Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 11, 1974 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1974
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TT" Want Ads Ut«d Can & Trucks 71 74 DODGE Dart Sport - slant 6 .automatic, radial tires — Pos- sitively cannot be told from new. Save big here. 70 Chevy Nova 2-dr. V-8, autdmatic. power steering, padded roof. plus air with low mileage. WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-159-tfc Auto Service Motorcycles 73 1971 SUZUKI 250 Savage, good condition, one owner 792-1129. 73-162-3tc FOR SALE: 1965 Honda - only 5.000 miles. 1972 Yamaha 360 trail — 2,350 miles. 792-9990. - . 73-162-ltp SUMMERS HERE! - Enjoy it on a Suzuki! Rob's Sport Center. 618 West 8th. 73-147-ltc Auto Service 75 CAR WHIZZING? Radiator boiling? Come to Peters Motors for fast, courteous service. 75-162-ltc Whether you're planning a summer vacation, or simply want to beat the heat, let Denny Alspach install a dependable, economical air conditioner in your car or truck. Enjoy years of trouble-free air conditioning comfort in your car or truck. And an air conditioner ac tually increases the value of you car or truck. DENNY'S 66 SERVICE 329 E. 6th 75-UIMlc imes Herald, Carroll, la. burtday, July 11, 1974 75 775x15 AND 825x15 4-ply nylon tubeless tires. $17.98 each mounted and balanced plus F.E.T. Craig's Gulf-Neppl Oil, Hwy. 30 west across-frnm Har- dee ' s - 75-37-2IC 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-I96-61C New Cars & Trucks 76 COME IN and see all the 1974 Fords — The closer you look, the better'we look — Breda Auto Co. 76-71'fi-tfr NEW & USED CARS CALL Jerry Welch 792-9236 . JOHN WHALEY CHEV. Inc. 76-83-ltc New Peak in Power Usage COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa ( A P )—Power usage has reached a new peak in Council Bluffs, according to an Iowa Power and Light Co. spokesman. Tuesday's usage was 898 megawatts, compared with the old record of 853 megawatts reached last August. Council Bluffs has been recording the state's high temperatures during the last few days of Iowa's current heat wave. FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, JULY 13 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp The sale last week was much larger than expected. We had a good run of livestock with plenty of buyers for them. If fou need livestock of any kind be sure to contact us. It looks like another nice sale this week. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 30 Black Whiteface & Black heifers. Vacc. 460 Ibs. 40 W. F. heifers. Green & Vacc. 450 Ibs. 5 .Crossbred steers - 450 Ibs. • 3 Angus steers - 450 Ibs. 5 W. F. steers - 425 Ibs. 20 W. F. heifers - 350 Ibs. 3 Shorthorn heifers - open - 750 Ibs. Plus some market cows and several baby calves. HOGS 36 Feeder pigs - sprayed & wormed - 40 Ibs. Plus several more pens of all weights. MISC. Several small articles each week. C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Paul Grote Owners and Operators Barn Phone 792-2572 Located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30, </4 North Wide World Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 — Piedras, Puerto Rico 4 Native of Latvia 8 Arabian gulf 12 Sea eagle 13 Martian (comb, form) 14 Extinct bird of Mauritius 15 Carlsbad Cavern inmate 16 Mackerellike fishes 18 Broke in two 20 Coat with tin- lead alloy 21 Prefix in Cornish names 22 Pitcher 24 Ireland 26 Biblical country 27 Brazilian macaw 30 Conductor 32 Showed mercy to . 34 Felt 35 Salad ingredient 36 Paid notices 37 Was borne 39 Lifetimes JO Dreadful 41 Uncle (Sp.) 42 Idolize 45 Angler's fly 49 Act of reversing 51 Girl's name 52 Friends(Fr.) 53 Monster 54 Indian weight 55 Couches 56 Individuals 57 Before DOWN 1 Insurgents (coll.) 2 Persia 3 Certain Canadians 4 Natives of Lapland 5 Great Lake 6 Offer in payment 7 Toddler 8 Viper 9 Portal 10 Tributary of the Tweed 11 Proboscis 17 In time (music) 19 Artificial 44 bodies of water 46 23 Enfeeble 47 24 Lohengrin's 48 bride 50 25 Organ part Legal Notices Breeze-Easy! Printed Pattern SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turntr IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TOCREDITORS Probate No. 10755 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Adelaide Spaen Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Adelaide Spaen Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of July, 1974, the last will and testament of Adelaide Spaen deceased bearing date of the 3rd day of June, 1970, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Leonard H. Spaen was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 10th day of July, 1974. Leonard H. Spaen Executor of said Estate 218 East 1st St. Carroll, Iowa Ralph M. Crane Attorney for said Executor Carroll, Iowa Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 18th day of July, 1974. July 11, 18, 1974 Environmental Suit Dismissed DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— A lawsuit filed 18 s months ago by three environmentalist groups in connection with the Savior^ ville Dam and Reservoir project has been dismissed by U.S. District Judge William Hanson. The groups had complained the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was not paying enough attention to the consequences of the Ledges State Park near Boone of the project. Judge Hanson said the completion of an environmental impact statement on the ecological consequences of the project was the ultimate objective of the suit. That statement was filed May 29. The focal point of the court battle was a fight to save the Ledges from flooding. The Corps contends flooding of the park by impounded waters of the reservoir would be minimized. Dismissal of the. suit means the Corps legally will be able to close the dam anytime after July 29. Phony Lace Because a 1662 prohibition on foreign lace was enacted in England, Brussels lace was smuggled into England and sold fraudulently as "point d' Angleterre." In time, Angleterre became the term used by the French for all Belgian lace. 9138 ^ ^ \\l (NEWSI'AI'EK ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Zeal Of Aragon Plexus (anal.) Bustle (pi.) Weirder Violently Fashion Attire Fork prongs Yemenite Greek commune Roman poet Skin opening At all times Uncommon Canal locks in Michigan (coll.) Cool, light tent — such a comfort to start the day in, to come home to at night! Whip it up for littlt 1 money in polyester-cotton blend. Printed Pattern 9138: Half Sizes 10M-, 12%, 14V 2 . 16%. 18%, 20V 2 .Size 14% (bust 37) takes 1% yards 60-inch. Send $1.00 for cac.h pattern. Add 25!" tor eacli pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin <•; Dully Times tlci aid Pattern Dept., 232 West IStli St., New York, N. Y. 100U. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STVLE NUMBER. ONK FU10K PATTKKX of your choice to send for. one fren pattern inside NEW SPUING- STMMKU PATTKUN CATALOG. 100 styles, all si/os. fn-o pattern coupon. Send 7f>i- now. SEW-)-KNIT Book with basic tissiif pattern. $1.25 Instant Fashion P.ook SI.00 Instant Sewing 13cok iSl.OQ Plant Ordered to Curtail Dust MASON CITY, Iowa (AP)—A Mason City cement plant has been given until Nov. 1 to finish devices to curtail cement dust emmissions. The Air Quality Control Commission of the Department of Environmental Quality held a public meeting in Mason City Wednesday with city residents and officials and workers from the Lehigh Cement plant. The commission ordered plant production curtailed by 20 per cent until the control devices are installed. -Junior Editors' Quiz on- COCKLES "Won't he be adorable a few years from now in ragged jeans?" THE BORN LOSER "We've been hunting in circles for a place to sit, Elmo! Here's that bean salad we passed an hour ago!" by Art Sonsom QUESTION, POOOR ? BUGS BUNNY by Heimdohl & Stoffcl THANK LIKEWISE/ BOOKER. A HOOKER. STOCK BROKERS WHAT WAS THAT ALL SOME NONSENSE A6OUT "TARNISHING THEIR IMAGE"/ CEPRIC AND I RECEIVE. A SMALL DAILY / -\ STIPENP ABOUr.V 'NOT TO LOITER A&OLVT THE ENTRANCE .' PRISCILLA'S POP by Al Verm««r I'M PROUD OF YOU, DEAR! YOU HAVEN" SMOKED AUL •\EVENIINJGr. 1 ' KNEW I FORGOT ME AND MY BIGr MOUTH.' SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill FRANK AND ERNEST DO <VOU SURRENDER? OH, HEAVENS, NO/ITS TEA TIME AND WE SEEM A BIT SHORTOF SU6AR. COULD VOLJ CHAPS SPARE A CUP? EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider 7 V6U FbOR SLOB! GOT ABSOLUTELY SO/AJG FOP. SOU ! I R6ALC.V OUISH 1 COULD HBLP TRY AW > ARDLOG.V I I QUESTION: What is a cockle'.' * * # ANSWKR: The cockle is a shell fish closely related to the oyster. It is a bivalve mollusk; the shell is divided into halves. The cockle has ribs on the shell which aid in gripping the sand. It lias no head, but a large, powerful foot, which it uses to burrow in the sand. It lives in sand and mud in shallow water, often in sea inlets. It feeds on planktonic organisms. Cockles found in the British Isles and along the Baltic Sea are a popular article of food. They are found in densely populated beds which sometimes move along with the currents. The American cockles are closely related to the European species, but are seldom used for food. There are the Icelandic cockles found in the cool sections of both oceans: yellow cockles found south of the Carolinas; the Nuttall's cockles of the Pacific: and the giant Atlantic cockles of the southern Atlantic and CJulf C'oasts. 7-1 1 (Cheryl [son af Sparks, Maryland, uvV/.v a prize for this question. Yon can win $JO cash plus AP's handsome Work! Yearbook if vow question, mailed on a postcard to Junior l-'.ditors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) by Bob Thaves WHfcM X SAW TH£ coir of LlVltifr WAS C-OINC- UP FASTER THAN MY SALARY... ..I DECIDED TO ftUlT SO X WOULDN'T LOS* ANY MOR£ frftOUMD. -i-ii s v a ALLEY OOP by Dove Groue WELL? DID \OU DEAL, \ EXCEPT TOR THE wrm THE LIEUTENANT'S^ BOWMAN THEY ARE ASSOCIATES ? ,</NO MORE , GENERAL / THE BOWMAN??/ YOU HAVE / AS CONFUCIUS SAY.' TMAT'S ME/I 7 DONE WELU.l MOST OF THOSE WHO MUST FLEE/ /I AM PLEASBPiV RUN AWAY, LIVE TO r-T PtOT

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