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Freeport, Texas
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Page THE FACTS ana oragorm ofrnmy, , n*S'f _______ ,__ Beti&i CLASSIFIED PHONE 3-3511 for help in placing a classified ad. ,1 Ifnp minimum 1-2 liars. |irr line 3-4 rtsy«. p't 'in* - ' S day"; °r morf - ' Classified A<Ss Phoned io The Braiosport Facts by 10:00 A. M. Apenr the Same Day i. SPECI.M. NOTICES FOR'INFORMATION on Alcoholics Anonym' dial 7- fifilU. REGULAR " CH : RCrf SEVIC. FS 10 a.m ind 7:30 p.m Sundav; 7 :.0 p.m. Wed Church of Christ, Velasco •."• Hieh School. •••is. SPORTING noons . HOt'SES FOR SALE 1128. tTSEl) CABS FOR SAtE 1 SFRA'ICFS OFFFRED '.'. ! ' --- ! COMPLETE RIG: 14' Corba ; ENJOY THE BENEFITS of IOUSE LEVELING, replacing [ bont. 195R Johti'on n-otor. T(0 | modern living. Trade your inundations, all types of car-, n ,,_ an( j u - a jirr. Like new. Ph. home. Free estimates. Atte- pouter nnd cement work. No i job loo small. Free estimates Ph. 5-2173. hp. nnd trailer. Like new. Ph. 3-2410. berry. Inc.. Ph. 3-1651 or 34514 nights. RUBBER LIFE RAFTS: Terrif-; ic low prices. Wayne Enter-• FREEPORT: Equity in 3 bed- prise?. Hhvay 280,' Clute. Ph.' room home. Central heat .V20I2 . i cyclone and Redwood fence. 57. m'H.DTXG MATERIALS will also re--',;- D oUBLE WINDOW units with screei Ph. 5-5406. HVICE and a complete line nf pails for any make of .indow unit. Filters, capaci- •:>rr, fan motors, relays, .nermostat build units that are out of: with scrcpns . r lOori conrl | tion . . :ie 5 year warranty period. I fieiZKl Service (i02 N. G:ilf; Blvd. No. Freeoort. 51. LIVESTOCK-StiPPl.lKS .UMMER SPECIAL: 2 por- ' SADDLE HORSE: Gentle. idea! traits 8x10. reg. 512.50. now; for children. Ph. 3-3046. i SS.9.). We honor all album ----- — ,,. "... . . , ] certificates. For home ap . iPIGs: 10 weeks old. raised by pointment ca II Henson's i 4 " H Uub member. Register- Home Studio Ph. 3-4532. I eel. Ph. 3-50(51. J, LOST - FOINU FOUND: The best Insurance dcM in Rraroria County. Call Gulf Insurance Agency, 102- Gulf Blvd. Ph. 3-2222. TP-V Canvas bag containing ,,"•' , e towel-'. 38-4(1 C..', Pistol and .22 Automatic p,<iol Liberal reward. Ph. 2Mi. n. L. Camp. Angieum. tin (n)'REWARD: Return "Tip- 11 v " medium ?i?.ed \ German vviio doe wear in* Au.-lin address. Long crey-black iviir Gone sin'-e Sunday. .1. T Suggs -lr. 406 Circle Way. rii. T-r.-tvr ii[ *47cAnn~OF THANKS c \MPBELL"—" we wish to i:,-n : a 1 ' our friemvf. especially '•I. ARTICLES WANTED 8RINr,Tour~un wanted" items 'BOXER to Old'Colony Trading Post, I homc Brazoria. Texas. We buy any. m. pETS-surruES DOG needs a good 7 moths old. Mpke an Ph. 3-3051 after 6 p.m. of'"'thins, will oickuD. Ph. 3535 [GERMAN BOXERS: 2 males. 1 femal QUICK CASH tor your piano. Uprights, grands and spinets. Write H. E. Wolcott. Hugh's Piano Co.. 1701 Main St., Housion. '1'exas. :,".. GOOD THINGS TO TAT ACKS'HAMBURGERS Hamburgers, Bar-B-Que Foot Long Hot Do^s IP So. Ave. A Ph. 3-927P Full grown. AlvC icsisicred. Call 7-741(1 between 8 and 2 p.m. or after 7:30 p.m. Ph. 3-2210. LAKE JACKSON: 113 Garrlin- ia. Equity 3 bedroom home. Priced for quick sale. Ph. 72704. LAKE .TACKSON-'T bedroom home, screened porch, Hurri- ran fence. Equity $2.500 on terms. Payment's S63 monthly. Rowland Realty. 103 Plantation Dr. Ph. 7-6543. -.". MISC. FOR SALE ATTIC FAN: 42" Westinghouse. SB9., r iO complete. AVaynes Enterprises, Ph. 5-2(112. APPLIANCES: ~21~ r "Admiral T\ : . 1-ton air conditioner 220 volt. Norse automatic washer. 5125 each. Ph. 3-1288. FOR RF.NT j BEDROOM for rrni. 315 W. Sth. Ph. 3-3480. ?s. t:\riiRNisnrD APTS. CLUTE: 4 rooms with shower. Spanish .< -leaking people ac- copied. S2fl month. Corrai't Pa and Ma Acker Varie.y Stoic. Clute or Ph. 5-39H'!. JONES CREEK. Unfurnished apartment. 3 rooms and ta'h. Ph. 3-3043. (he Dow Chemical Co. Water De-i. oovs. lor the flowers and : ALMOST NEW black the recent ;S6. Fl'HNISHED APARTMENTS kind-i!-" during ill'ic« and death of our father, \\'. v. Ca-vp'.iell of Palestine.' Tcxa-. W .L. Campi.cll and famny and sranclchilriren Harold HopV-irs , W. D. Ciemiany_ — IV^' hnu' : f plants for snic. 201 ;: Ave. A, Velasco. Ph. 3- dress and 2 Indies suit: !>. Also G.E. Clock rr-'" .1-1222. or 16. rXSTIH'CTION PIANO LESSONS: Young experienced teicher has open-; iiTgs for students of all lev- cis. LiK-atcd in Southern Oaks. Convenient Io Clute' and Lake. lac -kson. Ph.5-2405. 2:i S \LF.SMfN WANTED APPLIANCF. salesmen and women. Full or part lime. Dcar- Tir- .md Appliance Co. 410 S, 'in, North Fweport Ph. 3-3lilil • .,., , _ — „ „ •>• 'ALr-FEMALF. HELP FXECUTIVK SECRET ARY: Male or female, Tieeded for the llrd/.ona County Tu'ier- culons Association. Applications s'.iould b.' filed bctnre June 20, 1!)57. Write Box 176, An.'ileton. or Ph. 053S) WE WISH 'o interview m.n and women to. sell our Kim- eral Service- Insuianee full or part time. Attractive ront^n-, uous commission basis, (.'all ^-2511 tor ,ipp"in'meiV. . ;« KF.MALF. liF.LP WANTED WAITRESS: Apply m person to Fletchers Drive- !nn. Surl- side Reach. Ph. 3-0215. 27. SALESWOMEN WANTED LADIES to take orders for Metah/eil liahy Stun- Me- ! mentoes froni pioud parents. 1 Unit ol tales S.i.ftd Io S2U. commission. Permanent year round proposition. P r o t e e 1 f d terrilon . Contaet E. L. Jatkson, 1U1.) W Tib Si. I'a. :l 4:;«7. 39. WORK WANTED, WOMEN BABY SITTING in >our home. , jj Ph. 3-1274. ,-', BABY SITTING in y.iur home. ^ or n^me. Ph. 3-17iiU. '. CHILD CARE: while >ou work, ; play or shop. Fenced >a:d, T.V.. aa" condilioncQ loom lor naps. Heady June Itlth .Mrs. £ W. K. J^-aiher. Pii. ")-5f)72 I II. SKHVICKS OFFERED t- BRAZOlilA COUNTY SElru: j\ SEUVICE- Tanks eieaned, 111| Stalled, free c.^llnl,•ite^, de. ( pendiible. fair rate.-. Ph. o"" GLOBE DETECTIVE SKH VICE For in'oi'mjttinn piione 7- fiibi or \si'lc Box 224, l.-alu;' Jackson, Texa: . DAVENPORT UPHOl.STt.R- INC;: Call 3-127-'. Flee- ... ;i males glaai.y xi'.en M .-, e,i to SljLghier Kuad ACCOHDiON: Suitable child 4 to 12. Ph. 3-2339. GALVANIZED PIPE: Special prices for short time only. 1 2", per ft '. . I3c ,? 4". per ft 16c 1 1 4", p.?r ft ?.Pc 1 1/2". per ft 34c per ft 3tllc 4" Orangebeig sewer pipe. pear ft 38Jc Open 7 davs a week. Waynes Enterprises! Ph. 5-2012. FORMS:" lv , vet FREEPORT: 1010 W. 4th St. V -j 7e Bachelor apartment. Ph. 3.: ", h . 3242. FURNISHED A PART M ENT ! for rent. Couples onlv. Ph. I 3-27S4. ' LAKk JACKSON: 211 Birch, brick veneer 3 bedroom and (ten. Ph. 7-691B alter S p m. LAKE~ .TACKSON: 807 Mag-1 nolia. Three bedroom home, central heat. Ph. 7-6992. RIVERSIDE TERRACETvroorn home on corner lot. Make \n offer. Ph. 3-1180. i MALL DOWN PAYMENT ' buys 3 bedroom home. Living I room, dining room, kitchen I with double sink and drain, utility room, car port and fenced yard. Floors and interior rofinished. Rowland Realtv. 103 plantation Drive. Will take trade. Ph. 7-3543. ?. \ N~BERN ARlTrtTVER: 92' Vrontage. Spacious 2 bedroom. 2 bath home buiU on slab. S15.000. Mr;. W. L. Walter Realtor. Ph. 3-2541. TWO BEDROOM HOME onTj acres. S4.000. SI 000 down. Mr. Buell, Rt. 1, B.MZora. Ph. 5938. THERE'S MILEAGE, lots of it, in our used cars. Drop in and see. Friendly Service Station, liway 2S8. Ph. 3-9277. • LL SELL OR~TRADiF*quity in 1957 Buick Century Hardtop for older model. Kenneth Pell. Lakeside Trailer Court. Clfite. 949~CHEVROLET~PfckuP:'"j i ton. New paint. Only $300. Ph. 3-2410. Program Seems To Be Jinx For Some Bf ALINE MOSBY UP Hollywood Reporter HOt.LYWOOD —im— Wha happens to the tearful. happ> subjects of "This I* Your Life"? Cost of Labor 19.H PLYMOUTH Station Wag on with extras. Original owner. $95 down. Ph. 7-2014 ITS SO EASY Vil you need to do to insert a Classified Ad in The Braios- nort Facts i« to step to your phone and call "Miss Classified" direct at 3-2611 or 3- H.M1. DRESS FORMS: Special sale Reg. 518.95 adjustable form- only $13.95. French Sewuig Shop. Ph. 5-2751. FREEPORT: 2 rooms with private bath. Comfortably furnished. Ph. 3-1912. LAKE JACKSON 113 Holly. 2 bedroom fiii-ni: Vied. Apartment. Ph. 3-30S6. VELASCO: 214 Ave. A. 3 --oom apartment. Bills paid. Will take children. VELASCO: 3 room furnished apartment. S15 weeklv, , Available Thursday. Ph. 3; 23nM. S9. HA\TF.I> TO RENT .Lie CLUTE OR FREEPORT: Ph. 55541 U yo\i have a 2 benroom home to rent. ELECTRICAL WIRING: KaUEje Cable, per ft. . .. 14-2. per ft 12-2, per ft 12-3. per ft AM types of electrical equip- j 101. OF-PORTITNITIF.S nvnt cheap. Special prices for a few days only. Wavnes Enterprises. Hiway 283,''Chile, Ph. J-2012. 4Jc 5', c . Sc REDUCING MACHINE: Battle' Creek Health Builder. Ph. 34354. WRECKING AND SALVAGE: Complete line of used auto ' [larla and nceesrones. Hich- esl prices for scrap 'ron of any kind. Todd Mo.ior Sales Pi.. 5-2321. Lake Jaeks.,n Roaq. M. HOME FUKV1S1IING3 AltMSTIlONCf" VINAL'Tnlaid linoleum. \Vid- 1 selection ^>f naltern.'-. Pal's Floor Co., 210 W. Broad. Ph. 3-41 Ifi I-l.M'GAINS in living loom suils. Dinette and Dining room suits Piano and Televi- -loi, s. 212 W. Broad, t'ree- imrl BABY CHlli: Solid p,,nRl wi.n adiii.-taliU' springs and oroof inalll-c.vs ..... $2a . J l STKATO-LOUNCEHS StiH 95 WROUGHT IRON CHAIRS: '.eiib tx-loi ful pljstic .-,eat and oaeks. Good for any 10.110. pan- ........... SHI .1'-,, lrby'> Hon.e Kunii-hiilh-. Acld.-s limn po.-.l oftiee. ChiU- UKAST1C REDUCTIONS: L'.ed and i-1-pii.-..-i-j.-Ci I furnituru. :(- rooiii group for oii!\ ^399.95. jllai-gaiti Funmuie, 217 E. I'art. I MODERN" I-'URNITURE: su moms vei -. led.-on^bly priced. ; Cull be srtil dl 1126 W. 8lh MODERN HOME, 3(1x3;!, iiuuve . beer, cnla drinl.:-. t.u.'kU* shop. 1.000 sas lank, oil, boat stalls, boat lilt. "(HI fool water from.' Mrs. M. Mathews, Brar.oria. Ph. 3(178. .5. SPORTING (JOODS 'BOATS, MOTORS: New ! i.=cu WlU .-ell ,,r 11 I Ti'in.-.. 23U VI'L-H 8th. PI' •''.liid alu.r 4 liOAT AMI) SIOTOil: 12' !.._. . h|) inot.n. Ill' Shrr.ip tiu.. I only 4 3"ili .-ii.'u at Ilia Coi.ii • ui'l hull-- :i udi- iiailur lui Vil.r. Li,.. t ,!;„.,...„„ :•„• pi, . -ti"> i 1 ,'jfli.- 4 'Jl.'TKOAidJ .MU'IOI;: l'.-< n ;i'. MP Si oil Alv. ale: ijuliiua. n WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT PROPOSITION for a man to invest .SJOOO to S.'itioo i:i local • well c.-tabli.lied hunrc.'S. al•(i \ i . 01 k in same full time. This is an exceptionally nood deal for the rir^bt man. "This is a •-'lore operating busine;-."." Write Box lo.i.'ij, Frceport, ' Texa-". 101. HOl'SIJS FOR SAM. I ANGLETON: 70.) Akerf, 2 bed- ; room hoine, attached ^citayc. Terms arran^i.o. Pb. 3-1B89. • ANGLETON: 640 K. Lorraine. 3 bedroom home t'arpe-l and Cvcloiie lenee. Ph. Mj.iO. CLUTE: 3 befiidom home, very desirable, icasonablv prie-ed. H J. Davi.s realty, Ph. 35229. BRAZORIA: for sale by OH in r, Dr. Hampil llonie.-tt-ad. 1 »q. liloc!;. I) lol.-, witn 2 slori Irame hou:e. Peeaa trte 001 der fii_ l . limits laeillil }l'.\ :iii. $12,0011 i-d.-h— no more, ii,j 'i"-.s. Contdel Jui- B. Charl:, m, Ph. JA8-4DU7, H.-iiiFiun. '•'.->.. ..'.JUITV: 1!):JO Ave. H. Will coilMdtr Irade for \our lot or cne.,!uc.r IIOUM . ABC lleal- t.v. I'll. 3-32J2. home down, \n. LOTS FOB SALE BTJAZORIA: TT~lolZ~fenceci, leveled. San Augustine, pecan tree?, drive way. culverts. S550. Grover Smith Jr. Ph. 38.11. BERNARD RIVER: 9 tracts, j acre each, 6 miles north of Braroria, 4 miles south West Columbia. Sod down and S.'iO month. Contact Clarence Patterson. 138 Jackson St., West Columbia. Ph. 40-J. CLUTE: HaynesSt. lot 295' by I2P' deep. Large pecan trees. Beautiful home site. Joe Leavins. Gulf Park. Ph. 3-1098. HIGHWAY ~288f~ComeL- business ioi. Rowland Realty. 103 Plantation Dr. Ph. 7-6o43. ; iN f EnCOASTAL CANAL LOTS: Choice \vater front- aue. Beaeroft Realty. Ph. 5; 2102 or night 3-4217. LARGE CHOICE" LOTS: On Oystcv Creek. Golden Acres ' and La!te Forest and other additions. Garrett's Real Es- late. Ph. 7-7721. cifcE LOT: N-ar Southern Oaks. Terms arranged with low down payment. Call 72231 or 7-G23I. SOUTHERN OAKS: Corner lot, 100' l-.y 175' deep. Only KI500. Pii. 3-2(144. 101. BUSl.NTSS PROPKRIV BUSINESS LOTS: 1J acres" on Plantation Drive. 2.8 acres on Loop Road. Two and throe-bedroom homes. Garlett's Real Estate. Ph. 7-7721. DRIVE IN CAFE for rent. Plenty of parking space. In Freeport. Ph. 3-4775 or 3-9150. lO.i. ACREAGE FOR SALE BRAZORIA: 5 wooded Acres, 4 miles out of towm- $1250. Ph. 3-3850. 106. ItKAL KSTVTt: WANTED WE NEED~ 2 'an<i~3~ bedroom homes for immediate buyers. If you v\aiit to sell see Tom Carter, 111 Plantation Drive, Ph. 7-2010 or 7-K823. 1JO. INSURANCE Ph INSURANCE - Accident - Baggage E. L. SAUEH 7HI or Ph. 3-2107 (FHEEPORT: J bi-droni 'i on Wi-.-t tiin only S77 j i >():> ir.uijiii. Set- '11 111 Plantation Dri ! -JUKI in 1 7-M823. 1 r Hk.LPOftT. 1015 ' Equity iu 2 benn. i : Pn. 3-11 13. n C:u t"i .i. Pn. 7 Texa* Oulf Finance MM Immediat^ Opening for Manager Trainees Good mlar.r. . lln»nltnll-»tinn f» plnn other out- henefitn. Pleiunt working c«nrtftlon«. If TOU flrf lonkinr for • future ralh.T than just » jab. plenne ipplr In prr-on to MR. CLARK !>*»« Gulf Ftn»ncf Turpon Inn Village Frepport MINC.f HMEFITS AND •ASIC HOUKIY PAY 'ialph Edwards happiU lounced that a New York ni?ht •lub job, a TV series, a beautiful bracelet, were to be hers. But since then what has hap- To singer Mae Williams, re- nvned to Mac would make an- • Mae. known *t the hard- overing from a broken back other weepy program. She was;luck" singer, had to hock the nd a bout with polio, appear- hit by the prize show "jinx"- : gold bracelet Edwards gave her ng on the sudsy show Feb. 9. not a superstition, but s nis-; on thr> show, She later retrieved 955, seemed a stroke of good jruptins of her normal life that, it from the pawn shop. She had orlune. Master of ceremonies; often hits txcited winners of to sell her house. an-1 fame and fortune on television. | Luck Finally Turns i Mtn«9*r Objected cjrip opened a litllc nightclub ! Her "prize" of a singing job here but had *o close when the 'nl Monte Proser's club in New rent was doubled. Her father 'York .lever came about. also had a stroke. j -Ralph Edwards did his part.: "Then I got a job in Bakers- Ibut my manager and I couldn't field and my life began to go agree." explained Mae. "I be- up." she smiled, llieve he asked too much money, ,She met nightclub comic Vie and we never got together on Ferry. After one date he pro- a deal and then-la Vie closed, posed to her in the middle of so thnt torik care of that: his floor show, and one date i "I was offered singing jobs later they were married last all over the country. But my November, manager kept asking more- Vic got Mae a record con- money because of the "This Is tract at Verve. With the movie i Your'Life' sh«w — so I never projector she won on "This I« not any of the jobs. Your Lif?" he showed the pi| "We shot two episodes of my filmed TV series, and then that i bogged down and never [finished or sold." After a blow-lip. Mae and 'her manager parted company. i "I couldn't get a job for $4 '» day." she said. CHARTS from National Industrial Conference board. New i York, trace the rise of factory payrolls and (lower I the 76.5 per cent of factory income which goes to wages nnd salaries. Th« 23.S per cent includes rent, interest, undistributed profit?, dividends, tnxe.*. 13*. USED CARS FOn SALE 12S. I'SFn CARS I'OR SALE SPECIALIZED SERVICE for AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS • Factor/ trained mnchanlr* on ill make* of automatics transmissions • U Vtart ejperlfnct In •pecialiirrf nfrvlre • Offering repair and esrhtnie tran«mls«loiu FOR rOMPLKTE rXGIXK TTVK-LP, CHECKING AND FF.PAIR, C*LL OR STOP BY THE LAKE NASH COMPANY Ojiler Creek Drive Ph 7-Z4.11 I.ak« Jackson why do it TIIE HARD AUTOMOBILE AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLED , JONES CREEK: '- alld flur.jgc iit'if 01 lai KiM-unniA- pine., ' Enu-ipriM.-, H i >\ :, (.'lull-, Ph. 6-2U12. KLNGHSH PARTIES. lea ii.-hmg every dd>. HI Pi). 7- LAWNMOWER RENTALS. Delivery and pkk-up. All n-ai:c^ power ii,uwfi>; icudirs. Guidon's, Ph, 5-5-ildl. PAINTING:' Exurnor, U!Uu ul , ilicc-siock v.i>rk. Vanish. Guaiaiitt.tid. L. O. Gf.iUiai Ph 3-lli94, L,|- 3-4947 ninht SEPTIC" TANK 'CLEANING Electric Sew e;-looter »*i'. :cr reasonable. Wi- puiup an. v thing. acj v.neie. Pn 5-5357 CRUISER. Iti', :'.j .-IH iic luulor, ,-leriiii^, eon- l.ailer. eOiiiOli'le SiOJ.") -on .'ill HP Ekelnc, lur.-.' r gUuranH'L . . . S 425 -OU -')U HP III.-A r K L,ai u'lU-e . . . S -i'jij i;i.. 3(1 HP Kkelne. ielL- v.liil i-onlioi-s S j'J.j ei-t .--puHillS (jucids, . Ph 5-2415 );)N'KS CHEEK. l.r.L- oak ; I-hlvt - i>OC' I OOI1I illjll.t; j ,11 1 C 1 ':::i-t. Pn 3-^B'J2. JijfiE.S CIlEEK: ri'oiitiiT I.:.-|.-. t rnuin iionir oil 1 acic uf ..•mi. Pn. .i-4u^. i ..iKE JACKSOK: Nit-i;. ix-- );iks huiro'. Ki-iiced > ard. ' )uly SI I5u du'.-.n total to .,D\ e ill. h..^ Tom Cai-ler, ill Manialioii DIUL. Pn. 7-U01U or 7 -u:.'_ > I'll. MOKTG4GE LOAN'S LOANS for repair and remodeling up to 53,500. 00 months payment luring, llaynes Lum- j bi'i- Ciuii|ianv._Pjl 3-241 I. _' r:.i. .MOHII,t HOMKS ' j w. luih. KOH"SALE on RENT: 2 bed-1 •ONI hour.-. 10i ,, nailer house. 315 W. 8<h ! Ph. 3-3430. | LL-UIOOMI ;M' ALUMINUM liailei-, . ap iiinitiit d..'coi,iterl. Fully e<jiiipp';J. ; 1 on;. sij.iii. B23 W. Dth. Ph. ,J-'itJ! I^-J. Al'TOMOTIVE SERVICES GOODYEAR Supi-i- Cushion D..-hixu Tubfle^s Tires. Rt'g. > 124.68 value for itia.SS. reriii, Sl.oO weekly, (jood-' year Sci'uet Store, 222 West] It',. 1H( t KS - TKAILKKS UTILITY TiKiler. Custom naui-. Original coil 5100. S.R-ill.i-L- lor $60. Ph. 3-4175 TRY ,,.,-.,., ., , . I'StO CABS FOK SALE ..KE JACKSON: Ecjuily in 3! — . .. -- iTt.tuuuiii iiunn;. SiJrt IIU.MI j BARGAINS: 1950 Plymouth Udlaute hki- ii/ut. Rav.landl 1951 Dod^c; 1951 CMC "nc* W iiuatty. l ; n. 7-bJi3. LAKE JAC.'KSON: 3 ueciiooni home Yvitb furiuly lourn, 2 t a! .i;iic4C. f'HA t-'l ili.v Ru'*\ ijii'j "-. " ! i.'•. 11)3 Pliintatior up. 212 W. Broad ot.. F'ie- purt. STUDEBAKER: 1948 Champion. Overtime, radio, heal>v. L lean and no rust. Ph. & 211!). 1. 2. 3. Small down Payment & Low Monthly Installments. Immediate Installation By Factory Trained Mechanics. Easily Interchangeable to your next car. SMITH CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 202 E. BROAD COMPANY PH. 3-3122 lot film of her TV scrips — and it finally opened on f lo- was cal station to good reviews two week? ago. "ThP fir>t mil afipr my «hnw \vas from Ralph Erhvnrds," she hrflmfd. "He also sent me ros- 'VERSATILITY 3' SLEEVES MORE BABIES aie born in August, according to statistics, and summer "waitinR'' is a cool ploasure in a Page Boy's creamy b»i;je textured sillc double breasted two-piece fines. Smartly tailored, yqt it letaina nil it.i femininity \vith a soft and fluid jacket. Freshly buttoned in white with a detachable white collar, and lopped with p bei^e sillc or- ;anza bow. our mother-to-be .taveU freely and lightly any- vhere-this summer, AMONG FASHIONS up designers' slfc.ven days In this thrtfr- ' way creation. Mae.Shore Classic'* "Versatility 3." TV aetreai Dollv Anne Wood models. (Intemnttonnll HAWK, TO STOP LOW HLANES Stock Market Courltty Und»iwfod N«un»u« Ca. of Houilon NOON CALL T Airhr, -iber i~/il AT Can 'A ay Sr ires -. Ai Af I'ac . . . hler . _ - l'o;n Pub Seiv . . Dow L'iiein . Duncan Cotfee Krecpt Sul . Gen ('rude .... Geroer's _ ^ , Gen Mul _ . . Glut IJil . -- . Gulf S U . - . ll-jiisluii L.vP . .. Humble Oil Int Bu., :.! _ _ Inl Mm Cn ^ . - lul Shoe . - . J I Ptnny - . _ Jtti Lai. i 5 . Kirov _ I. on L A; t. . . - Miuit D I i . Mil Pae Phiii Pet . . _ . Pa II K ... Si.iirav Uil . .. . Tex G Sul - - .. TCXJ:: Cu Woodle, Pel . . US Sletl l : u 1'ac .Siu;:er M.ina -Stf Ci.em Ki juk Li:e fiii . I, lie Ins Vi/j l.:ne riiit Life lM,uiu Life Can W T Grant . ili. H:,M\!.l. HELP WAM'IiU COOK WAITRESS General Kitchen Help NEEDBO l-or Uu» Hotel. ( unUil PttrN(/iuit-l lifpirtinuiit. IMant II. >n ocrMin. A »[ilit tucdiid alter beiiij luuiitbed Iroiu moblla launcher. ARMY'i NtWiSt mimic, tiie Hawk, foi Hopping luu-flying fnemy ';ljiu-», luj b^ttt unwrapped at White Sandii Piuvuig Oioimd, ',. M. It 14 16 feet long, ift uichcn in diunietcr. aiu) u A product of , U:mo M«j)ufai.tunng company of Ma»Mcuiuelit. It it de- ..til for use by comual trpupa. The iiuwk canicj radar whuh it:-is low plane* wuitll Um ladar o( «.n " nmi>ileK at the Nike II

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