The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 11, 1954 · Page 9
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me D«iiv->»»i>t OUM, »To Connect Witti Results?—Do It Here With Batche/or Says He's Being Held 'Til PWs Make Choice By RUTHERFORD POATS TOKYO, Jan. 11 —UP—CpL Claude Batchelor disclosed v M«aday that the U.S. Ai-my plans to keep him here'until after all th e 21 pro- Communist war prisoners i« left behind have had their final charge to corne home. The former ringleader of Americans" who chose self-exile with the Communists said he has been told he would remain under interrogation in Tokyo for about one month. The armistice' deadline : for prisoners to return is midnight Jan. 22. The 24-year-old Texan said he was making arrangements through the American consulate to register his 1949 Shinto marriage to Kyoko Araki, the Japanese girl whose love letters made him take the final step to break with the Reds New Year's Day. "We'll go back to the States and see my family," he said. "But we haven't decided whether we'll live in Jaoan or in the States. Kyoko thinks it will be better for us to live in Japan. "I'm considering staying in the Army, but I don't know what I'll do yet." . . In an exclusive interview in his Tokyo Army hospital room, the blond, soft-spoken soldier said he had assured the men he left behind that "there is no indication I will be prosecuted" for siding v/:th Communists, rejecting regu- Ir.r repatriation, or giving aid and comfort ; to the enemy. "Kyoko and I have written let- i"-s to four of the men who are r-"--,t likely to come back," Batchel-? " said. "I don't want to. oiu their names. "I don't know-whether they'll get the letters or read them. There is a general agreement that no one will read letters from home, but I read some of mine and so did some of the other fellows." •He said he had written to his closest PW camp friend " 'You know that I wouldn't desert that .cause without-justifiable reasons.' 'I told all of them about th? way the Communists had deceived us—including .'a• couple of cases they didn't know about but I knew through iny position as . the chief representative." Birdshot 'Convinces' Car Thief NEW YOHK, Jan. 11 —UP—Tavern owner John, Kennedy, 60, _ decided to catch the thief, who periodically raided his storeroom for a case of beer: Kennedy stayed in the taverii each night, shotgun in hand, and waited At 5:30 a.m. Sunday he saw a match light in the storeroom. Gun in hand Kennedy cautiously approached and when the intruder stopped over Kennedy blasted away. After having the bird shot, removed- Valentine Rybacky. 39, confessed. He said it'. was his fourth and last visit. MERRY MENAGERIE ly Walt OiMity Dial 8302 , Dial 8302 Th» B«yfown Sun Want-Ad Rat«i j Coniteutlr* • Dan . .. ....;..... . . . .!*< 3 Conncutlvt pa;* .»...............lTc Sinsl«' Injection* ,......-.....-;.,.. .Me PER UM» MSR DAT Minimum cntnt 3 rVant-Ad noun a A.M. to » AM. Ads placed b«fore 10 A.M. a;veu In Tilt Sun (hat flojn* a/Urnoon. cards of Tljai>K» and In Mtmorlam Notice! ont-hill !h« nt»v« ntu. Ail Want- Ad« moat »DD«»r una«t. tlwlr. proper classification and Tn« Baytown Sun rimrvti tht runt 10 »o classify and edit ail *dA 1. Lodge Notices Job After First Year 3v.'BOTH GMEINER "7ASHINGTON (IP)—Mrs. Dwight T- Eisenhower ends her first year j-i the White House with her characteristic high spirits undim- jr.lahe3 and with a record of enterprising devotion to her job as First Lady. . But the job has not been without its compromises. . Mrs. Eisenhower still breakfasts in bed but now forgoes a leisurely . second cup of coffee in order to plan-her day's schedule. She keeps up her voluminous private correspond«nce with far- scattered friends, but the letters . are dictated to a secretary and no longer written . in her own clear hand. She is better dressed than a year ago 'but bargain-hunting expeditions to downtown shops are a thing of the-past. She orders her clothes by mail or telephone from newspaper advertisements. As White,House hostess she has been able to indulge her liking for people. She shook hands with 16,000 -White House guests (plus a few thousand more at outside affairs) last spring and, after a summertime lull, is well on her way to-a second 16,000 this winter. But most of her guests are "official" or strangers, and too few arc her old friends. But if the White House has made changes in Mamie Eissnhow- er, it can also be said that she has made changes in the White House. She has a real talent for interior decorating and, oven with the government's Fine Arts Commission peering over her shoulder, has managed to leave her touch in almost every room. In the private second-floor living quarters, she has moved furniture, swapped drapes, had a few walls repainted and introduced prized family possessions' that make the Eisenhow- ers feel at home wherever they live. Washington old timers are singing Mrs. Eisenhower's praises as White House hostess- They compare her hospitality with that of Grace Coolidgc. She and President Eisenhower revived Easter egg rolling on the White House lawn for the first time.since before World War II, and formal social life at the White House this winter is being carried off with a gloss and glitter Washington hasn't seen in years. But Mrs. Eisenhower has her own ideas about entertaining. She took an active dislike to the traditional seating arrangement at formal banquets, which placed some guests facing the wail, and others with their backs to the President and First Lady. She introduced a table plan so that all guests face toward their host and hostess. Slle also tried out a new technique for greeting large groups of women at afternoon receptions. She abandoned the mechanical handshake, and stood on the stair greeting guests with a smile and a wave. Actually, Mrs. Eisenhower holds up well at parties where she must shake hands with several thousand guests. She hasn't yet nad is treat her hands to a whirlpool bath, as Mrs. Harry Truman often did. The First Lady also became a style leader in her first year. Mamie bangs now are standard style for women of all ages. She started a fad by matching: her gloves to her costume and stockings to her shoes or dress- It remains to be seen whether her decision to keep her skirts at 13 and one-half inches will be imitated, despite Dior's decree for shorter hemlines. If one year as First Lady has brought any new gray hairs, no sne can detect them. Mrs. Eisenhower looks far younger than her 57 years. But there are signs that her determination to do a good lob may-have taken its toll of her health. A prolonged cold kept her secluded from Thanksgiving to Christmas and forced her to cancel several engagements. Mrs. Eisenhower may have to listen to her friend's Who have been urging her to cut down on the number of groups she receives and invitations she accepts. Mrs. Eisenhower no longer visits as frequently with old friends but she has' established' a new, warm relationship with the: wives of cabinet members. She joins them for luncheon or cards.every few weeks. After a year, there is little doubt that a public opinion poll would show the nation approves its First Lady. And there is no doubt she likes her job. - • : Labor To Launch Drive To Reduce Rise Of Jobless WASHINGTON, • Jan. 11 —UP— Union officials said Monday that labor is launching an all-out drive to get the administration and Cong- Z'ess to halt rising unemployment. Government experts estimate that the number of jobless may pass the 2 million mark by several hundred thousand this month. This would be higher than January in 1953 and 1952, about the same as 1951, and about half the 1949-50 peak. But the CIO and. in a more moderate tone,-the AFL, last weMc contended that the job situation actually is worse than the government figures show. Census Bureau experts who draw up the figures conceded that there may be a "little" hidden unemployment in them. But thov said the CIO's- arguments, at least, were "exaggerations." Union officials said that they are worried not only about the "rapid" rise in unemployment this winter from record low levels last fall but also about the drop in overtime work and the rash of temporary lay-offs in the auto and transportation industries. All these factorr, a.ffect buying power, they pointed out, and the demand for good-5 A ranking House Republican, Reo. Richard M. Simpson (PaJ, conceded Sunday, that the nation is in a business "'recession" but called it only a "transition period." House Democratic whip John W. McCormack (Mass.) charged, however, that the recess ion was "deliberately" caused by Eisenhower administration policies. T. J. Smith Leader Of Odd Fellows T. J. Smith will be installed as noble grand or the Goose Creek Odd Pcllou-s lodge No. 960 at 8 p.m. Monday. Other elected officers are Roy H. Hughes, vice grand; J. T. Alcorn, secretary; and Ralph Scheurich, treasurers. Also serving as officers are C. P. Blanchard, Robert Ferguson, G. E. Towns, John B. Fairbanks, C. C. Curry, C. R. Eiggers, Lacy Lusk, Jack Ford. Clarence Akin, V. K. Rogan and C. Hughes. Deputy District Grand Master D. T. Clifton of Romero will be the installing officer. Sfork Stops WOODMEN. OF THE WORM), CAMP NO; 1922. Meetings each Tuesday night at the W.O.W. Hall, East Texas Avenue at 7:30 p.m. All -members are urged to attend. Tldmon, Consul Commander 4. Monuments-Burial Lots GRANITE, Marble, Bronze, Monuments, Markers. Cemetary .-work. Easy terms, no carrying charges. Monument Co. Market St at W. Main. Ph ; .4702, L. P. SobHIk. Sales Mgr. Ph. 5893. S. Special Notices ALCOHOLICS. .ANONYMOUS—' Tri-CItles Group, phone 2498. 9S32 and £483. . West Baytown' Group, -phone 9231. 3-1U8. 6. Lost and Found KITTEN LOST—BlacR and white. 4 white paws, white stomach, white streak up aide of nose. 114. W Loblt. Ph. 5028 after 5:30. 7. Schools-Instructions CHILD CARE—By hour, day or week. Supervised play Transportation furnished. Phone 7123 or 6654. 13. Male-Female Help Wanted SHOE SALESMAN — Man or woman for full time job. Experience beneficial but not necessary. Apply In person, Shoe Department, Economy Dry Goods, W. Texas Ave. WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. Clayton O. Williams of 1414 Kilgore Road announce the birth of a daughter, La Jeana Lynn, at 5:13 p.m. Saturday in Houston's St. Joseph's hospital. The child weighed 8 pounds, 12U> ounces. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Louns- Berry of Cedar Bayou and Mrs. Ws B:!y u « d Mary Williams of Baytown. 14. Female Help Wanted. RELIABLE WHITE LADY NEEDED— For. house -work. Must live in La Porto or furnish- own transportation. References required. -Phone La Port* 8192. after 5:30 p.m. 15. Male Help Wanted GOOD WORKERS wllh cars make S2.0II up hourly. Part-time considered. Call Mr Bishop, 5513. for details. JR. COLLEGE STUDENT—With commercial drivers license to work 2'/i days week in Donut Shop. Apply 316 Scott St. 16. Sales Help Wanted MAN OR WOMAN, FULL OR PART TIME—One of our part llm« denlcrs makes up to $200 per month while holding down full time job elsewhere. Two openings In Baytown area. Write XVmklns Products. 015 Henderson, Houston. QUALIFIED SALESMEN—On commission basin for full time or part time work with leading Baytown Television and Appliance Co Leads furnished. Our em- ployes know of this ad. Write KlvInK name ndclres, experience, etc. to Box 3-lu, care of The Bnytown Sun. Copr. 1954-, Wilt Disnty P<o*Ktiw« Worl Distributed by King Features Sjndicale. j'jl 20. Articles For Sale 23. Articles For Rent DO AWAY WITH SWEATTY , WALLS — The famous Dearborn heaters will.elim- inate that messy, damp condition. 'See bur complete line ol vented and un-ventcd heaters, select the type best suited to .your needs Baytown Hardware, 3425 Market. Ph. 4978. DEER BlFUi—Remington 721. 30-06 cat., regular S88.95 special for J74.95. • Wllliie's. 324 West-Texas Avenue. Phone 2067. - ••••." GAS RANGES—We have plenty of Rood, used gas ranges, but we are temporarily out of used refrigerators. Harper • Gas Appliance Co., 2500 Market St. Ph. 6900. HEATING—All types vented heating. One stop supplies for everything you need to put your Heating system In. Installation If dusired. Basse's, 3511 Market Street. Dial 3-1417. • . • INVENTORY SHEETS—At ,90c per 100, and all slzi storage or transfer files available at Mathernc's in Baytown Sun llriliig. Have your '54 calendar yet? PIPE—PHONE 4026 Galvanized Pipe, Per 100 Ft.— 14 Inch $11.00 ••Ji Inch Sl-l.DO 1 Inch S20.2B . IVi Inch '...S27.00 Hi Inch 532.00 2 Inch 512.00 3' Inch S8S.75 4 Inch S138.40 Black Pipe. Per 100 Ft.— V- Inch S 9.20 % Inch Sll.OO 1 Inch S17.00 IVi Inch Hi Inch S26.80 2 Inch S36.00 Baytown Plumblns Co. 2609 W. Main KILN DRIED LUMBER—S05.00 and Up. Loans made on additions and repairs. Prince Lumber Company Phone Baytown 3-1224. MOTOR SCOOTER— 1953 Italian. See at -407 B: Jack or phone 9338. MIRRORS for more home beauty. Metal leaf and Venetians. Any type, for all rooms In the home. Also mirrors made to order. K 4 H. Glass Company, 201 E. Texas Ave. Phone JJU28. KEEMS—Double Wall Furnace, 80,000 BTU or 50.000 KTU Floor Furnace. Installed for S109 No down payment. Call 2E7U until S p.m. Baj'town Jleatlng nnd Ventilation Co. REFRIGERATOR (USED)—Gas and electric. SJIi.OO up. UanBCB, 510.00 up. Scott Gas & Appliance Company, 11U East Tc:;a5 Avenue. Phone 2016. SADDLE—KOPIHK middle. bridle and blanket, spurs, like new, complete rlB, $70. Phone 3-2170. SHAKKSPEAUK S1CUVICK HEEL— On the market for the first time, with nylon Rears, 150 yd. rapacity. Star draR nnd lcvi-1 wind. All chrome plated. Jl•!.«:>. Jim Nelson Sporting Goods, 10-1 N. Jiluln. Ph. 21)37. TELEVISION — 10*' Motorola console, $85.00, 10" Bcndlx table model. MO.OO, 12" Phllco console, S"ti.OO. Kovar Appliance Uo., 221 K Texas Ave. Ph. .1001. 18. Work Wanted CHILD CARE—Will Care for 2 children for working mother. Will Rive references. Ill W. Sterling. Ph. 3-2118. IRONING—Will do Ironlnit In my home. Apply 813 S. Pructt or phone 3-1987. PAINTING AND PAPERHANOINO— Satisfaction RUarantced 10 years experience. Very r«ssr.7,r.h!=. Estimates anytime anywhere. Will take old model car ns payment. Phone 9462. ^^ REMODELING EXPERT—Modernize your kitchen and bath with knotty plno and built-in features. We "an paint or paper vour home Inside or out; put asbestos sldInc: replace your roof. For Immediate free estimates, cnll Gray Lumber and BulldlnK Co.—S272. SPECIALIZING—in Repairing. Remodeling. New Additions, KoofinK, Siding. Cabinet work. FIIA Improvement Loans. Free Estimates. Call L, A. aiaiiur. Phone 291,1. ISM New Jersey St. i9. Good Things to Hat-Drink BE HAPPY, r.o IlKALTHY on farm fresh milk. U's the DarKnln In nutrition, your best buy In health. Carnation Co. 6S08 lor home deli 'Civ. CAGE KQOS— Krcah dally. Premium quality eRK* at popular prices. 3 locations. Minter Cleaners. 3314 Minnesota St.. Old Raytown. Mlntcr Cleaner No. 2, ,-ind Mm:cr Jersey F:irm. Market St. Rd. it Slniwin Gulley. Also, fat hens that, hnve never been on the ground. Ph Baytown 4013. or HlKhlands 4-1181. TELEVISION—21" Hortmnn mahoxnny console with dooro, 1-year old, StUO for equity. Phone 2311. TITLE 1 F.JI A. LOANS—You can remodel, repair, add a room, pirncc, re- roof or make any home Improvements. Pay no money down and up to 36 months on balance. Krcc estimates. Temple Lumber Co. Ph. 8256 USED WASHERS— SiO.ori up. As little (is SI.00 per week. Whltcomb's. MO K. Texas Ave. "V" BELTS PULLEYS—Any size, for refrigerators, air-conditioners, pumps, compressors. washcrK, attic, window fans. Over .1.000 treks In stock. Ma.incy Klnctrlc Co.. 823 S. Pructt Street Phone 20D6. WE HAVE A FEW late 1953 Henrtlx Televisions to «o at a saving to you. Sec our new 105-1 Bendlx. Dickson's Radio nnd Television—"Home of Bcndlx Television." For service on any rflnltc call 6911. 21. Unclaimed Freight 20. Articles For Sale GRAVES FURNITURE EXCHANGE— S-Plece Walnut Dlnlnp Room Knlti*. T.-ibio, Wllh Extension, :> Side Chairs. 1 Arm Chnlr. Buffet . .589.. r >0 Late Model Crnsley shi>lv:idor P.i-- IrlRcrntnr. Ounrantecd ..JlnOOO 5-PIeire Drup-l.ciif Breakfast Set . .Sir,.00 New MahoKfinv Duncan Phyfe Cnttr,c Tahl* $18.90 Contour Chair, Like New. Only Sl.VOfl 3-Ploi-c Bedroom Suite I New Kiddle Pedal Car £14.5(1 lirssacr S -1.50 l ' Quick Cash for Used Kurnlture Gravra Furniturr Exchnncp 2D7 North Mnln St., Baytown Phone 3.1 Mil ADD1NC! MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS— New nnd used XVe buy, sell and repair. Acmp Typewriter Co.. Phone 8MB, ; JACK HEARD'S UNCLAIMED FREIGHT ALUMINUM WINDOWS—The Hunter D. '. should S H., no bct!,e<- made. Life-Time Modern | line, cheap as wood. Arnold awnings. Ual- I crj D. H. and casements at a bargain. ' Clay pipe. concrete pipe nnd concrete steps. E. E Hunter Supply Co., 904 S. Main. Ph. 6272. j5A'-'MASTER BOATS— Finished and unfinished boats. Hanlin Boat Works. 409 N. Main St. Phone 3-2247. CEDAR POSTS—Mountain rrown. tijp size. 22c. Will deliver. 3S02 Lockivood Dr. Houston. Ph. OS-3425S. 15 North Commerce Phone 5915 PorcMaln Top Table S 7.50 Gas Range S2(.r>5 Full-Size or Twin Size Mftai Beds I 4.95 S-Ft Frlgldalre Porcelain Refrigerator .yjl.50 Kenmore WashlnR Ma.-hlne S4B.95 Platform Rocker S a.»r. Sofa Bed SIT .V> Odd Sofas, Each C S.otf S39.50 Large TMlvtslon Table SI9..10 S14.50 Blond PedtsUl Lamp Table S 8.95 S-15.00 Binnd Mahogany Come Tabls J24.50 518.50 Mahosany Ttievljion ..S 9.95 SH9.00 Uitd Launilerall S'iS.OO S *.9S Cane Bottom S 2.35 SS5.00 V.'a.]nut Flni«h Kr.ffole Peslt '39-50 IS S..W 12x9 ijlnnlfum RUB* 5 5-S5 ! 3123,00 Blond Double r<rf«er JSS.riO is S 95 Sn»»ll Kllehrn Sink S 4.W 1 S24~&0 Slightly U«ea Five-Drawer Cht« 517.95 Haute JsJks For Rent. Jcak Heanl Furniture Company 12 West Pefee St.. Baytown. Ph. 4952 22. Articles Wanted WE BUY R»lvage storage Batteries. Ted'n An!o Parts. 12W North Main. Phone 4083. FLOOR SANUERS, EDOKRS—Hand sind- crs,: iiollshc'rs and spray paint guns by the hour or day. Rates are reasonable, L. G. Williams, 205 Graham. FLOOR sanders. cdKers, hand santlM-s. polishers, saws, spray paint guns. Rates reasonable. Grain's Rental . Equipment Service. 701) W. Cleveland n t Baylsss. Ph. 9488. LARGK FLOOR-POLISHERS FOR RENT. 306 East James-or .ohone 4283. . model, repairs, aditions, et Easily financed with a Home Improv ment Loan. No down payment.' Shcley Lumber Co., 2208 Market. Ph. 0988. 25. Livestock & Supplies PIGS—5-rnontns old. P. A. Hcnsccy, back ot Atlantic office, Highway 146, Mont Bclv-leu. Texas. FOR LEASE—2BOO acres of wooded pas. ture land. All fenced. $100.00 per year. Also -100(1 bales of prairie hay for Bale. Fat corn-fed calves. 33c Ib. dressed, I'hone 'i 277. VJEGAR1 HAY— 1000 bales of HcBari hay at 85c per bale. Phono 3-1234. 26. Petstock & Supplies 35. Services Offered (42. Bedrooms-Board' TP.EE : SURpERY—Thorapsott' Tree Ex- ptm. Let us nave and beautify your trees. Ptunlng, feeding, cavity work. Dead- and dangerous .trees- cut down; Call Houston Underwood- 5214. Free Mtlrriatcs. JAMES, 1407 E.—Nlc« o«room, next to bath. Private entrance. For 1 or 2 men.. Phone 2617. WATER WEL» ... DRILLING—For homes, .industrial; irrigation. Authorized . Dealer for BcrHley '.Water 'Systems. Established since. 1910. -James Jennlschc, Ph.' 9448. MICHIGAN. 3302—South-emit bedroom. Private entrance;; private bath.; Walking distance of refinery.. Pit;. 4277. WATER . Complete water well drilling .and service. L. A. Haffleilnger, BOO E. Adoue. Phone 6269. 40. Apartments For Rent ACOUE, 215 K.—New S.rootn unfurnished clean apartment. Apply .215 E. Adouo. Ph. 24S1. BAYSHORE . COURTS — Nice furnished apartment, 1 Innersprlne rnattreses. Ser- vels, bills paitt . Waahaterla.' $8 00 up per week. Market : St. Rd., Woostcr,' Ph. ,60«. CEDAR.-, BAYOU SOAD, 2222—Moacrn furnished garage apartment. , $65.00 per month. Phone 2223 or 87H. DEFEE. 213; E.—3-robra' furnished .apart- meut. Cos and wiitcr, paid. Couplo. Dial SSS5. DEFEE, 505 % W.—Three r room furnished apartment.'ijirivate'.batli. Garage. Apply S03 W Oefce. Phone 7037. FOURTH ST., 1120 N.—3-room furnished apartment; bills' paid., t-10. Call Mrs. Holland:at 2073 or 5412 after 5 p.m. FRANCIS, 301 E—Two-b6dr6om unfurnished garage apartment. Phone 4783 tor: information. UULF, 1 101 IS.— Furnished .apartment. 510.00 per week. Apply Wtlktmfeld Furniture Company or phone 2954. CA1LLAHD, 303 N.—Redecorated furnished--apartments Bills paid. Apply sumo address GULF. 117 W.—Nice unfurnished garage apartment. Utilities puld. Very closo to town. 'Apply, anytlmo. HUMBLE, 308 WEST— Four-room uiilurnlshed garage apart- nient. Phone 4113. ILLINOIS, 3205Mi—Three-room rurnlatiei! garage apartment... Witter - paid. $30.00 month. See Bond Realty Co.. 907 S. Mttln Dial 824S. . ; ,.,. ,.. ; . .--...--.-. INDIANA, '3106 .— Upstairs furnished apartment,: 3-rpoma and bath. Utilities paid. Phone 6336. •'•:"• ' ' •' . JACK, 3—3 large ..rooms and buth unfur- nished'apartment,-.Utilities paid. Apply Kaplan's Package Storo, 012 N. ilaln at. LEE HEIGHTS—Small furnished garage apartment on prlvntu Jot. For.Informa- tion phone 2700. • : ' ' WRIGHT, 202 W—Furnished anartment, 2-rooms and bath. $10.00 woelt. Bills paid. Montgomery, corner N. Ashbcl. MAIN, 2113'/j W.—Three-room i;aragi: aliartment. Completely furnlslicd. All bills paid. Phone 0226 MARKET, 45—Furnished 3-rooms, bath; excellent condition, convenient location; fenced yard; bills paid; garage; (J'J87. MICHIGAN, 341!)—3-room nicely furnished 'garage apttrtraont, corner lot. Water, and gurnet furnished. Conveniently located. Phone 0381) .after 4 p.m. NEW JERSEY, 2200—Unfurnished, garage apartment, 3-rooms and bath; (Janice. Hardwood floora, Venetians. Water, garbage paid. Couple ortly. BIRDS—Cages, supplies, goldfish, tropi- cals. Sea-Weed, aquariums, food, etc. Pot plants, needlework, needlepoint and hooked rug supplies, gift items. McDonald Bird Haver, Bob Smith Road, Cedar Bayou. Ph. 3-1272 CAGES! CANAH.IESI PARAKEETS— Pctpnk Supplies, Rosamond Hardware 3411 Market St., Baytown. : Phone 5237. ', 28. Plants & Seeds N,; ll-7-i;rooni' Unfurnished Rar.nRe ent* ""WtOUIng dlijtanc« «ehool; P"laor' furnivce. Phone 4207. AZAI.KAS—Special Sale, fresh shipment Louisiana urown Many varieties, all In bud. Griffith Nursery, out Decer Dr.. take first led turn, KOO Ave. J. Ph. (1061). BEDDING AND POT PLANTS—Cut flowers, rrult trees and nursery ntock. Watch for our display ad every Saturday. Chnnnclvlcw Nursery, Market St. lid., Chnnnclvlew. STANDARD AND PATKNTKD HOSES— Pecan, fruit nml abmio trees. General line Nursary stock. 220 Baynhoro Dr. Phone 0432. MCSHAN'S qnElONHOUBB— Beautiful polled Minna SI.25 up, Atalean 75c, Hollies and Magnolias $1,00 each. 300 Ennt Pearce. 30. Top Soil-Fertilizer CHAMBERS COUNTY SANVJY 1,0AM— Top »oll. Tractor excavatlnK, yard Icv- elli>B. Pill sand nnil ulicll. Call Jackson, D!nl .'ill 2 or 72-12. tVOOBTKIl HEIGHTS CAIItNS— 415 N. Market St. Rd.. 2 nnd 3-room fui'nlnhcd apartments. JHI.OO per week. Ph. 2802, 35. Services Offered AAA 'RENTAL SERVICE—Lcav- InR town? Let us rent your property for you. We nectirn ttnanta, collect rent* and maintain properly. Absolutely dependable. Heiiaujmble rutpH. Soe Bond Realty Company, M7 S. Main. "Sparky" Bond. Dial 8248. CKHMl BAYOU—Unfurnished . 2-htidroom house and Karaite. Call Jumea Jennlflche at 9448. ADD THAT NEEDED BEDROOM—Attic fan. nflbtflto* KldlnK. painting, floor coverings. Don't buy until yon cct our prices and terms. Call for Krce Estimates. Better Home Lumber it Supply Co., 1.10U N ;.i.-iin si. I'b snn. BUAKB BKHVICE, WHEEL AUONINO— Balanclne. Automobile Inspection for 19.14 license. Claik's Wheel & Brake Service 2401) Market. BUILD A HOME YOU'LL UK PKOi;» for your children tu live in: Kxperlfn<v:'l. minnnnhle building, planning, rinnnrlni;. by K. K. Lu'iulre. Phone SOOO. CUSTOM PICTUP.K JTUAMINO— Modern Fold Uooru. M. 11. Shellon. 813 Morrcll Phone 61*1. ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIRS and re- v.-lmllnR Any kind or size. Modern equipment, qualified mechanics. Masnry S;icctnc Co. H23 8. J'rucll. Ptmnc 72S1. EXTERMINATING SERVICE—All household pests. Also termite control. Work guaranteed. Inspections, estimates free. H, it. Harrln. Ptinne 1200. GRACE EXTERMINATE! CO.. INC.— Complete pest control service for Industrial, commercial and homes. Bonded Termite Control. Free ntimaiei. S07 H. Main, Ph. S21S. HOME BUILDING— Plans and Loan Service on all types of homes. Homo* nnw available. S«» H. R. Pulmcr or call fl(S33, I WKLl) ANYTHING IN TOWN—Aftfr < o'clock o.m. and Satuiilays. Clothes line Holes J9.SO * pair. Call W. C. Wls.-ner. M01 Iowa. Phnne 57.19. MAYTAG SEP.VICE—Call "Bob, The Maytag Man" for parts snd (tervlce on »ny make <v»«her. 2312 W. Main. Dl*l 5009 for plrk-up and delivery. MOVING—Local -and Ion* <!lsUnc*. Ei- perlirneert m*n, nwif-rn equipment Bonded. C. R. WAH Moving * Transfer Co. Day Ph. 50R5. NlKhls ph. 3-2107. RENT A TP.AILER — rratlon- W|de, Local and 1-v.ay. Hitches, c/othes llf'f POJM, pickup bumpers, grill Buardn. welding. Baytown Trailtr RenUl Co., 2101 M»rk«t St. Rd. Ph. 5815. J. M. Brcno, owner. 8EWING MACHINE RKPAIRS — All makes. Sclrsorn sharpened. Belts, hut- tons, - buttonholes, htm.itiicrilnx. Pick-up and delivery. Fenton'i Button Shop. Phoni TREE SURGEON— B«a:l!lfv your tr^M M. O. Krt'viirris. Phone -V.S2 222 Weil JamM, Baytown Try Sim Clamiffed Ads—I>ia1 8302 '10ARL, : 421—Clean 8-rourn furnished apartment; bills puld. Quiet middle age or elderly Christian couple. Ph. 7090 SOUTH FRU1STT, 1000 South— 3-room furnished apartment. Wiitcr paid. Phonu 0079 or 70-15. STERLING, 211 33.—Furnished 3-rooms, bath; clean. Adults or amall child $40 month. Ph. Houston, VA.D74U. TEXAS, 110 E.—Three-room furnished apartment with private bath. Apply name address. VIRGINIA. 2700—Small furnished KaraRe apnrtmcnt 3 peo|>l» only. J4n monthly, utilities paid. Dial 8670. .VOOSTER fl-r; 23Ii',4—3-roomn nnd bath,' fltlplox apartment. Wntcr, garbiiBo dls- poanl ftirnlahixJ. Pliono 7.1(H. WIBCONS1N, 3320 — Nicely furnished ;arar;fi apartment. 3-rnam« and earauii. Bills paid. Apiily name address. WISCONSIN, .ilin—Furnished.lurgr 2 and 3 room apnrtincntR. Ullln paid. Uflt) oC electric washei-. Apply apartment .1, upHtttlrn, :I3.'I3 MiiincMntit, WISCONSIN, 34 in—Furnished brick gar- aKC apaHmcnt, 3-lar|;e ronms and balh. Exceptionally nice furniture, outside bllnils. Oarage. Water puld. SM. UNFURNISHED—3-room upnrtmnnt. Also 3-room unturnlahed gurnet apartment. Phono 810.', BRICK APARTMENT— Nicely furnished, clean. Adults. Phone (1383. apply 10 South Clnlllnnl. KUHNI8HKD—Apnrtmenln, hounwi anil bcdroomn. CH'an, convrnlont, neur refinery. Apply 131U Mngnnlln. UNFURNISHED — Four-room apnrlmenl wllh private bulb. Apply 3631 Highway 148, Phono 3-1-132 41. Houses For Rent CKDAK BAVOU—JIlBhway HI!, J.ronrnii and hath, furnished. Garn^c. uillltl«B puld, Apply. Mrs. Huilnlru. 381S Illiiiiway US. FRANCIS), NO. Ill E.--Five-room unfur- nl«hcd liount-. $r>0 per month. $f.e Bond P.falty, 007 8. Main. Phone 8218. GKEF.NimiAH, :i«2~ Will share my home, with couple or l-lrls. Phrnle 5S1II ;t;LK 103 KAST— Hlx-r«om boune. Jflri.Oli per monlh. For Information cnll H3fi7. HIGHWAY BLVD., 20:i—Two-licdrnom (in- furnished hniine. $(lri.OO per immlii. Src Bonil RMlty Company, U07 H Mnln, IJInl R2-I8. 43. Business Rentals WARE110USK OR: STORAGE SPACE— Over 1000 ft ; apace ",\vith office, 513 S. Whltins. Phone :D326. 47. Wanted To Rent CLEAN—2-bedroom. house In- Lakewood or other neat nelghborbootl.,; Guarantee to take btiter care of your: home ;than :>'ou would yourself.. Write ' Box 350. ' oaro of The Baytown 1 Sun or phone 3-1148,. W. B. Stevens, 6-KUOM—Unfurnlshcil house. Large -kitchen or' kitchen and utility .room: 2 baths or bath and 'H bath. Double 'garage. Writs Box-3023, Station A. WANTED-'TO, KENT—4'- or - : unfurnished houae. In or .around -Wooster, for/family of 3. School age child. Phone, 3-2SW .after 4:30. WANTE13—2-bedroom , unfurnished . house •with automatic washer connections. Knglneer, wife and 2 small sons Phone 1087. 50. Houses For. Sale BRITTOM CRAVENS—B-toom house, like new. Will flnancCi low down:-payment, low Interest rates, .no closing , cost or lumillluK choigea. Call 2387 for appoint- ineiu. BEAUTIFUL BROWNWOOD—137 : Kat-h- rlnu .struct. . biand new three-bedroom homo wltlr:i50U. nq. It. living space. Central hewing, -nttlo fiui, 1)4 batf.J, all tllo kitchen and bath. Plenty of -.closet space. Venetian blinds.', llbman brlelr front 1 and planter boxes. Lot 80x100 ft. Bis oak trcim. Hurry. Priced at 513,500.00. It's lit up', tonight.'-Call Eddie Cox, Wf>8 • or 3-lOOi BlUTTAIN ' CRAVENS^ ,AODITION~«- room home, all niuUern,: detached Ktt 1 *- airc. Near school itnd ' church.: Pf Ice SU.000,00, -Rotlnanclng arranged. C. H. Miller; Plume (1024 • . : '"',''•-.-, , BR1ARWOOD; 324—Equity J~. In two-bedroom modorn'home: .MOO.QO down. For Information . phono 3-1087. vy..' ' ,.• •' BRlciv .VENEBR H01JB8—".-'; Two-Bedrooms— .'. : • ' '. •...'• 100 percent-GI Loamt-TOA Loana Available at,usual rale.. Hill Tunaco Adilltl6n, Highway 146 Just south of Ccdara Drlvo in, Inciulre Mrs. Hays, 901 Patsy Drive. Phono 3-2208. BUHNET -BfY—North side, 2-bodroom bayfront home on 1 1/3 acrea. laud. Phono Hluliliinila 3-1210. CAKOL1NK, 2iOI) — fi.ruum, 2-bedroom home. Central heating, attic fan. ven- otlall btlndu, Uoublt: gaiiiKe Phone 6543. CE1JA.R UAVOU—0 acrcp,' B-room moilcrn homo, Uciip wiilcr well 57300.00 caah. Mrs. Bean shannon, Dili West Main. EAST. JJAYTOIVN—Large' corner 'lot, Broom house. Double K'triiKc, S8UOU.OO. Mrs. liens Shannon, H1U West Muln. FAYLE, 420 IS,~2.bedroom homu, wull to wall carpeting In HviiiK room and Hall, attic fan. SS'Ui.OO equity. Phono 3-iaOB. HIQHLANDS—BOO N. Mugnoln, homo and 3 Kuruco niiartmcnls. iilU'xMT' lot. Ctttragii nirartincnls r«nl at $1-12.00 i«r tnoiuh. Tei-m«. IllKhlanaa ruulty Comimny,, A..W. Hamm Phonu .HlBhliindn 2-22HI or 4-M11. JUOIHjANDS—I'-lwiiroom home. 20'x20' detached Kaniue. Iteuutlful larRo corner lot in bust location Price reduced to X47DO.OO. Terms. ' . Highland!) Rualty Company, A. W. Hamm Phono Hlnhlandii 2-2281 or 4-1411. LAlCEWOOn—Henutirtil 3-Uedroom home with almdo trc»n. No Ilnunce worries, buy odiilty and move In. Keanun tor noil. Inn—owner leaving town. I'hono 9.TO3, Brown's UMilly. ti inllnii N. of Baytown, corner Warhol St. nnil puclior Urlvo, LA POHTK—Uylvnn E«talen, near bay, hew rnn.-isrt: a and 3-bcdroom liatnes. Womled lots Excellent tlniinclni!. J!rr.H!l« Crate, 413 Hfln Jnclnto, La Porte, 0084. 1.OH1T, 405 E.— 3-bcdroom, it-room hmne. Bllncln. nttlo fan. enrage ami (tore room, Clonn to school and church. IjOt SO'xldfl'. Blirulibcry and trt'e.1 To null for S7&UU.OO. Tormu. Avcy'n HeM Entato * Inn., (103 liattlcboll ltd., lllKhlniids. Phone 3-Mfil. MOIMHN—2-bcdroom Home, all utilities uviilliible, ir> Fifteen mllon north of Daylun. (2300.110 down, tnliu up nolen. (3UO.IIU yi'nrly. Pliono Clcvelnnd 733-W-3, or 'Ilnytown 3-1407. MOKKHI.L, 7H—Kor iinlck iralo, ntlrac- llvn a.heilrooins. 50110.011 will hnndle. No cloiilnc cont invohe'l.'Ph. H48H. SlOIIIIKLL PAltlC-- Mix-room bourn. 2 lols, all fonciid. Bhown by appointment. Plume 72M __ M A SHK'T-TO.M 1'K IN.H HOAO — Duplex with y-bptlroomy on «n« Hide, HlnBle ivcdroijin on nllicr rUlf. Attnciicd gnrago. '1'orrna run he iirrnnKeil. Tuck Itonliy: nob rii-yprly. A. It. Bynum. Sir. Phono ,147-1, Nl(;Mn phone 0178 or 3-l<m. I'MGCY BT., 000—Two-bedroom home on curlier lot. 108x100 fl. Priced rc;i»on- nbly. Trrnin can bo arranged. Tuck Itenlly: Hob Beverly. A. H. llynuni. 8r. Phone ft-174. NlBht" phone 0178 or .1-157.1. PRUKTT—1413 N.— Prn.rll«illy new 5. room home on 100'xHO' lit wlilt InrKf 2-hr«iioom rnrnKp aparlmont. Good loan. Phnne 3.1M3. SCOTT HT.. 312—NIP,« 3-)>«nroom home. Adlc 'an. ccrlnr llnwl clnwlit. 7»xl,15 ft. Int. Sinoo.00 equity. Ph BUM. YOU CAN'T BUT PEA — But you can be fret worries ovtr property disposal by putting your property In my hands to sell! , ' >' l " u >™"-' E. Woodruff Re«l Estatt. 3004 Majktt LET US HANDLE IOUR PROPJCRTT— Sales—Insurance—Rentals. Collections. Keystone Realty Cot Bailey * Stewart. Dl»l 29ZJ WILL TRADE FOR UAJTOWW or La Porte property. 20 ,init taunt- court In downtown Handera. Deluded J-bedroori SHOP, m H. JO.IB oh i, . oane on plitoti Rifl**. Shotcuns .Camera., -Binocular.,, Mi! "5 Inatrunienti. Or will Bu»~s.ll-lTrid« HINKH. 209— Six-rnom unfurnl!(hcrl house. Oaragft. ifine I'lfifl for Information. ^^ HIOHI.ANDS--11)07 Han Jaclnto Bt., im- furnlchr'l 4 rooms and bath. I3S.OO iwr monlh. Appl/ next door. HUMBLK, lofi V:.—UnrurnlHheil house fot 1 rent. $3.1.00 per month. Apply Wllken- feld Kurnllure or lilinnr 2054. LAHGO, 603--Hill Ternec. ftirnlnlicil f- room tioilHC, 2 bR<iroomii. Phone 9414 for Information __ MA89ET^F<firp~lK I N H ROA-D— Nice, modern ihree-ionm hoii'e. Water fur- nlshed. Kor mronniitlon cnll 3-1480. MASSE M«Mi"KINK HO A J»—Modern 2. bedroom Imure. Vrnstlnn Mlndii. WIOHB B037 for Inrormmliin. RANCH TVPK HOME—Trim with Rnmnn brlrlf nnd nrnnmcnlal Iron. Two.bed- rntirnn and rmnelcfl den. I-vatnrM:—.Knotty r>lnn cnWnrts, Tlln l"ilh and ilre»alnK lablc. Wull lurnnce. nttlc fnn, laundry connection. Oversize lot In Woodl««-n Addition on North Commerce. i',nml '.mm available. Phone 8272 or 3-III2S 0 00. 58. Real Estate Wtnied . -V- ',' f>J., r« ' DANIEL REALTT CO;," INC. ''otters J th» best In .buying ar'.MDJn.i »awhjfle ia real estate. 51* E. TexM A\o.N3>h., 2338. Jerry V. Daniel . . . C. M. (JickrFitt& LISTINGS NBBDB0 Houses, Lano, and Equities. -* ' ••• Avey Real KstaU and," tiuuranc«,>.' ' * 603 Bnttlebell Rd, Phon<i.HlitHianil» 3.1451 "SPARKY" BOND-REALTOR— Buy and sell your real estate through Baytown's leaning full-time real «taU and 1 rT W T S n,, blly *?<""«• TOs handle "HA fini f7~ Loans - w « K uar ar.te« concentrated full-time personal service In the sale or your home or business R " aUy Compan ' r ' 80T a - 60. Business Opportunity Point. 61. Mortgage Loans Purchase or 1 Build,' Low Interest-Long T«rnn, . 512 E. Twas, Phon« ,«B5a 62. Money To Loan ; ._• Easy; to get— Easy to pay. On «|siinlu», eai or furniture. No brokerage or in? ?,! 1<11 i d il >n Flna nolal Corporation 307 West -Texas Avenue. Phone gJ83. •'• Next: 'to Brunson Theatre ' Open Mondays until & p.m. 63. Insurance AUTOMOBILB INSURANCE— J7.B percent dividend on currentJy eiplrlnj State Farm Insurance John £?.. intone!) Agency Kamalla Bids. Ph. 11828.' KAYBORN JOHNSON AGENCY— SavlURB to policy holders. Flrn, Automobile. Liability 2201 Market St. Phone BOSS. STJ5ELK MCDONALD Xor all your liuurmnct Phone £105. 70. Used Cars, For Sale : BUICK—1IMO Kordor Sedan..;aood trnns- porlntlon and « cliatietf to buy-"*. Bulck for only $5U. ,-'* » ,' ,,,%,.. r Ferguson Motors/ 7<KTWe»t Texas Phone aid. BUICK—I(M8 Super Fordor Sedan equipped wllh radio ana heater, lias all Rood, llreu. If you conic by today you can take It away for only $291), Ferguson Motors, TOO West Texas Phono 8101. . - - - •' '•-•• BUICK—•HBO- Fordor Seilatl .'equipped with radio and heater., A nice car and priced ' low at only J703. FerRUKon Motors. 700 West Texas Phono fllOl F01U3—1DM. llRht blue Tudor wllh »0 day or -(000 mile warranty and Service Policy KOOil at any Ford Dealer. 8itv« real money here oil this deal. 11749. Don Hulnhlns Motor Company, on the Truffle Circle, Baytown, 1 ; Phono 7158. FOUDS—Wo have two 1047 Ford : Tudors, both with nftw paint Jobs, good rubber nnil cooil mechanical condition*. Come by nnd take your choice for $148. HlgRlntiotham Motor Company. 2912 Miirkpt fitreel, Bnylown, Phono 8190. IIUHBON—1»)8 Fonlor Commn. d<iri? "8" with KOOil llron, ijooa • hotly. Motor fxwiplfllely ov*rrha)il- n.l. Itrftlly a bargain for S34B. Paul Prinrc Tlulck Company. 2ROO M.irKet Blreet, Bnylown. Phone 82H. NAMII—11MII Korrtor "1)0(1". Has a good fntnt Jnb. iTO°d rubber and pnoil: rnn- <Minn1riv! c'indltlon A real buy and only SIM. lIlKnlnbotham Motor Company, 2012 Market Hlrcel., Haytown. Phone 810(1, PACKAltn™1B50 Kordor HCflnli with r=<!!!s fliul be.TtT, economical ovprdrlve. Excellent nonrlltlon throMKhout. S8fl5. PiU'knfd naylown. 1001 ,K. Main Bt., Rnytnvvn. Phone 4104. , ~. PONTJAC—IBfS Xorilor Scilan. S-c"i'n-ier. '•nntjiped wl'h rndlo and heater. Hydra- rn.itlc I")rlve. A borRAln at s^iwr*. lOrcniir.n Motors. 700 We»t Texas Phone 8161. ST'inp.nAKEK—1017 Champion Fordor Deluxe equipped with overdrive T3fail!l- riil tnilor made seat covers. New pMnt Job. A very clean car. Special at $593. Hnllaway Motor Oompnnv. rnrrnr X. Mum nnd E. Murrlll Sts., Baytnwn. Phone H'lftn. 51. Lots For Sale PRUKTT ADDITION— West .lumen slr-M, nice lot for sale. Phonft 7ti23^ HOHFI7LE AUDITION—Lots for sale. Buy lit your own term". 301 Bajou Dr. Call .Vir.l. Mrs. J E. Williams. 52. Farms-Ranches For Sale MORHKLI. 10 -- ?"urni«l:ed 2-bedroom home fall at .'-22 North First Htrc« for information. MOKRELL PAKK— 2 bedroom home. Phone ZfCS. • ,i/^n.O SOO—S-rixim furntuhitd houst. SM p«r month. Api'!>- »n S. Pructt or r-lvjne 7S1t after »:.1<l. _____ NOP.TH MAIN ST.— Jiodirn two-bedroom hon-.» wllh atlarh- fd sariiCfl. Phon* 30J4 .*.pply A.thlfy Lurn. l f her rarflT ____ _ _ 1 OA!? 1412 -rnfHrni^l'.r'l 3-rO'im IIODP^ M nnd li^i'n. Apply H17 Oak or phone ' ««.',i. _ ; |.'<7 AMIKS LAND—"-room riomr. Barn < and ontl/ulldlnK*. Biitanu. Priced rich!. , Termii. ' HivbJ-inds Really Ompany, A, W. Hamm P;IOII« HlKhlands 2-22SI or 4.1-111 lo( ACKKH-— 2 mll«« Tarhlncirjn Prairie hlcb c'-hdol, .Vfnom mo'l^rn homf. .Vi ?) rntrlf, 2no bti. corn, fiuo bnlf« h:iy. M-rnoilcl John Deflre tractor, fill *o;uip- mcnt On all weather i-osil. H. II. Kllgorc, Cleveland, r«-x Pn. Cleveland 5M-W. 53. Acreaga For Sale Pl-XKiY, .I'lR.-.Tnree-roorn fiirnlshed hous*;. Pboni! 6705 for Information UNFURNISIIKD-Four-rooms nnd bath. Apply ft! IS*I Marylond Street. WOOBTER TERRACE—Two 5-room unfurnished houses. 410 Coburn. J.W.OO; 320 Coburn, V15.00. All modern. Phone I3R1. WYXNEWOOD ADDITION—320 Briarwood, tv;o-bedroorn borne with garage. WfUOHT, 117 K.—5-room unfurnished ),oiwe. Mrr. M, J. Vann, 2nd. house on right, went or Buck Huddle'* Service Station. Highlands. ; EAKRKRK HH.r, r.OAD--7.1 acres ot • !,<• h*«t land. Terms. cc.'.f.'.,-If Ttrnlty Company. A. W. Hamm ^" AcnKK- £ miles north Haytown fin 'liifh-viy n«.' Hsyou water frontal!* and lln-y IIS. f'li. i)7S3. HTUDKRAKER—19.10 Tudor Deluxe. Perfect mechanical condition. F.nod tires Equipped with rndlo and henter. gas-saving overdrive. A steal at 5695. Paul Prince Rulck Company. 2800', Market Street. Maytown. Phone 8214. WILLIS—1948 Stntlnn Wigon wllh ovrrdrlvr, Fnlr mfrhnnlf-AI condition. Priced for only $265 and lots of soot! miles In this one. Hollnway Motor Company, corner N. Mam nnd E. Murrlll St»., Baytown Phone 90S6. I!i54 Ford ................ S174S.; 1S5I Pivirioaih . . . . ........ JT745 IfiriZ Chevrolet Korilor Dcliue «-nf covers, new tire*, fxfra- ' HI 1 7 DoiU:e Fordor, c*trit (;lo-in . . . ....... . ... .SH5 ' TIM" Pontlnc Tudor. P.ndlo and !:<-ntcr, scat covers, extra clran ................... Sl-l.'> 1917 Voul I'liiti Coupe, rjidlo and' li^Jitrr. all *xtras. extra. cli*an, I-owner . . ............. S395- I!>t7 Nash Fordor, mri ciPHn ... ........ .5*95 I9«i Chevrolet Tudor, rtilo a»d h»M«r, Oan. r.o rest ..... 329S If ! don't n»ve the cur you want, I can Pfi It! Tir.v Traylor Mutor Company. »t Traffic Ciici* (W!!h Dan Hutchlns). 58. Real Estate Wanted ACME KKAI.TY WI!.T> SELL your home or bu«lne»«!!! Por personal, prompt attention call— T. W. Wllkr. Phone «1.?8. BBDRNBAuOH RBAt-TY CO.— Needs 3-bedroora homes and lou Of Jicrenff*. Competent full-time aervtc*. Call <5i". Try Sun Classified Ads—IMM 8302 71. Trucks For Sale CHKVnOLET—194T P.lnel with K««t tires. Motor O.K. S2«. Apply 14 Hltfi St. or phone 5113. ^ CMC—1952 V. ton true*. Win sell or trude for ear or lighter pickup. «" Bowie St. Phone T333. 7.3. Automobile Service AUTOMOBILE are tor your car or ;bo*t, weekly «r monthly rate*. D«n HoteWn* MOIOT Cow- I»j,y. Phone 71S8. Hliati-Bhon* 98«.

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