Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on February 24, 1961 · Page 16
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16-USED CARS VITAL STATISTICS 16 - USED CARS H-USED CARS FUNERAL NOTICES 'Missile Gap1 No Longer Exists, Von Braun Claims Charles N. Drake Services Set Funeral services for Charles Nathan Drake will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Ferguson chapel. Interment will follow in the IOOF cemetery in Soquel. Spiritual bouquets are SURF CITY MOTORS Weekend Specials "LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN" to beat the Russians with the first man into space," von Braun predicted. He said the final outcome depends greatly on how many gambles the Russians are willing to take. "Here in America," he said, "we believe human life is sacred and we will not send up an astronaut until we are positive he has an excellent chance of returning safely. If the Russians are willing to take shortcuts and gamble they could beat us. But if they fail they might end up with a red face." Asked if the Russians could pinpoint American cities with their ICBMs, von Braun answered in the affirmative. He quickly added the United States has the same potential in this field as does the Soviet Union. He went on to say that our ICBMs were more advanced than the Russians at this point, being smaller and lighter, but it was a sad fact that to the victim of the attack it made little difference whether he was hit by a 1955 or 1959 ICBM. The blue-eyed von Braun admitted he was worried about the "terrifying" number of engineers and scientists graduated annually by the Russians. "At the present time," von Braun commented, "we have enough brain power, but we must look to the future." He said it is his belief the American people realize the need and will meet the challenge. Von Braun, director of the George C. Marshall Space Flight center in Huntsville, Ala., in his public speech described the Saturn rocket. He said the U.S. is working on a Saturn rocket engine which is expected to have a 1.5 million-pound thrust about twice that in the Soviets' current Venus rocket. Von Braun, who heads the Saturn project for the National Aeronautics and Space agency, said the first stage is scheduled for testing before the end of this year. He said the rocket will be able to orbit a 10-ton satellite and put a 1000-pound payload on the moon. He said future versions of the Saturn probably hold out the best hope for lunar flights. The stock-ily-built scientist said these type of flights will probably be achieved by the use of orbital refueling rockets. These "tanker satellites" would rendezvous with the moon rocket in space and refuel its tanks much like air force tankers now refuel combat planes in flight. 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA $1-99 4-door hardtop. Powerglide, power steering, and. brakes. Radio, heater, etc. An immaculate car throughout. 1959 FORD GALAXIE ------ $1999 Hardtop coupe. A beautiful white finish. Overdrive, power steering, radio, heater, etc. Locally owned, 1 owner. 1958 OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88 - $1799 Holiday coupe. Here's a real buy! Hydra-Mat ic, power steering and brakes, trans-portable radio, heater, etc. 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500, 4-DOOR $1299 It's "just like new". Ford-O-matic. power steering, radio, heater. Green and white finish. 1956 OLDSMOBILE $1,099 Holiday Sedan. Sparkling white finish and it s a Super, too! Hydra-Matic, radio, heater, and full power. 1956 OLDSMOBILE 98, 4-DOOR - $1099 1 owner, locally owned car, and it's a beauty. Two-tone brown finish with Hydra-Matic, radio, heater and full power. 1956 PLYMOUTH SUBURBAN $899 A real sharp two-tone green. 4-door station wagon. Automatic transmission, heater and lots of room. 1956 FORD CLUB SEDAN - $699 It's the Fairlane model with Ford-O-matic, radio, heater, etc. A real nice car. 1955 FORD, i-TON PICKUP $599 A real sharp unit with heater and good tires 6-cylinder, too. 1955 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY SEDAN $799 It's the Super model, too, with Hydra-Matic, radio, heater, power steering and brakes. You can't beat this buy anywhere. 1957 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON $1399 It's the 4-door model and is it ever sharp? Power-glide, radio, heater and lots of room. 1956 PONTIAC, 2-DOOR - $599 What a buy! Standard shift for economy. Radio, heater, etc. Another Surf City Motor Bargain. 1951 INTERNATIONAL $299 A perfect Pickup for hauling or back-and-forth work car. In real good condition. No down payment on credit approval, OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM KO DOWN PAYMENT ON CREDIT APPROVAL ALL CARS GUARANTEED OPEN SUNDAYS FUNERAL NOTICES DRAKE In Santa Cruz, California, February 22, 1961, Charles Nathan Drake. Father of Charles Drake, Jr of Aptos. Native of Galesburg, Illinois, aged 92 years. Services will be conducted in The Ferguson Chapel, 212 Laurel Street, Saturday, February 25 at 2:00 p.m. Interment in Soquel I.O. OF. Cemetery. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Spiritual Bouquets preferred. 2-24-47 Animal Hospital Gains Approval A hospital for small animals will be constructed near an exclusive residential area in Aptos. With hardly any opposition, Dr. Patrick Baymiller of Campbell was granted a permit by the county planning commission at its meeting yesterday afternoon for the development. The lone objector was Stanley Blake, 721 Seacliff drive, an officer in the Seacliff Improvement association. He contended there would be noise and odor from the development. Plans call for a soundproof cement block building to be constructed at the intersection of State Park drive and the Santa Cruz-Watsonville freeway. Dr. Baymiller said the total cost of development will be approximately $65,000. The structure will be 50 by 54 feet in size, according to the doctor. Located next to a cemetery, the site is in a commercial zone. Dr. Baymiller expects to have the hospital completed by August. Planning Director Bert Muhly pointed out the zoning ordinance requires a six-foot non-transparent fence to completely surround the premises. FUNERALS GEORGE KOri'I.OS Funeral services for George Kopulos were conducted yesterday at 3:30 p.m. in White's chapel with Rev. Clark Sloneker, pastor of the First Christian church, officiating. Sacred selections were played on the organ. Interment followed in the IOOF cemetery. Pallbearers were Porter Roberts. J. Fuqua, Fred Blanchard, Leonard Morgan, Louis Imarisio and Peter Lappas. DR. EDW ARD I.. CHENEY SR. Funeral services for Dr. Edward L. Cheney Sr. were conducted yesterday at 2 p.m. in White's chapel with Santa Cruz Lodge 38. F&AM. officiating. Rev. Paul Barton sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "In the Garden." accompanied on the organ by Pearl Reid. Entombment followed in the IOOF mausoleum. Pallbearers were Bryant Cheney. Claude Lamp, Frank Kimball, Juhn Fahey, Bruce Goodwin and Donald Ducksgeischelz. EDITH ECKLEY Funeral services for Edith Eckley were conducted today at 2 p.m. in White's chapel with Rev. Reginald Troughton, pastor of the Boulder Creek Community Methodist church, officiating. Sacred selections were played on the organ. Interment followed in the Oakwood Memorial park. Pallbearers were Kennelh Glea-son, John Montanari, Julio Loca-telli, Karmody WTest, William Rae and Gerald Sessions. AYER In Santa Cruz, Calif.. February 24, 1961, Effie M. Ayer. Wife of Edward Ayer of Santa Cruz, Calif.; mother of Edith Francisco of Redwood City, Calif.; sister of Fred Wolfe of Philo, Calif, and Bessie Redwood of San Francisco, Calif. Also survived by 2 grandchildren. Native of California, aged 69 years, 10 months. Member of Santa Cruz Lodge 623, Neighbors of Woodcraft Auxiliary. Services will be conducted at Wes-sendorf & Thai chapel Monday, February 27 at 2:00 p.m. with Dr. Heber St Clair Mahood officiating. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Inurnment IOOF Crematory. 2-24-48 NELSON Near Aptos, Calif., February 23, 1961, Harold Nelson. Survived by his wife, Charlotte Nelson of Aptos; five daughters, Phyllis Butts of Camp-tonville, Calif., Eloise Nelson of Bakers-field Calif., Carol Ames of Cupertino, Calif., Isabel Sindel of Forest Hill, Calif., Harriett Servid of India; three sons, William Nelson of Palo Alto, Calif., David Nelson of Paradise, Calif., and Lewis Nelson of Aptos, Calif., also survived by twenty-six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Native of Forest City, Calif., aged 82 years. Member of Gravel Range Lodge No. 59 F. 81 A. M., of Camptonville. Services will be conducted in White's chapel, 138 Walnut Ave., Saturday, February 25 at 2:00 p.m. with Santa Cruz Lodge No. 38 F. & A. M. officiating. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Private inurnment will follow in the I. O O F. crematory. Contributions to the Childrens Home Society in Oakland preferred. 2-24-47 PENA In Santa Cruz, Calif., February 23, 1961, Josephine Pena. Wife of Marfeo Pena of Santa Cruz; mother of Frank Pena of Porterville. Calif.; sister of Mrs. Ray Pratt of Delano, Calif.; grandmother of Douglas Pena of Porterville, Calif. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Native of Lake-port, California, aged 80 years 3 months. Member of Presbyterian Church in Winters, California. Services will be conducted at Wes-sendorf & Thai chapel Monday, February 27 at 10:00 a.m. with Rev. J. Bernard Corneliussen of the First Congregational Church officiating. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Interment in Oakwood Memorial Park. 2-24-48 ALDERS In Santa Cruz, Calif,, February 23, 1961, John Edwin Alders. Survived by his wife, Eileen Alders of Aptos, Calif.; five children, Mylo, Dyke, Sam, Mark and Lynn Alders, all Aptos, Calif. Native of Wisconsin, aged 42 years. Veteran of World War 2. Military graveside services will be conducted Monday. February 27 in Golden Gate National cemetery. White's Mortuary Inc., in charge of arrangements. 2-23-48 PROVONSHA In San Francisco, Calif., February 22, 1961, Maude Helen Pronvonsha. Mother of Merrill Pro-vonsha of Hayward, Calif., Dr. Jack Provonsha of West Covina, Calif., and Mrs. Wanda Anderson of Portland. Oregon; sister of Mrs. Pearl Pearson of Placerville, Calif; also survived by six grandchildrpn and one great-grandchild. Native of Los Angeles, California, seed 67 years. Member of Seventh Day Adventist church of Santa Cruz. Services will be conducted in White's chapel, 138 Walnut Ave. Monday February 27 at 2:00 p.m. with Elder Andrew Dahl of the Seventh Day Adventist church officiating. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Interment in Oakwood Memorial Park 2-23-48 MASONS ATTENTION You are requested to present yourselves at White's M o r t u ary, 138 Walnut Ave., Saturday, February 25, at 1:45 p.m. for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late Brother Harold Nelson, a member of Gravel Range Lodge No. 59 of Camptonville, Calif. Services at 2:00 p.m. Visiting brothers are invited. By order of the Master. Roy L. Mayfield, Secty., Santa Cruz Lodge No. 38. Adv. 2 24-47 Ohio, fifth In poulation among states of the Union, ranks 36th in size. FLOWERS FERRARI the Florist "THE FINEST IN FLOWERS" 1222 Pacific Ave. GArden 6-1122 2-l-tf Louise Flower Shop "The Freshest in Flowers" Dial GR 5-3841 "FLOWERS BY WIRE" 2880 Soquel Avenue 2-1 tf PALOMAR HOUSE OF FLOWERS PALOMAR ARCADE GArden 3-0821 2-l-tf STEWART'S Flower Shop 1430 SOQUEL AVE. GA 3-0640 EVENINGS GR 5-1763 2-l-tf SANTA CRUZ Florists 205 Locust St GA 3-0734 2-l-tf SZt'n i J) V I f J ! I I J I JOSE nil NE TENA A Mon., Feb. 27 at 10 00 a.m. SI Si EFFIE M. AYiR i Mon., Feb. 27 at 2.00 p m. S) JOHN SCHAREOGEL Pending y.-i.,ri . - t.. m.. i n um. im-v-h wmwu cvW'T" ,t?S (J1?. SURF CITY 1000 WATER ST. 16-2-24 PROLO CHEVROLET CO. The Way to Values Leads to our O.K. used car lot Hera tvery car is carefully inspected and conditioned. Your driving pleasure is assured. Fair prices, convenient terms. 1960 FORD V8 Fairlane 4-door sedan. Ford-O-Matic, equipped with heater. Low mileage. Beautiful 2-tone ivory and red. New car O.K. guarantee. Only 1998 1959 FORD V8 custom 300. 4-door sedan. Ford-O-Matic, heater equipped. Horizon blue. New car O.K. guaranteed ..$1598 1959 STUDEBAKER Lark 6-cylinder Station Wagon. Economy model, beautiful light beige with beautiful all red leatherette interior. O.K.'d. Only ..$1598 1960 BORGWARO Isabella sedan. Standard drive, radio and heater. Up to 35 miles to the gallon with full size roomy interior. Only $1498 1959 CHEVROLET El Camino Sport Pickup. Standard drive, radio and heater. Light beipe. O.K.'d $1898 1959 CHEVROLET V8 Impala sport sedan. Powerglide, power steering, radio and heater. 2-tone, whitewalls. O.K. new car guarantee. Only ...$1998 1960 CHEVROLET Corvair de luxe 4 - door sedan. Powerglide, radio and heater. Fully equipped. O.K. new car guarantee. Let's trade $1798 I960 FORD Falcon sedan. Automatic, radio and heater. O.K. new car guarantee $1798 1953 CHEVROLET 210 2-door sedan. Powerglide, heater equipped. Clean $398 Trucks 1958 DODGE V2-ton Panel ...$898 1955 FORD Vi-ton Pickup $848 1956 DODGE V8 Va-ton Pickup $798 1954 FORD V8 .ton Pickup .$698 1956 CHEVROLET V2-ton Pickup $998 PROLO CHEVROLET CO. "Where Friend Meets Friend" 425 Front St. GA 3-8100 16-2-22-tf PALOMAR SAFE BUY CARS 51 Studebaker $ 98 '50 Studebaker 98 '53 Packard, sharp 398 55 Plymouth, 4-door 598 '54 Oldsmobile hardtop 598 58 Oldsmobile hardtop 1998 '55 Nash 598 '59 Mercury hardtop 2298 '60 Mercury Colony Park wagon 3198 '58 Mercury Montclair 1398 '60 Mercury, 2-door 2298 '56 Lincoln hardtop 1498 '59 Ford, 4-door 1598 53 De Soto, 4-door 398 '58 Chevrolet, 4-door 1498 53 Chevrolet, 4-door 298 '53 Chevrolet convertible 398 '56 Chevrolet convertible 1098 '53 Buick, 4-door sedan 150 '57 Buick station wagon, rough 998 57 Buick hardtop 1298 Low As $10 Down On Approved Credit COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL FINANCING PALOMAR SAFE BUY CARS 1261 Soquel Avenue (Across from Safeway) Phone GArden 3-2262 OPEN SUNDAY 16-2-24-tf "YOU GET A BETTER USED CAR FROM A BUICK DEALER" 1960 BUICK La Sabra 4-door Sedan, radio, heater, power steering, brakes, 2 tone paint, custom upholstery, new car guarantee $2895 1960 OPEL 2-door Sedan, radio, heater, whitewall tires, very few miles $1795 1959 BUICK La Sabra 4-door hardtop, radio, heater, Dynaflow, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, custom upholstery, like new, local one owner $2395 1959 CHEVROLET VB Bel Air 4-door Sedan, radio, heater. Powerglide, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires $1895 1958 BUICK Special 4-door Sedan. Radio, heater. Dynaflow $1395 1957 BUICK Special 4-door Sedan. Radio, heater, Dynaflow, whitewall tires, very low mileage $1150 1957 LINCOLN Premier 2-door Hardtop Coupe, radio, heater, Turbo-Drive, power steering, brakes, windows and seat. Whitewall tires, very clean car ...$1895 1956 BUICK Special 4 door Station Wagon, radio, heater, Dynaflow, exceptionally clean $995 1956 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-door Hardtop. Radio, heater, automatic transmission. Power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires $1095 1953 WILLYS 6 Station Wagon, overdrive, very low mileage $495 FARRAR-HALBACH BUICK USED CAR LOT Pacific & Spruce GA 3-2770 16-2-24-tf Weekend Special 1959 CADILLAC 62 Coupe. Power steering, power brakes, 6-way power seat, automatic transmission, radio and heater. Whitewall tires $3695 MAYCRINK PONTIAC-CADILLAC. INC. 505 Front St. GA 3-2100 16-2-24-tf T59 PLYMOUTH Suburban Station Wagon. 9-passenger, radio, heater, pushbutton drive, power rear window. One owner. Leaving state. $1990, $500 down, assume 4 auto loan. MU 8-3485. 16-2-23-51 50 CHEVROLET 4-door sedan. ('53 motor) A-l condition. $200 cash. 125 Bixby St., GA 3-2089. '55 Nash Metropolitan Radio, heater, $275. GA 3-4956 16-2-19-47 WANTED best running auto that $200 cash will buy consider equity. Phone GR 5-5126 after 6 p.m. 16-2-23-48 '60 'MORRIS MINOR. Take over payments. No equity. GRreewood ' l-0m. 16-2 24-52 By Arnold YVechter San Jose The missile gap was labeled as non-existent last night at a press conference by Dr. Werner von Braun. Regarded as America's leading rocket expert, van Braun admitted the Russians have a long lead in rocket propulsion, but the United States holds the edge in many other fields of missile research and space exploration. Von Braun spoke earlier in the evening before 2700 people following a dinner in observance of National Engineers Week at the Santa Clara County fairgrounds. He said the Russians have worked in a much narrower field of rocketry than the United States, and while it was possible two years ago to say they had a lead it was no longer correct to make such a sweeping statement. "The program has spanned out into too many fields," he commented. Von Braun illustrated his point by saying the Russians have never done anything in the field of weather pictures from space as this country has done with its Tyros satellites. Nor has it made any contributions in the field of communications and navigational aid satellites. The German-born scientist said Russia's lead was not caused by failures in the American education system or lack of moral fiber on the part of its people. "It can be laid directly to the fact that the Russians got an earlier start," he said. "America has a good chance DAIRY and POULTRY San Francisco, February 24 Butter prices to retailers: First quality, 1 lb. print, 70-7212! 14 lb. print, 70V2-73 second duality 1 lb print, no sales ''1 lb. print, 7012-73. Fresno (AP). Northern California live poultry, fo.b. ranch: chickens frvers about steady, hens steariv. Fry ers 19-2112, (mostly 19.7); light type hens 8-lU; neavy type hens 17; broilers 20; roasters 25. Squabs 80. Turkeys Yours type heavy tomj 2112-22; fryer roasters, 22ii-23. Egg Quotations Nulaid Eggs invoicing prices of eKS to the rf ta I trade: Larue Grade AA 43-47 Medium Grade AA 40-44 Small Grade AA 34-38 San l-ranc'sro FSMN Quotations-Large Grade A 40-46 Medium Grade A 37-44 Small Grade A 30-37 New York Stock Exchange Courtesy of Baikie & Alcantara Stocks & Bonds Dire-' Private Wirs Industrials .654.71 up 1.29 Rails 145.49 up .58 Volume 5,330,000 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE American Can 37i'2 American Telephone 14i 2 American Tobacco 7178 Anaconda Co. 52V Atchison T. & S. F 24U Bendix 66 Beth. Steel 443s Calif. Pack. 441 '2 Caterpillar 373a Che. and Ohio 63U Chrysler 431 a Douglas Aircraft Dupont 209 Filtrol 32i a General Electric 637s General Motors 4412 Goodyear 36I4 Homestake 46 International Harvester 52 !s International Nickel 654 Kennecott 83i 2 Lockheed 3458 Montgomery Ward 324 N. Y. Central 18i8 No. Amer, Avn. 5034 Pacific Cement & Agg. 1514 Pacific Gas & Elec. 8OI2 Pac. Lighting 55ig Penney (J. C. Co.) 41 J 4 Penn. R. R. 133.8 Phelps Dodge 53i Phillips Petrol. 58 Radio 57 Republic Steel 587a Sears Roebuck 5634 Southern Calif. Edison 7278 Southern Pacific .. . 215a Std. Oil Calif. 51U Std. Oil N. J. 44-H Texas Corp. 9234 Transamerica 31 Union Oil 46Vs Union Pacific 3114 United Aircraft 391-4 U. S. Steel 84i 4 Woolworth (F. W.) . 733.4 BANK STOCKS Bank of America 5414 57l' Chase Manhattan Bank 667efi6934 First National City Bank ..84 LIVESTOCK Stnrktnn fAPI FCUN- r!uc fr,r week 100, moderately active, slaughter caives mosny steaoy, instances strong, stocker calves fully steady. nogs tor week 8bO, fairly active, barrows anri pilU rlncpH stpaHu uyith tact week's close. Sows and feeder pigs steady. 16-USED CARS WANT: USED CARS ANY MAKE ANY MODEL PAID FOR OR NOT Highest Prices Paid PROLO CHEVROLET CO. 920 Pacific Avenue 16-9 1-tf 16A-USED TRUCKS Dewey Eastman Volvo '58 FORD i-i-ton Pickup ....$975 521 FRONT ST. GA 3-5820 16A-2 24-48 1958" Chevrolet Pickup 12-ton" $1195, or trade for dean 1954 Chevrolet or Ford car. GA 3-7952. 16A-2-23-48 NEW '61 FORD PICKUP. Radio, heater. Sales tax, license, J2000. GA 3-2905, eves. 16A-2-19-53 1936 CHEVROLET PICKUP. Good condition. $150. Phone GA 3-3997. 16A-2-22-48J; '51 WILLYS 4-cylinder panel truck. Reasonable. GR 5-2550 or 860 41st Ave. 16A-2-24-48 17-LOST AND FOUND LOST: REWARD for information concerning dark grey Angora cat, male. Strayed from 717 Oak Dr. Capitola, Tues., Feb. 21st. This cat needs daily medication. Please return, no questions asked. Phone GR 5-4906 or GR 5-0538. 17-2-23-51 HAMMOND ORGANS We Missed the New Phone Directory-Our NUMBER IS GA 3-55782 GRAHAM MUSIC CO. 112S PACIFIC AVE. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 5000 THRIFTY GREEN STAMPS Given with the purchase of one of our top quality used cars '59 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury 2-door hardtop. A real beauty. All power equipped $2095 '59 HILLMAN 4-door sedan. A real sharp economical car $ 895 '58 CROWN Imperial, 4-door hardtop. Immaculate. All power equipped $2595 57 FORD V8 Fairlane 500. 2-door sedan. A beautiful one owner car equipped with automatic transmission, radio, heater .. $1095 '56 PLYMOUTH V8 4-door Suburban. All power equipped beautiful one-owner car $1095 DON MORRIS Your PLYMOUTH, VALIANT, CHRYSLER and IMPERIAL Dealer Front & Laurel Sts. GA 3-4784 16 2-21-47 i I ii i i f i it 1 1 I i ii II u uu (UP TO $331 LESS THAN OTHER COMPACTS) (HOLDS UP TO $617 MORE OF ITS VALUE THAN OTHER COMPACTS) BASED Oil THESE 2 FACTS i mmmmm mm m I' I f II UVIU i I III E 1 E 1 f J MOTORS tf GA 3-5250 SPECIALLY PRICED FOR QUICK SALE TRIUMPH TR-3 SPORTS $1295 This car is in excellent condition and carries a warranty. BETTER BUY- -FROM FRY FRY'S IMPORTED CARS 644 Ocean St. GA 3-2697 16-2-21-tf WANT A NEW VOLKSWAGEN? ONLY $259.20 Down Payment Plus Sales Tax and License ONLY $51.16 per Month Overseas deliveries arranged IRV GOULD MOTORS VOLKSWAGEN SALES SERVICE TEMPORARY LOCATION 215 Washington St. GA 6-3220 16-2-17-tf $$$ CASH $$$ $$ ON THE SPOT $$ FOR YOUR CAR We buy Used Cars. . . . Any make Any model STU ARMIT FORD SALES 1999 Soquel Ave. GA 3-4550 16-2-15-tf 1958 CHEVROLET V8 Wagon. Powerglide, Radio, heater, reasonable. GA 6-3439 after 5 p.m. 16-2-19-47 TAKE over payments. '56 Oldsmo-bile 98, 4-door Hardtop, full power, GA 3-6827 after 5:30. 16-2-22-47 '60 FORD Fairlane 500, 6 cylinder 2- door Sedan, Ford-O-Matic, good economy car, low mileage, $1895. GR5-10. 162-24-49 1957 FORD. 4-door. 8-cylinder Cus-om 300 with overdrive. Excellent condition. One owner. $945. GA 3- 8507. 16-2-24-52 CHRYSLER, '53 De luxe Sedan, original throughout. Only 41,000 miles, $425. GA 6-4420. 16-2-24-52 49 FORD, stock car. Minus the engine and transmission, $50. EO 6-4146. 16-2 24-52 Ethel Greenamyer Dies In Mariposa Mrs. Ethel Greenamyer, a for mer long-time resident of Santa Cruz, died yesterday in a Mariposa hospital. She had been active in the First Congregational church when she lived here. Funeral services wil be con ducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Mariposa funeral home. j She is survived by her husband, ! Charles Greenamyer; five sons and two daughters. Effie M. Ayer Dies In Hospital Effie M. Ayer, 69. a native of California and a resident of Santa Cruz for the last eight years since she moved here from Davenport, died today in a local hospital. She had lived in Davenport for 20 years. She was a member of Santa Cruz Lodge 623, Neighbors of Woodcraft, auxiliary. She is survived by her husband, Edward Ayer of Santa Cruz; a daughter, Edith Francisco of Redwood City; a brother, Fred Wolfe of Philo, Calif.; a sister, Bessie Redwood of San Francisco, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conduced Monday at 2 p.m. in the Wessendorf and Thai chapel with Dr. Heber St. Clair Mahood officiating. Inurnment will follow in the IOOF crematory. Josephine Pena Rites Planned Josephine Pena, 80, a native of Lakeport, Calif., and a resident of Santa Cruz since 1938 when she moved here from Winters, died yesterday in her home at 116 Mountain View avenue after a long illness. She was a member of the Presbyterian church in Winters. She is survived by her husband, Marfeo Pena of Santa Cruz; a son, Frank Pena of Porterville; a sister, Mrs. Ray Pratt of Delano; a grandson, Douglas Pena of Porterville, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. in the Wessendorf and Thai chapel with Rev. J. Bernard Corneliussen, pastor of the First Congregational church, officiating. Interment will follow in the Oakwood Memorial park. LUMUMBA'S SONS ARE INVITED TO POLAND Warsaw, Poland (P) Boy Scouts in Lodz have invited the children of slain ex-Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba to vacation in Poland, the Polish press agency Pap reports. ion-Sectarian otb ,o ALL FAU"3 Inni e I you to plan in advance . . . PARK BURIAL or MEW MAUSOLEUM (crematory amiable) For full informatfna Telephone GA 6-160! least expensive compacts you can own ALONE . . . '"''. r , ... J Law jmm t - i shown 4-Dr. Sedan -' is now one of the w-JJ: v. i HERE ARE THE COMFJ HOLDS $ 66.00 MORE COMET HOLDS $196.00 MORE COMET HOLDS $222.00 MORE COMET HOLDS $347.00 MORE COMET HOLDS $546.00 MORE wtttw' IT" i szr DON MORRIS TOP QUALITY USED CARS 1958 RAMBLER 6. 4-door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission. Real Sharp $1295 1957 FORD V8 Country Sedan (4-door Station Wagon). Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission. A beautiful, locally owned car $1295 1957 VOLVO, 4-DOOR Sedan. Radio, Heater $895 1957 CROWN IMPERIAL. A Beautiful, one owner car, all power equipped. Don't miss this one $2295 1955 NASH Metropolitan. For real economy $445 1954 HUDSON 6, 4-door Sedan ..$395 1954 DE SOTO 6, 4-Door Sedan $395 1953 CHRYSLER Windsor 6, 4-Door Sedan $395 1953 RAMBLER, 2-Door Hardtop $395 1953 RAMBLER Station Wagon $395 1952 CHEVROLET De L ;xe, 4-Door Sedan. Real Sharp $295 1951 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe .$195 1949 DODGE Coupe $150 OPEN SUNDAYS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE FROM 12:30 to 5 P.M. DON MORRIS Your Plymouth, Valiant, Chrysler and Imperial Dealer FRONT and LAUREL STREETS PHONE GA 3-4784 16-2-19-tf '59 LARK 6, automatic shift, 2-door Sedan. New car condition, electric wipers. Climatizer heater, radio, tinted windshield whitewaMs, low mileage, $1650 cash. GR 5-2396. 16-2-24-48 JEEP WANTED, Four-wheel drive, open, must stand mechanic's inspection. Pay up to $800. Write Ad Box 46, S. C. Sentinel. 16-2-21-55 53 OLDSMOBILE 98, convertible, full power, radio and heater, 450. 207 Escalona Dr., Capitola, 5:30. 16-2-22-50 5 PLYMOUTH V8 2-door Hardtop. Radio, heater, new brakes, battery, tires, re-built '57 engine. 650. GR 5-3214, J6-2-23-48 fn flu! rml nnrnnf Una imh - - ' W61 COMET-THt PROVED SUCCESS. Model RESALE FIGURES OF ITS VALUE THAN COMPACT A OF ITS VALUE THAN COMPACT B OF ITS VALUE THAN COMPACT C OF ITS VALUE THAN COMPACT D OF ITS VALUE THAN COMPACT E top AND WAIT TILL YOU GET OUR DEAL! YouH zrt a buy to crow abouta deal on the top compact. What a car! Fine-car styling long, lean and crisp. Family-size room for 6 and a heap of luggage. Big-rar ride Comet's longer wheelba; and refined suspension give it a ride that many standard-sizo-car owners would envy. (Yet Comet handles like a tricycle.) Two zippy, economy engines to choose from. 2- and 4-door sedans and wagons take your pick. Conin in today drive happily ever after. Boied oi o coiioamon ol oil mfr. sgqi5ted retail prlcM. 'Based on mfn.' wgqfsted retail prices and Automo'lve Marit Report flgtiroi. PALOMAR GARAGE, INC. 3-5454 FRONT STREET GA 711

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