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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Mine Your Attic Gold With A Classified Alt ciip\ for classified ads ;md classi.ied display ads must bo In the Times Herald by 9 a m. day of publication Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday to insu:c publication n.ASSIKlKD DISPLAY Per column inch $171) Additional insertions $150 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDKR One day. per word — I2c Three davs. per word 26c Six days, per word — 38c CARD OF THANKS 2(1 words or less $2.50 Over 20 words lOcperwiiiii Announcements 6 CLEMENTINE'S We are open for business in our new location. 405 The Alley (next to Star Drug) 6-161-tfc RIDICULOUS DAY IN CARROLL Wednesday, July 17 Come to Carroll's Biggest SIDEWALK SALE Lots of Bargains SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS: Two plays presented by the "Iowa Repertory Theatre" 2:00 p.m. Downtown Carroll 8:30 p.m. Graham Park Band Shell sponsored by the Carroll Chamber of Commerce Retailers 6-163-4IC The KNIT-SHOP be closed July 15 thru July 20 6-165-He Lost LOST: BICYCLE, approximately 4 mi. north of Carroll. Reward. Carl Wiederin. 7-165-2tc Lost LOST: SKT of keys on John Whaley chain. 792-16:19. 7-165-,'Hc Personals REDUCK SAFK & fast with C.o- Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water pills". Wilke Drug. 9-165-ltp Business Services 14 JIM'S TREE SERVICE 1 Carroll. Iowa Insured Reasonable rates Phone 792-1484 Jim Ransom H-58-ltp CARROLL COPY CENTER FAST SERVICE Secretarial & Office Services Duplicating & Photo Copying Typing & Mimeographing Addressing & Mailings ' BUSINESS FORMS Mf PRODUCED PHOTOGRAPHIC ELECTRONIC STENCILS ••INSTANT" PRINTING FOR SPECIAL J01S 792-1693 MINNICH ft NEU BLDQ 721 N MAIN CARROLL VACUUM CLEANERS UNLIMITED See on display 9 brand name vacuum cleaners. We service all makes Hoses — Bells — Bags — Repair Many used vacuums for sale. RUTTEN'S VAC SHOP Corner of Main & Hwy. 30 Phone 792-3247 14-161 -lie Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish CELEBRATION MT. CARMEL, IOWA Tuesday, July 16 Rain Date Wed., July 17 STARTING TIME 4:30 p.m. CONCESSIONS KIDDIE RIDES REFRESHMENTS FOOD Cash & Prize Drawings The Sequoia BIERL DEVELOPMENT Invites You to Applewood Knolls... A Fun Place to Live Treat your family to the full pleasure of summer in an air conditioned New home. We have a good selection of 3 bedroom homes. Excellent price range from $32,000 to $44,500. Nice sized 3 bedroom home with formal dining room. Extra large kitchen-family room combination with open stairway leading to lower level for future expansion. 2 full baths. Glass patio door with nice-sized wood patio deck. 2 car garage. Well located lot. Nicely decorated with extra-fine carpet. $38,800.00. Over 180 styles in all price ranges to choose from ... 6 models near completion. Nice selection of lower priced older homes also available. Limited number of choice lots now in process of being paved. Easy financing at moderate interest rates. BIERL DEVELOPMENT, INC. Office: 792-4318 Evenings 792-1086 Ask for Kevin Bierl, Real Estate Manager usiness Services 14 JACOBSEN TRAVEL AGENCY 225 E. 5th Phone 792-4431 Paul Fricke, Manager FOR AM. chain saw sales & scr- vici'. call or see Hoinhart Service. 7th & Hwy :») Phone 792-2126. t-i-tr FOR ALL gasoline engine lawn mower repair call or see Reinarl Service. 7th & Hwy. :W. 14-77-tfc WANT TO do roofing Farm & home. Free estimates. Compare, i 7 12 i l>r>9-3f;.). Tom Sheets. l4-l4()-40tc 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. 1.1 154-llc your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20 °"o this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 PILOT GROUND school now in session. Tuesday and Friday. Fisher Aviation. Inc. 792-9128." 14-l61-9tc TELEVISION SERVICE Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WAITERS' Appliance Center Central Service 792-2fi9K. 14-48-tfc Where To Go 17 1 Dairi) Queen Carroll — Hi-Way 30 & N. West St. RIDICULOUS DAY SPECIAL Good Wed., July 17 ROOT BEER FtOAT 29* R«] US Pat OH Am DO Corp Copyighi 1974 AMI D Q Coru LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE SPECIAL PANCAKE SUPPER Every Wednesday 3 Hot Cakes tf1 O( Bulk Sausage. Coffee Jpl.ZD 2 Hot Cakes ^ 1 1A Bulk Sausage, Coffee <pl. 1U 3 Hot Cakes O[ -., Coffee OD C Served from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. PAULINE'S CAFE Where To Go (with Pizza) Family Night Every Tuesday Night 5 till 9 PITCHER OF POP I With Pizza I .... PIZZA HUT SALAD Art lWithPi/./.a>..... ^±D SMALL PIZZA (Reg. $1.95) MED. PIZZA <t»r) rf\ (Reg. $3.15) tpZ.DU LA ROE PIZZA $0 A (\ (Reg. $4.25) JpO.^U East on Highway 30 Parkway Plaza 17-IOI-Hc BIRTHDAY CLUB Having a Birthday this Week? Celebrate it at. . . RED CARPET LOUNGE 1 '/a PRICE ONTHKDINNKK OKYOritUIOICK. Adults only. Must ShoJlD Good Monday thru Friday]' Help Wanted 23 •INTERVIEWER WANTED for parttimc telephone research work. Not a selling job. Give phone number. Must have private line. Air mail letter including education, work experience a n d n a m es .of references to: A r b i t r o n Research. Field Operations. 4320 Ammcndalc Road. Beltsville. Maryland 20705." 23-165- He GOOD WORKERS needed at once to learn a skilled profession. Good wages, overtime, good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person. World Wide Meats. Denison. 2:i-H4-tfc WAITRESS WANTED. Carroll Country Club. 792-9206. 23-164-tfc WANTKD - IMMEDIATELY beautician to "manage established shop — 807 Prairie. G u t h r i e Center. Iowa 515-747-8267. 23-161-ltc BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted 792-9307 Shop - 792-2152 Home. 23-163-3tc Farm Equipment 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.. Halbur, Iowa. 29-126-tfc Farm Products 31 WE HAVK the hog-pig carriers for 2 and 3 point hitches. Sec 'em at Dedham Welding and Supply. 3l-145-25tc Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE Miteymac 4 wheel skid loaders ore now available. Ausherman Cylinder bars for all combines — It's a belter bar. Elmer Kruse Glidden, Iowa Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, July 15, 1974 8 33-165-lip The Energy Crisis has become a fact no longer to be ignored. And home insulation is the best way to fight the rising cost of fuel. With proper insulation you can save 30 to 50% on your heating and cooling bills. For a free home survey and estimate, with absolutely no obligation, please call today. D & M INSULATION COMPANY CARROLL, IOWA 3707 Oft i 792-2776 Residence u 150 lie • If you get the Times Herald by Mail • You don't have to Miss a Single Issue • And we don't want you to. Here's a quick an easy way to avoid the inconvenience of having your paper stopped. Check the label on your paper now. Look at the top of Page 1. Your name and address are printed there. The number to the right is the expiration date of your paper. (For example: 12-31-74 would mean that your paper expires Dec. 31,1974.) If your paper is close to the expiration day, right now, before you forget, make out a check for renewal. Rural Mail Subscription rates Carroll & Adjoining Counties 1 year $20.00 6 mos. $11.00 3 mos. $6.00 DAILY TIMES HERALD Phone 792-3573 Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED BOARS: Durocs. Spots, Hamps & Chesters. November & December far- row. Vern Reiman. 688-7751. 7 Miles north of Auburn. 41-156-tfc SPF ACCREDITED Spotted Boar. wt. 475. Herb Klocke. Templcton 712-669-354:5. 41-165-2tc Wanted To Buy 53 :) BKDROOM older house with basement. Preferable with Karate. Write Box K-ll Daily- Times Herald. 53-164-3tp For Sale 55 TWO WALK-IN Hog Feeders. 200 bu. size. 689-2517. 55-165-3tp STRAW IN field. Leo Renxe. 792-9091. 55-165-2tc LOFTY PILK. free from soil is the carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-165-He 2nd CUTTING 15 acres alfalfa hay. Tom Simons. 792-1244. 55-165-3tc July is... "Be kind to Pillows Month" Be kind to your pillows . . . and do yourself a favor at the same time by sending them through the HR Cleaners "Refresher Course". The experts will remove all of the feathers, individually clean pillows, sanitize them and put them into brand new ticking. Blanket cleaned FREE with set of pillows. Offer good July 15 to 19, 1974. FREE pickup and delivery. HR Cleaners. 792-4333 55-I63-6IC FOR SALE Panasonic Compnent Stereo Set Year and half old — good condition. Tape deck built in — two 6'/2 inch speakers. Phone 792-9355 55-164-ltp GARAGE SALE Mon., July 1 5 7 to 9 P.M. Tues., July 16 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. 31 1 East 10th • 55 164-2lp Trailers & Pickup Campers Open Evenings Monday thru Friday CORKY'S CAMPERS Harnlin, Iowa Phone (71 2)563-3800 55-134-llc 4 USED riding lawn mowers from S150. Hob's Sport Center. 618 West 8th. 55-146-ltc Wanted To Rent 58 WANTKD TO rent: Three 3 bedroom houses, one 1 or 2 bedroom house or apartment and office space .for Kirby Co. Will furnish references. Atlantic 1712) 243-4432. 58-161-6tc Houses For Sale 63 IX) Bl'Y or sell a home or fn rm . call W i 1s o n K e a I Estate. .Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson. 792-9605. B3-18-21.C Houses For Rent 64 TO FINANCE the home of your choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-29-tfc Travel Capes! Catch all eyes in ma iiKirvclous, :!-color wipes! Crochet one section at a lime, ilien join inlo cuddly, capes for mom - daughter or sislers. I'se worsted. Pattern 7nl!t: Misses' Sixes Si-2ii; Child's -l-lu included. 75 CENTS for uach pattern. Add 25e for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Alice Brooks 1 "> Carroll Dully Times Heruld N'eedlecraft Dt-pt., Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York. N. Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. New! 150 moat popular de- siirus in otir 1974 Needlecraf* Catalog! All crafts: THREE Free designs inside 75o New: Sew -|- Knit Book- - lias Basic Tissue Pattern $1.25 New: Needlepoint Book $1.00 New: Flower Crochet Bk $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book .,..$1.00 Instant Money Book $1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans —14 ....$1.00 12 Prize Afghans =12 50o Book of 16 Quilts -1 50<* Museum Quilt Book £2 .... 5fV 15 Quilts for Today #3.... 50o Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 50 C Used Cars & Trucks 71 66 CHKVKLLK SS 396 Cam & headers. 850 carb. accel ignition, custom paint. S800 or best offer. 792-3387 or 792-1364. 71-164-3tc 68 FORD "N ton pickup — 4 speed. V-8. Real low mileage. Exceptionally clean. Also. TemKen topper — like new. Dedham 683-3541. 71-160-6tc 68 DODC.K Polara 2-dr h'dtop. V-8. automatic, power steering, padded roof, near new rubber, clean & low mileage. 65 Dodge Coronet 4-dr. sedan. V-8. automatic, power steering, near new brakes & rubber . . . Just 56.000 easy miles. WITTROCK MOTORS." 71-163-tfc 1967 OLDS Cutlass h'dtop — straight stick & real clean. S795.00 Glidden Auto Sales. 71-165-ltc 1972 FORD Torino. 2 door hardtop, real sharp. 22.000 miles. Hoys — better take a look at this beauty. McCARVILLE & SON MOTORS. 71-165-ltc Apartment For Rent 65 FIVF. ROOM unfurnished apartment. North side. Adults only - no pets. Call mornings. 792-2741 for appoint- in e n t . Available i m - mediately. 65-152-tfc Motorcycles 73 Auto Service 75 BEFORE YOU pack a suitcase, better pack that car over to Peters Motors. Inc. for a fast thorough tune-up. Make this v a c a t i o n a n e n j o y able one . . . worry free. 75-165-ltc NEW CAR Leasing and Rental Call 792-9236 I ibwo JOHN WHALEY CHEV. Inc. READ THE WAN! ADS FOR SALE A very spacious 3 Bedroom home, 2 blocks from St. Lawrence. This home is beautifully landscaped ... 2 car attached garage, full basement. Hurry and see this one. Pudenz Agency 792-1440 Hob Puden/ Erv Pudcn/ (Jary Kunecke 792-4W6 792-9927 792-3239 63 ., 6 ,., lc Auto Service 75 1972 175 Kawasaki. 792-9857 after 5:30 p.m. 73-165-6tc CAR RENTAL Authorized daily rental service. Check our rates today. HERMAN FORD-MERCURY West of the Mall, 792-1505 75-208.Sir FAST SERVICE, competitive prices, Craig's Gulf, hwy. 30 west, across from Hardee's. 75-41-2tc New Cars A Trucks 76 COMK IN and see all the 1974 Fords — The closer you look, the hctter 'we look — Hrcda Auto Co. 76-?'.'';-tfr 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. EVERY SATURDAY AT 1P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY— 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. SUNDAY, AUGUST 4— PUBLIC AUCTION House, lot & fine antiques. 1:30 p.m. Rain date Sunday Aug.. 11 same time. Bonnie B. Brechler owner 1824 Benjamin Street Carroll, Iowa McCarville & Wieland Auctioneers SUNDAY, JULY 28- PUBLIC AUCTION Furniture and Household items. 1:30 p.m. Glen Brady Owner 710 West 20 Carroll McCarville & Wieland Auctioneers. MONDAY, JULY 2210 a.m., 120 Acre Land Auction, 5Vz miles, south of east edge of Manning, Iowa. Katie Musfeldt, Owner — Meryl Kerkhoff and Merle Stoelk, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, AUGUST 11— 12 o'clock. Vern Liesener Antique Auction including furniture. Menlo, Iowa. Kerkhoff Brothers Auction Service. SUNDAY, AUGUST 2512:30 P.M. Rita Moeller Furniture Auction. 4 mi. south & '4 mi. east of Manning. Kerkhoff Bros. Auction Service. Gen. Spaatz is Dead at 83 WASHINGTON (AP) -The man who directed the smashing of Germany from the air and the final strategic bombing of Japan in World War II, Gen. Carl Spaatz, has died at 83. • • Spaatz, one of the aviation pioneers instrumental in keeping the U.S. Army Air Corps operating after World War I, later served as the first Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. The Air Force said Spaatz died Sunday morning of congestive heart failure. President Truman named Spaatz chief of staff when the independent Air Force was created in 1947. Spaatz retired in 1948 and since then made his home in suburban Chevy Chase, Md. Spaatz participated in combat operations in all theatres during World War II and was present at all three surrender ceremonies which ended the war. A native of Boyertown, Pa., Spaatz graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1914 and won his wings in 1916. Despite serving only 19 days at the front, he was credited with shooting down three German planes in World War I and won t h e Distinguished Service Cross. In World War II Spaatz directed air attacks against the Germans in North Africa and continued that work in Sicily, Italy and Germany. He commanded the U.S. Strategic Air Forces in Europe from before D-Day until the German surrender, and then moved to the Pacific theater to direct the bombing of Japan. Spaatz once remarked that "a second-best Air Force is like a second-best hand at poker — no good at all." Ford Notes 61st Birthday WASHINGTON (AP) Vice President Gerald R. Ford celebrated his 61st birthday with a small dinner party at his home. About 10 personal friends of the Fords were invited to the Sunday night dinner. The family birthday dinner was delayed until tonight when three of the vice president's four children could be there. Legal Notices Notice ol Names of Persons Appearing to be Owners ol Abandoned Property Information concerning the amount or description of the personal property and the name and address of the holder may be obtained by any persons possessing ah Interest in the personal property by addressing an inquiry to the State Treasurer. If proof of claim is not presented by the owner to the holder and If the owner's right to receive the property is not established to the holder's satisfaction within sixty-five (65) days from the date of the second published notice, the abandoned property will be placed no later than eighty-five (85) days after such publication in the custody of the State Treasurer to whom all further claims must thereafter be directed. MAURICE E. BARINGER Treasurer State of Iowa Ph. (515) 281-5540 CARROLL COUNTY Baker, Lucille E. Basinger, Dr. Berschied, G. W., 501 18th PI..Carroll, Iowa Boebel, Dr. K. E. Bryant, Sherry E. Butler, William Corbin, Charles M., Glidden, Iowa Cross, Harold G. Day, George W. Drexler, Z. E. Ericksen, Helen Fennelly, A.M. Irwin, Mrs. Hugh McFarland, Judith McGrane, James P. Nash, Mercedes M. O'Brien, Walter F. Otis, Caroline Palen, Richard D. Peterson, Albert C. Pleasant, Dottie Ritchards, Elizabeth Ritchie, George A., Coon Rapids, Iowa Roetman, Lambert Rome, Elmer Rosacker, Robert Sargent, Richard C. Spellmeyer, Dr. John C. Steenwyk, W. E. Van Swanson, Benola, 1764 N. West St., Carroll, Iowa Thomas, R. D. Touk, Clifford, Rt. 2, Manning, Iowa Trygg, George R. Vollenweider, G. L. Webb, John Werdell, Francis, 72 Center St., Manning, Iowa wiedrier, MeivinU. Woodard, Jerry L. Woods, Ernest B. July 15, 22, 1974 Egypt Ready to Discuss U.S. Claims CAIRO (AP) - The Egyptian government's announcement that it is ready to discuss compensation for expropriated American property will encourage new American investment in Egypt, Treasury Secretary William E. Simon says. The Cairo government announced Sunday that it would set up a joint committee with the United States to review compensation claims. Simon, who is meeting with Egyptian officials in Cairo, said about $7.5 million in U.S. claims are in dispute, and most of them date back to 1960 or before. Simon told newsmen Egypt is exploring two oil finds in the Suez Canal area and hopes to produce up to one million barrels of oil a day by 1980. He said Egypt also may be exporting natural gas in six to eight years. Pope Seems to Be Improved VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Paul VI, looking rested and recovered from a leg ailment, addressed a crowd of about 10,000 in St. Peter's Square. The 76-year-old pontiff spoke with a firm voice in his appearance Sunday, his first since Wednesday when he cancelled his original audience because of the recurrence of arthrosis, a joint ailment in his right knee. Sharp Increase in Red Attacks SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP) — Military sources today reported nearly 700 Vietnamese killed, wounded or missing in a sharp increase in Viet Cong and North Vietnamese attacks Sunday which the Saigon government said was intended to sabotage nationwide election of provincial and municipal councils. The government charged the Communists with 276 ceasefire violations, including 112 terrorist attacks. A spokesman said 24 civilians were killed and 120 were wounded in the terrorist attacks, while military sources reported 70 government troops and 181 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese killed, 236 government troops wounded and more than 40 missing. It was the largest number of terrorist attacks reported in one day since the cease-fire 17 l /4 months ago, but the government said 79.3 per cent of the voters cast ballots. President Nguyen Van Thieu's Democracy party is expected to win most of the seats on the councils, which are virtually powerless.