The Tribune from Coshocton, Ohio on December 22, 1957 · 15
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1 SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 19ST THE COSHOCTON, OHIO, TRIBUNE PAGE FIFTEEN I-.-.. - . r4 .v.i7-r "J 'NATION'S IDEAL HOUSEWIFE"-Mr. Richard M. NUon, wif. rt the vice president, receivet a large sterling silver bowl after her selection as the "Nation's Ideal Housewife in a poll of two million members of the Homemakers Forum. Qualities noted were those of wife, mother and hostesa. Malting the presentation at the Capitol are Mrs Rita Beam of Dayton, Ohio, left, "Homemaker of the Year," and Howard S. Cohoon, founder and director of the Forum. Public Told 'Complete' Missile Project Immediately By DONALD J. WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP) U .S. officials cautioned today against hopes that bigger spending for missiles will quickly produce a new European defense line bristling with long-range American-made missiles pointed at Russia. They said it will take 18 months to two years to translate into reality the Paris NATO decision to base nuclear-armed 1,500-mile missiles in Western and Southern Europe. There were reports in Western diplomatic circles here that President Eisenhower is ready to call for a "crash" program to move up the deadline-now set for mid-1959. They were not officially confirmed although a major effort to speed production of the intermediate-range ballistic missiles Jupiter and Thor was hinted Friday by Defense Secretary Neil H. McElroy. McElroy said Mr. Eisenhower will isk Congress next month for a one billion dollar special defense appropriation, for immediate use, apart from the expected big increase in the 1959 fiscal year defense budget. In background talks, administration officials emphasized the delay-producing problems that must be solved rather than the speed they expect in matching Russia's missile threat. Must Remove "Bubs" Neither the Army's Jupiter nor the Air Force Thor have com No Progress Is Reported in Dayton Newspaper Strike DAYTON.' Cffiio'.'Dec. 21 (UP) Officials of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., and the Dayton mailers union met today in an unsuccessful effort to end the strike which left the city without a daily newspaper for the second time in eight months. Management of the two papers, the afternoon Daily News and the morning Journal-Herald, then announced publication was suspended indefinitely. Both papers failed to publish today due to the walkout of Local 137, International Mailers Union. Meanwhile, George Houk, business manager of the weeky" Ket-tering-Oakwood times, said if the strike continued beyond Christmas I IN THE SERVICE Airman 2nd Class Thomas White arrived this past week in Coshocton from Hamilton AFB, Calif., for a 15-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold White, 1215 Cambridge rd. Specialist 3c Paul K. Frederick has arrived' home for the Christmas holidays after completing a 42-week course in SAM fire control system maintenance at Fort Blisa, Texas. He is scheduled to return to Fort Bliss for an additional 14 weeks training and then will be as- signed to permanent duty there as an instructor. Elvis Presley 'Sweating Out' Obligation to Uncle MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 21 (UP) -Rock and Roll idol Elvis Presley sweated out his military status tonight, not knowing if he will get a draft deferment sought by his Hollywood boss. Presley received his draft notice In person Thursday night. It was kept a dark secret for 24 hours until Presley telephoned his West Coast studio that a change in plans was in the works. Presley had been slated to start his fourth movie, reporting to New Orleans on January 20, the same date he was ordered to report to Camp Chaffee, Ark. As soon as the news broke, teen age girls crowded around the big Iron gate of his $100,000 Grace-land mansion in suburban Whitehaven. "I feel like crying," said one "It's a crime," moaned another young brunet. , The Mississippi born Presley rose to rock 'n roll fame with his hip-swinging, condemned by tome groups as indecent. In less than five years Presley had moved from l public housing project with low rent, to a $40,000 home, finally moving to his present swank lodgings. i I IHI 1 sil n-ni Spending Won't Produce GONZALES pleted tests although they have been ordered into production "Bubs' still must be removed from their complex mechanisms. At best, production will be slow. Negotiation of agreements with Allied nations to base tha missiles and nuclear warheads on their soil is expected to be time-con suming. It is hoped, however, that a pattern being established In the U. S. British agreement can be follo-ved. Seclection of actual base sites and construction of the boses, in eluding special rocket fuel and "there is no doubt we would in crease the frequency of publics tion." He Indicated, however, that the weekly would not shift to daily operation. The strike started at 6 a. m yesterday and other craft union members refused to cross picket lines set up by the mailers. Both papers operate in the same build ing. Raymond E. Brown, president of Local 137, said management "shut off all avenues of settlement by demanding the union re-enter negotiations apparently on the same basis as existed on Oct. 17" when negotiations first began. He said the union is seeking the average mailers wage rate as es tablished by union contracts in Ohio. "The union believes that three months of sincere and honest ne gotiation in which time all issues with the exception of four have been settled, should not be discard ed," Brown said. fie said the four issues were the elimination of long-standing union seniority, the elimination of overtime concessions when work ing from one paper to the other, wages and vacations. ' After the meeting, Robert A Wolfe, executive vice president and general manager of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., announced the suspension and said no further sessions were scheduled. Hollywood appeared more con cerned over the draft notice than Presley, who said he was "ready to return something for what the country has given me. He also told his draft board ehairman Milton Bowers, Sr., that he "hated to leave his mother and father." Presley Is an only child, his twin brother died at an early age. Studio production chief Frank Freeman of Paramount said Pres ley s Induction would cost the studio as much at $350,000 because of "preparatory investments" on the scheduled movie "King Cre ole." Presley has accumulated t fortune from his records, movies and sundry Elvis Presley enterprises. So the "hardship" angle could only involve the studio. Meantime the girls kept a vigil at the big gate to get an autograph or a glimpse of Presley. "He signed my arm," said one girl. "I just want to touch ' his lips hla eyes," said another. "I'll follow him anywhere even to Army camp. .they can't keep me away." J maintenance facilities and other novel, elaborate equipment is not likely to proceed without hitches The toughest hurdle of all may be in working out arrangements on exactly when and how, the mis siles will be used. This means, who will pull the trigger, and when. Strategists are worried about the firing agreements. They will have to be set up so that retaliatory action can be launched in a matter of minutes in event of an attack. A 10 or 15 minutes transatlantic wrangle over shooting back might mean a cataclysmic defeat in modern warfare. British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan told the House of Com mons Friday that Britain will have "complete negative control, absolutely" on use of American missiles stationed in Britain. To Washington, this means that both the United States and Britain would have to concur before a missile was fired. The British-U. S. agreement is expected to be the pattern for missile-base pacts with Turkey, The Netherlands and other allies. The United States and its allies would share the cost of building the bases. The host nation would control the bases on their soil once they are built. Missiles fur nished by the United States to an ally's armed forces would be placed under control of local forces which in turn might come under the supreme commander for Europe, an American. But his author-it to fire the missiles would be limited. U. S. nuclear warheads would continue to be under strict American control, as required by U. S. law. They would be stockpiled at or near missile bases where they could be attached to rockets quickly and fired. Training on missile use would be carried on at the bases and training centers. In event of attack or an impending attack President Eisenhower has emergency authority to release warheads to the Europeans for firing. Then the Europeans, with American advice, would have to judge quickly whether firing is justified, American and Allied officials will have to agree in advance on a wide range of actions to be taken in the event of various forms of attack. Arr-ngements might be .nade, for example, that under certain contingencies action might be taken automatically, Atomic Plant at Piqua Said Near WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP) An Atomic Energy Commission spokesman said today "we are hopeful a basis for agreement will be reached before long" with Piqua, Ohio, officials on a municipal nuclear power plant. He said Piqua officials and AEC representatives "made some progress ' toward an agreement In an all-day meeting here Friday. Piqua officials at the conference were City Manager Robert Hance, utilities director John Gallagher, and city attorney Richard Wilson. The Piqua plant would be built under the AEC's power reactor demonstration program. Under a 1957 law the "basis for agree ment" between the commission and the city must lie before the Congressional Atomic Energy Committee for 48 days The AEC spokesman said the city and commission are trying to get an agreement "worked out as son as possible" In order to sub mit It shortly after Congress con venes Jan. 7. Work of Restoring Home to Begin Soon It was learned Saturday that work of restoring the residence of the Kenneth Hawthorne family In Pleasant Valley, badly damaged by fire Thursday noon, would be start ed around the first of the year. Although section of the brick, ranch atyle structure was badly damaged by flames, quick action of the South Tuscarawas volunteer firefightlng squad extinguished the fire and averted a much larger property loss. Former Director Of Menial Hygiene Has-New Position COLUMBUS, Dec. -21 (UP)-Dr. Earl Albretht, former acting director of the state Department of Mental Hygiene and Correction, said today he had accepted the position of deputy director of the Pennsylvania . Health Department, effective Jan. 15. He will receive $18,000 annually, the same as he received while act ing director here. During the last few months, Dr. Albrecht was clinical director of the Colombus State School at $16,000. "I have enjoyed Columbus," he said. "The Columbus State School is a very pleasant place in which to work, but this is a splendid opportunity. It came as a complete surprise and I am very happy about it." He said tha new position would provide a chance to lecture at the University of Pittsburgh's school of public health. Dr. Albrecht came here in 1956 after 21 years as health commissioner in Alaska. He was graduated from Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa., and of Je'flerson Medical College, Philadelphia. He subsequently spent three years of residence training at Abington Me morial Hospital, Philadelphia. BED OF NAILS GONE LILLE, France, Dec. 21 (UP) Swiss psychologist Francois Cut- tat, who makes a business of expos ing bogus supernaturalists, was minus one of his props today Someone broke into his cr and stole his bed of nails. CLASSIFIED Advertising Information Advertising orders tor lrre(tular In sertions takes the one time rate No ad la taken for tesa than minimum of three Unee Count five average worda to the line The Coshocton Tribune shall not be held responsible lor typographical errors except to the extent of the cost or the aa Tor the nrst insertion All ads are restricted to their prop er classification and to the regular Coshocton Tribune style or type, i ne publisher reserves the nfrnt to edit or reject any ciassniea advertising copy Charge Cash One qay 19o 17c per line Three days 16e 14c per line INDEX PUBLIC NOTICX Obituary 1 Card of Thanks 1A In Memorials a Undertakers, Ambulance ........ 9 Monuments 4 Lost and Found ft Special Notice fl BUSINESS NOTICES Professional 7 Business Services Offered 8 WANTED Wanted To Buy e Wanted To Rent 10 Mscelianeous Wants ......11 AUTOMOBILES Automobiles 19 Used Cars For Sale 13A Trailers For Sale 12B service stations ........ ....... .13 Auto Accessories 14 Bicycles and Motorcycles 14A EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 18 Employment Service ISA Situations Wanted .......19 FOR SALE Household Goods 17 Sewing Machines , 17A waiipaper and Paints 17B Coal Dealers , 18 Good Things To Eat 19 Seeda. Plant. Plowera 20 Miscellaneous For Sale ....... ...31 LIVESTOCK Livestock For Sale ., 23 Rabbit. Dors. Pet 22A Farm Equipment 23 poultry ana Einrt 24 Stock and Poultry Feed ,....34 RENTALS Rooms For Rent 28 Houses For Rent 27 Farms and Land For Rent ......28 Miscellaneous For Rent ...39 REAL SET ATX House For Sale so Business Opportunities 30A Farm and Land For Sal ...... .81 Real Estate Wanted ..82 FINANCIAL Money to Loan 83 Mictions PUBLIC NOTICE Card of Thanks 1A I WANT to thank the neiehbors. friends. Sisterhood Clan, Farm Bureau Council for their card and gilt during my recent accident. Mrs. Lomon Hawk. DORNAN We wish to thank Rev. Hoy, Dawson Funeral Home, Dr. A. H. Magness, Dr. Craig, the Nurses of County Memorial Hospital, also friends and neighbors who helped In any way during the tllnew and death of our father Charles B. Dor-nan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dornan Mr. and Mr. Robert Dornan Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dickey. I WISH to thank my many friends for their cards, gtft, flower and especially their prayer. Thank to Dinod donor, to the nurses, nurse's aids. Doctor Foster, Craig and Johnson for their kindness shown me during my recent slay in th Mr. Jo Tlaonyal. DENNIS W wish to tak thl oi portunity to offer lncere than 11 to our mi our many friends, nelahbor and relatives for flowers, cards, and ex pression of sympathy during our recent bereavement In the loss of our Husband and Father, Edgar Dennis, Newcomerstown. Ohio. W wish to specially thank Rev. Robert O. Muffley for his service, also Rev. Clar St. John, Rev. John Fletcher and Roy Maneely, The Bonnell Funeral Home, the pallbearers, donors vi cars ana an those wno helped in any way. aii was aeepiy appreciated, Mr. Edgar Dennis, Roy, Homer. Arthur and Novella Undertaker. Ambulance Gibson & Bontra.crer AMBULANCE OXYOE EQUIPPED 809 S FOURTH PHONE 1139 Glass Funeral Home "KNOWN FOR BETTER SERVICE ambulance phone 40 710 MAIN STREET Dawson Funeral Home AMBUr.ANCE-OXYOFN IM PARK AVE PHONE 12 Lest end Found S FOUND Beeele Hound In Warwick vicinity. Harry Terman, Coshocton BUSINESS NOTICES Special Notice TERRIFIC for traffic. Olaxo oote4 asphalt tile can really take tha wear. Indi waxing, riahar Wall paper tc Paint Co. JANITROL AUTOMATIC OAS HEATING. FREE ESTIMATES. BOWN'S m. 387 NO MORI shabby sweater! keep them clean with fast dissolving Knit Lure no ahxlnklng. Brungart's Drug Store. MADAM MARIE, PALMIST Advice oo All Alfalri 404 North Fourth Bt, Phone 1939-J Phelps Refrigeration AMD AIR CONUmONINO PHONE S449 Ramsey's Heating Co. Rooflm. EDOUtlni. HeatlnR. Eto South Second Street Phone 1063-W NEW LOCATION REWINDING & REPAIRING AC-DC Elec. Motor Repair Rear 823 N Tenth St Ph 387B ACETYLENE WELDING Keagy & Lear Mach. Co. Business Services Offered 8 Septic Tank Cleaning LSO CESSPOOLS A VAULTS LICENSED OPERATORS DALE DICKERSON PHONE 647 FOR CEMETERY Grave Blankets, winter bouauets. large selection beautiful wreath Also full line Christmas plant and cut bloom KEIFER FLOWER baxjr By County Memorial Hosp Ph 913 FLOOR SANDING and LINOLEUM Linoleum It Tile Sold & Installed STEWART FLOOR-CRAFTER3 ONE MILE OUT WARSAW ROAD Phone 8503-W Coshocton Rt PIOMAN'S REFRIGERATION. ELEC TRIC AND HEATING SERVICE, ROUTE 3. PHONE 2920-W AU THORIZED DEALER FOR ARM STRONG HEATING AND AIR CON DITIONING EQUIPMENT USED typewriters, adding machines All motes, new portaDies terms Authorized Remington -Rand agent Ph Cosh 272 or Wright Typewriter Exchange. Zanesvllle Ph QL 8- -3452 FRANKLIN PLUMBING SEE JOHNNT FRANKLIN 616 ASH ST, PH 915. EVE'S 2107-W2 ARNOLD TIN SHOP Lennox Beating. Air Condltloag Roofing and Bpoutmg 130 SO 2ND ST PHONE 701 WATKINS Product pick four, pay for three, your Watklns Dealer. Austin cuuip, aussiieia. fa. Warsaw aowj JOHNSON'S PLUMB INO A HEATING Phone 1013 Pleasant Valley Road DONT JUNK THAT OLD WASHER Will repair It for you. All makes repaired Rebuilt washers for sale PAUL HUFF PHONE 4098 WANTED Wanttd to Buy WANTED All kind of car to wreck scrap Iron, rags and nytal Ph. 293 W&13BLA11 UlUN S aUTX ALi W BUYING Wet or Dry, All Grain. Best Market in Ohio. Coshocton Grain Co. Phone 8. OLD GUNS -OLD COINS DALE STICKRATH 612 WALNUT ST. BUYING METALS AND JUNK ALL KINDS. PHONE 1433-W HOFFMAN BROS. Rear County Jail. AUTOMOBILES Used Cars for Sale 12-A 57 Olds "88" 2-Door 7,000 MILES '57 Olds "88" 4-Door FULL POWER '57 Chevrolet Bel Air STANDARD SHIFT '57 Mercury Monterey 2-Door, 12,000 Miles '56 Olds "98" 4-Door '55 Chevrolet V-8 4-Door Station Wagon '55 Olds Super "88" Holiday Sedan '54 Olds Super "88" Holiday Coupe ' '53 Chevrolet 4-Door '53 Olds Holiday Coupe '53 Ford 2-Door STRAIGHT 8HIFT '52 Dodge 4-Door '52 Mercury 2-Door '51 Olds 2-Door '51 Buick Super 4-Door '51 Chevrolet Hardtop '51 Chevrolet 2-Door Olinger Motor Sales 131 SOUTH THIRD PHONE 1230 AUTO MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREE TRUi TONE MUFFLERS and PIPES FOR ALL CARS and TRUCKS CALL 2570 or 372-W Dickerson Auto Parts STATE ROUTE 271 ACROSS NEW BRIDGE AUTOMOBILES Used Cars for Sale... 12 NOTICE ALL Automatic Transmissions Serviced and Repaired Dickerson Auto Parts ROSCOB, O. PHONE 373-W alO 195S CHEVROLET "ISO , a-Dr. cheap. Ph. 2489-R wee oayi aiwr o pju. AU day SaWday and Sunday 87 CHEV. Bl Air 4-DTM Nw. 57 CHEV. Bel Air 4-Dr Demo. 64 CHEV. Bpt. Cpe.. B& Sharp. '63 CHEV. 2-Dr., P.G.. Power Steering 53 PLYMOUTH Cranbrook 2-Dr. 51 MERCURY 4-DK., Bio., onus. 51 CHEV. 6pt. Cpe.. P.O., Clean. 46 PONTIAC 2-DOOR. HUSTED MOTORS PHONE WARSAW 2311 ANYTIME SUPERIOR SCRAP & AUTO PARTS NCW USED AUTO PARTS COSHOCTON -ROSCOB SD PH 8144 Pre-Inventory SPECIALS 1957 MERCURY 4-DOOR 1957 OLDS 4-DOOR 1958 MERCURY 2-DR. HDTP. 1958 MERCURY 4-DOOR 1958 FORD 4-DOOR 1956 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR 1955 OLDS 4-DOOR 1955 MERCURY 4-DOOR 1955 CHEVROLET PICK-UP 1954 MERCURY 2-DR. HDTP. 1954 MERCURY 4-DOOR 1964 FORD 2-DOOR 1952 PONTIAC 4-DOOR 1953 PACKARD 2-DR. HDTP. 1953 BUICK 2-DR. HDTP. 1951 NASH 4-DOOR 1949 OLDS 2-DOOR Sicker Motor & Imp. Co. LINCOLN and MERCURY aiTlr.ct nrt RERVIPW RIVER ROAD PHONE 2349 WANTED Car to Wreck Top Price BAG USED CARS IAKE PARK ROAD PHONE 2818 ' MOTOR TUNE-UP AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION RRAKE SERVICE COMPLETE GENERAL REPAIRING FREE ESTIMATES American Auto Sales 134 N Fifth Street Phone NIGHT PHONES 3048-J or 2959 1955 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF CUSTOM CATALINA COUPE 1965 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER 8 2-DOOR 1953 PONTIAC 8 4-DOOR 1952 PONTIAC CUSTOM CATALINA COUPE 1952 PONTIAC 8- 4-DOOR 1951 CHEVROLET HARDTOP 1950 BUICK SEDANETTE Johnston Motor Sales PONTIAC SALES and SERVICE 514 CHESTNUT ST. PHONE 210 1955 CHEVROLET Pickup Truck, Ton. good condition. 1051 CHEVROLET Pickup Truck, W Ton. WARSAW IMPLEMENT CO. Warsaw, Ohio. Phone Warsaw 2851 AUTO GLASS RADIATOR SERVICE Dickerson Auto Parts ROSCOK. O PHONE 372-W - 2870 '57 FORD CUSTOM 3-DR. '56 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 4-DR. HARDTOP. 56 MERCURY MONTEREY 4-DR. 55 PLYMOUTH PLAZA CLUB SEDAN '54 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 3-DR. HARDTOP. 55 CHEVROLET V-8 CONVT. COUPE. "55 DE SOTO POWERDOME 4- DR. 55 DE SOTO POWERFLITB 4-DR. '54 DODGE ROYAL 4-DR "54 IMPERIAL 3-DR. HARDTOP 53 CHRYSLER WINDSOR DEL. 4-DR. '53 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN 4-DR. '51 BUICK SPECIAL 4-DOOR. Sheatsley Motor Co. Imperial - Chrvuler - Dodge SALESMEN: PAR NELL DAWSON. MYRON KARR HAROLD SHAFFER 130-134 SO. 3ND PHONE 1119 TERMITE CONTROL CALL rHE rwflMITE "KING FOE FREE INSPECTION CHESTER STONEBURNER PHONE WEST LAFAYETTE 5-6365 Muskingum Valley Lumber. Pb. 465 MIllersbTTf Lumber Co. Pbon t CEMENT BLOCK FOR SALE AT WENTZ CONCRETE and SUPPLY CO NEWCOMERSTOWN Ph.8-7788 81218 8 8-16 8- 6-16 8-4 16 Bond Beam Block, Header Block, Chimney Block, Split Rock. Patio Block STEAM CURED COMPLETE LINE FEEDS CHRISTMAS TREES SHUCK'S NU-WAY FEED CENTER t (Formerly Wilson's) Corner Second and Locust Sts. AUTOMOBILES Used Cars for Sal 12-A WORK CARS $65 to . $395 NO DOWN PAYMENT Olincer Motor Sales 121 SOUTH THIRD PHONE 1230 END-OF-YEAR USED CAR SALE A CHOICE OF MODEt. COLORS - AND EQUIPMENT '67 DE SOTO Fire-Dome Sportsman, Full Power. "67 DE SOTO Fire-Dome 4-Door. Full Power. B DE SOTO Flrefllt Srjortsman, Power Steering. 55 DE SOTO Fire-Dome fipoTtsmam 64 DE BO TO Fire-Dome Sportsman, Full Power. '88 PLYMOTTTH 4-Door, Standard shift. 68 PLYMOUTH 2-Ooor ptatlon Waon. 56 CHEVROLET "210" V-8 2-Door. Power-Glide. '64 PONTIAC 2-Door, Standurd Shift. '53 PONTIAC "8" 4-Door. Above Awskb 53 CHRYSLER 2-Door Hardtop. '53 STUDEBAKER Chemnlon Hardtop. '52 DE BOTO Club Coupe. 2-Tone. Overdrive. 53 OTTS "88' 2-Door. Hvdra-Matlc. '51 STUDEBAKER Ton Plck-Up, A Binraln. "50 DE 80TO 4-Door. A Good Second Car. J?m Rrnailes Motor Sles Your Desoto - Plymouth Dealer ON TUX 8:00 P M. WXCTTT THURSDAY and SATURDAY CLOE AT 1:0O P M 125-127 SOUTH FOURTH RAY WILSON, SALESMAN PETERS AUTO PARTS Net -W Laf Rd Ph. Nctown 8-8083 SPECIAL! WEEK OF DECEMBER 23rd TON LOTS SOY BEAN MEAL .... $72.00 16 DAIRY ...... $65.00 WHITE HOMINY $58.00 No. 1 MALT SPROUTS . $60.00 HOG FOUNTAINS - STEEL FENCE FARMER'S EXCHANGE HICKORY STREET PHONE 49 or 50 WE CLOSE AT 12 NOON SATURDAYS CHRISTMAS SPECIALS AT SCOTT MOTOR SALES 56 Hudson Hornet 4-dr. r, h, hyd $1695 '56 Cadillac Sedan Deville, radioed, $3995 '56 Buick Spe. Riviera 46-R r, h, dyn....$1895 '56 Mercury custom 2-dr. r, h, Mer'tic $1595 '56 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-dr. r, h, PG $1945 '55 Buick Super hdrp 56R r, h, dyn $1695 '55 Chevrolet "210" Club Coupe, r, h, $1195 55 Buick Century hdtp 66R r, h, dyn . $1635 55 Chev. "210" 2-dr. Sedan, heater $1195 54 Olds "98" 4-dr. Sed. h. hyd. PB $1345 54 Buick Century hdtp, t, h, dynaflow $1295 '54 Buick Rmstr hdtp r, h, pow. steer. $1345 '54 Cadillac Coupe Deville, r, h,S $2395 Additional Cars No Money Down 53 Plymouth Belv. 2-dr. $35.20 per mo. Hester r '53 Buick Spe. hdtp r, h, dyn....$41.89 per mo. '53 Chev. 4-dr. Bel Air, r, h. PG $39.67 per mo. '52 Cadillac 4-dr. sed, r, h, hyd $54.17 per mo. '53 Hudson H'net 4-dr. r, h, hy $28.92 per mo. '52 Buick R'ster 4-dr. nVnow $30.70 per mo. Power Steer. '51 Pontiac 4-dr. sed. r, h, $18.98 per mo. 51 Chev. 4-dr. dlxe. r, h, PG....$21.40 per mo. 51 Buick Super 2-dr. hdtp.R $26.07 per mo. Accredited Purchasers Welcome SCOTT MOTOR SALES 133 MAIN STREET AUTOMOBILES Used Car tor SM II-A BUCKEYE MOTORS , 34 HOUR ROAD SERVICE US South Fourth Bt. Phone 88 BUYING CARS TO WRECK SHORTY'S AUTO WRECKING REAR 1368 EAST CHESTNUT ST. Trailers tor Sat U-B IN STOCK, on 18', 2 bedroom Rlcblaaon; one 43 a oearoom Great Lakes Stop and see them. LOOS TRAILER SALES Rt 78 North Phone 3537-J1 8KYLINK MOBILE HOMES RODNEY HALL TRAILER SALES Route 18 South Phone 9H-J4 Bicycltt and Motoreycl ... 14-A Boy's Full Size Bicycle LIKE NEW. 820. PH. 844-J; EMPLOYMENT Help Wntd IS Young Business Executive YOUNO MAN, between 28-48, with executive ability, good education pleasing personality who Is accustomed to active contact with th public. If qualified, write briefly, stating ags, education, business experience, minimum Income requirement and other pertinent Information. Thl position la a permanent one with a nationally known company. No relocation. Unexcelled long ranee Income growth. All letters will be answered. Box 531, care -Tribune. Classified Ad Bring Quick Result $900 Off On 1957 Official's Cars NEW CAR GUARANTEE SCOTT MOTOR SALES 224 MAIN ST. PHONES 2564-2307 PHONES 2307 2564 hi. . m neasant valley).

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