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a-me-w 'rrr’i 1 vr r — 'rw i ‘ - Sunday Juno 5 1960 Fort Worth Star-Telegram Section Four PAGE FIVE ’onrirY 010 ryvr Funeral Services Set for Mrs Clara Ella Calkins Graeside sen ices tor Mrs Clara Ella Calkins II former Fort Worth resident who died Thursday in a Hollywood Cal hospital will be held at 11 a m Monday at Greenwood with Rev L D Anderson of First Christian Church officiating Her late husband Waller H Calkins was a member of the Star-Telegram advertising staff for 20 years After her husband’s death in 1933 she maintained residence at the family home 2921 Hemphill until 1940 when she moved to California to reside with her daughter Mrs Irving Campbell in North Hollywood She was a native of Evanston III She was a member of the Christian Church and had been a member of the Fort Worth Woman's Gub She also is survived by two sisters Mrs Lelle McReynolds and Mrs F R Quigg of San Francisco and two grandchildren Pallbearers will be Gene and R W Records Judy Truelson I E McWhirter Diclc Coon and Jack Campbell Honorary pallbearers will be Dr Will During Otto Campbell and James R Record MRS IDA E REED - Mrs Ida Elizabeth Reed 71 of 3701 Ave L died Saturday in a horpital She was a member of Eastern Star and Joshua Baptist Church Surviving are her husband: a son Dr R D Reed of Fort Worth a daughter Mrs J P Washmain of Fort Worth 1 two sisters Mrs Maude Carlock of Joshua and Mrs F J Wynne of Burleson and two brothers G R Renfro of Fort Worth and - J D Renfro of Stanton Funeral arrangements will be announced by Meissner’s CHARLES E ROBINSON Charles Edwin Robinson 33 of 4712 Pershing will be buried in Burke private cemetery after funeral services at 10 a m Monday in All Saints Episcopal Church Robinson was found fatally shot in front of his home Friday Peace Justice Jim Boorman returned an inquest verdict of suicide DR CALVIN D LINDLEY Funeral services for Dr Calvin Denton Lindley 81 father of Dr D Ray Lindley president of TCU will be held at 3 p m Sunday in Carrizo Springs Christian Church Burial will be in Carrizo Springs Cemetery Dr Lindley who had been a physician SO years was in active practice virtually to the day he died He is survived by another son Dr Harvey Lindley of Pecos a daughter Mrs Jewel Hamick of Dallas six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren JOHN SHARP Funeral services for John Sharp 76 of 2715 N W 18th a retired longtime city employe who died Saturday morning at his home after a short illness will be held at 2:30 p m Monday in Shannon Memorial Chapel Burial will be in Laurel Land He is survived by his wife a daughter Mrs Myrtle Lee Hall and two sisters Mrs Jane Tomlinson and Mrs Bell Cagle all of Fort Worth four grandchildren and a great-grandchild LINDA GAYLE SMITH Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p m Sunday in Union Church in Taylor Town for Linda Gayle Smith 2-month-old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Oscar Smith of 805 Ingram Burial will be in Union Cemetery there The child was dead on arrival at a hospital Saturday Her mother found her unconscious in her crib at 5:45 a m Peace Justice Whit Boyd ruled death from accidental strangulation A brother Stanley and three sisters Sharon Kathy and Vicky also survive MRS LYDIA KUNKEL PRIDDY June 4 (Spl)-Mri Lydia Louise Kunkel 55 of Priddy was buried in Zion Cemetery here Friday She died Wednesday in a Galveston hospital Survivors Include her husband W L Kunkel and three daughters Mrs Willie Faye Kee of Hurst and Mrs Frances Nichter and Mrs Bernice Wendland of Pottsville of here Mrs Powers is survived of Bakersfield Cal by her husband S M Powers I grandsons and two three sons Robert Childers of Dayton Ohio Carl Childers of Cheyenne Wyo and Clayton Childers of Houston two daughters Mrs George Tennant of Valley Mills and Miss Elowise Childers of Wichita Falls a brother and two sisters including Mrs Jennie McFarland of Fort Worth M J KIRWAN DALLAS June 4 UP— Matthew Joseph Kirwan a pioneer in petroleum engineering field died at a Dallas hospital Saturday He had made his home here the last eight years Previously he was a petroleum engineer in California in Japan with the Nippon Oil Company and in Bartlesville Okla where he was manager of production with Cities Service Oil Company before his retirement Survivors are his wife two sons Matthew J Kirwan Jr and John R Kirwan of Midland a daughter Mrs George D McClure of Dallas: a brother David Kirwan Invasion by Bolivians! I Teaching— Training io Teaching-Training 10 Teaching— Training Feared on Vole Eve 10 LEROY GREEN RIIOME June 4 Spl— Funeral services will be held at 2 p m Tuesday in the Rhome Baptist Church for LeRoy Green 26 of Rhome who was killed early Saturday in a ear-truck crash four miles north of here on U S 81 Burial will be in Aurora Cemetery here Green’s half brother Norman Earl Matheny 35 of Prosper riding with him in the car was reported in fair condition Saturday in a Decatur hospital with injuries received in the collision The truck driver Ken D Wig-ncr of Denver was unhurt Green a civil service worker had been employed in planting trees and shrubbery at Grapevine Lake He is survived by his wife a son Robbie Lee Green his parents Mr and Mrs R M Green and bis grandmother Mrs Nita Wilson all of Rhome LA PAZ Bolivia June 4 JV— Armed Bolivian exiles were reported to be preparing Saturday to invade this country on the eve of its presidential election More than 50 persons have been killed in the campaign and tension was high before the balloting in which former President Victor Paz Estenssoro is the favorite Bookmobiles to Start Summer Schedule Death Notices 01 MrCLl'RE MRS FLORA M passed aaay la Armen lialurtn June t Sirvlvers: three none Sun Hush McClure Woodrow McClure end Joe McClure ell of Lot Angelei California: one daughter Mre Ju McClure Merrick ol Nee York graiddautatet Mrrn Merrick ol New Yore Servtcee win be held el 14 M a m Monday to Uve Kobenson-Mueler-Heroer Chapel Re James E Cocaln ollcieune Interment Cent On wood Cemetery Arreniemenie Roomeofi-MueUer-Heroer COLLAR D MRS NAVME A SJ reel-dence 15u Ctnton Sunneori eon 0 P And J B Colltrd both of Fort Worm: daughter Mr J C Boyer end Mr T E Philip of Fort Worth Mr J D CknibeJ of Sen Antonis Sereice wUl he held t 1000 t m Mondy In the 0ue wr Memorial Chrei 1251 Pennylni t Fifth Rev Clifford Harrta officitm Interment Laurel Lend Arraniement Gauae-Wre TRITE THOMA PHILLIT 0 real-dence Rdnoee Tee Passed y Saturdy afternoon Survivor: three on two auihter Service wu be herd t 4 00 a m Monday In the Rcmnode Buottit Churcn Interment Medlin Cemetery Roenoee Tei Ar-ran cements Guerdien The Fort Worth Public Li-brary's four bookmobiles providing service throughout metropolitan Fort Worth and Tarrant County will begin operating on a summer schedule Monday Arless B Nixon library director announced Saturday MRS CORDIA POWERS WEATHERFORD June 4 (Spit— Mrs Cordia Powers 64 of Weatherford a lifelong resident of Parker County died early Saturday In a Weatherford hospital Funeral services will be held at 2 p m Monday in York Avenue Baptist Church with burial in Lone Creek Cemetery south Funeral Services Scheduled For Mrs Flora McClure 84 Funeral serv ices for Mrs Flora McClure 84 a resident of Fort Worth tor nearly 60 years who died Thursday in a Los Angeles rest home will be held at 10 a m Monday at Robertson-Muel-ler-Harper Chapel She was the mother of the late Fort Worth-born motion picture star Adrienne Ames She will be buried with her daughter in the family plot In East Oakwood Cemetery " Mrs McGure was a member of the family that for many years operated the old McClure Dairy Farms southeast of the city She was born in Kentucky and came to Fort Worth before the turn of Mrs DeWiii 85 Long Resident Oi City Dies Mrs Lona DeWitt 85 a Fort Worth resident 80 years died Saturday in a hospital after a long illness Mrs DeWitt was a daugh'er of the late W R McLaury who practiced law 35 years in Fort Worth Her late husband was a longtime employe of the Knty Railroad For many years Mrs DeWitt lived in the family homestead on the land now occupied by Harris Hospital She is survived by two daughters Mrs Nona Hoskins of Fort Worth and Mrs Robert C Harvey of Lubbock a son Vernon DeWitt of Fort Worth a sister Mrs Margaret O'Donohoe of San Antonio four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren Funeral arrangements will be announced by Robertson-Mueller-Harper the century She left the city 18 years ago to reside with ’her daughter Mrs Jane McClure Merrick also a motion picture actress In Los Angeles Her late husband Sam McClure became an engineer for Hotel Texas and later for Baker Hotel in Dallas He was killed in a fall from the roof at the Baker in 1943 In addition to her daughter she is survived by three sons Sam Hugh Woodrow and Joe McClure of Los Angeles a brother Byron Conley of Fort Worth and a granddaughter Marylin Merrick a former motion picture actress MRS KATHRYN S SPRUCE Mrs Kathryn Sue Spruce 2L of 2520 Columbus a Fort Worth native died Saturday night in a hospital she entered earlier in the day She was a member of Rosen Heights Baptist Church Surviving are her husband Leighton Spruce her parents Jack B Dickerson of Fort Worth and Mrs Jack Mutton of Corpus Christi a sister Mrs Carolyn Ann Horne of Corpus Christi: a half sister Miss Sharon Fay Dickerson of Fort Worth and a grandfather Robert Curran of Corpus Christi Funeral arrangements will be announced by Shannon's THOMAS PHILIP CRITES Thomas Philip Crites 83 of Roanoke died Saturday in a Fort Worth convalescent home where he lived four years A retired farmer he was a native of Missouri Surviving are three sons J F and Norman Crites of Fort Worth and R L Crites of Roanoke and two daughters Mrs O L Blackburn of Fort Worth and Mrs J F Ramsey of Texas City Funeral services will be held at 4 p m Monday in Roanoke Baptist Church with burial in Medlin Cemetery near Roanoke Officer Hurt In Car Wreck Patrolman Melvin M Mullins 28 of 1508 Lee was injured when his police car and another vehicle collided and the squad car smashed into a tree at W Rippy and McCart about 8:15 p m Saturday Mullins received severe facial and head cuts He was admitted to Harris Hospital in fair condition The policeman’s car and a car driven by Mrs Ellen White 25 of Dallas collided Mullins’ car swiped Mrs White's left fender and careened into a tree about 25 feet past the intersection Neither Mrs White nor a passenger Mrs Eunice Skipworth 30 also of Dallas was injured $ i Live Broadcasts Of Met Operas Being Planned The Metropolitan Opera Association is arranging for a specially selected nationwide group of radio stations to carry live broadcasts of next season's Saturday afternoon performances it was learned here Saturday Lauder Greenway Met chairman said a growing tendency to rebroadcast programs later Is responsible for the move ’’Recorded versions of the opera broadcasts have been carried by some stations hours days or even a week after the original performance” he e x p 1 a i n e d "Some audiences have had to stay up until after midnight to hear an opera to completion and such practices have evoked numerous complaints from the radio audience" Spirit Key to Hope UT Speakers Say AUSTIN June 4 UP -Man’s spirit and cultural progress alone can preserve the earth as his home two commencement speakers at the University of Texas said Saturday Dr Ramon Beteta newspaper director and diplomat of Mexico City said man must look to culture as the positive means with which to break the vicious circle of fear and mistrust that ‘‘push us closer and closer to the one horrible catastrophe we are trying to avoid” Man has appealed to sconce without success Dr Beteta said because its field is limited to the physical Science must be linked with culture and other disciplines such as philosophy ethics religion sociology history and art all manifestations of the spirit The baccalaureate speaker theologian Joseph Sittler of the University of Chicago told the graduates that if man is to pie-serve the earth he must be deeply devout in its enjoyment and use This he said is not sheer piety but ‘‘sound policy politics and economics" “Annihilating power is in nervous and passionate hands” Rev Mr Sittler said Man has the potential to destroy himself and he is not certain that the power will not be used To prevent this he must deepen and use his spiritual concepts in a new vision ‘‘that is not absurd now that natural destruction is in orbit and man's progressive befouling of his ancient home has sprayed his dirt and death among the stars” Dr Beteta a graduate of the university and director general of Novedades delivered the principal commencement address to the 1600-plus candidates for graduate and bachelor’s degrees A student speaker told College of Arts and Sciences classmates that destruction of “carefully cherished ideals” served its purpose in college ‘‘for it forced us to re-evaluate ourselves and our goals” She was Dorothy Ann Stroup of Fort Leavenworth Kan named outstanding senior co-ed of her college In the college of Engineering commencement convocation lour alumni received distinguished graduate awards They were Jip lian Hinds of Santa Paula Cal Elgin B Robertson of Dallas J Leland Atwood of Los Angeles and John Edward Kasch of New York ' In the College of Education outstanding teaching awards vvpre presented to graduates Claudia Lynne Fletcher of Midland and Marcia Adela Wade of Indianapolis Md They won scholarships for future graduate work in teaching Ben-Gurion Safety Feared JERUSALEM June 4 j -Fear of an Arab or Nazi plot to kill Premier David Ben-Gurion during his state visit to France later this month has led Israeli and French authorities to tighten security measures for the tour informed sources disclosed Saturday A total of 41 stops will b visited twice to five times a month during the summer season for llj to 6‘i-hour periods Five of these stops are new locations this year arranged to cover increasing county population and residence area growth New stops will be made at A L Davis Center in Kenne-dale the Pantego area at Park Row and Fielder and the Park Plaza Fair both in Arlington Jones grocery in Rendon and Bone Grocery in Colleyville The library’s extension division is headed by Mrs Carl Beckelman In addition to bookmobile service it helps operate five county part-time libraries Sixteen hours of part-time help is provided Arlington’s Cooper Memorial Library Approximately half of the Fort Worth Public Library's circulation is tallied by the extension service June datej and time schedule for the bookmobiles: Atit At business err 10 m to i O m every Baturaay Benbnso Benbron Cur Hall 10 m lo noon June I end June 21 Biue Mound 2u$ Bue Found Rd 1 p ni to I p tn June 11 end June 27 Burton Hill S'nool 511 Burton Hill Rd 3tt e m to II 30 e m Jun 0 end Jun 20 Carroll Pea School 1212 Elmnood 1 jo P in lo I 30 p m June 7 end Jun 21 Colleyville Bone Grocery 1 p m to I 30 p m Jun 14 end Jun 21: Como School 4000 Horn Ip in to 2 30 p m June 14 end June 20 Coe Brlknep Center 40J3 E Belknp 10 m to 4 30 p m every Saturday Crowley Crowley buime ere 10 m to noon Juno 7 end June 21 Diamond Hlll-JerYt( tree Jtth end Decitur 1 30 e m to noon Jun 7 nd June 20 Dunbar Stnool 5100 Willi I e in to noon June 7 end Jun 21: Eetie Maun-lm School 10 e m to noon Jun 13 nd June 27 Eutlend Miller end Herdemen (30 m to 1130 e ni Jun 13 end Jun 27 Eules H Mein end Midway Court I 30 m to 11 30 t m Jun 14 end June 21 Everrnn Hich School 1 p in to 3 p m June 7 ond Juno 21 Fair East Center Edfewood and E Lancaster 1 p m to 4 30 p m vry Saturday Handley E Lanetr end Handley D ( 30 m to noon vry Saturday Houlihan' Center Vtuehn and Than nlch 9 30 a m to noon every Saturday Keller Bamaill Lumber Company ( 30 e m to noon Jun ( end Jun 20 Kenneale A L Davta Center 10 a m to noon June 1 end June 27 Lake Worth City Heli 107 Teephone Rd 1 30 p in tn 4 311 p m June 16 end June 30 Pameo tree Park Row end Fielder Arliniion 10 t m lo noon Jun I nd June 23 Perk Plata Fair Arlington 1 p m to p m June I and June 23: Polytechnic business area 1001 Ave E 1 30 pm to 4 30 p m eYery Monday Rendon Jonea Orocery 10 e m to noon June 6 and June 20 Ridilea Fair Center 6100 Camp Bowie 1 P m to S p m every Friday RMelea Weat Center 3800 South eat Blvd 10 a m to 5 p m every Wednesday Riveraide School 901 Baurltne 9 a m to 11 30 e m June 14 and June 26 Roaeda'e Park School S81I Rickenback-er 9 a m to 12 30 p m Juno 10 and June 24: Roaen Hnihti area 25th and Arl 10 a m to noon June 13 and June 27: Sanaom Park Fire Hall 5500 Buchanan 10 a m to noon Juno It and June 30 South H : 1 1 Center Odeaae and Bll-elade 10 30 a m to 5 p m every Wednerday South Hl-Mount area Birch-men end Cover Lane 1 p m to 4 30 p m every Mondav: South Town center Berry and S Eepreaa 3 p m to 4 30 every Thursday Sprinadal Center Rlver-lde and Bnrincoale 130 p m to 4 30 p m every Monday: Sunrise School 5101 Pinson 9 a m to 11 30 a m June 17 Wedwood area 6000 Trail Lake Dr 10 a m to 12 30 p m every Thursday Wrslellft Center South Hill and Carolyn Rd 1 p m to 730 o m every Friday: Weatland area 9900 Weatherford Hiehway 10 e m to noon June 15 end June 29 Whit Settlement Worth Food Mart 1 p m to 3 p m every Wedneaday Wirhtta Center Wichita end Mansfield Highway 1 p m to 4 30 p m every Saturday CALKIN MR CLARA ELLA rest- dance Hollywood California Survivor: dauahter Mra Dorothy Campbell of Hoi mood Lellfnrne Graveside service will b nid at lloo m Monday In th Greenwood Cemetery Arrangement Gue-War ROBINSON' 4HARLF E 33 passed away m local hospital Friday iiat-denc 4112 Perhin Survivor: parent Mr nd Mr Oeori C Robin-aon two brother W W end Oeora C Jr erandmother Nellie Hansel Service will be held 1 1000 m Monday tn !h All Smt Episcopal Church Father Jame P DeWolf Jr off'ciaima Interment Burke Cemeferv P Dearer: John a Avmger Robert Bass 0n Coaaena Bob C Miller Joseph D Moor and John Davie Arrarrement Miller a 5C Camp flow: COUNTY LEGAL RECORDS 94th District CowrL HON FISHER T DENNY JUDGE Griff L Douglas vs Marth Douelas dismissed without prejudice at plainull s cost Bessie Mae Woods vs J B Woods divorce granted Ulysses Spruiells vs Otcer J Spruiells divorce granted Blanche LeMay vs Richard B Le-Mav divorce granted Dennis J Green va Juanita A Green divorce (rented Glenda Goforth va Arnold Ray Oo-forth divorce granted MarllWi Kay Needham va Roger Dwain Needhamn divorce granted Bobble LeBlanc vs Paul LeBlanc divorce granted Angella 8 Baskin vs Wilbert T Askin divorce granted Helen Biscamp vs Roy Btscamp divorce (rented Lanelle Fletcher v Dewey Wayne Fletcher divorce granted Lanelle Fletcher v Dewey Wayne Fletcher divorce granted William L Hall vs Shirley Ann Hall divorce granted Melvena Gaye Renfro va Milton Rubin Renfro divorce granted Charles Saylor vs Marylan Mildred Savior dismissed at Plaintiff cost William Lynn Hunmcutt vs Barbara Ann Hunnlcutt divorce granted Betty Ann Merritt ve Roy Ray Merritt divorce granted Candalana Martinet vs Rodolfo Marline? divorce granted Commercial Oil Transport vs Mis-souri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company tudgment and dismissed with prejudice at defendant's cost Robert F Shockley et ux vs A L Ware et al judgment Ex parte Retta Frances Naih judgment Mrs H Baum individually end as trustee of the estate of Herman Baum deceased doing business as Southwest Finance Comapny vs H R Howard and Lubrication Engineers Inc dismissed at platntlffa cost Curtis Thompson vs Texas Employers’ Insurance Association judgment Mid-Continent Supply Company v Win Hawkins Drilling Company Inc Judgment Robert L Lawrence vs Robert Charles McLain judgment Mary Morrison vs John R Morrison divorce eranted McGee Tanksley va Melvtna Tanksley divorce granted Vllda Lorene Reave vs Melvin Dwain- Reave divorce granted Rita Jane Lanun vs James Alfred Lamm divorce granted Melba R Abdnor vs Cain-Brngdon b Cain judgment Dale W Krob vs The Aetna Casualty and Surety Company Judgment In re: Lonnie McDuff ludgment Claudtne Massey va Billy L Massey divorce granted Olevla Johnson vs Catherine John-ion divorce granted Betty Jean Cox vs Amos Ray Cox divorce granted In ref Margie E Kershaw judgment Alta Cowart vs Frank A Cowtrt dismissed at plaintiffs cost Virginia A Schumann vs Stanley E Schumann divorce granted Betty Jo Alexander vs Norman Lowell Alexander dismissed at plaintiff s cost Marshall Cotton va Betty Cotton dismissed at plaintiffs cost American Airlines Employee Credit Union vs Vlr J Koen Paul A Koen and W R Martin jointly and severally judgment Kathleen Hale vs William C Hale Frank H Hale end Jack D Hale individually and es independent executors of the estate of C H Hale deceased dismissed with prejudice el plaintitf cast Joseph J Werhke as next friend for Catherme Elane Werhke va Jerl Brand et vlr et al ludgment Floyd Durham vs Carlton J Ware doing business as Ware a House Movers Judgment Linda Kay Skaggs va Nolan Earl Skaggs divorce granted Dorothy Lorraine Wells vs Berwyn Floyd Wells divorce granted Verna Pioptn vs Jerry L Pippin divorce granted Neva Joyce Vastlne vs Stanley Earl Vasttne divorce granted Ruth Wells vs Loy A Wells divorce granted Andrew B Jones vs Commercial Stanaard Insurance Company Judge ment William E Barbour vs Royal Indemnity Company judgment James M Hoffman vs E W (Edd Moran Judgment Hassle Tollison vs The Fidelity and Casually Company of New York Judgment 153rd District Court HON HAROLD CR AIK JUDGE LaNelle Dunn vs Arthur T Dunn divorce gramed Wanda Long vs Albert Long annulment gramed Ann Cochran vs W L Cochran divorce granted Ben Jones vs Della Jones divorce granted John E Sampson vs Joyce L Sampson divorce granted Marriage Liccnae John Allen Mouser Route 4 Box 262 and Mra Ella May Berry Burleaon George Robert Cragg 3901 Desert Ridge and Pamela Ann Wright 1209 Greenbrier Clifford Elton Faulkner 1306 Betty Lane and Gladys Eivle Garrett 3929 Ennis Freddie lee Hnvwood 4924 Ave G and Rose Esther Whitney 4926 Ave O John Wyatt Bird Kennedale and Doris Mane lvie Route 12 Box 490 Robert Donald Taft 615 Texas and Mrs Helen Billingsley Heilman 4937 CalmonU Robert Potter Martin Arlington and Mary Kathryn Kiker Arlington Travis Leroy Hendricks 1505 Hemphill and Mrs Genevieve Rose Del Llano 1505 Hemphill MdGee Tanksley 829 E Baltimore and Alice Faye Smith 829 E Baltimore Georse Willard Lubker CAFB and Mrs Bobble Delons Power Skinner 2727 Thoniaa A J Ellis Irving and Dorothy Jean Ca-ter Roanokr Denmar Gordon Micheel Albuauer one N M -and Barbara Sue Scoegtn AlbuQueraue N M FloristiyCern'tylotsOIA Fueere) Flower W 6 W-tebt lkrlt 4070 E Roseoe JF 8 7154 4 SPACE lot In Catholic Garden ivet Ceme-ery WS4 2Q3 DIAL ED 24131 To Ploco Classified Ads in The Star-Telegram local Clottified Advertising Oates Daily Ad run In Meemng and (vemng Star 110 om liam doyl al the an law rale 46c line per day (3 or more linen On r tw Days die line per day Thrt Consecutive Days 34c line per day foot fiv or Sis Caniacutiv Day 111 Lin pr day Svn lo Twnty-nin Contocutivo Day 29c Lin ptr day Thirty or Mar Cncutiv Doy (o)i shown apply fa sat solid ago! typ ad from odr-tir in Tea and adjoining toti for rates on adi with fargr typ or display styla ads writ or phon Stor Ttl gram Ciattifitd Department Coiified Dliploy Adt Cannot Bo Killed Saturday Morning for Sunday Pepar REGULAR CLASSIFIED ADS A(ff lima Ordered Cannot Be CHanoed or Canceled Until Published One Day Classified Ad Index 1 Lodge Notice! 2 Lott and found 3 Troncportation 4 Bookkeoptng— Tax Servica 5 r’eraonat Item I Homo Improvement Service! 10 Teachmg-Traming 12 Employment Service! 14 Male Help Wanted 14 Female Help Wonted 11 Male ond Female Help 19 Jobt Wonted (Mole) 20 Jobs Wanted (Female) 21 Stock Feed Potture 2 1 A Form Equipment 22 Nuretnet Seed! 23 Poultry Babbit! 24 Dogi Cote Peti 25 Auction Sole! 26 Purmtwro Wanted 27 Houiehold and Appliance! 27B Sewing Machine 27C TV Radio Hi-Fi 27D Air Conditioning 27E Heating Equipment 28 Mueicai Inetrumenti 32 Offico Equipment 33 Pixturet 35 Mitcellonooui Machinery 36 Miecellonoou! 37 Photo Equipment 3B Jewelry and Stones 45 Room! for Rent 46 Room and Board 47 Apartment! Furniihed 48 Apartment! Unfurniihed 51 Houtet Furnuhed 52 Houie! UnfwHthed 53 Moving end Storogo 55 Busmet! Property (Rent lea it) 56 Oficet for Rent 57 Wonted to Rent 60 Butine!! Opportunities 61 Oil (leoiet Royalties) 63 Investment! 65 Loans 74 Building Materials Houses for Sole 75A West Stde Area 75B Eost Stde Area 75C South Side Area 75D North Sde Area 75E Southwest Side Area 75F Southeast Side Area 75G Northwest Side Area 73HH Northeast Stde Area 751 BedfordEuleit-Hurst 75J Miscellaneous Areas 75JJ Duplexes Apts for Solo 75K Lake Resort Property 751 Arlington Property 7 5M Reol Estate Wanted 75R Property Out of Fort Worth 75T Colored Property 76 Vacant Lots 77 Suburban Acreage (Improved) 78 Suburban Acreage (Untmp) 80 Buiiness Property 62 Farms— lands-Ronches 84 Real estate to Trade 85 Mobile Homes 87 Motorcycles Scooters 89 Airplanes 91 Boats A Motors 93 Auto Service Parts 95 Autos Trucks Wonted 97 Trucks Troilert Etc 99 Automobiles for Sola 01 Deoth Notices 01 A Florists Cemetery Lots 01 B In Memory 01C Card of Thanks Legal Notices lega Bids Wanted TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY AKC mistered male Boxer puppy Cl 6 3382 M BEL AIR Chevrolet rariio hp’-er 1 owner very clean H95 3545 Meadow Oak IE 8-972 4 CEMETFRY ’ols Minnie Hern Greenwood with monument prni-lesea PE 2-2115 LIVESTOCK auction starts Monriav 10 a m plenty of good maret saddle horses and mules Fort Worth Horse and Mule Commta-sion Co 1204 N W 35th St CLEAN GARAUES buy ecrao Iron metai anything n value MA l-2o:9 WANTED aaieMrtn In variety ' d toy line as sideline Job MA4-21 CUTE kittens to give away 0 4-1117 Sunday and evenings GRADUATES Start Now to Qualify For Outstanding Positions TRAIN IN FORT WORTH’S OLDEST AND LARGEST BUSINESS COLLEGE Outstanding positions waiting for our graduates I Most complete curriculum in the Southwest I - Air conditioned building modern equipment ic All types business training including IBM key punch I I I I I I I kT0j I l ! I I f I I r! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BIADTUTL Shrill pin worth 300 sacrifice SITS PE 8-4 4 2 SANDS on BO aere least with complete teology showing approximately N million dollar oil In Dlaee 10 tere location 30 day allowable pipeline offset water flood pew completion this area flowing 100 barrels Cl 4 Oe79 GAME cock and hena tjerset breed) rabbits 54 for sale 3211 Peen Rd ORNAMt-MAL Iron post raiitni and ready IHtl Lowest prtoee n 'ntn Isrma M A 4 4948 Bids Wanted Transportation URGENT Nerd rid t Irving 100-4 30 JE 4-3349 PLANNING A TRIP’ TAKING A VACATION? Drive our cara to these points Seattle California Colorado Art-Gas allowance Information ED 3®‘2 CARS TO Coorado halt Lake and fUstiie For Information tail EDA 11 Bookkeeping-Tax Ser 4 BOOKKEEPING tx rvlr bitt bnainr Individual 110 month up Da or night JE 4 0377 BEALED BID OFFER: Hwy -8774 II HO a m Jun 15 I960 Bealrd bid will b received In the State Board of Control Buie Office Building 201 E 14th Sl Auairn Texaa until 11 DO a ni Jun 15 ltmO covering the aale of 5 Imorovemenla belonging to the Texa Highway Department located at Fort Worth Texaa and may be Inapected br contacting Clarvln D Chaataln Jr Asaociale ROW Agent Texaa Highway Department Fort Worth Teiaa Phone WA 9-1711 legal Notices Personal Items THE WHITE Elephant Bnntlqu ix now the Antiuue Bnnttoue end moved 2 block wet to 6005 Ctmo H o le PE -3271 Plea vtxlt us ANYONE WUneMln the accident between pedertrian and car al tn-terxecllon of Ward and Eaxt Lan-cter Jan 6th please call collect FE 7-2661 Dellaa NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Cllr of Cleburne Pexot will receive bid until 2'00 p m Monday June 13 1960 for placing approximately 4 000 tons of aanhal-tic concrete surface on certain grevel baae itreet Contract document mat be procured at city Hall Cleburne Texaa Bid will be publicly nnened and read aloud at the City Hall at the above mentioned time The City reserve the right lo reject an or all bids William C Cole City Engineer 1 WILL NOT be reaponahle lor an-debt contrartnl b anyone other lhan myself on or after hi dte Enirt F Knight 430 Lubbock I WILL NOT be responsible for nv debt contracted by anyone other than myself on or after thi rit Homer B Kirk Jr 1117 Ea-1 Shaw I WILL NOT be responsible for debt made on the Burnett Arm Hotel after Ma 31 Mra Grad Wood Lost and Found PERSON who left 2 pair k1 tt Brnbrook Lak call MA 4-48U1 LOST— Lidv's natural leather billfold Vicinity City Hall Call MA4-3740 STRAYED from 5012 Miller Av 2 calves 2 months old one Holstein one Guernsey Reward JE 6- 0929 LOST—tadv s black rimmed bifocal glasses Vicinity Magnolia and St Louis Reward JE I14M STRAYED from 1717 McCart Toy Pomeranian Reward WA 3-?j25 PE 2 1606 YOST— Yellow told man's wrist watch vicinity Oakhust Call TE 4-4751 REGARD— Lost 3 Beaale dog Vicinity Riverside Dr June 3 Please call JE 6 8294 or JE 8-6374 8100 REWARD for return of 4 gun clock radio Dhonocraph made in England binoculars missing from 1115 Yale St River Oaka no quet-tions asked MA 5-0850 15 REWARD-Lost downtown black pocket knife Nights AX 3-0147 LOST Thursday sun glasses near Magnolia and 7th Ave WA 4-1763 Reward Transportation WANT RIDE to town from Ruth Snow Drive 7-3 ahlft JE 4-3755 LEAVINO for San Diego Jun 6lh take 3 riders a h a r e expense! 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