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IS-Wed, March 25, 1964 Redlands DailY Facts School reforms needed Legislators impatient with unification delay By JACK JOHNSON Picific Coast News Service SACRAMENTO — Out of the confusion caused by more than a dozen major and minor education bills now before the legis lature are coming some definite conclusions which California Education had best heed. A rapidly growing pattern of were worked out by last September the Legislature granted a years extension. One immediate effect of t h e Unruh proposal, and others like it, is to prepare the legislature for withstanding any additional extensions to the master plan. \Vhile they might not be saying it out loud yet, many represen- impatience with local school dis-jtatives here are not going to tricts is becoming apparent on both sides of party lines. Some legislators are now making it openly known that financial in creases will be justified only if school districts "clean house' themselves. Speaker Jesse Unruh (D-Los Angeles) startled the educators when he introduced Assembly Bill 46 to set up 50 charter city districts and 58 countywide school systems. Solid Opposition Reaction was predictable and immediate. Educators, educational groups including teacher organizations and administrators and school board associations lined up at once solidly against the bill. However, a surprisingly strong showing in favor of the bill was made, led by financial experts from the Legislative Analysts office. These men — with no political or educational axes to grind — warned that the pres cnt system of school districts in California is unwieldly and is too often wasting taxpayers funds: Spokesmen for the California Manufacturers Assn. also supported some principles of t h e bill. Even some teachers and administrator groups stepped forward to applaud the bold step forward offered by Unruh. Must Reorganize Whether or not the Speaker ever intends his countywide bill as a serious solution he did make his point dear once and for all. "Educators must reorganize so that the tax dollar is more equitably spent and a basic well rounded schooling sys tern made available to all of Uie state's youth," Unruh said. He and spokesmen for other organizations pointed out that many local districts have been "dragging their feet" since 1959 when the master plan for liigher education was adopted in California. Under this plan all districts in California should have prepared and submitted unifica tion proposals to their local electorate by Sept. 15, 1963. However, when 44 counties still reported areas where no vote for additional time and may be inclined to support legislation allowing the state to man- datorially set up unified districts in areas where local districts cannot get together. The second important result of radical reorganization bills such as Unruh's is to make the countywide tax plan seem less radical. No matter what they may say locally, educators who last week sat in on explanations of how the present 1583 districts were to be cut to 108 in four months can't generate the shock pre- \'iously displayed over countywide taxing. A number of the bills now before the legislature would in elude major increases in aid for schools without reforms. These loo may have rougher trips along the governmental trail because of the early bold move by Unruh. The feeling here is growing day by day that if the state must come up with methods to support the expanding school systems, those systems are go ing to have to operate as efficiently as possible, local con trol or not. Deke Slayton wanfs on space flights list MAN AND SPACE By ALVIN B. WEBB JR. HOUSTON (UPI)—A lot of fingers are crossed for Deke Slayton. The fime is near when more U.S. astronauts will be named for flights into space. Donald Kent Slayton is an astronaut— and be has a fervent desire to be on that list. The friends and admirers of Deke Slayton are legion. Theirs is the opinion that, if it takes a certain amount of what is po litely referred to as intestinal fortitude to volunteer as an astronaut, it must take more of the same to find out you are a grounded astronaut without quitting in discguest. Slayton is a robust, muscu lar, handsome man, almost the picture of health. He is a sharp flier, an astute student of space who has stood up - well under the years of training, of hours in vacuum chambers and "hot rooms," of weeks in desert and jungle survival courses that made him a top-qualified astronaut But among the naUon's 29 spacemen, Deke Slayton is a man apart. Only something as supersensitive as an electrocardiograph could note the differ ence. To the layman, the squiggles of that machine mean noth ing; to doctors, they told another story. Deke Slayton's heart occasion- plans ally flutters. It is a minor ail­ ment, shared by perhaps mil lions of other Ameicans. In the astronaut's own words, it "just like having one blue eye and one brown eye. The doctors did not see it that way, and groujded him from any space flights in Project Mercury. What was more agonizing, the action was taken after Slayton's selection to ride the next Mercury capsule after the orbital flight of John H. Glenn Jr. in 1963. When Project Mercury ended last year, six U. S. astronauts of the original seven-man team had made cither orbital or sub­ orbital trips aboard a rocket. The seventh, Deke Slayton, was still wailing. There is not one ounce of the quitter in the veins of astronaut Slayton. With dogged determin ation, he stayed with the space program in quest of the chance to prove he could still help. He resigned from the Air Force after more than 17 years of service because, in his words "I feel I have a better chance for space flight as a civilian." He took over as a "coordinator" in the astronaut program. He continued the gruelling training—the long hours of simulator tests, the hot trips to the desert to learn how to survive an emergency landing, the cold expeditions to the Grand Can- Opposes justice court abolishment (Continued from Page 11) government, there is frequently a considerable time from authorization to final effect When it is found that undesirable results have followed, the harm con tinues until corrected. Consider prohibition, it's effects, and finally, it's repeaL The people who are aware of the abolition of justice couri^s are preponderantly opposed to it, but far too few of the people are aware of it and they do not tmderstand the full implica tions. While government has the obligation to provide speedy and correct administration of jus tice, government has a superior obligation to preserve all other rights of free people. The means to serve one obligation of this government cannot be right when that means destroys the means to serve other obligations. To every agency of govern ment, local and state, and to the people of the state especially we urge the most careful reconsideration. The abolishment of justice courts is not consistent with sound policies of government. The abolishment of justice courts is not consistent with the best interests of our free people. Copy Deadline 4:30 p.m. CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 2 lines. S averaKe worri« to the line. 33 letters and spaces. Do not abbreviate. ITime 3 Times 6 Times 2 Une»_ 3 Lincs_ 4 Lines- 5 Lines_ 6 Ur.es_ 7 Lines. 8 Lines. 9 Lines- _S1.00 . 1.00 . 1.00 . 1.2S . 1 JO . 1.75 . 2.00 . 2.25 S1J2 1^ 2.6* 3.30 3.96 4.62 S.2S 5.94 6.S0 10 Lines 2.50 Per Month by the line—S3.50 Commercial Hates on Request CLASSIFICATION INDEX Lost and Found Personals Special NoUces Employment Wanted . Help Wanted . J2.40 3.ti0 4.80 6.00 7.20 8.40 9.60 10 .811 12.00 2 Personals MATURE lady living alone wishes woman companion. WUl give room rent and kitchen privileges free No worlt. 793-5703. Schools - Instructions _ Nurseries - Day Schools Room and Board . For Rent , Wanted to Kent Bargain Spot Business Services Musical Instruments Real Estate t.oans— Money to Loan Money Wanted . Mortgages - Trust Deeds Business Opportunities Income Property Beach - Mountain Industrial Property Lots and Acreage Real Estate Exchanges— Groves and Ranches Real Estate Wanted. Commercial Property Houses for Sale... Mobile Homes - TraUers , I'rucks - Trailers Automotive Imported Cars 1 _ 2 3 4 «i _ 7 S — 9 _ 10 _ 13 _ 15 _ 22 _ 28 _ 40 _ 41 _ 42 _ 43 _ 44 _ 47 _ 48 _ 49 _ 50 51 _ 52 _ 53 _ 54 _ 53' _ S8 59 _ 60 .60A DEADLINES Private party ads —4:30 p.m. day preceding publication. Commercial Ads — 3 p.m. day pre. ceding publication. 3 Special Hotices SEWING machine and vacuum clean cr repairing. Also new Singer zig lag. S99J0. Phone TU 9-0425. AVAILABLE soon to hignest bidder, 150 plus shares Bear Valley Water .stoclc Box 372. Riverside. WMOLESALB "TO THE PUBLIC United Beauty & Barber Supplies 15 W. State St. 793-2758 4 Employment Wanted PRACTICAL nurse, good reference. Own transportation. 796-0453. CARPENTER, cabmet worlc. remodel. paint, by hour. Tony Smit 792-1113. PAINTLW — A-1 workmanship. iS^ sonable. -Bob" DeWitt. 793-3722. CARPENtEk worK, repairs or remodeling, by hour. 793-4016. YARD work wanted; ' experienced, re- or montii. Call work liable: by day 792-2669. ljl>JDS(iAfE GARDENER Experienced. A-t work. Contract by hour, week, month. 793-1176. 6 Help Wanted Seeks new beach facility SACRAMENTO (UPI) Assemblyman Hale Ashcraft, R- Rancho Santa Fe. Tuesday introduced a resolution asking the state Department of Beaches and Parks to study the feasibility of establishing a public beach on the Camp Pendleton shore line in San Diego Coun ty. Ashcraft said Uiat Uie U.S. Marines have indicated that some of the camp's shore line may be available under a long term lease, Ashcraft said. ABBREVIATIONS Readable and untrersUndable ads promote greater results. The use ol any except standard abbreviations In Classified Advertisements is false economy, therefore only Standard Abbreviations arc authorized. ERRORS Where an error Is made on the part of the Redlands DaUy Facts, and the Facta is noUfied by 9 a.m. day following first Insertion, correction wUl be made and the ad WIU be run properly one additional day. The Redlands DaUy Facts will not be responsible for more than one in correct insertion. geologic formations. The space agency was asked recently whether Slaj-ton's grounding in Mercury applied to his role in Project Gimini, which will send two-man teams of U. S. asUronauts into earth orbit starting in 1965. The answer was "He is not grounded for Gemini." Slayton is again eligible for a berth aboard a space capsule. Now, the next question is: Will he be chosen? This is one Uie space agency refuses to answer just now — except to point out that the so called "fibrillation" of liis heart yon's depths to study rocks and lis still there. CANCELLATION Cancellations of private party adi may be made until 9 a.m. the day of publication. If made after 9 a.m. cancellation win be made for the fol lowing day. Each ad placed must be published one time or there wUl be a type set- Ung cost of $1.00. PHONE 793-3221 Daily 8:00 a.m. to S p.m. 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon Satuniay Trading Stamp Directory S. & H. Green Stamps THE HARRIS CO. 17 E. State Phone 793-2366 •W*OEH«RK_CESISN TAKEN FROM TIUKS ^aiONS Of THE HISTO»lC.SOCinY.ef.WNe«Hl»£ ANO CH£SHI«, SOMEONE S WATCHING FOR YOUR AD When You Advertise In the Classified Columns of the Facts. Hundreds of potential buyers everyday turn to Facts Classified Ads to satisfy their wants and needs. They want to buy or tent, sell or trade. They want to hire • helper or find a Job or find a good home for surplus pets—and they turn to the Classified Section to find the ad that wUJ fill the bin for them. REAL EsUte salesman for Calimesa's land specialist Jim Talcott, the Land Man. 797-9153. REGISTERED nurse for vacation relief worlc in medical doctors offices. Write Box 41. Facts office. LADY for care of 4 year old in my home and 2 boys after school, light houseu*ork. CaU after 5:30 p.m. 792-7181. PART-TIME sccrcury work in Real Estate office. Morning hours. Pleas' ant working conditions. Use typewriter, take dictaUon, balance check book, run errands, etc PHIL LUKEI. Realtor. 793-2685. LIVE in domestic helper for retired homeowners in Banning. Good salary. Ixiard, private living quar lers, bathroom, TV.Phone 849-2334 roomings: 8 to 12; or evenings 5 to 8; or write P.O. Box 635, Ban ning. Calif. 10 For Rent A —APARTMENTS 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished. No children or pets. Newly decorated. 575. 12415 Rldgewood Dr.. Yucaipa. Brooicside Patios 711 Brookside NEW LUXURY APARTMENTS FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Private patios or balconies. Extra large rooms and closets. Free circulating hot water. Heated swim-| ming pool. Recreation area. OU street parking. 1 bedroom. S115: 2 bedrooms. 1 bath, from $130: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, S14a Manager. No. 8. 793-4275. Apartment Homes 1 & 2 bedrooms with 1 & 3 baths. Private balcony or poUo. Forced air heat. Dish, washer. Air conditioned. Built-in range, oven. FuUy draped, carpeted. Sound proofed. Across from Sage's. From ?125.00 Cypress Terrace. 323 E. Cypma ACROSS FROM SAGE'S 793-5376 7 Schools • Instructions TUTOR in Frencn or Russian. Don van Eman. M.A. (Harvard) 796.620L 9 Room and Board HOME atmosphere and cooking. Couples or singles. 792-2416. HOTEL CASA DEL KEY Retirement hotel for senior citizens, home cooking, friendly atmosphere. 302 Nordina St. Redlands. 792-9068. 10 For Rent Plantation House Apartments * 2 BEDROOMS 4 Carpeting * Drapes « Refrigerator * R-lnge ^ Retrigerative Cooling ^ Patio ^ Recreation Room The Finest in Apartment Living' 850 W. state Manager. Apt. 12 10 For Rent A-APARTMENTS 2 AND 3 room lurmshed apartments, $50 up per month, weekly rates. Swimming pool. Shady trailer space. $20 up. Mission Motel * TraUer Park. Hiway 99. 3 miles west of Redlands. Ted's Apartments New Completely Furnished 1 and 2 BEDROOMS Soundproofed, refrigerated air conditioning, heated pool, patio, automatic laundry, storage in carport. Gas and water included. 27385 W. Redlands Blvd. (Near Alabama) 793-367» 920-930 Stillman Ave, Is the Place to Live PATIO PARTMENTS 2 bedrooms, built-ins. air conditioned, carpeted, large private covered patios. Extra storage rooms. Near U. of R.. Sylvan Park, schools. Quiet area. S125 month. East on Cotton to Chapel St, turn right to StiUman. then right Manager. Apartment H. Devel-A-con, Inc. 336 Brookside 793-2518 Terrace Garden Apartments " Furnished or Unfurnished # 2 bedrooms ^ Private patios ^ Range Fenced Carpeting ^ Air-conditioning . Heated pool • Drapes > 1 story * Spacious rooms « 1200 sq. ft « $125 month Laundry facilities. Pets allowed. Mgr. NO. 3 142 THE TERRACE. REDLANDS A —APARTMENTS ROOM furnished apartment Adults, 533 Brookside. RfibECOBATED 1 bedroom, stove, refrigerator. $58. 792-3418. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom. buUt-ins, paUo. Adults. $87.50. 792-6005. 2 BEDRDO.M. unfurnished, $90. Near Sage's. Adults. No pets. 797-6641. BEDROOM furnished apartments. $65 and $70 per month. No pets, no children. 792-3841. HILL CREST INN Economy rooms and apartments. 725 Orange. Utilities paid.. 793-5698 ROOM furnished apartment. $90. Loma VisU Apartments, 20S W. Fern. or $38JO per month. Nice clean, unfur- nlshcd. 1 bedroom, water paid. 607 Lawton off Stuart 792-2722. LOVELY 2 bedroom. Glass doors to covered patio, garage, cooler, $85. 793-5108. 928 W. State. CSVid unfurnished 2 bedroom apartment Air conditioned, Hardwood floors. 634 Pine. 792-1104. DELUXE 2 bedroom, carpets, drapes, built-in range and oven. Carport with extra storage. SIOO. 792-6326. 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished. Stove and refrigerator. Pool, yard care. Water paid. S90. 792-6131 or 792-3360. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment. Ideal for retired couple or single person. $65 month. Call after 5:03. 793-5730. FUKKISHtlt) APAftTMENTS. weekly rates, S15 and up. monthly rates. $50 and up. utilities Included. Children welcome. 792-7585. 1123 West Palm. Apt 3. The Palmbrook New One Story Garden Apartments Country Club Style Living Secluded, but close in conveniences. Moderate prices from SU5. Large 1 and 2 bedrooms. 1 and 2 batlis. Carpets, drapes, built - in range, oven, sound-proofed, insulated. Soft water and circulating hot water. Carports. Individual garden plots. Private patios. Country Qub type recreation lounge. HEATED FOOL! No pets please. 950 PAUSROOK DRIVE (Near Ash and BrooksideV Resident Mgr. Apt 1 792-6928 TrtUNISHED. attracUvc, I bedroom unit in spacious court. Carport, storage, laundry facilities, pool and play area. Durrell, 924 E. Central. Unit P. 783-5785. NEW 2 bedroom apartments, coolinF. built-in range, disposal. Private patio, pullman bath. S90 a month. Sec manager. Apt C, 745 E. Brockton. 792-5755. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment, stove, $90 month. Heated swimming pool privileges and club house. 1316 Sylvan Blvd. See Manager Apt 792-3955. ffEw duplex apartments, furnished or unfurnished. See what we have to offer! $85 and up. No children under 12. 1121 Beryl St, Mcntone. "94-2411. COHAGE-APARTMENT for the eonvcnlenee of an apartment and the privacy o£ a home, tee ROOSEVELT COURTS $107 to $127 534 Roosevelt Road T!)2-2293 792-6528 16"* Century housewives trusted this mztk This is the mark of a salt processor in 1545. It not only reflected the quality of his merchandise but, as a personal symbol, it meant he stood behind the quality of the goods he sold. Today's manufacturers use a modem symbol: Brand Names. It tells the customer that the manufacturer's reputation is behind the product He "goes on record" with his advertising. He sets a standanj that he must live up to (or his sales will suffer). Because he knows he can deliver what he says he can, he identifies himself with his products. Depend on Brand Names; they are the "mark of 20th century confidence" in things you buy. When you buyLeader* ship Brands, you know you are getting your mone/sworth.a^o NAMSS rouNDAnos,wc in t »Kimn Annin, K Y. 17. N. K. SjMce MriMnf (f Ite SEDUNDS tm MCrS In tte "M Hones" Cagje QUAllTf CARS QUALITY SERVICE AT THE QUALITY CORNER 1963 RAMBLER CLASSIC & Cylinder. Overdrive. Model MO. Solid rose beige body. Extra cleen inside and out. Low mileage. An economy model ClSQ^ at an economy price #1O* J 1962 OLDSMOBILE '98' HOLIDAY Sport Sedan. Solid white exterior. Full power plus power seats and windows. Also factory air conditioning. This is a C^AOC luxury class car, locally owned ^JW7 J I960 OLDSMOBILE Super U Convertible. A glamorous, solid metallic ried body with beige top. Hat full power plus air conditioning. An extra quality ^ITOC model. Locally owned and priced low ^1*7 J 19S9 FORD CALAXIE 2 Dr. Sedan, Solid powder blue with matching material. Fordomatic, radio, CTOC heater. Extra clean and locally owned TJ 1959 DODGE CORONET Hardtop 2 Dr. 2 tone ivory and red plus whitewall tires. Has automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, radio, heater. COOC A fine local car ^TTJ 19S7 MERCURY MONTEREY 4 Dr. Automatic transmission, radio, heater. 2 tone green and ivory with clean matching interior, ejQC A fine operating older model ^^T9 19S4 pUICK SPECIAL 2 Or. RIVIERA Hardtop. 2 tone green with whitewall tires, automatic transmission, power steering, radio and heater. A quality elder car ^A7Q FOR THAT QUALITY NEW OR USED CAR SEE YOUR OLDSMOBILE ft VOLVO DEALER HARRY & LLOYD, Inc. 200 W. STATE ST. REDLANDS PY 3-2371 Park Terrace Deluxe Apartments % 20 X 40 pool. • Patios. « Refricer- ated air conditioning. # Complete iiall-walC carpet 4 Drapes. 4 Built- ins. 4 Refrigerator. 4 Parlt-Uke grounds. ^ Garages. ^ Storage area. ^ Laundry room. ^ 2 bedrooms. I'i bath. « Adults. « No pets. 4 $123-$13S on lease. Manager, Apt. 7, 792-3724 1324 Stillman Ave. Near U. of R., East on Colton to Grove, south 1 block to Stillman. OPEN DAU.Y Julianna Apts. 30 and so N. A.ih 2nd Unit Now Ready 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, 1 Bedroom, 1 bath, 2 Bedroom, 2 bath .-$125 -S10(WU3 _$14S-$163 UNIVERSITY MANOR Redlands Fashionable Garden GENERAL ELECTRIC GOLD MEDALLIOn APARTMENTS 2 BEDROOMS — 2 BATHS Apartment living with alt the convenience of a private, luxury home. Decorator's carpeting and drapes, air conditioning, yil music and many other features. INDIVIDUAL PRIVATE PATIOS RECREATION LOUNGE HEATED POOL Located next to Sylvan Park, within minutes to shopping centers. Norton and Mentone Rockec Reasonably priced. .MANAGER ON PREMISES. APT. S 732-8539 133 UNIVERSITY ST. REDLANDS LIDO PALMS 100 Tennessee St. (2 blocKS north of Market Basket, turn north on San Mateo) Furnished or Unfurnished ALL UTILITIES PAID! 2 Bedroom . . $133 Luxurious 2 bedroom. IVg bath studio with private patto. front and rear yards. 600 sq. ft. each floor 9191 Private patios or balconies. Insulated and soundproofed. Heated swimming pool. 1200 square ft. Recreation Room. Extra off street parking. bedroom Manager Apt. I 792-7016 Children Accepubla (In second area.) B — HOUSES MODERN 1 bedroom unfurnished cottage, close In. 17 E. Fern. 4 BEDROOM house, located on Easi Sunset Drive. 793-2518. ONFURNISHED 3 room house, carport. University area. 792-3680. NICE 2 Ijcdroom. unfurnished, rear. $«5. 918'i E. Brockton. 793-3722. NEW 2 bedroom duplex. NorthsHe. Fenced, water. $70. 792-4678. BEDROOM older home, close in, $85 month. BERT MARCIM, Realtor. 793-2422. BEDROOM, den. fenced yard, hardwood floors, fireplace. $150 month, unfurnished. 46 N. Michigan. 792-1768. NEW, LAROe 4 Bedroom home. High southside location. Built-ins. Beautiful view. $225 month. 793-2518 or 792-4022. Devel-A-con. Inc. BEDROOM.-J bath, on lease $12* BEDRO0.M. unfurnished 4 63 WANDA HALE, Realtor. 126 W. Colton. 793-2475. FURNISHED, attractive. 2 bedroom in spacious court. Carport, storage, laundry facilities, pool and play area. $90 and up. Durrell, 924 £. Central. Unit D. 793-5785. D — OFFICES - BUILDINGS BUSLVJfisS buildings. West Redlands Blvd. SIOO. Key 112 1st. 792-4611. FOR RENT— OFFICE BUILDING. "XS conditioned. $7 rus. 794-1111. month. 535 W. Clt- 2 Bedroom. IM bath town houses with private patios $155 4 Heated pool. # Recreation room. • Carpeting, custom drapes. # Completely sound-proofed and insulated « Built-in electric G.E. oven, range. • Ceramic tile kitchen, bath. • Carports with storage area. • Free laundry facilities. # Forced air heating and cooling. G/\S & CITY SERVICES PAID MGR. Apt. 4 50 N. Ash St. or Dial 792-6770 MEDALLIO.V APTS. 13 : Wanted to Rent MIDDLE aged couple want 2 bedroom house in Redlands. Excellent care, must be reasonable, consider redecorating. 794-1631. 15 Bargain Spot A — AUTOMOTIVE HONBA trail. Low mileage. Excellent condition. Phone 796-4981. 1957 T-BIRU. excepUonaUy dean. 793-2696. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ^ cN?-ruN^s u WHY OFnCEK t THOUGHT YOU WERE CHASIN6 ME JUST TO BE FRESH! BESIDES. I JUST BOUGHT THIS CAR ANP I DIONT REALIZE IT WAS IN SUCH GOOD CONDITION" TRADE FOR ANYTHING EVEN CONSIDER CASH 'to T-BIRO, Factor/ «ir conicitioner, C9AOE full power. Sharp ^LVlO '62 CHEVROLET Impala 4 Dr. Hardtop. C910R Full power, radio, heater. Beairtiful! ^AlwQ 'i\ CHEVROLET Parkwood Station Wagon , . . e |70C 9 pa$sefiger, radio, heater. All white ^I#TJ 'a COMET 2 Door V-8 . .. automatic trant- CIOOC mitiion, radio, heater. Perfect ^lOTJ '42 CHEVROLET Impala 2 Dr. Hardtop C10JR Hard to find 6 eyl., standard transmission... ^1 T*tJ '59 PONTIAC Catalina 4 Dr. Hardtop . . . CHOC Everything on this beauty ^1 17J '62 CORVAIR 700 4 Door . . . Radio, heater, Cl^OC automatic transmission. Like newi IJTJ 'i1 RAMBLER Classic Station Wagon . . . C170C Radio, heater, overdrive. All automobile!.., ^ I/7J '57 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 Door . . . Leaded CA^K with extras #0*tg '47 PLYMOUTH 4 Door A very good work car '52 PACKARD 300 4 Door ... A good car *QA for pulling frailer or boat ^T7 Don't Dream A Dream — BUY ONE! H. FLOYD BROWN Used Cars . . . That Is! Cor. 7th & Redlands Mvd. 79^6808

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