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"Impossible!" "Real surprised!" ,.*• * .-•'"" "I'm overwhelmed!" /'' ,•• "Unbelievable!" "Good response!" "Wonderful!" e> "I don't believe it!" "Fabulous!" "Didn't work!" "Sold immediately!" "Fantastic!" "Incredible!" "Lots of calls!" "I'm convinced!" "Delighted!" Approximately 14 out of every 15 Register and Tribune Want Ad users have nice things to say about classified advertising. If you've never ordered a Want Ad, call 284-8141 and ask for June Bell. (Dial 800-362-1836 Free and Direct it you live outside Des Moines). The odds are about 14-1 in your favor that the small cost of your ad will be money well spent. D«t Humane Society Eye* Netu /mage WIREPHOTO(AP) JoAnne Hendricks, a University of Iowa coed from Boone, la., combined work with pleasure Friday by catching up on her studies while sunning A Study on the Beach herself on the beach at Lake Macbride north of Iowa City. Friday turned out to be a fine day for sunning as highs across the state ranged from 82 to 91. Breakdown in 'PREVIEW OF YOUR ENTERTAINMENT Rail Talks Told The Best on TV Today CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) — Charles Luna, president of the i United Transportation Union, reported Friday a in negotiations with the HAMPTON TEEN DEATH RULING (The Register's laws Newt Service) DUBtTQUE, IA. - State Representative Ted R. Ellsworth (Rep., Dubuque) was elected President of the Dubuque Humane Society Thursday night. He called for an improvement In the society's image with the public, • more substantial financial footing and wide-ranging community service. The interest in the Dubuque Humane Society's "image" came after an early June incident when a German Shepherd brought to the shelter was reportedly put to sleep — but it was a clerical error. The dog had been sold and later was returned to his rightful owners. Ernest Zuerrer Dies of Injuries (The Register'} lows Newi Service) FORT DODGE, IA. - Ernest Zucrrer, 54, of Fort Dodge died of injuries suffered in a two-car crash eight miles west of here Friday on a county road. He was alone in his car. Occupants of the other car, Mrs. Margaret Peed, 56, of Somers, her daughter, Valerie, 16, and Mrs. Donna Marie Cutting, 36, all of. Somers, were taken to Lutheran Hospital here with multiple fractures. Mrs. Peed was identified as driver of the second car. By Jack Hovelson (Register Staff Writer) The Register presents the pick of the tiay's network television entertainment — PRE-viewed by the Register staff of tKW5IBr „„ breakdown experts who have attended rehearsals, screened films and read' UA1UDTn .j TA he nation's scripts in New York and Hotlyujood. Alt times shotwi are Central! HAMFIUW, IA. r"ailro°ad7in "the I protracted ^Daylight. Today's best: •« ™ »* HOGAN'S HEROES — Lovely Ruta Lee guests as a defector to the Nazis. Before meeting her, the Heroes, winking she's a man, hatch a plot to rub hereout, butwhen she proves to be a i -A »h ,r , f «,WM, beautiful girl, they modify their plans, deciding just to ruin her Luna said the dispute, which , nir It' a concession pute over elimination of firemen from diesel locomotive crews. bega " K \ »n C t a h ™nf moves back to the processes of , ^ Propaganda Ministry. It's a concession ithat nets them a barrel of trouble and the viewer a good deal amus€ment (rcrun) . 8 p . m ., C BS: KELO-TV, #oux Falls; ,.-.., i i_ » i f^»«™ , OI aillUSCIIieiH IICIUII;. o y.lll., \suai M»mamjw-»»» ^««nu» • ••••-, the Railway Labor Act f om KGMKTV, Maso. City; KHQA-TV, Hanni..,„„..„ ., ».. ,.i™ hv «™*.«i. ba]; RMI £ G Sioux ' city; KRNT-TV,.Des Mdnes; WHBF-TV, Rock Island; WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids; WOW-TV, Omaha. consent several months ago." A committee composed of union and railroad representatives has been studying all aspects of the dispute since April. Luna expressed disappointment that the "fresh approach" to settling the dispute had failed. He said he was still hopeful thatsettlement could be reached "at the bargaining table." CHANNEL CHUCKLES By Bil Keane Orpha Shepard . Rites Today Mrs. Orpha Fay Shepard, 76, of 4047 Eighth St., died early Friday morning at Broadlawns Hospital following a lengthy illness. Services will be at 10 a.m. today at Arnold's Highland. Park Funeral Home with burial at Highland Memory Gardens. A native of Belle Plaine, la., Mrs. Shepard had lived in Des Moines 50 years and was a member of the Highland Park Christian Church. Survivors include a son, MAN'S BEST FRIEND Hugh, Des Moines; daughter, B H 0 P A L , INDIA (REU- Mrs. T. R. Nichols, pes,TERS) — A poor tailor trying Moines; a sister, Mrs. Millie j his luck at diamond mining Curtis, Mason City; two grand- near here found a 28.1-karat children ancj six great-grand- 'stone worth more than children. $24,000. 1-26 "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones!" DES MOINES KRNT-TV 8 6:30 Rural America 2:30 Zoo Show 7:00 Gophers 7-.30 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Huck, Yogi 9:00 Billy Wiley 9:30 Superman 10:30 Herculoids 11:00 Shanan 11:30 J. Quest 12:00 Moby Dick 12:30 Lone Ranger 1:00 Teen Town 1:30 Wacky Uaces 2:00 Archie Show 2:45 Gidget 3:15 Circus Parade 3:30 la. Varieties 4:00 Am. Golf 5:00 Animal World 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 J. Gleason 7:30 My 3 Sons 8:00 Hogan 8:30 Petticoat Jet. 9:00 Mannix 10:00 News, Movie DES MOINES 7:00 Agriculture 7:30 Popeye 8:00 Super 6 8:30 Cool McCool 9:00 Flintstones 9:30 Banana Splits 10:30 Underdog 11:00 Story Squares 11:30 Untamed 12:00 Roaring 20's 1:00 Baseball WHO-TV 13 4-.00 Sports Lib. . 4:30 Mr. Roberts 5:00 Dragnet 5:30 NBC Report 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 Adam-12 7:00 Get Smart . 7:30 Ghost 8:00 Big Show 10:00 News, Sports 10:30 Tonight DES MOINES 8 a.m., Cartoon 8:15 Misterogers KDIN-TV 8:45 Cartoon 9:00 Volume See 11 AMES " 7:30 Gulliver 8:00 Casper 8:30 Flicka . 9:00 Spiderman 9:30 Voyage 10:00 Journey 10:30 Roy Rogers 11:00 Jungle George 11:30 Bandstand 12:00 Noon Report 12:30 Happening WOI-TV 5 3:00 Blackfoot 3:30 Western Th. 4:00 World, Sports 5:30 Jim Thomas 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 Dating Game 7:00 Newlyweds 7:30 L. Welk 8:30 Johnny Cash 9:30 Bill Anderson 10:00 J. Davidson San Diego Greets Woman After Pacific Voyage SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) — Sharon Sites Adams, a housewife, sailed into San Diego Harbor to a horn-tooting, fireboat- spraying welcome Friday after crossing the Pacific Ocean in a 31- foot boat. Several hundred lookel on as the skipper ette, first woman ever to make the crossing alone, had an emotional reunion with her sailing instructor - husband and friends, "At this moment I'm a very proud woman," she said tearfully. Behind lay a 5,618-mile lone voyage from Yokohama, Japan, which started, she said, "74 days, 17 hours and 15 minutes earlier—last May 12. In the course of the perilous voyage she: Survived several gales, in thel worst of which her 31-foot-ketchJ Sea Sharp II flopped over on itsj side, but righted itself. spectators the mid-Pacific about a third of the way across. Her husband,' AI Adams, 54, escorted her down the coast | after locating her offshore in his power sailboat, Aikani. Boat Escort A dozen sailboats and motorboats escorted the Sea Sharp II as it crossed San Diego Bay in tow of the Aikani. Sprays arced into the air from a fireboat'i nozzles and small boats shrilled their horns. Some 200 spectators cheerf under balmy gray skies fron Shelter Island in the bay. Adams, hugging his wife tightly, was asked what he thought of her accomplishment. "It's most incredible," said the sea-going veteran, who taught her to sail. "She's actually done the impossible. So many of the yachting f rater- 1:00 Roller Derby 11:00 News, Movie .2:00 Hands, Wheel' Radio AM (standard kc) 640—WOt, Ames; educational . 910—WSUI, Iowa City; educational 940—KIOA, Des Moines 1040—WHO, Des Moines; NBC 1150—KWKY, Des Moines 1350—KRNT, Des Moines; CBS 1390— KCBC, Des Moines; Mutual 1460—KSO, .Des Moines; NBC FM (megacycles) 88.1—KDP3 (FM), Des Moines; educational 90.1—WOI-FM, Ames; educational; stereo 91.7—KSUI (FM), Iowa City; educational; stereo 97.J—KDM1-FM, Des Moines 100.3—WHO-FM. Des Moines 93.3—KWDM-FM, Des Moines; stereo 94.9—KFMG (FM), Des Moines 104.1-KLFM, Ames; stereo; ABC-FM The death 18-year-old Hampton youth as he slept in the back seat of a car near here a week ago has been ruled accidental, according to the Franklin County sheriff's office. .Leslie E. Pingel died of carbon monoxide fumes that had collected in the car, according to an autopsy report by Dr. Richard Munns of Hampton, county medical examiner. j Pingel and Gary Burman, 18, of Hampton, shortly before S a.m. last Saturday drove to a construction site where they were employed' and then slept in the car while waiting for their foreman. The foreman failed to arrive and Burman, who was in the car's front seat awoke at 10:30 a.m. After he was unable to waken Pingel in the back seat, Burman drove to Hampton where Pingel was pronounced dead. Pingel, owner of the car, had told his father that he noticed exhaust fumes leaking into the car a few days before the incident, according to Franklin County Chief Deputy Sheriff Richard L. Conrad. Conrad said that although the car wasn't running while the boys slept, a lethal amount of carbon monoxide apparently had seeped inside the auto in the ten minutes it took them to drive to the construction site. "The wing window on the driver's side was broken and couldn't be closed. That probably let in just enough air to save Burman," Conrad said. He said Burman became ill from the fumes, however. Pingel was the son of Mr. INDIA PROJECT NEW DELHIA, INDIA (REUTERS) — The government has approved the setting up of a Rural Electric Corporation with U.S. a ss istance of $139,968,000. RAINS KILL 20 TRIVANDRUM, INDIA (REUTERS) — At least 10 persons died in torrential rains and fierce winds that lashed Kerala state this week, officials said Friday. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION afety It requesting employes blanket Hall MaPleton, Iowa for er, Wet well, Lift and 24th. 9:20 A.M. I ondav'at Arnold's land Park Funeral Home.. ' vill b ' " tor samuei o. Park will be at High- Inter- 6AisF6R6-Por information reoerd- ln« services tor sarni BassforoV13l3 and Saturday to pay respeejs to E. Ivan Curtis ot Washington, D.C. Con lev Service Colonial Funeral Chapel 1421 man street jwYE ft^-Servleei, for Clara uwver of 422j| A Urbarji«l« will. b..> Sajyrday, TO AM at Rosary 7:" on Holy PM I .. ..... Trinity Church. -.30 PM Friday, at Dun Grand. Catholic . p.aughters unn's be 1 ." Saturday"at" Lufrier Memorial Pine Hill. Dahl- Church. Interment Strom Service. S—Servic HARMS ces and Mrs. Hampton. Robert Pingel of i Harms ot 409 Fifteenth will be Saturday 2:30 P.M. at Dunn's on _ Grand. Interment Glendale. hofe, 55S3 Southwest Fortv-efohth Avenue will be Saturday 2 PM at Central Gospel Chanel, interment Resthaven. Friends may call at the Westover Funeral Home, Memorials to the Central Gospel Chapel Camp i fund acceptable. KX'GEL—For Information, regardinq services for Mrs Anna M. Kuael of 664 Thirty-first street, call Caldwell-Brlen-Robblns 343-OSS5 PITTINGTON—Services tor Ray Pit- tlnaton of 1M8 Seventh St. will be Saturday 1 PM Dunn's on Grand. Interment Glendale Cemetery. SHEPARp-Servlces fo? qrpha..Fay Dr. Chappell To College Job COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. (AP) — Dr. Harold Chappell, director of secondary education for Council Bluffs Community Schools, has resigned effective Sept. 1 to take a college position. Dr. Chappell will accept a post as chairman of the Department of Teacher Education and associate professor of education at Southwest Missouri State College, in Springfield, Saturday.l.PM.Dunp's on Conn ShebarcT of iOtf'ViqWh ~S't7 ; wlli be at 10 A.M. Saturday at Arnold* Highland Pork Funeral Home. Interment Highland Memory Gar- S~HEPHERD—For Information, regard-' pherd. Funeral Arnold's Hlahland-p-Trlc Funeral Home. T-FoTTtifprmatlpn regarding ^.-.- - ...-..-jiOTarli Funeral Home. WEST-ForTTnformiUon regarding services for Mrs. Ecilth Welt, of uoo Lay street call the Danlitrom Funeral Home, Wr-i' -Services for Mrs. Edith Wit of MOO Lav Street will be 1 P.M. Monday at the Dahlstrom Funeral Mom«. Intormiint L»ur«l Hill. pg*bV "~ NOLAN-Servlces for PauiDTNolan, 2 P.M. Monday, Fouch Funeral Home. Interment Glenwood Ceme- terv. Ooi1«n. In. DIC.KEY—Service for Robert Dickey ••'ill be Sunday 3:00 P.M: In the Christian Church. Interment Harper Cemetery Fisher Funeral Homes Adel-RodfleJd-ynn Meter 8:00 TONIGHT LeCOCfc-Jervlces for Cpcq will h- Monday"if i . the Co Ins Funeral Home. m«nt Wlnt«rs.et Cemetery ..S'f nter- T ? AI \P Pf THANKS published In The Reaiiter «nd Tribun* It a fit- ng way o expreu your apprecia- floral trbutei, qlfts and dneesM. Call JI4-IU1 for •uaatsttd mesuaei. ng way o tion of flor other klndne OajMtary Lotti MonuMinU 4 SPACETTtigRland Memorial Garden, Lord's Supper. MM. 1U.7MS Had a total of 10 days calm jj^* 011 * 111 U couldn>t during which she leaned over ^^^•^-*^CiUr - -i;;.?? acles and. moss with a kitchen | ran g letter ffom Idljo paring knife. j j or( j n^yor O f Yokohama, pay- Saw 24 ships en route and j - mg "respectful tributes" for her waved at some with a signal j understanding. San I Cur-1 flag but was "ignored like I was out for a Sunday sail." Lost 15 Pounds i The 5-foot-7 mother of two, j down 15 pounds from her nor- i mal 115, told newsmen that as her boat sat becalmed in fog 90 miles off the course, a ship approached her. "It came straight for me, and then finally changed its course a. bit," she said. "I was waving my arm off." She wore a pink sleeveless pantssuit with a long-sleeved white blouse and a neck bib ornamented with a gold sea horse. Was she hurt at any time? Minor Injuries "A few minor things, I have some pretty good bruises left. I'm not sure I don't have a broken bone in my right foot." After 40 minutes on a mast to replace a broken block, she said, ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S SIISPEIIMSEFIIL SEX MARNIE 1540 2nd Aye. FLOWERS BY M| OL$AN f S |.«J5J rnPPTHEDREIHEANCONNERY She went weeks without being i she came down with the left arm seen. The only word of her un- of her sweatshirt saturated with; blood and had sore hands for til the last few days came from an ocean liner that stopped in and quite awhile. GER vie. w GLAS berry. 2230. KEYS on ring found thVee V call an ou can run a tounTiT" .Ines fir Three Davi Ad-VUor M4-JU1?

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