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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 10

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Thursday, May 20, 1982
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PACE 10-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64601 CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1M2 Real Estate REAL ESTATE 452 Washington Box 225 Chillicuthe, Mo. 64001 646-6902 Night 646-5193 NICE 12x60 trailer, 10x20 deck, metal ^.hed, Franklin stove, ref stove, curtains, drapes, air conditioners $7000 Ludlow 2 bdrm ranch $8000 10% down 16% int. Small bungalow close uptown $9000, excellent terms with low down payment 2 older homes make good rentals, both for $11,250 2 bdrm bungalow nice location $13000 excellent terms by owner 6 lots each 48'xl34' $13,000 2 bdrm close uptown nat gas, 514,000 10% down 12% int. 10 yr. balloon Nice 3 bdrm good location excellent terms, $27,500 Near new split foyer on IVi acres, trees, 2 fireplaces, 27x27 Morton building 18x36 swimming pool, heated, good buy at $84,500 NICE 3 bdrm ranch on 4A., near Dawn, 2 car gar. in bsmt, CA, Southwest School district $62,500 Bill Reagan, Broker 646-5193 SALESPEOPLE Richard Regan, 639-2583 Lloyd Lyon, 542-0555 Ton! Aronson, 646-4553 W R.(Bill)Brown,646-2805 Glenn Boyles,646-1417 LonnieSewell,622-4257 JackSilkwood,738-4723 DICKINSON NEPTUNE REAI 646-5244 1121 Washington VERY NEAT 3BDRM NG, CA, Ige util attach gar. 545,500 EXCLUSIVE, excel, home for fam, extra lot, workshop, CA, NG, 3 bdrm, 2'/a baths, ready to move in $41,250 3 BDRM BRICK HOME, fenced back yd, patio w/privacy, landscaped, 2 frpls, appli. in kit, 2 car gar, lots storage closets, $69,500 2 BDRM near the sq, owner financing, very neat, partial bsmt, NG, gar. S30.000 4 TOWN LOTS w/3 bdrm home, Ige shade trees, in Dawn, SI2,500 BUILDING LOT on Hwy 190, lots of trees, $11,250 4 BDRM on! A in Dawn, will insulated, near new steel siding, new roof, $21,000 Ann Hamilton, 646-0878 Bud Neptune, 646-3729 Charlie Marshall, 646-0002 John Emerson,646-5444 Avery Hutcheson,646-6364 For Rent 2 bdrm. house, 1 car garage, nat. gas, $150 month, see Ken at Bryan Street Market. ti 3 bdrm. house in nice condition, carport, reasonable rent, call 646-4252. 521 2 bdrm. mobile home no pets 646-5491 tl 3 bdrm. house NG, low utilities 646-2992 2 bdrm. furn. mobile home 230 Williams t! II 3 rm. upstr. apt, partly furn, AC, off st prkg. 646-3010 tt 2 bdrm dwnst apt, unfurn. $175 plus dep, water paid, 646-1393 tt 2 bdrm partially furn apt downtown, stove, washer, dryer, refrig, call after 7 p.m. 646-1808 tt All new 2 bdrm apt, near hospital; 1-14x70; 1-3 bdrm; 2-2 bdrm mobile homes, call 646-4826 tt Apts rooms Lambert Hotel 646-6300 tt Cheerful 5 rm apt, unfurn, 2nd fir, near P.O., laundry, Hy- Vee, w/w carpet, wtr, cable TV furn, adults, no pets, dep ref, 646-2791 tl^ Modern farm house security dep w/lease 646-0684 it FOR RENT 2 bdrm mobile home in Wheeling 646-2255 646-4370/646-437 OWNER FINANCING, neat 2 bdrm, close to town, NG, CA, bsmt, gar, $30,000 ATTRACTIVE 2bdrm ranch, w/gar, CA, nice location NEAR NEW 3bdrm ranch, 1% baths, walkout bsmt, dbl gar, on Ige lot, $57,500 MANY MORE LISTINGS JIM LINDA MONTGOMERY 646-4370 or 646-4375 Martha Dunivent 646-4405 Marge Marriott 646-3882 Brad Barnert,646-1070 For Rent TLC MINI-WAREHOUSES U-rent, U-store, U-lock, U-keep the key. Call 646-6229; after 5 646-0392 tf Storage units avail. 646-1769 or 646-5206 if Office space all util. pd 646-5322 or 646-2881 1 bdrm apt, in Chillicothe, liv rm, kitchen, bath w/water, heat, stove refrig, furn, no pets, call evenings, collect, 622-4556 tt 1 bdrm furn apt, 3rd floor, 1021 Polk, adults, no pets, $140 month, 646-2171 if BEND MOTEL Hwy 36 65, low weekly rate, kit-apts, day night sleepers, 646-9767 5-20 Office for rent, 1080 sq~ ft, 917 Jackson, avail. July 1,646-0480 or 646-1780 H $50 worth of groceries to qualified renter, Upstr apt in Chillicothe, 1 bdrm, partly furn, very prvt dep 8. ref, 1 yrs lease, best deal in town, 644-5440 after 5 p.m. «-e Retail or Office Rental 817 Washington (approx. 800 sq. ft.) will remodel for oftice If desired. 401 Washington (approx. 1400 sq. ft.) formerly Beneficial Finance. See Jerry Broyles at 819 Washington or cali 646-5231 or after 8 p.m. 646-0875 sji 12x65 prvt lot extra nice, AC 646-4344 SIDING AND INSULATION Steel, Vinyl, Aluminum. LIFETIME WARRANTY Special Trims for Roof Overhangs and Window Casings. 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE Coll Jim Brown Collect-359-5176 Trenton, Ma. ELECTROGATOR CENTER PIVOTS, CRISAFULLI High volume drainage pumps and RAINBOW Irrigation Equipment. Sales and Service. Melvin A. Watkins, Dawn, Mo. (816) 745-3535 tf MID STATES ROOFING Commercial 8. residential. Free estimates. Ralph Cramner, Chuck Fields. 646-2319 or 646-1607 SPRING CARPET CLEANING SPECIAL $18 Per Room Minimum 2 rooms or up to 180 sq ft for limited time Deep Soil Extraction Latest Cleaning Equipment MMM 646-6468 For Free Utinwte. Aik Abut Soft t Omr SptcM PRINCE CARPET CLEANING Over 20 Years Experience Services WE DO IT ALL WE HAVE GENERAL · AND MICHEUN TIRES WE DO WHtEl ALIGNMENT AND COMPUTER BALANCE YOUR TIRES . GAS Oil LUBE BOB STATON SERVICE STATION JCT. 36-65 CHIUICOTHE Dave Carr dry walling 646-2988 6 A/lowing service grass or weeds Ford tractor w/brush hog Call Ray Summerville ph. 646-4312 or 646-5874 Get a goal you can register from your grade mare. Breed to the beautiful Arabian-Bay 8, grey stallions standing, 695-3315 520 Services Bob Emmons New Homes, rm additions, remodeling and carpentry work. 816646-6318 ti SIZEMORE UPHOLSTERY 24 S. Washington 646-3760 ti FURNITURE MOVING Mathews Movers+ 646-2025 Head's Sharpening Service 443 Walnut Sharpen Anything With Cutting Edge tf Jim Anderson Roofing Painting 646-4480 tt Taylor's Upholstery 203 N. Brunswick 646-0218 tf GARY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE ·Factory Trained ·18 Years Experience 646-3183 PEST CONTROL Termites, roaches, trees, lawns Chucks 646-2074 tf Donnie's Electric 8. Backhoe Service Donnie Donoho 646 1314 day, 646-5576 night tf Jim Childs Const. New homes-remodeling Repair-concrete work Jim Childs, 646-5419 Ed Head, 646-0116 tt New homes- room addition, remodeling, painting, tree estimates, free plan drawing, fully insured Lloyd Wedlock, 646-0531 For Sale AKC lab pups, yellow black 646-2723, 313 Bridge 2--1)0 gallon plastic spray barrels S35 each; 1--200 gallon $60, Good condition, 646-3084. 5 22 24" Motorola Quasar 11 TV 2 maple end tables, and 1 coffee table, cat 1646-0609. 5-22 Larry Toschik art print, "The Present Tenants," matted, numbered, mint condition, reasonable, call after 5 p.m. 646-3822 tt Refrigerator $100 646-1009 after 5 520 Model 60 John Deere, good cond. 3 bottom pull type plow, 316s, $1500. Call after 6. 659-2417 tt New used sewing machines Danny's Sewing Machine Repair 818 Leeper, 646-3320 ti Complete and in excellent cond. rolled top desk, used in Drs. H.M. and C.M. Grace's offices in and before 1904, proof 601 Morningside Dr. Tren ton. Mo. A.E. Hammond ti Wanted Wanted to buy refrigerators and freezers, running or not running, ph. 646-1244 521 WANT TO BUY ~ Pint Jars After 6, 646-2845 ti ASTRO-GRAPH Bernice Bede Osol BARNHART Heating Air Conditioning Sales Service-Installations Water Heaters-Boiler Systems Avaton-636-5249 or 65311 tf CUSTOM FURNITURE STRIPPING Wood or metal Cold process Avalon, 636-5335 tf Knouse Septic Tank Service Sewer Lines, shallow wells Prompt service, 646-3320 ti NOTICE C H I U I C O T H E R D U T O R SfRVIU i* no* rrlorotinq Our n p w l o c a t i o n i s S 7 4 McCormick 1 blork North ·( Industrial [quipmrnt and i hlork W p s t 646 6 7 0 7 W A T C H FOR OUR SIGNS A u t o j J r y C l c T r O f t O ' Industrial Radiator S f v i f f STEVE LEPPIN CONST. New homes remodeling Free estimates Meadville, 938-4428 tf Call 644-1047 for mowing, till cfour ·Birthday Fred's Welding Repair Fabrication Portable Welding 800 Gilbert, Chillicothe 646-2290 tf We do all types dry wall, hanging, finishing, texturing, quick expert service, 15 yrs. exp. 622-4538 5 22 For Sale TIMBER FOR SALE The Missouri Department of Conservation will accept bids on an estimated 738,800 board feet of mixed hardwood sawtimber by the International V* Inch Log Scale. The timber is located on 206 acres in Sections 3 and 4, T 59N-R25W. Livingston County Missouri. A tour of the sale area will be conducted at 9:00 a.m. on May 26, 1982, beginning at the Poosey State Forest south parking lot, 1 mile north of the area sign on Highway A. Bid forms, area location map and sale contract will be available for inspection during the tour. Sealed bids are to be s u b m i t t e d to State Forester, Missouri Department of Conservation, P.O. Box 180, Jefferson City, MO 65102, not later than 1:30 p.m., June 18, 1982. Contact Resource Forester, Missouri Department of Conservation, 520 Park Lane, Chillicothe, MO 64601 for additional details on the location of the timber, terms of the sale, area location map and bid forms 522 Electric cook stove, 26" girls 5 spd. bike, Magnavox color console TV, 646-6123. 5-21 Hale Locker, freezer beef pork for sale, custom beef hog processing, 565-2415 tt 4 piece set ladies Samsonite luggage, never been used, molded plastic, for fraction of new cost, call before 7 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m. 586-2261 5-21 Twin trundle beds, good shape, $60, call before 7 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m. phone 586-2261 s 21 May 21,1982 Substantial dividends will be gained this coming year from any types of involvements in which you enter that are of a charitable nature Your intent may be to help others, but you'll also benefit in the process. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Although you may be anxious to launch new ventures at this time, it's best to first finish that which you have already begun. Leave no loose ends. Predictions of what's in store for you in each season following your birth date and where your luck and opportunities lie are in your Astro-Graph. Mail $1 for each to Astro-Graph, Box 489, Radio City Station. N.Y.--100ia. Be sure to specify birth-date. ''· CANCER (June 21-July 22) « you have a cause in which you have just become interested, this is a good day to go to friends for support. They'll back you up now. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Your possibilities for fulfilling your ambitions are good today, because you'll be able to show others how they, too. can share benefits from your attainments. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sapt. 22) Getting done what needs doing will be of greater importance to you today than who gets the glory I t ' s success, not applause, that you seek. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Someone may come to you today with a proposal regarding a way you could develop a second source of earnings. You'd be wise to hear this party out. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Partnerships or joint efforts co 'Id turn out very fortunate tooay, especially if you are involved with someone who has as much to offer as you do. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-D*c. 21) This should be a very productive day because, not only will you be industrious, you'll know how to solicit help to accomplish your tasks. CAPRICORN (D»c. 22-J«n. 19) Keep in mind today: The quicker you get your work out of the way, the earlier you'll be able to take off and have fun. Don't dillydally. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-F«b. 19) Though you may be planning to spend the evening at home, it's best to have a few snacks handy. There's a strong possibility you'll get some drop-in company. PISCES (F«b. 20-March 20) Plan to get in touch with or visit family members today whom you've'been neglecting lately. The timing is right for both you and them. ARIES (M«rch 21-April 19) Ways can be found today to improve ipon situations that Ben Bolt Theatre 65 Drive-In .WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS S t a r s Ben Cross, Ian Charleson, Nigel Havers, Ian H o l m , Nicholas F a r r e l l , Cheryl Campbell and Alice Krige, with "guest stars" John Gielgud, Lindsay Anderson, Dennis Christopher and Brad Davis. Rated PC, this British drama is a Ladd Company release through Warner Bros. with a running time of 124 minutes. Training for and competing in the 1924 Olympics, Harold Abrahams (Ben Cross) is fighting in his own way, the antisemetic snobbery apparent for the times. Two young British men are training for the Olympics. Abrahams, being from an up- perclass Jewish home, and Eric Leddell (Dan Charleson) a devoutly religious Scot, become friends while at Cambridge. Both are running for a reason. Abrahams is fighting antisemetic snobbery while at Cambridge and Leddell is running to honor God-perfecting the gifts God gave him. He »IADD COMPANY .NO WARNER B«OS HKAil later becomes a missionary. "Chariots of Fire" is the winner of four Academy awards-Best Picture, Best Original Score, Best Original Screenplay and Best Costume. "The movie has everything to make a brilliant film even if critics claim the plot is a little confusing. But the other elements-casting, costumes, acting and camera work make the 2-hour v i e w i n g an enriching experience. COMING ATTRACTIONS Coming up next at the Ben Bolt Theatre is Walt Disney's "ROBIN HOOD" playing Friday, May 28 through Thursday, June 3. Late-night showing at 9:45 will feature Cheech Chong's "NICE DREAMS" May 28, 29 and 30. "QUEST FOR FIRE" begins Friday, June 4, and runs through Thursday, June 10. Richard Pryor's "LIVE ON SUNSET STRIP" will be playing on a late night show coming soon. Stars Chevy Chase (Max), Patti D'Arbanville (Darcy), Mary Kay Place (Lorraine), Nell Carter (Dorita), Brian Doyle-Murray (Brian), Mitch Kreindel (Barry), andDabney Coleman ( M a r k ) . "Modern Problems" is a 20th Century Fox production rated PG. Max has some big problems. His girl walked out on him; his job at New York's Kennedy Airport has his nerves frazzled, and to top it all off, he gets dumped on by a nuclear waste truck. But, his downfalls have become a blessing in disguise. His nuclear dousing has given Max telekinetic powers, which he uses to his advantage, but he finds out his powers have some unexpected twists. COMING ATTRACTIONS " R H I N E S T O N E COWGIRLS." rated X. will be playing Tuesday, May 25, through Thursday, May 27. "NEIGHBORS," starring John Belushi and Dan Akroyd, will be playing Friday, May 28, through Tuesday, June 1. Chevy Chase (center) is a harried air traffic controller whose life is falling apart--until he develops telekinetic powers to strike back at the people who are driving him crazy. Sandy Helberg (left), Buzzy Linehart (back, center) and Ron House (right). affect your earnings and stability. Take those measures now which you deem necessary. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Projects you personally initiate today will have a very good chance for success, provided you handle the important aspects yourself and delegate only the lesser ones. Convert unwanted articles into cash by selling them thru the Want Ads! OUR BOARDING HOUSE JW, with Major Hoople 'COURTROOM TRICKS FOR WfiAVMAff, IOO WAYS TO WIN A LAWSWT? E6AP, UNU5UAL REAPING MATTER F0R A PHYSICIAN. t ME, I* PI?. fXXENKNlFE TrtWWN60F/ CAREE A6 HE NEVER KEPT ANYTHING BUT WA£ TriE NOW/VPN'S, iUE OPEPATIN6 R00M WITHOUT LAWYER .' BOOKS BEFORE HANPLE THE CIAMRS 46 Artistic goddesses 47 Take up gas molecules 50 Das Valerian (abbr.) 51 Trim off branches 52 Area in Pacific 57 Resort 58 At (2 wds.) 17 Asian tree (var.) 5S Ruies 18 Author 60 Over (poetic) Fleming 19 Most docile 21 Hides 24 Glimpse 25 Freeze ACROSS 1 You (Fr.| 5 Sweet potatoes 9 Pounds (abbr.) 12 Air (prefix) 13 Tract 14 Astronauts' "all right" (comp. wd.) 15 Drone Answer to Previous Puzzle 61 Thin plate of metal 62 Evergreens 27 Rub out 31 Man's nickname 32 Infamous Marquis de DOWN Breckenridge 21 Clean a floor 22 Crazy 23 Hidden 24 Earliest born THE FAMILY CIRCUS® By Bil Keane 34 Branches of learning 35 Hawaiian instruments 37 Eagle's nest 39 Traitor (si.) 40 English poet 42 Leakage 44 Plunder 1 Actor Heflin 2 Poverty-war agency (abbr.) 26 Auufciub 3 Rower holder 28 T , pMtry i V a iP , 9 29 R » isad 5 Tall tale 6 Clumsy boat 7 Makes acquaintance 8 Poncho (var.) 9 Tardy 10 Catcalls 11 Playlet 16 Water holes 29 Raised platform 30 Colorado park 33 Poetic preposition 36 Lone performance 38 Arab country 41 Typical 43 Absolutely 45 Corpulent 47 Plus 48 Opium (si.) 49 Boom 50 Gamecock spur 53 Hawaiian volcano, Mauna 54 Automotive society (abbr.) 55 Former labor group (abbr.) 56 Fool garages dependable "° h What on your grave?" Maid of Honor Steps Down When Bride Stands Her Up By Abigail Van Buren · 1982 by Universal Praia Syndicate DEAR ABBY: Gloria (made-up name) and I were best friends in college. Gloria announced her engagement at graduation and asked me to be her maid of honor. I accepted on the spot, although no date was set for the wedding. After graduation, Gloria stayed in that college town to be near her fiance, who had another year of graduate school, and I returned to my hometown in the Midwest. Gloria wrote in April saying she's getting married "in a few months" and she'd "understand" if I had changed my mind about being her maid of honor. I wrote back saying if she was trying to let me off the hook because of the expense of plane fare and the gown, I had already saved the money, and even arranged the time off from work for the occasion. (The wedding will be in Gloria's hometown in New Jersey.) She called last night asking if I'd changed my mind because there was another girl she could ask, but she'd have to ask her before it gets too late. Then she added, "But you are welcome to attend the wedding anyway." I got the message. I'm crushed, but I didn't let on how hurt I was. I told her to go ahead and ask the other girl. Abby, I don't think I could bear to attend the wedding and see some other girl take my place as Gloria's maid of honor. Should I try to be "big" and go to the wedding feeling so hurt and rejected? Or should I stay home? LUMP IN MY THROAT DEAR LUMP: Feeling a* you do, the wedding would be a bummer. Skip it. And use the money to treat yourself to a fun vacation when you're in the mood. DEAR ABBY: Not long ago, "Exhausted in Plattsmouth, Neb." claimed a record for individual single births. That's a record I certainly didn't set out to beat, and someone may be able to top mine, but so far I haven't seen anything that will beat these statistics: Three single births in 20 months and one day. The dates are: March 21,1959; Jan. 31,1960; Nov. 22,1960. BETTY L. KILBRIDE, CAPE ELIZABETH, MAINE DEAR BETTY: You tied "Positively Pooped in St. Petersburg, Fla." but you've both been topped by Mrs. Marilyn Ingram of Portland, Ore., who gave birth to three babies in 18 month* and 18 days! Oct. 26,1957 -- a boy; Aug. 24,1958 -- a girl; May 7,1959 -- a boy And she signed herself... "Pooped in Portland." DEAR ABBY: We've been good friends with another couple for 20 years. We've vacationed together, and ou. children are friendly. My husband is a professional photographer. He does weddings, etc. Well, our friends' eldest daughter is being married soon. Her engagement picture appeared in our loca newspaper recently and it was obviously taken by anothe- photographer. Nothing has been said to my husband abou taking pictures of this girl's wedding, no I imagine the photographer who took the engagement picture already hai been contracted for the wedding pictures. I don't know how to handle this. We're still as friendly ai ever and see each other at least once a week. Should I say something to her? Or just ignore it? BAFFLED DEAR BAFFLED: Ignore it. Yon won't be in th dark long. Something will develop. "The Best of Dear Abby," featuring Abby's bes answers and favorite responses during the past 25 years, to now available. Yo« can obtain a copy of thii new best-selling book by sending $9.95 plus $1 fo postage and handling to "The Best of Dear Abby," ii care of this newspaper, 4400 Johnson Drive, Fairway Kan. 68205. Make checks payable to Universal Presi Syndicate. I

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