PAGE 10-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI--4440) Real Estate For Sale E S T A T E S A L E : Save thousands on 2 story Spanish ho-ne. Excellent Brookfield location. $15,000.00. Also lovely 2 B R hime, Ig llv room, country kit, bath shower. Enclosed porches, garage b e a u t i t u l t r e e s . Only $17,500.00. Watson Real Estate Brooktleld, Mo. Ph. 258-2480 ii4 For Rent TLC MINI-WAREHOUSES U-rent, U - s t o r e , U - l o c k , U-keep the key. Call 646-6229; after 5p.m., call 646-0392 n Storage units avail. 646 1769 or 646-5206 ti Office space all util. pd 646-5322 or 646-2881 1 bdrm apt, in Chillicothe, liv rm, kitchen, bath w/water, heat, stove 8, refrig, turn, no pets, call evenings, collect, 622-4556 if l bdrm furn apt, 3rd floor, 1021 Polk, adults, no pets, S140 month, 646-2171 it BEND MOTEL Hwy 36 8. 65, low weekly rate, kit-apts, day night sleepers, 646-9767 21 Office for rent, 1080 sq. ft, 917 Jackson, avail. July l, 646-0480 or 646-1780 ii S50 worth of groceries to qualified renter, Upstr apt in Chillicothe, 1 bdrm, partly furn, very prvt dep ret, 1 yrs lease, best deal in town, 644-5440 after 5 p.m. 6 8 Retail or Office Rental 817 Washington (approx. 800 sq. ft.) will remodel for office if desired. 401 Washington (approx. 1400 sq. ft.) formerly Beneficial Finance. See Jerry Broyles at 819 Washington or call 646-5231 or after 8 p. m. 646-0875 5-25 12x65 prvt lot extra nice, AC 646-4344 2 bdrm. house, 1 car garage, nat. gas, S150 month, see Ken at Bryan Street Market. Â» 2 bdrm. mobile home no pets 646-5496 Â« 3 bdrm. house NG, low utilities 646-2992 tf 2 bdrm. furn. mobile home 230 Williams n 2 bdrm. house, $150 month, reference and deposit required, call 646-4809. 528 3 rm. upstr. apt, partly furn, AC, off st prkg. 646-3010 Â» 2 bdrm dwnst apt, unfurn. S175 plus dep, water paid, 646-1393 if 2 bdrm partially furn apt downtown, stove, washer, dryer, refrig, call after 7 p.m. 646-1808 tf All new 2 bdrm apt, near hospital; 1-14x70; 1-3 bdrm; 2-2 bdrm mobile homes, call 646-4826 M Apts 8. rooms Lambert Hotel 646-6300 H Cheerful 5 rm apt, unfurn, 2nd fir, near P.O., laundry, Hy- Vee, w/w carpel, wtr, cable TV furn, adults, no pets, dep 8, ref, 646-2791 Â» Modern farm house security dep w/lease 646-0684 if FOR RENT ~~ 2 bdrm mobile home in Wheeling 646-2355 6-13 Small house, 1115 Fair, stove, refrig., nice adults, no pets, references, $160 plus deposit, Bill Coleman, 646-6120. 5 H Trailer space at 110 Montgomery St. in east part of town, call 646-3806 or see Alice Bate, 210 Second. 5.37 For Sale Model 60 John Deere, good cond. 3 bottom pull type plow, 316s, $1500. Call after 6. 659-2417 tf New used sewing machines Danny's Sewing Machine Repair 818 Leeper, 646-3320 n Complete and in excellent cond. rolled fop desk, used in Drs. H.M. and C.M. Grace's offices in and before 1904, proof 601 Morningside Dr. Trenton, Mo. A.E. Hammond tf Hale Locker, freezer beef pork for sale, custom beef hog processing, 565-2415 tf 3 Firestone 721 radial tires, LR 78-15, 2 on Rally wheels, 1 new, cat 1646-4809. j. M 5 Drawer Oak Chest 646-3102 M PIANO FOR SALE Take over payments on Spinet Piano. Can be seen locally. Write Mr. Meyer, P.O. Box 207, Carlyle, IL. 62231 4-7 AKC lab pups, yellow 8. black 446-5723, 313 Bridge Larry Toschik art print, "The Present Tenants," matted, numbered, mint condition, reasonable, call after 5 p.m. 646-3822 H Services Bob Emmons New Homes, rm additions, remodeling and carpentry work. 816 646 6318 tf SIZEMORE UPHOLSTERY 24 S.Washington 646-3760 If FURNITURE MOVING Mathews Movers + 646-2025 Head's Sharpening Service 443 Walnut Sharpen Anything With Cutting Edge tf WE DO IT ALL WE HAVE GENERAL AND MICHEUN TIRES WE DO WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND COMPUTER BALANCE YOUR TIRES GAS-OIL-LUBE BOB STATON SERVICE STATION JCT. 36-65 CHIUICOTHE Services ASTRO* GRAPH Jim Anderson Roofing Painting 646-4480 Taylor's Upholstery 203 N. Brunswick 646-0218 IBC HOMES David Lauhoff,646-1614 ELECTROGATOR CENTER PIVOTS, CRISAFULLI High volume drainage pumps and RAINBOW Irrigation Equipment. Sales and Service. Melvin A. Watkins, Dawn, Mo. (816) 745-3535 if MID STATES ROOFING Commercial residential. Free estimates. Ralph Cramner, Chuck Fields. 646-2319 or 646-1607 APPLIANCE REPAIR PHONE 646-5242 BARNHART Heating Air Conditioning Sales Service-Installations Water Heaters-Boiler Systems Avalon-636-5249 or 636-5311 CUSTOM FURNITURE STRIPPING Wood or metal Cold process Avalon, 636-5335 Carpet Cleaning Special Residential-Commercial Good For -FREE- Soil Proofing On Carpet Offer Good Thru 6-12 Whiteside Professional Carpet Upholstery Cleaning -FREE ESTIMATES- Deep Soil Extraction Bruce 646-0948 Jeff 646-5607 Knouse Septic Tank Service Sewer Lines, shallow wells Prompt service, 646-3320 if STEVE LEPPIN CONST. New homes remodeling Free estimates Meadville, 938-4428 n Dave Carr dry walling 646-2988 Bernice Bede Osol Mowing service grass or weeds Ford tractor w/brush hog Call Ray Summerville ph. 646-4312 or 646-5874 ff Donnie's Electric Backhoe Service Donnie Donoho 646-1314 day, 646-5576 night 11 Jim Childs Const. New homes-remodeling Repair-concrete work Jim Childs, 646-5419 Ed Head, 646-0116 ti New homes- room addition, remodeling, painting, free estimates, free plan drawing, fully insured Lloyd Wedlock, 646-0531 n Fred's Welding Repair Fabrication Portable Welding 800 Gilbert, Chillicothe 646-2290 if Wanted WANT TO BUY Pint Jars After 6, 646-2845 tf Wanted person to commute to St. Joseph, NWSC student, Mon.-Thurs., 745-3487. 527 Birthday ACROSS 1 Electrical unit 4 Poetic foot 8 Shakespearean villain 12 Gallic affirmative 13 Book 14 Snatch 15 Buddhism type 16 Squeezes out 17 River m Africa 18 Chemical compound 20 Future time 22 Cereal grass 24 In addition 25 Song for a sailor 29 Egyptian corpse 33 Acorn tree 34 Jacob's brother 36 By itself 37 Blue flag 39 Long tooth 41 Sort 42 Backyard barrier 44 Probated prisoner 46 Short for hurrah 48 Shame 49 Gave encouragement 53 Footwear 57 Tiny particle 58 Engine speed readout 60 Exclamation 61 British streetcar 62 Brilliance 63 Boat gear 64 Food 65 Actress Hayworth 66 Compass point May 25,1982 it's important this coming year to put yoursglf on a sensible budget. You might not be able to do all the things you'd like to do, but by your next birthday you could have an impressive nest egg. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Be sensible about your expenditures today, but by the same token don't be stingy with friends who treat you generously. Give, as well as take Predictions of what's in store for you in each season following your birth date and where your luck and opportunities he are in your Astro-Graph. Mail $1 for each to Astro- Graph, Box 489, Radio City Station, N.Y. 10019. Be sure to specify birth date. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Be careful today that you are not motivated to achieve for the wrong reasons. Uncharacteristically, you could harbor strong desires to put yourself above others. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Good advice could be offered you today, but you might ignore it because you don't respect the source Don't permit your prejudice to overrule your logic. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Answer to Previous Puzzle DOWN 1 Seep 2 Shades 3 Money factory 4 Repeat 5 Astronauts' "all right" (comp. wd.) 6 Mesdames (abbr.) 7 Stupefy 8 Containing fire 9 Barren 10 Festive 11 Comply with commands 19 Long time 21 Mother 23 Examine 25 Make hairdo 26 Leporid 27 Similar 28 Yawn 30 Drudge 31 Young lady (Fr., abbr.) 32 Oxen harness 35 Air defense group (abbr.) 38 Yells 40 Hindu deity 43 For hearing 45 Poverty-war agency (abbr.) 47 Mixed (pref.) 49 Mention 50 Israeli folk dance 51 State (Fr.) 52 Modern painter 54 Masked animal, for short 55 Oriental chief 56 Painful 59 House pet CELEBRITY CIPHER Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present Each letter in the cipher stands tor another. Today's clue G equals U " Y ' X M O D T M G H R Y W A W A M H M N I M O W O G N M IDN C B W Y I I P M O L . NGU Y W R Y W A C F O D A D F -- INDT W A M Y P B Y J M . " -- S C O L Y M Z F M C B D P PREVIOUS SOLUTION"Tm tough but 'it's a physical toughness In hand-to-hand combat, I'll stand up to anyone." -- Robert Conrad Â© 1962 by N6A, Inc. 0216 tTPAYS TO ADVERTISE... ADVERTISE WHERE ITPAYS.. Phone 646-2411 KIT 'N' CARLYLETM Call 646-1047 for mowing, tilling, painting, cleaning out garages, bsmt, odd jobs, dependable sy, GARY'S APPLIANCE Â·Factory Trained Â·II TMTS EiptrM 646-3183 PEST CONTROL Termites, roaches, trees, lawns Chnrk-c A46-2074 tf NOTICE C H I U I C O T H t R A D I A T O R S f R V I C f is now ffloeotinq Our n e w l o c a t i o n ' Â« S 7 4 WrCocmrelr T htecV Morth at Industrial fquipmpnt and , block West 646 A 7 0 7 WATCH FOR OUR SIGNS A u t o Truflr TroMor Industrial Radiatix S ^ r v i c p I by Larry Wright DON'T KNOW o cAu,*fae veroR A VACOOW Tread cautiously today if you have financial or business involvements with friends. There's a possibility neither you nor they will handle things correctly. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Objectives important to you today may not be of equal significance to your companions or associates. Take their feelings into consideration. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) There's a chance that you could be a bit too difficult to please today. If this occurs, it would discourage co-workers Irom trying to help you SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Be able to distinguish today between being optimistic and conlident and treating serious matters too casually. The difference will spell success or failure. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Try not to put yourself in a position today where you are too dependent upon others to achieve your aims. They may not be supportive. AQUARIUS (Jan. 2O-FÂ«b. 19) Tasks normally easy for you could aurn out to be a trifle trying on your patience today. Don't lose heart and do work that is far beneath your standards. PISCES (Feb. 2O-MÂ«rch 20) Ignore Impulses today toward taking foolish risks or gambles. Disregard your better judgment and It could prove costly to you. ARIES (March 21-April 19) On the home front today, the balance between harmony and confrontation will be very delicate. Don't be the one who adversely tips the scales. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Your feelings are likely to be rather vulnerable today. You might take offense at something that was not intended to be so. Shrug things off with a smile POLLY'S POINTERS Polly Fisher Refinishing old wood By Polly Fisher DEAR POLLY -- I have some lovely old oak chests which I'd like to refinish by rubbing with a penetrating oil. I've stripped the old finish, but there are some dark splotches that I can't seem to get off. I'm sure this will show through the rubbed oil finish. Can you tell me how to remove these discolorations? -- MRS. R.W. DEAR MRS. R.W. -- Since the pores of oak run deep, you may never be able to remove these discolorations. However, furniture restorer Michael Varese suggests rubbing the affected patches gently with a very fine sandpaper (80 or 100), vacuuming up the dust as you go along, using the soft brush attachment for your vacuum. As the discoloration begins to fade, switch to a finer sandpaper (220). Finally, remove any trace of dust with a clean, dry brush and a thorough wiping with a tack cloth. Tbis cleaning procedure, in fact, is recommended for the entire piece before putting on an oil finish. The wood must be perfectly clean and free of any old paint or varnish for good results. Good luck! -- POLLY DEAR POLLY -- Pew people realize how much trouble and fuss the hostess goes through when when sponsoring a home party featuring the sale of merchandise (storage containers, jewelry, etc.). I always take her a small plant, craft item or even a paperback copy of a bestselling book to show my appreciating for being invited, and to make the hostess feel rewarded. -- PATTI DEAR POLLY -- I've found a simple method for cutting fresh bread into nice, even slices. After baking, remove the hot bread from the pans and place the loaves on a metal wire rack. (I use an old refrigerator rack.) When the loaves are cool enough to slice, lay them on their sides. The metal rack will have left evenly spaced, indented lines on the bottom of the bread. Follow these lines for easy slicing. -- G.K. DEAR G.K. -- What a clever Pointer. I've often cooled bread on a wire rack, but I never thought of using the marks from the rack as a cutting guide. For seeing (and pointing out!) what most of us have missed all these years, I'm pleased to send you the Pointer of the Week Award, an autographed copy of Polly's Pointers: 1081 Helpful Household Hints for Mating Everything Last Longer. -- POLLY Â· Polly will send you one of her signedjuiarikryou newspaper coupon clippers if she "uses your favorite Pointer', Peeve or Problem in her column. Write POLLY'S POINTERS in care of .this newspaper. DEAR POLLY -- I have a polyester blouse that washes beautifully except that the red color keeps coming out. I've noticed that when I wear it, some of the dye comes out on my slip, too. I've tried soaking it in salt water and also vinegar. I'd appreciate any further information you might have regarding this problem. -- LILLIAN DEAR LILLIAN -- A Texas redder, Mrs. H.L.S., passes along the following formula for setting colors. Mix two tablespoons salt, one tablespoon ammonia, one tablespoon turpentine and one gallon of water. Soak dyed articles overnight and then wash them twice. Mrs. S. says that this has worked for her, her mother, her grandmother and her great- grandmother. Hope it helps you, too. And a big thank you to Mrs. H.L.S. for her timely Pointer. -- POLLY DEAR POLLY -- We have limited space in the freezer of our refrigerator, so I prepare chickens for compact, space- saving freezing as follows. I skin them and remove as much fat as possible (my husband has to avoid animal fat). I then cut the chicken into serving pieces. Thighs, legs, or sometimes breasts are frozen separately to bake or fry. I pressure cook all other parts according to pressure cooker directions, then remove all bones. I package this meat in one cup amounts in freezer bags. These can be used in any recipe calling for cooked chicken. The broth resulting from the pressure cooking is refrigerated in quart jars long enough to congeal the fat so it can be easily removed. The fat-free broth can then be frozen in double, one-quart freezer bags to use for soups and gravies. -- DOLLIE DEAR POLLY -- Toss dried orange peel into the fireplace for a delicious aroma. Drink at least four glasses of water a day for a softer, more moisturized skin. For crispy bottom crust on fruit pies, sprinkle the crust with plain bread crumbs before filling. A small safety pin in the hem of your dress, pants or coat will help decrease static electricity. -- A READER Polly will send you one of her signed thank-you newspaper coupon clippers if she uses your favorite Pointer, Peeve or Problem in her column.- Write POLLY'S POINTERS in care of this newspaper. DEAR POLLY -- Some pink candles melted on my buffet cabinet. What can I use to take it off without ruining the wood? - IRIS DEAR IRIS -- Working very gently and carefully with a doll knife, icrape off at much of the wax as yon can. Then wash with a cloth wrong out of mild Maptodi, rinse with a clean cloth and dry quickly. If a itaia remain*, yon might try robbing gently with powdered rottenstone. After the itain has been totally removed, either by washing or by robbing with the rottenitone, polish to restore a glossy shine. -POLLY DEAR POLLY -- I've found that burning incense is much cheaper and more long-lasting than air freshener sprays. It comes in a wide variety of fragrances and you can usually buy it in discount and drug stores. If you have kids, cats, dogs or a smoker in your family, incense will really help clean up the air. Don't throw away old sundresses or skirts that you can no longer wear. The bottom front half of the skirt can be easily cut and sewn into a pretty kitchen apron. -- BETH DEAR POLLY - Being conscious of our intake of dietary fats, I'm always looking for better ways to skim the fat off chicken and beef broth for soups and gravies. My latest discovery is this. By straining the broth through a coffee filter (used for drip coffee pots) placed inside a wire strainer, you can remove 98 percent of the fat. To remove even more fat, strain the broth a second time through a clean filter. This can be done while the broth is still hot, instead of having to wait for (he broth to cool and the fat to solidify in the refrigerator. -- D.S. DEAR POLLY - When trimming my child's bangs, I attach a strip of cellophane tape across the forehead, positioned just below where the cut line will be. Then, I trim across the top edge of the tape. The bangs are evenly trimmed, and the tape holds onto all of the cut-off hair, making clean-up easier. -- MRS. N.P. Polly win send yon one of her signed thank-you newspaper coupon clippers if she uses your favorite Pointer, Peeve or Problem in her column. Write POLLY'S POINTERS in care of this newspaper. I Hatred and Bigotry Mock Sacrifice of Fallen Heroes By Abigail Van Buren Â« 1982 by Universal Press Syndicate DEAR ABBY: May 31 is Memorial Day -- the day foi Americans to officially honor those heroes who have given their lives in defense of their country. I would like to quote an excerpt from a sermon delivered by Roland B. Gittlesohn, the Jewish chaplain of the 5th Marine Division, when he dedicated a cemetery on the bloody, windswept island of Iwo Jima: "Somewhere in this plot of ground, there may lie that man who could have discovered a cure for cancer. Under one of these Christian crosses, or beneath a Jewish Star of David, there may rest now a man who was destined to be a great prophet. Now they lie here silently in this sacred soil, and we gather to consecrate this earth in their memory... . "Here lie officers and men, black and white, rich and poor. . . . Here are Protestants, Catholics and Jews. . . . Here no man prefers another because of his faith, or despises him because of his color. Here there are no quotas of how many from each group are admitted or allowed. Theirs is the highest and purest democracy. "Any man among us, the living, w h o . . . lifts his hand in hate against a brother, or thinks himself superior to those who happen to be in minority, makes of this ceremony and of the bloody sacrifice it commemorates, an empty, hollow mockery." Abby, it's-regrettable that Chaplain Gittlesohn's powerful words will probably go completely unheeded when -- and if -- they are read by those who need most to learn this lesson. MARTIN M. SEGALL, HALLANDALE, FLA. DEAR ABBY: Last night I got the most terrible insult from the man I love -- my husband. While we were making love, I started to say something and he said, "Please don't talk to me now." I tried to tell him that I wasn't going to start a conversation with him, I just felt like saying something sweet and loving pertaining to the situation, like, "Darling, you are wonderful and I love you very much." Then he said, "Just don't say anything. You are interfering with my fantasies." Fantasies? Abby, why does he have to have fantasies when he has me right there? HURT IN BRAINERD DEAR HURT: Since a "fantasy" is "an imagined fulfillment of desire," your husband may be "hallucinating" about making love to Cleopatra, Mona Lisa or Betsy Ross. Don't feel insulted. Exercise your right to fantasize, too, if it will help. DEAR ABBY: I have been married to John J. Jones for nearly three years, and I am still being confused with John's ex-wife because she insists on using the name that now belongs to me. I am the one and only "Mrs. John J. Jones.", To further complicate matters, my first name is Joanne and so is, hers. And to make matters worse, we live in the same apartment building! When I married John, his ex-wife became "Joanne Cohen (her maiden name) Jones." Or "Mrs. Joanne Jones" -- not "Mrs. John J. Jones." Our personal mail, bills and magazines are constantly being misdirected to each other. It's a mess! I can't believe she doesn't know better, so please print this so I can mail it to her. Or do you think she knows better, but enjoys giving me a headache? THE ONLY MRS. JOHN J. JONES DEAR MRS. JONES: Since you are both inconvenienced by the confusion, it's highly unlikely that she "knows better." Here's your letter. Mail it to her. And I hope it doesn't wind up in your mailbox. Everybody needs friends. For some practical tips on how to be popular, get Abby's Popularity booklet. Send 41 Plus a long, self-addressed stamped (37 cents) envelope to Abby, Popularity, P.O. Box 38923, Hollywood, Calif. 90038. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople HAVE A\IRÂ£P IN A HO, 1 Â«M?0$Z 0NLY *N EK6LE Â£AN Â£EE THE BUT EVEN YOU , . _ . PULLARP5 MU*T) AT LEA6T REALISE TrtW A/ERE Vfll HAVE NO ENOUGH ... EINSTEIN*, ) TO FRAME N :; / O R / LETTERTHW gASTAIANf.'/VrA* APPREEP TO 0Y:6UPA,NT.' T" CALLED HIM A "VrVLUEP .READER A IK TM **g V 3 Ml * TM OH THE FAMILY CIRCUS, By Bil Keane "The hote tat ita nostril.'
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