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THE DAILY HAH. HACERSTOWN, MD-, SATURDAY, DECEMBER M, IMS. THIRTf** FUcM F*r IM* 751 Utol Notic** TO - - -- OF CHAKUM U rwnw. Fhea* Utf.M »a«r 5 p. «. AJs'DJBKSOX l*ie wt Hi. DUiHcl All D»y 8»W*».v and 8»ad»y. X. JONATHAN ST.-- 1SWI . . . room. Available Jan. lit, 1»61. Patterson Realtors i? N. Potomac St. -Ph. 4t61-67«« Hetwn For Rent 77 SIX RM. % ibl». Hot * cold water; alon« (late h«Uwy. Clou Kobrere. vlllt. Lawn Ire, garten. I'll. 3:71. Offices and Dmk Room 78 THREE connecting tffflcu, 2 f»cln«r on Potomac St., t 2nd fir. Rental J50 mptith. OccuiMuicy Jan. 1. Loc. 17 N. Potomac, Inquire at B«nti D u n n Shoe store. LARGE front office for rent, 1st fir. 170 W. Wanhtngton St. Apply game. Phone U»«. Notk-» to hereby Klveu. Ttiat ih« | uktu-rtber ha» obtained from tb« rpiuuu' Court of Waiblnctou County. -Auclllarr fettauieutary on the MUU of Ch»rf«» L. ; And«r- ·on, late of Il»lrlet of Columbia, dtcpa.cd All penone having claim" a(alut said deccaeed are hereby warned to exhibit tame with the voucheri thereof, legally authenti- cated,'to the subscriber oil or before the l l t b day of July next: tbey may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of aald eitate. All peraons Indebted to said entate are requested to make Immediate pay- ment. Given under my haul! thli llth day of Pet-ember A. IX. 1953. DONALD A. SWACKHAMBR, Ancillary Executor. _ _ J \VANT a 4 room furnished aparU j n e u t in downtown area. Available J a n u a r y 2, write Box 24, c/o Her- ald-Mall. Farm and J-ondj For Sole 83 FARM FOR SALE-- VlT Irl D. Sensenbaugh, Md.,_Houte 1. Smlthsburi. Houses For Sale 84 A beautiful modern ranch typ« home. 9 room brick. I minutes from Hagerstown. NOTTINGHAM RD.--Now modern dwelling under cqnstructlon. Z on Vermont Ave. Price $8950. HALFWAY--New modern brick. 4 rooms and dining area. Oil heat. Block from school. JS. 111V1N AVE.--6 room frame. Hardwood floors, oil heat. COLUMBIA RD.--Modern 5H room dwelling. Oil heat Newly decor- ated. Available Jan. 1st. tlO.SOO. CARROLL L. BAECHTEL Phone 1201 or 2030-M Suite 304, 2nd_Kat;i_Bank Bldg._ A BHICK ranch home. 5 rooms \vifh -open porch.. Oil heat, blue bath, n a t u r a l p i n t k i t c h e n , u t i l i t y romit, city water, pa veil streets. Imme- diate possession. ALBERT L. ZAHN Hag. Trust Bids. A' Happy and Prosperous New Year To All. Gerbig Realty Service 182 W. Washington St. Ph. 3t»8 A NEW YEAR DAWNS KESOLVE to get t h a t New Home now. We'll help you finance It. JUST PHONE 4 RALPH A. McCUNE 412 - 2nil Xat'l B u n k Blilg. BRING your home finance problems to us, and let us help you solve them. First Federal Savings £ Loan Ass'n 33 X. J o n a t h a n St. Phone !l»l C. H. ADAMS, Broker US W. Wash. 81. 5V27 or S364-JI Not Counertfd W i t h Anyone But Willing to Cooperate NOTICE AN'Nl'AL MKtfTI-NG OF TUB STOCKHOLDERS OF THJE BLUJfi R11MJK *'1RK INVBANCE COMPANY Not It* i« hereby given that a leetlng; of the Stockholders of The 31 ue Ridge Fire Insurance Company will be held In tb» office* of the Company at 114 W. Wanhlncton Street. HaKcratown. Maryland, at 10:00 o'clock A. M, on Monday. Jan- uary 18. 11*54. for the purpose of electing Directors and for the trans- action of Much general b unities* an nay properly come before aald meeting-. CLARENCE W. KMBRSON. _ ggcrgtary. Kstate of AMOS FERRIS EVES, Sr.. DeceHKed. Notice Is hereby Riven, That the subscriber ha* obtained from the Orphans' Court of "\Vnnhlnffton County, Letter* Testamentary on the estate of Amos Ferris Kves, Sr.. late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims aea.lt is t said deceased are hereby warned to ex- hibit name with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the l l t h day of J u l y next: they may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All per- sons Indebted to aaid estate are re- quested to make immediate pay- ment. Given under my hand this l l t h day of December A. D., 1953. BERXARDIXA H. EVES. · Executrix. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS There will be a meeting; of the Stockholders of the Agricultural .Mechanical Acsuctaiion of Washing- (.'o., in the Chalet Rnntti nil the rrmiml f l i i o r of Hotel Alexander at E. WasOitnK-ton St. entrance on SATURDAY, JAX. 2. 1954 Tor th% Klectlon of a President. 'Vic* President, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and ten Directors, also to vote for flRttlnst proposed changes in the Charter. Polls win be open from 2:30 P. M. 4:30 P.M. JOHN* L. SWAIN Secretary NOTICE TOCREDITQRS-- . , Kstate of NKTTIE SCHLKY CAN- BY STOTT. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans* Court of Washington County. Letter* Testamentary on the estnte of Nettie Schley Canby Stott, late of said county, deceased, All persons h a v i n g claims agrainst paid deceased are hereby warned to e x h i b i t same w i t h the .vouchers thereof, legally a u t h e n t i c a t e d , to the subscriber on or before the l l t h day of J u l y n e x t ; they may other- wise, by law. be excluded from all b e n e f i t of said estate. A l l persons Indebted to said estate are request- ed to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand "this llth «ay of December A. D.. 195S. RICHARD S. SVYEKXEY, Executor. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND The holders of savings accounts if the undersigned Association are .ereby notified that a dividend has ieeii declared by the Board of Dl- ei-tors of the Association for t h e ix m o n t h s period July 1' to Decem- er 31. 1953, n n d will he credited n the ai-i-ounts and be payable to arid w i t h d r a w a b l e by t h e holdfrs as of the o p e n i n g of business on December SJ, 1933. HOMK FKDERA1* SAVINGS AND Public Sato PUBLIC SALE -- OP -- DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROP- KRTY. BT'SINKSS PROPERTY AND V X I M P R O V K D L.AXD IN HAXCOCK. MARYLAND. By v i r t u r e of a Decree of the C i r c u i t Court for AVusliington Coun- ty, parted in K q u i t v r a n HC Xo. l!t.»99 in *aid Court p e n d i n g , t h e undersigned Trustee? therein will offer at j f r o n t of the people's i cock, on public.- sale in lank In Han- EXCHANGE DAY ,-,«,-,· Birhnnite a few h u n d r e d dollars bQtUrday, JOH. 16, 1954 for the down p a y m e n t and have " ' th» satisfaction of heinjc In y o u r own home next Xmas. We have Kood listinKS of new and used homes in every section which we will h» glad to show you and give 'vou help -with your financing. PATTERSON REALTORS in X. Polomaiv.St. Ph.__57M or 4661 Happy Holiday Season J. CLARK SEIBERT THtIRMA.\ C. LI.M5SKV BREWER b LINDSEY Phone 2481 n n \V. Washington IT'S O U R W I S H T H A T TOUR" HOME W H E R E EVICT! IT IS. BE B R Hi H T W I T H H O L I D A Y CHEER ETHEL C. ALTENDERFER I HAVE homes for Immed. poss. Alco some good investment prop- John F. Beard, Broker 114 Wayside ,_ rhone_19S5_-W. Immediate Possession 7U TV. ·Washington St.--HaU dM- br. S rms. bath, furnace auto. Kan water heater. Price reduced to $7000 for quick sale. limned, poss. 432 N. Prospect St.--Half double br. 6 rnif*. hath. Oil heat. elec. water heater. Puss, at once. Price re- ''duced. "We have the keys, give us * "ELGIN"REALTORS 401 W. Howard St. or Phone W. Lee Elgin, 1163; Harold El Kin. S m l t h f - burar 8-4055: W. D. Hering,_6j91. Merry Xmas Everybody ltak« this your most memorable Christmas ever. SUBURBAN -- Brick rancher. Exceptional properly. Jlfa.OOu. SEMI-BUXGAU\V -- New 5 room brick. Oil heat. A real home. Has everything. 111,500. DUAL HIGHWAY--New, one ol . the best. land. $13,500. BUNGALOW--5 rooms. Is excep- tional for price. $10.500. COUNTRY--Dhl. house, modern kitchens. IS Acres. . .W« will arrange finances. Hogerstown Realty Co. -- REALTORS -- li W. Franklin Street_JFhone_166 NORTH END--Mod. .i room home .with bath. Oil heat, a u t o m a t i c dishwasher, etc. .J12.SUO. ?ROH REALTY CD.. 40 S u m m i t AY NEW homes ready .tn move in now · Will take some listings. D. G. Rowe, Broker Phone 311-3-2 Hap. Route j ·RANDOLPH AVB.--9 rm. brick house, with 1H batlm. voiu-rete cellar, bin fed stoker. Immea. poss .GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av it Liber 1«1. folio 450; John T. lason to Samuel R. Oohill. dated A U K U 8 t ' 2 t f , ]!t09. and of.record at .Iher 130. folio 6ti»: Eliza R l n e h a r t Patrick Broderick and M u r - Broderlck, his wife, dated Season's Greetings GLENN E. FIERY *fwO eight-room dwellings, 5»250 i · 15850. Immed. poss. S. A. JACQUES .Ph. 8-4111 StiiiUisbiirgr. M! Wishing All -My Friends and Customers A MERRY CHRISTMAS MELVIN M. JONES - WE have excellent homes for sale ' Avallahle f n r immed. posp. M r r r s Christmas to all ami to all a IUPPJ : H STROLE REALTY CO. Loll Fo? Sale 85 '·"·BUSINESS SITh ,4 A- Corner location. 6 mllei «a« ' on Rout* 40. Potomac Insurance Age ''Soonsporo. Md. Fh. K.dm ""' "" Announcement^ A 8UCCESBFU SALE IB ntway planned well I advance. Let m R e t y o u . . 23 -- Miscellaneous Services. Renovating. Millinery. etivpen the h o u m of I:flO and 2:00 "clock P. M., t h e following: de- Tihod nroperllcF. of w h i c h t h e ' l a t e Flliirhart Cohill died srlzed and »5essea. PARCKL NO. 1: All t h a t lot or xrcel of land f i t u a t e In Blue Hill eights ad join i n n Hancovk and wlRtiated aa Lot No. S thereon, r o u t i n g 40 feet on Brent Street nd e x t e n d i n g - hack t h e r e f r o m 160 'et, more or less, being all of that nne property which was conveyed n t o s. Htnrhart Cohill by J. TftHa- erro Hrldgen, by deed dated Set»- f i n b e r S. 1903, a n O of record at ·liter 125, folio 176. among the rashlnKton C o u n t y Land Records. The i m p r o v e m e n t s thereon con- Ist of a one story f r a m e dwelling ouse contain ing f o u r rooms w i t h i a t t a c h e d k i t c h e n and electricity the prenitses. PAKCKL NO. 2: All t h a t tract or nrcel of land f r o n t i n g 128.2 feet, lore or less, on the West (tide of 'ennsylvaiilR A v e n u e between t h e Vestern Maryland Railway and the _"_ O. Canal and e x t e n d i n g hack herefroni w i t h Irregular d e p t h ; " " " eet. more or less, together w i t h small t r i a n g u l a r parcel of 1, · o n t i n g f6 feet on the C. n n a l and extending hack US feet n its Eastern b o u n d a r y and S f e e t n its AVeKtern b o u n d a r y and being 2.B feet In the r e a r . ' b e i n g att ol hose same f o u r t r a c t s or parcel:; f land which are described in the allowing deeds: Martha. V. Hender- on and R a y m o n d L. Henderson, ier husband, to S. R i n e h n r t Oohfll ,ated August 18, 190tt, and of rec- ·rd at Liber ISO, folio 66!': E d m u n d . Cohill aiid Mary E. Cohill, his vl'fe. to S. Rlnehart Cohill, dated 4 lecember 23. 1!21. and of record 43--Horses, Cattle, Other Slock. LOAN ASSOCIATION HAOKRSTOWX, OF By ELMER '. FU.NKHOUSBR, President. FRAXKLIN R. MILLER. Secretary. CLASSIFICATION ANNOUNCEMENTS 1-- In M*morl»m. 2-- Card of ThanlCB. 8 -- Funeral Director* 4 -- llonumenti *od C«m«ttry Lot*. 5-- Notices. 6 -- Airplane*. 7 -- Personals. 8 -- Bowline AJIay*. 9 -- Societies and Lodrv*. 10 -- Lost. Strayed or Found. 11 -- AutorrobtUs for Sal*. 12 -- Automobile Tmttera. 13 -- Trucks and Motors. -- Automotive for Hire. 15 -- Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16 -- Tires. 'Parti. Acceasorte*. 17-- Wanted -- AutomotlTtt. WHO CAN DO ITT 18 -- Business Service. ISA -- Professional 5*rvlr*. 18B -- Appliance Repair. 18C-- Radio Repair. -- Telex laion Repair. 19 -- Repairing Service Station* 20 -- Electrhral Service. 20A -- Insulation and Screens. 20B -- Glass and Installation. 11 -- Building and Contracting, 21A -- Heating, plumbing. Rooflns;. 21B -- Papering. Painting:. Decorating J1C -- Upholstering. 28 -- Moving. Trucking. Storage. 24--Cleaning, Dyeing, 26--Dressmaking nad 2CB--Laundering and Ironing. 25A--Tailoring and Pressing. 26--Printing, Engraving Binding 27--Shoe Repairing. 28--Floor Sanding and Finishing 29--aesidentlal Servica, jl--unasfiiKned" elp Wanted-- Main. 14-- Help-- Male and Female. 35 -- Solicitors. Canvassers, A cents. 32 -- Help Wanted -- Female. 26 -- Situations Wanted-- Femat*. 17-- Situations Wanted--Male. FINANCIAL 28 -- Business Opportunities 39-- Invent nents. Sleeks. Bond*. 40 -- Money to Loan, 41 -- Wanted-- To Buy 41A -- Wanted to Borrow ' INSTRUCTION 42 -- Correspondence Courses. 43 -- Local Instruction Classes. 44 -- Musical. Dancing, Dramatic. 45 -- Private Instruction. 4EA -- Instruction. 46--Wanted -- Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47 -- Dogs. Cats, Other Pets. , , 49-- Poultry and Supplies 10 -- Wanted -- Livestock. 51- earet October 7, 1863. recorded at Libw X. No. 17, folio 3KS; all of s»id Jber and folio references being the Washington C o u n t y Land Records. The improvement there on con- ipt of a three story f r a m e ware- ouse building, approximately 6tix " and n " "tie 42x30 feet. story frame P A R C K L XO. 3: *A11 that unim- proved trad or parcel of land lying letween the C O Canal and 'otomac River and extending f r o m Street Projected Westwara - to Tonoloway Creek, U acres o£ land, mor all of 'that ontaining same land and iropcrty which WHS conveyed unto Samuel R l n e h a r t by ^ lll.ain Me- Calvey, by deed dated Dpcember 1S73 and of record" at Liber McKK X". 6, folio 207, among the Washington Countv Land Records. TERMS OF SALE:A deposit of Five H u n d r e d (J500.flO BoHam will be required of . the purchasers of pan-els Nos. 1 and 2, and a deposit of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars be . required of the purchasers of Par- ·p] No. 3 on the day of sale, the (alance of the purchase price of he respective parcels to be paid n cash upon the ratification of the ale by the Court. possession of the above property .ipon compliance with the terms of 'ale. State, County and corporal to: taxes for the year 1954 shall b paid by the purchasers. SAMl'KL C. STR1TJ5, v W I L L I A M C. HAMILTON. Trustees. u c 1 1 o n e e r : B roe n T. Magog Good truck values sell quickly to t h e 25,000 puhscrlbeTB. to whom Herald-Mall ads are delivered dally. "The more you tell, the more you sell."- MERCHANDISE -Articles; for Sale. (Mlecel.) lose Queen And Court Try On Their Formals The formal gowns they will wear at the Corona- Calif. The court (from left to right) are: Carol tion Ball December 29 and in the Rose Parade on CosteHo, Mary Jo Beyer, Ouina Bruce, Beverly New Year's Day are tried on by Rose Queen Bar- Mulvany, Carol Mclntosh and Joanne Mulder, bara Schmidt (center) and her fourt in Pasadena, 23 Are Crushed fo Death When jghts Go Out TOIAJCA, Mexico, Dec. 26 Wh- ile little town of Temoaya mourn- ·d today for 23 friends and neigh- ors killed in a panicky stampede fter a Christmas mass in the lo- al church. Some 200 other wor- lipers were injured in the rush or the doors. The tragedy was touched off by failure of. the church's electric ghts. Many of .the 3.TWO faithful mmed in for the midnight .mass arly yesterday were country peo- le unused to electric lights. The parish priest, the Rev. Jose ruz, said he tried vainly to quell le panic-stricken crowd pushing iward the church's two doors. "Mass was just finished," he aid, "and the congregation was aving the church. Somebody epped on a wire laying on the oor. There was a blue flash and J1A--Barter and Ezchana-*, 52--Unasslgrned. (3--Building; Material*. 54--Business Eauipment. (4A--Office Eauipment. i4B--Restaurant Eauipment. i5--Farm and Dairy Prolucta. 55A--Farm EQuipmsnt, 56--Feel anl Fertilizer. 6CA--Coal and Wood. 67--t3ood Things to Eat IS--Xmas Trees For Sale to--Jewelry. Watches, Diamante 61--Machinery and Tools 62--Musical Merchandise 63--Seeds, plants. Flower*. 64--Specials In tho Store*. 65--Unasslgned. *",--"Wanted--To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67--Rooms With Board. 68--Rooms Without Board. C9--Booms to* Housekeeping, 70--Vacation Places. 71--Where to Eat. 72--Where to Stop In Town. 73--Wanted--Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74--Unfurnished Apartments. HA--FurniBhed Apartments. 75--Business Places tor Rent. 76--Farms and Lands for Kent 77--Houses for Rent 77A--Garages for Rent. 78--Offices and Desk Room. 79--Shor« and Mountain--For i--Suburban--For Rent* 81--Wanted--To Rent REAL ESTATE FOR SALB H--Brokers In Real Estate. 42--Business Property for 81*. S3--Farms anJ Lands for Sal*. 84--Houses for Sal*. 8fi--Lots for Sal*. 86--Shore, Mountain, XAke for Sal* 87--Subu r ban. Country for ~ " 88--Unassigned. 89--Wanted--Real Eetat*. Skate Meet Set The 1954 U. S. national amateu figure skating championships wil be staged in Los Angeles on Marc" 18, 19 and 20. They will be hel under the auspices of the U. S Figure Skating Association. Public Sol* Public Sole Intending to discontinue selling milk, I w i l l sell on my farm, bette known as the H. O. Splckler farm, situated l ^ miles west of Cearfos On road running' from Kalrvleiv Road to, the Merceisburg Rd., th f ° 110 SAT°." JAN. 2, 1954 -- 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 19 HEAD OF CATTLE IT milk cows. Several fresh hy «a!e clay, six will f r m h e n In .Tanuar aiid Febnmry. This Is a good mixed herd of cow«, also i young bulls I Guernsey and 1 Holsteln, large enouKli for aervlca. / U A r W I M C D V MACHINERY wr\v» u i N t i x i 1 rubber tire wagon w i t h f l n t u , b o t t o m plows for Ford true-tor, dl plow*, J o h n Deere m a n u r e spreader, d u m p rak«. forge, brooder sto\ electric f e n c e control. ftl«ctnc rent;* comrm. 4 efln milk onoleiy 2 u n i t K n r m a s l r i 1 t n U k r r f l wllh nlp» for IS cowl tvftter h««tfr. dnuhlft*Tva*h t a n k * , oana. M i r k M s a n n u t m i n e r , Urn HoatrAla, k*ro»*n* «tft\ a n d m a n y o t h e r l l ^ n m . ) M 9 Kai*fr, In Rrmri c o n d i t i o n ; 1941 C h r j ^ ] « r , needs Roma w o r k ; 1H Ch*vrol«i t r u c k . l\i ton. "TERMS--CASH? Auctioneer; R«nn*r. A. E. SUMMERS NBC - * Collect Quiz. Hotly- wood Story, V Eddy Arnold. . . . I CBS -- 7 Johnny Mercer, 8:30 ang Busters, 9:30 Country Style. { . . ABC -- 7:10 Dinner Music. 8 Dancing P*rty MBS - 7:30 Where in the World, S:SO Barn Dance, 10 Chicago Theater. Ttltviilon NBC - 8 Bonino finale. 8:30 Ted Mack amateurs, t All Star Revue (Martha Ray) . . . . CBS--7 Millie, 8 Gleason. 9:30 My Favorite Husband. . . . ABC -- 8 Talent Patrol, 9 Fights. . . . DuMont-- 9:30 Chicago Wrestling. the lights went out. They rushed | for the doors. ,"The loudspeaker system has its own batteries and was still turned on. I told them there, was no danger and to go out in an order- ly manner. But they didn't pay any attention. We couldn't see much by the light of the candles j on the altar and around the shrine. "Then when the lights came on again, there was nobody in the church but me and the victims. I went around and administered the last sacraments to them. There was nothing else I could do." Bodies of the victims, who .in- cluded a two-months-old baby girl, were brought here from nearby Temoaya for burial. Most of them apparently died of asphyxiation but autopsies will be held. Authorities of this Mexico stale capital, 40 miles west of Mexico City, went to the village yester- day to make the official investi- gation. For 20 years Lloyd A. Griffin has traveled 144 miles from Raleigh, N. C., to his old home town at Eden- ton and back each Sunday to teach a Sunday school class. ACROSS 1. Allude 6. In behalf oi 9. Old piece of cloth 12. Living 13. GoneBy 14. Brazilian macaw 15. Alarm whistle 16. Lowers 18. Tolerate 20. Low tide 21. Male cat 23. Mineral spring 24. Sockets lor clarinet mouth- pieces 25. First man 27. Beseeches 29. Make bare 31. Folks 35. Small pies 37. Require 38. Devoutness 41. Chest bont 43. Born 44. Wreath bearing a Kmuhfa- crest 45. Union 47. Evening parties 49. Shoot from ambush 52. Finish 53.Oily substance 54. Sea 55. Color 56. Endeavor 57. Birds' hornet DOWN 1. Short-napped fabric 2. Biblical priest S. Stoker Solution of Yeiterday'a Puzzli 4. Smooth 5. Tears apart 6. American soprano 7. S-shaped molding 8. Stall 9. American black snake DECEMBER 26 AP Ntwsttatarft 10 10. Pertaining to Mars 11. Labors for breath 17. Identity in pitch 19. Higher 21. Urchin 22. Poem 24. Secondary 26. Speak under the breath 28. Certain point in an orbit 30. Period of light 32. Cents 33. Shelter 34. Holland commune 36. Reliable 38. Struck an attitude 39. Subtle sarcasm 40. Omit in pronounc- ing 42, The American buffalo 45. Be afraid 46. A single time 48. Salamander 50. Strike gently 51. Type measure* ACROSS 1. Meat of swine 4. Story . a Let it stand 12. Issued forth 14. Gaelic 15. Souvenir 16. Edible parts of poultry 18. Stack of straw 19. Corroded 20. Sulky mood 21. Choose 22. Pronotin 23. Closes tightly 24. Very small quantity 25. Land measure 26. Grown boys 27. Dad 28. United 29. Cushion 30. Thorough- fare: abbr 32. Invite 33. Seat in church 34. Suffix of ordinal numbers 35. Be aware of 37. Brother 38. Large knife 39. Period of aaaa QG3ma time Extinct bird Worthless: Biblical Fine clothes Large serpent Not busy Regulated Wild animal Goddess of discord Before Solution ef Yetterday'i Puzzle DOWN 1. Ol that girl 2. Continent 3. Enmity 4. Small nail 5. Near 6. Ambassador 7. Prepares to publish ·M *». 8 1 . Self; Scotch 9. Surgical instrument 10. Compound ether 11. Tries 13. Notch 17. Exist 21. Soft food 22. Anger 23. Bottom of a slream 25. In addition '26. Animal's stomach 28. Lubricate 29. Vegetable 30. Cooking vessel 31. Article 32. Kind of hound 33. Entreaty 34. Added number 35. Foul- smelling 36. Wear away 37. Strong point 38. Know: Spanmh 40. Myself 41. Knocks 43. Hebrew proselyte 45. America! author 4*. Note of the icalt DECEMBER IS On Air Tonight Man Of Steel According to Berlin Communist sources one of the chief "Iron Hands" behind the Iron Curtain in Czechoslovakia belongs to Vaclav Nosck, minister of labor. He is a member of. the secret cabinet, the central committee of the Com- munist party, and is in charge of all slave labor camps in the coun- try. Embroidered Panel WJEJ -- Hogmtown 1X40, ON YOIR UIAfc »ATinDAV'» PROGRAM !:00 Opera 5:46 Interlude 5:55 News P:00 KRSO Reporter 6:0i Sports Parade 6:20 J u k e Box Hits 6:30 Saturday Review of Religion 6:45 Broadway In Review 7:00 News 7:05 Tune Toppers 7:H Three Suns 7:30 Bread of Life Hour 7:55 Cecil Brown R:00 Twenty Questions 8:30 Danrliiic Party 9:00 News 9:06 DaDdnjr Party 3:30 Lombardo Land U.S.A. 10:00 News 10:05 Chicago Theatrn of the Air I0:ri5 New» 11:00 News . . 11:15 Dance Orchestra 11:80 Palmer House 11:SB News 11:00 Sign otf SUNDAY'S PJIOGRAM 7:30 Concert Hour 7:"i."i News 8:00 Old Fashioned Revival Hour 9:00 The M e n u o n i t e Hour 9:30 Back to God 10:011 Radio Bible Cla« 10:30 Voice of Prophecy 11 St. Paul's Evangelical U. B. 12:00 News 12:05 Gloria Parker 12:30 Bill Cunningham 2:45 llutual Music Box 1:00 Oi'Kanalrep ' 1:30 Lutheran Hour 2:00 Honor Roll of Hlt» 2:30 Festival of Waltzes 2:45 Let Thert Be Light 3:00 News 3:05 Marines In HevUw 3:30 So Proudly W« Hall 4:00 Under Arrest 4:30 Crime Flghten 4:55 TBA 5:00 New* . . . 5:05 Cinema Music HaU 5:30 True Detective Mysteries «:oO Nick Carter 8:25 Cecil Brown 11:30 Squad Room 7:00 News 7:0.i Once Around the WorJd 7:30 Lanny Rose 7:45 Today In the Xews 7:50 ;roday In Sports 8:00 American Music Hall 9:00 Waller, WJucheU 9:15 Taylor Grant 9:30 Hour of Decision t):00 Hardy Burt Comm«nt« 0:15 Haiei Markel · 0:30 News . ·H:35 SonRs by 'Dlnl .0:45 Outdoors with Bob Edz« 1:00 News .1:05 Beyond the Star*' 1:30 Arnron Ballroom 1:55 News - 2:00 Xen-t (Herald) 12:05 Sign Off Surely tuiirh a panel cmi he HTI in- Bplration in any hnme, for any aRfi, u n d e r almost any circumstances! 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