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Cards Raff Braves; Snap Hitting Slump By ED WILKS The Associated Press The St. Louis Cardinals may be able to manage a smile after drawing,the line at nine consecutive leases by junking Milwaukee's winning ways, but they, have a long way to gp to get a back-in- the-race-again feeling. With a hitting lapse as much to blame as anything for the slump that plunged them out of the National League lead, the Cards swung for 12 hits in beating* the first-place Braves, who had won 10 in a row, 6-2 Friday night. The victory put them within of the Braves, with three more games remaining in the Milwaukee series, and kept St. Louis a point ahead of third-place Brooklyn, a 4-1 winner over Pittsburgh. Chicago's Cubs knocked off fourth-place Cincinnati 8-6 in 12 innings. New York took two at Philadelphia, collecting an 8-7 decision in the completion of an April 28 suspended game, then handing Robin Roberts his 16th defeat 2-1. Sox Blew Chance In the American League, the second-place Chicago,:,; White Sox blew another chance to gain on New York, losing to Detroit 6-2 while Baltimore's rising Orioles knocked off the Yankees 4-3 in 11 innings. The Yanks still lead it by 5*. Boston, with Ted Williams sitting it out because of a stiff neck, was blanked by Chuck StoBbs in Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa .Saturday, Aug. 17, 1957 a 5-0 Washington victory that hoisted the Nats into a seventh- place tie with Kansas City, beaten 4-2 by Cleveland. Conley Clubbed The Cardinals, who also picked up seven walks, clubbed Gene Conley with a three-run first, triggered by Walker Cooper's two- run, two-out double. Del Ennis rapped a three-run homer off Juan Pizarro to wrap it up in the seventh. Lindy McDaniel won his 10th. but 'got the gate when the Braves scored their pair in the seventh with two out. Hoyt Wilhelm, Wilmer Mizell and Billy Muffett finished up. Hank Aaron of the Braves was l-for-5 for a .3326 average, while Card Stan Musial was 2-(or-5 for .3333. Aaron keeps the lead, however, with more at-bats. Arm Trouble Dodger Manager Walt Alston lifted southpaw ace, Johnny Podres,, who admitted to some arm trouble after giving up a walk and Ed Roebuck came on for the last two outs, nailing Podres' 10th victory. Bob Purkey lost his 10th. The ninth was tough for Baltimore's Bill Wight, also. Me had the Yanks in hand with two out, but Yogi Berra came off the bench and hit his 18th home run for a 3-3 tie. Business & Professional Directory Faot! RosI Wants Bout With Brown By WILLIAM J. WAUGH LOUISVILLE, Ky. (fl— Paoli Rosi, the Bronx's transplanted Italian belter, today is ready to guarantee lightweight champion Joe Brown a $50,000 purse for a title fight in Louisville. The offer was made Friday night by his manager, Charlie Johnston, a short time after the sharp- punching Rosi won a split but popular decision over Baby Vasquez of Mexico City. Happy for Chance "I don't say I win—-over Brown —but I be very happy to get the chance," Rosi said with a wide grin. The 28-year-old Rosi weighed in at 136 and Vasquez, 24, at 135. A jarring, right uppercut and superb defense. proved the margin over Vasquez in a fast-moving fight. There were no knockdowns but Rosi's power-packed right shook up the Mexican battler in the fourth round and had him in trouble in the 9th and final round. Eighth-ranked Rosi lost by a TKO to Vasquez in- thir first meeting when Rosi suffered a deep cut over his left eye Judges Agree Judge Walter Beck and Judge Tom Knuckles called it 48-46 and 47-44 respectively in favor of Rosi. Referee Dan Leslie had it 47-45 for Vasquez. Sixth-ranked Vasquez, pointing for a fight with first-ranked Kenny Lane, wouldn't talk, but his manager, Pancho Rosales, said he felt Vasquez won the fight, and they wanted a rematch. W. L WARD D.S.C CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 115 N. CarreH Street Office 97M Heme 9517 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Complete Visual Car* Dr. O. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3311 Office Between Duffy's Beetery and Ellerbroelc'f Closed Saturday Afternoon During Vacation Dr, John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST VMon Specleltet Office Over WoolworMi Store . Hours. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 Complete Visual Care Dr. Rex W. Hinson OPTOMETRIST 102. W. 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Diet M0S — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORN1Y-AT-UAW SMK N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al BOM •peeiallcing In Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 22IS Slim Gate Seen For Title Fight SEATTLE ffl - The two principals in next week' world heavyweight championship fight here returned to heavy training after a day off today and promoter Jack Hurley also scheduled a workout—with the cash register. Deacon Jack ' said fans who want to see champion Floyd Patterson and amateur Pete Rademacher next Thursday already have dropped $150,000 in the till and he expects another $50,000 by Monday. That's about half the total he hopes to collect before the professional from New York and the Olympic games medalist from Grandview, Wash., step into the ring in the 25,000-seat Seattle baseball park Thursday. night. Hurley announced that Tommy Loughran, former world light heavyweight champion who will be the sole referee, will arrive Tuesday. He said Loughran will huddle with members of the Washington Athletic Commission for a study of the state's fistic tules and regulations. Ku Kluxers Enter Team In Tourney NASHVILLE, Tenn. UP)—A team sponsored by the Chattanooga, Tenn., chapter of the Ku Klux Klan won its first-round game in the state Softball tournament here Friday night. The "Knights," as they are called, got less attention from the fans than another, livelier game among the five in progress at the same time. They defeated a team composed of members of various Nashville church sponsored teams 12-0. First Year as Unit This is the first year the team has played as a unit in Chattanooga*! Commercial AA League, although most of its members have played on other, teams in previous years. Team officials have repeatedly said membership in the Klan is not necessary for team membership. The squad wears red and white uniforms, with "Knights of the Ku Klux Klan" lettered in wfcite across the front. Editorial Fire League officials drew heavy editorial fire from the Chattanooga Times for permitting the team to enter. Later, other teams dropped out of the league and were replaced. So far none of the other teams has dropped out of the state tournament because of its presence. Rapids Frosts f 0-6 Win DWARFS SCALES ... at weighing-ln ceremony in Kuemper High School gymnasium here Friday night. Harold (Tiny) Irlbeck finds bath room type scales are inadequate as Kuemper football coach, Steve Garbier, looks on with obvious approval. The husky mainstay of the Kuemper line weighed 225 pounds when he transferred to a beam scale. He has shed 20 pounds this summer and says he is in fighting trim for the upcoming high School football campaign. A total of 54 athletes underwent physical examinations. (Staff Photo) Rams Paste Redskins; Packets Master Cards By PATRICK MCNULTY LOS ANGELES <#>—Ram coach Sid Gillman gives the credit for Los Angeles' smashing 45-14 victory over the Washington Red- Meyers fir Tan Creti ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Janning New York Life Insurance Co. Life, Annuities, Accident, . Sickness, Hospital A Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 COON RAPIDS - The Central State League champions spotted Audubon six runs in the first three innings and then turned oh the pressure to romp to a 10-6 victory ^iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii *rom dale barton's •; EYBOARD Hilbert Koenigs Return from Trip To Colorado Points (Time* Herald Newt Service) HALBUR - Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Koenig, Kathleen and John, returned from a week's vacation through various parts of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schenkelberg and family of Mason City visited Sunday with the former's father, John Schenkelberg. Kathryn Riesselman is assisting at the Farmers Savings Bank, while Mary Jane Berger is on a two-week vacation. ROBERT S. MORROW & CO. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Audita, Systems and Tax Accounting . 100 West Fifth Street — Carroll, Iowa Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 Eeet Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa General Practice —.Obstetrics Fracture* — X-Rayt PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L PASCOI, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetric* Infant Feeding W. L. McCONKII, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Oitoaea* of Eye, Ear, Nate and Throat GlaseM Pitted A, MAS ANNIBBRO, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Disease* of '^•yav Bar, Note and Threat OI»m* Fitted 4, V. SULLIVAN, M.O. , s-.;4li»*«o« and tvmiyrf the Byt $••*** Fitted WALTER A. ANNBBBRO, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNBBBRO, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bone* and Joint* Including Fracture* JAMBS M, TIBRNBY, M.D. Internal Medicine DIAL 3557 "ME... a kilkrl" People just like yourself become killers every day in traffic accident* .,. and to could youl Last year, 40,000 men. women and children died tragically on our highway* —a terrible recordt Can anything be done about it? YES . . . if you halpl Night- School Begins Soon At Manning (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING — Manning ladies' night school classes will begin Wednesday, Sept. 11, and continue for fen weeks. "Cook and Sew Easy" will be the theme for the lessons. Mrs. Marilyn Nelson will assist Mrs. Christine Saunders, homemaking instructor, with the night sessions this year. Movies and 4-H demonstrations will be used, time permitting, in addition to regular lessons. Tentative program is: Sept. 11—"Off With the Old Finish"—quick and easy methods of refinishing furniture. Sept. 18—"Old and New Ways With Yeast"—Dorothy Kusel. Sept. 25—"Sew Easy"—Christine Sanders. Oct. 2—"Sew Easy"—2nd part, Christine Sanders. Oct. 9—"Sew Easy"—3rd part. Oct. 16—"Rule of Nine"—Accessories and how to wear them Marilyn Nelson. Oct. 23—"Cook Today, Serve Tomorrow"—Florence Genzen. Oct. 30 — "Dessert Magic"— Marilyn Nelson.. Nov. 6— "Frosting Fantasies" — Amanda Lamp and Elaine Struve, featuring three-dimensional objects of frosting. Nov. 13—Party with Oriental theme. Here 's how you can helpt O Dri** •ofely, courteoutiy yovrwW. Obierve spied Itmlh, womlng sign*. Where tr«M« laws are ebeye*, deaths *• POWNI © ImUt on itrtet enforcement of all traffic lav*. They work for you, not qgalnit you. When traffic iawt are •triclly enforce**, death* fa POWNI ^fljejoerf J^ser' ^ejg/ jsK^sf ^f C^fNidJJ / ... Published as a publk service in cooperation with 17 M Advertising OouneU and ths Newspaper Advertising » Executive* Association skins to co"-captains Norm Van Brocklin and Bill Sherman. "Those boys have instilled great team spirit in the players, said Gillman, who watched the Rams roll over Washington in their National Football League opener last night before 85,871 Memorial Coliseum fans. Exhibition Season The game, along with the Green Bay-Chicago Cardinals game in Miami, marked the opening of the NFL exhibition season. The Packers whipped the Cardinals 24-16 before 20,820 as Bobby Dillon turned two intercepted passes into touchdowns. An 8-yard Babe Parilli pass to Gary Knafelic provided the clincher in the last period after the first half ended 7-7. Two games are on tap tonight. The Chicago Bears play the Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville, Fla. and the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Baltimore Colts at Hershejjf, Pa. On Sunday the champion New York Giants play the San Francisco 49ers at San Francisco. Old Pro Delivers Van Brocklin, the old pro from Oregon, completed 16 of 28 passes for 227 yards and five touchdowns—all to different receivers. "The Dutchman was absolutely tremendous," said Gillman. who benched Van Brocklin for a good part of last season. Sherman, from his defensive halfback spot, fired up the Ram pass defenders who smothered the Redskin aerial attack. Al Dorow and Eddie LeBaron alternated at quarterback for Washington and managed, between them, to complete eight out of 16 tosses for 105 yards. Court Opens Picket Line DETROIT \m—k strike of Briggs Stadium concession workers that almost shut out fans from Friday night's Detroit-Chicago baseball game appeared near settlement today. Negotiators for Local 705 of the Restaurant and Hotel Employes Union and Sport Service Inc., said they worked out an agreement which would be offered for union Ratification. No details were given pending a membership vote. Few fans who planned to attend the game changed their plans because' of the touch-and-go situation that prevailed until shortly before the contest started. A court order, issued about two hours before game time, broke up the concession workers' picket lines and opened the gates of the 56,000-seat stadium. Of a crowd of 40,000 expected before the trouble developed, 37,445 attended. At issue in the dispute was the demand of some 250 concession workers for a $1 a day increase. The union says concession workers now average from $8 to $8.75 a day. TO RECEIVE DEGREE (Tlmei Herald JTewi Service) MANNING — Mrs. Kenneth (Lois) Laverty is among 217 persons to receive degrees at the summer commencement of Drake University Aug. 23. Mrs. Laverty, who has taught fourth grade in the Manning Schools for a number of years, will receive her B. S. degree in education. HUGE PAINTING One of the world's three largest paintings, the Cyclorama in Atlanta's Grant Park, depicts one of the great moments of its history, the Battle of Atlanta. IIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIII SURE SIGN: Physical examinations for prospective gridders, accomplished this week at Kuemper High School and scheduled next week at Carroll High School, are a sure sign that fall is practically here. Baseball will have its Jest gasp this weekend, and then sports fans can turn their attention to the upcoming football season. Some areas, however, will still Indulge in the diamond sport, but that-is because they do not have a football team. For instance, the pairings for the opening rounds of the annual Sioux City Diocesan Fall High Schbol Baseball tournament have been announced by Fr. Jerome Koenig, Diocesan athletic director. Teams in this area Involved in that tournament will see action at Breda on Sept. 1. At 2 p.m. on that date Early will play Templeton and at 3:30 p.m. Danbury meets Breda. Semi-finals at Breda are scheduled Sept. 3 at 3 p.m. But by and large, the majority of sports fans in this area are getting ready to look over the football talent collected by the various high schools. There's something about fall and football that go together and only the World Series can infringe on that intangible affinity of the two. * * * GIRLS TOURNEY: A girls softball tournament is scheduled in Vail on Sunday. Teams from Schaller, Denison, Sac City, Battle Creek, Manilla, Charter Oak, Lake View and Vail will compete. Pairings pit Schaller against Denison at 7:30 pan. Sunday and Manilla vs. Vail at 9 p.m. On Monday, Sac City plays Battle Creek at 7:30 p.m. and Charter Oak plays Lake View at 9 p.m Friday finds the semi-finals starting at 7:30 p.m. and the championship final will be played on Aug 25 at 9 p.m. in the final game of the season here Friday., . ' ;\ The viitpry added the frosting to the cake as Coon Rapids picked up another half-game on second plac* Carroll. However, Carroll will have • an opportunity to regain that half- game in a contest at Manning on Sunday. ' Coon Rapids will venture outside the league on Sunday with & trip to Slater in the wrap up of the 1957 season, Hopped oivPrescott Audubon hopped all over starter Elmer Prescbtt and scored all six runs in the first three frames. In the first - inning, Jorgensen singled and Lewer fanned. Paul Eagan doubled one run home. Cloy Kneeskern grounded out and Eagari moved to third on the play and scored on an unsuccessful pick-off attempt at third. Roger Law started a rally in the second with a single. Cramer was hit by a pitch and McLaughlin singled to load the sacks. On a pick-off attempt- at first, the ball got away and Law scored. Homer by Law Kneeskern singled in the third and Law drove him across with a home run. Cramer kept the fire burning with a single and McLaughlin beat out an infield single. Cramer scored when the ball was overthrown at first. Coon Rapids got two runs back in the third, Ron Mau singled and Mike Blanchard duplicated. Jerry Ibach grounded into a fielder's choice and Dale McCarty walked to load the bases. Jerry Doran drew a pass to force in Mau and Streams walked to score Ibach. Blanchard walked in the fifth and Doran followed that with a' single. Marvin Streams doubled to score both runners. Big Inning In the sixth, Mau singled and Blanchard doubled. Ibach walked and Doran singled two runs home. Streams singled to score Ibach. Rang walked and then Bob Behrens singled to score another pair. The final tally came in the eighth. Streams doubled and Emery was safe on an error at first base that allowed Streams to score from second. Line Score: Audubon 213 000 000— 6- 9-3 Coon Rapids 002 025 01 —10-12-4 Schwab, McLaughlin (5) and Lewer Prescott, Behrens (5), Doras (8), Monthei (9) and Mau Mrs. Andresen To Teach in Manning Schools (Time* Herald New» Service) MANNING — Mrs. Albert (Grace) Andresen of Manning has signed to teach second grade in the Manning Public Schools this fall. Mrs. Andresen has taught a Jefferson Township school for the past few years. • This school is closing and the pupils are coming to Manning. Mrs. Andresen has a standard elementary certificate, and is taking additional work in Drake University's extension course. C & G.W. Trains Take Employees and Families to Big Picnic Carroll employees of the Chicago, Great Western railroad left here early Saturday for Oelwein to attend the annual picnic of C. h G. W. workers ir> the city park at Oelwein. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Subbert, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kobbe and Francis Conley, accompanied by other members of their families. More than 5,000 persons from every point in the Great Western system were expected to attend the event. Special trains from St. Paul, Kansas City, Omaha and Chicago were carrying the picnickers to Oelwein, one of the main division points of the railroad. Junior Auxiliary At* Manning Elects < Timet Herald New* Service) MANNING — Members of the Junior American Legion Auxiliary held a business meeting and election of officers at the Manning City Park Wednesday, Aug. 14. Carolyn Pratt is the new president: Jo Ann Peters, vice president; Jo Ann ePters, vice president; Diane Heithoff, secretary; Sandra Johnson, treasurer; Kathj* Johnson, historian; Sherri Loucks, chaplain, and Janice Peters, sergeant-at-arms. Following the business meeting, the girls played games, with prizes to Sandra Johnson and Sandra Schrum. A sack lunch was served. Milwaukee Owner Exudes Confidence As Braves Bid for Pennant Clincher By CHUCK CAPALDO MILWAUKEE Wl-Owner Lou Perini of the Milwaukee Braves, showing none of the caution of his field manager or his players, has "no doubt whatsoever" that his club will win the National League t^^Smimmmmmmmmmmmmiimmmmmmmtm MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Mi. Day 8540 Ph. Night 2618 CerroH, lew* John Vonderhelden . • Moving Agent* for N «Hh American van tlnat, inc. At the same time, Perini, who is chairman of the board of the club, says he thinks it's "too early" to talk about a contract renewal for Manager Fred Haney., Perini made the observations Friday night after watching the Cards, who had lost nine games in a row, break his league-leading Braves' 10-game winning streak with a 6-2 victory. The Braves still own a hefty, 7V4-game lead. Too Soon Perini indicated his only concern was that the Braves would clinch the pennant too soon. "I wouldn't like to see us clinch it -too soon,", he said, "because then there'd be a letdown. The only thing I worry about is if something should happen to the Yankees and we can't get a crack at them." "Of course," Perini, continued, "we haven't got it won yet, but I don't see why any club should overtake us. "I can't see how we can lose. The players are completely sold on themselves. They're not yelling about it, but they know they've got it. I don't believe in being coy about it, though." No Criticisms As for Haney, who is working on a one-year contract, Perini said, "I'd like to know where could criticize him." Perini added: "He knows himself whether he is doing a good job or not. There is no reason for a manager to be concerned about next year if he's doing a good job. He hasn't misused hit talent. That's what he will be judged on. "I'm" not going to w a word about his contract for 'S8 and I'm sure Mr. Haney is not losing qne ounce of sleep worrying about it," Mrs. Shickell to Teach English in North Des Moines <T1me» Herald News Sen-Ice) RALSTON—Mrs. Eldon Shickell has signed a contract to teach Junior High English in one of the Saydel schools in North Des Moines, beginning Sept. 3. Mr, and Mrs. Myron Gregory and daughters attended a family picnic at Graham Park in Carroll Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs Alva Noble of Independence, Oregon, who visited here for several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McDonald. Attending the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henning, Patty and Jimmy, Mr and Mrs. Clarence McDonald, Richard and Dennis, Mrs. Ruth Marquar, Judy and Gregory of Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Gregory, Jo Ann and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McDonald and Shirley Mae, of Glidden, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald and John Jay of Carroll. Mrs. Tom Kuebler is at Eagle Grove visiting in the Eddie Kuebler home and making the acquaintance of their baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Patrick and Mr. and Mrs. George Gre gory were Sunday • night supper guests in the Clarence Moad home at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tranter at tended a Chicago North Western picnic Sunday in a park at Boone, Mrs. Ed Kreger and Mrs. J. A Tranter were'Des Moines visitors Thursday taking Mrs. Robert Nich olson and children home after a visit with the Tranters. Bobby Peters is spending this week in the home of his cousin, Doyle Douglass. Loop Standings w 17 13 9 9 5 S Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda B 14 .263 llUt Friday's Results: Coon Rapids 10, Audubon 6 Sunday's Game: . Carroll at Manning 6 10 11 14 14 Pet. .850 .684 .474 .450 .263 GB 3tt 7V4 8 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. -Pet. Gr .B. Milwaukee 71 43 .623 — St. Louis 63 50 Brooklyn 64 51 Cincinnati ; 61 53 Philadelphia 59 55 New York 54 63 Chicago 43 69 Pittsburgh 41 72 .558 m .557 7Vfc .535 10 .518 12 .462 18Vi .384 27 .363 29tt Today's Schedule Pittsburgh at Brooklyn New York at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Chicago St. Louis at Milwaukee Friday's Results Chicago 8, Cincinnati 6 Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 1 New York 8-2, Philadelphia 7-1 (first game completion of suspended game of. April 28) St. Louis 6i Milwaukee 2 Sunday's Schedule New York at Philadelphia (2) Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2) Cincinnati at Chicago <2) St. Louis at Milwaukee (2) Monday's Schedule No games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. 74 40 New York Chicago ._ Boston 68 45 61 53 56 56 56 58 55 60 43 72 43 72 .649 — .602 .535 13 .500 17 .491 18. .478 19V4 .374 IVk .374 3m Baltimore _ Detroit Cleveland ._ Kansas City Washington Today's Schedule Boston at Washington Baltimore at New York Chicago at Detroit Cleveland at Kansas City (N) Friday's Results Washington 5, Boston 0 Baltimore 4, New York 3 (11 innings) Detroit 6, Chicago 2 Cleveland 4, Kansas City 2 Sunday's Schedule Baltimore at New York (2) Boston at Washington Chicago at Detroit (2) Cleveland at Kansas City Monday's Schedule Cleveland at Kansas City Only games scheduled Walter Burkemo, former P&A champion, turned in the best score (or one round in the U. S. Open at Inverness when ho shot a final round 65 to tie for fourth place with Julius Boroo It's a "Down to Earth Idea and you'll be "glad" you thought of ''planting" your 8d in the TIMES HERALD classified section. If you grow beans, beets, carrots or vegetables of any kind, why not sell them when the demand Is the greatest? Call 3873 and place your ad today! Dial 3573 Daily Times Herald

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