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2? Roswell (N.M.) Daily Record Wednesday, April 25,1979 The weather Highs and Lows Past 24 hours H L Free. Albuquerque 81 54 Atlanta 77 62 .06 Billings 49 31 : Boston 77 49 Carlsbad 88 63 Chicago 65 61 .30 Cleveland 71 60 Dallas 82 62 Denver 70 39 .16 El Paso 92 62 : Indianapolis 75 61 .21 Kansas City 69 58 .02 Los Angeles 71 55 Louisville 73 64 Memphis 75 38 .51 Miami 75 72 .81 New Orleans 77 65 .70 New York 71 58 Omaha 65 50 .14 Phoenix 91 62 Pittsburgh 78 62 : Santa Fe 75 45 Seattle 64 44 Washington 68 62 .02 Highest Tuesday was 95 in Wink, Texas and Casa Grande, Ariz. Lowest overnight Tuesday was 23 in Ely, Nev. 3024 LOWIST TlMPIftATU*IS DPI WEATHER FOTOCAST FORECAST. Parfly cloudy, cooler and breezy fonight and Thursday; low fom'ghf 49, high Thursday around 83; no chance of precipitation. Roswell Temperatures High Tuesday was 89; overnight low Tuesday was 60. Normal high today is 81; normal low today is 44. Record high today is 97, set in 1954; record low today is 30. set in 1968. Precipitation Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 7 a.m. today was .00 inch. Normal for the month to date is 0.02 inches; normal for the year to date is 01.oo inches. Total for month to date is 0.39 inches; total for the year to date is 01.63 inches. Sunrise today was at 5:17 a.m.: sunset today will be at 6:36 p.m.; length of day will he 13.3 hours. Humidity The humidity at 9 a.m. today was 60 percent. Soil Tempertures Soil tempcrtures for: North of Roswell was 60 degrees; L.F.D., 60; E.G.P., 61; Dexter, 64; Hagcrman. 64; LA, 63; Daily Average. 62; 10- day average. 59. Statewide Moderate winds today with partly cloudy skies. Clear tonight, with moderate winds in the cast. Clear skies Thursday statewide with winds in the eastern areas. The highs today will range from the 60s in the northwest to near 90 in the southeast. Lows tonight in the 20s and 30s in the mountains and northwest plateau and 35 to 50 elsewhere. Nationwide Rain and showers will move eastward out of the central valleys into the Atlantic states, during the period ending at 7 a.m. EST Thursday; fair to partly cloudy skies elsewhere with possible rain along the central California Coast and upper Plains as the exception. Nalda Rosary tonight Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. today at Assumption Catholic Church for Michel Nalda. 82. of 1404 W Fourth St., who died Tuesday at St. Mary's Hospital. At 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the church, Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by the Rev. Fr. Silas Olegcynski, a Franciscan priest from Peoria, III., formerly of lloswell. Burial will follow at the Nalda family plot in South Park Cemetery, under the auspices of Ballard Funeral Home. Mr. Nalda was born April 4, 18!»7, in Urepel. France, and came to the United States in 1917. He was a veteran of World War 1. serving in the infantry branch of the U.S. Army. In 1924 he moved to New Mexico and established a large ranching and livestock venture in Lincoln, Tor- ranee, and Guadalupe counties. He was a partner in the Thompson-Nalda Livestock Company for many years and pioneered the sheep ranching business in the Vaugh-Corona area. For the past 23 years. Nalda had lived in Roswell. where he was a member of Assumption Catholic Church, the New Mexico Cattle- growers Association, the New Mexico Sheep Growers Association and, for more than 50 years, of the Charles M. deBremond Post 28, American Legion. On December 27, 1924, he was married to Marie S Abreau in Fort Sumner. She preceded him in death. Survivors include two sons. John Nalda of Corona and Louie Nalda of Pietown; two brothers, Jean Bautiste Nalda of Vaughn and Jean Pierre Nalda of Torreon; four sisters, Jane Metcho of Gardnerville, Nev.. Grace Larty of Reno, Nev., Marie Ernault and Anna Saldubehrc, both of Urepel, France, and Sister Justine Nalda of Bayonne, France, and six grandchildren. Pallbearers for the services will be Mike Citty. Alex Gaxolas. Michel Harriet, Ed Huckabce, Pat Joyce and Dr. Earl A. Latimer Jr. Pecan Drive, who died Tuesday at St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Baird was born June 1. 1908. in Sherman. Ky.. and for the past seven years had lived in Roswell. where he was a retired machine repairman for the Ex-Cello Co. of Detroit. Mich. On March 27. 1938. he was married in Mannington. W.Va.. to Edith Cart right, who survives him at the family home. Other survivors include two sons. James Edward Baird of Detroit. Mich., and Charles Douglas Baird of Haslett. Mich.; two daughters, Barbara Jean Harrigan of Lake Odessa. Mich., and Charlene Minnich of Brunswick. Ga.; two sisters. Elizabeth Johnson of Dayton. Ohio, and Arline Dunbar of Lovcland. Ohio. 11 grandchildren and four step grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Baird. Local arrangements are being handled by Ingram Funeral Home. LauroG. Montez Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today at the Ballard Chapel for Lauro G. Montez. HI. of 1515 S. Sunset Ave.. who died Monday morning in a local hospital. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Catholic Church, with a Franciscan priest as celebrant. Burial will follow in South Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Alberto Espinosa, Daniel Luna. Jesus Montez, Jesus Olivas, Ojeno Rodriquez and Marcelo Salcido. Mr. Montez was born in Shafter, Texas, rather than in Mexico, as the Record had been informed, and was preceded in death by two sons and one daughter, rather than three daughters. In addition to those already listed, he is also survived by his wife, Enez Salazar Montez and a brother, Amador Montez of Roswell. Wilma Marie Ullery Services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Ballard Chapel for Wilma Marie Ullery, 78, of 1112 W. Eighth St., who died Monday at a local hospital. The Rev. David Moore, visitation minister of the First Baptist Church, will officiate, assisted by Lester llcinzman. Burial will follow in South Park Cemetery. Pallbearers for the services will be Paul Hcinzman. Bill Treat. Elmer Treat. Lloyd Treat. Bill Ullery and Bob Ullery. Juan Z. Jiron CARIU/0/0 - Services will be held Thursday for Juan / Jiron, 62, of Carrizozo, who died Monday morning in Ruidoso. A lifelong resident of New Mexico, Mr. Jiron was manager of water systems for the city of Carrizozo. He was born Sept. 28, 1916. in Capitan. His wife. Natividad. survives him at the home. Other survivors include four daughters. Mrs. T J Caray. Mrs. Louisa Rivera. Mrs. Viola Voorbach. and Mrs. Ester Demick; three sons. Eddie, John and Pat Jiron; a brother. Louis, and a sister. Juanita. Rosary will be said at 8 o'clock tonight at St. Rita Catholic Church in Carrizozo. Services will be held Thursday at U) a.m. at St. Rita with the Rev. David Bergs of St. Rita officiating. Burial will follow in Catholic Cemetery in Carrizozo under the direction of Clarke's Chapel of Roses Mortuary. Pallbearers will be Joe Aguilar. Michael Barela, Raymand Lueras, Dan Ortiz Sr., George Serna and Frank Vallejos. Rupert C. Marden Sr. MESCALERO - Rupert C. Marden Sr., 28. of Mescalero, died Monday afternoon in Alamogordo. A ranch hand, he had lived in Mescalero all his life. He was born June 28,1951, in Mescalero, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey (Violet Smith) Marden, who survive him. He is also survived by a daughter. Earlene Marden; a son, Rupert C. Marden Jr.; three sisters, Rosarita Valdez, Andrea Gallerito and Faith Marden, and two brothers, David and Barnett Marden. Rosary will be said at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Mission in Mescalero. Services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Mission with FatherJustin of St. Joseph officiating. Burial will follow in Mescalero Cemetery under the direction of Clarke's Chapel of Roses Mortuary. Doris Painter HOBBS — Funeral services are pending at Patterson-Roberts Funeral Home in Hobbs for Doris Painter. 50, who died Monday night in Methodist Hospital in Lubbock, Texas. A native and longtime resident of Roswell, she was the wife of Paul Painter. A further announcement will be made when arrangements are completed. Michel Nalda Retired rancher Raymond Matthew Baird ' Funeral services and interment will be held in Milford, Mich., for Raymond Matthew Baird, 70, of 1209 Wilma Marie Ullery Longtime resident Public record Hospitals ENM Medical Center Births April24 To Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brown, 1608 S. Adams, a boy. STEPPING DOWN TO A TENT OR PULL ALONG CAMPER? Legal Notices SELL YOUR BIG UNIT WITH A CLASSIFIED AD 622-7710 PUT EXTRA DOLLARS TO WORK FOR YOU SELL IDLE ITEMS WITH A CLASSIFIED AD PHONE 622-7710 Legal Notices Publish Apr 11. 18, J5. May 2. W79 SUMMONS AND NOT ICE OF PENDENCYOF CIVIL ACTION STATE OF NEWMEXICO TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED DEFENDANTS. IF LIVING. OR IF I DECEASED. THEIR UNKNOWN I HEIRS.TOWIT MARGUERITE DRUNSON HU BERT LOUIS ELIJA STAGGS, JR and MAXINE STAGGS. his wile. CHARLES A EVANS dnd ISOBEL C EVANS, his wife. SAMUEL GUEVARA nod JULIA R. GUEVARA, his wile. LAWRENCE M LONG RAYMOND W LONG. ORVILLE W LONG. ELEANOR F. BOGGS. PHYLLIS N COCKE. BEVERLY JEAN EMMONS. LINDA SUE LONG. HELEN L WALKER. GLADYS IRENE GEISICK, FLORENCE EVELYN MORGAN dnd IRENE S LONG and ALL UNKNOW CLAIMANTS OF INTEREST IN THE PREMISES ADVERSE TOPLAINTIFF You and each of you arc hereby notified thai there has been liled In the District Court of Chaves County, New Mexico, a certain cause of action wherein Richard W Crewe is Plaintiff and you and each ol your are Defendants, the same being Cause No CV 79 131 on the docket of such court The general objectives ol such action are to quiet the title to and the ownership and possession of Plaintiff's estate in and lo the property described in the Com plaint, more particularly described cis follows, to wit. Tract 1. The East 250 feet of Lot 10 in Block 2, Valley View Addition in the City of Roswell as shown on the official plat thereof on file in the Office of the County Clerk of Chaves County, New Mexico Tract?: A part ol the N'/jSEU of Section 5, Township 11 South, Range 24 East, N.M.P.M , beginning at a point on the West line of Kentucky Avenue in Roswell, which is 660 feet South of the Southeast corner of Block 13, Alameda Heights Addition in the City of Roswell as shown of the official plat thereof on file in the Ollice of the County Clerk of Chaves County, New Mexico, thence South 50 feet, thence West 201 feet, thence North 50 feet, thence East 201 feet to the point of beginning Tract 3: Lot 8 in Block 49, Original Town (now City) of South Roswell, as shown on the official plat thereof on file in the Office of the County Clerk of Chaves County, New Mexico. You and each of you are further notified that unless you enter your appearance of plead herein on or before the 28th day of May, 1979, Plaintiff will make application to the Court for judgment by default, and the judgment pled for in such Complaint will be entered against you and each of you by default. The names of Plaintiff's attorneys are At wood, Malone, Mann 8, Cooler, whose post office address is Post Office Drawer 700, Roswell, New Mexico, 88201 WITNESS my hand and seal of the District Court of Chaves County, New Mexico, this 5th day of April, 1979. JEAN WILLIS, Clerk of the District Court, Chaves County, New Mexico BY: /s/Georgia Ferrin / Deputy Publish Apr 23. 25, 27,1979 The State Board of Education subcommittee for Vocational Rehabilitation, which is also the Governing Committee for the New Mexico Rehabilitation Center, will meet at 3 p m May 2, 1979, in the NMRC Conference Room, Roswell Publish Aor. II, 18, 25, May 2,1979 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OFCHAVESCOUNTY STATE OF NEW MEXICO E.RayPhelps, P A Plaintiff, vs No. 40940 Oscar Fay Crawford,et al , Defendants NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a judgment in the above styled cause entered March 29, 1979. the undersigned Special Master appointed by the court in said judgment will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash at the West front door of the County Court House in Roswell, New Mexico at 10 00 A.M. on May 7, 1979, the real and personal property hereinafter described This action was brought to foreclose a mortgage and security agreement A judgment for S4.535 ?S, against Oscar Fay Crawford and for the sum of $102)08, against Maudie Burton Crawford, plus interest at the rate of 8"o per annum from January 17.1979 until paid, and the cost of the action, was obtained against said deten dants and the real and personal property hereinalter described in favor of the plaintiff On the date of sale (here will be due and owing to the plaintiff the sum of 14,64888 from the defendant. Oscar Fay Crawford, and the Sum of $1,048 70 from the defendant, Maudie Burton Crawford, plus the expenses of this sale The property to be sold is REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY OSCAR FAY CRAWFORD TRACT fl The South 20 acres of Lot II and the North 17 27 acres of Lot 14 in Block 15 of Berrendo Irrigated Farms, a subdivision in the County of Chaves and Stale of New Mexico T R AC T *2 A part of Lots 22 and 23 in Block 15 of Berrendo Irrigated Farms, a subdivision in the County of Chaves and Slate of New Mexico, more particularly described as follows Beginning at a point which is the Southwest corner ol said Lot 22 (which point is also the Southeast corner of said Lot 23), thence North 54048' West along Ihe South line of said Lot 23 a distance ol 72 feet, thence North M°03' West tilong the South line of said Lot 23 <i distance ol 93 feet, thence approximately North «8°12' East o distance ol approximately 220 feet thence So ulh 3I°28' East a distance ol 130 feet, thence South 48°32' West a distance ol 130 Icet. thence North 41°78' West a distance ol 40 feet to the line between said Lots 22 and 23, thence South 48°)}' West along s.iid Lot line a distance ol 48 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0 7 acres, more or less. EXCEPTING all minerals in and under sjid Tract »2 REAL PROPERTY OWNED ONE HALF BY OSCAR FAY CRAWFORD TRACT «3 N'jSE'< and SE'«SW'40( Section 30, Lots 1 and 2 (also described as W'iNW'<) of Section 31. all in T 7 S.. R. 26 E . N.M.P.M.; EXCEPTING dll minerals In and under said Tract »3 TRACT H- Thai part of SEUNE'* andof E'jSE 1 < of Section 19 which is West of the Center line of the present channel of the Pecos River, That part ol the S'iN'j and ol SW* and of SWUSEU of Section 20 which is West of the Center line ol the present channel of the Pecos River, That part of the N'jNE'i and of SW'jNE'« and of SE'.NW'* and of SW'4SW'-4 and of E'jSW'.i of Sec lion 29 which is West of the Center line ol the present channel ol the Pecos River, That part of S 1 iSE"4 of Section 30 which .s West ol the Center line of the present channel of the Pecos River, Thai part of NEU andol E'-iNW'.. ol Section 31 which is West ol the Center line ol the present channel of the Pecos River; all in T. 7 S . R 26 E.. N M.P M ; EXCEPTING all minerals in and under said Tract #4 PERSONAL PROPERTY One Eversonan Hydraulic Con trolled Ditcher One Massey Harris Four Row Planter One Garretson 60loot Land Plane One 1965 John Deere 23B Subsoiler One 1968 International Harvester Four Bottom Plow One Overland One Yard Carryall OneChatlon Ditcher One International Harvester 1964 Cotton Picker No 420 One Oliver Diesel Tractor 1850 with dozer One 1969 Lilliston Six Row Cultivator One 1969 Oliver Baler No 27 One John Deere Tractor No 430 One International Harvester No 25 Tandam Disk Harrow One Massey Ferguson Six Row Planter with bedding attachments and double tool bar One International Harvester Drill 10 foot One Heavy Duty Three Section Harrow One Heavy Duty Two Section Har row One Bull trailer One Three Point Blade One Lehman Cultivator One International Harvester Rake One International Harvester Rotaryhoe One International Harvester Five Bottom Lister and Markers One Livestock spray rig One Go Devil Cultivator One Border Disk The prodeeds of the sale will be applied first to the expenses of sale, which are estimated to be $200 00, then to the amount due the plaintiff, and further provided by law. /s/Sharla R.George, Special Master CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Want-Ad Rotei WORDS 1(015 16 to 20 21 to 25 28 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 ITimt .2 1.47 2.40 2.97 3.73 4.47 5.19 5.69 1.95 2.27 2.74 3.34 3.59 3 6 12 1 Month 2.70 3.62 5.47 11.62 3.41 4.63 7.10 15.29 4.25 5.71 l.« 19.11 5.07 6.92 10.62 22.91 5.91 107 12.36 21.72 6.75 9.20 14.12 30.51 • Above roles based on CONHCUTIVE INS€*TIONS. WITHOUT COPY CHANGES - SKIP DATE ADS charged at one time rate, per insertion. • White Space and Centered lines counted as 5 Words per line. • All Capitalization, odd 20*i above normal rote. • Small groups of numbers and initials count as one word. Hyphenated words count as two words. (Only standard Abreviotions Accepted). __^_____^__ • Wool Ad 0*01)'."«» ISSUf DfAOUNf OOp m Mondoy Fr,do 00 p <»> OOp rr. OOp m OOp m ClOSIDSAIUHDAYS t Wf OfSEftVE THE r.qht (o »d«t reject o' • Atfi ARE CHARfO 'o phone nvtnert pOfT'pol n do? UPO" publ'CO'lOO All A SO la'p c*>Q'C)*> will bp aMorStd '0 • SPACI ADS to' -de lotge <yr* cl od oil.,. • CERTAIN ADS 0'* r« au ir«d lo b* DO-d pr>or lo publication tuch at Gotogc $ol*>s Auto* Motorcycle* SituOtiom Wonted Horn** for Sol* Service* Miu*Hon«>ut 'mor* than 0"« item) Mob.'* Hom*i I wilt not be rnpontible ond Co'd ol Thonfc% • CANUIUNG YOUt AD Make onote ol your toni*llatioo number if it your proof ol tonc?Uot<on <K»d will be very imporlont tn the even) of on ad|ul1m*nl or mnunderitondmq Alter on ad <\ plated il ton not be changed O' ton (?Hed i/ittl oiler ih* Itf 4f miertion e CORRKTING AN EMO* Alwo r » (S^< h your od the f»t1 day it OppfOM n lr»* paper ih trip «vent of an error col' th* C'dit'lied Deportment lor fotrec l.on NO Cl AIMS Will ftt AtlOWIO FOff MOKE THAN ONI INCORRECT IN SIPTlQN ar>d thpn only Th* (oft of the od o' po'tron olfetted CLOSED SATURDAY Phone 622-7710 Ask for the Classified Deportment. Legal Not ires Publish Apr 25, May 2, 1979 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OFCHAVESCOUNTY STATE OF NEWMEXICO IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NO PB 79 22 ROBERT EDGAR WILLIAMS DECEASED. NOTICE TOCREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of this estate All persons having claims against this estate are required to present their claims within two months alter the date ol the first publication ol this notice or the claims will be forever barred Claims must be presented either to the undersigned personal repre scntatlvc at P.O. Box 373, Artesla, New Mexico 88310. or filed with the District Court at Roswell, New Mexico DATED: April 16, 1979 s June E. Williams Personal Representative P.O. Dox373 Artcsia, New Mexico 88210 ROSWELL DAILY RECORD 622-7710 Legal Notices Publish Apr 25, 26, 27. 29,30, May I. 2, 1979 PUBLIC NOTICE The US Army Corps of Engineers has Initiated sorvoral organizational and realignment studies aimed at identifying opportunities for improving the performance and management capability of its water resources (civil works) activities and military construction. Asa part of this initiative, the Southwestern Division Engineer is conducting a specific study to assess the costs and benefits ol possible realignment involving the Albuquerque, Little Rock, Fort Worth, and Tulsa Dl stricts. The Realignment Study will review workload requirements and investigate several realignment alternatives to determine the most efficient manner of accomplishing the workload within these district boundaries, consistent with the high quality of Corps work In the past The study will consist of an evalua tion of the operational, budgetary, economic, environmental, community, and employee impacts associated with the final alternatives considered At this point we are considering the following alternatives in making this evaluation: (No district closures are being considered.) a. To transfer the civil works design, construction, and real estate functions (in part or In total) from the Albuquerque to the Fort Worth District and from the Little Rock to the Tulsa District. b. To consolidate military real estate services in the Fort Worth and Tulsa Districts or centralize then in the Fort Worth District. c. To change the Fort Worth, Albuquerque, Tulsa, and Little Rock Districts' internal boundaries to more closely align them with state boundaries and minimize the number of Southwestern _ Division districts in any given state, and the Galveston District boundary to elim inate two districts serving one city, i.e., Austin, Texas. d To change the Southwestern Division external boundaries to more closely align the boundary along state lines to minlmlzethe number of divisions in a given state. This would include external boundaries of all Southwestern districts. e. To transfer some civil works operating projects between Southwestern Division districts. I. To establish a Corps ol Engineers liaison office in some state capitol cities. g. To transler a portion of the military design and construction functions from the Fort Worth District to the Albuquerque District and/or Little Rock District. You are invited to submit your comments and suggestions on these alternatives. Your comments should be mailed to US Army Engineer Division, Southwestern, ATTN: SWDDC RS, Main Tower Building, Room 730B, 1200 Main Street, Dallas, TX 75202, to be received by 7 May 1979. All comments will be given full consideration in reaching study conclusions and recommendations. -I- Publish Apr. 25,197V NOTICE TO BID Sealed Bids In duplicate will be received until 10:00 A.M. on the 2 May 1*7*. «t the Office ol the President, New Mexico Military institute, Roswell, New Mexico, for the following: DISHWASHER invitation to Bid and Contract Documents may be secured free of charge at the Purchasing Agent's Office upon application The Board of Regents reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive all technicalities or Informalities In the bidding. Board of Regents NEWMEXICOMILITARY INSTITUTE By /s/J.PenrodToles President ATTEST: /s/ Jerry N. Smith Secretary Treasurer Publish Apr 11, II, 25. May 2,1979 INTHE DISTRICT COURT OFCHAVESCOUNTY STATE OF NEW MEXICO SHERRY VAUGHT. Petitioner, vs ROBERT VAUGHT, Respondent No DR 79 102 TODAY IS YOUR DAY 10 Gtl RESULTS FROM fl CLASSIFIED AD. NOTICE OF SUIT TO ROBERTVAUGHT YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a suit has been filed against you by SHERRY VAUGHT In which she asks for a dissolution of marriage on ihe grounds of incompatibility. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED •hat unless you enter or cause to be entered your appearance In said cause on or before May 15th, 1979, udgment will be rendered against fou by default and the relief prayed lor will be granted. Petitioner's attorney is: TANDY L. HUNT, 214 East 5th St., Roswell, New Mexico. WITNESSETH the HONORABLE PAULSNEAD, District Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court ol the State of New Mexico, and the seal ol the District Court ol Chaves County this April 6,1979. JEAN WILLIS DISTRICT COURT CLERK By: /s/MaryAtwell Deputy Publish Apr. 25,1979 PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with Section 6l04(d) of the Internal Revenue Code, notice is hereby given that the annual report of The Toles Foundation for the year 1978 is available at its principal office for Inspection during regular business hours by any citizen who requests it within 180 days after the date of publication of this notice. The address ol the principal office is Suite 921, Security National Bank Building, Roswell, New Mexico, and the principal manager of the Foundation Is J. Penrod Toles. J. Penrod Toles Trustee Too many bikes and not enough riders? Sell the extra ones with a Classified Ad! Announcements 4. Personals YOUR FAMILY captured in color preserves today lorever. Portraits by The Studio. 424-0445. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS, Food supplements, cleaners, personal care. Distributors wanted. Myrtle Haun • 622 8057.309 South Atkinson. AA 215 EAST McGAFFEY If you have a desire to stop drinking, want to stay sober, call 622-9640, 623-6864. LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? We Locate anything From seashells to castles by the sea Tell us your needs • be it money or seeds. Use a professional Under. Call 623-1709 Ask lor Al 6. Lost and Found LOST: MALE Doberman Pinscher, five years old. Will bite. Reward offered. 622-4423. <,

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