Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 4, 1972 · Page 8
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 4, 1972
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Come hail, wind, cold or snow, Want Ads are tops MIHIIUminiMIIHIIHIHIIIHIMIIIHIIIMIIIIIIHII Notices 6 Real Estate WE NEED YOU Our solid 55-year-old crop hail company is expanding and has new full-time career open- tags in your area. If you enjoy variety in your work and working in the country, you'll be interested in this opportunity. Offers base salary plus incentive commission on sales over base, usual fringe benefits. We will train you. Opportunity for advancement. For appointment call Mr. Roper collect at 612-929-1600 weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or write Home Farmers Mutual Insurance Association, P.O. Box 24024, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55424. 63-5-2 Jobs Wanted Job Wanted: Babysitting in your home. Call 362-4663. 62-5-2 JOBS WANTED: Will clean snow from drives and lanes with tractor loader. Wayne Rouse. Phone 362-468C. 64-3x-3 WANTED: Upholstery to do in my home. Superior 858-2245. 63 -2X -3 Personal Mere words can not express our sincere thanks for all the acts of kindness conveyed to us during the illness and loss of our beloved Jerry. The prayers, masses, cards, flowers, monetary gifts, memorials, food and blood donations were much appreciated. We especially thank Monsignor Duhigg, Father Burns, and Father Trauffler for prayers and comforting words, and to the V.F.W. for the military graveside services. Also thanks toD.E.K. Lincoln Central School, St. Patrick's parish and to all who gave gifts of clothing and toys to make a happy Christmas for the children. The Lincoln Central Basketball benefit given in memory of Jerry was deeply appreciated and will always be be remembered. God bless you all. Mrs. Jerry Pytleski and children Mr. and Mrs. Al Pytleski Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pytleski and children Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pytleski and daughter. 64-1-4 Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, and other kindnesses we are deeply grateful. Family of Mrs. Martha E. Spoo 64-lx-4 For Rent FOR RENT: Need extra storage space? Large, dry basement - available now in downtown Estherville business district. Elevator. Write "B", Box 57, Estherville, Iowa 51334. 61-tf-5 FOR RENT: Sleeping room, Skyline Motel 362-2618. 128-tf-5 FOR RENT: Soon. Nice three room furnished apartment. 3624386. 60-5-5 FOR RENT: 2-bedroom mobile home. No pets. Cozy Grove Motel, 362-5027. 63-3-5 8 For Sole 10 For Sale 10 IAILY NEWS ; tiHiiHiMiiiitmiiiiiiiiimiiiimmimiiiiiimi' 64 TUESDAY, T> nno a JANUARY 4, 1972 *age *> 1 or 2 days 10c per word Three days 13c per word Four days 16c per word Five days ...... 19c per word Each added day ... 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are for consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. $1.00 service charge If replies are taken by Daily News office. Display: 1 day per Inch $1.50; each additional day, per inch i$1.25; minimum display 2 inches. Classified ad users should check their advertisements the first issue they appear, and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first issue. Help Woiited M ^^2 HELP WANTED: Experience in hard good lines desired. In Esther ville. Send complete resume to Box 57 PG, In care of Estherville Daily News, Estherville, Iowa 51334. 62-10-2 LADIES — Opportunity to turn spare time into dollars. Pleasant work. Choose hours. Write Personal Shopper Dept., Box 10, Watkins Products, Inc., Winona, Minnesota 55987. 63-2-2 NOTICE: I have moved my office from my home to 22 North 7th Street (John Parsons building). Wayne King, District Manager, Woodmen Accident & Life Co. 64-3-6 Wallingford American Legion. Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 4, 8 p.m. 63-2-6 Announcing the opening of Sidles Drapery Shop. Many samples of fabric to choose from. 47 Orchard Lane, Estherville, Iowa. 362-5547, 63-5-6 CARPETS can be bright and can be beautiful if you use Rug- Mate. Rent electric shampooer. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 63-2-6 On display at Green Acres Village, new 1972 model General mobile home. All skirted. Double Insulated storm windows, high quality furniture. Burrell Oil Company, Inc. Estherville, Iowa. 62-7-6 P & G CLEANERS ONE DAY SERVICE Phone 362-2449 238-tf-6 Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 NOTICE Effective At One* OUR OFFICE WILL ALSO BE OPEN THROUGH THE NOON HOUR, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS BETTER. Stan Young Insurance V. F. W. Thurs. Jan. 6 Couples Steak Night $3.75 PER COUPLE $1.95 FOR SINGLES Serving 6:00-10:00 p.m. Members and their Guests POST 3388 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 64-1-6 East Side Cemetery Assn. Will Hold Its Annual Lot Owners Meeting Thurs., Jan. 6 In City Hall Auditorium At 1 :30 P.M. 64-2-6 Farm RENT A NEW CASE FOR ONLY 5 CENTS!!! What ??? Yes, rent a NEW CASE for only 5 cents per horsepower per hour. Plow up to 40 acres a day with a New Case 1070, THIS ONE REALLY PULLS and sit in the comfort of the quietest cab in the industry while you are doing it. Call in today and make your reservation on one of these new Case tractors. B & B IMPL. 62-3-7 January off the car price: 50 lb. bags fertilizer 8-32-16 $77.50 per ton. 50 lbs. bags fertilizer 6-24-24-$71.00 per ton. Order today. Call Superior Coop Elevator. Zenith 2315. 63-2-7 Are you interested in a new Corn Planter? If so, stop in at Estherville Impl. Co. and see the all new Cyclo air planter. Revolutionary yet trouble free. Waiver on all purchases until the spring of 1972 at E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 63-2-7 Authorized headquarters for KNIPCO heaters. J. D. WEBB, IMPL. 1020 6th Ave. S. Phone 362-3461 . 63-2-7 WOULD YOU LIKE TO OWN A NEW HOME But a little short on down payment money. Maybe you will qualify for this new government backed program. $200 down and as little as $100 per month wil buy this new 3-bedroom home now under construction. Buy now and choose your own colors and decorating ideas. Call "Tex" to get details. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eve. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 63-3-8 FOR SALE One owner, one bedroom home. 1209 1st Avenue North. HELEN PETERSON AGENCY Office 362-2220 Res 362-2901 Ken Kollasch Dennis Essing 362-5190 859-3996 55-tf-8 Who Does It 9 Best Wash in Town 20 lbs - 35c CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 64-1-9 Custom made aluminum windows, doors and awnings. 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 133-tf-9 Custom clothes — fitting and designing. Especially for you. 362-5469. Norma Schmeling. 215-tf-9 Plumbing — Remodeling— Roofing. No job too small. 362-5415. KWIK REPAIR SERVICE 103-tf-9 Keep your clothing fresh and neat longer by sending them to us regularly for prompt, dependable cleaning service. Phone 3623314. PARK CLEANERS 63-3-9 For the latest in Reglious Books "Cambridge" and other fine Bibles. THE GOSPEL BOOKSTORE 64-1-10 SALE NOW on boys' winter jackets, suits, sport coats, C.P.O. shirts, sweaters, Levis. McADAMS* 64-1-10 FOR SALE: 21 ft. Winnebago Camper. $2,200. I need the money. 867-2627, Wallingford. 1% blocks south Lutheran Church. Ora Brown. 63-3x-10 CHRETENSEN'S store wide January clearance sale. Savings from 20 per cent to 50 per cent in all departments. Shop now and save. CHRETENSEN'S 63-5-10 Clearance sale on all humidifiers. The finest built, MaGraw- Edison. Save 10 per cent. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 63-2-10 FOR SALE: Snowblower. Be ready for the next snowstorm. Rosenberger 362-3679. 63-2x-10 Used B-W console A-l condition. 23". Also several good used color sets. All priced to sell. FIRESTONE 362-3557 63-2-10 PIANOS AND ORGANS Over 100 new and used pianos, large stock of new organs and 20 rebuilt used organs. All on special nowl Visit or call our new facilities. Petersen Piano and Organ' Co., Dunnell, Minn. 28 years in business. Convenient terms. Open evenings by appointment. 56-tf-10 FOR SALE: 8V2 x 11 typing paper. Ream of 500 sheets. $1.35. Daily News Office. 251-tf-10 Automotive 11 FOR SALE: Four good used J78- 885x15 black tbls. 1st line Goodyears. 100 per cent sound. Good tread. Ideal for 2nd car. Only $59.95 exchange for all 4 tires. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 63-2-11 FOR SALE: Jeep pickup with hydraulic dozer blade. Call 6952743 Dunnell, The Creamery or 847-2621 Jackson. • 44-tf-ll Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 FOR YOUR WIRING NEEDS Farm, Commercial and Industrial- call 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 64-1-12 We're experts in modern wiring methods. Call us for a free check-up and rewiring estimate. HEIDKE ELECTRIC CO., INC. 63-2-12 INCOME TAX PREPARATION DAY, EVENING or WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS AT Higgins Accounting 220 NORTH 6TH ST.' OR YOUR HOME CALL 362-5277 DAYS, 362-2362 EVENINGS 53^tf-9 "Iowans who love Iowa love THE IOWAN, Iowa's Own Magazine explores Iowa with fascinating articles and beautiful color pictures in one of America's highest quality publications. Issued quarterly by seasons for $7 a year (special price) with money- back guarantee for full amount ~ " : ~ " > if not delighted by all issues. LOSt And Foiind 16 Order from THE IOWAN, Box iv 130M, Shenandoah, Iowa 51601." 216-tf-10 Commercial - Farm-Residential Wiring. Garry's Electric. 3622590. Garry Culberteon. 63-3-12 For Sole 10 CLEARANCE SALE: Now in progress. Save 25 percent to 50 percent on all items. Sportswear, sleepwear, coats, fabrics, infants and children's clothing. McCLEARY'S 63-3-10 Inventory Clearance Sale On Entire Stock GUITARS Up to 30% OFF KRAFFT MUSIC INC. Estherville t Speicer 64-1-10 USED CARS 1970 Ford Ranchero GT. V-8. P.S. Automatic. 1970 Maverick. 2-door. 6 cylinder. 3 speed. 1970 Javelin. 2-door hardtop. V-8. Automatic. P. S. and Disc brakes. 1970 Mustang Convertible. P.S. & P.B. 1970 Ford Galaxie. 4-door. P.S. P.B. Air. 1969 Chevrolet Impala. 4-door sedan. P.S. & P.B. Air. 1969 Ford Galaxie 500. 4-door hardtop. P.S. & P.B. Air. Vinyl roof. 1968 Mercury Montclair. 4 - door Sedan. Automatic. P.S. P.B. Air. Vinyl roof. 1968 Ford Falcon Futura. 2-door. 6-cylinder. 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass. 4-door sedan. P.S. 1966 Ford Country Squire. Automatic. P.S. 1966 Dodge Monaco. 4-door. V-8. Automatic. P.S. 1966 Ford Galaxie. 4-door Sedan. Two to choose from. 1966 Buick LeSabre. 2-door hardtop. Automatic. PS & PB. 1966 Chevrolet Impala. 4-door hardtop. P.S. & P.B. Vinyl roof. 1966 Mercury Monterey. 2-door hardtop. P.S. 1966 Ford Fairlane Squire 9 passenger wagon. 1966 Ford Country Sedan. P.S. & P.B. Air. 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne 4-door, 6 cylinder, stick. 1965 Ford Galaxie. 2-door hardtop. V-8 automatic. P.S. 1965 Cadillac. 4-door sedan. Full power and air. 1965 Ford Galaxie. 4-door. P.S. 1965 Oldsmobile Delta 88. 2-door hardtop. P.S. & P.B. 1965 Bel Air. 4-door sedan. 1965 Mercury Park Lane. 4-door. P.S. & P.B. 1964 Plymouth. 4-door. V-8. Ford Galaxie. 2-door hardtop. V-8. 3 speed. Chevrolet Impala. 4-door. Ford Fairlane 4-door. V-8. Automatic. Ford Galaxie. 4-door. V-8. Automatic. P.S. Ford. 4-door. Make an offer. TRUCKS Ford F100 Sport Custom. V-8. Air conditioning. 1964 1964 1963 1963 1963 1971 1967 F100, 6-Cylinder 4 speed pick-up. SEVERAL OLDER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM GOOD NEW AND USED SNOWMOBILES 1970 Ski-doo Olympique. 399 cc. 1970 Moto Ski. MS18 493cc. 1966 Ski-doo Olympique 300cc. FORD Ford-Mcrcury-Lincoln-Ford Trucks 509 1st Ave. No., Estherville, Iowa Office 362-2695 •OPEN 'TILL 9:00 P.M. THURSDAYS FOR YOUR LATE SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. 64-1-11 LOST: Holstein steer. 700-800 lbs. Ellis Holl. 362-2080. 64-4-16 Sporting Goods 18 FOR SALE: 1972 Rupp. Priced to sell. 362-3952. 64-4x-18 FOR SALE: Snowmobile Rupp 400 Nitro. $1,200. Phone 362-2054. 6.0-5-18 Wont To Buy 20 Would like to buy a good used portable typewriter and exercise bike. Phone 362-5474. 63-3-20 Bus. Openings 21 Someone to manage small business spare time. Can be from home. P.O. Box 93, Spirit Lake. 63-10-21 LIGHT PLASTICS MANUFACTURING CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIES IS NOW EXPANDING ITS OPERATION INTO THIS AREA. WE WILL APPOINT A QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL AS OUR EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURER. COMPANY OFFERS: • Exclusive Territories • Contracted Accounts • Immediato Income Can be Operated Full or Part Time From Approximately 300 Square Feet • No Previous Experience Necessary • No Selling on Your Part Required • Income Potential From $400.00 to $1500.00 Per Month • $3796.00 to $4795.00 Jash Required for Inventory, Machinery and Complete Training Program. FOR FULL INFORMATION WRITE TODAY Giving Full Name, Address and Telephone Number CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIES 2109 H North Glenstone Springfield, Missouri 66803 63-5x-21j Too Late To Classify FOR RENT: 2-bedroom home. Garage. Patio. North location. 362-2382. 64-4x-5 DID YOU RESOLVE to make a good real estate investment this year? Take advantage of depreciation, leverage in inflation by examining this three-plex apartment house. Live in spacious two bedroom apartment and rent the rest. We'll be glad to explain further. Call TIMMINS AGENCY, REALTORS 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 Multiple Listing Service 64-3-8 Auctions PUBLIC AUCTION Thursday, January 6,1:00 p.m. Location: Farm 6 miles east of Emmetsburg. Owen E. Mattox Estate. 87 head of livestock, machinery, car and jeep, misc. Auct.: Bensen & Berkland. Clerk: Iowa Trust & Savings Bank. Sale ad Jan. 4. Markets Mobile Homes 24 For Mobile homes contact Burrell Oil Co. Inc. Estherville, Iowa. 51-tf-24 Too Late To Classify FOR SALE: Vibram ski boots. Size 10. Buckle type. Skis with binding and poles. $50 complete. Call 362-4749 after 5:30. . 64-2-10 FOR SALE: Four bedroom home with garage. BAKER REAL ESTATE 64-3-8 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT with this new split foyer, all carpeted home in northeast location. Good family home with large living room, three bedrooms, one and one half baths, family room and many other extras. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 362-2123 Vernon Clark 362-2346 Howard Croner Claire Bringle Gloide Tostenson Salesmen 6 64-1-8 Are Steady At MorrelPs The cattle and hog markets at John Morrell & Co., Estherville, are steady. 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $2.91 Corn No. 2 Yellow, easy Discount scale $1.03 New Oats 65c PRODUCE (Prices quoted below are for delivery at Estherville) Eggs, A large 19c Eggs, A medium 12c Eggs, B large 12c Eggs, undergrade 8c Eggs, A small 8c Eggs, No. 2 small 8c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers Hi Choice to Prime Quotable $34.50-$35.00 Choice Steers .... $34.00-$34.50 Good Steers $30.50-$31.50 Prime Hc/iters Quotable $33.50-$34.00 Choice Heifers .. $33.00^33.50 HOGS 210 to 230 Base No. 3 Hogs $21.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $22.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $22.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $21.00 Sows $18.25 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Information concerning the amount or description of the personal property and the name and address of the holder may be obtained by any persons possessing an interest in the personal property by addressing an inquiry to the State Treasurer. If proof of claim is not presented by the owner to the holder and if the owner's right to receive the property is not established to the holder's satisfaction within sixty-five (65) days from the date of the second published notice, the abandoned property will be placed no later than eighty-five (85) days after such publication in the custody of the State Treasurer to whom all further claims must thereafter be directed. MAURICE E. BARINGER Treasurer State of Iowa EMMET COUNTY Anderson, Donna, 3642 N. Grand Ave., Cavinia, California Anderson, P. A. Anderson, Vera Antemna Designs Barnett, Glen W. Bloss, A. C. Callander, Jr. Chance, Charles Vernon Chaney, RP Coady, W. Conz, George Dewey, Franklin J., 1302 Woodland Ave. Drew, Len Dye, Wm. Estland, Kenneth F. Farm Service Company, Armstrong, Iowa Horton, Martha Hulett, D. Jersey Dairy Johnson, Donald, 2295 S. University, Denver, Colorado Johnson, Rita Kaufman, Witmer Kuska, Donald Labins, Elmer Landreth, Lester C. LeCroy, Donald B. Lockwood, Mrs. F. Marlin or Martin, Leon McDonald Don McDowell, Willis Miller, Harold E. Murphy, James Olson, Carmen, Box 282, Keister, Minnesota Olson, Forrest M. Owen, Harry T. Phillips, Edward Riemenscheider, A. J. Rock Island Lumber Company Sample, Eddie Smith, MM Soesbe, Clyde C. Swartzbaugh, Richard H. Van Buren, William W. Watson, James T. Clan. 4, 11) p- Quotations ——— STOCK MARKET ... FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE (10 A.M. AVERAGES TUESDAY, 11 A.M. AVERAGES OTHER DAYS) REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 45 Anaconda 16 Bethlehem Steel 29 Collins Radio 13% Chrysler 28% Ford 69% Gen. Motors 79% Harvey Alum 12% Int. Funeral 7% IBP 24 D2L&P 19% IP&L 24% Leasco 19V2 MMM 134 Mobile Oil 53% North. Nat. Gas 46% J. C. Penney 72 Rapid Amer 16% Reynolds Ind 58% Rexall Drug , 46% Sears 102V 4 Texaco Lie 34% United Brands 10% U. S. Steel 303/ 4 White Motor 23% Winnebago 46V2 OVER THE COUNTER Artsway 7-7% Cencor, toe 20%-21% Fortuna 6%-7V4 General United 2% -2% General Growth 35%-36% Hack Chem 31%-323/ 4 mini Beef 7%-7% Kayot 71/4-8 Life Invest 24V 4 -24% Pay less Cashway ... 31%-31% Pennzoil Off. Gas ....... 10-10% Spencer Foods 13%-13% Westgate 7%-7% Younkers 27%-28% DOW JONES AVGS. off 1.73 Transportation off .27 Utilities up .06 Volume 4,490,000 Lyndon Smiles Over Victory DALLAS (AP) - Former President Lyndon B. Johnson was all smiles Sunday afternoon at the Dallas Cowboys-San Francisco 49ers game, but one couldn't tell if he was prouder of the Cowboys' 14-3 win or the band from Southwest Texas State, his alma mater. The marching band and drill team, comprised of 85 young ladies, provided the halftime and post-game entertainment for the crowd of 66,311. Johnson took time out at the close of the post-game show to talk to the Southwest Texas students. That came after a. visit to the Cowboy dressing room where he offered congratulations to the team. Israelis Killed TEL AVIV (AP) — Nineteen Israeli soldiers were killed and 13 wounded by guerrillas in Israel and the occupied territories during 1971, an army spokesman announced Sunday. In the same period 213 guerrillas were killed by Israeli forces, the spokesman said. Terril Seizure of /t Heroin is On Increase By LEWIS GUL1CK Associated Press Writer > WASHINGTON (AP) - The State Department reported today a 50-fold jump In customs seizures of heroin in the first nine months of 1971 and sharp rises in the capture of other Illicit drugs. And in stepping up the campaign against narcotics smuggling, it said the Customs Bureau is about to use "high-speed aircraft equipped with sophisticated sensor devices and supported by tactical ground operations." A sum-up of the Nixon ad- ministration'sefforts to crack down on the "horrendous problem" of international narcotics traffic was issued by Secretary of State William P. Rogers as chairman of President Nixon's Cabinet Committee for International Narcotics Control. "The international narcotics problem is high on our list of priorities during this coming year," Rogers said. "I have directed that effective narcotics control be one of the major objectives of our diplomacy in contacts with other governments," he said. The summary said that customs seizures of narcotics has more than doubled over the past two years, with seizures of hard drugs during fiscal 1971 totaling more than 1,200 pounds— far more than the total taken in the preceding seven years. "Preliminary figures for heroin seized in the first nine months of 1971 show more than 1,000 pounds compared to 26 pounds seized in the comparable period in calender 1970," it said. "Customs seizures of marijuana increased substantially from 48,000 pounds to 113,000 pounds, while seizures of hashish in fiscal 1971 totaled more than 3,000 pounds, nearly twice the amount seized the preceding year." Rogers said the summary shows that in the short period since the Nixon Cabinet committee was set up last September the group has worked successfully on a program to help diminish and eventually wipe out illicit drug production and trade. The report gave no details about the Customs Bureau's anti-drug air force. Verna Keagle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dorvan Keagle, is visiting for an indefinite time with an aunt, Viola Wright, near Munich, Germany. The Keagle's took Verna to Sioux Falls the 8th of December where they accompanied her by plane to Chicago. From there she flew to Frankfort, Germany. The National Hockey League Hall of Fame was dedicated in Toronto on Aug. 26, 1961. LEAGUE Bowlingl CLASSIC LEAGUE MONDAY Leighton Supply 51 17 KILR Radio 49 19 Datsun-Al's Auto 43 25 Tap Inn 37 31 E'ville Laundry 33 35 Blass Skelgas 32 36 Highlander Club 29% 38% Hy-Vee 24 44 Studs 5 21V 2 46% Dalen's Farm Store 20 48 High Team 3 Games KILR Radio 2629 Tap Inn 2622 Leighton Supply 2606 High Team 1 Game KILR Radio 956 Leighton Supply 933 Tap Inn 924 High Individual 3 Games Paul Fredrickson 578 Irv Haukoos 571 Roger Slingerland 565 High Individual 1 Game Irv Haukoos 276 Paul Fredrickson 227 Romaine Peterson 214. ACROSS 1. Schisgal play 4. Field 8. "Barber of Seville" heroine 11. Word for Cassius 12. Of man's habits and customs 13. Army post 14. However (var.) 15. Florida tinge 17. "The Foggy Foggy " 18. Abbreviation after some names 19. Anything harmful 21. "What — is new?" 23. Steps 26. "I do" setting 28. Recessed window 29. Of the back 31. Madame Bovary 32. Rose essence 34. Elfin 35. Threefold (comb, form) 37. Give the once-over 38. Resident of 39. Latvian capital 41. Less inexpensive 43. Pallid 44. Daisylike flowers 45. Dole 46. Verily DOWN 1 Yutang 2. Join 3. Not in use 4. Ecclesiastical vestment 5. Executioner's command 6. Alleviate 7. Once more 8. Secondhand tire 9. "Moor of Venice" 10. Leveled 1 with 16. Evil emperor 20. Bare 22. Countries of Asia 24. Greek goddess of agricul- * ture 25. Killers 27. Put a value on noon arinas BHaiaa nun land aaa HUE @aa QUO HEHH anraa HQfflH GHHGnn ana saa araa amp aiaa BEE aiaanK anaon anraas Sanaa mama araas Yesterday's Answer 30. Time for loading 33. Delia of song 35. English conveyance 36. Ascend 40. Sailor's assent 42. One — time

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