Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 15, 1962 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED MIn. charge any ad 1 day, per word ....... ........ e 3 days, per word ............. 1 »e 6 days, per word ............. Z4e 26 days, per word ............ ?0e Less 10 per cent for cash in advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. 7—Help Wanted • WAITRESS WANTED — Apply i Shermans Grill. —2t( HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Must be hard worker and not satisfied with less than $100 per week. Application held strictly confidential. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second or Box J-911 The Telegram. _ltf Pag* 6 (•ttrden rity Telegram Monday, October IS, 1962 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR DISHWASHER wanted. Shermans Grill. Apply! 6-7896 -8tf —20 FOR SALE — Two used 605 Minneapolis Moline engines. 1 2-3 —"l3tf! used gearhead. Call us today. Kansas Irrigation Engine Co., ACTUAL jobs in United States, FLanders 6-2307. —13tf WAITRESS WANTED — Apply in person, Coffee Ann. Notices I 5—Business Services VTTFNTION MAIL SUBSCR1B-! CUSTOM DISC rolling on your ' FRS' When writing about your i farm. Powell's disc rolling serv Telegram subscription p ! e n s e j ce S a t i sf action guaranteed. Europe, South America. Many: high pay. Write Employment j WANTED Center, Room 239, 739 Boylston Boston send your address and all mini- i Phone BR 6-7814, bers as shown on a recent issue.; Garden City. "-"•I 11 i 505 N. 13th, -F-12 Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauling, -15pd i bundled feed hauling and stacking, ensilage hauling, oil Eu- EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply gene Mason, BR 6-6571. in person Midway Cafe. —-12tf -29tf ENSILAGE for sale. Pasture for DUE to expansion I need 1 man ] rent. Frank Eichorn, BR 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Ness City FRED SALINAS Yard area. All replies Service, •write Box K-912 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - lawn planting and roto-tilling; gram . confidential. The Tele—Iti 3565. —15pd WANTED: Custom grain hauling. Call BR 6-7493. 1—Business Opportunities MOTEL MANAGEMENT Est. motel industry n«edi 90,000 employees. Eit. earn $6,000 and up per year, if you are qualified. You will be trainH in home «tudy, no time off from present job. Get ready now for big job boom forecast. Don't let age, experience or education stop you. For personal interview in this area write; home address, occupation and phone no. to: Motel Training School, 3222 Arapahoe, Boulder, Colorado. 293-4t-pd. 23—Instruction MEN Operate HEAVY EQUIPMENT Vast new 15 year building program underway NOW. Additional men needed to train as HEAVY EQUIPMENT operators. Complete training on ACTUAL EQUIPMENT of your Young Hobby Club Make a Garden Of Button Flowers Freedom Is Shortlived By CAPPY DICK Some stormy day when it Is necessary to stay indoors, make a garden of button flowers. From Mother's button box, select some interesting buttons. Don't be discouraged if most of those you find are plain white. You can make pretty flowers of them with the aid of colorful bits of cloth. In addition to the buttons and scraps of cloth of bright colors you will need some fine green-covered wire used for making artificial flowers. Figures 1, 2 and 3 show flowers made by cutting pieces of cloth WICHITA (AP)-Two prisoners , . .. _ , . , . overpowered a jailer and escaped i eight flowers, plant uiem in a j from the Sedgwick County jai , bowl, pan or box of sand (Figure 5), simply stick the stems into the sand and the flowers will remain erect. TOMORROW: How to Make Funny Birds Out of Beach Shells) Meeting every p m at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctly anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR 6-7011. If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Residents Thursday, 8 ! work. BR 6-7500. —31 FOR L. B. PRICE merchandise, call BR 6-5376, Faye Charles. —16 SEWING MACHINE repairs, ail makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. -18tl SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden City George Smith 73-tf 8—Situations Wanted CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 6-5890 or 64246. —J-10 CHOICE. Equipment Operator* «r« to the shape of flowers, among the higheit paid skills in con- ! attaching the buttons to the C6H- —19 i struction today. For complete infor- I ^ er jjy me ans of green 'Wire which mation send name, address, tele- becomes tne flower's stem. In phone number and hours at home WILL keep your children in your WANTED _ Custom - hay work> home while you are out 01 * ' home while you town; Experienced! References! BR 6-3152. —5tf PERSONAL: Mary, please-come rompany bade. I financed the new car | with Equity Federal Credit Jn- ion, have low payments, and I ; feel sure my pay check 'will now go around. Love, Bill. —15 j I 2—Miscellaneous TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand —31'.! WANT IRONINGS an'' :laytime baby sitting my home in Hoi- comb area; BR 6-6567. — 15pd 9—Por Rent COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at 5th and Fulton. Call BP 6-3512. wire tie baler; BR 6-4603. —20 ' i t 15—Farm Machinery -9tf ROOM for two junior college boys. Inquire at 510 N. 9th. —9tf FOR SALE: 1959 No. 92 14' Massey Ferguson combine, $3,$250.00; 1961 Super 92 16' Massey Ferguson, cut less than 500 acres, $5,500.00; also 2 Chevrolet trucks, 49 and 50, both witlh hoists, 13.6 grain beds and new engines. Write Richard Huxman Box 127, Utica, Kansas or call (during the da'y) Whitney Motor Company, Phone 52, Utica. —16 to: Figures 1 and 2 the small buds United Equipment Operators School, j attached to the stems are ball- Inc., 212 Union N»t. Bldq., Wichita, Kansas. CONTRACTORS: Information about our trained operators upon re- j t nreat j quest. 271-283-H AVAILABLE Nov. 1st — nice 4 room and bath, unfurnished apartment, close in, steam heat, 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE — Palomino gelding, very gentle and well trained. FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. E. Bader, BR 6-4671. —9tf , 4016. n£Sl»JtV*l*^'»vt «..—.-.^ , . y ^j j, J3\illl*i.t Ullll TTV^li H MiU utilities paid, reasonable rent, I It } ea l f or children. BR 6-5511. adults only. BR 6-4107 or BR 6- —12tf I —16 NEED an electrician? Call 6-4568 j SLEEPING room for working Davy Jester. — Itl WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. -21tf ROTO SPADING — Hav» your garden spring. Can do your work after 4 and weekends. Call BR 6-7518. Reasonable. —H 6—Good Things To Eat TOMATOES, SWEET potatoes and beets at Peter Harris, across from Flamingo Restaurant. —15tf POTATOES — Irish cobblers, field run, $1.50 per sack. Opposite Drive in Theatre. —17 keep it clean ZIPPER STUCK OR BROKEN? WE CAN REPLACE ANY AND ALL STREETER CLEANERS 628 8th Phone 6-3481 295-H FOR SALE — 30:06 Remington Gamemaster. model 760, $85. Phone BR 6-4004. —6tf FOR SALE:~26^nch"bicycie~and i 7—Help Wonfed men BR 6-9923 or 501 5th. —15U' THREE ROOM furnished apartment, close in, adults. Call BR 6-8118. —15tf 11—Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 228-TF FOR SALE PUPS and dogs need home. Collie, Pointer, Dalmatain, Shepherd, Cocked, Mongrel. Humane Society. BR 6-5207. —15 MILK cows for sale — two fresh with heifer calves; BiR 6-4626. —17 FOR SALE — Pure j bred, male, blonde colored, Cocker Spaniel. B.R 6-5855. —16 FREE puppies; BR 6-6973. —17 18—Household Needs HOTPOINT electric push button range with warming $36.50; BR 6-4148. drawer. —15 Twin FANCY large tomatoes, $1.00 bushel, 'you pick them. Hot and sweet peppers, 25c Ib. Watermel- j ons, 20c; new crop golden deli- , 2 Bedroom home, wall to wall car- cious sweet corn ready Sunday, j P«* in bedrooms and living Snppial nrinp for rlpp,n frpp7p an ^ """• "" r° oms paneled ST-ss^cST tfsfet^.^:: rc.ns* • " chme ° ts - p «* wiih —< red etable market across street west' MUST sell at once 1962 Needle" Automatic zi'g-z a g. This machine will make button- room ' holes, blind hem,. zig-zag, and in | sew on buttbns ect. -with out at- from Mobil Service station Lakin, Kansas for information. Ochoa Gardens. —18pd Lots of closet it may have for seven payments 18.750.00. j of $8.78 or discount for cash. Will 3 Bedroom home, wall to wall car- take trade-in. To se e Write Cred pet in two bedrooms and living it Manager, Box 603 McCook, , Nebr. —15 53 Ford motor, 1601 North 8th. j WAITRESS wanted morning shift, i nome, fenced, some smallI out -\ -15 I Annlv in nw-Ron. .Tart* rate, i ings, South of River, $4,000.00. room, Garage, $12,000.00. 2 Acres with three bedroom Modern J/QR SALE — Singer S e W i n g Apply in person. Jade WINCHESTER model 12 —12 i gauge, like new, with polly; | 1206 St. John after 5 p.m.—15tf i Cafe. -8tf; 2 Bedroom Home, Car port, out build- machine in a beautiful walnut i cabinet 1962 model. This mach I oo i ine will make buttonholes, blind "~ [foot frontage, nice fruit trees nice 3—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: Pet crow. Call BR 6-5776. Reward! —17 LOST: Male German Shepherd. 4 years old, wearing collar. Answers to "Fritz" Mrs. Thompson, 2206 North Main. —15 MEN! EARN $750 TO $1000 MONTHLY Learn to investigate auto accidents. Investigators needed in every state, i We train you to work for large insurance companies or open your - own office. Associate with important ! people. We train you at home in • spare time. You hold present job : until ready to switch. Free placement assistance. Write, giving full background and present job and lawn, $8,000.00. DORA E. LONG AGENCY 317 N. Seventh Stree} EARL BARTON SALESMAN & AUCTIONER Phone BR 6-7231 292-TF | WANTED!! Reliable party to as ARE YOU interested in buying! sume final payments of $5.3 rentals. One 5 bedroom solid '• on 1962, like new electric chord hem, zig-zag, etc. with no attach ments to buy. But it for nine payments of $6.10 each, or discoun for a cash deal. Will take trade Full warranty. Can be seen in this area. For more information write Credit Manager, Box 603 McCook, Nebr. —1 5—-Business Services BUILDING; remodeling; rocking and finishing; plumb- • ing; concrete work for patios, sidewalks and drives; laying block for yard walls, and general repairing; sewer cleaning with UatrKlJIWUIlU ailU pi ^»0 il I \w a iiu i ^,*»bM»»j« **• «.v* — *•* _--_ phone number, for personal inter- house one 2 bedroom house, one ; organ. New warranty. Cash dis large' building hen house and count. For more information double »arage. All in one plot of write Credit manager, Music 288 ft frontage. $9,800 for all. In-! Depl. Box 603 McCook, Nebr.—15 view, -r-~ I School, 3222 Sheet i Colorado. Write Accident Investigating Arapahoe, Boulder, 293-4t-pd. TWO WAITRESSES and one fry cook. Apply at Five Points Cafe. —15 electric rooter. Call C.W. Brech- j LOCAL Man needed to represent ir BR | national concern in this area. —100 Married man 40-05 preferred. Dlumber' Contracting < Must have good car ' Knowled g e piumoer. LOntracUng tral , tnr , anrl mnr>hinprv hfiln- eisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR 6-3-374, NEED a repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BR 6-7870. -lltf of tractors and machinery help ful. Sales experience not necessary. We train if hire''. Drawing account when qualified. For per quire just north VFW Club. —18 20—Autos and Trucks FOR RENT or SALE — Two bed- FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet 4 room home with basement. BR i door Impala. Call BR 6-7797. 6-6023. 11 a—Mobile Homes HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Al-1 sonal interview, write qualifiea- so office, carpet and uphol 1 tion, address and phone number , .tery cleaning. Winters Janitor I to Roy Stanley, Dept. 10 L5, P.O. j Ulysses, Ks. Service. BR 6-3fil1 TttMBox 392, Dallas, Texas. —15' OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon 50' x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom.' only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES FL 6-1414 285-tf Properties offered by the . . . Cyame/i ( o/OaA lOI'A MEMBERS Heinemann Agency Kisner and Son Jesse Scott Don Tallcv Atharton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract 10% DOWN ; Two-bedroom, all carpeted, very, 1 very clean $1 1,000.00 Two bedroom-basement, new paint $1 1,000.00 Three*bedroom*basement, high school : area $12,600.00 Take over present loan, $1,750.00 j down, both 3-bedroom, one has basement. I Atherton Stallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 I E. Fulton BR 6-5262 AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 JESSE SCOII REALTORS 107 t.FULTON BUY A NEW CAR with the money from . . . THE FIDELITY STATE BANK Press Change Of Liquor Laws n New York EDITOR'S NOTE — Sale of li- uor to 18-year-olds, permitted by ew York State, has aroused .elghboring states who are press- ng New York to change its law. lere is a report on the problem. By ROBERT T. GRAY ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)— The six^ear-old sedan hurtled down a ain-swept road in early-morning darkness, swerved suddenly out of ontrol, whipped from one side of the road to another and slammed shaped buttons threaded on wire. A tulip-like flower (Figure 4) is made by using needle and to gather a four-inch length of ribbon together at one edge. This is easy to do. Simply make small stitches in the edge of the ribbon, then slide the ribbon together. Sew the edges of the ribbon together. /. butt .1 ~>f a color contrasting with the ribbon should be attached to a green wire and placed inside the blossom, the wire passing through the center of the flower and projecting at the other side as the stem. When you have made six or nto a tree. Six young men lay dead in the wreckage. A seventh died withi" hours. There were no survivors. Two of the victims were 18 ears old. Three were 19 and two were 20. The Vermont state police report said: "A strong odor of intox- cants was detected on all but one of the victims. Investigation disclosed these young men had traveled to New York State and. were n a hotel' and restaurant previous ;o returning to Vermont." That accident is one of the more dramatic reasons why New York is being pressed by neighboring states to change its liquor laws which now permit sale of liquor to 18-year-cid. 'The want New York to raise the minimum to 21. A legislative committee has been studying the issue and will make recommendations by Dec. 15. All indications now are that New York State will retain its 18- year minimum. Those advocating a 21-year-lev el offer two main miffuments. Gov. Richard. J. Hughes of New Jersey awoeared at a public hearing in Albany with a statement representative of the views of officials of states bordering on New York. 'For as long as that (18-yearl law remains, youn? people will be lured to this state from other states for the ourpose of drinking, legalized drinking, and will later suffer deatih, needless death," Hushes said. The Rev. Dan M. Potter, executive director of the Protestant Council of the City of New York, presented a view shared by the state's Protestant organizations, an c i bv such groups as the New York State Concress of Parent- Tpncher Associations. "Because the drinking teen-ager becomes involved in various crimes from joyriding to disturbing the peace, to wanton destruction of property, to experimental sexual behavior, to gang wars and other malicious acts. . .anyone wdio really has the interest of our teen-agers at heart and is seriously concerned about the moral and ethical standards of our society is compelled, in our Wheat Right Is Explained WASHINGTON (AP)— Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman issued a statement today designed to clarify confusion which apparently exists among small farmers on their rights to grow wheat for 1963 harvest. Any farmer may plant 15 acres or less of wheat and not be subject to penalties assessed under the wheat marketing quot a program. Farmers who have a history of planting less than 15 acres also may plant as much as 15 acres without being subject to penalties. Likewise, farmers who have 1963 wheat acreage planting allotments of less than 15 -acres also may plant as much as 15 acres without being penalized. The penalty on 1963 wheat is expected to be about $1.10 a 'bushel. Penalties are assessed against growers who plant more than 15 acres and who exceed their allotments. It is applied to the excess production, LEGAL* (Published in the Garden City Telegram. October 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15th 1962/ NOTICE TO VOTERS DAT AND NIGHT REGISTRATION The registration books of the City of Garden City, Kansas, will be open in the City Clerk's office at all business hours an d during the noon liour mid until'9:00 each night from October 22 to October 26, 1962 both inclusive. Registration books will close at 9:00 p.m. on October 26. 1962 and will remain closed until after the •encral Election to be held November 6. 1962. CHAS R. PEEBLES City Clerk "Yv-u Ha Friend at The Fidelity" i ooinion, to favor the 21-year lev 295-fct i el." Potter said. While there is extensive support from organizations within New York State for a 21-year level, FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. -13tf FOR SALE — 1960 Fairlane 500, standard shift; BR 6-5272 after six. —20 Eve, Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 A charming home in a fine neigh- there is a large body of individual thought that the age at which a youth begins to drink is essentially a home problem, an Associated Press survey showed. (Published in The Garden City Telegram Oct. 8. 15, 22 and 29. 1962) NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. U-5, FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS COMMONLY KNOWN AS KALVESTA SCHOOL DISTRICT Under the authority of G. S. 1961 Supp., 72 -2017 and 2018 and 72-2315 to 72.2318, it is hereby ordered by the District Board of Common School District No. U-5, Finney County, Kansas, commonly known as Kalvesta School District, than an election be held at The Kalvesta School within said Common School District No. U- 5. Finney Comity, Kansas, commencing at 8:00 a.m. and closing at 6:00 p.m. on the 1 day of November, 1962. upon the question of issuing General Obligation Bonds of said Common School District No. U-5, Finney County. Kansas, in the sum of not to exceed Eighty Five Thousand Dollars ($85,000.00), for the purpose of providing fund s to P av the cost of con " strutting, furnishing, equipping, repairing, remodeling, a'nd making additions to school houses and other necessary buildings fo r school purposes within said Common School District No. U-5, Finney County, Kan- M The vote shall be by ballot, which ballot shall comply with all statutory requirements applicable thereto. DATED tills 4 day of October. 1962. By order of the District Board: RICHARD W. EVANS Director LEONARD L. WOODS Clerk MAXINE BEERY Treasurer OCTOBER REAL ESTATE BARGAINS A charming home in » tine neign- • i iL borhood. This home has extras ga- j |f vou W ould like to build a i Two bedrooms with full base-1 3 bedroom horn* |ust north • —. .1 it I ± I _ _ .. _ L t *. . • I . _.iii .» *+ I ^^* I . . k.1 _.., lore. Carpeted and draped through out. Central air conditioning. Full new | ef u$ show you | men t. Attached double .! this choice 40 acres close to I rage. Close in east side. Walk- Large double garage with storage town on highway 50. It has j inq distance to town. Just and work space. Other features, bean levelled and is in corn painted. $12,000.00. which make day-to-day living «"• | an d alfalfa, balance for wheat. ' ' 1 "of with' 2™";.."" We think you will like this one. and den plus all these extras for Real good terms. 3-bedroom. Attached garage. Loan j ( 7 400 00 . Call us and we will \ A real nice house west side, $8,500 balance at 4% interest, all grades. $1 1,500.00. Ideal for' s(low it , to you! west of Garden City. New. Lots of room to move around in. I year old 3 bedroom house with over 1100 ft. floor space. 3 bsdroom, double garage and j Excellent school location. 2-Bedroom home on 4 150-ft. lots. North 12th. Street. Terms open. Bargain for the speculator! Be Safe 1440 ACRES of land in northeast Finney county. 550 acres cultivated, the balance in good grass. good shape. Improvements all $96,160.00 has two large bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitch-! en, bath. Covering on all j floors. nice breeze-way. Corner location. Excellent for school. 5 acres of hillside ground just |Q fown< | north of Garden City. Excel- Real Estate fie Sure ...Buy From A REALTOR! 10 2 bedroom modern house, 2 i lent for home sites, car garage. Corrals for stock shads. New pump. Good building lots for sale cheap. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY 8R 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 I year old 3 bedroom with car port. Good condition. $9500. Large 5 bedroom with 2 baths, double garage. West side. Nice. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 295-TF Plant in Bex of Sand Sunday night but were captured fry police a few minutes later. They were Richard Allen Tanner. 26, of Bartlesville. Okla., and Francis Lee Stark, 33, Kent, Wash. The men, threatening the jailer with a homemade knife, locked him and four trusties in cells of the sixth-floor jail. They used his keys to reach a fifth-floor window, then slid down a "rope" of bed- sheets to a second-floor roof and jumped to the ground. Two women saw them jump and notified police. It wag the first jailbreak from the two-year-old courthouse. Stark, arrested in Wichita last week, escaped from the Washington state prison several weeks ago. Tanner was toeing held on a federal auto theft charge. He also had escaped from the state hospital at Vinita, Okla. To make carving easy, you can have a leg of lamb boned before roasting. The Chapel with No Steps THE TRUTH ABOUT FUNERAL PRICES Here is the actual cost to our patrons of the last 635 funeral services as takerv from our records. These figures represent the complete cost of a Garnand's Service, casket and the facilities of Garden City's largest and most beautiful funeral home. Cemetery charges, vaults, and such cash outlay items are at the discretion of the family. OUR LAST 635 FUNERALS 72 wew under $ 250 331 were from $251 to $ 625 154 were from $626 to $ 850 55 were from $851 to $1,000 23 were over $1,000 These figures indicate the wide cost range which enables any family to avail themselves of the Garnand's Service. You (not us) decide what the funeral shall cost. GARNAND FUNERAL SERVICE on Seventh at Pine 51 Years in Funeral Service Bryant Garnand Bob Garnand CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer S.I 2b 32. 35" 41 30 •33 4b 47 20 'ft. 37 34- 31 4-3 44 HORIZONTAL 42. kind of tile 1. Australian 45. away from 46.rose part 48. macaw 49. very small 50. wise counselors 51. tennis equipment VERTICAJU 1. female bird 4. outer garment 9. swine's pen 12, pallid 13.teacher 14. hasten 15. increases affection 17. construct 19. wicked 20. vessel 21. tended 23. added 26. furnace 27. march 28. before 29. Moines, Iowa 30. ventured SI. bark 32. skill S3. at all times 34. incite 35. restricted 37. unused 38. deportment 39. inheritor 40. converses eheep 2. human being: 3. underrate 4. decorous 5. throw 6. possessive pronoun 7.inter- national language Answer to Saturday's pu?zle. Avti»ce time ol iolutlon: 21 mlnatei. (O 1962, King Feature* Synd., Inc.) ID-IS 8. negotiated 9. TV comic 10. twitching 11. but 16. level 18. creek 20. card game 21. musical passage* 22. prevent 23. fatigued 24. American Indians 25. abyss 27. asylum 30. abhors 34. operatic melody 36.insect 37. seedless plants 39. in this place 40. bovin* 41. color 42. gear tooth 43. wrath 44. feline animal 47. exclamation CB-YPTOQUIPS BITUB ROMEZ MZGAN NGM» MGYK RN OENMTUA NMRZMM NBIGMMGYK. Saturday'* Oryptoqutp: DRAG RACING IS ALWA7» DANGEROUS ON CLUTTERED HIGHWAYS.

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