALL Slim Tranter 792-9236 CHEV. 26 One of the Fords 27 Added sugar 28State (ab.) 29 Swirl 31 Mountain trees 33 More unusual . 38 Armadas 40 Put off 41 Book of maps 42 Kind of fish 43 Title 44 Lamb's pseudonym 46 Aperture 47 Very fine (2 wds.) 48 Very (Fr.) 50 Queen's title (ab.) COIKOU. IOWR JOHN WHALEY Inc. 75-81-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 ad in our office. EVERY SATURDAY AT 1P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY— 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. . .. mu:t . jam -.-I SATURDAY, APRIL 20— PUBLIC AUCTION W. E. Cooney Estate sale. House & Furniture. 1:00 p.m. Mrs. Bernice Keeley Executrix. SATURDAY, APRIL 20 — 1 P.M. Senior M.Y.F. Auction, Methodist Church Parking Lot. McCarville & Wieland, Avfc- _ tioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 21— PUBLIC AUCTION. Furniture & Household items sale. 1:00 P.M. Mr. & Mrs. Harry Butler owners. . .1838 Martin Avenue, Carroll, Iowa. McCarville & Wieland Auctioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 28— PUBLIC AUCTION 1 P-M. Furniture & household items. Harold & Elizabeth Rice, Owners in Dedham, Iowa. Wieland & Irlbeck, Auctioneers. PUBLIC AUCTION: Sunday May 5, 1:30 P.M. House & Lot Located at 1228 North Court Street, Mary A. Nagl Estate Owner. Harold Wieland & Gary Rupiper Auctioneers. PLUMBER OR SHEET METAL MECHANIC TO Experienced Only! $ 12000°° • PAID VACATION • PAID HOLIDAYS • GROUP INSURANCE • UNIFORM ALLOWANCE • GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS • JOB SECURITY (Out of town employer.) Write Box F-6 c/o Daily Times Herald 23-84-ttp •Junior Editors Quiz on- NOMADS SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner © 1974 bv NM Inc T M fleo US Pal 0 QUESTION: What are Nomads? * * *• ANSWER: People who have no fixed habitation are known as Nomads. They wander from place to place, but never settle in any section for a great length of time. Nomad is derived from a Greek word which means to roam. Wandering herdsmen, living in tents, still are common in large sections of Asia. In Africa, there are-many Nomadic tribes, and some hunting tribes in South America and the East Indies still lead nomadic lives. Early in the history of civilization, man followed a nomadic existence and then later settled down to living on farms and raising cattle and crops for food. The Bedouin or Arab tribes roam the deserts of Syria, Egypt and North Africa. They are peaceful tent dwellers tending their herds of sheep and horses. They have lived this life for centuries and claim descent from Ishmael, the son of Abraham. The gypsies, a race of wandering people, are scattered all over the civilized countries. They travel in wagon trains or automobile caravans and engage in horse trading, working metal and fortune telling. They have been following this way of life for many years 4-15 (Cecile Petsche of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, wins a prize for tin's question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) "I gave at the blood bank!" "I had a horrible clieam last night! I dreamed all the babies born here in 1973 were recalled!" THE BORN LOSER by Art Sansom NK A BEAUTY W I AAA A DA6HIN& MllliOlOAlR£- PlASBOVl I HAVE GDAA5 TO WOO VOU AND TO \M\M VOU ! NOUR FAMM DOB£ NOT APPROVE- OF 1974 by NEA. Inc . T M. Rej U.5 Pal Oil. BUT, \WE ARB 1M LOME £TA£ TO SAIL TO TH5 M£OM AAV HACHTl \)JHAT DO BUGS BUNNY PRISCILLA'S POP EHH, WHAT'S Up, FUDDSY? by Heimdahl & Stoffel I HAVE TO STAY THIS WAY FOR 15 MINUTES/ THIS IS OUR NEWESr t*10DEL/..BLA...0LA.~ WHAT WAS ALL TWE BERNARD . . . ._ _ WAS IN ONE SHOUTING /\ OF M\S MOODS ABOUTe ' ^ ^Vv, A->5 by Al Vermeer :nr HIS SUIT DIDN'T COME BACK PROM TWE CLEANERS.. ^ HOUSE IN A HUFP. 1 .-/£ l-::/^///^-,^. f'J 1974 by NtA IMC T M Keg US Pa! Oil SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill I'M WORRIED THIS RECESSION WILL TURN INTO A DEPRESSION/ WHATS THE DIFFERENCE? TMATS THE DIFFERENCE. EEK & MEEK CASE HISTORY OF L.S...A POUTIOAAJ CZTTTZJ V7 ^E SAYS HE HAS MJHAT IT TAKBS, TO Be ' BUT.. by Howie Schneider '^-/r FRANK AND ERNEST itf IT^ A NEW CALLED LKlMfr/' WHAT X DO 16 A MUD14T C0LOMY WITH MY £U\T ON, W4 by NtA, Inc. ALLEY OOP by Dave Graue YOU WANTED YEAH, WIZER.' WHY ALL RIGHT, SO NOW I'M CONSULTING YOU/ WHAT'S THE ANSWER? M. Rto. U.S. Pat. OK.

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