Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 18, 1974 · Page 7
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Minelt With A Classified! SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner 68 FORD Galaxie 500 2-dr. h'd- top. V-8 automatic, power steering and brakes plus factory air. Double sharp inside and out. 73 Chevrolet '- Ton Pickup, V-8 automatic, power steering and brakes, factory air. tilt wheel plus many other extras. Local one owner with less than 900 miles. \VIT- TROCK MOTORS. 71-143-tfc 1973 VEGA GT Hatchback. Custom interior. Mag wheels. Automatic transmission. Priced right. Under warranty. 792-1176. 71-143-6U? 1965 CHEV. Impala sport coupe, local car with new rubber. Mc- CARVILLE & SOfr MOTORS. 71-143-Hc 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury H'dtp - 4 speed & a nice one. $550.00. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-143-ltc FOR SALE: 792-3459 <3-H2-2lc LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE /Auto Service 75 DRIVING A ding-a-ling? If you never know what your nutty car is going to do next, then come to the remedy experts. That's Peters Motors, Inc. 75-143-ltc service. CAR RENTAL Authorized daily rental Check our rates today. HERMAN FORD-MERCURY West of the Mall, 792-1505 75.208-5IC FAST SERVICE, competitive prices. Craig's Gulf, hwy. 30 west, across from Hardee's. 75-41-2tc BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 3 bedroom-split level-ranch style home now completed. Featuring — dining area — family room — deluxe dishwasher and cooking facilities — bath and a half — and a 2 car garage with exciting brick front — and many many others — come and look. For appointment call Kevin Bierl at 792-4318 after 6:00 P.M. 792-1086 3 Bedroom home Close to St. Lawrence. Gas heat & central air. Completely carpeted. Lovely back yard with plenty of space for a garden. Call us today to see this home for $29,950. Phone Pat Beck 792-1 1 34 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. Phone Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 A one year old 3 bedroom 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. Frank Comito 792-3577 or 792-1558 - REPLACE THIS WITH THIS Isn't this a good time to get rid of that old, leaky wooden door? See us for the modern replacement ... a Bilco Basement Door. Made of heavy gauge steel, it is built for lasting service. For all its rugged weight, it swings open with ease because torsion bars do most of the work for you. A Bilco Door is styled to blend with any style home. It will add beauty and lasting value to yours. Best of all — a Bilco Door pays for itself many times over by saying the repair and replacement expenses you've had with your old-, fashioned wooden door. AMERICA S FINEST BASEMENT DOOR Stop in and see our display. We'll give you free literature on how to do it. Or, we can suggest a man to install it for you. CARROLL LUMBER CO. Hwy. 71 at 15th St. ED&LEOSEZ: Opportunity knocks but once but temptation bangs on the door for years. WINNIKE & MASCHING OIL CO. Tank Wagon Delivery Corner Highway 71 & 3rd Street 792-9132 Carroll Petroleum Products The Choice of Thrifty People 75-272-lt Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, June 18, 1974 Auto Service 75 NEW CAR Leasing and Rental Call 792-9236 JOHN WHALEY CHEV. Inc. 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 BUSINESSES FOR SALE in Scranton Mary's Cafe-Equipment&Building available. ScrantOn Variety-Inventory&Fixtures. John Fey, Realtor-SecuritySavingsBank Scranton, Iowa Phone652-3311 5-143 3lc 1974 by NEA Inc . T M Ktg US fit Otf "Now look natural, Dexter .." "Harold is a great exorcist when it comes to spirits!" THE BORN LOSER .. put a sandwich in his hand, Janie!" by Art Sansom ~VVv *.*• Your House May Simply Be Loaded with Cash! And here's a way to get your hands on it fast! GET AN EQUITY LOAN! It's a quick and easy way to borrow a substantial amount of money without disturbing a mortgage. This type of financing is possible because inflation and monthly mortgage payments increase the equity in a home and this unused value makes excellent collateral for a loan. Contact Ron HanSBH, Manager BUGS BUNNY by Heimdohl & Stoffel PETUNIA NEVER BLAMES u — HERSELF WHEN SHE BANGS UP HER CAR/ I WONDER WHAT . HER EXCUSE WILL 6E THIS ' TIME." ) WHAT HAPPENED, \ i: PETUNIA? ) C. / ^ IT WAS ALL MY FAULT/ I JUST WASN'T PAYING . ATTENTION AND RAN ) I\.1T7~! TUP TtJPC / / ARE YA SURE YOU'RE ALL RIGHT? Hodgepodge 13 ACROSS 1 "Pine Tree Stale" 6 Kenolike game 11 Take into custody Paris of stairs 14 Comely 15 Give as an inalienable possession 16 Bushmen 17 Eaten away 19 Sough (dial.) 20 Bud's sibling 22 Boundary (comb, form) 23 Middling (comb, form; var.) 24 Something ruminated 26 Natural fat 28 School of seals 30 Rocky peak 31 Priority (prefix) 32 Boggy ground (dial.) 33 Smallest amount 35 Brythonic sea god 37 Indian weight 38 Slight taste 40 Recipe (ab.) 42 Depot (a b.) 43 School exams 45 Light touch 47 Port 49 Intimate 51 Masculine' appellation 52 Greeted 53 Onagers 54 Ski as of animals DOWN 1 Carlographs 2 Tapestry 3 Peaceful 4 Seine INTO THE TREE. PRISCILLA'S POP by Al Vermeer IS GOISJG- TO BE A WONDERFUL -r^VACATlON. 1 THE BOYS ARE GOIN& To TAKE US TO PICN-ICS, WE'RE GOIMG- TO WAVE REAL TOGETMERNJESS/ I CAN MARDL.V WAIT TO TELL TMEM) DANCES.. MID-STATES FINANCE CO. (£) :?;< 01 i»L» "-C I M aej u 5 ?j: 0" 528 N. Carroll, Carroll Phone 792-1300 I2-U3-II SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill IVS BEEN BARcAi.\iMG VViTH —, -•-=. PA. ~-r vou PLEAD GUI LTV ON ONE COJNTOF MURDER HELL PROP THE OTHER IO. Junior Editors' Quiz on MOSS THES'LL HAM5 VOL/ \ © JUST ONCE. Answer to Previous Puzzle EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider LAST SHRIUK DR. SANJ& FRO ID FRANK AND ERNEST 5 Italian city 6 How 7 Hops' kiln (var.) 8 Pesterer 9 Singing groups 10 Norwegian city 12 Novice 13 Withstands 18 Native metal 21 Evening meal 23 Absorption daw) 25 Girl's name 27 Implement 29 Pudding, for instance 33 Acquires knowledge 34 Pot-tic contraction 36 Tug at again 37 Asterisks 39 Chief god of Memphis 41 Officer trainee 42 African tree 43 Hurl 44 Openhanded blow 46 Scatters, as hay, 48 Honey maker 50 Falsification iNKW.SI'AI'KK K.NTKKI'lilSK AS.SN > 6 7 8 9 10 QUESTION: What is moss? * * * ANSWER: Mosses are primitive, non-flowering plants that grow on soil, rocks or the bark of trees. Some are aquatic and live in bogs or submerged in streams. They are found all over the world from the Arctic to the Tropics and thrive in a moist situation. These minute green plants lack roots and true stems. The leaves are tiny. They usually grow to form velvety cushions or clusters resembling tiny ferns or trees. It is thought that mosses were one of the first forms of vegetation to appear on the earth and may have reigned supreme for a time. Mosses have created soil suitable to the growth of more complex vegetation, such as ferns, herbs, shrubs and trees. The storage of dust and mud by mosses has directed the earth's covering of vegetation. They help to prevent erosion and flooding by holding the moisture from rains and melting snows. In bogs, mosses decay to form peat, a valuable fuel in northern regions. Peat is ground up and used to improve the soil and hold moisture. 6-18 (Bettylu Knox of South San Francisco, Calif., wins a prize for thin question. Yon 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.) 4 ^ V s 1: 1 A PRO FOOTBALL SIGN-UPS •»— > NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT o AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT o ' • • WORLD FOOTBALL LEAGUE (AMNESTY Q FOR DRAFT EVADERS) , / ; -'./ :; r VI f z g i f 9 $ ALLEY OOP by Dave Graue YOU WILL FIND THAT JOINING US HAS CERTAIN /.YOU WILL SEI PHE ADVANTAGES, AL-LEY / EMPEROR AS AN OOP/ ROR ONE THINS...I AND BE PRIVILEGED TO LATER, MY FRIEND; YOU WILL HAVE NO NEED f O FOR IT ON YOUR FIRST ' r MISSION/ LJH-HUH/ AN'WHEN DO I GET MY AX BACK? WEAR A SPECIAL UNIFORM by NEA. Inc, T.M. Reg. U.S. Pal. W

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