Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 18, 1974 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, May 18, 1974
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Minelt With A Classified! For Sale 55 DAD AND GKAD cards - lik- rack.CLKMKNTlNK'S. 55-1M-MV Read The Want Ads FILL DIRT clean - approximately 300 cu. yds 792-9339 after 5 P.M. 55-lI6-3tc 0 27 TRAIN set - includes: 2 engines. 11 switches, track. sceenery & trestle set. 792-9684. 55-116-3tc Near New Coronado AIR CONDITIONER 1 1,500 BTU, 1 10 volt GAMBLES 792-4361 55-1 l7-2lc CARPETS A fright 1 ' Make them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer $1 . Coast to Coast Store. 55-118-ltc ROLINE NORTHWESTERN golf clubs ... 2 iron through P and \V . Excellent condition. 792-3472. 55-118-3tc * New 12' refrigerator * New 800 BTU gas furnace * New gas wall oven & plate * Used electric wall oven & plate * 10 Birch doors * 4 Ton chain hoist * Steel door frames L. F. Vender Ph: 792-3297 NO. 5 John Deere mower. 792-9068. 55-117-2tp For Rent 57 UPPER TWO bedroom unit, plus garage, at 1402 N. Adams St. available June 1st. Contact Albert Wegner 792-9874. 57-118-ltc Houses For Sale 63 TO BUY or sell a home or farm, call Wilson Real Estate. Jerr> Wilson or Doris Wilson, 792-9605. 63-18-2tc 4 BEDROOM home, central air — extra nice 792-3246. 63-118-2tc Houses For Rent 64 TO FINAiNCE the home ol you. choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-29-tfc Flower Frosted! Printed Pattern li's iliH sliirtdivss sliiin I'rosii'd with .nay sprint; t'lo\\- t-rs in easy stitches! Combine i\\o colors or checks Mi' solid. Thrifty-si'w ! I'M n i ml 1'a i i •• rii !) 1 I I : Girls' Sixes li. S. In. 12. II. Si/i-' In lakes P., yds. I.Vin: :; s contrast. Transfer. S. ml $1.00 lor rarh |i;il irrn. Adil -'•'' fur earli patti'm for lirst-class mail and special liandliiiL'. Send to Marian Martin ^ ^.^ rlnu . s „,,,.,,,, I'a I tern Dept.. i 1 . 1 ',! 1 \\Ysi l.sth St.. Xou- York. X. v. innn. Print NAME. ADDRESS. ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. ONKI'ltKK I'ATTKUNol yom rlioin- in .--I'm) lor. nil) 1 In-, paiieni inside \K\Y SI'lIINC- sr.\i.Mi-:i; I'ATTKKX r.vr.v I .Of,. 1"" siyli's. all sixes, In-, |i;iiiern coupon. Send ;."•• nov . SEW-KNIT Itool; wjili lisstlf |>atli-ri'.. Instant Fashion T.ook S1.nn Instant Sewing Hook *1.00 Apartment For Rent 65 WANTED: WORKING girl to share apartment. Phone 792-9360. After 6 p.m. 65-116-Stc FARMERS: ATTENTION! Complete Well Service now available with New Hydraulic Pump Hoist. Also authorized Dealer for Flint & Walling Pumps — Bohlmann and Ideal hog & cattle fountains. NEPPLE PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 792-4649 — Carroll .lo-n-Mtc Volcanic Scene Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Javanese volcano 5 Aleutian island 9 Japanese volcano 12 Short jacket 13 College official 14 Female hog 15 Capital of Maryland 17 Author of "The Raven" 18 Notched bar 19 Chemical hydrocarbons 21 Mountain lake 23 Pitch 24 Body of water 27 Droops 29 Volcanic exudate 32 Volcano in California 34 Boy's name 36 Lend aid to 37 Put in 38 Malt brew 39 Dispatched 41 Morbid ( prefix i 42 Insurgent I coll. I 44 Entire person 46 Conflicts in warfare 49 Muse of poetry 53 Arab name 54 Valued too highly 56 Masculine appellation 57 Fermented grape juice 58 Burrowing mammal 59 Lair 60 Winter vehicle 61 Epic poetry DOWN 1 Toothed wheel 2 Heating device 3 Do not Icontr.i 4 Make into law 5 Bustle 6 Volcano in Sumatra 7 Part of a comet 8 Dislocate 9 Removed by suction 10 Immediately 11 Is in debt 16 Aspects 20 Niagara, for instance 22 Raves 24 Thick slice 25 Alleviate 26 Affirmation 28 Hogs 30 Absolute (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN ) Apartment For Rent 65 WKSTWOOl) KNOLLS A\;ul;ililc IKIVV — Ihc pcrlccl rot i rcnuMit a p;i rl HUM) I. KiiH'r.uoiH'v iiliinn nmiuvti'd lo Carroll Health (VnUT. <liti- ni'f (IHivcri'd dail\. oiin opiTaU'd lamuliA. i;oH rmirsi' iii-arln I and 2 lu'droom units available. l''or mlnrmalitiM coiitart PUDKNZAGENCY 217 \\VsNlh 7!>2-m<) 31 Crafts 33 Tributary of the Danube 35 Deer horn 40 Hebrew ascetic 43 a trumpet 45 Fashion 46 Unvarnished 47 Nautical term 48 Wicked 50 On top of 51 End I comb, form) 52 Poems 55 Bright color Nl-'.AH NKAV 2-lH'droom apt. Stovi- rel'rinorator. drapes, water t'ur- tiished. fully earpeled. patio with «as uri'll — $Ki5. 792-9325 or 792-2722. «5-ll5-4tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1973 PONTIAC Kstate 4-dr. full power, air & low miles. $2895. Glidden Auto Sales, 71-118-ltc 1965 FORD Fairlanc, 6 cyl.. 4-dr. with automatic Iran. & power steering. This is one real clean new car trade in. Needs nothing but a new home. Mc- CAKV1LLK & SON MOTORS. 71-118-ltc 1965 FORD Pickup. 4-speed . low mileage. Phone 683-3611. Oedham. 71-117-2tp 1963 4-dr. Ford — automatic. 792-9068. 71-117-2tp 71 TOYOTA 2-dr. coupe. 4 cyl.. 4 speed, bucket seats, near new rubber, plenty of economy left here. 68 International 4 wheel drive pickup, near new brakes & rubber. Local one owner with low miles WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-lll-tfc Auto Service 75 SERVICK KKSPO.VSIMILITV is- one of our better salesmen. Houlihan Motor Service Center. Hwy. 71-S. Carroll. Phone 792-4787' 75-43-tfc REGULAR AND heavy duty Gul shocks. Carry out price — reg $3.98, h. duty $5.98. Craig' Gulf-Neppl Oil. hwy. 30 west across from Hardee's. 75-39-21 Times Herald, Carroll, la. _ Saturday, May 18, 1974 / Auto Service 75 NEW CAR Leasing and Rental 792-9236 if oit. IOWP JOHN WHALKY CHEV. Inc. DRIVING A ding-a-ling? II you never know what your nutty car is going to do next, then come to the remedy experts. That's Peters Motors. Inc. 75-118-1 tc LEASING Could leasing be an advantage to you? Stop in and we'll figure a lease to suit your needs. HERMAN FORD-MERCURY West of the Mall 792-1505 75.|%-6tc New Cars & Trucks 76 COME IN and sec all the 1974 Fords — The closer you look, the better we look — Hreda Auto Co. 76-22H-tfc 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. KVKRY SATURDAY AT 1 P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY— 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. SUNDAY. MAY 19— Household and antique sale. David & Dorothy Dobson. Odeholt. Albrccht'& McCrea. Auctioneers. TUESDAY. JUNE 111:30 P.M. Frank Polking Estate — 120 Acre land auction. Located 2 miles west & ; 'i north of Breda. Meryl Kerkhoff and Loren Albrecht. auctioneers. WANTED I am looking for a good personal, producing life agent who would like to move into management. We offer a fully vested contract, big overwrites, bonuses, group life and H and A. leads, and complete home office and field training of your agents. If you aren't making S25.000 a year take 5 minutes and write: Regional Director Rt. 1 Box 244 A Fairmedows South Sioux Citv. Nebraska 68776 Junior Editors'*Quiz on THE MALTESE CROSS SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner /(% a.& © 1974 Uy tilf Inc r M ficg U S C.ll 0" "The high cost of living may be causing gray hairs, but I'll "Janie has the weirdest idea of the boy-girl relationship! say one thing for it: It's not fattening!" She thinks a boy should do his own homework!" QUESTION: Wluit ;.v the Maltese Cross'.' * * * ANSWKR: Tlic cross became the sacred emblem of Christianity after the crucifixion of Christ. It is a symbol of redemption, a sign of Christ's death on the cross for man's sins. In the Middle Ages, the cross was used in architecture. Churches were built with the floor plan in the shape of a cross. The graves of heroes, kings and bishops were marked with a cross. The cross existed in many different forms. The Maltese Cross was the most elaborate. It was an eight-pointed cross, the emblem of the Knights of Malta, a military religious order of the Middle Ages. The members of this Order were dedicated to the protection of the holy places in Palestine. Of all historical crosses, the Latin Cross was the most common. It was a long upright pole with a crosspiece near the top. The Greek Cross had arms of equal length, the St. Andrew's Cross resembled an X. The Celtic Cross had a circle at the crossing of the arms, and the Papal Cross had three horizontal bars. 5-18 (Lisa Carter of New Britain. Conn., wins a prize for this 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.) THE BORN LOSER by Art Sansom \UUr\T PATE BUGS BUNNY by Heimdahl & Stoffel DON'T YOU THINK f I'M ET V PLAYING A 'UP WITH CORNET SOLO } EXCITEMENT ON WOLLER /...UE'SSEE 1T -' CALL ME FOR ANOTHER AUDITION AFTER YA WORK OUT THOSE ROUGH SPOTS/ SKATES IS A WEAL NOVELTY ? ! 1974 Oy WHIP Bid! Inc I M R<« U S Pl< 0« by Al Vermeer PRISCILLA'S POP WMAT IF I MEET UP WITH SOME SPITTLE BUGS? PLEASE. 1 DON'T PUT ME RIGHT REMIND 'EM TWE SPITTLE BALL NO PROBLEM by Frank Hill SHORT RIBS W CRA1V HORSE ASENCY HAS TAKEN OVER MV ADVERTISING- ACCOUNT. ^^^j, by Howie Schneider EEK & MEEK ...UIUAWJARE OF BEAUTY ! A BEAJJTIFUL- THERE'S MOTHIMG, IWDRE by Bob Thaves FRANK AND ERNEST FRANK & ERNIE'S AUTO REPAIR DO You WANT THE ESTIMATE DOIM6 IT BI6HT, OP by Dove Groue ALLEY OOP „ IS HE AN ANTIQUE DEALER LIKE YOURSELF? ...A COPY OF THE SCROLL FOUND ITS WAY TO A FRIEND OF MIME IN HON<i KONG/ WHAT DOVOU THINK, OSCAR? YOU MIGHT SAY THAT/ SOUNDS SOLID CURIOUS THING AUTHORITIES T

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