The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on July 16, 1955 · 16
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I'' l 1 i i Page 16 us Farm Group Turns Out Early For Soviet Tour MOSCOW—AP—Demonstrating an old farm tradition a 12 man American agricukural delegation rolled out of bed early this morning to begin a one month visit to the Soviet Union After a briefing by Walter Walmsley United States charge d'affaires at the American embassy the visitors headed for the Soviet ministry of agriculture to open discussions with their hosts The American farm representatives arrived at the Moscow airport last night Russians Greet Party They were met by A L Bovin deputy minister of agriculture and nine other Russians Bovin welcomed the Americans told them the Russians admired 'American agriculture achievements and said the Soviets hope to learn much from them He also said he hopes a similar Russian farm delegation due in New York today will get a like welcome in the United States Dr W V Lambert dean of agriculture at the University of Nebraska and leader of the group said he hoped the Americans and Russians can learn from each other and 'improve relations between our two countries" The Americans will leave for a tour of Soviet farms next week Editor On Trip Members of the delegation Include Lauren K Soth editorial page director of the Des Moines Register and Tribune who wrote an editorial several months ago suggesting Russian farmers visit Iowa if they want to know how to grow corn and hogs - Other members include Ralph Ainslee Olsen of Ellsworth Iowa Charles J Hearst of Cedar Falls Iowa W E Reed of Greensboro NC David Gale Johnson of Chicago Ferris S Owen of Newark Ohio John M Steddom of Granger Iowa Asa V Clark of Pullman Wash Herbert V Pike of Whiting Iowa John M Jacobs of Phoe-1 nix Ariz and J M Kleiner of Nampa Idaho Agriculture Delegates Arrive From Russia NEW YORK—AP—A 13 man delegation of top Soviet agricultural leaders arrives here by plane en route to Iowa and other farm states After a day in New York the group will move on to study American farm techniques with a view to applying them in the Soviet Union which is having serious farm difficulties Meanwhile a 12 man Amen-can group arrived last night Russia to observe farm methods there and possibly give some advice on how to raise corn and! hogs The Russian group is the first high level non diplomatic Soviet delegation to come here for observation and travel with the blessing and encouragement! of the United States Govern-I ment since the cold war began in 1946 1 There is not a s single dirt farmer in the whole Russian group though some of its mem-I hers may very well have started' life that way It includes some of the highest powered government agricultural executives of the Soviet Union Heading the Russian delegation is Vladimir Matskevich first deputy minister of Soviet agriculture His position is equivalent to that of the leading assistant secretary of agriculture in the United States Government Here in New York to meet the Russian farm experts on behalf of the United States Agriculture Department is Assistant Secretary Earl L Butz Hew Laws Affect Civil Service Jobs Evon L Wilson United States Civil Service Commission secre F federal civil service examinations in important ways For the 41 job classifications for which the commission 'laccepting applications and the hundreds of classifications for which boards of United States Civil Service examiners are ac cepting applications entrance pay is increased 7!'i per cent for classified positions and the maximum age limit for all jobs is eliminated Pay for positions now open In unclassified trades type positions is set by wage boards according to prevailing rates in each locality Wilson pointed out that although there are no maximum age limits applicants must meet' citizenship physical and experience and training qualification requirements Applications for draftsmen will be accepted from 17 year olds Information and application forms on various jobs open in federal agencies in Sacramento and elsewhere in the western states may be obtained from Wilson at the civil service win dow in the Sacramento Post-office lobby LI 1- r-:1" I !:7w 1 amzElemarrtobavpds -rwittetmm4043011 rtftatk61177114-'" - t410:: LOFTY WORK—Sid Knorr of 7540 Frultridge Road displayed supreme indifference as he painted an 80 foot flag- I pole in the circle between the state law library and state office building No 1 - Bee Photo Disneyland Park Dedication Is Slated Tomorrow ANAHEIM — AP — A corps of 2500 workers is finishing the colossal task of converting 160 acres of orange grove into a fabulous park called Disneyland where yesterday's tomorrows and dreams will be brought to life - The unique $17000000 park and fair will be dedicated tomorrow before 22000 invited guests and will be opened to the public starting at 10 AM Monday Host Walt Disney will be there of course along with Governor Goodwin Knight of California and others The opening ceremonies will be telecast by ABC from 4:30 to 6 PM (Pacific Daylight Saving Time) with Fess Parker (Davy Crockett) Art Link letter and Irene Dunne among the celebrities ' participating It has been a rush job finishint: Disneyland in time for the grand opening Jobs such as lighting and painting have been lignung anti painting nave been on a 24 hour basis the past few New Laws Affect weeks One worker said they would probably be painting right up to Civil Service Jobs the time of the telecast The hub of Disneyland is an Evon L Wilson United States old fashioned city park with the Civil Service Commission secre- realms of Fantasy land Fron- tary in Sacramento reports re- tierland Adventure land and To- cent legislation has affected imorrowland fanning our from It is estimated that at least a day will be required to see everything in the park including scores of exhibits of industrial firms The park also will feature a miniature oldtime railway a Mark Twain paddle-wheeler a rocket trip to the moon a ride to Neverland in Peter Pan's galleon and numerous other attractions 'Stuff' turns Out To Be Marijuana 8ALISBURY Md—AP—Mon ris McPherson arrested after his wife wondered in court about the "stuff he mashes up and smokes in his pipe was held today on narcotics charges Investigators said they came up with the evidence after Mrs Beulah McPherson went to the peoples court judge Fanny B Murphy for an assault warrant against her husband She said he acted "peculiar" and beat her "I don't know why he's so mean" she told the judge "I guess it's that stuff he mashes up and smokes in his pipe" The judge called for a sample of "that stuff" and federal narcotics agents reported it was marihuana Comment On Ballot cones agents reported It was marihuana Shows Poor Spelling PROVIDENCE RI — AP — Broadway Niwants Vote as you desire but no com ment please Sets Parley Report The Rhode Island election Robert Peebles district lieu-board yesterday threw out one! tenant governor for Kiwanis ballot cast in last Tuesday's will address the Kiwanis Club of special election 1Greater Broadway at its noon The ballot was unmarked meeting Monday at 2722 L save for the earthy commentStreet scrawled across the face: Ile will report on the Inter "Fooney bunch of bums" national Kiwanis Club enliven The board agreed the spelling tion held recently in Cleveland was atrocious Ohio LONG BEACH— AP —Brazil which lost last year's Miss Universe contest by two extra inches on the hips is taking no chance this time The current Miss Brazil has 35 inch hips among the slimmest in the contest Today a spokesman for the Brazilian' contest sponsors confirmed that the Rio de Janeiro judges looked hipward this year 38 Inch Rips At the close of last year's contest one of the judges told' the Associated Press that blond Martha Rocha of Bahia would have won had she not had 38 inch hips There was an unprecedented triple tie vote before awarding the crown to Miss South Carolina "We in Brazil like our women a little hippy" the spokesman said "but we figured if the Miss Universe judges don't like them that ways well we'll send them slim" England's Pick England too picked its entrant to conform to American standards Miss England who could wear Marilyn Monrcre's bathing Suit without alterations was blasted in the British press as not a typical English looker Margaret Rowe a 19 year old brunet cockney wants to stay in Hollywood "English moviemakers don't 'want their actresses glamorous —they lean much more to the conservative" said Miss Rowe Looks Like Someone Else "Everybody says I look like someone else" she added "Since I've been here they've corn By James Bacon SEQUOIA SHOPPING CENTER FRANKLIN BLVD and FRUITRIDGE ROAD 5 4 k 3 Masked Men Rape Woman Tourist WELLS Nev — AP — Two masked men both carrying guns pounced upon two women tourists in a car yesterday raped one tied up both and dumped them out on the desert south of Wells Elko County Sheriff J C Harris ordered a four state alarm for the pair after one of the women freed herself and stumbled half nude onto Highway 93 and found aid Need Money for vacation? Sell those unwanted articles— books toys clothing tools etc quickly with a Bee Want Ad Dial GI 2-5011 before 5 PM to place your ad 3 lines 1 time only 96c Turn to Bee Classified Ads now (adv I THE SACRAMENTO BEE SATURDAY JULY 16 1953 Camera Cernered Brazil Is Taking No Chances— Murrow And 12 Beauty Has Only 35 Inch Hips T - OthersAreUnhurt var PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 1Pvt117 FREE ' COFFEE AHD SPOUTS FREE BALLONS FOR THE KIDDIES r FREE N Davy Crockett Hats To Any Child Accompanied By His Parents! pared me with Elizabeth TaylorlJ 10 Jane Russell Silvano Mangano i n lane Mishap and Jean Simmons It 1 look like so many of those glamor YAKIMA Wash --UP— ous people I guess I'll do all right" Northwest Airlines plane can If past history means any ing CBS news commentator 1 thing today is the clay the girls ward R Murrow and 12 ott start faiting Usually they get by on nerve for the first day passengers crash landed in or two then the excitement hits pasture near Yakima last nig them when photographers pose tearing off part of the wil them for the panorama bathing but all aboard escaped injury suit shot on the beach A corn "It was a good landing bination of sun heat and excite- cause everybody walked aw ment usually keels three or from it" said Murrow His w four and 9 year old son Casey a YAKIMA Wash —UP— Al Northwest Airlines plane carrying CBS news commentator Edward R Murrow and 12 other passengers crash landed in a pasture near Yakima last night tearing off part of the wing but all aboard escaped injury- "It was a good landing because everybody walked away from it" said Murrow His wife and 9 year old son Casey also were aboard the craft Pilot Jack Taylor of Seattle said he had to crash land the two englned DC3 after a sudden wind shift caused it to dip badly as he approaaied the airport for a landing He made the landing about a half mile from the airport The plane stopped only 30 feet from a clump of trees Al Josephson of Norfolk Va another passenger said "I thought we were goners when saw those trees ahead" Airline officials said the wingl section apparently was torn off when the plane hit a power' pole on the edge of the pasture Pain Did Not Come From Wooden Leg HOUSTON— AP —Aaron Ole: zier told the police he did not mind when a friendly stranger sat on his wooden leg during a conversation but he did mind missing his billfold containing $65 after their chat AVIEMOMINEEMIN VegasSpotTossesComodian 'Ho Handyman Mr Peepers For Sour Show tel 1 LAS VEGAS Nev—AP—Theitiations are under way to buyiBlames Insult In management said Wally Cox up the mild mannered be-I laid an egg and he admitted: spectacled comedian's contract "They were displeased" Thus the Dunes Hotel and13 television's Mr Peepers came to Are Sentenced professional parting of the ways after three performances of a scheduled four week floor For Drunk Driving show engagement The hotel said it will an- Charles Wilson of 2100 I nounce a replacement Street and Andrew Bulloch of The comedian showed up for 1121 9th Street were sentenced last night's show even though in the municipal court to pay hotel officials had previously 8250 fines or serve 50 day jail told him his $44000 appearance sentences and Joseph Novak of was cancelled They shooed him 3203 3nd Avenue was sentenced away to pay $350 or serve 90 days "They wouldn't let me go on" following their convictions on he reported drunk driving charges The Four Tunes were pro- Wilson was arrested May moted from an appearance in a 28th on Jibboom Street Bullock Dunes cocktail lounge to help June 19th at 10th Street and singer Eileen Barton put on Broadway and Novak June 6th last night's program Cox didn't at 6th and L Streets see the show He returned to his room instead r He said he made an appear- Young Par e n ontinues ance at show time because they Penny A Kiss Routine hadn't "given me anything writ- ten" He was fired after three OKLAHOMA CITY—AP—Mr shows of what was to be a two and Mrs James L Farrow a a night four week appearance young Oklahoma City couple at $11000 a week Al Gottes- man hotel vice president and took that song A Penny A Kiss entertainment chief said Cox to heart and got married three flopped years ago by saving $60 in pen Asked if this were true he flies for the wedding licence replied: and a honeymoon "I don't know I guess so Mr and Mrs Farrow showed They were displeased" up yesterday with another batch Gottesman said that Cox was of pennies to open a bank acfired after the audience sat count for their 1 year old daughstony faced through the first ter Theresa Sue show Thursday night He pre- The couple also bought a viously had completed two house shows for the opening night "But not with pennies" Mrs crowd Wednesday Farrow laughed "We've got 30 The hotel official said nego- years to pay for it" Sacramento Californfn Woman's Slaying NEW YORK — AP — Marlon Gaillard a stocky young hotel maintenance man was charged with homicide today in the death of Adlyn Woodington 5 road company actress and ward robe mistress The 20 year old father of a month old son told the police he beat the attractive graying woman after she failed him "dirty" names Miss Woodington's mutilated body was found Thursday in her lith floor room in the Hotel Chesterfield in the heart of the theater district A leather belt was wrapped around her neck Her jaw was fractured and several teeth were broken She had been stabbed with a pair of small scissors Gaillard said he accidentally brushed against Miss Woodington in the corridor and was 'called a dirty name Angered he knocked at the woman's door and said the actress insulted him again He then started to beat her Christian Endeavor Picks '57 Parley Site COLUMBUS Ohio—UP—The Christian Endeavor Union ' in convention here announced to day its 1957 international con vention will be In Portland Ore Iii OIR!! New Stock-- Name Brands AT DARIVIG PRICES 0000 o CHECK THESE: EL Warehouse Regular ' Sales Price Cory l'OFFEE AlAKER Wags $349 8 cup S591 Tclechcon CLOCKS $495 $279 HAMILTON BEACH $1295 MIXETTES Cal-Tlak CAMP CHAIRS Aluminum frame $175 DULAVE FRY0-MATS 52915 Sunbeam SPRINKLERS RAINKING Int lodes 54) Foot Plastic Hole FREE Cosen BRIDGE TABLES De lake Case° STEP Stools 51175 THERMOS JUG with Spout Gallon $525 5 ft high YARD LAMPS with Metal Stake $795 Barbecue Stainless Steel ADJUSTABLE GRILL S595 IVP Manning Bowman ELECTRIC FANS MIS TV BUYS 21" TABLE MODEL 317915 27" CONSOLE Mahogany 359995 $29995 AIR CONDITIONERS 14 Ton Deluxe MR CONDITIONER $19995 Demonstrator 12 Ton Deluxe MR CONDI- TIONER 424945 $16995 WATFR COOLERA— $1995 New from REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS $349 $279 $1295 4-$395 $1695 $395 $695 $695 $349 $549 $699 $399 $9995 7 Co Ft Fair width 45-lb FREEZER g-Year Warranty sig995 $14995 With Your Old Refrigerator 11 01 Ft DAIRY CHFST Cold Seal Freezer Door $27995 With Your Old Refrigerator WASHERS AND DRYERS ARC SEMI AUTOMATIC 99 9 M 5 WASHER S' ARC GAS CRVER Model BO SM'S $17500 HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS NOT LISTED! RANGES Apartment Size G E - $5950 AS RANG SiTO 36" $8450 GAS RAG NE HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS NOT LISTED! ' PRICES ALSO APPLY AT' OUR NORTH SACRAMENTO STORE! 2030 DEL PASO BOULEVARD i :-—z1 ' ''44kositlit(10"' - L-1-- k s PARKING I' By His t '4 IIA SHOPPING CENTER ' It Parents! '4 BLVDand FRUITRIDGE ROAD ittel - 011 Lel ed he ea ng im :ed in tel he )ed ?tit !en all Ily ng vas the the He in to !on nd ' t 4 4 s I 1 0 ) ) r ) 5 D - s - - D Is 11110"14Nia i ' ' '' ' i 1 1 12 rfTy TN tot a " rk A It rtPTIrs TS 7 7-1 et a rrtv rIN In a yr TT ye 11 et a A do t ! I ' A 140 t:Ir 41 I - : tt - ' ihathing Suit without alterations 'ar'four'll -°- -"J"' '''''' section apparently was torn ott m l the pair after one of ti p entertainent chief said Cox to heart and got married three Angered he knocked at th the women freed herself and ---- e !' was blasted in the British press flopped years ago by saving $60 in pen woman's door and said the whtt '- 1 ' ' as not a typical English looker stumbled half n u e d on o g t Hi h pole on the edge hit 0 ftt a h ep pasture Asked if this were true he flies for the wedding licence actress insulted him again He Margaret Rowe a 19 year old wa 93 and found aid replied: and a honeymoon then started to beat her i ' brunet cockney wants to stay "I don't know I guess so Mr and Mrs Farrow showed ! 1 y 1 in Hollywood Pain Did Not Come They were displeased" up yesterday with another batch Christian Endeavor ? From Wooden I e g j "English moviemakers don't Need 3Ione y for vacation Gottesman said that Cox was of pennies to open a bank ac- n want Sell those unwanted articles- HOUSTON-AP-Aaron Gla- fired after the audience sat count for their 1 year old daugh Picks '57 Parley Si Site 1 their actresses glamorous ' I ! -they lean much more to the books toys clothing tools etc zier told the police he did not stony faced through the first ter Theresa Sue COLUMBUS Ohio-UP-The conservative" said Miss Rowe quickly with a Bee Want Ad mind when a friendly stranger show Thursday night He pre- The couple also bought a 'Christian Endeavor Union ' in pt- Looks Like Someone Else Dial GI 2-5011 before 5 PM to sat on his wooden leg during a viously had completed two house convention here announced to - postrxx !yekia ' 'Everybody says I look like place your ad 3 lines 1 time conversation but he did msindIshozows for the opening riig1t !'f‘B:74:41 nt oztitlrh1rion pennies Mr s day its 1957 international con ----'-1-2-'! someone else" se" she added "Since only 96e Turn to Bee Classified missing his billfold containing crowd Wednesday Farrow laughed "We've got 30 venti will be in Portland t"I"4----- 11111 1-'1'!"-mVill rye been here they've corn Ads now' (adv $65 after their chat The hotel official said nego- years to pay for it" Ore oiLl ' i t ' 411En ws -cis 1k14z A L t A AA " -- -- t- - -2V44-1!"---N1eLA 4- ' ' ' c -?"-? t' " $ -110-ic---- -!- '$-- ' I - A t--t ' 4 g":4'414&56 ''' ''"' 4 ' 3 4 A ' t'l i1414 1 k ' :i' g 1 lir tSks? P ' ' 'fi: A At 4 11 W'j' '' '5' :' ij "44''o 4': sO ' ipT' A i'"r ‘ efl' -114AA C"1 f J' ?'4 1 4 I t'-o 1 ' : E I k11 Tv '!"( 1 1 1 ' I O Al t ER 1 1 di 1 0 SI EP Crill kicalel irlipp :''' ' f 0 y4 0 0 1117nisolli) 0 1 4-'' I 1 t'il it zill‘ Jr 0 ' '' ' 1 ' 441401Aczi:: 414'I1 x i - 4 '" '' A- " t it 1 i V "!&11k! if eP44it! '-11-i'l0'14Piksi:vi'lIf ' 11 t''I' mit ' - r - 41 too v1A-1k' ' ao 4 4b it '''444145: Ci!4'It- rb:1 - 7t-1-'1 Cb ' 'Z'AT 4 20 I N ew Stock eHr - it f‘ot ir atir 1 pri2aL?t 1 r ‘ tt4i Ivt40rr11 sto "be 111P 4 ' - ''''''' 4' f 1 ' -71-'r:t447 ' at 4 4 ' 44104A16 ae AO 041 ' jilk‘C"aV 1 V Irr -- Hanle Brands LOFTY WORK-Sid Knorr - AT of 7540 Frultridge Road dis-1 played supreme indifference : 11 as he painted an 80 foot flag-1 !! ' 11 pole in the circle between the ! 1 ARIII1G ' state law library and state - r office building No 1 ' li I D 1 I Bee Photo - Disneyland Park 1 - P A ' Dedication Is 4 RICES r Slated Tomorrow - 00000 ANAHEIM - AP - A corps s10:su of 2500 workers is finishing the : - "-J'L t colossal task of converting 160 1-'- ' 2nrIFSP! !acres of orange grove into a (HECK THESE 4 fabulous park called Disney- t- 4- 29:-i 4 'tt Warehouse ' land vvhere yesterday's --"- Regular The unique $17000000 park Sales Price rows and dreams will be dr '4 1 frI: -! 1 4 Cory l'OEFEE !brought to life - - 't ' s-SII4-- - GEilERAL 4 f ' ' 'r 11 MAKER Glass -4 8 cup 1 3 S591 $349 morrow before 000 invite I - -42p Yli l l'- 4 ti: 4: c t Tefrchron rand fair will be dedicated to- $279 22d 1 ig:v " ' !- A CLOCKS -1 - !guests and WIll be opened to the V !- - ' (t e 7 "'''' $12 95 !- r' ELECT IC - " S495 RAAIIIII TON N public starting at 10 AM Mon ' 'll ' - i441 - :9'7 1 MIXETTES $11Ese day Ik a - 9 ft ' t 1 Cal-Tlak ' t I Host Walt Disney will be ‘vL! 1 CAMP CHAIRS !there of course along with t ' tzka t '1 Aluminum 4-$3 95 - !Governor Goodwin Knight of -V- !yt'ttt" - 0 t i 1E1El1Si-it till! t fr frame $17S r le DULAVE FRY- !California and others The of 7 t 1'4114404' -'' '''anft11"41t ' ''' 0-MATS SVPIS $1695 opening ceremonies will be tele- '''-olg$41'4 41' ' ss nir - - - f! grip4 0 ) 1 IF ago' 4t44 RA NK NG S$595 $395 ii Awa 1114 Sunbeam cast by ABC from 4:30 to 6 PM III t k It: lit ek i t sPlanitRselti NrcdK1 e::t ) RA FREE (Pacific Daylight Saving Time) 44 The Sc Set wtth ULTRAVISION with Fess Parker (Davy Crock- ett) Art Linkletter and Irene - - 4tZ1 t- )s L 1 "!? - ° ' ' ' 4 !Dunne among the celebrities 5 n''4':' : ' 4 ' - -bt4 t " '' bt b '''414 A t4 t 4 2 il i Erk 0 I I 1 I 4f ' a 1: 't (T7anTE!ZIDGE S1175 $695 participating ''4 tt - 17' I: '4' C t c ' A ' ' 0101Vglialt94403pult11Ate0-a'"'--:'- '-------- --A$ ' t'ç ' 4 i4t P '74:tq - C ' 4 " ' ' 7 il ''" N 41 ' "en STEP ' 44! 4- wt 4 Deluxe VIM $695 It has been a rush job finish- in Disneyland in time for the ---- 1r opz---77: -Ale ''''i-‘2''' 5yA:tIto41-- i ‘4 h S001111 grand opening Jobs such as ' ‘A44411 ''' ''"----------------- -IN ' - -- -k)o --- k I ' p pA q 1 IF ' ve' 4---IS't ' t '' 1 THERMOS lighting and painting have been -zibtik‘:- 1 0 0 IV i I - ' '-ci 0 II:ft Ga ' lion it 40' 06 JUG wh Spout $349 weeks ' on a 24 hour basis the past few i !--t 7 1"i I t 11 -- 04 A 7 One worker said they would t - t 1 1 a n It p i ing right up to - I ' - r i 4 !Its"' ' ' 11 ID '4 t lead' i - ' i i Si t 'Ili a tt k illi et litti geLh probably be paint t An 1M r S "IS sres $549 the time of the telecast !!' I' 14‘ 4:!-411 1 '''t ' ' Barbecue 4 The hub of Disneyland is an 0 N r-t? sodnie steel old fashioned city park with the 41! - '01 4 1 ' ADJUSTABLE At r 1)$Ie '1 0 GRILL 95 tierland Adventureland and To- i $699 I It" s9 Manning realms of Fantasyland Fron- - Iii''I ' iit 111&-47 '47 ' tFt41c iql 4 if Bowman s L i morrowland fanning out from "- A- r NO t f ib 1 'ELEC $399 it ts -a 't " 1 ' if' It I t f DOWN m -1 if l'i'v - - - FANS TRIC $595 Rif estimated that at least a : stir 4e4- ttioji 4 e ' ' r44"!471 seitil 11 Lti II ::I:' : ! I tei trt7 1 1 (r' 1 r TV BUYS exhits of day will be required to see i 12 p g i -!31 Azjitiif7 l't m"0"Dirti! 31 rim $9995 everything in the park includ- nig scores of bi indus - iLt -( A YI 4 PAYMENT rcl::-i ni ty 27" CONSOLE - trial firms The park also will -'4IO 44 tt!Z' ''''' '4440(-! ' -- Os- ' I 9 --4- 1 '- ' UP TO 36 --1 p t ItIr Mahogany' $59995 $29995 - 1 ' feature a miniature oldtime rail- !' -44'!-41 4!! l'ki AL jr r 4! way a Mark Twain paddle- (04'70” ' 'IL ' l'!': Alf ' AIR CONDITIONERS wheelqr a rocket trip to the gli4I!'‘7 t ':litt4-42'-'':'I 2001 7t"o"'I'i !'s 1 tk- -1 "'c'''CSI '7- -fr' MO TO t titist 1: 0- '- V1-----iiitcyit t moon a ride to Neverland in r-r(4t )t' tt gt i 1 De ITon nNe AIR Peter Pan's galleon and numer- 4------- cos orrioNEe $ 1 9995 I ous other attractions x- 1 ' ma PAY ' - Demonstrator - 12 Ton Deluge ' 1 Stuff' 'Turns Out AIR CONDD $16995 To Be Marijuana YOU CAN BUY so t I ' --- TIONER - SM'S WATER COOLERS- $19a95 ieft ' 8 ALISBURY Md-AP-for FAMOUS G-E New om t FREE fr ris McPherson arrested after I - -4 $175 I ! his wife wondered in court 1- 1 the ''stuff he mashes up TV FOR AS LI ' u ' II' o 4 COFFEE REFRIGERATORS about AND FREEZERS t and smokes in his pipe was Per Week i $ AHD SPUDHLITS iked:i:h:z4:5:(b17 A : held today on narcotics charges L Investigators said they came LOW AS till Buy Almost t FREE BA '‘ LLOS N Warranty $18995 $14995 W ith Your Old Refrigrator e up with the evidence after Mrs 't Y '1 11 Beulah McPherson went to the ' FOR THE peoples court judge Fanny B N Any Appliance ' - t Cu Ft DAIRY HE -44 Cold Seel C ST 'reeler Murphy for an assault warrant --'--"P t'I'4 or TV l -:) KIDDIES $779 95 Door S39995 n against her husband With Your Old Refrigerator n She said he acted "peculiar" I t"----- -S-4'- ' 0 and beat bet 1-orrev0-444r1 0'' - WASHERS AND n "I don't know why he's so I n mean" she told the judge "I lesossits DRYERS ' 1: rtries 'I i ' t'01 IS 1 - ' '41° ARC Firm' t guess it's that stuff he mashes i ' l 1 ' a !' t ' - ) i - II FREE AUTONCATIC $9995 t- up and smokes in his pipe" i 0 t 1 ' 1 WASH ER SM' 'rhe judge called for a sample t ' ' 'It" ' v 1 e':' ' PLENTY ABC GAS - Davy Crockett $ 1 06-1- - t ThRvIER $17500 of "that stuff" and federal nar- -s - Model MI $21995 cotics agents reported it vvas i '0 I 4 II I i! -- 1 s i 0 k OF Hats To Any HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS i marihuana 4 0 ' 4 a -2 -10! 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