Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 21, 1963 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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CLASSIFIED Mln. charge any ad 4lt I day, per word 6e 3 days, per word tSe & days, per word 24e 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per ccnf for cash hi advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram Is responsible for attty on* incorrect Insertion. 7—Help Want«d [ 5—Business Strviee* I Jm ^ mm M^^MM CEMENT CONTRACTING, any (CAR HOPS. Must be 16 year*, type. Calvin Chisholm. 37.V) S. I Work every other niaht anil «eck ; 14—Wont to lury Seneca, 5342. Wichita. Ks. Call JA 4-23-pd i AIRWAY VACtTM' Cleaner Sales and Service. Leonard Mutton, 102] Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-0596. -6tl PI'JACH PINK aprirol male poodle at stud, S100. Can br .seen afler 7:00 n.m. Air. and Mrs. Keith N'ewson, three miles East on Burnside Dri\e. —24 YOUR CAR shimmy and snake? You need Kansler's expert front-end alignment service guaranteed. Call Knnsler': 6-4323. ' -21 expert cc A. . r's. BR I—Soocial Notices 2—Mrsceftaneou* Garden City Resident? If Your Telegram Doosn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Sot-jrdays Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays ^•5 p.m. S«furdnv« For Your Paper ATTENTlON MAIL SUBSCIUB"- ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please Blind your address and all num bers as tthown on a recent issue. —IU I FOR SALK — At or near whole- I sale prices: New steel and pipe; Construction steel in beams, rel^ars, remesh wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanised wire tor cattle, hogs, sheep, fence 1 panels or gates in 5 different sizes of mesh and lengths. East- i side Iron on highway 50 on the ' east side of Garden City. Phone ! BR 6-3189 _2'tf STARTER AND GENERATOR repair. Quint's Automotive. "' h and Fulton, BR 6-5332. —21 i 9—For Rent ends during school. Apply at Crec-Mec Drive In. —20tf FOUNTAIN HELP, mostly evening work. Call BR fi-7551. Ray Shearrnire. —20tf HOUSF.KEEPKR to live in motherless home and care for children a«e« 13. 9 and 7. Call Floyd Bycrly, Scoll City. Kansas, collect. —22 8—Situations Wanred WANTED: Ironings, sewing and alterations. BR 6-3135. -13tf FARM WORK or other labor. Call BR 0-0105 or write S. A. .Murray, Rt. I. —21 ADULT Boy Scout uniform. Shirt 15 ! 2, panU 31. Call BR 6-7090. —22pd 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FREE: Two kittens. Carter. 912 5th Mrs. J. 0. —21 FOR SALE: Call after Siamese kittens. 6. BR 6-4645. —22 FOR SALE:: Two coyote dogs; a stag and a greyhound. Three years old. trained. BR 6-7534. —23 17— Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE: Bison seed wheat, $2.25 a bushel bin run. Phone I3R 6-0347, Cecil Snodgrass. CONRARDY PLUMBING Jerome J. Conrardy Sewer Cleaning Service Work Contracting on ntw construction & remodeling. .SIGN'S and posters for the Fair. Call Connie Congdon, BR fl- 7156, evenings. —22, 4—Personal Services ! Call BR 6-6751 247-H i DRESSMAKING, women's and Childrcns. alterations. 404 Magnolia. —21 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendalc Recreation Center, Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. 2—Miscellaneous WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price tlian here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G —21tf MCV1CKEH an-j SCOTT professional auction service, BR 06462, Garden City, Kansas. —22tf FOR RENT - Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill Rngel, 903 North 9th. Phon e BR 9-6736 or 6-5248. —16t/ 8 % Gideon Baptist Church Bonds for sale. Interest paid semiannually. Write Rev. Martin Ralstin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansas —7tf 4—Business Services At'TOMOWrJ . -r i'fi brake .service, .' air conditioner l service, automa- lic transmission of all types. Oar- li.-'tj Auto Su-vice, Bit e'-36U, '.'if'j X. .Mai'i. Call anytime. vii'e. tune rna.iur overh:, installation -ti | FOH KENT — Apartment, t>eau- ! tifuly furnished, buffet style. See it. Reasonably priced. Warren ffotel, BR S-322I. —21tf ONE bedroom unfurnished apartment; gas, water paid. BR 67181 or BR 6-6754 after 5 p.m. ~3tt ROOM FOR RENT, school or working girl, kitchen privileges. BR 6-3403. —23 [ IPSTAIRS two bedroom apart- i nient, partly furnished, adults. 1 til! 6-4205. —I7tf SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1204 E. Fulton G.rd.n Ciry George Smith 53-77 TOP soil for yards, delivers. Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sauj Company. % —31>.l FL\i\EY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and n«\v construction. Power 6—Good Things To Eat j THREE ROOM furnished apart- j ment. Upstairs. Two adults, no j pels. 805 N. 7th. —21 AIR CONDITIONED apartment, very nicely furnished. Adults. No pels. BR 6-3583. —19tf FOR SALE: Ripe cantaloupes, picked fresh everyday. % bushel $1.00. West of new Continental Inn. -t9tf SLEEPING men. 1205 CANTALOUPES, 6 and 8 for $1.00. cucumbers, fresh cabbage. One mile North and % West of Five Points. Angeles Produce Farm. —22 FRESH GRANT County breakfast cantaloupes, 97c a dozen. \o. 1 White potatoes. 50 ibs. — $1.45. No. 2 — $1.50 per 100. Farmer's Market opposite Drive In Theatre. —24 COLORADO VINE RIPE honey- ROOMS 6-124 or 520 BR ROOM for N. Ninth. 9th. Call 6-3717 after SEED CLEANING and TREATING Portable or Stationary SEED CLEANERS. Call for Appointment Before The Rush. BEST SEED COMPANY 102 S. 9th BR 6-6921 231-H Sit Down Strike Martha Frederick, of Earllon, Kan., tugs at ths halter in an effort to make her Hereford steer get up and join other livestock parading before the judges at the Neosho County Fair in.Erie, Kan. The girl is a member of the Willing Workers 4-H club at Earlton. IAP Photo-') working -Stf BR 6-| 4 p.m. —aotf ! FOR RENT: Airconditioned of• i fice in center of business area, j .1. 0. Carter. 107 E. Lam-el. —23pcl FURNISHED APARTMENT. 10th. Adults only. Inquire Elm, G. A. Rhodes. C02 307 —23 dews. .Missouri vine ripe torna- Rocky Ford cantaloupes. Sewer machine. All makes and I watermelons, slicing cucumbers,: models of appliances serviced.! P'<-'kling cucumbers, groceries | Bit G-33J2i _20ff! ani l meals. Laughlin's Market, CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling service. S a t i s f a ction guaranteed Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th! Garden City. —12tf GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST 211 N. 8th. —23 7—Help Wonted WANTED: Lady for general office work, experience required. G-ood starting salary and benefits. Write Box V-103. — 2tf NOW LEASING! Two bedroom luxury apartments with basement. $115 a month BR 6-473,1. —27 I I—fieni tsrate ; COWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade : Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laur.l BR 6-7741 7-TF SIXTY ACRES 'of irrigated su- dan in field. Wasinger Brothers, 860-W-J, Scott City. —26 HAVE YOUR Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW. Avoid Waiting in Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 247-249-251-H 18—Household Needs 30" GAS RANGE, refrigerator, air conditioner, dinette set and six flijiirs, combination radio and phonograph, coffee table, two end tables and telephone stand. 12'J4 Parkwood. —16tf Stainless Steel Competition Forces Producers Price Cut By ROGER LANE AP Business News Wrifer NEW YORK (AP) - In recent days U.S. steel producers cut 20—Autos and Truck:, FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Wheat Lands Mote). —16tf FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. V 8, automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1S06 8th St. evenings. —12tf ! 1960 FORD panel delivery truck. Rebuilt engine, good tires. Glen Murray Lakin. Call El 5-6334. j -22pd FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, V8, in excellent condition, reasonable. 906 Evans. —22 FOR SALE: Late daire refrigerator, $150. BR 6-3479. model Frigi- 10 cubic foot —22 FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet IVa ton with aluminum van body. Looks and runs good. 701 Jenny. -24p4 READY SOON Weit tide three bedroom, attached garage, full basement. Location is /ill new. Can't b»af this on* for $13,700.00. 10% down. Three bedroom brick, full basement, i aHached garage, I) baths, titchen extra* and L. R. carpet. Top location, excellent floor plan. $17,500.00 buyi. 10% will handle. Atherton Stallsworfh Agency AL WOODS ton e. BR 6-5262 OPTION TO BUY Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 3-bodroom. Carpeted and dininq room. On* baths.^Corner lot. Choice location. $17,500 OPENINGS IN Garden City area BY OWNER: New two bedroom; home, attached garage, utility. Ceramic tile kitchen and bath,! ,„„ ,.„„ . .... . ,, birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 6-i $80 - $100 full time per week. Car 80 ,- —3Uf and phone essential. Housewives " ' ! invited to inquire. Write Sandra Hastings, Box 1110, Dodge City, Kans. —23 mnq room and a half »it tide WAITRESSES AND COOK'S assistant. Apply in person at Flamingo Inn. — 1J1U' WAITRESSES. Please apply in person at Continental Inn be- ween 1-5 Monday through Thursday. —17tf SALESMEN TO begin selling a new soil builder for Finney County. Must have car. Call FL U-3111 at Ulysses, now until Thursday evening for interview. 2000 iq. ft. -(-bedroom, ? bald Home with double garage. Ownei will rent at $125 per month for six months. J500 opton payment. MUST SELL! BR 6-4731— Eve. 6-3117 Real Estate Auction Service! , Your property for tale? Contact us ... we need listings! Loll for tale and also 2 tint bun- TOMMY GRAVES Realtor—Auctioneer 1209 Jones Ave. - Five Point) Garden City, Kansas, Bus. 6-7141 Res. 6-4247 SALES GIRL. Full time only. Good starting wage, paid vacation. Merchandise discount, -10 hour week. A. L. Uuckwall's Stores Co —21 L'AU.N S10 per evening. No canvassing, no experience necessary. Car required. Write Box 311, Garden City, for appointment. —24 OPENINGS AVAILABLE, ladies- Co r nurse aide and cleaning work, ages 2o-50. Apply in person to Mrs. .Moore, Briar Hill Manor. No phone calls, please. ~'2'2 OWNER SELLING: Three bed- 1 room house, good school location. Full basement (Mi finished), fully carpeted, built-in kitchen. Call BR 6-3197. —26 ! NEW THREE bedroom house. ' 1812 Morris. Call BR 6-7329 after 6:30 p.m. —24 ! BY OWNER: Two bedroom, full ; basement, large kitchen and 1 family room. Birch cabinets, sol! id oak paneling, ceramic tile in i kitchen and bath. Drapes, partially carpeted. Double tliermo- panc windows, central air condi- j lioning. Attached garage, fenced ' back 'yard. Close to school. 411 I Davis.' BR 6-7100. NEW HOME, ready to,- occljpan-, 2 cy. basement, carpet, garage. TWO DAY SALE Wednesday, 5 p.m. 'til 9 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. 'til 5 p.m. Drive out in the evening and really save! Don's of Dodge City will have furniture on display at Underwood auction, west of five points in Garden City with a representative there to talk to you about your furniture needs. Good terms available. You must see these to believe it. 3 pc. bedroom suits $69.95 New 4 drawer chasts $ I 7.77 7" Power Saw $19.95 Black and Decker {" Drill .. $10.39 Ladies Dresses, reg. $3.99, two for $5,0,0 4 pc. turquoise Sectional .. $139.95 Western vinyl Divan, reg. $99.00 sale $59.00 5 pc. Heavy duty Dinette .. $39.95 9x12 Linoleums $3.95 50 ft. Soaker Hose 97e Glass Rod, Reel and nylon line $2.99 pc. Living room Suite ....'$88.00 FOR SALE: 1958 Fairlane 500 Ford and 1959 Lark Studebaker, both excellent condition. See at 1206 Old Slanor Road. —22 prices on polished stainless steel sheets used to make kitchen utensils, appliances and many other familiar items. The reason: competition from stainless sheet rolled in Japan and Europe and sold for less Ln the United States. The incident is symptomatic of problems that have beset the $16- billion domestic steel industry, driving down production, shrinking profits and drying up jobs. It reflects a worldwde upheaval in steel prochtction and distribution patterns tlrat has turned the United States from an exporter of steel to a net importer. Cutting prices hasn't stemmed the tide of some imports, especially wir e producs, pipe and tubing, reinforcing bars and some types of sheet and strip. American steelmcn say some foreign producers are "dumping" steel on the U.S. market, selling it at prices lower than those charged in the country of origin. Roger Blough t chairman of the board of U.S. ' Steel Corp., the nation's No. 1 producer, and David J. McDonald ' Page 8 Garden Cit.v Telegram Wednesday, August 21, 1963 ed imports an average of 2.7 million tuts annually in the five years ended in 1958. In each of the four years ended with 1962, the balance went the other way and the trend is continuing. The country brought 4.1 million tons of foreign steel in 19iM against 2 million tons sold abroad, for an average balance of 2.1 million tons. Some steel executives estimate that restoration of the . export- import relationship of the middle 1950s would result in 30,000 mor* jobs in the domestic steel industry. Government Gives OK On Purchase of Plant 1953 CHEVROLET, recently overhauled. Slick. $375. BR 6-6708 evenings. — 20tf 1959 IMPALA Sport coupe, V-8, automatic, $1445; 1959 Galaxie Victoria, 2 door, h.t., V-8, automatic, $1245; 1959 Country Squire 9 passenger wagon, $1295. Bill' s A 11110 Sales, Highway 50 West. —22 1963 DODGE DART, hardtop. Air, seat' BR 6-5534. two door belts. Call • —24pd the AFL-CIO United Steelworkers asked President Kennedy on Tuesday to do something about the dumping. After a White House meeting, Blough told newsmen Kennedy had agreed to look into the matter. He said he and McDonald didn't suggest specific action. Blough said he considers a heavy percentage of the 4.3 mil- WASHINGTON (AP) — The Kansas City Power and Light Co., was given authorization Tuesday president of) bv t h (! Power Commission to buy I'on tons of foreign steel sold in the United States last year to have been dumped on the market. electric facilities costing $1.15 million from the U.S. government. The facilities were built by the government during World War II to provide electric service to the Sunflower Ordnance Works near DeSoto. Kan., and the fomer Pratt-Whitncy plant, now the Westinghouse plant, south of Kansas City. The company had been operating the facilities under lease sinca 1D51 and offered the high bid for them when they were declared American steel exports exceed- i surplus. 23—Instruction WANTED: Piano students. Mrs. Charles Walter. 1601 Old. Man-1 or. BR 6-7126. —21pd LEGALS Excellent school location, clown Call BR li-1180 alter FOR SALE: Three brick home with full attached garage. One Bit (i-358.i. bedroom basement, year old. 21 FURNITURE AUCTION 1206 &. Fulton, Garden City — Monday, August 26 Starting Tims — I :30 P.M. Fashion Trend, light color Bedroom Suite, with box springs and foam rubber mat. ipnng and innerspnng tress like new. Single Bed with mattress. Very Good Zenith TV Set. Writing Desk and chair. Large Electric Fan Hideabed Davenport, very nice Zenith—Stereo combination TV and Radio and Record Player. Drop Leaf light oak Dining Table, Buffst and four ciiairs. Good Whirlpool Dish Washer. Whirlpool Automatic Washing Machine, good. Drapes, like new. Bronze Pols Lamp, like new. Kroehler over-stuffed Chair. Metal Utility Table. Chest of Drawers. Child's Wardrobe. Dishes, Cooking Utensils and many other items not listed. lla — Mobile Homes _ SAVE AT ULYSSESi See the largest mobile home built to be pulled by one truck. The Leisurama 24' , 54' . . folds down to 10' x 54'. Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ki. FL 6-1414 _ 202-TF lib — Forms, land, Ranches FOR SALE: '-'-182 acre ranch, Wichita anility, Kans. 1<WO acres under cultivation, sonu- irrigation. Excellent improvements. For lurtluT information contact Herj-clu'l Washington. Attorney, l.eoli. KanMii or Dale E. Saffels Attorney Garden Citv, Ks -21 12 — Fnrmon. VVwifb 4 Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking. Eugene Mason, Decriield •126-7121. -3tf Hideabed with foam cushions, S793 i nylon cover, foam mattress. Manufacturer's price $249.95 Sale $139.95 Muntz combination Radio, TV, and Stereo in blonde, walnut, or mahogany, lowboy, with TV that works $249 Boxspring and innerspring or foam mattress, set $39.95 Set of three Tables with plastic tops, set $12.88 Six inch foam mattress with matching boxspring. Manufacturer's price $1 59.95 per set. Sale price set $69.95 A COMPLETE HOUSE OF FURNITURE Only $399.00 Save $100 or more NEW— 3 pc. bedroom suite box springs and mattress 5 pc. heavy duty dinette 2 pc. living room suite Set of three coffee and step tables Pair of Table Lamps 2—9x12 Linoleums Deal also includes used refriegrator with a cross top freezer, used electric or gas range. It will pay you to drive out to Underwood's to see their furniture or drive to Dodge City to DON'S_AUCT!ON 209 Woodland (Published in The Garden City i Telegram July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14 and 21, 1963.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS First Federal Saving's and Loan Association of Dodge City, a corporation . . . Plaintiff, vs ,1. I. Tiptoj), Clell Joy Tipton, Kldon D. Steffens and Joyce N. Steffens . . . Defendant!. NOTICE OF SALE No. 11,488 Notice ia hereby given that under and by virtue of an order of .sale issued by the Clerk of the District Court of Finney County. Kansas, in a certain action in said court, being No. 11,-183. wherein the parties above named were plaintiff and defendant!?, and to me. the undersigned, Sheriff of Finney County, directed, I will of! fer for sale at public auction and i ael! to the highest bidder for cash in hand at the Kaat front door of Ilia court house i:i the city of Garden City, Fliuiey County, Kansas, on the l!3rd day of August, 1963, at ten o'clock A.M., of said day, the following described real estate situate in the County iif B'iimcy and State of Kansas to wit: Lot 5 in Block 1 of Christie R?- I'Jat of Tracts 1, -. ;; and •( of Mfila M. Douguns P.e-i/at of E:nmert and rj'oker?u'f Addition to Garden CitJ, Kanaa^. \Vend!e MeifT .Sheriff of Filing Count>. Kansas Mimifr <£• Wait* Dndge City. Kansas Attorneys for Plaintuf CROSSWORD By Eugene Sfx/er 12 15 32 $0 54- 57 27 ol lie 21 41 '3 33 57 &<! 55- 30 Stf 34 20 23 4$ 35 31 47 So 53 10 •24 46 2S 43 CTSTO.M BAUMi, two balers; (.•i^tom swathing, mowing and \ rakiny. Call BR ii-5890. Richa'-d : WidoxU. -29tf ' MR. FARMER AND STOCKman: Ha\c elevating scraper — will dig trench silos. BR 6-4402. This is A very nice line of Furniture. TERMS: CASH Mrs. Marvin Standley 247-2T SELLING OUT a number of used Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum : Cleaner Company. Two blocks ' east 01' Bowling Alley. —21 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE: 1961 Volkswagen. Call BK 6-4826 or see at 12C3 10th. -24 Ov EARL BARTON DALt DICKERSON Clerk 247-2SO WE WANT TO BUY 15 HOUSES We need IS houses at once in the $12,000. to $18,000. price range. We want 3 bedroom houses, and good ones. No muss—no fu'.i-—no Baiting—no conifniisions, w» |uif peel off th» c«ih If the home is worth the ironey. Why leeve town without jelling your home, when we buy if it is worth your asking price. KtlLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY HOWARD 8. SMITH AGtNCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 8 R 6-7741 ' 8R 6-36/5 , BR 6-4544 246-TF (PubiUJie.l in The Garden City ' Telesrani AUK. 14. '^1 and 2S. 196o.) I IN TUB" PROBATE COURT OF ! KINNKY COUNTY. KANSAS ; In the Matter of the Eetatc nf 1 JESSIE B. IJOUGIIKRTV. Decked. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOIt 1 FINAL SETTLEMTNT No. oS7j i The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: I Your are hereby notified th;U a I petition lias been filed in said court ; by Edmund D. Morrison. Jr. and C. C. Wilson. Co-Executors of the • Will of Jessie B. Dougherty, decei-t- ; ed. praying for a final settlement t of said estate, approval of tlieir acts, : proceedings and account" as Co-Kxe- | cutors without the necessity of filing i a formal ac.vounting of receipts and I disbursements, allowance for attor- ' ?.eys' fees and expenses; and also 1 praying that the court assign the ••«<•.- j iiiue nf the proceeds from the t,a!e : of t'>\e Kansas iva! pn-perty in paid I e.-.tate to the petitioner as doniicil- | lar> co. executors: and you are here- j by n-iiuired to file your written de! femes thereto on or before the 6th I uV of September. 19s:v at ten nVlock a.:;y on sai.l d:iy. in said court, in the ,-;t> of Garden City. Kansas, at which t-.n:e and place said cause will bi- V. arj. Should you fail therein jL;dg;r.ent and decree will be enteivo. :n due course upotis said petit!--'!!. Edmund n. Morrison C. C. Wilson. Petitioners Co'.!.:u Hughes. M»rlin Pi-in Sebell Attorneys for Petitioners ATTEST. M C. Sender Probate Judge HORIZONTAL 1. flighUess bird •t. hit with the hand 8. girl's name 12. Greek letter 13.surface a road 14. declare openly 15. repairs IT. numerical suffix 18. glacial mound 19. style of type 21. soaks flax 23. wrath 26. performs 29. congers 31. Guide's highest note 32.touch gently 34. out of the right way 36. river (Sp.) 37. English school 39 serf 40. harden 42. college ot'ficiaJ 44. social queen 46. simpletons SO. a tissue 52. native of Tallin M fish sauce 55. Hebrew stringed ' instrument 56. national god ol Tahiti 57. desire 58. tropical fruit 59. the present VERTICAL 1. church part 2. utilizes 3. church i.Scot. i 4. steeple 5. varnish ingredient 6. unwilling 7. Mexican coin 8. Lucifer 9. requitei-s ] 0. fish eggs 11. beard of rve Answer to yesterday's puzele. Jr G J C T Q 8-21 4iet*|* il«o» ef lolmto*: II vleilci i£ 19o3 King Futures S>nd , IIK ) CBVPTOQUIPS t B R B R D A VV D O 16. line of poetry 20. church service 22. examine 24. dash 25. actress: Martha.—26 land measure . 27. Abel's brother 28. disturbs 30. narrow path .'«. blind 35. part of a mortise. joint 3S. Black Sea port 41. attain 43. worship 45. metallic element 47. jungl* beaat 48. edible rootstoctc 49 winter precipitation SO. a marble 51 high priest of Israel 53. toddler R T H A R JDOAYWHR GJCTRQDRBB Yesterday's Gryptoquip — AGGRESSIVE MADE HONORJ^P LIVELIHOOD

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