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. -- " Crismon Testifies Before Grand Jury JEFFERSON CITY (AP) -j Shaw told newsmen before James Crismon, already under the elder Crismon was called lederal and state charges of j into the jury room that "this embezzlement, today appeared is I witness before the Cole emmry grand Jury that is looking into a reported $2,500 transaction between himself and state treasurer William E. Robinson.'' ' WfthTHsmoh was his son, Larry Crismon,- who has been amerasTfffrpraM man has not been innoculated with a phonograph needle. He hasn't talked to anybody." Crismon denied he had talked to Jack Flach of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat or anyone else gbo'A-aiULjLansactipn: wjUUfac. state treasurer. He said he threw out of his house one man ..serif. Flach's articles about the al- Returning to Soviet After Skyjacking ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - A Soviet airliner took off from Trabzon today carrying 45 hijacked passengers back to the Soviet Union along with the body of a hostess slain and two crewmen wounded in the seizure. The third wounded r-rpwrnan, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING OUR . , Phone Number Is 233-6181 FOI WANT ADS ONLY Family Want Ad RATES (NON-COMMERCfAJLJ ""ther's story that the $2,500 was! i. n.u: .1. . . . . m j . I io-Mi nurua rrpaiprf stafo " flanncile in 4V, lrvim , cl: ! TlirlfPir uhiln nitfVinritioe creased state ' deposits in the Crismon to Robinson prompt- now oeiunci rirst stale Bank'ed prosecuting attorney Byron of Bonne Terre, Mo. The elder Kinder to ask for the aid of Crismon was president of. the 'two highway patrol investiga-"TbanTtT" itors. Later he got circuit Judge Larry Crismon, who also 1 James T. Riley to , call the faces a no-fund check charge in St. Francois county, was the first to be called into the grand jury room today. Published accounts have quoted Robinson as insisting that the money was accepted as a contribution toward a campaign for adoption of a constitutional change allowing the state treas chief pilot Valery Adeiov, was judged JoowiaktomakCthel iripaftexsurge-for--bullet wound in the chest. Turkey while authorities weighed a Soviet request for their extradition against the hi- j ackers',. request for political. 9mmJ,myJiLS.wz), asylum. A government securi ty official said they would not grand jury. be extradited if they can seek a The two patrol investigators i .vaIld P1Ulcal reason for There were among the first to appear before the grand jury when it convened last week. Thursday the grand jury heard the. testimony of Frank Lupsha, manager of the Ra-mada Motel in Jefferson City, where the transfer of money urer to seek a second consecu-' was supposed to have taken place , t,.v. i- ff;- tu j ! wt icim tii untie, me amciiu- mcnt was approved by the voters last Aug. 4.. The Crismons were accom- panied. Jby their attorney, Alsfr heard Thursday were E. W. Menefee of Sedalia, a highway contractor, and Bill Beabout of Farmington, an env Charles Shaw of Clayton, and ; ploye of a firm selling and serv-Gus Stenberg who said he was j icing heavy construction equip-Shaw's investigator. I ment. Kramer Excited Over Current Film Trends was no word about when the hijacked plane would fly back to the Soviet Union. Turkey has pledged to return it. By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) - To some observers, the American film industry has never been in worse chaos. To producer-director Stanley Kramer, "This is the most exciting time to be making movies." Hollywood's perennial maver- Cruelty Charge Over Imitation Parrot Dropped MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)-A Humane Society inspector issued a citation to a real estate firm this week charging cruelty to a red and green par rot which sits in a cage in front of the firm's office telling of the company's virtues. "Parrot in cage outside in sun all day with no water or shade," read the citation to GAC. tough on the studios and those But the inspector and wom- who work in them. But this is ; an passerby who started the also a very exciting time for film as an art. Cancellations and Corrections Deodlines tor killing or correcting on ed ke the evening News-Press It 10.01-a m. that morning. - 1-15 words 16-20 wordr" 21-25 words" 26-30 words ii 1.15 2.00 1.25 H 0 1.35 1.64 1 days to day 2.99 3.75 465 4.17 7.60 ON ALL WEEKLY ORDERS YOUR TTH DAY IS FREE! "Too Lot to Classify" deadline Ii 11:00 except when published notice statu otherwise. BUSINESS SERVICES A to P ANNOUNCEMENTS Jto13 FARMERS MARKET PLACE 14 to JO RENTALS . 21 to 34 REAL ESTATE 35 to 45 EMPLOYMENT 46 to 54 FINANCIAL 55 to 57 MERCHANDISE 50 to 73 AUTOMOTIVE 74 toJ TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ANTIQUE kitchen cabinet, S35, miscel- laneous tor sate. 2201 Hendricks Heights. I ft. WANTEDS 54" sir electric Steve, good cond-tien. 232-5848. fit 1144 SYLVANIE. available new, redeem BACK PORCH SALE, antiques, avon bos-orated. I bedrooms, 220 wiring, wooden j ties beautiful dishes, lamps, iars, bottles, floors reftnished. By appointment. 332-1 miscellaneous. 214 West Dolmen. Street 4774. f22 I on south. side Lafayette High School. 4 : i blocks west. 122 UPPER FURNISHED 3 rooms, 185 month : all utilities paid. 779-5140. f72 , WANTED painting. Interior and exterior, i..tree estimates. Phone 233-9921. HOT POINT refrigerator, girl's coat Hie i sweaters tin a, boy's coat and suit 4. 2324455. f22 -22 MUSTANG, 1966. red with red interior, 4-cylinder automatic transmission, excellent condition. 270-2231. f22 1970 BRIDGESTONE GTO. must sell, 133- 4438. f22 SACRIFICE mint condition, 199 Ford Galaxie, 14.000 miles, power disc brakes, factory tir, power steering, new fires, regular gas, 30 engine. 4401 Frederick. fU 4-OVELV CARPETING, including pads. gooa condition, tor living, dining, ped- FOR SALE, wooden barrels, 55 each, make good dog house or planters: floor I polisher... ramel back trunk, lair. . 1 5isome ant iques; Hay Llandi. Bavarian; old cake standi some blue glass; crazy ouilt, 120. Call S33-0712. - fll 2.70 3.61 I 6.50 H-onriM kt fot-jajo,. 13,450. $400 down. SAO per month. Owner will carry balance. Located 2311 S. 4th. Call 2334712. fit EXECUTIVE TYPE house for sale or lease, price $21,900, 5210 per month for 2 years on lease, 3-bedroom, 2 baths, , 2 fireolates. . living jeam.nHnlnp ronm. family room, basement garage, car. peted, draped. 2911 Angelique. Owner might carry loan with moderate down payment. Call 2334712. fll 394 350 H.P. motor, completely rebuilt with new carburetor for 5295. Call after 5 p.m. weekday, anytime week ends. 485-3224. f22 ERROR In the event an error occurs In your advertisement. Immediate notice must be given. The News-Press and Galena will not be responsible for more than one Insertion. MERCURY. 1967. 4-door sedan, excellent condition, full power, radio, air conditioner. See 702 N. 24th. f22 STRICTLY PRIVATE', 5 large rooms, close to school, bus and store, choice location, water paid, 1100 month. 1874 Francis St. " tzz FOR SALE, small Iron safe; double gas wall heater, like new. 70.000 BTU gas heater with fan, large size Estate heater, old picture frames, old dated fruit ars, Nov. 30, 1854. 2329215, 279-1394. fU "Before, I was competing with a few hundred other film makers within the Establishment. Now there are 150,000 people making films, or trying complaint were placated when told the parrot is made of plastic and has a tape recorder in its artificial stomach lck, Kramer has been- lighting j to. Young people make films to-the system while working within J day-the way they used to write It, dating back to his emergence novels." as a maker of provocative films. He's still at it. Boyish Looks Still boyish in appearance and enthusiasm at 57, Kramer was in a reflective mood as he approached the end of filming his 10th picture as a director, "Bless the Beasts and the Children." He has long battled the economics of the movie business, and he commented: "Sure, this period has-been PUBLIC NOTICES Published In The St. Joseoh News Press Octoher 14, 1970) NOTICE Missouri Western Junior College District will open bids at 10 a. m. on Oct. 30, 1970, for Physic Equipment nd Chemistry Equipment and Supplies. Specifications are available in the Business Olflce of Missouri Western Junior College Dls'rlct. Missouri western Junior College District reserves the right to reject any r all bids. Kenneth L. Hawk Vice President of Business Affairs Missouri Western Junior College District 45:5 Downs Drive St. Joseph, Mo. Younger Generation (Published in Tne St. Joscoh News-Press October 1, 1970) -NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, notice is hereby given that KAYS. Inc., licence of Class II broadcast stotion KFEQ, SI. Joseph, Missouri, is required to file with the FCC, no later than November 3. 1970. an application renewal of Its license to operate station KFEQ on 483 kc. ,. The officers, directors or owners of 10". or more of the stock tre Robert Schmidt. Ross Beach, Norman Jeler, and Ted Griffin. Members of the public who desire lo bring to the Commission's attentioi) fads concerning the operation of the station should write to the FCC, Woshinglon. "D. C. 20554, not later than December 2, 1970. Letters should set out in detail the specific facts which the writer wishes the Commission to consider In passing on the "application. A copy of the license re: newal application and related, material will, upon filing with the Commission, be available for public inspection at IM00 Frederick between the hours of 1:00 a. m. arid 5:00 p. m., Monday through Friday. (Published in The St. Joseph News-Press October 16, 19701 Pursuant to the provisions of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, notice is hereby given that Elkins Broadcasting Corporation, licensee of Standard Broadcast Station KKJO, St. Joseph, Mo., Is required to file with the F.C.C., no later than November 1, 1970, an -application for renewal of Its license to operate Station KKJO on 1550 Kilocycles. The officers, directors and owners of ten per cent (10) or more of the stock "- vm-Thomas R. Blklnsr Jeandr.-. Elkins.. Richard M. Elkins, Nadlne C. Elkins, Herbert A. Wtntert and Robert M. Mosiman. Members of the public, who desire to bring to the Commissions attention, facts -cnnrerniiig--fhe--pretiwr-e4"4e--eteften--- thould wrltt to the FCC, Washington, D. C, 20554. not later than December I, 1970. Letters should set out In detail the specific facts which the writer wishes the Commission to consider In passing n the application. A copy of the license renewal application and feinted msterlel will, upon filing with the Com- mission, be available lor public Inspec- tlon at 1101 South Belt Highway, between the hours of a. m. and 5 p. m. PIGGY BANK THEFT PADUA, Italy (UPI) - Police charged funeral parlor employe Eenzo Paccagnella Thursday with stealing $960 in cash and an $800 check from an empty pnffin his hncc nepr! as a nioov xiic uuiici gcuci auuu is i hank- Kramer s concern in the new film, based on a novel by Glen-don Swarthout. The story involves six overprivileged teenage boys who break out ot summer camp to save a buffalo herd from a state-licensed hunt. Kramer has directed some of the industry's biggest stars, from Sophia Loren to Spencer Tracy. His six youthful stars are unknowns. "This picture goes right back to my beginnings with 'Home of the Brave,'" he said, recalling his 1910 film of racial intolerance. "We shot that one with an unknown cast and a limited budget. It cost $380,000 and grossed $8.1 million, which was amazing in those years." "Bless - the Beasts and the Children", , is expected to cost $1.3 million, remarkably cheap for a film that required lengthy locations in Prescott, Ariz., and Catalina Island off the Southern California coast. World Series Argument Leads to Slaying SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Police said an argument over the World Series led Thursday to the shooting death of an elderly man and the arrest of his roommate. Leon Arterberry, 77, died from a bullet wound in the chest. George Robinson, 60, was booked for investigation of murder. Homicide inspector Dave Tos-chi said an argument erupted while the two men were watch- ring the World Series at "their home. . . .. Toschi said Arterberry allegedly hit Robinson over the head with a baseball bat and Robinson retaliated by firing one shot from a revolver. Robinson refused to give police a statement .regarding the incident. LAWN SWEEPER, excellent condition, $12.50. cost 530. 2218 Valley Brook Lane 233-1561. fll TWIN BED, wood head board, mattress and coil springs, complete 525. 116 N 10th. fll WAITRESS, evening shift, short hours. Apply in person, Sammy's Drug, 1001 Frederick. -tt 1965 CHEVROLET, 283, automatic. 1960 Cadillac. 5125. 1962 Falcon, e-cylinder, 3-soeed, 5100. 279-3793. f22 APCO SERVICE STATION for lease small Investment. Ideal location for semi-retired person. Brooks Oil Co., 4004 Frederick Ave., 232-7711. -22 St. Jeiiph, Me., Xm-frtst, FrUiy, Oct. (I, )!TI 53 14 Aidienttrtt Farm Aictim CIRCLE i Livestock Auctkn, ttenberry, Ao. Salt every Thursoay, 1 am. Phone 713-21, Marion Stockton. s 15 Acrfeirtirat tailtaiitt T Impment, Oitver t.et m4 ten. Ice, Route 3. St. Joseoti oe rt. men 354-11 M. Savannah, Ma. 1 MERRIGAN BROS. Live Shxk Auction Market, Inc., Maryville. Missouri, cat- f-tt sales Friday. x ATCHISON County Auction Co., Atchison. Kan. Livestock sale every Set., 11 un. C. J. and Roy Estes. EM 7-S27I. i DONALD J. BOWMAN, auctioneer and tale manager, Hamilton, Mo. Ptw Kidder. Mo., 116575-2251 or 575-2413. X WE HAVE added Ernest Pete) Petry sa aur shot) naff. Coma In end tat ut new! It. Joseph knptement, 02 1. K 21 LOOK TO sVidhegea e for XO. 500. l,0C4j gal. water, fuel tanks. Wiwegen m-chn Supply Co new location, I52S Stockyards t presswey, jjt-vai. DEPENDABLE baby titter needed Inv meo lately. 27y-2643. t72 FOR SALE, feather mattress, clean; green glass bowl, matching candle holders, eld and unusual. 232-5539. fl WANTED, used International windbreak- er for 560 Farmalt, must be good. Ore- . ' i 1 . - ICATTlE-31 HCAP POLIE6 HE FOR SALE or trade ee h.p. tractor, end ait 4-row equipment. 253-9431. f21 1941 VOtKSWAfiFt nirtlia. BMd tine maior iust evemauiea. tett m-ini at er 4:38 e.m.- f22 5-ROOM modern. North End, 1500 down. p. m. f22 GARAGE SALE, antiques, ediphgne, ping pong table, portable washer, kitchen-ware, picture frames, garden tools, Saturday only t to 5, 2103 Lovers Lane. f!7 new, and priced low, lots of toys, large wagon, spring horse, pedal car, musical chair, 14" Schwtnn bicycle, more toys, 2 Ford 14" wheels, 13 each. 4-chrome reverse 14" Ford wheels cost 170 sell for (30. Duck and goose decoys. Lionel O gauge train equipment. other Items. 231-2344. ft! 194 Vi-ton Ford pickup, e-cyllnder, good shape. 37,000 miles, 11,200. 231-3521. 122 1944 GTO, 389, V4, 2-barrel carburetor 3 carburetor manifold, 4-speed, close ra tio. 233-4749. f22 1944 MERCURY', 2-door hardtop, power steering, brakes and air, 1450, good con. dition. 989-3421 Wathena. 122 2 PAIR FLOWERED LINED DRAPES, one 11' across, one 4 'across, length e'l"; I pieces ladies luggage; 14" TV picture tube. 232-1574. fit '41 CHEVROLET station wagon, standard snitt, 1145 cash, good, 504 Antoine. f22 PUREBRED Spotted Poland spring boar, weight 275. Call 485-3134. f22 FOR SALE, 1971 clean. 232-1985. Ford pickup, extra f22 PUBLIC SALE DUE TO THE DEATH MY HUS BAND, I WILL SELL THE FOLLOW ING' PROPERTY AT FARM, LOCAT ED 1 MILE SOUTH OF DEARBORN, MISSOURI, ON GRAVEL ROAD, ON SAURDAY, OCTOBER 17 . STARTING AT 12:30 P.- M. FORDS, 12 cows. It yearling and small calves, health papers furnished MACHNERY--420 John Deere tractor, 3ai jdiiii ueerv iracior, j-poinr, TtwgnteaJ6nTf'ISeert TTJ" plow, libVT John Deere mower, John Deere 4-row corn planter with fertilizer boxes, 2 wag- box, John Deere wheel disc, e-ft. rotary mower, i John Deere blade, loader for John Deere tractor, 3-section harrow, 1 sprayer. John Deere wheat drill, 17-hole, 2 2-row John Deer cultivators, 1950 Chevrolet 1-ton truck. mSCELlANkOUi Feet- lank and Heiai, hand 'corn sheller, lawn chairs, hand tools and ether Items. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS MRS. MARION TURNER HOWARD EVANS 'and JIM PORTER, AUCTIONEERS 4-BEDROOM HOME for sale by owner, 4804 Stonecrest Terrace. 233-1124. f22 REGISTERED Mexican Chihuahua puppies; also registered male toy Fox terrier pup. Amazonia, Mo. 475-2441. f22 SPECIAL new pickup camper, one only, slightly scratched, $795. One used cab-over camper, sleeps a. $495, shells and slide-Ins. Just arrived V and 10' campers, with furnace, sleeps and I. Also 4 nice used Vi and 3i-lon pickup trucks to choose from, new and used 2 and 3-bedroom mobile homes, 10' and 12' wide. Parker Mobile Homes, Savannah, 324-4515. 22 WILL buy furniture, garage or miscellaneous. 233-5551. tttic f22 NICE apartments, 1 2-room end 3-room, private bath, bus, furnished. 238-3211. f22 UNFURNISHED upper l-room apartment, close in. Call 779-2215. , 22 SWEET SWEET turnips, sweet potatoes, walnuts, 2 blocks west south end of Pelt. Crane 233-0980. f22 FOR' SAljE, used factory made tire serv ice uea, curnpicie win, wit ..vn..,. , electric hoist, for m or 2-ton truck. See at the Marina Club Garage on Wa terworks Road. 279-5180. -II 3-ROOM upper unfurnished, carpeting, near bus, store, hospital, adults, no pets, nuiet, utilities, 279-4519. f22 CHEVROLET, 1944 station wagon, all power electric rear window, extra snow tires and wheels, one owner, clean. See at 1301 Garfield Ave. 238-2955. f 17 ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 Card of Thinks ATCHISON COUNTY. Auction Co., Inc. ATCHISON, KANS. SAT., OCT. 17TH 11 A.M. U Choice Angus steert and heifers, 425 to 450 lbs. 30 Black and black Whitefact steers and heifers, 350 to 400 lbs. 10 Black and black Whlteface stock cows. 20 Good White lace steers, 700 lbs. 41 Good Holstein steers, (green) 725 lbs. 44 Holstein steers, (green) 175 lbs. 49 Holstein steers, (green) 100 to 125 lbs. 41 Holstein steert 1,100 lbs. 30 Choice Angus steert and heifers, 400 to 450 lbs. II Whlteface and Angus steert, 400 to 700 lbs. 40 Whlteface tnd black Whitefact tteert and heifers, 400 to 425 lbs. 7 Angus cows, tested. II Whlteface cows, (tested). 500 Mixed cattle of all classes. 400 Head stock hogs. Contact us for your listings. C.J. Estes, Auctioneer 37-3005 Roy Estes 367-1982 Sale Barn 37-5271 i USED EQUIPMENT l-Model "E" Combine with corn head and ready to run. 1 D-19 Diesel (in good condi tion).' 1 Allis-Chalmers 13' wheel disc. 1 Allis-Chalmers "ffisc. "T" 10' wheel 1 Burch 99 wheel disc , Fanners Equipment - Co. .. Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer 444 5 4th 14 - J7-efJ USED MACHINERY. . CLEARANCE 1144 203 combine with If platform. t ltsi International 101 combine wfth 10- platform. 11970 NEW 115 combine, with ir plat form and new 4-rew corn need. -11942 GLEANER E combine with If platform and 2-row corn -head. 30 GOOD used tractors to choose from. II makes. SHARP'S TRUCK & TRACTOR, INC. Phone 632-2119 Cameron, Missouri Mccormick combines . No. 403 Hydrostatic combine, 13 pick vp reel, robot, chopper, cab, extra clean. No. 303, 2 years old, 10W pickup reel, robot, chopper, cab, heater, excellent No. 151, 11', cab, tir conditioned, field ready. No. 101, 10, pick up reel, lots af service here. No. fl, 10', pick up reel, robot, never get stuck. OTHER MAKES Gleaner "A" cab, 2-row com heed, plat-form with pick up reel and robot, best price around. Ma ssey-Ferguson model 15, 2-row corn head, platform cab, priced to tell. Lawson Truck & Equipment Co. Stanberry, Mo. 31 783-213 WE WISH to thank all friends, rela- fives and neighbors for the food, cards, floral arrangements, memorial funds and many acts of kindness shown us during the death of our loved one, Winnie Pittsenbarger. Special thanks to the Rev. J. Wilbur Curry, pallbearers and Bram Funeral Home, Maysville. Signed: Arthur Pittsenbarger and .family, and brother Clarence Sherard. fit 6 Cemeteries, Monuments Hill, FOR SALE: 4-grave lot in Aria section C in Memorial Park, 1550. 279- " f21 7 Lest and Found 1 5 Agricultural Implement! USED COMBINES Massey-Ferguson 3O0-II, 13-ft.; 410 13-ft.s 510, 14-fU all have 2, 3, 4-row corn heads. Free Interest until July I, 1971. H. H. Halferty 8. Sons, Paradise, Mo. TR 3-2021. 17 JOHN DEERE lawn and garden equipment, JaCobsen tractors and mowers. Homelite and McCuBoch chain saws. Wisconsin engine service. Farm Supply and Enolnt Service. '1404 S. 4th St. Jrvamh ?? STORAGE BINS " DRYING BINS AND':, HIGH MOISTURE ' STORAGE STRUCTURES Now It the time te build grain storage. Our crews tre available to Install Butler systems. No ob top large or too small. Don't buy until you have checked with Automated Farm Structures, Inc.. 3004 Pear street, tt. Joseph, Mo, 232-1701. . ii 7' 16 Farm Miscellaneous M AND W robot and Roper Wright combine header control parts. Power Toots rt . Inc.. 403 S. Belt. Jl LOST, gray toy poodle, vlcmity, 11th & Green. Reward. 233-5177. f22 Death Takes Woman Convicted of Killing Two Husbands MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - A .the pistol slaying of McClavey. i woman who served prison Miller, a 31-year-old former terms in the slaying of two of j jockey and a roomer at her her six husbands, and was freed ; home, was convicted of second BACK YARD sale, Saturday and Sunday 9 to 5, 1325 S. 19th. fll STENOTYPE never used with complete course Instructions, etc. 239-14112. 122 LOST: From 2711 Mulberry, white Toy Poodle answers Pierre. Reward. 232-3735. ii. STRAYED, I months old, male Brittany, nyoe ram vicinity. Name "Brandy." 238-2;87. fij VIOLIN, excellent condition, with case and new bow, must sell. 238-1612. 122 HOSPITAL beds, safety rails, bed tables, trapeze, roll-away beds, for rent or sale. Personalized Installation and delivery. 115 Frederick, 232-3394. St. Joseph Surgical Supply 22 CHAIN LINK FENCE; Sold andInstalled,.free estimate AD 3-1494. R. W. Means & Co., 2500 S. Belt. s on a "justifiable homcide" finding in the death of a third, died of natural causes Thursday degree murder and served 15 years. She was convicted of being SxHuk Leader Is Killed MANILA (AP) - Pedro Tame, top-ranking leader of the Huk rebels of central Luzon, was killed by the Philippine army today not far from the U. S. Air Force's Clark base, the government announced Alma Theede, 75, known as an accessory before the fact "Vance Avenue Alma" in her and sentenced to 10 years, younger days, died at Baptist 1 Weds Ex-Convict Hospital. At 17 Alma married gambler Halprin Cox, but soon divorced him and eloped with Roy Cal-vert, a young railroader. "Justifiable Homicide" She first made headlines in 1919 on charges of killing Cal-vert. Sheentended HhaHt-'was-self-defense and the jury ruled "justifiable homicide." She returned to Memphis and remarried Cox. He was killed in an auto accident in which she was not involved. In 1926 . the two-time widow married Michael McClavey, a prosperous contractor, ancT opened a boarding house. Tho nfiw . irf tho- ncii "l ixnxmoer, ism, sne ana said Gen. "Rafael "Ileto, theiCharles Millcr were charged 'm army commander, reported Ta-ruc died in a clash in a village of Angeles City, which adjoins the big American base 50 miles northwest of Manila. . Taruc was 62. Trained in Mos cow anaVa college graduate, he was -ilvr "titular Head" of "The Communist - leaning movement and the second Huk leader to iiall..in..a,month.,.Faustino.-del Mundo, . alias Commander Sumulong, was captured "with out a fight in Angeles City last month. The death of Taruc left Ber Paroled in 1931, Alma married William Theede, a convicted murderer whom she had met in prison. Shend Theede lived quietly just outside of Memphis for several years, until she sued for divorce. In -1946 - Alma-married Ed Gill. Two years later Gill's body was found on a lonely road. His widow pleaded guilty to second degree murder and was sentenced to 10 years. She was paroled again in 1955. Shortly after her release from prison she married again. That union ended in divorce and she reverted to the use of her fourth husband's name. '66 Pontiac Hardtop $1495 '67 Ford Hardtop ........ 1195 '65 LTD Hardtop ......... 995 '66 Ford Wagon 995 BLUETOWN MOTORS 1005 S. ICth 19 Open Evenings EXPERIENCED bookkeeper to take charge of office ofi established local automotive repair firm. Write Box 144. News P rey Gazette: - -22 STRAYED female Irish Setter, Huntoon and Old Amazonia road area, 233-3404. 1 WE FEATURE FAST AND EFFICIENT on the farm tractor tine service, latest, fully equipped heavy duty truck. Call us today. Leo Robertson Tire Co., 1501 Frederick Ave. Phone ijz-trn. ir MASSEY FERGUSON Sales - Service. Farmhand grinder-mixers, eraoy riou choppers and chisels, Kjewanee auoers. Grooms Implement, 10; S. Bell, 232- FOR SALE: Electric eea, washer, W to 15 dozen size. 253-9352. 12) FOR SALE. Well-trained black horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, small round grain bin, small pony, 12x14 wood utility building. Phone 232 KM or 27MM4. fU CUSTOM corn picking and comblnlne. . 122 5890. LOST: WHITE six-week-old kitten, .vi cinity or anerwood School. 233-3402. f20 LOST, flowered spiral no'.ebook, Oct. 9th un uuspiiai ous, name insioe, notes needed. Please call 238-2778. f20 MISSING boy's bicycle, last seen on front porch at 1401 Francis. Hawthorne bike, gold with gold seat, hi rise bar back of seat, small license plate with name Harold. Reward. 232-2232. fl LOST, brown and white male Brittany and while and brown licked male pointer near De Kalb. Reward. 485-3345. fl 10 f un and Recreation LAZY J LAKES open weekends as long as weather permits. Rochester, Mo., Hwy. 149. )7 THEY ARE BITING) 30 prizes Sat. and Sun., I7th-I8th. Stand open every day. 449 lbs. weighed on prizes. Mon., Tues., Wed., Oct. 12, 13, 14. we're not about to close. We have 225 more prizes to give away yet this season including 2 season passes. Stanton's Lite Lake. to WISH to 'sent garage en Northeast side, Moila Country Club area. 232-3973. f 18 1964 CORVETTE convertible, 4-soeed, airbrakes, steering, excellent condition. 2232 Doniphan. 122 1968 CHEVROLET! pickup 4-speed . V-8-4 Vj-ton big bed, under book, retirea school merm driver, see at 3107 Mitchell.: f22 COUNTRY CLUB, 3-bedroom, family room, full basement with recreation room or 4th bedroom, 514.250. Call Bob -GtfJ23i!4pj....Br.. Ra!p(i.Uerri.S. 231-1042. .22 DON'T FORGET the channel . cats. All sizes tmgerlings. C. A. Jones, Agency, Mo., 253-9394. f2 LANO'5 LAKtS concession stand closed, get permits at house. Winners: L. Henderson 14.9, L. Lutz 11.7, J. Sherbondy 11.5. Our sincere thanks to the thousands of potrons. Signed: Milo and Thelma Lang. jg USED EQUIPMENT TRACTORS 1941 5000 Ford, gas, 850 hours. With 4-14' Ford Plow. 730 John Deere Diesel. 4010 John Deere Diesel, jntn lAhn riMM, Diesel. 3010 John Deere Diesl with widt front end. combines: ijnn Jnhn Deera (Demonstrator). 1044 45 Jnhn Deere with cab, pick-up reel, hydraulic header oontrol, straw chopper, 234 corn neao. ie 45 John- Deere -with-stiew chopper, pick-up reel, hydraulic Jieader con trol. MISCELLANEOUS John Deere BW 16'4" Disk. John Deere AW 12" Disk. Letz Burr Mills. John Deere No. It 3-pt. bitch Flail Shredder. ' . John Deert 235 Corn Hand for 55 Combine. Homan Implement Co., Inc. Albany, Missouri 44402 Phone 724-5223 M riMBER FRAME buildings. For Information on square pole buildings, call Ken Moore, Maysville. Mo., phone 449-2344. t SKELGAS water heater for 'stock lank. ju. wiw, savannah, Mo. t WE DO fiberglass, custom and repair work, we put fiberglass floors ht tattle trailers and wagon boxes. Stop In tor free estimate for any fiberglass work. 1337 E. Washington, Clarinda, Iowa, 717-542-4228. .17 I 1 17 Fitdi Hay, Grain, Slid FARMERS: See us tor teed, seed, fir. tllizer tnd farm supplies. Alldredae Fted Co., south end of Belt Hwy. 179-8934. '21 ONE-ROWWoods Brothers corn picker, 527, last used 1968. 253-9470. f21 NEW horse and stock trailers for tela or trade. Jack Keller Equipment Co , 2402 Pear, St. Joseph, Mo. 21 SANDBLASTING Anything, anywhere. Phone 233-5311, JCK nener tw""" Co., 2602 Pear, St. Joseph. Mo. ANDREW COUNTY IMPLEMENT, LlOVd-Ray Wall, Savannah 324-313. John Deere Sales-Service,. Allis-Chalmers 190 with cab; 1964 John Deert SS $P, 234 corn head. " MATTHEWS- HORSESHOE LAKE: if stand is closed, stop at house for bait and permit. jn LAKE front lots. Lake Viking, leaving state. Call 501-359-3222, write Loren Thomas, P. O. Box 48, Garfield, Arkan-sjs I J31. f. THE FISHIN' HOLE 1971 ljiAn'i mu WANTED, elderly lady needing a Mme s,t ' I. .., T1 priws to share home with active eiaeriy leay I . imiM. lv In her home here In city. Food and ' PETTIS LAKE: Winners, S. Shepherd expenses of home no cost to you. Box i 14J, H. Orzel WVt. Open when weather 466, News-Press Gazette. fJ2 permitting. Ajax rd. 19 FOR SALE, 1 male poodle puppy, 525. 688-7628 Rushvllle, Mo. Lavernt Straw-hacker. f!8 ROBERTS FLATHEAD LAKE ANGUS-HOLSTEIN 5684. heifer calves. 467-f22 Prize money hourly Sat. and Sun. be closing soon. AO 2-0110. Will 20 ALLIS-CHALMERS WD tractor, plete overhaul, new paint, plow, vator, $750. 233-5040. 17 T L' Y I O r W T7 M com-1 i loncn-uoiii culti-' Restocked iumbo bullheads. Come out t!8 j and ca:ch your limit. Peaceful Valley. Hours 8 to 6. WANTED to buy baby bed, compressor. 233-5474. 19 and air 116 If You Fail to Receive YOUR NEWS-PRESS OR GAZETTE please call IR 9-5671. Cireulatitn Department, between the following heum Wttltdty mornings, tt) I H M. 's' Ivctibfjsv It ? P. M. SadT 10 A. M. , ' N - - - ' Several Species of Animals Said to Be Facing Extinction - Complaint lurvlc ! -NOT optn xcpt for this hour nabe .. Buscayno, Commander Dante, the most prominent xen; tral Luzon outlaw. Buscayno, fwmtir aidr of Sumulong; i formed the militant pro-Peking New Peoples Army and parted company with the hierarchy faction headed by Taruc and Sumulong. OIL AGREEMENT DALLAS (UPI) - Sun Oi! Co. has agreed with King Re sources, Inc., of Denver and its associates to join in the ex ploration of 27.2 million acres of petroleum concessions in the Canadian Arctic Islands under Farmout from Panarctic and other holders. Sun stands to win WASHINGTON (AP) - the Interior Department said today three more types, of animals, eight more species of birds ancULmore kindijiL Jish-.now face extinction in the United States. " The department's list of en dangered species how stands a! HOUSECLEANING Sale, oak desk, swivel chair dropleaf table, miniature bottles, depression glass, dishes, misceallenous. Friday after 4, Saturday, Sunday. 1517 Dewey Ave. ' fl8 II Tnvtl, Transportation GARAGE SALE, -Sat. & Sun. 10-5. Concord, miscellaneous clothing. JuiN HOi-f Ldnd tour group. Oeparis next May 29tn. Walk where Jesus walked, with neighbors from North Missouri. Write for tree brochure: James Mapery, 1904 Webster, Chillicothe. Mo. -22 CREDIT ADVISORS' service available !! you sincerely wish to get out of debt. Check writer and bookkeeping service. 472 N. 8th, 232-4338. 22 AODINfi MACHINES, tvpewrilew, desk,! chairs, visible records, safes, sales, service, Snyder's, 420 Felix, 279-1188. 22 interests of I3.S to 25 per cent of all oil recovtHa-urnklieAfcUc-feregrii a record 101, including 14 types of mammals, 50 birds, seven reptiles and amphibians, and 30 species of fish. A spokesman said the 22 species added to the .endangered list today are threatened mainly by pollution, especially from pesticides, or by destruc tion of their natural habitat The adverse influences, he said, are "principally man-made." Pesticides Blamed Pesticides were hampering the reproductive capability, he said, of the brown pelican and for cash - contributuons " UTthe READ WANT ADS DAILY! we're not getting any young." The department said it was also preparing a list of species believed on the verge of van-ishingr not just irom the4Jnited States, but from Jheentire world. added to the 01 S. - "endangered" list: Mammals: Hawaiian hoary bat; Morro Bay kangaroo rat; salt marsh harvest mouse. Endangered Birds Birds: brown pelican; Arc tic peregrine falcon; California clapper rail; large Kauai thrush; Molokai thrush; Ha waii akepa; Maui akepa; and. Oahu creeper. The last five of these bird species are found in Hawaii. Fish: Lahontan cutthroat trout; Mohave chub; Pahran- agat bonytail; Woundfin; Ken-dall Warm- Springs -dace; Te NEW HOURS, J. a, L OUTLET.store, 103 Vermont, El wood. Kan., will be Moiv through SaU Js 4-,Su,t:ia:jfc Save from 25 Pet. to So Pet. on your Christmas toys, new shipments weekly from our warehouse. 223-0845. II 2219 UNION, 5-room efficiency duplex. ground floor, stove, refrigerator, adults, references. 232-2791, 233192. f22 RCA PORTABLE TV, 14" with remote, guaranteed, picture tube I years, 139 .50. GUI'S Color TV. t : s FRtSH EGGS. Cirri7?-4207. WANT TO GIVE a wig pfrty In oiir 'TWrWaThfetft" HitH Wif "HBHs.'-CT.-1014. -s RIDE VttOW CABS, lour tor tne price ot one. Yellow Cab Co. BR t-Vll. M . in. i, LEASE a truck the yeef around. Full service wnn gas, insurance, and total care. Hertz iruck Rental, 2j2-I174. 19 12 Pirsonalt ONCE an alcoholic, always an alcoholic. Drinking only gets worse. PerhaDs AA .JSifife. taat. No dim, few Of- WHY" DIAL A SHOULDER- te cr y efc- Anonymously offered to all seeking sympathy and understanding. 233-8429. Writt P. O. Box 925. "ft PROBLEMS? SUICIDE? DRUGS? FAMILY? Don't pamcl Call 2.12-1655. ttm We have received j unofficial notice I of a 7 to 9 per cent I, price, increase ' - on all FORD TRACTORS , - Effective V MON., OCT; 19 ' This is i THE LAST WEEK FOR 1 71 Model FORD : TRACTORS 70 PRICES - Don't Delay SEE US"'TODAY SEED WHEAT Certified Triumph, Gage 0 $2 70 Bu., Non-Certified, Gage, Cho-nute $2.35 Bu.. Balbo Rye Seed S2.50 Bu. Fetter Feed Co., 730 1. 5th. 232-4912. 20 PARKER WHEAT recleaned, 12 bushel. J. L. Hldy, Stewartsville, 449-J373. f20 HAY for sale, baled the 13th. 193-2219, Union Star, Mo. f20 18 Livestock- REGISTERED POLAND China boars for sile. Sonoray data, back fat probe, test station data available. Gordon Sherwood, Edoerton, Mo., 227-3385. . f5 DON'T FORGET the channel cats. All sizes fingerlings. C. A. Jones, Agency, Mo.. 253-9394. - : f2I REGISTERED Angus bulls, all ages, grandsons of the Antonian President. Ivor Shipley, Easton, Mo., 447-5440. f14 FOR SALE: '5-year-old fresh Holstein milk cow, hand milked is family cow. Max L. Speer. King City, Mo. Ph. 535- 48'7. ': 1 lit LARGE HEREFORD COW and Hereford heifer, mornings only. 324-3453, Sevan-nah, Mo. : ' fTO TENNESSEE Walking more, 14 hands, 4-year-old, call before I or after 5:10. 279-5749. fl FOR SALE: One stud horse, one year old. Palomino coloration. Appaloosa build. Also, baled hay. Call 233-4431 after 4:00. fit 47 CHAROLAIS Angus, cross calves, weigh approximately 475 lbs. Heifers, calfhood vaccinated. 582-514. " flT REGISTERED Chester white boars, litter-mates, 2 blue-ribbon winners at County and Bethany Fairs. Charles Grler, Cower, Mo., 424-3144. ' 117 4 CHOICE young cows with ealfs tt ld. Hemp'e. Mo.. 424-3148. FOR SALE: Extra heavy hammed. York-shire boars, sired by the best boar tested in Iowa, Indexing 231, Ray Burner Jr., Oregon, Mo. . f17 PUREBRED Yorkshire male hogs. Lloyd Johnson, Clorksdale, Mo., 393-5328. ft ST. 13 Pmoml Intirert TRUSSE lilted expertty by registered fitter tor your comfort and satisfaction. tl St. Joseph Surgical Supply, 115 Fred It JOSEPH Ford Tractor, Inc. ; 233-3H9 20 352Fear Sb '42 FORD Fairlane sedan, 3-speed transmission. Karle Carriage, 802 S. 9th. 18 '47 KARMANN Ghia. low mileage, extra nice. Karle Carriage, 802 S. 9th. II '44 INTERNATIONAL V-ton pickup, 4- speed, heavy duty throughout. Karle Carriage, 102 S. 9th. II The pelican," he said, "may venture jnji biologically ejinctright now. We've still got adults and they have a long life span, but copa pupfish; Pecos gambusia; iunarjTjjtfef back; fountain darter; water- cxe&g dsVtaV. FOR YOUR FAMILY'S security have your locks checked by Saverino't Lock a. Key Co., 914 Jules. 232-0485. -14 FOR SALE, antique walnut &-bed and dresser. Also other antiques. Call Rosen-dale. 547-7288. fll GARAGE SALE, one of the finest this year. Slie I through 14 stylish dresses. Uniforms, slit 20i te 24"i. Avon, camper lack, tools, outboard motor, automatic washing machine, vacuum cleaner, material. Numerous miscellaneous Items. Friday, Saturday, Sunday. 2403 Monterey, fll COLOR SNAPSHOTS ot school art en- loyed ail year. Buy film, supplies, expert finishing. Coons Camera, 110 N. '" 23 SHARP'S Truck and Tractor, Inc.. In ternational Harvester sales and service, MWr;ft(enFBey" J?-?11: AiaDama. now open, 2M5S77. Ed and 4 sntrtey tutt and Oixle Ratliff. -20 FOR SALE, 15-mohth-old registered Wol- s'ein bull. 567-2154. . .fit ... FOR BETTER PIGS,' use a Yorkshire" boar from Reynolds and Jumps, Forest City, Mo. 444-2193, or 444-2455. Oregon, 7o. fit 44AVGHT6RWG hogs and cettlt Tw day. Call for appointment. Carrtown. 232-9131. " X " ST. JOE Horse Sale, stockyards. Friday. Oct. 14th, 7 p.m. All consignment welcome. - ''',11 25 PUREBRED Duroc boars. New blood, lines for old customers. Ken Keesimen, jbyfA75j.2jf..;Bl WEDDING pnotogrophy al its very finest win Decome your most valued posses-sion. Only at Bray's, 9th, Fred, eve, 23 CONFIDENTIAL personal investigations. trained, licensed investigators. Detective Bureau of Investigation, 231-2470. 279-3244. Write Sta., A. Box 25, St. Jot It FARMERS MARKET PLACE 14 AactioRiirs, Farm Auction. LEE PULLEY, AUCTIONEER, King City, Mo., phone off let days, 135-4131) nights, 535-4934. "x OREGON Livestock Sale Co. Salt every Thursday afternoon at 1 pjn. Phone 444-2409. Oregon, Me. X If yoa are in business, let others know about it Advertise itt-aUm Expert" in the want ads.2318L RON SHACKELFORD, auctioneer, Routt 1, Clarksdale. Ma. Phont St. Joseph, MO 7-5411. x kmWAB ft F WaVtoit mwiA Itnat truimT I 'V peilR V CTPsnV VI IV JVfTrVe) e 9 1V1 USED TRACTORS JOHN DEERE 4020 diesel. JOHN DEERE 3020 diesel, power shift. JOHN DEERE 3020 gas, vide front. CASE 611B and 800D, extra clean. ALLIS-CHALMERS D17, wide front ' COMBINES JOHN" DEERE 55, 12', power steering. JOHN DEERE 45... 10", with corn head. JOHN DEERE 105, 14' pickup reel, AC cab, 634 corn head. SAVANNAH SALE CO. SAVANNAH, MO. SATURDAY. OCT. 17TH EARLY CONSIGNMENTS: .LWt twi Mtier-tth-V--April L. J 40 Extra good Holstein tteert, around 500 lbs. J.S HOLSTEIN steers. 425 lbs. 13 ANGUS HEIFERS, calve In April end May. 12 MIXED stock cows. 34 CALVES, 300-500 lbs. 15 CALVES, around 500 lbs. 100. SWOATS, 50 lbs. 90 SHOATS, around 109 lbs. - . 40 SrfOATS, 125 lbs. The usual run of other cattle and hogs. Alt rnnVianments eooreciated. ROY LF.ESON, OWNER-OPERATOR, 324- uetieneert, Faocett, Mo. Call St. Jo.. tepft, 253-9511 or Farley, Mck, Kl 4-3445. x PHIC-FARElX-OCt I0NEER Mid-States Auction Service. Inc. . Lobby Livestock Exchange Bulldih Ovia. St. Josepfl, Missouri, 231-4431. 3490. 17 REGISTERED Hampshire boars and open gilts, top quality. Kenneth Mc-Pike. 935-4524. Maltland. Mo. ttw NEW horsa and stock trailers for sale or trade. Jack Keller Equipment Ce. 2402 Peer. St. Joseph. Ma. J FOR SALE: Choice registered HampshfrJ boors. Ed McPhee. 424-3141. Gewer. tt JOHN DEERE 10516' pickup reel, cab,-dual wheels, 434 conHieadiicedrto sell. ; OWEN IMPLEMENT j Stockyard Expressway U 231-3312 1 FOR ADDITIONAL WANT-ADS TURN TO PAG 7B . i

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