The Paris News from Paris, Texas on May 7, 1957 · Page 9
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THE LABOR PICTURE Organized Labor Appears At Relations Crossroads By RELMAN MORIN WASHINGTON Iff) - Is organized labor nearing a new cross' roads in its relations with the federal government, management, and its own members? To many leading figures, in and put of'unions, the answer already is at hand—an emphatic "yes." Not since the fiery debates over the Taft-flartley Act, a turning point 10 years ago, has sharper controversy flared over questions ot new legislation to meet the problems of union and employer. How to supervise pension, welfare and union funds? What about a federal "rigfat-to-work" law banning the union shop? What penalties for corruption initiated by either management or labor? What rules to govern their respective financial contributions and activities in political campaigns? Some state governments, in different ways, already have taken action in these fields. What next from Uncle Sam? Testimony in the Senate on mal practice in the Teamsters Union highlighted the problems and touched off an explosion of jagged- edged words, "betrayal of public trust . . . scandal . . . serious crisis ... shock." They came from union officials, mea describing themselves as friends of labor, many newspapers. In Detroit, Frank Rosenblam, secretary-treasurer of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of Ameri- ca, said: "The labor scaudal will prove to be a Roman holiday for labor haters and reactionaries . . . Already a barrage of antilabor bills has been submitted in Congress and tile various state legislatures." In Atlantic City, a Catholic priest, Msgr. George C. Higgins, bluntly told the United Automobile Workers convention: "The labor movement is confronted with perhaps the most serious crisis in its entire history . . Labor is now discovering that no particular class of people has a monopoly on virtue, not even the workers . . . In the long run it undoubtedly will be good for its soul." In Chattanooga, Sen. Kefauver (D-Tenn) told the Southeastern Building Trades Conference: "The fact that corruption is not a one- way'street, asd thai labor racketeering and corruption frequently involve collusion with employers, is no excuse." An editorial in The New York Times said: "Organized labor faces a hostile public opinion much like the antibusiness sentiment of 50 years ago. Another parallel-is sure to follow: the regulation of unions by the government." Some segments of labor acted swiftly. The AFL-CIO Executive Committee suspended Teamster President Dave Beck as one of its vice presidents, and set his hearing for today. Among the letters applaud- ing AFL-CIO President George Meany was one signed by over 200 members of Teamster Local 604 in St. Louis. The UAW appointed a watchdog committee of prominent nonunion men and gave it authority to investigate and review union actions. David Dubinsicy, president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, set a 10-day period for officers to disclose whether any had accepted gifts from employers. One did. Had the Senate hearing! affected union organizing efforts or representational elections? "I have the impression that fewer elections are being sought right now," a National Labor Relations Board official said. in the South, unions lost some elections to be certified as worker representatives. Labor officers denied, however, that these setbacks resulted from antilabor sentiment stirred by the Senate hearings. "The South has always been tough to organize," they said. One union reportedly told its' field men to "forget organizing for awhile." Another union official said, by contrast, "in both Texas and the Southeast our people report bigger attendance at meetings of the locals, and more organizing going on." The central figure in all this is a dry, slow-spoken, hard-working Arkansas lawyer, Sen, John L. McClellan. He it, chairman of the'Senate Racket Committee, "The magnitud* of this picture hasn't yet appeared," he »ays, "A conservative estimate would be that we have at least 100 complaints of major proportions that should be investigated." Ha pointed ti> a stack of letters on his desk. The total is now over 30,000. "Most are from union men," he said, "and they're giving us still more information all tKe time." As the Senate inquiry moved along, UAW President Walter Reuther said, "The overwhelming majority of the leadership of the American labor movement is composed of decent, honest, dedicated people ... but unfortunately, in certain unions the gangsters and crooks and racketeers have moved into position of power." General Nathanael Greene, who was Wellington's most trusted general in the Revolutionary War, built a house in Anthony, Rhode Island in 1770. It is still preserved as it was in his day. "•"a THE HAVT IS DOIHC BESMUCH ON TH£ DEVELOfMlMT Of A STANDARD EJECTAM.E COCKPIT CAPSULE TO fIT JtT AIRCRAFT. IT WILL -CARRY THE PILOT AND HIS EXPENSIVE CLKTHOKie CCAft SAftLT TO THE tROUHB «Y PARACHUTE. TEXANS IN WASHINGTON Two Texans Hold Key Post in Foreign Ag By TEX EASLEY WASHINGTON </R~Two Texans hold key posts in the Agriculture Department's Foreign Agricultural Service. The FAS's assistant administrator is Gustave Burmeister, 56, native of tlie McMullen County ranch country. Another South Texan, Burt Stugard, 55, is in charge of the agricultural attaches in Latin American countries. Owners ofa Rio Grande Valley farm, he once served with the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine at San Juan, Tex. Burmeister joined the department 34 years ago and knows about as much of its operations as one man can know. Days after he graduated from Texas A&M in 1923, he was back at the family ranch when a long distance call came through telling him his application for a job was approved and he should report to work in Houston. When the FAS was organized in 1953 as the successor to the Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations, Burmeister was charged with handling programs to help expand foreign markets for U.S. agricultural products. He now is responsible for trade policies and agricultural analysis. From July 1950 to April 1955 Stugard was the U.S. agricultural attache at the American...JMrtliassy in Spain. In 1954, incidentally, Congress shifted the agricultural attaches from the State Department to the Agricultural Department. They still are attached to the U.S. embassy staff in the foreign land where they are assigned. Stugard, who has J.3 Latin American attaches under his supervision expects to go to some embassy assignment "south of the border" after another year on duty here. Late in May he attends a "market development" conference in Rio de Janeiro, New Optimists Special Guests For Meeting The Optimists who have bacome members of the Paris Noon Club during the term of President Horace Cranston were special guests for Monday's luncheon. The heard. the history, structure and purpose .of Optimist International, as described by Optimist Dick Eben. "Optimism is more than just a service club," Eben pointed' out. "It is a way of life." Speaking especially to the new Optimists but to the entire club in general, Eben give then? a complete insight on the meaning and purpose of Optimism. President Cranston introduced Eben, then briefly thanked the .new members for becoming part of the club during his tenure. The mem- THE PARIS NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1957 — berg 'who have come in during the past year are Frank Condr,ay, Odie Adams, David Kcnnemer, Abe Raphael, Rayford Walker, Souny Fagan, Tommy Duncan, BUI Hutchison, George Smith, Bill Bone, CM Lamb, Bill Llghttoot, Harry Crawford and Carl Smith. Kennemer was introduced to the club as a new member Monday, and received his credentials from President Cranston. Guests for the luncheon included Breaki'ast Optimist B. Ray Steelman and an honorary Optimist, Mayor Jim Gill. Young Driver Presses Gas Instead cf Brake WARWICK, R. L, \y^-m» Jou E. Ablsttdt, 18, of Cranston «ot into « convertible at tbe vM*yf*hr ; Motors showroom to move ft;, ! Police said Miss AMstedt, who got her learner's permit to, drivi> 11 days ago, apparently stepped or. the accelerator instead of the . . , . : . Result: The car crashed through four plate glass windows and struck a 1957 model car. She was not injured. --Gene, Mr*. R*d«r, Roger and Yield at GBNK, , THE JEW'ELBR? These folks wgnt to g*r w- quainted with you. Vitit them soon. A jewelry need or a watch repair job will recaive their friendly service. YES, INDEED!!! ... whatever your need or want may be —you will be pleased with the iserc-hsndise offerings at Paris' places of business. Shop tomorrow, enjoy seeing the new fulfill your summer needs NOW. SURE ENOUGH—the store personnels at Paris' offices and stores are very friendly-and, they want to meet more of you right away. LET'S GET ACQUAINTED . . . every social and business enjoyment starts with "getting acquainted"—right? 'TIS GREEN BACKS YOU'LL BE SAVING....READ WANT ADS PARIS NEWS WANT AD RATES MINIMUM CHARGE $1.00 1 DAY 6c Per Word 3 DAYS 10 Word Minimum IZe Per Word. * DAYS 1C Word Minimum I8e Pet Word. After your Want-Ad appear* 6 times the charge will b« Hie per word per day. 24 DAYS. 10 Word Minimum ... M.50 CARDS OF THANKS 30-Word Minimum . . $1-00 For Each Additional 5 Words 15o BLIND ADS—We are not allowed to give out any Information concerning these Please do not ask. CANCELLATIONS—H an ad it cancelled you pay for the actual number of dayt your ad runs. COLLECTORS FEE—Of 10 per cent will be saved If you pay cash or if ad Is paid by Friday cf the week the ad 1* placed. DEADLINES—All ads must t>« In by 5 p.m. tho evening before publication; 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. ERRORS—Auvertl£»r« are requested to notify us immediately of any error In their ad. We are responsible for only one Incorrect Insertion. A competent ad-taker will gladly assist In writing your WANT-ADS. WANT AD DEPARTMENT Dial SU 4-4323 I—Announcements IA—INSTRUCTION FINISH HIGH SCHOOL or grade school at home, spare time. Books furnished. Diploma awarded. Start where you left school. Write Columbia School. Box 451. Dallas. Texas FINISH HIGH SCHOOL At home in your spare time With AMERICAN SCHOOL established GO years. Chartered not (or profit. Accredited by tho Accrediting Commission of the National Home Study Council, Washington, D.C. Full credit for subjects alresdy completed. $6 a month includes all books and instructions. DIPLOMA awarded. Write for free 55 page High School Bulletin and list of recent graduates. AMERICAN SCHOOL Dept. P.N. Box 1207 Longvlcw, Texas Phone PL 8-5345 BECOME A JET ENGINE SPECIALIST Men, 17-55, wanted to train for Jet industries: Aircraft, Auto Gas Turbine and Fuel Injection Specialists. Trainees accepted wiUFt be mechanically minded. We help finance training by arranging; budget terms. JET AGE HERE NOW It could be your future. Find out now if you can qualify. Mail coupon to: JET ENGINE DIVISION Northwest Schools, Dept. 3J-5, Box J.E., care this paper. Name Address Phone Age...... Education Hours I Work , 1—Announcements fr-SPECIAL NOTICES Madam Marvene Reader and advisor gives true and reliable advice on all affairs of life. All readings private and confidential. Hours 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Colored entrance east side door. Miramar Apartments, Lamar Avenue. Dial SU4-4653, (I—Business Directory AIR CONDITIONING AIR CONDITION WEATHER Is here. Air conditioning plugs wired at reasonable rate. Also small appliance service. Tiny's Electric Service. SU5-1644. AUTO PARTS WILLIAMS BROTHERS Wrecking Yard, 2281 North Main. SU5-1746 day or night. AUTO REPAIR SPRINGS REBUILT, re-arched for trucks, trailers and cars. Guaranteed service. Denney Welding and Machine Works, 1658-eth SE, SU 4-3400. CONTRACTORS EVERETT LAMB—Building, also repairing, painting. Free estl mates. Dial SU4-G928. C. C. RAINEY—Building repair, leveling, concreeta work, painting. Dial SU4-7895. ASBESTOS SIDING, ROOFING, general carpenter work. Call Archie Dickon, SUS-1121 for free estimate. DIRT CONTRACTORS DRIVEWAY GRAVEL TOP SOIL Washed Sand and Gravel GEORGE TOWERS SO4-9298—Dial—SU5-1413 TOP SOIL Grading—Leveling—Fill Dirt ASPHALT PAVING Driveways—Parking Lots Oil Roads RO¥ WILLIAMSON 1353 Pine Bluff St. Dial SU4-8055 (I—Business Directory MOVING FRANK WOLFE Moving & Storage Local and Long Distance Moving 121 East Houston Dial 3U 4-8253 PICTURE FRAMING WE FRAME ANYTHING. Skilled work. Prompt service. Welch Art Shop, dial SU4-7610. PUMP SERVICE PUMP OUT basements, cellars or anything. Call Woody Electric, SU5-1110 day, or SU4-6161 night. RECORDING SUPPLIES WEBCOR TAPE recorders. Office supplies. Bill Blackwcll. IS-lst S.E. SU5-1581. TAPE RECORDER—Free trial. Good Housekeeping Shoppe, 1711 Clarksville, SU4-7628. REPAIR SERVICE REPAIR SERVICE on nil makes of washing machines and rcfrig' orators. Carl Foster. 1448 East Polk. Dial SU 4-8767. AVOID THE RUSH by taking your lawn mower to O'DEA'J Lawn Mower Service NOW. 302 East Kaufman. Dial SU 4-8092 Briggs-Stratton, Clinton, Power Products and RPM engine sales and service. REPAIR SERVICE on all makes lawn mowers, outboard motors, water pumps, washers and appll ances. Pickup and delivery. Dial SU5-1558, Gl5-19th S.W. David Harcrow. REPAIR SERVICE on washing machines, power mowers anc small appliances. Free pickup and delivery. Dial SU5-1970, L. W. Nabers, 1006 Polk. SEPTIC TANKS SHUGARTS TANKS CLEANED. Name on each truck. Paris, Route 2. SU 4-3035. SERVICE STATIONS JOE KEMP TEXACO Service, 8th at. Lamar. Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Washing and lubrication. TELEVISION CLEARING Tree cutting and raking. Pool digging. All types dirt work. O. L. RAINEY Dial SU4-6764 after 6 P.M. _ Operators J. B 'iayior Clinton Keener FLOOR COVERING .INOLEUM. 9X12 $4.35: Armstrong yard goods. 39c square ard Evorybody's Furniture. FLOOR INSTALLATION 24 HOUR TV REPAIR and antenna service. City Music Company, 211 North Main, phone day SU4-7335: night SU4-C529. 4—LOST AND FOUND We feature ARMSTRONG inlaid Linoleum. Rubber and Asphalt Tile. Drapery Fabrics. EXPERT LAYERS TO INSTALL Many Other Floor Covering Products PARIS FLOOR COVERING Fred Lytton, Owner 118 Clarksvtlle St. Dial SU4-4753 9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS $4.95- 9x12 Gold Seal and Armstrong rugs $10.95. by the running foot $1.25. 12-foot widths Go!d Seal Congowall 65c per running foot. Dan Bills Furniture and Appli a nee, Inc FELT BASE LINOLEUM—26 patterns. 9 and 12 foot, all brands. We yard up. Dixon's. 25 Lamar GLASS LOST 2 inch drop hosp from gas truck between Mount Pleasant and Paris Reward. Lamar Oil Com pany, 1470 North Main, SU4-6280. 5—STRAYED OR STOLEN STRAYED — Dark brown mule, heavy trace chain on left foot. Call Johnny Pomroy, SU4-90S2. GLASS—Al Dunning Glass Shop l24-2nd S.W Dial SU4-8247 BO WEN EXPRESS - Dallas. •Greenville. Paris, Texarkana. Ml Pleasant. Dial SU 4-3550. VANCILL DRILLING COMPANY —Water wells. Rotary drilling. Route 2. Blossom. East Post Oak Community Call £0-33. WATER HAULING—More water «t cheaper price. BIB Co«, dial BU4-3847 or SU4-2077, MOTOR EXPRESS RADIO & TV SERVICE All makes— 25 years experience. PARIS RADIO & TV SERVICE Bill Floyd, Owner 1644 Pine Bluff Dial SU4-322S RADIO AND TELEVISION Repairs Hoffman Easy Vision Television sales. Antenna Installation. Bill Ingram's Television Clinic. Dial SU4-4735. TIN SHOP TANKS, Gutters, Sheet Metal. AI Dunning MetaJ Shop 124-2nd S. W UPHOLSTERING MARTIN'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP —Sale on upholstering materials. 2301 Lamar, SU4-8443. WATER PUMPS FOR SALE —NEW— © BERKELEY Q GOULD USED PUMPS SALES AND SERVICE STRIPLAND REFRIGERATION SERVTCK 262 S. Main Dial SU4-3456 III-Empbyment IS-flELP WANTED. Female ' PARIb NEWS WANT ADS ARE HEAD OAJLY BY THOUSANDS MANAGEMENT POSITION For woman between 30 and 50 with Beauty Counselor cosmetics. The one in a thousand is the type we want. Cultured, good background, sparkling personality. Business experience not essential. Car necessary. Write Box B.C. Care Parii Jfew». Ill-Employment QUICKIES 14—HELP WANTED. Male WANTED, SALESMAN. Wright Roofing Company, 110 South Broadway, Hugo, Oklahoma. WANTED—Two men to jell Burial Insurance. Also have opening for sales manager. BROUSSARD'S BURIAL INSURANCE, Beaumont, Texas. MEN to train for JET INDUSTRIES. See our ad under class 1-A. MAN WANTED For established retail bread route. Experience not necessary. $55 per week while training. Our average men earn over ?100 per week. Paid vacation, group insurance. For personal interview see ROBERT SMITH at The Nicholson House Tuesday, May 7— 7:30-9:30 P.M. 17-SITUATION WANTED EXPERIENCED TYPIST—Will do typing at home. Dial EU4-6771 after 5 p.m. WANTED — ANY TYPE yard work. Trash removed. John Carter. SU5-1281. i II-A—Business Opportunities BUSINESS BUILDING with living quarters upstairs. Cafe fixtures presently installed. Corner lot. Best of terms. B. A. Adcock, SU4-4630. FOR SALE—Tractor and Implement business. Good location. Small inventory. Several good lines allied equipment. Write Box B.D,, care The Paris News. READ THIS Nice package t'.ore with living quarters. Doing wonderful business. Best location in Tarrant County. Leading highway. New rent house, modern, deep well. Cyclone fence, new barn, corral, 16 acres, sheep fenced. Selling account health. Owner. Write Box J.P., cafe Paris News. IV—Financial 23-MONEY TO LOAN NEED MONEY IN A HURRY? See Helen Bowman for Cash on Vour Signature. M O D E R N LOAN SERVICE 134 N. Main Dial SU4-G482 V-Livestock By Ken Reynolds Vl--Merchandise Sale "Stop wasting that insurance we got in the Paris News Want Ads, dear—Jump I" VI-Merchandise Sale 34-WANTED TO BUY DO YOU WANT CASH for Your Used Furnlturt CALL DAN BILLS FURNITURE & APPLIANCE, INC. 348-lst S. W. Dial SU4-7030 BEST PRICES PAID for used furniture and HppiisnvES. DIXON'3, dial SU4-6490. PAY TOP PRICE for used furniture. Main Furniture, 253 North Main, SU46108. S. S. Burlcson. owner. VI-Merchandise Sale FARM EQUIPMENT ATTENTION WOOL GROWERS We are interested in providing you with top market prices for your wool. CASH ON DELIVERY We buy in any quantity. It will pay you to come hy, PARIS HIDE AND FUR CO. 121-llth NW Dial SU4-3136 WANTED TO BUY livestock, all cinds. See Jeff Preston, 249-lst N.E., dial SU4-9165 day, or SU4- "388 nigh!. WANT TO BUY 2 room house to be moved. Dial SU4-6046. 26—Birds. Dogs, Pets. Animals TROPICAL FISH—Aquariums and supplies. Cox Aquarium, 805-lOth N.E. Dial SU5-1368. Z&-LIVESTOCR FOR SALE ONE BABY Whitpface bull calf. Jcrroll Ray, Route 5, SU4-6046. 2S-A—BREEDING SERVICE ARTIFICIALLY SIRED herd replacements increase your profits. John Littleton, technician. Dial SU4-2861. SU4-4508. FOR ARTIFICIAL Breeding at Its best use A.B.S. proved sires. For service call J. H. Voorhies, SU4- 6932. 30-Seeds, Plants. Fertilizer COTTONSEED FOR SALE—North Star, Roldo, $1.50 per bushel. Rice HambUn. SU 4-8125. 36—Household Fnrnitnrc SHOP OUR STORE foi the best in new and used turniture. low prices, terms. Cut-Kate Furniture. 123-ist N.E. Dial SU4-8406. WE BUY AND SELL used furniture. Ts?r- "r-i Winegeart Bargain Store, 123 Grand. SU4-655S. EARLY SEASON SPECIAL on Dearborn Evaporative Coolers, $44.95 up. $5 down. $5 month. Automatic Gas Company, 220 Lamar. 38-FARM EQUIPMENT A competent ao taker is as close as your telephone Diai SU4-4323 B6w and place tiat id. Buy Now and Save WATER TANKS All Sizes J. W. HORN TIN SHOP 230-2nd S.W. SU 4-6470 GARDEN TRACTOR 339-8th N.E. for sale. FOR SALE—Work mute, harness »nd plow. Dim! SU4-11S1. GET READY NOW © All Crop Harvesters © Hay Balers © Mowing Machines © Rakes Everything you need to save your grass, grain, silage. HUTCHISON FARM EQUIPMENT CO. 304 Clement Itoad SU4-8COQ 8-ROW John Dccrc duster mounted on John Deore "B" tractor, just overhauled, $495 gets it all. John Lane, 5 miles west Chlcota. 39—MISCELLANEOUS DON'T FORGET R. F. Kemp s»ys: "We have the largest stock of Evlnrude motor* and aluminum boats and boat trailer* in northeast Texas and southeast Oklahoma." Small down payment up to 30 months to pay, EVERYBODY'S FURNITURE STORE 230-lst SW Dial SU4-482S SEVERAL USED Maytag wash ers, S53.95 up. Easy terms. Auto malic Gas Company, 220 Lamar ONE SERVEL electric 18 cu. ft. upright Home Freezer, regular $459.05 value, demonstrator price, $389.85. Easy terms. Automatic Gas Company, 220 Lamar. EXTRA CLEAN used Prosperity tnblo top range, $50.85. Automatic Gas Company, 220 Lamar. DIAMOND RING, half-car"»t, man's setting. Cash only. Write Box N.F., care Paris News. 41-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WANTED—Responsible party In this Kr<!R with good credit to take up payments on srr,.-" up. right piano. Write Credit Manager, Irving Piano Company, 637 East Irving Boulevard, Irving, Texas. VII--Rentals 47-ROOMS, FURNISHED BEDROOMS |S week, close !n; apartments, linens and dishes available. 33G Graham. SOUTHEAST BEDROOM adjoin- bath. E a r«e Gentleman Dial SU4-4943. PARIS INNS—Nicest low priced rooms In all Parti. SU4-D051. 48—ROOMS WITH BOARD ROOM AND BOARD for elderly men. 727 Graham, Dial SU 4-8833. 50—APARTMENTS. Furnished 39—MISCELLANEOUS SALE EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME FURNITURE, RADIOS, REFRIGERATORS, STOVES and WASHING MACHINES Cash for Your Used Furniture TEXAS FURNITURE CO. 134-lst S.W Dial SU4-6370 PLENTY OF GOOD USED electric refrigerators and ranges. Come in and make us an offer L A M A R COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP. 14P5 North Main. COLEMAN GAS FURNACES, no down» payment, low monthly payments, fit Automatic Gas Company. 220 Lamar. FOR SALE—Four space lot in Meadowbrook Memorial Park Section D, Dial SU4-6771. IF YOU LIKE TOOLS, READ THIS—For only $19.33 you can now really hit the jack-pot. We are shipping a great number of chests loaded with tools and prepaid to your r.ddress. Jlcsre are some of the tools you get- saws, wood bits, speed drills, heavy ratchet brace, hack saw, claw hammer, steel tape, heavy pliers, side-cutters, socket se', tri square, metal vise, oil stone, pruning shears, six screw drivers, small level, wood chisels and many other pieces to make over 50 pieces in this loaded chest which is going out at a fraction of the retail price. Better hurry. Make payments to E. B. Jeffries. Supt., and mail to Storage Warehouse No. 5, P.O. Box 229, Downey, Calif. SMALL HOME FREEZERS slight, ly used, perfect condition. Bargains. Dial SU4-4885. HEW 30 H.P. Eviorude outboard motor, $375. Dial SU5-1863 after 6 p.m. ONE LIKE NEW Servel refrig. erator, guaranteed for one year, ?129.S>5. $12.95 down, $5 month. Automatic Gas Company, 120 La- m»r. CLEAN MODERN APARTMENTS $7 week and Up. Tho Dorsey, 338 Graham. NICELY FURNISHED downstairs four-room apartment. Adults. 509 Pine Bluff. THREE ROOM apartment, private. Bills paid. Adults. 334 West Washington. SU4-9275. FOR RF.NT—Furnished or unfurnished, 4 room garage apartment. 460 North Main. Dial SU4- 6811. THREE ROOM apartment, private bath, bills paid. Garage. Adults. SU4-8820. 51—Apartments. Unfurnished LARGE UNFURNISHED apartment. Mrs. Saycrs Boyd. FOUR ROOM duplex. 716 East Austin. Adults. Dial SUS-1392. Want Ad Display I Want Ad Display KANDU VII-Renfals 50—BUSINESS PROPERTIES BUILDING for rent Dial SU4-8509, John Scarborough, Jr. Vlll-Real Estate 61—FARMS FOR SALS APPROXIMATELY 68 acres, large barn, plenty water. Large modern llOUSe, vii f'UOU Fuau. B. A. Adcock, SU 4-4630. 19 ACRES, large house with shower, Rood well, pump. On good road. Priced $4750. B. A Adcock, SU 4-4830. WELL IMPROVED BO acre farm near Hope, Arkansas. Modem home, double garage. Tenant house, 2 barns, chicken house and orchard. Fenced, farm anr- est- tle. Possession. Mrs. Jim Wyrick. Route 2. Cooper, SU4-72I2. 64—ROUSES FOR SALE ONLY JIEOO for this large 5-room house, garage. B. A. Adcock. SU 4-4630. MODERN SEVEN room house, J acres, on highway $«300. B. A Adcock, SU4-4630. ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED modern house, 3 lets. Close Rosa Person School. B. A. Adcock, SU4-4630. MUST SELL to settle estate- Modern house and outbuildings. Good location. $3500. B. A. Adcock, SU4-4830. MY EQUITY In nice G.I. home. Venetian blinds, attic fan, garase and shop. SU4-270S after 5 p.m. GIVING AWAY AT $1000—3 room house, bath, large lot, B. A, Adcock, SU4-4C30. NEW MODERN 5 room house. 1 acre land, at Powderly (formerly Shultz property). See 0, D. Hawls, Hugo, Oklahoma, phone 604 or 654. Jesse Thrasher's Automobiles 1953 Chev. % ton Pickup. Del, Cab $595.00 $195.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 1349 Chcv. V-t ton Pickup $298.00 $95.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 1954 Fora (6) Tudor . $735.00 $250.00 Down $35.00 per Mo. 1954 Ford Scd $835.00 J2M.00 Down $35.00 per Mo 1949 Chev. Scd J250.80 $75.00 Down $20.00 per Mo. 1951 Chev. Tudor ....$495.0C $125.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 1952 Chev. Scd $535.00 $195.00 Down $30.00 per Mo 1049 Ford (6) Tudor . .5250.00 $85.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 1952 Ford Tudor $595.00 $150.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 1952 Ford Scd $535.0(1 $150.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. LSS2 Ford (6) Tudor . .$545,00 $125.00 Down $25.00 per Mo". 1951 Mercury Scd. . ...JZSS.OG $55.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 1950 Chcv. Tuflor JM5.00 $125.00 Down $25.00 per Mo. 194R Chcv. Tudor $145.00 $45.00 Down $20.00 per Mo. 1940 Chev. Tudor .,,..fSS.OO $40.00 flown $15.00 per Mo 140-lst N.E., Paris, Texas VIII-Real Estate 64-ROUSES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE 1 LARGE 3 bedroom house, beautiful woodwork, hardwood floors. Cheapest home in Paris, $6000. To settle estate. THREE BEDROOM house, garage attached. This house is really priced right. Owner leaving town, $4000. FOUR room house at 1071-16th N.E., $3500. , . __ LARGE 2-story house, 10th S.E. DUPLEX FOR SALE. 833 East $ 4000 - To s 0 " 1 " estate. 47 0 74 S Xr St rn et m SU4 ' 2849 ° f SU4 'iTHREE bedroom house. A dandy. 4774 after 5 p. m, 2 9th N.E., $5750. MODERN 6 room house, asbestos siding, new roof. 1049-lOth N.W. $2350. Easy financed. WE HAVE buyers for nice 2 and 3 bedroom homes. List your property with us for quick sale. BILL & ROBERT IRION REALTORS 202 First National Bank Building SU4-4821 SU5-1534 3U4-8738 FOUR ROOMS with bath, lot 80 x 225, at city limits on highway, $2150. B. A. Adcock, SU4-4630. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE to be moved. Built 1950. Garage. Asbcs tos siding. SU4-4163. FOR SALE or trade—Equity in 'our room modern house, !i acre lot. 2530 West Sherman. SU4- 8584. ATTRACTIVE APARTMENT, best neighborhood. Reasonable rent. Partially furnished. Dial EU4- 7200. THREE ROOM apartment, 433- 8th N.E. Clyde Parham, SU4-6631. FIVE ROOM unfurnished apartment. 1332 Mapls, FOUR ROOMS and bath. Private entrance. Water paid, $30. 868- 1st S.W. NICE FIVE ROOM unfurnished apartment, close In. Dial SU4- 7219. 53— HOUSES. UNFURNISHED NICE two bedroom home. 829- 24th S.E. Clyde Parham, SU4- 6631. SIX ROOM HOUSE, wall to wall carpet, Venetian blinds, washer connections. Inquire 2005 Umar, NICE SMALL unfurnished house. 1951 Hubbard Street. Dial SU4- 2230. MODERN 2 bedroom house East Paj-is; duplex. West Brame. SU4- 280«. TWO BEDROOM unfurnished hous«, 40-28th N.W. Inquire SH Bonhain day, nlfht <!l»l SUS-1MO. SEE THIS Modern five room home in East Paris. Hardwood floors, wall to wall carpet, inlaid linoleum in kitchen and bath. Garage. Large lot. Shown by appointment only. DAN BILLS REAL ESTATE Dial SU4-8003 BUILDING LOTS In East Paris and West Parts, Clyde Parham. dial SU4-6631. FOR SALE O Your opportunity. $500 down, $50 month, good clean 2 bedroom home, cloice E. Paris location. Total price, $4,750. ® Out-of-town owner says sell 8 room bungalow, 2 baths, close to town. Can use as duplex or single family. G Beautiful 2 bedroom home, hardwood floors, double garage, close to school and store. Prominent E. Paris corner location, $9.750. ® 3 bedroom home, hardwood floors, beam and pier foundation. Choice E. Paris location on large lot. Shown by appointment, WHITS & DEHAVEN , Liberty National Bank Bldg. Dial SU4-7390 or SU4-3279 SPECIAL Nice seven rooms, two baths, Venetian blinds. A-I condition. Carport. Near school. Immediate possession. BILL ABSHIRE SU4-6480 SU4-6528 THREE BEDROOM Jiome with washer and *!ectrle range connection*. 140-lOth N.B. SU4-8PU. 65—LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE — Desirable building lots in West Paris. Ben White. IX--Automcbi!es 71—Automobiles for Sale 1951 NASH 4-door Statesman, trade for jeep or pickup. Woody Electric, SU5-1110 day, SU4-6161 night. 72~Trceks. Trailers. Tractors EXTRA CLEAN 33 foot single axle trailer. See at Wayne Briscoe's Station w«<t nf Paris. FOR SALE—House trailer. 57 foot, factory built, electric brakes, $200 cash. 1947 Studebaker truck, $85. 511 South E, Hugo, Oklahoma. FOR SALE—1956 Chevrolet 2-ton truck; also 28 foot Nabors platform trailer. R. M. FRY LUMBER COMPANY, Hugo, Oklahoma. Get the most for your money... Use Wont Ads ! Dial SU 4-4323

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