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• School (Continued From Page 1) vocational training centers receive high school credits toward graduation from the training, Lowry said. Lowry said there are few "good comprehensive" vocational training programs on the high school level in Iowa. He said he felt a program should have an exploratory program at the tenth grade level and preparatory programs in the eleventh and twelfth grade levels. On questioning from Ray Kruse, member of the Glidden-Ralston school board, Lowry said he would expect courses at the preparatory level to "slot into" programs at the area school campus in Ankeny. The courses would be geared so students would start on campus with more advanced courses, the superintendent added. Holland Grefe, Des Moines, chairman of the area school board, said after the meeting Monday he read the group as "perhaps they are about ready to express an interest in the vocational training concept." Lowry said that "about all it would take" to set up a vocational training center for this area "is a firm indication . of interest." Lowry told the group Monday that the area college gave 970 high school diplomas through equivalency courses this year. He said "there's not a high school in the state that gave that many diplomas." Also, Lowry said the area school had 9,200 persons who were employed and taking classes to help them improve their position on their jobs. He continued that anytime a group of about 15 or 16 can get together, the area school will offer specific classes. Lowry said the latest report was that 44,000 persons were enrolled in different classes provided by the area school. • Democrats (Continued From Page 1) Tuesday. In the three townships, Wheatland, Glidden and Eden, where no candidates filed for election to trustee or clerk positions, the positions will be vacant since there were no write-ins. Ralph Widman was elected clerk of Jasper township with '. 12 votes, and Ralph Jorgensen was elected Jasper township trustee for the 1975 term also with 12 votes. Carl Bruggeman with five votes was elected clerk of Sheridan township, while George Otto received 19 votes to win the Sheridan township trustee position. Wilbur Neumayer received 79 votes to be elected clerk of Kniest township. But the trustee position in that township will be vacant as no candidate sought the post. In Grant township, which also had no candidates for clerk or trustee, Elmer Heiman received two write-in votes to win the trustee term. The clerk position in Grant township will be vacant. Herman Letting received 40 votes to win the clerk position in Arcadia township, and Louis Schweers received 36 votes to win the trustee position. In Maple River township, Elmer Nees won the clerk position with 76 votes, while Richard J. Baurnhover won the trustee job with 64 votes. George Slocum and Ed Kult were elected to the clerk and trustee positions, respectively, of Richland township, while Joe Schmitz and Adrian Halbur won the clerk and trustee jobs, respectively, in Pleasant Valley township. Jerome Broich polled 115 votes to win the clerk position in Roselle township. The trustee position will be vacant. Ronald Frahm won the clerk's position in Washington township, but the trustee position will be vacant. Alvan H. Hansen and Ben Sextro won the clerk and trustee jobs, respectively, in Ewoldt township, as did Louis Hoffman and Frank J. Hoffman in Newton township. Henry M. Johnson received 13 votes to win the township clerk position in Union township, and Dale George received 14 votes to win the township trustee position in Union. The word "taxicad" was coined in New York. "Taxi" came from a French company that made taxi meters for horse carriages; cab abbreviated the French word for cabriolet, a light, one-horse carriage. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Mine Your Attic Gold With A Classified In Memoriam All copy for clflssified ads ;md classified display ads must be in the Times Herald by 9 a.m day of publication Monday through Friday and Bam on Saturday to insure publication. CLASSIFIKO DISPLAY Per column inch ' $1.70 Additional insertions $1.50 CLASSIK1KD CASH WITH ORDER One day. per word I2c Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 3ftc CARP OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 words lOcporwoitl • Kissinger (Continued From Page 1) "I understand the order came from the President," the secretary said. He heatedly denied receiving scores of wiretap logs, maintaining that he saw only IVipage summary reports that reached him infrequently. Kissinger said he had informed President Nixon that he would hold the news conference here en route to the Middle East with the presidential party. But Kissinger added that he did not tell Nixon what he intended to say or that he would make the threat to resign. Kissinger is returning to the Middle East where earlier this month, working as a mediator, he helped bring about the military disengagement pact between Israel and Syria. This paved the way for talks on an over-all Middle East peace settlement in Geneva. Several hours after Kissinger's news conference, White House Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler, issue a statement saying President Nixon "recognizes Secretary Kissinger's desire to defend his honor against false charges and the secretary's feelings that he be able to carry out his responsibilities unencumbered by the diversions of the kind of anonymous attack that has so poisoned our national dialogue." At his news conference, Kissinger was referring to allegations stemming from reports that he had ordered wiretaps on administration officials who had access to national security documents that were leaked to the press. In his confirmation hearings before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Sept. 15-17, Kissinger denied ordering the taps. He said then he had provided the names of officials who had access to the documents, but had not suggested the taps nor did he ever order them used. He also said he had received only infrequent reports of the taps and then only for 10 months. This all took place when he was President Nixon's national security adviser. Tapes of conversations between Nixon and other officials recently heard in the House Judiciary Committee supposedly quoted the President as saying Kissinger had initiated some wiretaps. Kissinger told a news conference last week the President must have been under some "misapprehension" or the tape was unclear. However, at that news conference he changed his version slightly by saying he had never "directly" ordered any wiretaps. Kissinger disclosed he had sent a letter to Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, suggesting that the panel reopen its hearings on the wiretap controversy. He said he would break off from Nixon's Middle East trip and return to Washington to testify if necessary. Asked if he would withdraw his threat to resign if Fulbright's committee gave him a "clean bill of health," Kissinger responded: "Yes." He said there might be other ways to quiet the controversy, but did not specifically suggest any. During a Foreign Relations Committee hearing on foreign aid last week, Kissinger repeated his earlier statements. Some committee members suggested it might be necessary to reopen the matter, if only to support the secretary's statements. If the committee decides on a review, he said, "I would not object should it wishlo examine relevant security files and reports on wiretaps sent to my off ice." During its September hearings, the committee had two members examine FBI summaries of the information obtained by the wiretaps. They found everything in order. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of William Gehlsen Who passed away June 11. 1973 Our family circle has been broken. A link gone from our chain: But though we're parted for a while. We know we'll meet again. Your loving family. 4-137-ltp LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Announcements STOP CLUB New members admitted Vi price. Old members reinstated free if a member previously this year Thursdays June 6 & 13 —7P.M. 408 West 7th St. 6-131-21, Instruction 13 WILL TEACH private swimming lessons. Call Kathy Whaley. 792-3764. 13-137-3tc Business Services 14 SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS on Heating — Plumbing Air Conditioning MAYTAG—Washers & Dryers AMANA—Refrigerators, Air Cond. MAGIC CHEF-Ranges KITCHENAID—Dishwashers Call: DREES CO. for TODAY SERVICE Phone: 792-2863 'Home of Dependable Service' If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20 % this year, before you renew Call Bill Comifo Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 FREE STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-95-tfc TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WATTERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc From a Household Spot to a Spotless ^.^^^ House Your CARPETS cleaned and maintained by the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture, floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning. Isn't this the day to call 792-2155 for a free estimate. I 4-66-tfc SPECIAL THIS week only. Your portable typewriter power cleaned & adjusted for $6.25 — ribbon included. Manual type — $12.50. Carroll Typewriter Service — Ph. 792-3248. 14-136-6tc STARTER GENERATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. 14-tc Where To Go 17 EVERY WEDNESDAY SPECIAL 1/4 Chicken French Fries, Roll, Salad $1 50 FOR FINE FOOL) _ DRINKS ENTERTAINMENT (Defibu. r A tTO A MT » and LOU NUt 17-75-ltc Wednesday is FAMILY DAY 5 Braziers and 2 Fries $1.50 Offer Good All Day! ^ Dairy Queen Reg. U.S. Pal. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp Copyright 1974, Am. D.Q. Corp. Carroll — Hi-Way 30 & N. West St. Where To Go 17 KC KNIGHTS and LADIES' NIGHT Wednesday, June 12 Serving Pork Chops Cards after dinner. 17-137-ltc DANCE --FRI. June 14 ... Starline Ballroom Don Glasser Orchestra featuring LoisCostello. 17-137-3tc Good Things To Eat 18 WIK 1« Sundae 1« SALE THURS. & FRI. June 13 & 14 Juy one medium size sun doe at regular price, get the second one for a penny NO LIMIT! 20 flavors to choose from. ALL MEAT HAMBURGERS Each 4 for $1 Don't forget to 'pick up some tasty crisp chicken by the piece or tub. DAIRY STRIPE Hwy. 30 West 792-4444 18-137-3IC Sales Help 21 WANTED Salesman to work in and out of the store, good hours and working condition, company Denefits including insurance, profit sharing, etirement, apply in person. All replies confidential. Montgomery Ward Hwy. 30 & Grant Road. -• ' 792-3513 21-l37-3tc WANTED: 1 or 2 sales representatives for the immediate area. Very little overnight travel. Derive 50 to 60% of your income from established accounts. Attend 2 weeks of training in Des Moines, expenses paid. Then be guaranteed $800 a month to start. For personal interview call collect 515-288-7434 Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. An Equal Opportunity Company 21-136-Stc Help Wanted 23 CONSTRUCTION HELP wanted. Carroll area. Must be 18. Smith Construction. 792-1420. 23-135-6tc WANTED: LABORERS for bridge demolition. $4.00 per hour. Apply at job site — 6 miles north of Auburn. 23-137-3tp Help Wanted 23 COUNTRY ROUTE pickup driver. Carroll Rendering Works. 792-3270. 23-134-6tc LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE GOOD WORKERS needed at once to learn a skilled profession. Good wages, overtime, good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person. World Wide Meats, Denison. 23-84-tfc MAN WANTED. Married. Paid vacation & holidays. Uniforms furnished. Phone after 5 p.m. 792-2001. 23-136-3tc APPLICATIONS ARE being accepted for an additional meter maid. Apply at Carroll Police Dept.. City Hall. 23-132-3tc CONTRACT DETASSEL PIONEER BRAND HYBRID SEED CORN 15 years of age and over and have transportation. You can earn $150 to $200 per person in a 10 day to 2 week period. Apply individually or as a group now. Please contact your local State Employment Service or write GARST & THOMAS HYBRID CORN COMPANY, COON RAPIDS, IOWA 50058. 23-130-4!c Positions Available 26 NOTICE We have an IMMEDIATE OPENING for an assistant manager. On job training is provided. High school grad. necessary, with retail experience helpful. Employee benefit plan includes profit sharing. Apply in person from 5-10 P.M. June 1 1 at Holiday Motel. Ask for Mr. Lance Heiman. 26-137-lie Farm Equipment 29 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Q Tuesday, June 11, 1974 O Livestock For Sale 41 YOUNG BULLS FOR SALE Percentage Charolais 2 - 3 - 4 - & 5 yrs. Your choice of 40 bulls. Hess Farms,Bayard Harry Schackelford, Mgr. Phone (71 2) 651-2810 41-137-llc PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. 41-91-48tc SALE NINE Hampshire gilts, bred to York, Farrow soon. Glidden 659-2216. 41-137-3tp Livestock Wanted 43 WANTED TO buy -- Rhinitis and poor doing hogs of any size. Truck will call. Write Arnold Nielsen, Exira, Iowa 50076. Phone 268-5341 day or night. 43-73-ltc BOOKEY PACK WK NEED VUUK FED CATTLE Phone DOD Clark 515-386-3330. Jefferson Plant Phone 515-266-3146, Des 43-17-1tc Pets 46 FOR SALE: Registered black male poodle, 5 years old $25. 792-1358. 46-137-3tc FREE BABY bunnies. 689-2568. 46-137-3tc Wanted To Buy 53 WANTED: ENCLOSED luggage carrier for car top. 792-2237. 53-137-3tp For Sale 55 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 29-126-tfc FATHER'S DAY cards — 15c and 20c. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-134-tfc FILL DIRT (clean), app. 300 yards Maple River area. 792-9339. .55-135-3tc DEDHAM CELEBRATION , Saturday, June 29 Sponsored by Dedham American Legion Dedham Commercial Club Rain date — June 30 NEW LISTING Ideal for newly weds or retired couple. 2 Bedroom bungalow with nice sized rooms including dining room, full basement. North side, walking distance of downtown area Only $15,000. COMES REAL ESTATE Roy Comes 792-4295 or 792-1679 Wayne Halbur 792-2866 63-137-2IC * * * * FATHERS — Register here for FREE FATHER'S DAY GIFTS. We are giving away 25 free gifts — nothing to buy — just register to win. Registration starts now. The drawing will be Sunday evening, June 16. 1 Outdoor swinging canopy Love Seat 1 Rotisserie Outdoor Grill 10 Clothing Gift Certificates 5 Steak Dinners 5 Chicken Dinners 3 Surprise Gifts Register Here For ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday, June 1 1 to Saturday, June 15 2 for the Road featuring JEFF JOCHIMS and DAVE PLATT gifts for * * father Love Seat: Can ^ be seen in the -ft window of the -^ Glidden Fur-jj . niture Mart. Well Be OPEN FATHER'S DAY* UNTIL 8 P.M.. OPEN.SUNDAYS- Closed Mondays Glidden, Iowa Dial 659-9132 *************** * * * * For Sale 55 2 YR. old Whirlpool gas range, double oven, white — excellent condition. 792-9236 days, ask for Mark; or 792-1275 after 6 p.m. 55-136-4tc Read The Want Ads 26" WOMAN'S bike. Good condition. Call' 792-1606 after 4:00 p.m. 55-137-3tc BLACK & WHITE Admiral console television. Reasonably priced. Good condition. 792-2063. 55-137-3tc STEREO, CONSOLE, AM FM radio. 792-2257 after 6 p.m. 55-137-3tc YOU SAVED and slaved for wall to wall carpet. Keep it new with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-137-ltc NEW 7' pool table — man's set of Rams golf clubs, 2 woods, 7 irons and cart — 2 13" wheels for Chevy Vega. Best offer for any or all items. 792-4798. 55-137-2tc USED IBM Selectric typewriter, 15" carriage, excellent condition. 659-3821. 55-137-2tc BOYS-GIRLS 20" Convertible bike. $15. Phone 792-9518. 55-137-4tp * Man's 10 spdAMF bike ....$62 * Color TV — Excellent $80 * Size 1 2 work boots — new ..$9 * Binoculars 7.35 — Very good $8 Inquire at 725 North Carroll St. Elms Motel — Apt. 6 after 4 P.M. 55-l37-2lp 5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Thursday — 9 A.M. 1 '/2 Blocks south Glidden City Park, Glidden. Clothes & misc. items.55-\37-Ht For Sale 55 PERFECT FATHER'S DAY PRESENT Rocker Recliners $5995 Recline *54 95 WESTERN AUTO 55-137-3IC CLEMENTINE'S ALL GREETING CARDS TO GO AT !/2 PRICE: We are moving to a new location next month and want to give our customers the benefit on these reduced cards. 55-130-He Houses For Sale 63 TO BUY or sell a home or farm, call Wilson Real Estate, Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson. 792-9605. 63-18-2tc HOUSE FOR sale by owner — 3 bedroom ranch, north side, fully carpeted, large kitchen, finished basement, double garage — close to church. 792-1554. 63-136-tfc BEDROOM northside home. Close to St. Lawrence. New furnace. 1512 N.W. St. Call 792-3326 for appointment. 63-134-6tp Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE FOR rent in Templeton. 669-3459. 64-136-3tc TO FINANCE the home of your choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-29-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 2 BEDROOM apartment, stove & refrigerator furnished. 792-4721 or 792-3183. 65-137-3tc HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER MODERN 3 BEDROOM HOME Forced air furnace. Built-in air conditioner. Fully carpeted. This home is located across the street from the Catholic Church in Lidderdale. John Scharfenkamp Phone 822-5589 — Lidderdale 63-137-ifc FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Announces New Higher Interest Rates 7V2% 6 3 /4% 6V 2 % 5 3 /4% 5V 4 % 48 Month Certificate* $10,000 minimum Automatically renewable 30 Month Certificate* $5,000 minimum Automatically renewable 1 2 Month Certificate* $3,000 minimum Automatically renewable 6 Month Certificate* $1,DOO, minimum Automatically renewable Passbook Account. Interest paid from the date of deposit to date of withdrawal. Deposits of any amount in by the 10th earn from the 1 st. * Federal regulations will not permit First Federal to automatically transfer existing certificate accounts to one of the new certificates. However, existing certificates can be transferred by taking a penalty. Contact First Federal for details. All accounts earn a full month's interest if deposited by the 1 Oth. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SAVING Deposits Insured Up to $20,000 by An Agency of the Federal Government FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN LAKE CITY CARROLL

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