Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 20, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 20, 1963
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CLASSIFIED Mln. charge eny ad 4I< 1 d«ry, p«r word *e 3 days, p«r word iSe i days, p«r word 24e 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cosh tn advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publlcaHoi Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only one incorrect Insertion. 5—Business Service* 11—Real Estate i OMPLKTK AITOMOTFVK Vi( p. tune i'p major overh-.n 1 installation brake service. air condition:-) service, automatic t.-ansmissi'i.! of all types. 0-ir- li'n Auto Service, BR 6-.WJ ?2 r -' X. Mai'i. Call anytime. — '2 MMMWM ^^^^^^M^^ aHMH MMM«^^^ MM M MM MB &—Good Things To Sot BY OWNER: Two bedroom, full ba.-icment, large kitchen and family ,--oom, Birch cabinets, solid oak paneling, ceramic tile in kitchen and bath. Drapes, partially carpeted. Double thcrmo- j pane windows, central air condi- | Honing. Attached garage, fenced 1 back van!, close to school. 411 _____________________ \ Davis." BR R-7100. — 15tf i FOR SALE: Ripe cantaloupes. XEW jjOMK. ready fo r oceiipan- pickod fresh everyday. Ms bushel cv basement, carpet, garage. $1.00. West of now Continental Inn. jr xcr || on) Krnon j location, $783 —18tf. clown L' a i] nR 6-4180 after 5. i CANTALOUPKS, 6 and 8 for j ~ 24 ciicvimbers, fresh cabbage. ""™""™~" Top Exhibits For Grant Fair Listed PONYTAIL Sl.Of). One mile North and '. Five Point*:. Anxcles Farm. West of Product? Ha—Mobile Homes SAVE AT ULYSSES! ULYSSKS — Open class entries in the Grant County Free Fair Aug. Ij-lG-17 were of better quality and quantity this year according to fair board president I—Special Notices 3—Lost, Found, Strayed Garden CHy Residents If Your telegram Doesn't Arrjv* By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 betwaon 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturday! For Yuur Paper ATTENTION MAIL SUBt-L'RlH BUS: When writing about your ; telegram sulx,i-ription p , e n a e | 8"n<j your address and all num- ! bcrs ns shown on a recent issue.: -tU; YEARLING HKIFKRS or .steers .strayed Irom 25 miles North- oast of Garden City. Branded liar-C-Bar (-('.— ) on left fling. CANTALOUPES. 10 for SI.00. 7—Help Wanted -•'2 ' C ,L~ i ~ ", l-i u u -i. ; Jerry L. Sullivan. - £ S«» th» Inrqmt mobiU horn* built , r j _ ._ .,__ ..... to be pulled by one Page 8 Garilon City Telegram Tuesday, August 20, 1963 (4); Mrs. Harry Walker, Leisurama truck The Hol ' c is tlle Iist of blue ribbon ; Mayc Mitchell. Vernon Hamilton, „„>.....,„ ... - -. . . .' folds: winners in the various divisions: < Betty Gee, Mary Brewer (2); Sam Pappas. West of 5 Points, \ j own » 0 , 0 ' , 54'. ; Intermediate Girl Scouts — j Raymond Hamman, Lillie Smith, L'ast of railroad. —22 i Open Sund«v« Cindy Bellinger, Debbie McCon-1 Ernest Utt, Lora Jarvis, Esther | JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES j aughey (7); Selayne Tilson, Mary ] Kaiber, J. W. Stallings, Genny, ! Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 Helen Reeves, Karen Smith, Car-j Anderson, Vclma Goodwin ,Jean \ 302-TFjoi Bass, Chillc McConaugliey (5) ! Hamilton, Maye Mitchell, T. W. i Foods — Mrs. T. W. Stallings sellings and P. Damon (2);. i (4); Vclma Hockett, (5); Alene —•Farms, Land, Ranches —2; Good starling salary and bcnc-f.' 0 u SALE: 2482 acre ranch, I Yolm, (11): May Brollier (/>;! Jtnior flower* — Roger Nolle, |T=— REWARD r OR return of fire-' fits - Writc Hox V " 103 ' ~ 2lf | Wichita County, Kans. 1030 acres ' Lora Jarvis. (8); Bonnie jS'ash, | Jim Gerritzen, (3); Randy Stall -••-••• j n g s (2 ); Cheryl Schwartzkopf, plug wrench lost at frth a n d i W ANTED: Saleslady age Frederick. Call A I b e r t Goss. | p r p v iyiis sales experience Dcerfield, 420-82.51. —20pd i Cll | mil not necessary. Lons 30-45, under cultivation, .some irrigation. Excellent improvements. For further information contact (5): Lena Johnson, (4); Esther Karber (5); Alone Meyer, Barbara Smith (2): Edith Reeves, AJXOHOL1CS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardcndale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phono BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. 5—Business Services SMITH SAND CO. \ Basement Excavating t Crane Service t Backhoe Work > Motor Grader » Bulldoier Work , 1 rcsKl«\t of Garden City dcsir- Hcrschel Washington, Attorney, ' (2): Alma Cantwell, Janett Dur- Leoti Kansas or Dale E. Saf-;ham, Belly Hale, Karen Smith, able. Salary plu, commission., ^•" morncy . Garden"city, Ks. I Jeanie Hamilton, Kenny Fair, ! Contact Kansas State Employ- i ment office, 7th and Spruce.—7tf Sand - Gravel - Fill Dir» BR 6-3771 '206 E, f-ulton OPENINGS IN Garden City area 'for positions with Sarah Coventry j ^Jewelry. Earn S30-S50 part time, : S80 - $100 full time per week. Car I and phone essential. Housewives I in\-itcd to inquire. Write Sandra; : Hastings, Ilox llll), Dodge City, , Kans. —23 WAITRESSES AND COOK'S assistant. Apply in person at Fla- 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene —21 ! Mary Anderson, (2): Verna Wil- kcning. (4); Mrs. Dal e Cole, Opal Watson. T r c s a Schwartzkopf, Ethel B e w a r d e r and Darlcnc —3tf G«rd»n CiK ! mingo Inn. —I3t.f NON-GKOUP Blue Cross-B 1 u e Shield enrollment is now open. For fnirther information call BR 6-4590, Garden City. —20 ••M^B^^^H^^M^M^MMMWM^M^t^M^^^HMM^ 2—Miscellaneous j WK PAY $1 cash if any same Gaorqe Smith S3 . TF j WAITRESSES. I'leas'j apply in - --•• i person at Continental Inn be- VACATION TIME will soon be' w -ecn 1-5 Monday through here and you'll need Fanslcr's > Thursday. t —17If front-end alignment on your car -' -- -before hand. Call BR (i-4323. j N( ->W LEASING! Two bedroom 20! basement luxury apartments. $115 a month. BR 6-4731. —24 ENGINE TUNE UP. Quint's Automotive, 8th and Fulton,' SALESMEN TO begin selling a Bit 6-5332. 20 ncw - so '' builder for Finncy County. Must have car. Call FL until item can be purchased at an.v! CEMEN T ^9 N ™ A F, TiNC ". a n , y \ fi ' ;!U ' at Ulysses, now BOOK YOUR FERTILIZER NOW And SAVE Up To • $8 a ton GARDEN CITY CO-OP 246-248-250-H BALING, two balers; Samms. Clothing — JoAnn Hilbeg, Diane Blehm, (2); Marilyn Johnson. (2); Wanda Holland, Irene j Moyer (8); JoAnnc Lance, Ethel Bewarcler. Velma Hockett, Bon- Duanc Blehm, Kathleen Karber, Susan Pickler (2); Zana Wheeler, April Lynn Spencer. Subordinate Grange — Ethel Bewarcler, Irene Moyer, Lora Jarvis (2); Alenc Yohn, Ethel Smith and Ray Johnson. Juv e nile Grange — Dee Ann Moore, Kathy Smith, and Edna Clymer. Household linens — Lora Jarvis (2); Margaret Beveridge, Mrs. T. W. Stallings (2); Mildred Michel, Mrs. J. W. Sei- i K :-if Features Svmii* kif, li.t.. l?ti;'t. World' nphl.s "Do you have anything on sale to drink MALTS in? Three Indicted for Fraudulent Plan me Swindler. Janet Murphy, bert Faye ', Betty Ti-ocii Schwartz, i ~. . -- . -- . _ * Mary Britton, Tresa Schwartz kopt, and AJene Yohn. , Boy Scouts — Troop 186. ! Booths — Prairie Star Home Demonstration Unit. Photography — Vernon Hamilton, Betty Smith JoAnnc Lance and Lena Johnson. Hobbies (3); Doug Shomaker, Margaret Holt, Carolyn Wilkening, Randy Stallings and Christy Gipner. Summer recreation — Larry Ward, Lana Wheeler (2); Pat j Shea, Bill McGillivery, Bruce Gillen, Paula Turner, Paul De, Bruce, Gina Loucks, Ricky Flowers. Pauline Metcalf (2); Deanna Underbill and Larry Ward. Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular ghelf price.) type. Calvin Chisholm, 5750 S.' Thursday evening, for interview. I Widows. custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5800. Richard —29tf Neely's A-G -21tf Seneca, Wichita, Ks. Call JA 4-1 5312. —23-pd - S p a r k i e Loucks, Lance. Monty Sullivan, Frosty Hacker, T i m in y Reeves (2); Linda Coffindaffer (2); Lena Johnson (4); Clarence! Pigeons _ Dan A1M T Hamilton, Janice Hickok, Susan Gfie> Do ^ s Y oimg Randy Pitts Hickok. Ethel Bewarder. Sydney ; Robert Schretbers ' and steve Tar . Tully. Ro.v Johnson and Mrs. , bort Gale Lamberson, Muel Priest. MCVICKEK ano SCOTT professional auction service, BR 66462, Garden Cily, Kansas. -22tf FOR SALE - One Eli Lilly Biological refrigerator; five or six good steel filing cabinets; one good medical examining table; one older exam table; a number of other articles. O W. Miner, M.D. -20 BUNDY B-flat Clarinet, good condition. $50.00. Call BR 6-G770. —aopd EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1, McClung and Payne. ' —20 FOR RENT - Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill Ragel, 903 North 9th. Phon e BR 5-6736 or 6-5248. —16Lf 6 % Gideon Baptist Church Bonds /or sale. Interest paid semiannually. Write Rev. Martin Ralstin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, FARMER AND STOCK-j Brownie S«outs - Pam Mon- SALES GIRL. Full time only.! man: Have elevating scraper! son '( 2 ) ; Beverly Smith, Connie bert. Rabbits — (4). FINNEY COUNTY plumbing and i Good starting wage paid vaca- — wil1 cli 8 trench silos. BR 6-4402. «_ »•._. 11 *„ - _ i _ i • . I _ .. ...*.. . . _ ' ')'' heating. Repair, remodeling, and new construction. Power! | lour sewtr machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. Merchandise discount, 40! week. A. L. Diuckwall's Stores Co. UR C-3312. CUSTOM DISC rolling on your i shearmire. —20U; FOUNTAIN HELP, mostly eve ning work. Call BR 0-7551. RayI „ x , ,, f . . | Field crops — Clifford Fort (2); Kathy McConaughey j f2) . ^ iniam Forl ftuy Brollier ,'3); phiUip Meyer, David Schwein, '= 15—Farm Machinery j Cub Scoots and Webelos -i(2); Paula Walters, 0. F. Rus""' i phiiiin Wonldridop ( 9 V Ro"er • sen . ^'an-en Clymer (2); Clif- -JMARBEET HARVESTER to. PJ» l f^~ ld ^ ^ ^; ford Fort Jr., May Brollier and avl, SaC ,° 1 ' ", adC ° n w r ° W c Tibell Monty Tuttle, Brad Kepley Elmer Clymer. ". head lor Gleaner. Warren M.' .: • ' ' ' J <;win» _ Wrin-, rH-,-,-,0,. farm. Powell's disc rolling service. S a t i s f a etion guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. Garden City. -12tf • lta >' [ head for Gleaner Warren M ' IJC "- Mont y Tuttle - Bracl Kepley ~ 20tf , Wilson, Fail-field, Nebr. — 20pd! (2 ^ . , ,, , ! Garden Crops — Vernon L. OPENINGS AVAILABLE, ladies j ATKNTION~FARMERS ".-^ Com- Hamilton Clyi Swine — Edna Clymer. Poultry — Patricia Durham, Lena" Johnson, ' Ton V KHewer. Roy J. Johnson (6); Bernice Clymer, Esther Karber, Nina Hampton. Cattle — B. Pucket, Steve INSULATION meant COOLIR honwi for nurse aide and cleaning bines _ No cash c[own pay . Verna Wilkinney, Bonnie Nash work, ages 25-50. Apply in person ment _ onc sma ll payment after* (3); Phillip Meyer (2); Robert to Mrs. Moore, Briar Hill Manor. , maizo harvest _ 3 crop years to i Kirby, Rita Prissmall (4); Paula No phone calls, please. -22: pav _ , 2 ma( . hines to p i c k from i Walters. Denise Winters (31; Le-i Pucket, James Moore, Larry Al- CAR HOPS" Must be 1C," year;.'.T. "P. Humphrey Implement Co.. J Roy Durham, Guy McGullay and j ^Robert Williams and Gary Work overy'other m f hi and week; Kiowa. Kansas. Phone 825-4351 Ton, CoIJn. ^M-). ^ ^ during school. Apply ends during school. Cree-.\Iec Drive In. at -20tf i EARN $16 per evening. No canvassing, no experience neces- 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FREE: Two kittens. Mrs. J. 0. Flowers — Dorothy Girritzen (3); Lester Kennedy (2); Nina Ha.npton (2); Janice Kepley (2i; Ralph Kepley (2); Corine McHenry. Painting — Genny Anderson, Blanche McCormick, Faye Beveridge (2); Marsha Rouse, Ruth KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)—A federal grand jury indicted two Wichita men and a Kansas City certified public accountant Monday on 32 counts of taking part I in a fraudulent scheme to sell | securities. | Named in the indictment were j Kennery R. Childs and Donald J. j Harper, both of Wichita, and Ed-' win W. James, 76, of Kansas City. Childs and Harper, the indictment stated, organized the Bankers Mortgage Corp., Inc., of Wichita March 7,1959 with a capitalization of $300,000 consisting of 150,030 shares at a par value of, $2 each. The indictment declares the two men arbitrarily and fraudulently increased the price of the stock to indicate that the company was a successful operation and to induce and facilitate the sale of the stock. ; James is named in the indicl-' ment as the auditor for the com-; pany and related companies organized by Chilcl s and Harper. The indictment states that James \ prepared balance sheets and financial statements for Hie companies. Childs was chairman of the board and Harper was president, according to the indictment. James also is named a s the man who caused the organization of a related company, the Mis- souri Valley Marina, Inc., for the purported purpose of building a marina on the Missouri River near the Paseu bridge in Kansas City. The indictment states that the company issued $1,440,000 in worthless debentures and used the mails and advcrising in widespread stock .sales. These debentures were listed as among the principal assets of Bankers Mortgage and a related company, according to the indictment. Allied Garrison Moves Into Practice Positions BERLIN (AP) — West Berlin's 11.000-man Allied garrison moved into defense positions throughout the Western half of the divided city today on a practice alert. A U.S. Army spokesman said the test wa s ordered to cvaluato the mobility of the Allied units and their ability to react to various situations. NEW LINCOLN 180-AMP AC WELDER Now $110.00 WELDERS SUPPLY Phone BR 6-4861 Carter. 912 5lh —21 Install our rock wool insulation sary. Car required. Write Box now for a cooler home this i 311. Garden City, for appoint- FOR SALE: Siamese kittens. summer. ment. —24 : Call after 6. BR 6-4645. —22 ; Gee, Paulino Dawson, Free Estimates DOUGLASS ROOFING 17—Seeds, Feeds Kansas -7tf FOR SALE — At or near wnole- salc prices: New steel and pipe; Construction steel in beams, rebars, remesh wire; Welded No, 4 Ga. Galvanized wire for cattle, hogs, sheep, fence panels or gates in 5 different sizes of mesh and lengths. Eastside Iron on liighwav 50 on the east side of Garden City BR (i-3189 AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Leonard JIutton, 1021 Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-U59G. HOUSEKEEPER to live in motherless home and care for FOR SALE: Bison seed wheat. 1 Floyd Bycrly, Scott City, Kansas, $2.23 a bushel bin run. Phone Collect ' —21' ' BR l)-U347, Cecil Snodgniss. ; '. : i —28pd ; 8—Situations Wanted j ————————— SIXTY ACRES of irrigated s'.iWANTED: Ironings, sewing and c | a n in field. Wasinger Broth- '•. alterations. BR G-3135. —13tf el - Sp gUB-W-i, Scott City. —26 HEALTH CAPSULES liv MichiiRl A. Petti. M.I). Fern 1 Ann Kirl3 5'» p at Sewell. Bobby _ , Kinby (2); Clif Baugh, Randy j Stalldngs. Mary Reeves,.Mrs. J. W. Siebert, Mrs. Alvin Lance (2); and Crystal Patton. CAN YOU BE ALLERGIC-TO ' WHISKEY "? PEACH PINK aprifot m a 1 e WANTED — Housework. BR 6- poodle at stud, $100. Can be \ 44-19 —20pd i seen alter 7:00 ixm. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Newson. three miles East on Dumside Drive. —24 TOP soil for yards, deiivere;. Dial BR 6-3771 Smith San;!. 9—For Rent Phone •-2"tf ' "iimnany. -31 •« FOR RENT - Apartment, beau- lit'uly furnished, buffet style. See it Reasonably priced. Warren Hotel. BR <i-r'21. -2 Hi 18—Household Needs •jO" GAS RANGE, refrigerator air c< nditioner, dinette set and s.x -.-i.i'irs. combination radio and , phonograph, coffee table, two end tables and telephone stand. 12M Parkwood. — 115U WE WANT TO BUY 15 HOUSES We need 15 houses at once in the $12,000. to $18,000. price range. We want 3 bedroom houses, and good ones. No muii—no fuit—no waiting—no commissions, we just poel oH the cash if the houle is worth the money. Why leave town without selling your houso, whan w* buy if it is worth yoiK asking price, KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 FOR SALE: Upright Kimball piano. Reasonable. See at 1111 N. 10th. —20 ONE bedroom unfurnished apartment; gas, water paid. BR 07181 or BR 0-G75-1 after 5 p.m. —3tf FOR SALE: Late model Frigi- daire refrigerator, 10 cubic foot ROOM FOR RENT, school or working girl, kitclu-n privileges. UK iKMOo. —23 $130. B1J G-3479. 20—Autos and Trucks PsFlNITELY. VOU CAN BE ALLERGIC TO ANY KINP OF WHISKEY ANP G£T A RASH, ASTHMA, NASAL CONGES- TiON, ETC., FROM PRINKING IT. TOMORROW?, CANNEP VEGETABLES. Hedlth Ctipsule!. gives helpful information. . It ii not intended to ba of a diagnostic nature BR 6-774I UPSTAIRS two bwlroom apart- poH SALE or trade: Slick 1962 ment, partly furnished, adults. Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Auto- BK 0-4^)5. —17tf niatic transmission, radio, heater. 23—Instruction WANTED: Piano students. Mrs. Rigged Assassination Claimed for Lodge Jr. SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP)—Buddhist Ieader s said today they believe the South government is planning a phony assassination plot against U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. to discredit the Buddhists. Lodge is arriving in Saigon Aug. 26 to take up his post. Buddhists said they had heard f; - om reliable sources that government agents pretending to be assassins would show up at the airport, would be arrested and would implicate a Buddhist leader. Missing Japanese Plane Located on Mountain TOKYO (AP)—Wreckage of a Japanese airliner which disappeared Saturday with 19 Japanese aboard was located today on a mountain top on Hachijo Island, 100 miles south of Tokyo. Nation- Far Expert Service See . . . ALBERT BURNS with 15 years of automotive mechanics and olr conditioner servicing experience at ... ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER • INTERNATIONAL MUFFLERS . . With A Written Guarantee for as Long as You Own the Car! 614 N. 8th BR 6-7281 -IGtf BR 6-367* ONE tiED¥o"oM"fiu-nished! Wlie: ^ Land l Motel - . 246-TF apartment. Adults only. The ' [,-QK S&IM OR TRADE: 1959 Charles Walter. 1601 Old. Man- j al Police said all aboard had or. BR 6-7126. —21pd I been killed. CROSSWORD - - - By EugeiK Sheffer 20 33 47 18 ^ tb 30 48 51 44- e 17 3S" /4 IO ze -1-0 2S i Virginian Court. -ll'tf ; GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST READY SOON Wait iide three bedroom, attachnd qaraqe, full bate ment. Location i% rtll new. Can't beat tKii one for $13,700.00. 10% down. Three bedroom brick hi It basement, Attached qaraqe, I 1 bathi, kitchen extras and L. R. carpet. Top location, excellent ficor plan. $17,500.00 bu T ». I 0 % v^lit handle. Atherton Stallsworth j THREE ROOM furnished apartment. I'psiairs. Two adults, no pels. SO.'i N. 7Vh. —21 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe, j V 8, automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1506 8th St. eve- ; nings. -12U FOR SALE: 1957 Buick. good condition. Call l!R G-3792. 101 Agency E. FultoD 6R 6-5262 APTION TO BUY AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. NO W. Chestnut BK 6-4622 fcve. 6-3164 2-bedroom. Finished bd Street location. 112 600 3-bedioom. Attached q kitchon dnd living room. $12 600 AIR CONDITIONED apartment, very nicely tunushed. Adults. No pi'U. BR 6-3583. —19U , " JU working r ' olt SALE: IStil Volkswagon. _8tf Call BR 6-482U or see at 12C3', 10th. --'4 : SLEEPING ROOM for men. 120.i N. Ninth. 2nd l«rqi 2.003 sq. ft. 4-bodrocm 2 bath Kom» with double quraqc. O«i>ar v»i!i rent dt JI25 par month tor ti* rr.onthi $500 opTO.'l pd>rrent MUST SELL! Real Estate Auction Service! ^our oropeity for »alo? Contact t. . . . MO need littinq*! Lot- for sole and n e ^ s el for tale! buil BR 6-4731— BR 6-3H7 1OMMY GRAVES Realtor—Auctioneer 1209 Jones Ave. - Fiv» Pomti Gefden City. Kaniat , e 7141 Res 6-4247 KOO.MS. oLH) 9!li Call HI! B- iH24 or ll|{ ii-ii717 at'tor -1 p.m -2UK TWO — ono bedroom houses, furni.slied liar;iyi' atlached. Call 15H G-7RW. —'JL'pil —rjeoi tstate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATh Real Estate W e Buy, Sell or TraHa Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 7-TF BY OUXKU: New two bedi-ooin ho nil 1 , attached :;ara.^e, utility. CiM'ainii- lilt.' kitchen and bath. 1 lurch cabinets. Carpeted BH t> SOL'J —oltl OWNER SKLL1NG: Three bedroom house, jjood school loca tion. l-'ull basi'inrut i ; - finished!, 1MO KOliU panel delivery truck. • Itebnilt enyillo. good tires, tilen • .Murray Lakin. Call Kl 5-11334. | -22 pet | FOU SALK: 19, r )4 Ford, \'8. in excellent condition, reasonable. 906 K\ ails. —22 j FOR SALK: 1*17 Chevrolet l'-u ; loll with al'.iminum van body. Loviks and runs yood. 701 Jenny. -24 t K( FOR SALK: 1958 Fairlane 500: Ford and 1939 Lark Sliulebak- | er. Ixith excellent condition. See at 120o Old Manor Road. —22 19.u CHF.VROLF.T. recently over- . hauled. Slick. S37o. BH 6-G70S evenings —UOtf 1959 IMPAIR Sport coupe, V 8, automatic, SU15: 1959 Galaxie Victoria. L 1 ilnor, h.t . Y-8. auto malic. S1245: 19J9 Country Our salesmen lave die spirit carport, built-in kiK'hen Call BR Squire 9 pa»cn^er uagon. Sl-S") — 2o Bill' s Alto Sales, Highway 50 (33197 \K\\ T1IRE1-; bedroom house. 1812 Morris. Call BK 6-7329 after b'ilO p m. --24 West. 1951 Ifl DSON pickup able 1109 A Si. They may not look like Santa Glaus, but they sure are acting the part during this big year-end "Christmas Clearance Sale" (a once-a-year sella- bration when it's traditional to make "gifts" of our cars). MILHON MOTOR COMPANY 807 C. Fulton HORIZONTAL 1. undeveloped flov.'er 4. French cap 9. chart 12. Assam silkworm 13. soap plant 14. native metal 15. makes a distinction 18. stuff 19. high card 20. avarice .22, many- planed, &s a gem 26. unusual 27. always 28. note in the scale 29. Massachusetts cape 30. deletes 32. archer's implement 33. symbol for selenium 24. mother of Apollo 35. mature 36. large-billed bird 38. Biblical weeds 39. fuse 40. family dwelling: 41. instructs in principles 47. prevaricate 4,8. sheer fabric 49. Chinese pagoda 50. possessive pronoun 51.stains 52. skill VERTICAL 1. couch 2. Swiss canton 3 perceive 4. unit of pressure 5. original inhabiianta of Moab 6. Gypsy gentleman 7. Hebrew high priest 8. bridge holdings 9. sacred choral composition 10. land measure J1. foollike org'an 16. American Indian 30 31 Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 8-io Aiertft Ulna wl koiuUou. i© 1963. King Features Synd., IDC ) ORYPTOQU1PS 8-20 17 genus of maplea 20. seize eagerly 21. Hindu queen 22. a criminal •23. salutation 24. run away to marry 25. a U.S. vice- president sleeps in hot water Greek letter 32. priest's square cap 34. Italian resort 35. incarnation of Vishnu 37. calls 38. musical notes 40. sword handle 41. river ia Asia 42. insect eg? 43. child's toy 44. river (Sp.) 45. auditory organ 46. held session RMMNWFFDKW FROWFARY ARJW Reason- U Q V Q N W J Yesterdays Oryptoquip STILL CASTLE MOAT ODKWODUQQJ MAN CAST LANCE DSTO

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