Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 12, 1974 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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Mine It With A Classified! SJDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner Apartment For Rent 65 LARGE COMFORTABLE north side 5 room. 2 bedroom apartment. 1st floor, $125 month, heat and water furnished 792-2566. 65-138-ltc LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALDHELPYOUAT YOUR FARM SALE 2 BEDROOM apartment, stove & refrigerator furnished. 792-4721 1 or 792-3183. 65-137-3tc LARGE 2 bedroom downstairs apartment. 1128 N. Clark. Heat & water furnished. Available immediately. $150 per month. 792-9030 after 5 p.m. 65-136-tfc Farm Wanted 69 FARMS WANTED CALL NOW!! I have buyers for small or large farms. Will give you a free ap praisal and counseling on rnarke value. Call or write: James Weber Exclusive Farm Salesman (5)5) 274-4621 Oak Realty 3605 Douglas—DesMoines, la. or offer 5 P.M. (712) 563-3042 Misc. Real Estate 70 DISTRESS SALE 40 Acre Montana Ranches 4 beautiful ranches must be sold IM MEDIATELY Original price $8,500 each A: sume $7.000 contract at 6W% inleretl, 170 1 pur month. S2I0.42 now due on each controc Beautiful recreational land with excellent hun ting and fishing. My loss, your gam Call CO lect lor Jock 406/656-0450 70-138-7 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, June 12, 1974 Used Cars & Truck* 71 9 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4-dr. sedan, full power plus factory air. electric door locks, padded roof, plus many other extras — Just 33.000 local 1 owner miles. 67 Ford Galaxie 500 — 4-dr. sedan. V-8 automatic, factory air, tinted glass — Plenty of dependable service left here. W1TTROCK MOTORS. 71-136-tfc Read The Want Ads 971 CHRYSLER 300 4-dr. full power, air & sharp. $1995. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-138-ltc 972-f'ONTlAC Catalina 4-dr.. sedan, h'dtop. 26.000 miles & new car trade in. McCAR- VI LLE& SON MOTORS. 71-138-ltc 1965 MERCURY 4-dr. - power steering & brakes, air con- .ditioning. 792-9600. 71-137-5tp 1968 BLUE Camaro. 4 spd. good condition.659-3061 or 659-3416 after 6. 71-137-3tc Motorcycles 73 175 HONDA, less than 1.000 miles. 792-1106. 73-13,7-2tp VE JUST received three GT 380 and one T 500 motorcycles. If interested stop in today. They won't last long. Bob's Sport Center. 618 West 8th. 73-134-6tc Auto Service 75 NEED A dent removed? Our expert dent remover will make that dent disappear fast. Make an appointment now at Peters Motors. 75-138-ltc 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 75-196-61C New Cars & Trucks 76 'COME IN and see all the 1974 Fords — The closer you look., the better we look — Breda Auto Co. 7fi-226-tfc 67 V.W. 4 speed. Good rubber. 6 wheels & tires. Radio. A-l Condition. 663-4395. 71-137-3tp Motorcycles 73 1974 CB 450 Honda. $1.325.00 Firm. 1.100 Miles & under full warranty for 6.000 miles. Call 792-1228 after 4p.m. 73-138-3tp 1973 SUZUKI 380. Excellent condition. 792-3424. 73-135-3tc JUNE SPECIAL 20% OFF On All Chairs in Stock New Summer Hours: 9 to 5 Mon thru Thurs. 9 to 9 Friday 9 to 2 Saturday CARROLL USED FURNITURE 626 W. 8th - Phone 792-1600 55-I32-3IC 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-Stc Happiness Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 24 hours 4 Have evening meal 7 Plaything 10 Native metals 12 Stuff 14 Summer (Fr.) 15 True 16 Vex (coll.) 17 Contended cow sound 18 Pompous display 20 Roman official 22 Blissful 24 Alonn with 26 Diving birds 30 Bleul 31 Street (an.) 32 Gratuity 33 Abstract being 34 Transpose (ab.) 36 King of JudahlHib.) 37' Biblical • garden 39 Makes happy sounds 42 Kndearmenl (Fr.i 45 Shop 47 Taper 51 Old French coin 52 Girl's name 54 New Mexico resort town 55 Brown in sun 56 Window part 57 Graceful bird 58 Dined 59 Football scores I ah:) 60 Mariner's direction DOWN Hamlet 2 Space 3 12 months . 4 Harangues 5 Swiss canlon 6 Becomes wan 7 Relate 8 Oklahoma Indian 9 Evergreen I ree It Thick slices 13 Media inhabitant 19 551 < Roman) 21 Feminine name 23 Liquidate 24 Music or^ani/ation 25 Comfort 27 State 28 Osculate 29 Walerinu place 30 Honey maker 35 Scamps 38 Noncommissioned officer tab.) 40 (ireat nation lab.i 41 Gentlemen i col 1.1 43 Greek war Hod 44 Lighted again 45 Shoo! 46 Air. 48 Davbreak 49 Give use temporarily 50 Slave 51 Greek letter 53 Doctor of Laws (ah.) INKWSI'AI'KU KNTKKI'KINK ASSN.i NEW & USED CARS CALL JENSEN niioii. IOWB 792-9236 JOHN WHALEY CHEV. Inc. 76-80-llc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be run in £his Auction Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of your ad in our office. EVERY SATURDAY AT 1P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Daicy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY- 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Snlcs. SATURDAY, JUNE 15— 10 A.M. Choice 80 acre land auction. 1 mi. north of Manning, Iowa, On blacktop. Martin Peterson Estate. Meryl Kerkhoff, Manning, auctioneer. SATURDAY. JUNE 221:00 P.M. Rain date Monday June 24th 6:30 P.M. Furniture & Household items sale. 827 North Court Street Carroll. Iowa Margaret Biller owner. Wieland & McCarville Auctioneers. SUNDAY, JUNE 231:00 P.M. 3 bedroom home & lot — furniture & household items. Anton A. Klocke Estate owner. In the town of Dedham, Iowa Wieland & Irlbeck Auctioneers. "1 want to see the THE BORN LOSER ^>,o um, nmir tho "No, we're not getting says you pour the . we're sending away from it all this summer ... it all to summer camp!" by Art Sansom NEW CASINO CAFE Closed Monday, June 10 and Tuesday, June 1 1 for remodeling. GRAND OPENING Wednesday, OPENING WEEK SPECIAL: Wednesday thru Saturday. Breakfast Smorgasbord: Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, rolls, juice and coffee. Lunch: Off the Menu Supper: Chicken Smorgasbord. All the rhirkpn \mn rnn . eat with tossed salad, french fries, dinner roll and drink CASINOCAFE H weV° BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 Seautiful — new 3 bedroom home, located in Applewood (noils featuring large kitchen and dining area with deluxe stove and dishwasher plus formal dining room — 2 full baths, family room and a two car garage. Come and look. For appointment call Kevin Bierl at 792-4318 after 6:00 P.M. 792-1086 THE ^TORV,, <r ; by Heimdahl & Stoffel BUGS BUNNY VVHAT ARE YOU DOING ? ) - THIS 15 212 / 2IO IS NEXT DOOR / 'JZ'J^wf SORR.Y7 4 M B?3 . X -—_- rf'-^ WHATJ5 IT LOOK LIKE '? WRONG / GOT A I'M REPA1R.IN YER TELEVISION SET/ IT/ T'COME , T'ZIO ELM ' STREET;-? Just listed. Highly productive 80 acre farm located adjacent to north edge of Carroll. -Includes nice 4 bedroom home,-- out building in very good condition. by Al Vermeer PRISCILLA'S POP Phone Harvey Fleshner 792-15*13' A one year old 3 beuroom ranch home' on the north side. Large living room & kitchen which includes dishwasher, stove & garbage disposal. 3 Finished rooms in the basement. Large patio. Gas furnace & central air conditioning. Call us today for a look at this one. . 2 unit apartment house on nor- thside. Downstairs apartment, is 3 bedrooms with living room, kitchen and full bath. All rooms have been painted) upstairs apartment is 1 bedroom with a large living room, small kitchenette and full bath. Only $9,000. Phone Pat Beck 792-11 34 ® 197-1 by NEfl. Inc . T M. Ktg U S Pat. OH. Frank-Comito 792-3577 or 792-1558 by Frank Hill SHORT RIBS BUT WE AINT EATIN EG-G-S WITH OUR SOWBEU-V/ 'OM ACCOUNT OF CHINESE COOK. BOSS, ME AND THE BoVS CHEF IN THE" KST CHINESE RESTAURANT IN THE TERRITORY Junior Editors' Quiz on AESOP by Howie Schneider EEK & MEEK by Bob Thoves FRANK AND ERNEST QUESTION :Wlio was Aesop, wlm wrote so many fables? :j: -\i '\- ANSWFR- Aesop was an ancient Greek who was known for originality in story telling. He became famous through his fables which were animal stories illustrating a moral theme showing human faults and virtues. Aesop is said to have been a slave at Samos, Greece, ih the 6th century B C Some authorities doubt that he lived at all and attribute the fables to various writers. However. Herodotus, and Pliny mention him in their writings. Socrates made poems of some of the fables. The. great biographer, Plutarch-, considered Aesop one of the "Seven Wise Men . Many, legends have grown up around Aesop. 1 he story runs that Aesop was freed by his master and, through his story telling, won favor at the Court of King Croesus. He was sent to Delphi by Croesus to distribute money to the people. He found dishonesty -and refused to pay the money. He was seized by the mob and thrown over a chM and killed. Maximum Plumules, a monk oi the 14th century, made a collection of Aesop s tables. In 1810, 231 Aesopean fables were published in Breslau, Germany. (Gloria Brown of Springfield, Missouri, 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 Jor a prize.) Frank and Ernie's Pet GUARANTEED to* TEM YEARi TEM MILES, WHICHEVER FIRST. b- 1 1974 by NEA. Inc.. T.M Rij. US. Pal. DM. ALLEY OOP by Dove Groue MOW COUUD THE \ HOW HE FOUND ) THEN WE ARE STRANGER HAVE OUT DOES NOT / FORTUNATE LEARNED ABOUT 7 MATTER/ THE / THE PATROL WE KITE? JJLS FACT THAT HE ) CAUGHT HIM BE ^^ KNOWS OF ITS yFORE HE COULD EXISTENCE, IS fRETURN TO, ENOUGH/ /YANGCHl! /'YES...

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