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FACTS WANT ADS 2000 marines; bombers THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS FR6EPORT, TEXAS, Sunday. Sept. 22, 1368, Section I 13 McKAY MAI ISTATI 2 BEDROOM- on lari« lot. 704 E, Mtln. IDSOO. AN 5 5322, A* 5 5731 ROWLAND REALTY LAKE FOREST horn* on Bafonte, 4 h»droom, 1 bilti, brick on cormr, plnalttf ippointmanti »llh Mptrtlt dlnlni room tnd covered (*llo. FOUR bedroom, Spuilih In dfilin on fled Dud In Uk« for fit. STORY AND HALF wllh Mparatt din. > lnt and (I replace. JONES CREEK - 4 bedroom, 2 Mlh, brlcV, Central tital and ilr. targe lot. CY 7-6543 Deryl Glpton Hen l.ulm 297-2290 260-4404 ) - I.AKI. JACKSON Nov. but Mine . C, f. Ilillurd, 277-4117 alter C p.m. 311 AVK. I), Preeinrt - S room houae with lirife. Hurricane leoce. Cluie to actool. Shown iner 8 p.m. 23i-»24» 9 bedrojtn brick I 1/2 bath, built on >our lot, tint. BRAZOS PORT LUMBER CO.. AN i-8322, AN i-ilil 1 IIKDHOOM brick, I 1/2 bath. f«nce< back yi 5 1/4% Inlerent, e<rulli tl»»!. .tl-Tt\'> or 287-2971 artel am. 1 VA FHA CONVENTIONAL Stncll Commercial LOANS Fred Frederick BE 3-3901 'K JUKI) UiTINGS! !Xi» emploj. teaeUrr, corutructlon worker* aM oil cornpin) >mplo)t«i. Call us <!all> tut I (Jac» to oil "home." Ui u , ,&<,. JOU ti'r* -(Mltkl, or <u, |«jl I "»'J.J" ilto <** ><MF front lawn, At-'Xj '*} BUY KWITU.Ji. AIM.'. 2JJ-MJ5. • Resort Property I02A llEAfTlf in. Cut! Horn.. Surllld. Are>. Air coadltkKMd. t.«n« kx. 12000 AllC. 23J-J3J'. MOVING TO SEAIROOK? 3,4«0 mn.nl toaMUul la a $ tvdroora faorn*. Maay fealviree aueb aa recrealUai ruxn, IS i 21'. All oa 1/2 acre, •qutt)>, i J/« low, I3I.SOO. TOWH 4 COUXTHY KKAL 13TATH CY 7.77T7. AM 5.20*1. CY 1-1444 - ) twirl's I I/: lath -ni. 3 M» n:.&oa : t»i- t fc*.Jr>j<jf:i ; ) ) . ii-.i Lots for Sale 103 W HUT )our kit ur>, lor fiaure turn* bulldlni. J«*> Cr««k. llrttorli -III ». AllC, LAST CRIEK LOTS IN LAKE JACKSON In I i«b!lih*t I li« ( orill It th« tM of for»i! lir. Onl7 > (r- ltd. ilu) »h)U >r.y hav« i<ifne ehotrr! 'A» cw> h*lp >ou fcnh >our pl»n» Moiriton & Soucr Conilfuction Corporation H»rl« MIIUr.CY "-24II,CV 7-4150 l.AkK IIAIIHAKA - lir Hirturi >M I>>»<-. ccnvrrn^-tvri. Trrn.», CIS ISED CAR SPECIALS! IMS MUSTANG Convertible. Red, while tup V-», Automatic, llr conditional S1395. HM VOLKSWAGEN Deluie 113 S*d«. Radio, auto- millc Iranimtealon, ilr condl- llon*d, white »ill tires, dem- onatntor. 1967 CHEVROLET UelAIr 4d<»r,v-l,t«»«r|lld« 1 radio, li«»i«r, |«»er ateerlni, factor? nr. whit« »m, tiu« Interior. I'erfeci. Only S2195 1967 CNIVROIIT Del Air 4 dour, V.i, po»er lltda, factory ilr, radio, heater. power alaerlnc. I'ertect Uirouih out. Onl> C910C 1968 VOLKSWAGEN Ueluit 111 »»-l«i,, facti.r) air. radio. !<000 mllet. | u>ner. air CM>Jition».j. vin>l trln. $1995. 1967 VOLKSWAGEN Deluxe icdan. Radio, vinyl, low mllelje, one owner. Excellent. CICtC 1965 CHEVROLET Mallbu sport Coupe V.I. Power, factory air, A real nice car for °'" y $1395. 1965 DODGE Poltra v.8. lutoiriKic, factory ilr, power, • rtil bu^ at $995. 1966 VOLKSWAGEN C«rr,p«r, 7>nt, pop top. 23.000 ittuat mtl<*«, llVe ft**. $2195. 1966 VOLKSWAGEN Deluie II) stdM. RavJIo, vinyl Interior, lleto blue, eiceptlon- aJlr clean. $1295 1967 DODGE DART 4 dour, C ollrrier, automatic, radio, heater, white will tlrei, low rnlleace. LEO MARTIN VOLKSWAGEN 1309 Oroxoipoft Blvd Freeport. DE 3-6-144 limrtment Properly IIP Al. TlUCr ixi M»< ',23 f»f*r lMrr»t<!kT M A fat-• t^ii'Ji'.t »k)l jo u{f »o.»n on tf*e 4-j *>ifiif.t; ;>r<-$*>r<>. It'w) »M «*nj'j> t*.t »i^if»f iitlo.i. AVt MI CAN KI:M. n 2'.*,-ai2'. - «-,uti> in I.& 3 ftXJT, Ju;.l«« *j.*rl-r,rfi1», 17r, *i*J •A. «f. St., ^1»'« PCX 4;*! POt ' XX) AC lit. S of for tuLoui.po •cr4-. f »*r*r Il /'KAI 7V 2<^.2 -'J UM. rtrritrrit ^v-s. HZt, t^r ir.f. A WK IU CAN dot,. O •• n»- r RKA1.TY St&.g J'O CCO 11 It'i Trailer Lots for Rent 124 l.!.oll.'iH F'.lll., 1X0. lli> r'tjulll n,u!<.r, tr**'3 t issu^i, rlutcf.. lurM <.!!rr. 50 v.l to £»1. V,',-'j''i': J'OHti, I>61 Ulriuif Vti. A i i in: - ix; ^^liii^ v-i, :t->. •i....,r. ••> >JI 'r*i^ *J*- nuijKf. Jt. 1 . 41: A>c -ci, :•*'•':",(.' ^__ assault Viets at DMZ IK Minolta, l-at» JMkaoe or call, lN-n:HNAin-:.A! ro.-t : t.ifiitrr ^ *>!.r'i Jri-*- '• KAH'.lAN I,IHACKnimt•!«. I'/'-O, !-•<-!» »l»j -jUIII. 1.00,n. Also II « ' 4'n,u<llf hot.,, d r >»!«. S'A > T3'ji Ura'oria. Hl.fi: '.\ATI.It TrjiUr l'»rk. All tlick to^ fio. [rr >•«., •« furrmri it! util. lllrl tit $1 1 '. ;*r r.>. if.J >.,y turtlll.'l OATIIItK.in V' iill :. II, A; r I'AIO.. I.*rc» i|Af«-». «k,jr>»lk. str»*t litM». Mobile Homes 125 l.Ayri.N tr.iirr. r/^o. :» i t, I ur llvmf, ctr.tral t-.iui. Ai.cl<-i>'n. Trucks for Soli 127 l't:CAN I'AIIK - t>».WIful »i.«l»d Mi, »!0 rfn»n JP mo, IHIA.'. OS I'OIIT PHort.HTH'S, JuArui Ad»'n», :<iI.S«l6 »C' » 150' on rM U3 Outer Cr««k Cuminunlly TI^CAS lll.TTI.lt IIOMIJ O' 7-24U Mm. Millar CV 7-4ltO LOTS In I1ICC! O»kj I00'i:00' »lth 3 or frit'. crvei. Clli:i.K IdT on SouttKfrn uaki Drito. Jiil TA1 HUT IU-A1.TV £ 297-2410 Acreage for Sole 105 AiTI.N ClllMl',!' All fi-xia -.U sinct* \\urM War II, Don't *.iit 10 ,!u>r«' >var> ajkt «a> |'| Atiuldj. . /' y^f /if /or 2--J acr« •*.n)t]i-.l liiv L 'st:iient (racls jii»t 30 tnln- uiua iricn I ri'i-iurl. Ueautlhil IIOM.P. sites, -!«?r an.l nuar 700 ucrv UVr. Al Fi'UD Itl.AI TV, lit. I, llra'i>na. I'liunu r,4»-:9L'4, Sv.i'1'B). NOTIIlNi'. IX1UN - Sviei-nj - 21 aj«l 3ii acre iracta. $330 tu $400 |*r acre. \\e'U llnancu, 297-2270, 297-2000, 2CO-209I, 297-2387 KYLK KOAD - 2 acra wuodad M *IUi many i>«caa treaa. 200' lrontai{eooQ4Vi blacktop road. Hall and achool routu, l)ack tiall lewtfi «lth tut* horw attad room for 3 or 4 horsua. $4000 par acrt, Uvintr conaldur financial. 233-1200. lnvij«mtn» Properly 110 UICIIWUUD - VBturwu opportunity. Lsrju hauso wd garage apartment, on 2/3 acre, no monuy down, $129. month and rental Incomii $65. 200-2115 BUSINESS INVESTMENT incomu pro)«rty, dov.iuov.ii Froeport nai Vtfkuco. 4 Iota iiud cominercul buildings. Maria Miller 287-2418. 291-4160 l-'-'lll) VAN triii-l I;i4«. I4 1 . !33-Ci'.I4. VII W.'M Ji.d. Cltl:\ltOt.l.T CAMI'Hl truck lJC.4. $270. 233-5733, 131 Calll-m IU. 1'fMI' - iscr t'Lu-roM e )irJ«tu:r.r. >lu'jO. i.l'N.S! [i SAM' I i... 297-4^7: t'old. Mack '.In;.! tii>. 4-m>* wile i'Vil- tirrJ. Ci-il WOOO. .>al»-$;JOO. ;.'7-i«4» Used Cors for Sole 128 lll'ICK Hlucrj. I Ml, lull) lua IM.OOO nlU-i. :.l3-4COf, IlKOWN'S AL'TO SALKS clean used can. O|>en ail day Saturday. 300 I'lin- latlon Drive. Clute. AN 5-54CI CADILLAC - 1958 C^ut« IWVIllo, All |H'*i>r. air. Ooi.l sliaitf. Kir&t 9235 ca»h ttu>&. 233 5C7t or !>t-v 2t l)enn>'& MotMlt* tSiTUce ,Statk>n. H23 Cllr-\l«'l 1 I, l-'t'i. \ •». ill Hiijl up. luilsu-ri. /artor. air. 137 u. orcliard, Cluti', 2l t- D-C'O fill: VHi H.I T, I 1 ." 3 lini'ilj -I I). l^>.^] ck-an Un.ll;. cal, IK>! \'.' r J-> rlfan. 2-J7 i,7T'2. I'lll-VltOI.IT - 1900 ii.udiil S.T 1:0 u. otii st. 833-51143 COI1VA1K, I'J64. 4 s|*ed. 5 IH'« til Kxcollent condition. (Juuv back t» culltO-niUil icll >500. 233-12UO CHEVKOLET -- 105i'. - 4 d.wr lurJ- lop, J300. Alsu Volt.s»ai;tn |«rts. Ill Coral Vine, Lake Jacksi<n Clli.Vl.l.l.l. - 19i-4 M.illl'U Sui ujtoii. l-ji't.T> jir. loni-r su-fri ixj^cf iTJkos iii-u IUIIH. Holu** CADILLAC, I9CO Coupe Jo Vllle. ooM. black vln>l top, loaded, out ul btate car, 22,000 miles. 2'J7-7856. IXC Munanjla»ilM Itnutlful cur.Jltlt r, 233-CI'-4 r itdtl--r, 1.^^00. Auto- r.)iiii<-.t«l. hoater. Jlnro. SAIGON (AP) - Two thousand U.S. Marines backed up by America's largest bombers pressed a double-barrel- ed assault Saturday against North Vietnamese army units trying to enter South Vietnam across the demilitarized zone. The Leathernecks, In the fifth day of a massive sweep through the once-neutral buffer zone, reported light contact with the enemy as they methodically destroyed well- englneerc'J bunkers and Infiltration trails. V. S. spokesmen said that since the Marines were landed by helicopter In the DMX Tuesday, they have killed 08 North Vietnamese soldiers at a cost of tv/o Marines killed and 20 wounded. While the Marines swept through the mountainous central area of tlie DMX, U.S. IJ52 bombers have been fl>- iiiE dally strikes on the- eastern flank of the zone, about seven mllr;.-, inland from the coast, a/id over (lie .sou(li<-rn pdK«.' of North Vietnam. KlRht such raids wen? flown Friday In an attempt to silence the bli; t-ncin; j.;uu.s that could be used against the Marines. Field reports said tin. ciionr. artillery so far lias failed to p i n p o I n t tlie Leathernecks' .sweeps. I'.S. sources said earlU-r this week that three North Former Clute resident dies in accident A former Clute resident died Friday after a head-on cra-sh on Farm Koad -157, N'twerii sartent and Cedar Law? Coiiiii,unity It; Matai'orda County. Funeral service-, for John Kdmoii'l (Eddie) Billini'ton. 1'.', will lv held at 2:30 p.m. to- da;. at the First Baptist Church in Cedar Lane. Tlie youth and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kliin'r Hillinc- ton. wen- !'>:.i'-tin,i- residents Of ClUtC U'fort- Mi'. 1 , ill!' to Ci-dar Lane. *i o u n r HillHu'ti'i. was a s t u d r i: t at '>V hart' n Count:. JimiiT Coiicri- at ti..- tin.f "I Ins death. He Is sur.i-.fd b\ his pari'iits. live broil.ITS and a sisti-r. all of Cc ;ar 1 am-. I oca! relatives ai'i- an aunt and t-.ui uncles. Mrs, I rnnlr lluiitt-r of Lake Jackson. Chris Davidson of Ancletoi; an.l Jack Davidson tif Clute. Vietnamese divisions with about 30,000 men are concentrated along the DMZ for a possible push against South Vietnam's northern provinces, Presumably theyweretous* an Intricate network of "speed trails," now being destroyed by the Marines. A Marine spokesman said earlier these trails were cleared paths with steps and hand rails In difficult terrain. Two other significant actions were reported across the country Saturday. Marines of the 7th Regiment reported kllling47enemy In a sharp clash 110 miles south ol the DMZ, southwest of Hoi An. American losses were one killed and 24 wounded. The area south of Da Nang has seen almost constant fight- Ing since Aug. 23 when two regiments of the North Vietnamese 2nd Division tried to punch their way Into South Vietnam's second largest city. Since then U.S. Marines and South Vietnamese troops have pushed them southward, kill- Ing an estimated 2,000 In scattered fireflghts. Forty-eight miles northwest of Saigon near Tay Nlnh City, where fierce fighting nared Friday, troops of the U.S. 2Ct)i Infantry Division claimed killing 19 in ore North Vietnamese regulars while suffering only two wounded Five charged after knifing Five men Involved In a fight were charged with assault with a knife. Charges were filed by Sheriff's Uept. Investigator Ray S a n d 1 i n in Justice of the Peace A. L. Lee's court. Charged were Raymond DeLeon Alulso, Jerry Mesa Aguilar, Jesse Gonz-ales, Juan Lugo Mendoza, and Henry Munoz Mottu Jr. Judge Lee set $1,000 bond for each man. Injured in the incident were Joe Kodrlu.uez, 45, ot Port Lavaca, Gilbert Lamas, 18, of Incleslde, Santiago Lamas, 44, o! Ingleside. and Raymond Alulso, 2! of 22C E. Cth, Free- Ijort. They were taken to Community Hospital following the light. Investigator Sandlln said the fit'ht, involving six men against three occurred outside of a bar near the Skimmer Gate about midnight Wednesday. In scattered engagements. South Vietnamese Premier Tran Van Huong claimed In a letter to the U.S. military commander, Gen. Crelghton W. Abrams. that recent American military sweeps have "completely thwarted the enemy plan for a general of- fenslve against the more populated towns In South Vietnam." "With their sacrifices and courage, the men of the U.S. forces have Inflicted heavy losses on the enemy and routed a considerable number of main force units,"saidHuong. Radio Hanoi said the Viet Cong have launched a campaign to "kill as many Americans as possible"locelebrate the Sept. 23 anniversary of the Viet Mlnh uprising against French rule In 1945. Danbury girl injured in 2-car wreck DANBURY - A three-year- old Danbury girl received minor Injuries Friday In a two- car collision at the Intersection of Ninth St. and Ave. G In Danbury at about 10 a.m. Peggy Davenport, of 1400 Ave. H In Danbury. was taken by private vehicle to the Angleton Clinic, where she was treated for minor Injuries before being released. Texas Highway Patrolman Gary Gray investigated the accident. He said the girl was a passenger in a 1957 Ford being driven south on Ninth St. by Mrs. Betty C. Morrow of 1422 Ave. H, Danbury. Dennis Wayne Strebeck, 1", of 2002 Ave. D, Danbury. was driving a 1968Oldsmobileeast on Ave. G, approaching the intersection with Ninth, Gray stated. The officer said the front end of Mrs. Morrow's auto collided with the left front side of Strebeck's car in the intersection. The intersection has no stop signs or signals, Gray said. The patrolman estimated damage to the Oldsmoblle at about $700, and to the Ford at about $350. IJ30 M,-!.'l A i ur'l -i!.-.lirii-l. tur,\ f(»--l lice TIM- a:.J ftlicit-r, 2'-l-44l7 OI.USMOIIIU., I I\>-*«r Hfrrmt, brtivi. i'll'S - \V-: l)iunilc ti IH'h'la) jc- Jan. lull j«.-ver .ind ur. 1 u»n*r, f.'Aiti f. rt.Aiis- >.'. i 'i liSMc i-n f., ::n p, .'.ll.V. Mr.-Itl I. I .1.7 riJU. n,l l.rju-r air I--IT, ,:,-."! r.n.litl..r.. 2J1 .3 J:: ['uSriAC C.HAN I'HIX. li'4. $:5«'|.ill), atMili',.' -,r::»l! ::.i.:vtM> i-a-inenli. t M* roulH^l. CL-aii - nr. |all.l i'-l: VAlJANT 196: Sljr,el :00. Coul jncmU Car. Kuni foot, }4"5. TI »-7338, An- Veil KSU A.. : N - I'J'.C, T..JI hellrr, $97'. ;97-41-94 I 'Ji,4 II! l!l I! I lf.-i-:. I mt). KAMItlt'.K - I 1 .' CO (-'lassie btati.ni Wapiu. Factor- air aji.l heal. S300. 2S7-7M 1 .' HAMDLEH - IK2. $:OO.Star»lar'l sMIl 4 door. In lair »ha|w. 297-2760 SAL'HIKICl - 1306 Kuril C,alo»iu 500, sicrts LVUIV. Ki-.l aikl uiiitt* air cun SKNhCA IKHiOt I'.'fO - autunialic 233-184" - 1304. Full |o-»or and air. l-AHLi: r.KAHSOS ul DS- MOHII K, ::il Uratoiporl Blvd., !33-5371. \\'I vo, I'.ic-i. auto. transinUsMii an. air, $200. Attune ^mall inonlhl> (u>- nifnts. 3 miles W. of 1 ake Jackso IU\ 332. S\V 8-20JI). •li J Chevrolet Sujvr suu at 1710 \\. ICHIl, WE SERVICE WHAT WE SEU CHRYSLER IMPORTS SIIUICA OF BRAZOSPORT 10 SOUTH GULF BLVD. FREEPORT 233-6134 Bobby & Gene McClendon O CHRYI MOIOMICOI AUTNOIUMO OCAUN ( SLER COUKMTION AMUSEMENT GUIDE BKACON GUAM) 1'IJLX Ret;. St,.'V.uines: -1:00—7:1^ 1 AKi: HAWAII Sunday: 2:00 - 0:00 - b:00 SHOW BOAT "THK PINK JfNGl.:-." Feature Times: 7:00—6:51 Sl'KF "T1IL S11AK1KST GL'N in the \VL-:ST" Feature Time: 7:45 p.m. A L.SLI Old you hear the one about The Traveling Saleslady Feature Time: 9:30 p.m. VF.l.ASCO KOSLMAHY'S BABY Feature Times: C:30-«:50 "H O S F M A R Y ' S BABY" stars Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes. This trip into the unknown is a Paramount Picture in Technicolor. Now showing at the VKI.ASCO THEATRE, adv. , , • /tunft. I. -* • ^ }Jii fit «f/'.V.<« THJ MIKN H (I'KrtH^TIHS Ihf.^fSTi JULIE ANDREWS MAX VON SYDOW RICHARD HARRIS nlHCClOIICCIIO) Hlll»»lTt»l(lltlSCMr«<X>lCTIO.S«l"HAWAir l fAS»MSIOS COLOR ki OtUil NOW SHOWING THRU WEDNESDAY PATON PLACE HWY 35, OLD OCUN DANCE f ,'^ SUNDAY SEPT. 22 TjJ^M^ DARBY & THE BLAZERS " 2 p.m. 'till : FREE BARBECUE & TRIMMINGS M7-4502 after 4 p.m. Dewev Thomas South American customs agent Than Wyeim fails to succumb to the charm of American commercial photographer James Garner in L'niversal's exciting adventure drama. "The Pink Jungle,"photographed in Technicolor. Now showing at tlie SHoW- BOAT THEATRE. adv. BILLY R. TURK, 23, of Brazoria, has been appointed to the 23rd Game Management Officer Train- Ing School by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Upon completion of five months Intensive training at Texas A&M University, he will be corn- missioned a game management officer by the Department. He is married to the former Miss Lynne Westbrook of West Columbia. Williams served with the U.S. Marines prior to entering the train ing school. Woman hurt in Alvin two-car wreck A Galveston woman was injured at about 8:20 p.m. Friday In a two-car collision at the Intersection of CR 1462 and Parker School Rd., just outside the Alvin city limits. Mrs. Arlene Anderwald of Galveston was taken by ambulance to Alvin Memorial Hospital and then transferred to a Galveston hospital. Texas Highway Patrolman C. W. White, who Investigated the accident, said Mrs. Anderwald was listed in good condition at the hospital with a possible fracture and facial lacerations. white said she was riding In a 1962 Plymouth statlonwagon being driven west on CR 1402 by her husband, Noel C. Anderwald. A 1961 Pontlac, driven by Frank Crooks of Rosharon and heading east on the same road, began to make a left turn onto Parker School Rd., White said. The left turn brought Crooks' auto In front of the Anderwald vehicle, causing the collision, the officer said. The patrolman said the cars were severely damaged and may both be totally demolished. FP students invited to after-game fellowship The First Baptist Church i n v 11 e s the students of Freeport Junior High to the first of its after-game fellowships Thursday. The church's Fellowship Hall will be open to all students following the Redskins' game with Stephen F. Austin High and will remain open until 10:30 p.m. Sandwiches will be furnished by members of the congregation. Soft drinks will also be available. Bob Johnson, the church Training Union Director, will be in charge of activities. Parents and workers of the Junior High Departments will serve as sponsors for the church. All students are invited lor this period of relaxation and snacks, according to Alan Benson, Minister of Educa- tion and Music. Students attending tnis special iootball fellowship will be limited to the fellowship hall facilities oi the church plant. Benson said. Other fellowships are planned following each Junior High Football game in Hedskin Stadium. In the same place NEW YORK (AP) — Remember the hillbilly stories about shotqun marriages? A new lav. in this city requires registration ot all rifles and shotguns. And the place •.\here yuu r«sister them is in thf M u r r i a s e Lice n s e Bureau. A .SIRII directing applicants lor the 41111 i-erniits is near .inoti.fr si^ii -.-.liich reuiJ^, "Throw No Rice." Six Formula I racing curs :::ove no t grid prior to ..ne o: the ti.r:l!in- r:u Prix," John Frankenlu-; :.t-r .s ; ;^s^un.; MGM. At the wheel o: thi.- dun, one o: tlie •.uirld-:i--..- the spectacular picture. !:-i with James Garnt-r in tl.e cast ol the Douglas vision and Metruc THEATRf vANGLETON N Tl 9-4000 NOW THRU TUESDAY SUN-MON-TUES. OPEN 7:15 SHOW 7:45 2ND. FEA. AT 9:30 SUNDA Reg. Shov,iimes : 4:00 & 7:15 Monday & Tuesday 7:15 ONLY :n ''Gr-iJi'l .s ; ;^s^un.; hu, :il::. :.. r l-.-at! car is Lureiu-.d Ban- .us drivers '••• hu api.rjar iu ii:i'i !::.:. is Yves Momund, c-x', car. The international I.e. 1 . :s !''j-oji:cu, r, m Super Piuui- r .-.:.MI -,turs L.vu Marii- Saint, Toshiro Miiune, Uriu, in-.::>:r'l, Jessica .'.altt-r, .\ntuiiio Sabato ;uid Franuoise iiari;. . Nu% sh^v.i.-v. 1 ut the Bi-.A- C0\ TH~ATHL throuj. T :,-:vi., . adv. Did you haar Che one about Tha Traveling Sateafaj REG. PRICES^^ Mia farrow In a William Castle Production Rosemarys Baby .John Cassavetes STARTS WED. FOR 4 DAYS ACADEMY AWARDS WINNER at Res- Prices! A MAN 41— 2ND. MA. "Till Mi IN THE SUNLIGHT JAMES GARNER GEORGE KEM

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