Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 29, 1962 · Page 8
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Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, October 29, 1962
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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 48« 1 day, per word *e 3 days, per word 1 »c 6 days, per word «e 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cosh hi advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. 5—Business Services TOP soil !oi yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand company. —31».< BUILDING; remodeling; sheet rocking and finishing; plumbing; concrete work foT patios, sidewalks and drives; laying block for yard walls, and general repairing; sewer cleaning with electric rooter. Call C.W. Brecheisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR 6-3874. —lOtf toga 8 Garden City Telegram Monday, October 29, 1962 11— Real Estate TWO bedroom house. Take over $60 per month payments plus equity. BR 8-6835. —31 6—Good Things To Eat TOMATOES, sweet potatoes, beets and turnips- at Peter Harris — across from Flamingo Restaurant. —3 I—Snecial Notices 2—Miscellaneous ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — ! Meeting every Thursday, I p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free aterature Membership sti.ctly ano&ymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR 8-701L 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 ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. —Itf TULIP bulbs, Peony, Crocus, Narcissus, Bone-Meal. Finnup Seed Store. —1 WE PAY $1 cash if any ?ame item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. -21tf FOR SALE — Redwood planter boxes, many types and sizes, nice for Christmas. Call BR 67994 or see at 1212 N. 10th. —29 WINCHESTER model 12—12 gauge, like new, with poly; 1206 St. John. Ca! BR 6-4103. -34tf LARGE SWING set, three swings, glider and slide. Can see at 1214 Mulberry. Dennis Siegrist. —30 7—Help Wonted DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Nes s City area. All replies confidential. Write Box K-912 % The Telegram. —Ito WAITRESS WANTED - Apply In person, Coffee Ann. —13tf EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. —12tf HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Uur.l BR 6-7741 22 MF NEWLY redecorated two bedroom home. East side location. Would consider selling oil contract. Call BR 6-5192. —19tf FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home on North 5th Street. Phone BR 6-7075. —27tf NEW Spacemaker home. $795 down, $89.64 month. 6 closets, birch kitchen, carpet, drapes. Basement partitioned. Outside storage, established lawn Merlin Smith, 1512 9th, BR 6-4S86.-29 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 SPANISH FOODS, Italian pizza, sandwiches. Open until 11 p.m. Tip top Cafe, 207 N. 8th BR 69055. —K-9 $50.00 REWARD for inf..mation leading to the arrect and conviction of person taking 1955 pink and gray 4 door Chevrolet from used car lot west of town Wednesday night. Phone BR 6-7710. -31 PERSONAL: Jane, please come home. I have talked with Equity Federal Credit Union and find that if I make application for the new car loan, we will be able to live together . - my pay check and driv e a new car. Love, Joe. __ -29 FREE luncheon served at Republican Headquarters from 12 to 1 Wednesday October 31. Public invited. Meet George Meeker, candidate for state representative. ' -30 2—Miscellaneous INVISIBLE re-weaving on tears and cigarette burns on suits, coats and skirts. Alterations 911 Howerton; BR 6-3091. —K-18 keep it clean COTTONS PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND RESIZED STREETER CLEANERS FOR SALE: 1947 I.H.C. 2 ton, j and 1952 Dodge 2 ton trucks. ! High rubber, good grain beds j and hoists, good mechanically — | not sunkers. Extra clean 30' Rol- i lohome house trailer. Contact I Richard Reimeht, Subette, Kan- j sas. Phone Copeland NO. 8-2233. I —5pd WAITRESS Wanted —Apply Shermans Grill. —24tf HAMMOND ORGAN salesman wanted to sell in eight or ten counties in this area. Good earnings. Write or call Bill English at St. John, Kansas, phone 5493221 or the Hammond Organ Studios of Wichita in Wichita. 11a—Mobile Homes OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon SO' x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulyssos, Ks. FL 6-1414 285-tf 3—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: Black Cocker Spaniel — south of tracks, east of main — Answers to nam e of "Nipper", Call BR 6-9995. Reward! —31 5—Business Services 'SEWING MACHINE repairs, au makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. —18tt (CUSTOM DISC rolling on your ! farm. Powell's disc rolling serv ce. S a t i s f action guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. Garden City. -F-12 628 8th Phone 6-3481 307-H FOR SALE: 100,000 feet 144" Pipe measuring 1.66 outside diameter random lengths of 21 feet with threads and collars. This is No. 1 used. Material and would be excellent for Water line, Gas line, or structural use. We are offering this material at 15c per foot in truck load lot s of 10,000' or over delivered points in Kansas Write Box 150 or Call CH 12582 FRANK J. BLACK, McPherson, Kansas. —1 MUST SACRIFICE my fancy can- na bulbs, 8 different kinds, 50c per cluster, you dig them; BR SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Baclchoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Gardon City George Smith 73-tf NEED a plumber? Contracting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BE 6-7870 -lltf FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. i E. Bader, BR 6-4671. -9tf NEED an electrician? Call 6-4568 Davy Jester. —Itt ROTO SPADING—H«v» your garden I plots, flower gardens. «rc. ipaded this fall for batter gardens next spring. Can do your work aft*r 4 p.m. and weekends. Reasonable. Call BR 6-7518. —tf HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol .tery cleaning. Whiters 6-5812. Mrs. Bill Shrimplin.—29 ! Service. BR 6-3611 Janitor Itf MAKE S30 or more per day in . pleasant route work. Man full or part time. Experience not required. Also will train Supervisor with sales experience. Write McNESS CO., Freeport, 111. —29pd 8—Situations Wanted CHILD CARE — my home day or night. Ask for Mrs. Johnson, BR 6-6567. —29 WANTED — Ironings or housework. BR 6-3716. —30 9—For Renf AVAILABLE Nov. 1st — nice 4 room and bath, unfurnished apartment, close in, steam heat, utilities paid, reasonable rent, adults only, BR 6-4107 or BR 64016. —12tf FURNISHED apartments, all bills paid, Spanish couple; BR 6-4327. —18tf SLEEPING BOOM for rent. Inquire at 510 North 9th. —15tf LOVELY sleeping room, close in, front entrance, fine home; BR 6-6911. —1 COMMERCIAL -space, business, storage, room for rent, parking. Finnup Seed Store. —1 FOR REOT —'Furnished, Modern 4-room house. Adults. BR 6-6181. * —30 PATTERSON'S Studio apartment, tile bath, refrigerator. Adults only. Call BR 6-3663 after 6 p.m. —30 CLEAN APARTMENT for working person, close in; BR 66997, —29 FOR. RENT - Small three bedroom home, near schools. Phone 426-8553, Deerfield. —30pd TWO ROOM house, 408 Hackberry, adults. Inquire 811 4th. BR 6-7990. —30 DUPLEX two rooms, kitchenette, bath, private entrance, 1610 A, call BR 6-3979 after 6. —29tf TWO bedroom house.cCall BR 63938. —30 Properties offered by the . . . \jaraeu (~,itu of l^e MEMBERS Heinemann Agency Kisner and Son Jesse Stott Don Tallay Atherton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract MOVE IN I Like new three bedroom has attached garage, forced heat, tiled bath. No loan costs. $1,750 down and $100 per month. Good school location. See this east three bedroom brick, fireplace, li baths, large family room. Your home could be the down payment. Offered at $18,500.00. Atherton Stallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 1011 E. Fulton BR 6-5262 BRICK 3-BEDROOM Feature! beautiful electric built-in kitchen, birch cabinets, I{ bathi, oodles of closet space. Carport. I year old. All school location. $16,800. I block to Alta Brown, 2-bedroom home "with 2 bedrooms finished in basement. Detached garage, plenty of shade. $11,000. WHERE ELSE . . . can you find a newly redecorated 3-bedroom with new earpat, ceramic tile bath with shower, full ' basement and attached garage for ... $12,600.00 €1 or conventional financing jvail- , able! DON TALLEY, Realtor 419 N. 8th Phone BR 6-5730 BR 6-7375, BK 6-797S JESSE SCOII REALTORS 101 t.runoN AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 J INCOME PROPERTY! .$5,500 loan balance af 4%. 3-bed- j rooml. Attached garage. Carpeted living room. Choice school location! We have 4 used 10 Wides at $2,650.00 each. ! new 55 x 10 Chickasha Gas and storms, $4,650.00. BURNETT TRAILER SALES Dodge City HU 3-4201 304-4t lib—Farms, Land, 'Ranches ONE-HALF section irrigated land. Priced to sell. B. C. Nash Rear Estate. Lakin Kansas. —30 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22t£ WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR 6-7896. -3 WANTED - Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauliag, bundled feed .hauling and stack- ins, ensilage hauling. « ill Eugene Mason, BR. 6-6571. —29t£ CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 6-5890 or 64246. —J-10 WANTED — Custom hay work, wire tie baler; BR 6-4603. —2 FOR SALE — 1 used 800 Minneapolis Moline Engine; 1 used 605 Minneapolis Moline Engine; also other used irrigation engines. See your dealer for Chrysler Industrial Engines, O.Y. Brooks, Kansas Irrigation Engine Company, Ulysses, ? Kansas, Call Flanders 6-2307. —6 MILO Storage space available. Bonded Storage. Best Seed Company. "" —l 14—Want to Buy WANT TO BUY set of chtecraft. Call BR 6-7181 or 6-6754. —30 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Three registered Hereford bulls; BR 6-6077. —31pd LIVESTOCK for sale. Good quaT- ity feeder calves, all sizes and breeds Baby calves. For further information call Beryle Kennedy, EM 4-5882, Goodman, Missouri. -31 19--Wearing Apparel Largest Selection of Jackets in SOUTHWEST KANSAS Waitt Lengths Hip Lengths | Lengths Knit Collars Knit Cuffs Lightweight Insulator Detachable Hoods Assorted Colors Vinyl Leather Nylons — Parkas SIZES Men's 36 to 52 Boys' 6 to 20 Girls' 6 to 20 REGULAR $11.95 to $24.95 CRAZY HOUSE PRICE $6.60 To $18.60 YOU NAME IT WE SOT IT Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Crazy House West Hiway 50 307-H By Jimmy Hado \ VOUN& HOODLUMS.' CHALK A BIO "X" ON, THE PORCH AND RUN.' JUVENILE GANGSTERS/ 11L CALL THE POLICE.'/ m r »*•»» - HC STARTS TALKING ABOUT TM£ GOOD CLEAN FUN ME AND HIS FAUNTLEROV PALS MAD IN THE OLD DAYS-- 1H£ HAUO HAT TO |||| PERRY 64RIAND, ROUTE 2, -, , STONE MOUWTAIM, A-J 'WHERE WAS I?«OH,VES»IIL NEVER FORGET, , THE TIME I PUT A BOX OF SHOTGUM SHELLS IN 6RAMPABIGDOMES POTSTOVE-'HA-lU-ANO ' WHEN WE CARRIED OLD DUMPHV'S HENHOUSE AwAV AND PUT IT ON THE RAILROAD TRACK- HA-HA-REAL FUN IN THOSE DAYS c? £ En KlatltetuM B>mlli«t«. Ine, \tffl. WortJ iltliti mtnci. 562 Persons Earn Swimming Certificates During Summer 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE: 1946 2-door Ford V-8 good shape, radio and grip tires. Low price. BR 6-4654 mornings; after 5, BR 6-4633. —29 "You Hav» a Friend at Th« Fidelity" AUTO LOANS! Fidelity rates are lower! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 307-6t FOR SALE — 1934 Plymouth. BR 6-3585. —30 20o—Motorcycles & Bicycles FOR SALE — 1949 Model 74, Harley Davidson motorcycle, in. top codition, new tires, engine just overhauled. See at 1214 Mulberry, Dennis Siegrist, —30 FOR SALE: 1962 BMW motorcycle, excellent condition, accessories. Phone BR 6-5819. —31 LEGAL* 18—Household Needs KENMORE 3. cycle automatic washer, real good shape, inquire at 1507 North 8th Street after 4 p.m. —15tf FOR SALE: One extra good refrigerator; one refrigerator, good condition; one,dining table and 4 chairs; one Frigidaire automatic washer, good condition. BR G-4811. —29 FOR SALE — 19 ir^h portable TV, 18 months old, $90. BR 65878. —31 19—Wearing Apparel FOR SALE — Ladies coat. Black with fur trim. BR 6-7803. —30pd 20—Autos and trucks FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. —J3tf FOR SALE: 1950 Ford, good condition; 1948 Ford pickup. Call BR 6-4626 after 4 p.m. —29 (Published in Tlie Garden City Telegram Oct. S, 15, 22 find 29, 19fi2) NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. U-5, FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS COMMONLY KNOWN AS KALVESTA SCHOOL DISTRICT Under tlie 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-B, 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, Flnney County, Kansas, commencing at 8:00 o.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 platrict No. U-5, Fiivney County, Kansas, in the sum of not to exceed Kiglity five Thousand Dollars ($86,000.00), for HIP purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of con- s'tructing, furnishing, equipping, repairing, remodeling, and making additions to srfiool houses and other necrasary buildings to f school purposes 'within said Common School District No. U-5, Finney County, Kansas. The votn shall be by ballot, wnicTi ballot shall comply with all statutory requirements applicable thereto. DATED this 4 day of October, 1962. By order of Hie District Boanl: RICHARD W. EVANS Director LEONARD L. WOODS Clerk MAXINE BEERY Treasurer A total of 562 certificates were issued by the local Red Cross chapter for the 1968 swimming program, the Red Cross office reported today. The certificates are proof of water safety skills — from beginning swimming to senior life saving — learned by boys and girls in this county through the free Red Cross swimming instruction. The swimming program for last summer cost the Finney County chapter $979.85, Mildred Hope, executive secretary, said. Salaries for Mrs. Doug Tedrow, supervisor of the program, and three certified water safety instructors — Johnnie Morgan, Judy Hamman and Mike Keller — accounted for $878 of the total. The remaining $100 was spent for teaching materials (life jackets, record books, attendance charts) and office materials and postage used in enrolling the swimming pupils. The paid salaries represent only a small part of the instruction for the summer program, Miss Hope' pointed out. Twentysix boys and girls volunteered! their services as instructors, do- i nating 1,211 hours. Their only j compensation was a hamburger party given in their honor by the I Red Cross chapter. *' The program could not operate without the volunteers, Miss Hope explained; but it is also necessary, for a program of this size, to have a paid supervisor. The life saving courses must be taught by certified Red Cross ! instructors who usually are older I or college students who must work through the summer. \ The 1962 volunteer instructors were Cindy Armstrong, Leslie Cheatam, Mike Collier, Mark De- Fever, Mary Gibson, Debbie Gimple, Jacqui Hamit, Sandra Barnett, Phil Bertholf, Sara Dale, Sue Deaver, Tina Green, Jane Hamman, Caverly Hart, Priscilla Hess, Nancy Hopkins, Bob Hubert, Vic Joyce, Delores Kleysteu- her, Sandy Leonard, Marilyn Leopold, Dorothy Lewis, Cathy Lindner, Sandy Mahuron, Donna Marine, Marty Meschke, Janne Philips, Meridee Phillips, Barbara Ramsey, Linda Saffell, Susan Saffell, Sherry Snell, Karen Un- fell, Sherry Snell, Karen Unger, Sharon VanVleet, Greta Wheeler and Dave Wiebe. In thfr first session of the summer swimming program. 384 certificates were issued. In tlie second session, 178 students earned certificates. The names of this last 'group were released this week. The certificates may be picked up at th e Red Cross office, 317 N. 7th. They are: BEGINNERS Monte Algrim, Mary Ann Allen, Glen Anderson, Julius Appel- bans, Glenda Ashby, Bobby Baker, Connie Beckett, Joanne Beckett, Connie Bird, Mike Bird, Gary Birkle, Larry Blackwell, Floyd Blue, Mike Bradstreet, Dianne Brooks, Gregory Clare; Barbara Couch, Bruce Couch, Steven Coulter, Gerald Danler, Leroy Danler, Howard Davis, Mark Davis, John Dotts, Edward Drevnick, Gary Farr, Frank Francis, Cecilia Fraze, Linda Fromm, Jim Gillan, Tom Gillan, Robert Gonzalez; Joan Hamman', Julia Hart, Ruth Hart, Fern Hernandez. Debra Hendrickson, Ricky Herr- man, Connie Holovach, Michael Holt, David Hunt, Paula Hunt, Jimmy Husband, Craig Jaggard, Duane Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Dennis Kimsey, Kenneth Knoil. Mark Meadors, Albert Mesa, Beatrice- Mesa, Dennis Mesa, Robert Meyer, Ryan Moshier, Kennelth Mosliier, Donald Myers, Julia Pennington, Mike Philbrick, Kris Philtoricl:, Jim Pinegar, Cathy Purdy, Jim Reid, Annetta Robins; Chuck Spikes, Stephanie Stephens, Ruth Timmons, David Traugott. Terry Vineyard, Sheryl Warden, Karen Weiss, Sharlene Weiss, Danny Wells, Mary Jo Westerhaus, Mary Winter.. Anthony Wittman, Cheryl Yardley. ADVANCED BEGINNERS Sheila Allen, Glenda Ashby, Sue Austin, Allen Bonebrake, Karen Bonebrake, Debra Birkholz, Donald Birkholz, Connie Bird, Mike Bradstreet, Mike Chambers, Gregory Clare; Jerry Farr, Sharon Ferris, Sherrie Ferris, Leann Flynn, Linda Fromm, DeeAnn Goss, Julia Hart, Joyce Heinz, Carol Hitt, Robert Gonzalez, Steve Hollingsworth, David Hunt, Wayne Johnson, Burton Lanam, Pattie Lewis, Debbie McCommons, Kenneth Meng, Nicholas Meng, Beatrice Mesa, Everett Miller, Kris Philbrick; Mik e Philbrick, Cathy Purdy, Linda Purdy, Jimmy Sloan, Georgeanna Southern, Deborah Stephens, Ros e Timmons, Gil- xsrt Widows, Yalaunda Widows, Darlene Wyatt. INTERMEDIATES Carol Batchelder, Carolyn Beard, Patrice Billinger, Monte Boultinghouse, Jana hambers, M'ark Daly, Nancy Dawson, Charles Dunn, Jerry Fulwider, Debbie Gilger, DeeAnn Goss, Sue Ellen Harmon, Arthur Heili, FALL REAL ESTATE SPECIALS RealEstot* Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 OPPORTUNITY—e home in perfect condition—tn a good neighborhood — eastsida location — 2-bedrooms i and » den — 2 baths — full fin- j ished basement — air conditioned—| double garage — sprinlclered lawn— price $ I 7,400 — Can't be beat! You're always safe with a REALTOR! Be Safe ... Be Sure.. . Buy From A REALTOR! ==*= 3 bedroom newly redecorated on 3rd St. Good School location. Too) slorage. $1500.00 down and $90.00 per month— no loan expense. New 3 bedroom brick house with basement and attached garage. Just about ready to move into. Excellent for any school. Wonderful investment for rental. 2 bedroom, carpet, utility room, good school location. Will rent for $75.00. Now offered for $6,000.00. Can obtain $4,000. loan. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 3 bedroom northside one year old. Wil carry a big loan. Over 1100 feet in house plus attached garage. New 3 bedroom suburban just northwest of town. Big lot and more land if desired. Very nice. 2 bedroom at 209 Edward St. Double garage and breezs- way. Corner location and excellent location. You wil like this one. . KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 If you would like to build a new home, let us show you this choice 40 acres close to town on highway 50. It has been levelled and is in corn and alfalfa, balance for wheat. We think you will like this one. Real good terms. 10 acre tract close to town. 2 bedroom modern house, 2 car garage. Corrals for stock shads. New pump. Good building lots for sale cheap. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 305-TF Connie Hertd, Brenda Holt, Phillip Jaggard; Michael Just, Kathy Korff, Ricky Kuehn, Larry Latdon, Shirley Marker, Terry Meadors, Donna Meng, Patricia Meng, Darrell Ribbing, Peggy Stoner, LeRoy Thomas, Carolyn Traugott, Loretta Wishon, Marietta Wishon. SWIMMERS Andy Allen, Connie Brecheisen, Gayle Burroughs, Donald Farmer, Diana Fromm, Sharon Ges- tenslager, Dona Jones, Joe Lefort; Alma Patee, Donna Patee, Laura Patee, James Reece, Roger Smith, Eddie Southern, Janet Thies, Max Wasinger, Joe Wishon JUNIOR LIFE SAVING Bettina Bentrup, De De Dugan, Caverly Hart, Priscilla Hess, Sandy Leonard, Marilyn Leopold, Larry Moore, Susan Saffell, Robert Wagner, Sandra Watchous. SENIOR LIFESAVING Sandra Barnett, Jane Hammaa, Delores Kleysteuber. Riderless Hook-Ladder Truck Rams into Cars MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)-A hook and ladder fire truck that is supposed to have drivers both in the front and back pulled out of a downtown fire house on a call before the rear driver got in his seat. , As the engine turned a corner, the driverless rear end swung wide and hit -three parked cars. Fire and Police Commissioner Claude Armour suspended both engine drivers and the captain in charge. -Whether buying or selling, use T fllegram Want Adsl CROSSWORD By Eugene Sheffer IZ (S 3O S| 37 31 52 44. 23 4S 8 20 (O 25 II 47 HORIZONTAL 1. possesses 4. Biblical exclamation 9. gear tooth 12, feminine name 13, New England state 14, color 18. pertaining to gunfire 17. Shoahonean Indian 18. tdope 19. outfit 21, gloss 23. kind of cat 27. typft of onion 28. shoots 29. printer's measure 30. paddle 31. founded upon 32. niorse! 33. hypothetical force 34. armed camp? 35. tog 36. ores 38. nicer 39. skill 40. difficult 41. droop 43. sofas 48. twilight 49. former German President 50. Tibetan gazelle 51. married 52. be at and sevens 53. conclusion VERTICAL 1. part 9f wheel 2. collection 3. heraldic term 4. facial expression 5. the Orient 6. ignited Answer to Saturday's puzzle. Average time of solution: 23 mioutei. (O ISO). Kiiijf Features Syud., Inc.) 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