THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND on U.S. railroads, this track maintenance machine, a ballast undercutter-cleaner, is now at work on the Illinois Central Gulf's main line in Illinois. Self-propelled and 110-feet long, the machine cuts Into bal- last beneath the track, screens out unwanted material and returns ballast beneath the crossties. Result is clean ballast that can drain water and distribute train weight properly which means smoother rides. - DPI Photo. Milton C. Deuth FORRESTON-Funeral service and burial for Milton C. Deuth of Merrill, Wis., who died Friday at his home after an extended illness, were held today in Merrill. Mr. Deuth was well known in the area, having officiated at basketball • games, and he ran a service station in Forreston for many years. . He was employed'as a salesman by Lee Wayne Co. of Sterling in the Wisconsin area. Born July 4, 1911, he was the son of Frederic and Ethel (Griswold) Deuth. He married Selma Goelke on June 1, 1941, in Belvidere. Surviving are his widow, three sons, Charles and Thomas, both of Salina, Kan., and Joel of Aurora, Colo.; a daughter, Mrs/Robert (Julie) Corwin of Boulder, Colo.; a sister, Mrs. William (Jane) Hiteman of Mount Morris; and four brothers,, Forrest of Fort Collins, Colo., Gerald of Waterloo, Iowa, and Frederic and Paul, both of Oregon. Mrs. Roy Meilnick LENA-Mrs. Roy (Mary Evelyn) Meilnick, a.former Lena resident, died Sunday evening in Freeport Memorial Hospibal after an. extended illness. /,; She wa:s 'a member of Good Sh'ep- herd Lutheran Church here. Born April 27, 1892, in Clinton, she was the daughter of Walter and Anna Banks. She was married to Roy Meiln- ick on Jan. 1, 1910. He died in 1954. There are no immediate survivors.' She was also preceded in death by a son. • Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Leamon Funeral Home, • Lena. The Rev. Franklin Samuelson, ' pastor of Good' Shepherd Lutheran Church,: will officiate. Burial will be in , City Cemetery,- Freeport. Friends may 'call after 10 a.m. .i Wednesday at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established for the church. Mrs. Russell 0. White •:' GALENA-Funeral service for Mrs. C Russell p. (Mildred) White-df Galena, ^who died Thursday in Galena Hospital -after an extended illness, was held ^Sunday in Furlong Funeral Chapel .-here. . * Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. . Born Sept. 14,1915, in Scales Mound, : she was the daughter of George and 'Ellen (Ehrler) Wickler. She was mar- Tied to Russell White on May 5,1935, in Scales Mound. He died May 8, 1968. ; Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Wayne Van Gordon of Hazel Green, Wis., and Miss Kathy Ann, at home; four sons, Clinton, Robert and Gerald, all of Galena, and Terry of East Du- 'buque; two sisters, Mrs. John T. Rogers of Scales Mound and Mrs. Blanche Houy of Galena; and 11 grandchildren/ Mrs. Raymond Radabaugh .«GALENA-Mrs. Raymond (Malinda) •Radabaugh of Galena died Sunday morning in Galena Hospital. 'Born April 19, 1906, in Guttenberg, Iowa, she was the daughter of Alfred and Carolina (Freidlein) Anderegg. £he was married to Raymond Radabaugh on Nov. 24,1924, in Gutten- jaerg. He died May 26, 1967., Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Financial Examiners Elect Freeporter To National Board Mrs. Alice Harmon of Freeport has b'een elected to the board of governors of the Society of Financial Examiners. * She is head bank examiner of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Chicago. ; The Washington, D.C.,-based society is dedicated to providing the nation's financial examiners with an opportunity to further their abilities and accord them professional recognition among their peers and public at large. There are 50 members of the board of governors. " Mrs. Harmon has been in the examination field eight years. In her current capacity, she is an instructor in the FDIC's bank supervision training center. And Funerals Lee (Regina) Roling of Dickeyville, Wis., Mrs. Leo (Donna) Mafsden of Warren, JVIrs. Wayne (Lonna) McDermott of Galena arid Mrs. Forrest (Fay) 0eal of Maple. Park; two sons, Dean of Galena and DeLos of Stockton. Also, three sisters, Mrs. Charles (Esther) Sugden of Lathrop Village, Mich., Mrs. William (Lydia) Sugden of Mayville, Mich., and Mrs. Irene Aul- ives of Guttenberg; three brothers, William, also of Guttenberg, John of Warren, Mich:, and Ira of Royal Oak, Mich,; 21 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Furlong Funeral Chapel here. The Rev. Marilyn Van Gelder, pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Alvin R. Denekas WINNEBAGO-Mrs. Alvin R: (Erma) Denekas of Warrenville, a former Winnebago resident, died Saturday morning in Central DuPage Hospital, Winfield, after an extended illness. She attended Winnebago schools, was a former member of Zion Church, Freeport,' and had lived in the Warrenville area for 17 years. Born Sept. 30, 1909, in Winnebago County, she was the daughter of Amos and Maude (Knodle). Rowland. She was married to Alvin Denekas on Sept. €, 1933, in German Valley. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Delores) Schrader ,and Mrs. Anthony (Judith Ann) Russo, both of Elkhart, Ind.; three sisters, Miss Hazel of Freeport, Mrs, Leo (Ruby) Van Brocklin of Leaf River and Miss Ethel of Seward; and six grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Genandt Funeral Home, Winnebago. The Rev. Raymond Denekas, pastor of the Reformed Church of Inwood, Iowa, will officiate. Burial will be in Lightsville Cemetery, Leaf River. Friends may call today from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established. Mrs. Preston Rowland MOUNT MORRIS-Mrs. Preston T. (A. Margaret) Rowland, of Mount. Morris died Sunday in KSB Hospital, Dixon, after a' brief illness. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church here. Born June 20, 1910, in Forreston, she was the daughter of Edward and Emma (Diffenbaugh) Dreibelbis. She was married to Preston T. Rowland on June 20, 1931, in Mount Morris. Surviving 'are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Gayle) Boehle of Dixon and Miss Gloria ; of Round Lake; a son, Gerald of Norfolk, Va.; her mother of Mount Morris; and two grandchildren. , Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Indian Lore Theme For Park District's Playground Program Indian lore is being used as, the theme of the Freeport Park District's playground program this week. Scheduled activities include crafts, costumes and-games pertaining to Indians. Children ages 6 through 12 are invited to attend at the playground sites throughout the city. Children who play at the mobile unit on Stearns. Street are scheduled to camp at Oakdale Nature Preserve Friday night. Nature hikes, games and crafts along with campfire activities are planned. Interested youngsters are to bring sleeping bags and tents and their' transportation to and from the preserve south of town must be provided. Finals of the hula hoop and frisbee competition will be held 1 p,m. Wednesday at the Read Park Pavilion. T ( he public is invited. Read Park Pool will be open from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays for persons 18 years of age and older. The pool is also available for rent for an hour each evening and on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Reservations can be made by calling the Read Park office, 233- Wednesday in Finch Funeral Home. The Rev. Richard A. Swedberg, pastor of Trinity Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established for the Cancer Society. Travis Temple CHADWICK-Travis Temple, Formerly of Chadwick, died Saturday evening in Dixon State Hospital, where he had been a patient for 12 years. Born May 28, 1946, in Freeport, he was the son of Riley arid Bessie (Zugschwerdt) Temple. Surviving are his parents and a brother, Barton, all of Chadwick Private graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Chadwick Cemetery. The Rev. Ray Kleinhaus, pastor of First Lutheran Church here, will officiate. There will be no visitation. Frank Funeral Home was in charge of ar- 'rangements. Stuart L Weerda BRODHEAD, Wis.-Stuart L. Weerda, Brodhead, was dead on arrival at St. Clare Hospital; Monroe, Wig., early today after suffering an apparent heart attack at home. He had been operations manager of Green-Rock Farm Service Co-op in Monroe since June 1. He lived in Brodhead five years, moving here from Stockton. He was a member of the' United Methodist Church of Brodhead and Brodhead Lions Club. Born March 10,1928, in Rockford, he was the son of John and Edna (Schokriicht) Weerda. He married Marjorie Fosler in Durand July 18, 1953. Surviving are his widow; two sons, Mark and Scott, and a daughter, Jill, all at home; his mother of Winnebago; two sisters, Mrs. Henry (Dorothy) Appel of Stillman Valley and Mrs. Maynard (Erma Jean) Johnson of Rockford; and two brothers, Gerald and John of Winnebago. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Wendesday in the United Methodist Church, Brodhead. The Rev. Amos Shimko, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Durand Cemetery. Friends may call at McCorkle Funeral Home, Durand, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. A memorial fund has been established. Rockford Driver Involved In Fiery Crash CHICAGO (UPI) - A truck and a car collided in the northbound Dan Ryan Expressway today, killing two children and two adults in the car. and " leaving the driver hanging over the elevated highway in his burning cab, authorities said. • The dead were badly burned and not immediately identified. They were occupants of the car which collided at the 17th Street overpass with a truck driven by Harold Conklin, 59, Rockford, who was rushed from the scene by helicopter to the burn unit of Cook County Hospital. The hospital said he suffered burns on 45 per cent of his body. Witnesses said a series of explosions followed the crash and both vehicles were engulfed by flames about two miles south of Chicago's Loop. > The adults fell from the car on the expressway level to the street and the children were trapped in the wreckage, authorities said. Conklin, his clothes afire, was trapped temporarily in his cab before bystanders removed him and smothered the flames with a blanket. Conklin's cab dangled perilously over the edge of the overpass for more than 30 mihutes before the fire was extinguished and the vehicle was returned to the expressway. Authorities closed all northbound traffic in the expressway, which was called the busiest in the nation in a recent survey. Traffic was backed up about nine miles at the start of the morning rush hour, but by 7 a. m., three-and-a-half hours after the accident, the lanes were rppnrtpri op*>n Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Monday, July 7, 1975 Pag* 13 Legal Notices 'Legal'Notices T IKJS.'SSM^U^^^^ IHARIN "W"SHINO°ON. o c TOMS DISCRIMINATION IN THE use OF THME FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF HIVENU! IA) CATEGORIES fueuc TRANSPORTATION S RECREATION 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FOBAOEDORPOOD FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 10 EDUCATION II SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 12 MOUSING i COM MUNITY DEVELOPMENT 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 4 OTHER ISpcoM CTUAIEK IB) CAPITAL 3/6'.? lc!6ptftAfiN<5/ MAINTENANCE THEODVMNMtNT has received General Revenue Sharing payments totaling *5, 506 duimg the period from July 1. 1974 thru June 30 1975 1 V'ACCOUNTNO 14 3 039 002 ttot-.QTrt TQMNSH1F ' - 39? TUP SIJPV STEPHEMSDN COUNTS' DrtKOTA ILL. 610 13 /.-a $ -•? ( f. '« not been mt.fSactipn 1 JN REQUIREMENTS HAV€ BEEN MET certify that I am Ihe Chief Executive Officer and itlemeni funds reported hereon. I certify that thev iWn^'ft?" C L l' mer , th 5 P flon ly expendiiUTe I03^j>f the matching fund* prohibition ISoction Signa ureoT Chief Ex< tf.Xi.--i, prohibition £/ '\ v / 101 TRUST FUND REPORT Irefar la instruction 0) 1 B»lanc««o»Jun»30 1974 $_ 2 Revanua Sharing Funds Received from July > 1d74thniJuna30 1975 ft,. 3 ImertiM R»cBiv»d or Crodilod (July 1 1974 thru Juno 30 19751 $_ 4 Funds Raloased from Obligations S_ 5 Sumoflmei 1 2 3 4 S_ 8 FVinda Raturnod loOHS $_ 7 Total Funds Available $_ B Total Amount Expandad i (Sum of line 15 column D and column C) $_ 9 Balance ai of June 30 197S $_ Name and Tula 232-2171 Direct Line To Classified Any Time Day Or Night DEADLINE 12 noon, day before Insertion Except Monday Which is 4 p.m. Friday Journal-Standard WANT AD Hours 8 A.M. to 4,30 P.M. Monday through Friday LEGALS ' Legal Notices FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CEDARVILLE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT June 1,1974 to June 1, 1975 •Receipts: Balance qn Hand, June 1,1974.. $15,697.28 Taxes Received 22,564.49 Insurance Refund 2.00 Sale of Truck 250.00 Total Receipts $38,513.77 Disbursements: New Equipment $13,407.66 Repairs to Equipment 798.55 Gas & oil 535.79 Building Maint 920.03 Trustees' Salaries 450.00 Custodial Service ,.. 240.00 Fireman Compensation.. 1,842.00 Supplies 421.31 Volunteer Fireman Insurance 441.00 Building Insurance 178.00 Truck Insurance 1,502.11 Printing & Publishing 239.08' Telephone 1,039.81 Water & Electric Serv 437.04 Heat - Both Stations 1,868.16 Southern Wisconsin - Northern Illinois Fireman's Assn. Dues 10.00 Illinois Assn. of Fire Protection Dist. dues £5.00 Bank Box Rent 7.00 Trustees' Bonds 206.00 State License Fees 45.00 Postage 13.15 Water Hydrant Rent..... 500.00 Lawyer's Fees 300.00 Total Disbursements ....$25,466.49 RECAPITULATION: Receipts $38,513.77 Disbursements 25,466.69 Balance on Hand, June 1,1975 $13,047.08 Clark E. Zipse Treasurer 7-7-lt NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that Richard W. Hoffner and James P, Virtue have filed an application for an assumed name certificate with the County Clerk of Stephenson County, Illinois for "Mobile Home Diversified" covering a business located at P.O. Box 387, Freeport, Illinois 61032. Richard W. Hoffner James P. Virtue 6-23-30-7-7 STATE OF ILLINOIS SS STEPHENSON COUNTY IN THE.CIRCUIT COURT OF STEPHENSON COUNTY SHIRLEY JEAN JONES, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM DELL JONES, Defendant IN CHANCERY NO. 75-D-49 The requisite affidavit publication having been filed, notice is hereby given you, William Dell Jones, Defendant, in the above- entitled suit, that the above suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Stephenson County by said Plaintiff against you, praying for divorce and for other relief; that summons was duly issued out of the said Court against you as provided by law, and that the said suit is still pending. Now, therefore, unless you, William Pell Jones, said Defendant, file your answer to the Complaint in said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, in .the said Circuit Court of Stephenson County, held In the Courthouse In the City of Freeport, Illinois, on or before July 21, 1975, default may be entered against you after that day, and a Decree for Divorce entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated June 20,1975. Etha Champlin, Clerk Pro Tern Karen Oefeleln, Deputy John B. Whiton Attorney for Plaintiff 10 E. Stephenson St. Freeport, Illinois 233-3186 6-23-30 7-7 IFI THE NEWS M6DIA HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT A COMPLETE COPY OF THIS REPORT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCU LATION I HAVE A COPY OF THIS REPORT AND RECORDS DOCUMENTING THE CONTENTS THEY ARE OPEN FOR PUBLIC SCRUTINY AT Legal Notices NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Public Property Committee of the City Council requests bids for the construction of a pole building for use as a salt storage facility at the City Yards. Bids will be accepted at the Office of the Mayor, City Hall, Freeport, Illinois 61032 until 5:00 P.M., Tuesday, July 15,1975 and at that time publicly opened,and read. Specifications may be obtained from the City Engineer, City Hall, Freeport, Illinois. By submitting each bid, each bidder understands and agrees to comply in full with Article III, Equal Employment Opportunity Clause of the Rules and Regulations for public contracts under the State of Illinois Fair Employment Practice Act. The Committee reserves the right to waive any technicalities and to reject any or all bids received. Signed: David Roskam Chairman, Public Property Committee 7-3-7-21 STATE OF ILLINOIS SS STEPHENSON COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF STEPHENSON COUNTY SHIRLEY JEAN JONES, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM DELL JONES, Defendant IN CHANCERY NO. 75-D-49 The requisite affidavit publication having been filed, notice is hereby given you, William Dell Jones, Defendant in the above- entitled suit, that the above suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Stephenson County by said Plaintiff against you, praying for divorce and for other relief; that summons was duly issued out of the said Court against you as provided by law, and that the said suit is still pending. Now, therefore, unless you, William Dell Jones, said Defendant, file your answer to the Complaint in said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the said Circuit Court of Stephenson County, held in the Courthouse in the City of Freeport, Illinois, on or before July 21, 1975, default may be entered against you after that day, and a Decree for Divorce entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated June 20, 1975 Etha Champlin, Clerk Pro Tern Karen Oefeleln, Deputy John B. Whiton Attorney for Plaintiff 10 E. Stephenson St. Freeport, Illinois 233-3186 6-23-30;7-7 ANNOUNCEMENTS Deaths In Memorlam In loving Memory Of DON HALSTEAD who passed away 9 years ago today, July 7, 1966. Wonderful memories woven in gold. This'is the picture I tenderly hold, The tears in my eyes I can wipe away, The ache in my heart will always stay. WIFE & CHILDREN Monuments, Cemetery Lots 9 ENGELS MONUMENT WORKS Cor. Demeter Dr. & W. Empire PHONE 232-9119 FLACHTEMEIER Established 1874 807 S. Adams Ave. 232-2312 Personals 10 ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN! ARE YOU PREPARED? INSURE WITH US Western States Insurance Co. BIBLES & TRANSLATIONS $2.50 and up. CHRISTIAN SUPPLY CENTER Collectors - Bicentennial Plates Also Rockwell Plates & Bells RINGERS, on the plaza It's Strawberry Shortcake Time At DAIRY DREEM! NEW WOODLAND ANIMALS HOUSE & GARDEN 700 W. South St. 232-3298, PASSPORT PHOTOS H. J. WARE, Photographer 28 W. Main 232-5812 PLACEMATS and napkins - in many colors, designs and fabrics. C. H. Little, 2? E. Stephenson. Pregnant & Distressed? Call 232-4093 SERIOUS about saving? Give some serious attention to the Golden Passbook Savings Plans at State Bank. ESTATE JEWELRY - One carat solitaire diamond: ladies' fancy tiger eye ring with diamonds. Examine at Luecke Jewelers, 10 E. Main St. FULL LINE of HO supplies and accessories. EMMERT DRUG CO., Hobby Dept., 2nd floor. HOST wakes up brightness, fluffs the nap as it dry cleans your carpets. Rent the HOST machine from Freeport Ceramic Tile. 447 W. South St. Personals 10 Sager Tours July 15th, 1 day, Wisconsin Dells. July 19th, 9 days, Colorado & Cheyenne Rodeo. August 1st or 15th, 3 days, Grand Ole Opera. August 4th, 5 days, Ozark Hills & Suver Dollar City. August 4th, 4 days, Macklnac Island & Soo Locks. 232-3128 SHOP FOR DRAPERIES in your own home. Call 233-3191 for personal service, Wcise's. SOUP MUGS & SANDWICH PLATES Garrity Gifts Lincoln Mall WANTED - Ladies' dresses, size 24Vi or any other clothing size 24$. Must be reasonable. Call 233-1689. Where Crafty People Shop ... DOROTHY'S CRAFT SHOP 607 Turner. Davis 865-5187 Announcements 11 THE ANNUAL Ruter Reunion Will be held SUNDAY, JULY 20th, at 12:29 in the i Forreston Community Park. Garage & Yard Sale 13 GARAGE SALE - Monday & Tues., 9-5, 485 S. Kenwood Ave. Lg. bird cage, elcc. appliances, dishes, knick-knacks, clothing for everyone. Automobiles For Sale 21 Showpiece '74 REGAL Four Door Sedan * Factory air * AM/KM stereo radio * Power windows * Power door locks * Individual front seats (6-way power on driver side) * Tilt wheel * Cruise control * Electric rear window defroster * Automatic level control * Trunk release Buick's little limousine in cinnamon bronze metallic with beige vinyl roof. On display at our used car lot, 1650 S. Galena Ave., 233-1422, next to Koym Lighting Center. KEN HAROLD BUICK-PONTIAC Open Mon. & Fri. Till 9 Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Till 8 . Sat. Till 5 SMITH FORD SALES, INC. FORD SALES & SERVICE Open Wed. & Fri. till 9 p.m. Forreston, 111. 938-2131 John Manus, Freeport, 232-5434 Tired Of Second Rate Driving? '73 CHARGER 2-door hardtop. V-8 automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, vinyl roof, air conditioning. A perfect preowned car. f '73 PONTIAC Le Mans Sport Coupe. V-8 automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, vinyl top, air conditioning. Like new. See These Fine Cars At Our MAIN & ADAMS LOT DONAHUE MOTORS WE LEASE & RENT CARS American Motors - Dodge Open Saturday Till 5 Monday & Friday Till 9 Tues,, Wed. & Thurs. Till 5:30 In Downtown Freeport NEW, Spring-Van Buren, 233-1517 USED, Main at Adams, 232-7612 Designer^ Choice 74 Camaro LT * Factory Air * AM/FM stereo radio * Power windows * Tilt wheel * Radial whitewall tires * Turbine wheels * 11,000 actual miles A beautifully cared for lady's car, on the staff of General Motor's design. Its color is silver cloud with matching interior. See it at our used car lot, 1650 S. Galena, 233-1422, next to Koym Lighting. Center. KEN HAROLD BUICK-PONTIAC Open Mon. & Fri. Till 9 Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Till 6 Sat. Till 5 Automobiles For Sale 21 Why Go To A Little Dealer Ihms has over 100 NEW CARS and over \00 Used in stock at all times, at nothing but Big, Big, Big, Big, BIG DISCOUNTS .... Our' volume takes care of our small overhead. Also, before you buy a new or used car check the Dealer's Service Dept. MUST SELL - '67 Camaro, 396, body exc. $250. Phone 232-7845 WANT ADS - Will help you find a new car and a buyer for the old one. . . Call 232-2171. WE REPAIR - Magnetos, alternators, generators, starters that you bring in! GERRY'S MOTOR CLINIC 324 E. Washington St. 233-2113 AUTOMOTIVE Body Repair & Repainting PERDUES 55 E. Monterey St. 282-3167 Hoy Ford Sales Monday - Sat., till 5 p.m. Friday till 9 p.m. LENA, ILL. 369-4414 \ r IHMS Himself '75 DUSTER 6 '74 PLYMOUTH SCAMP, 6 cyl. stick, like brand new In the showroom '74 GREMLIN, air '73 DODGE Charger '73 SATELLITE hardtop '73 FURY hardtop '73 FURY 4-door '73 GRAN TORINO '73 SATELLITE 4-door '72 FORD Mustang '72 DODGE Polara '72 JAVELIN AMX 72 CHEV. Nova '72 FURY sedan '72 GREMLIN, 6 cyl. '72 PONTIAC Gr^nvllle '72 IMPALA coupe' '72 IMPALA sedan '72 MALIBU Coupe, air '71 CAPRICE '71 BUICK Le Sabre '71 FORD % Ton '71 MALIBU 2-door '71 MERCURY Cougar '71 BUICK 4-door hardtop I FARSIGHTED "WISt" CAR BUYERS WANT AFTER-THE-SALE SERVICE... AS WELL AS THE BEST PRICE. '71 FORD Wagon '71 IMPALA 4-door .'71 CHALLENGER '71 AMBASSADOR Wagon '71 IMPALA Coupe '71 DUSTER, air '71 FORD T-BIRD '71 CHRYSLER 300 2- door hardtop, red & white, just like brand new '70 CAPRICE coupe '70 CHRYSLER sedan '70 BEL AIR sedan '70 FORD wagon '70 FORD sedan '70 BUICK Skylark 70 IMPALA hardtop, air '70 CHRYSLER 4-door '70 AMBASSADOR sedan '70 PONTIAC 2-door '70 CHRYSLER sedan '70 DODGE Polara" '66 FORD sedan, excellent car, 1495 , 100 More Used Cars At Very Reasonable Prices Richard & Lillian Ihm IHM Motor Sales On The Beltline "In Wonderful Freeport" 232-5141 Opin tonight till 9 P.M.
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