Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 27, 1952 · Page 7
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 27, 1952
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—Local Marttets- fats Take Vice Raise J Soylicans were up two ccntH a (ushcls nnd onts one on todny's )o- al Kinln niarlipt. Thoro xvns no hnnpp In prices on tno local pio- |ucn niaikct. (iUAIN ||d corn $1.06 \c\s- corn $1.62 liybcans $2.76 als (38 lbs.) 75n tlnx $3.70 QravcB Utain Company lOniver, Huntington. Maple Hill I'KODUCE Wcct cream .'. 73o 0. 1 71c 0. 2 69c cnncrles 29c o. 1 25c 0. 2 22c might run 25c ens, under 4',^ lbs 10c ens, -IH' lbs. and over 13c cavy cock/" „ lO'i leghorn, leghorn cross cocks ....8c ioitx City Livestock Sioux city, May 26 ^—Sioux Ity livestock market qyotations: atHo salable 5,000; calves 75; auRhter steers ami heifers slow, nited sales mostly steady; some I ds weaker; yearlings .under 1050 s. in best demand; cows slow, llt- chnnged; stockers and feeders |oslly steady; high good and choi- Ught weights firm; scattered [lies choice fed steers 31.50-33.50; nd choice $34; commercial and od 27.50-30,50; few choice heifers id mixed yearlings 31.50-32.50; immercial and low good .$28-$29; illty and commercial cows 21.50.50; few $25; canners and cutters l.50-$21; medium and good stock eers $28-$32; load choice around lb. weights 37.60. i Hogs salable 8,500; fairly active; itchers and sows strong to 25 gher; choice 190-240 lbs. 1 to 3 irrows and gilts 20.75-20.90; mod- ate showing choice 1 and 2's, ound 250-280 lbs. 20.25-20.75; healer weights scarce; some around 330 lbs. 19.25-19.75; sows around 10 lbs. down $19-19.40; few to $20; 400 lbs. 18.50-$19; 400-550 lbs. |7-18.50; few big weights 16.75. hicago Livestock Chicago, May 27 (ff")—Pricing on •0 hogs went separate ways for itcher weights and sows today. !\c latter class was steady to 25 nts higher but barrows and gilts oved steady to mostly 25 cents wcr. Cattle also developed a split end, mostly steady to weak, but I cents higher on bulls. Sheep jere weak to 26 cents less. farmer Killed in hadon Crash Maurice, la., May 27 iT"—Andrew mderschaff, 37, a farmer near ^rc, was killed almost instantly onday when his car collided iadon with another driven by Ral- I Keuckcr, 23, also of Maurice. Keucker was reported in good ndition at a Hawarden hospital day. He suffered a fractured lee cap, a fractured rib and lac- atlons. Sioux county Sheriff Harry Dy- istra of Orange City said the en- ne of Vanderschaff's car was nashed back into the front seat, •ushing the farmer. The two cars et on the crest of a hill on a lunty road about three miles sou- west of here. It was the second truffle fatality i less than a week for Sioux coun- • which had no such deaths prevl- isly this year. Last Tuesday a 4(ar-old child was killed when he II from a moving car. If the water in the Great Lakes ore spread over continental Unl- d States,.,it would be 10 to 18 feet pep. BoiuLsiilun Woirl Cash Clu'ck foi- Jailed Indians Des Mdims. .\Iu\ 27 /{' Ueiiiu .se ;i bond.smnn refu.sed to .'u'eept their chock, two liKlliins ehrirt;ed with fnrt 'ci-y languished in jnil loiliiy The men. Il.noUl .liinics C'linip- ton. 24, of I'oit Washakie. Wyo., nnd Mlchnel Hinwathii Porry. 18. of Ada, Okla., iileaded innocent yesterday before Municipal .liulpi' Don I. Tidrick to two charges each of passing worfhJesM diecks at downtown buainesi' houses. .Judge Tidrick set their liearings for June 9 and their bond at $2,000 eacli. Conipton then iisked to speak to a liondsnian. Tile judse pointed lo profissional bondsman William Striggles. wlio w.\s sealed in the courtiooni. "There's a liondsman right there" .Judge Tidiick .said. "He's an eager heaver ready to lake your money." "But We haven't any money. " Conipton replied. "1 wonder if he would c.'iHh a check?" StriK^iles after a huddle with the two defendants, said he would accept their check on om- condition that they $4,000 in gold a .s hi.s security. The two men were taken to the Polk county Jail. Detective Chief Robert E. O'Biien said the men were e((Uipped with check writing machine, vaiious in 'KS. pens and ink eradicators when they wi're ai- reatcd Saturdu^'. Red Negolialors Make Veiled Threal of Offense Munsan. Kovrn. May 27 i/Pi Communist truce nenr)tiators today made a veiled threat of a Red offensive as Korea armistice talks resumed after n three-day recess but Immediately bogged down over the prisoner of war issue. The prisoner issue alone blocks an armistice. The Reds demand return of all their captured soldiers. The United Nations command says not a single captured Red will iie forced to return against his will. North Korean Gen. Nam II repeated his Well-worn charges that the Allies have been slaughtering POWS. He referred to the April 10 riots on Koje island which wore disclosed during the recess. Then he declared: "The Korean Peoples' army and the Chinese Peoples' volunteers decidedly cannot sit by while seeing their captured fellow combatants being slaughtered by your side at will." The U. N. spokesman. Brig. Gen. William P. Nuekols. said Nam Il's statement "could be interpreted" a.s a threat of stepped up warfare by communist troops. Twelve Prizes To Golfers in Opening Tourney Twelve prizes in golf balla wore awarded to winners of Sunday's golf tournament season opener, u medley affair. Thirty-five golfers participated in the opening tourney. Gold bails were given to Glenn Story, Jim Pfiel, Jim Mcln- tire, Delbert Hlnsch and Dave HInkley for scores within pro-determined brackets; a ball to Sclby Bronis for the fewest putts (12); a ball to' Art Williamson for high score; hall to Gene Hanson for closest tee shot on No. 3; ball to John Stockdale, who shot a 38, for most pars (8); two balls to Deemer Lee for low score (37) and for closest tee shot on No. 9, and ball to Orris Warrington, who shot a 3, for tie- ing in fewest putts (12) with Bronis, Many similar tfiurnaments are planned for the season. Evaporation is so intense from the surface of the Dead Sea that half-formed blue-white clouds often are seen near Us surface. \ODAY'S CROSSWORD PVZZLE Answer to Previous Puzzle Rddio-TV Emcee HORIZONTAL 1,7 Former screen star ] now a IV- radlo emce* 12Interjtlce • 13 Venerate ' ,.„„v,^ «.v 14 Open passages 13 Renovate r through woodaia Creek letter 15 Everlasting aOJuster (poet.) 21 Dyestuff 16 Ever (contr.) 22 Most n Knowledge uneommoo IB Sea (Fr.) ' ' 23 Feminine garments 4 Wand 5 Malt beverage 6 WriUng tables 7 Seine' »Jiail! 9 Bacteria 10 Sea eagle ULook askance U 1 T T U. e R O C K 1 1 N 1 S O N 8 R 1 • p 1 8 A R T A S T • A T B ». R A R e f< '/A 1 N a P» • R ''M w B M 8 WN 8 T T A N C • * A «^ «l 1 « 1 O u A R J f» a B R u O W O N P F» 1 R ^ 8 B A ^ •f.i U A B A M 1 T o N B P M 1 R R 1 S • R R A w 1 N o r O A B N T 1 R m s. N A P R B A T A I 20 Rankles 24 Chocolate ingredient 27 Aroufers 31 Tapestry 32 Malleable pin 33 New Zealand timber tree 34 Eaten a)vay ?5 Perfume 38Letslts)and 39 Wari^s (inew 41 Roof flnial 44Mea5vrtfof . cloth' *SSo9kflax 48 Article of furniture (pi.) Sjl Ester of oleic acid 64TheE?st 9P Masculine • appellation 56 Bi|ds' homes 57 His program has many noted' . i VBIITICAL 1 Enclosure 2 Shield be«r|ni 9 Approach 28 Bacchanals' 43 Bird cry 45 Male sheep 29 Pause (pi.) 30 Female saints 46 State (Fr.) , (ab.) ' 47 Numbers _ 36 Body part 49 Permit 24 Baked delicacy 37 Lamprey 50 Abstract bein^ 25 Brazilian 40 Lengthwise o( 52 Diminutive of macaws 41 Short jacket Louis 2« Shank 42 Peel 53 Be/ore Quick Results. Satisfaction from Daily News Classifieds Help Wanted WANTED- Wallres.t, Peoples Cafe. Applv at i98-3-2 WAITRlvS.S WAKTEr> Strictly night work. Hours 7 p. ni. till closing. No Sundays. Apply in person, Casa Lomn. 108-tf-2 HELP WANTED -Truck driver. Applv in person. JOYCE LUMBER CO 198-2-2 HELP WANTED - - Woman as housekeeper and companion for elderly lady In modern home in EstheVvUlc. Make personal np- pDcation to Herman Jensen at Golden Sun Milling Company. 195-6-2 Sale Calendar TIIURSUAY, MAY 29. I :."»0 p. ni. •Mrs. Doris Fonts closing out sale of household goods. Also misc. articles, at 1106 2nd Ave. N. Iowa Trust & Savings bank, clerk. Ben Reeves, auctioneer. Sale nd: Tuesday, May 27. For Renf Real Estate Mmrtu* PaUy fU^, FOR RENT Nice ba.senient house 2 bi-droojiis. Neat ;ind clean. G«r- ilen area nnd front lawn. Apply , in person. Esthervlllc Realty.! Ph. 1.1t(i-lfl3SJ 19R-1 -5J FOR .'^Al.E L .-uur l„ ,l,,,„ni housr i-inu.r ,.f \.J 'h and '.ttli ,\<!.uh.d »;;u:u., t;is heat, .soft "a!i , ,'h tiliTW m 6UW ia> .^ s • n.l Vr 'tu ifal It >lt« FLOORS SHABBY? Make them I look like new, at low cost. Rent i a snn<ler from Ward.s. , MONTGO.MERY WARD ' Estherville. Iowa ,' 197-2-51 ACREACES Kor. SAl .r CAROL HRCKKM.\N R,.»ltt„ Ceylnn. Minn l '.'7 -:!.S FOR RENT- Two-room apartment with private bath. Phone 319W. Ralph Oehrlein. 197-'Jx-5 i SATURDAY, SIAY 31, 1 :S0 p. m. D. D. -Gilbertson, .'512 N. 6th St., Estherville. Complete line of household furniture. Auotloncor-^: Fo- shicr and Burns. Clerk: Emmet County State Bank. Sale ad: Mav 27. FOR RENT Newly decorated 3- room furnished apartment. Private bath and entrance, I'tlll- ties furnisiied. Oarage. Mrs. Rav Van Valkenberg, 120 Central." 197-tf-5 FOR RENT Small. 3-room upstairs furnisiied apaitment. Very reasonable. 1126 1st Ave. S. Bob Miiuss. 196-7-5 FOR RENT First floor modern 5-room apt. Olas.sed in porcli. garage. Available June 1. P. O. Box Y 195-tf-« —! „ FOR RENT -Two-room house. 711 So. 12th St. Roy Bowen. I 187-tf-5 SATURDAY, .lUXE 7. 'i:00 p. in. S. C. Green, administrator foi Reuben H. Green estate, on priMiils- es at 502 N. 9th St. A complete line if household furnishings. Auctlon- •ers: Foshler nnd Burns. Clerk; Iowa Trust & Savings bank. Sale ad: June 3. Entertainment ' FOR RENT — ."^-room downstairs apartment. Olaf Twedt. Ph. 836. t87-tr-6 FOR RENT—Good sleeping room for a gentleman. Mrs. Elmer Wogen,, Phone 1136. 183-tf-5 FOR RENT--Furnished or unfurnished apartment. Ph. 213W. Clarence Golln. 173-tf-6 DIZZY DEAN STORY Dan Dailoy is Dizzy in "Pride of St. Louis" Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Grand theater. 197-3-1 SMORGASBORD Thursday, 6 co 8 p. m. SKYLINE 197-3-1 FOX LAKE ^ Saturday, May 31 BABE WAGER ORCHESTRA 198-3-1 Services AUTO LOANS—New or used cars financed with terms to suit your income. Let your bank assist you with financing problems. IOWA TRUST & SAVINGS BANK 197-2-9 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. P & G Cleaners. 266-tf-9 BOTTLE GAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49J51 lBl-tf-9 PETERSON'S Radiator Service, Just east of Vandy's. 1714 Central. Experienced In all types radiator repair. llB-tf-9 How Is Your Supply of STATEMENTS ENVELOPES INVOICE FORMS Get ready for montii-end needs by ordering now. E.xpert work in Northwest Iowa's b.rgest and mcst modern printing plant. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS 197-3-9 403 Graduate at Drake Des Moines .ff"--Degrees and certificates were granted to 403 poisons at Drake university's 71st annual spring commencement here yesterday. Loans and Ins. IS CASH LOANS $50.00 - $250.00 and up on your signature, auto or furniture. Repay In small monthly amoimts. Our service is prompt. Phone or eome In! IOWA GUARANTEE, Inc. 196-3-16 Want To Rent 14 WANT TO RENT -3-bedroom modern home. To be nvnllnble in June for family with modest Income. Ph. 730! 197-6-H Farm FOR SALE -1044 Ford Ferguson tractor. Mechanically good, rear dual wheels and tires. Heavy duty Day West loader, yd. bucket. Seperate hyd. pump. Rear weight box. MINER K-F MOTORS 198-3-7 FOR SALE - Two holstein heifers, weight 600 nnd 800 pounds, $380.00. One milk cow. 4 years old, milking, bangs' vaccinated, $260.00. Two-unit Sergi> milker •with large compressor and pipe line for 20 cows, perfect concll- tlon, $240.00. New Van truck box, 7x30 feet. Ideal for saddle horses or 4-H stock. Built to live In. $190.00. J. J. Griffith. Ph. 450J. 197-2X-7 FOR RENT- 9 acres of blue grass pasture, running water and shade. Maynard Lamack. Ph. 25J51. 197 -2X -7 CUSTOM BALING with New Holland baler. Phone 6F6. HnroUl Davenport. 197-2-7 FARMERS—A LITTLE EXTRA CARE with your eggs this time of year will pay you In top prices. Gather often, keep clean, cool them before casing. P. G. GRAY Phono 91 107-3-7 LAST CALL for chicks 1 to 3 Weeks old and end of season reduced i)rlces. HA.MIf.TON HATCHERY Bancroft, lowu 194-tf-7 FOR YOUR NEEDS IN New and Used Machinery VIKING MOTORS Always a square deal at Viking . . . your Maasey-Harrla and Oliver dealer in Estherville. 179-tf-7 SIDE GLANGB T. M.lut .U. t.r <i.wi. "You're always reading about rocketing arouniTin •pact —inatead of diaappaarlng on a fiahing trip this year, %vhy ^on't you to the moon?'' FOR SALE New lioiiv rooms, L. U , n U , luleb.Mi .UK I hntli. Full basiiiiiMit Cns brat, shower. lots SS ^^>0 $I.5(Vi ' down. nionthl\ p.iyitient .s i;oo<l ' location. S RinOfT RKAI, KSTATK ' I'll 1G.^0 ni lfi :i ,s.I l'.'f) :vs I FORSALE Tw.i 2li, droum houses. Ph, 1674W Ifilt :ii <i .\ve N B. W. Nelson. H18 T-8 U )8 Tuvs., .>!»»> 'Zl, IJJ.V: 7 f .ri«r**,l H!» •^•'v n\ tinftft niA(i«r iVI h. : >3!> III \hr ,v "t- fficff Knr.«*r J, INTU \ or a dnjf« 5< p«r wwra P<>ur ilftya p#r word KTr» tttiyt JJp p»r wiM On* «r««k lac p*r vt>rd ynrii a.MttkxuU <\t^r i< r«r vitrd Minlmura K.1 ft(K- tt»tea an p»f conatrullv* tn»«>rtHM)a o( *«m«> A«t i.lH4alf1#»l ».ta ar» OARIl HUM fnr crcttK aoc nervUf eti»rtf ft r»- 35c ta rh;trjce<1 if «ti r»rrtra ntuiiM* vr iihon» r.mnt»#r tnj! ri*t mlvwtla^rt nam* lh«lr &av*rtbi «mtntJ in U M firci lutM thfy anp««r «nit r»i*«'r an) •m*r »i ones a* n> all.iwanc** e*n ^ ma4« art*r Iti* rtrsl iMua For Sale to For Sale FOR SALE—Sninll. modern 2-beil- I room homo, on two I O I M . c;asi heat. Immediate pos.sen.siim Phono 15. . 171 tf ,S Personal Political 2i VOTl>: l-nl; Orville Williams for SUKUIFK Kormei deputy .-In i HI ami poliee'nnii Repulilic .in tielii-i Yoiu support will 1) • ajipi eriiitrd HIT .'i URAISKH TKNPKKI.OIN TITS Ml oiMsli. d putaloi's, P'Tfll MAin LlNril I '.IH \ < LAPV doc. Soui- 1 Uk; lin>l> trtilv from si'il" *M -t r;isv to iw"' l'*inn Koaiu Mai tin Kiunltui • r.'V r. 4 Want To Buy •JO 1'4 KK-I-:M> -1- Max M. Soeth Repulllientl <'ii ml i for State UtMifi 'sfC.t.'iti\ of Eiiiim't cdinitv' Republican I 'liniiity. .Iiii>. 'J liiT-.'-.x 21 WA.N'TEP We will pay 7.- efich for I 'inply corn ami field feed bans that nn' In good condition Golden Sun Milling Co. I'hiiii.' -iim or ^ti; HW'.'-JO For Sale 10 SI'KCIAI. I Of SliKhth Ii.iiiirii.-. .1 I Hi- li.ioiii i -lilt e,>il.illitln», ci! 5 j .lrn\i<r et\. »<f t*-«tra\vii I?* inch ! dt>iit»l>- dreM-*.-!- ami t«>ok ct\^< iH'dil honrtl W.ilinil fliitib nil e.ntil-k-iilld> d du"! |.|e .if drn« er!« aiiil ilevft.iibti (-(tn-*! ru.t tt 'ti All toi JllWM ll.M '.m .'J Kt HMTIUK 19!* J 10 MviNiiKoo.M .srrrK.s \\b> K.I iilom; With yoU! .•Iiabi \ e.l.l on. \\ (>»n v\ui can K<'t :v ntv\ ^ul(«- ii-ii iti^ti.Hr^ed m« reli.-imtt«.' ftu SANHllUN |-lKN'rHUK !9H .1 10 1 KOK SAI.IC KL.tii. H.iumiHn | KUil.ii Call .lohn Kii.'d. l-t'ilW Ills ;tv 10 i K<m SAI.K t;iuai;.' r.'\.M (t Mtth Mi»rtl«lnnl ovi'itii'rtil doei \ Muilt in our vaid Iti'idv tc | move SIT .VI prt nu'ntti N-"* ^ ttowii pa\ ni.-tit JOYCK l,l '.Mni :U CO It';1" i Fill! ."^ALK Tliri.-iKuind «i.iit\i;i fiUs Kran. iH Abell I'll '^iW T 1(17 ;i\ 10 MCK I'l.ITt r ,i;.-i ' i;ivr nioi e llr.lit .'ind mid <!• , be;ivity of i '\el y t .uilu Man\ dt Hlgns lo clioone from, 01..S0N Ki,i':<"'rKU' SKRVICK in S I . .SlMIl 197 :i ii> RIlFRiaKRAToit SPECIA.". New. H fool regrlKerftliir. Rpro|. nllv priced nt $19095 HICIDKE ELECTRIC CO 177 tf U. Sherman Gunderson for SuiierviHt>r Kiftii nistriet I Republican Primary i E.xci'pt for 2 ycar.s in tlu' U. S. Marine Corpn, a lifelong resident of Emniel county who suiJgest.M you exercise your .Arturican privilege Vote Jiuie 2. I9n-.'i -21 t'SllIi HIi'Yfl.KS iliilV. ;'<•. in. $17.^11:111(1 $ J :1..' IO I'.uV':.. SI'.'.Ml :ind $'.!•-'5(1 Wi:.STl-:i!,N Al'TO ASSOC SI'DKKi I.KTS i;0 KlSllIN't! UodN S 'Jfi '.i, $:tSS nnrl $1411 Nyl,,n lill. . .10 \ds i'.Me Sbal (i '»|ieal e i.elH f-tyXn to $!>.8K Files lOc. .'l fiu- 'J.'!!-, ('listing liMllH, I9e lo «'.><• and nianv otbi-r fisliint! neeiln SURPLUS STORE FOR SALE um K-20 good (on (111 Inn. $100 Wllllaiii Ol.soii, Aim (drong lli7-'.;xlll Lars C. Thomsen FOR SUPERVISOR Fifth District Life-long resident of Esnniet Co. Snqcessful farmer. Worthy ., , of your vote at RepuWicHn prlnuirv, Jtini- 2 I ' ll»;>-7-24 RAWLEIOH PRODUCTS. E T. Baumnnn. Ph. 274J. 30-tf-lO FOR SALE Old newspnperH. Estherville Dally News office. l «8 -lf .\-10 FOR SALE Girl's bicycle in A-1 eomlitlon J20. Douglas Hmltli I'hoii.' 1I12.I 107-;(-l(l KOU .SAMs Oiii- t :ni )d apailimnt si/.e Fiigldaire, Call HID, 19tl-lf-i0 MARY TOSTENRl'D PETERSEN For Clerk of Court Qualified by experience. Present deputy cl<>rk. Republican Primary June 2 19,'l-9-24 RE-ELECT E. I. Ellers+on Republican Candidate for Supervisor First District Seventeen Yeaitt Experience Republican Primary, June 2 Your Support Apprecluti d 191-11-21 For Sheriff - Re-eloct EMLET Tvvrro Candidate for re-election on the Republican ticket. Primaries, Monday, Jum> 2 190-12-24 MAC LOGAN For Sheriff Honest, dependabJe, well-qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 177-20-24 Maurice Oleson For Supervisor First District Succe»aful farmer, competent, qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 178-25-24 ' FOR SALE 1919 2I-fiiot all ni.tal bouse Iraller Henry .MIII IT. C.rai ItinKei, Iowa " 19,1-fix-lO Household Furnishings Kennion- Aut(>niaile Wasbir iCli -cl roliix S\\tfpfi- M.ibogaiiy Diimnri I 'tivff Table, and six elliillh t'oiisoli' T .ible 11 foot Sii'tlonal IlivMii eu.itiini niaili Lounge f'hali and Ollumaii Pin -up. Floor ami 'r.ibl.- l.airipN MRS. HAY .A(;AII!) Plioiii' 210 I'.iH Nl("l':,"llAHDY 'I'OMA'I'O AND CABBACiE I'i>AN'l\S Outdoor fji'tnvii Hen liurns PUwi' ' , i\\i\< iiiiiith of I'^itbiTVilb' Last Week of May Sale on Jtytc.x i'linl-wiilc St;ili()iKM'\' Doiililf till"'i) (|ii,iiitily' $.'i.">(i \';iliii' for .S:MO .Siili',s CIKIS .'~;afiii'(l;iy Estherville Daily News OUT f)i;n WAT Car of Cement on Track Wt'diU'stiay aiui 'I'tuirs<iay Morniiu; Only IVr biiK .'Sl.O.') off nir COMMANDER ELEVATORS HuntlnRtoii, lowii W. E. SfiMiian, manaKrr I'll. •I'lW.'S. E.stlu.M-vilU' \ ,ii:i f ,1 \ of It .> I .''A.vntiH.s UK co ijwt If ; F OR rHAV .\t.nmrnl .lav r.i,- Imite nin, |i((iUi- U.*,. J::*'' re« *!!»'. I h 'Ir .-it.iii. .s'.ir .i I'.>!»• a to I'Ol; SALE <;ri».M> tiMui r* -H ft nv* .-^t »..• llr, *-.nU r .-j ;v«l.l •> if.- (U.-, otli.f it.Min 1-1111)- n tt..,.T\ It.lUlul . .Ml 111! ?x I'l JUST UKv'KlVhMi Ne« .hipm 'M ..f l;.d|.'^ « l.h ,lt .'...n Kin.h:it .s \ At.rK .MTOHK 111 Itt'.Af ru -'tl «i ..r htwlet^ wiMi ^'liln t'l (,if., \ \ AI.I K STUHK 10* : i» run SAl.K i;iiiii^ ilr.n..-^ mitt .'ti^ Hi»... * 1 .1 i:; Kill'- ••llo. I> . "k.lte., It. to-, « laru'i ibiii tiuftrx Ji)nif>«t ii. i* .h .ia.. itl ,«tu». d .^lli" .irtdl. . «1, .1 i. - . (.•lliuik: 'l-. 1 1 Silv.i :iiut n-.'t.M !iii\« .-ti^ti:. ..iini'Ui.' .If .tl*lii « nt -w Im .•ii« Mil K 1% .\E;»rd Pti ISH .1 lo |(i|! .SM.i: l!i)l!.iut >i \I. 1 1 (i,tt. .1 .ind t m»b- nofth .»f r .iiii I 'M i>. iii.i« tan. .110 KOU SpiUiK ril.r*. in j.i.iin,l« Will .l.ll\.i ICrn. Hpt\» ft, iH.i:. iM .1^ 10 I.O.HT Mei.ll luK««K.' ••nrrlMr tm lop •<< ••:\r beiwci-n N 7th nnd W l'l<-trl.. r. IMi fttH nUit i ml |i m IB* .T T 1« fSKD ItAIUOH Jn inil up tut ll.-m.' Ol Ullll" I: ii'.M ri t Kl(V[t.1 .E t<Ai>i<) lU , N rtih Pluinr J«4 111 OIU HI'S .'*ALE I'.uit iniiri tliriiiiKh Halimlnv May .11 "until |iRVdn> t by iMjpu bir r*'»|U» Ht I -.STl IK11V It .1 It A It l^W ARK t<Nt l-iO FOR SALE I—!).\rj Wilton RuK l~Apt. slzf .'<-hurnor Gas Stove 1—Davcn [X )r( 1—Oak Set 1—Apt.-size Fri«iflalri> Plioiie 17.'")2 tllH .1-10 Auiomofive KOU MALI'. .Ni>w 7(10x16 llrr ebrilnii Al«o IniKe •loroiir work- b.neb. siiltrthl.- for |tnrii«r or bimenienl Mm. Itny Agkrd. I'h, 310 FOit TIKK MILEAOE hitv^ ua nultcli tlrna and rh«#k whoel allKonient to help rUt down tirn Wear. TUOMAH MOTOUB 197 3 11 FOU KALK Clean 1837 Chi-v. til- dor Lnwrvmn Krtmnn, 4U N. 4th .St HM-aH'U CAR THOeniJCn? For carnfri* •prlnit tlrlvlMR and Riia Mvlng top prrforinnncK, brlnif your cmt to u» for a •prim checkup. IIICNAMAN HOTOn CO. li LKT US lake rare of your •utem&- tlv« ntwda. Bumpor to bump«r •orvlcc' al) makira. So* u«. Kohlnaon Motora "Pontlac" 8lh and Central A%'«. 377 -II- a Pontiac Good Will USED CARS As Much as 30% Below Ceiling! t&IVe^ME THOSE HANPSTYJ HERE —WITH VOUR FlW GBR. Aha? roe TECHKHOUE THE LOOK. LIKE 7HE CCAX. B(M SPHTEKS HAVE FOJNP WHERE TO SET IKl AKK? OUT/ WHY COWT f., VOU CARRV A RAG. 7 vwHEKj SOU WORK: \OW THAT BIKE? I PONT PAST TO EVEN PICK UP A RA 6 IWIHIS HOME; --YAWP, THAT'S AAV BCST APROKI --yAWr THAT':& :5HIRT-- •/AWfr Yip YMr' ^ EVERYWHe Re I TURW AKOUMP. WHY AAOTHeRS flCT SRAV 19.1H CONI-JAC-H IIYDHA -1 Dr VMH BUKK SUPEK -4 -di'. Itulllu Heiit.l I'elfeit liJjK DODGE c :US 'rOM 4-(lr. A wnc-owiuT <ar h*icl b«-fit of curt- l 'J -17 I.X)IX;E .'J-I'ASSENGER COUPE KaiDo H .ut. I . S IC . Car 19-17 l>I .YMOin 'H SPECIAL DELUXE ••floor i'.j-ir. I'LYMOI:TH SPECIAL DELUXE CLUB COUPE .S'i-A .Motor liMO INTEUNATIONAL ',-TON PICKUP llun* vtTty Kood lUai) I3UICK SPECIAL i-door $1175 $1025 $1050 $ 695 $ 695 $ 685 165 $ 195 WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING A r BANK UATRS ROBINSON MOTORS "Pontiac" Biiy-Spll or Track' .SOI Central

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