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CLASSIFIED Mlu. , t , p«r wen) .............. It I eVrjrt, (Mr wart) ............. lie • flOyit pef WOM ••»•••••••••• ••)•> 24 tfeyt, per were) ............ fOc Us* 10 t*r tent tot ettk to wtame* DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deodtlnt tor *Jay ef (MtbHeotie* 00 Tlit Telegram is retpemiMt) tor eery Me incorrect fatrtloit. 1—SpeeM Notice* Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrivt By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays *-5 p.m. S«turd»vi For Your Paper ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardcndale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BH 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription n le a s e send your address and all num- bcrs as shown on a recent issue. -Itf PARTIES, CLUBS, ~lmd~PSLA. interested in sponsoring summer vacation movies, and matinees on Saturday for children, Contact Mgr. State Theater. —5 WE PAY ?i cash If any same item can be rurchnsed at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. _3itf WEDDING DRESS, size 9 and formal size '9. T-model pickup. 1207 N. 10th. S. Apt. —5pd NON-GROUP Blue Cross-Blue Shield enrollment is now open. For further information call BR 6-4590, Garden City. -3 McVICKBR AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 6•482. Garden City, Kansas. -Itf •—•iisiiMft Services NEEDING SERVICES on these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pickup and delivery on small appliances within city. —7tf NOTICE"FARMERS - You can i still get in on our low off sea-' son prices. Hurry this offer won't last long. Phone BR 67814, ask for Caroll. Powell's Disc Rolling Service. —7pd 5—Itiitltesi Services For DEAD STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always S3-TF; TOP soil for yards, delivered! Dial BJt 6-3771, Smith Sand Co. -31tf 7—Htlp Wanted WANTED: Married man for year around job. Irrigation and general farm work. References necessary. No drifters or drinkers. Modern house and good wages. Ueo.Mobile Hemes $645 down and $86.26 a month includes interest, insurance and sales tax. Will buy a brand new 10 wide, two City Bernard I. Rose. R.F.D. 3 Scott i bedroom, completely furnished ~ 3 with storm windows, gas heat, SALESMAN: PART time, possible full time. BR 6-5506 after 7:00 P.M. _8 MAN WITH car — to make insurance and credit reports on part time basis. Should have a few daytime hours available each week. Opportunity to make steady additional income with a national reporting agency. No selling. Reply to Lock Box 881, Wichita 1, Kansas. —5 MANAGER — WELL established business with good future. No age limit. Agricultural background preferred but not necessary. Hive references, experience and education. Salary based on ability. Mail replys to Box H142 % the Telegram. —3 8—Situations Wanted • 15 TON MOBILE CRANE • BASEMENT EXCAVATING • BULLDOZER WORK • MOTOR GRADER • 8ACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 1608 E. Fulton Garden City 1 27-TF I CHAIN SAW for hire and yard work. BR 6-4664. —4 HOUSEWORK \VANTED~8 0 3 Inge, BR 6-4449. -5 IRONINGSlvANTBD. BR~64759. —5 f—For Rent 20 gal. hot water heater. Leisurama — 24 feel wide. New Moon — 12 feet wide. Hiway 50 West JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6.6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 day* We trade for anything Lombard! Won't Trade Homung MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (Af>) Paul Hornung will play for th'e Green Bay Packers and nobody else if he is re-instated. Vince Lombard), coach-general manager of the Packers, is" very definite about this. "Once again I will say that 73.TF 1 Paul Hornung will not be trad- Mi«i«» j ed," said Lombard! at the close | of the annual meetings of the : National Football League. "I ' can not emphasize that too _____________ _____________ __ ! much. Any trade talk is ridicu- WANT TO BUY: 10 gallon crock. I lous. I postively have no GOOD USED light rifle- BR 6-6884. BR 6-3512. —8 15—.Form Machinery ONE BEDROOM furnished up- stnirs apartment and garage. Adults. No pets. BR 6-4323, ask tor Lydia. -24tf FURNISHED vSMALL apartment. BR 0-9923. 501 5th St. —23tf ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- mcnt, utilities paid, $50.00 per month. DR 6-3153 or BR 6-4578. —30tf STOCK REDUCTION SALE on all new machinery 2—1963 4010 «td dieul JO Tractors 1 — 1943 4010 RC Diesel JD Tractor 3-f6 JD RollOvtr flow 2-16 JD Roll Over Plow 7 Row JD PA400 Milo Planter 100 JD Tool Carrier 6 lection No. 12 Rotary Hoe IDA JD Feed Mill 14-10 LZB JD Drill 4SW JD Tractor Loader 207 JD Gyramor 307 JD Gvramor No. 9 JD Mower Evans One Stop Service Kalvesta, Kansn 7B-3T 16—Livestock, r«h, Poultry THREE BEDROOM house, four months old. Call BR 6-5463 after 3 p.m. —4 FOR SALE: Fivp year old Hoi- stein cow. Edward Isaac, Ulysses, Kansas. Flanders 6-2410. -3pd 18—HointhoM Need. '—Help "WICHITA Wholesale Kitchen Distributor wishes to hire am bitious young man with car as district representative to travel western Kansas. Salary, expense account and commission. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Write Garden City Telegram, box 1143, Garden"- City, Kansas. —4 MEN! OPERATE HEAVY EQUIPMENT Vait new 15 year building program underway now. Additional men needed to train *t heavy equipment op- •ratort. Complete training on actual equipment ef your choice. Equipment operator! are among the higheit paid ikilli In conitruction today. For complete Information tend name, addreit, telephone number and houri at home to: United Equipment Operator* School, Inc. JI9 McBirney Bldq. Tulta, Oklahoma i Contractor!: Information about our trained operators upon requeit. Fully | accredited member of The Ann., of ; Home Study Sehoolt. . 7I-85-H FOUR BEDROOM house, Two bedroom house. Small apart- ,._,__ _.._._.„ , , , , ments. BR 6-4001. -3tf, U S BD DUNCAN Phyfe style dining room table and four chairs. 'BR 6-3896. —3 TWO BEDROOM, forced air. 307 E. Chestnut. $83.00. BR 6-5140. -3tf TWO BEDROOM house. 2111 Third. -3tf FURNISHED apartments. 4205. AND unfurnished Bills piid. BR 6- —24tf ONE LARGE room furnished apartment. Carport if wanted. Phone BR 6-5C68. —27tf APARTMENTS, 615 N. Main. ADULTS only. —2 NICE UNFURNISHED duplex. Basement and garage. In nice part of town. Adults. BR 6-6866. —3 USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. ' _ltf Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimate* Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6-5311 13-TP FOR SALE; Phllco upright freezer, brand new unit, $90. Call BR 6-5463 after 3 p.m. —5 BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. i cheap. BR 6-5619. 1st. • -Itf FOR SALE: Used refrigerator, medium sized, top condition, CARHOPS: Must be 16 years or older. Cree-Mce Drive-In. —5 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment bachelor or couple, utilities paid. Close in. BR 6-4245. —4 UNFURNISHED TWO bedroom modern house. Phone BR 65706. —4 PARTLY FURNISHED upstairs apartments, close in, adults. Finnup Office BR 6-3032. —4pd HOUSE PRICES REDUCED estate 2 bedroom w«h basement good school location, below (7,000. Storage bldg. in back. 1 bedroom, built In kitchen, carpeted and air conditioned in perfect ichool location, 3 yean eld. Price reduced. I bedroom, carpeted and attached geraqe, iutt redecorated. Make ui en offer—Aita Brown location. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 «R 4-4544 j I bedroom with double garage northiieje corner location. Owner i wants to tell—make oHer. , New 3 bedroom, double garage, 2 ' , bathi, full basement, brick on Eait i tide. Make ui an offer, Rneit carpeted, air conditioned tpllt level in town. Owner layt tell —make ui an offer. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY j BR 6-7741 BR *.J67* 74-TF ; FOR SALE: Two bedroom house. 515 N. 13th St. Nice lawn and garage. Newly redecorated. Follow instructions on door. —6 SINGER SEWING machine equipped to make buttonholes and fancy stitches. $35.00 or $5.00 per month. Call BR 6-7970. —5pd thought of trading him. If Hor nung plays he will play for us." You can't be more definite than that. All that remains now is for Commissioner Pete Ro zelle to take action on Hornung and Alex Karras, Detroit's defensive tackle, who were suspended indefinitely a year ago for betting on pro football games. The Detroit Lions, like the Packers, are including their suspended star in their plans for 1964 in the hope that he will be re-instated. There has been no indication from Rozelle about the course of action he will follow. When the two were suspended, Rozelle said the indefinite suspension could be construed to mean at least one year. "I will not start. looking into the Hornung and Karras situation until late February," Rozelle told newsmen Thursday. Both the Packers and Lions, of course, can make no definite moves until Rozelle makes up his mind. Pro-Bcrsfcefbaff By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division W. U Pet. G.B. 37 14 .725 — ' Boston ... Cincinnati Phila'phia New York 36 23 17 19 29 41 .655 .442 .293 Weftern Division San Fran. ., 3d St. Louis .... 33 Los Angeles 31 Baltimore . 21 Detroit 14 23 24 24 32 36 .574 .571 .564 .396 .280 23 Vis 9% 15 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE: 1956 Ford. Call BR 6-7930 after 5:30 P.M. —3 INDUSTRIAL BUILDING WANTED Hastings Irrigation Pipe Co. Is looking for building approxi-' mately 40' by 200' with adjoining lot area 100' by 200'. This, building should have concrete floor. Capable of supporting < tubing mills. Should have power and water available. Plnase send all details in fint letter to Hastings Irrigation Pipe Co., ; P.O. Box 607, Hastings, Nebraska. 73-6T GARDEN CITY MUL1I - LIST FHA Low down payment, now offering three bedroom homes in East Village with baiement and garage, No specials. Low 5i% interest. For de- teilt contact: /«•<•/(/ s W <</ Estate IR 4-4731—Eve IR *.}U7 ACRE AND HAIF ' New—two »tory, 2300 feet of living area, four bedroomt, two baths, carpeted 15x20 living room. Very large , beoVcomi. Best workmanship. Lots of room for that hone. Price is under $9.00 per square foot. $4,000.00 ;down to handle. ! Atherton j StalUworth AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut 8R 6-4622 feve. 6-3164 THREE BEDROOM, Urge family room, double garage, basement and fully carpeted. Owner leaving town and mutt sell! (Oil f. Agency II M7o» Atherton-StalUworth CempbeM Abstract Tommy Grave*. Auctioneer-Realtor Heinemaan Ageno Lev Kisner and Sen Don Ullfv R»altpr» Jesse Scott Reel!*-* WEST SIDE 3 bedroom, all carpeted and draped. Haj built in itove and full baie- ment. 2 bedroom older home hai new room and aluminum storm windows. Have many others in all price ranges. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Laurel Call Day or Evenings BR 6-7827 71-H NEW HOMES. $695llown7~$89.97 Mo. 6 closets, fully carpeted. Drapes, Birch kitchen. Basement partitioned, semi - finished. Attached garage. Merlin Smith Ph. 6-4886 or 6-4180. -19pd HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTAT£ Real Eitate We Buy, Sell or Trad* Cash for your Equity Hi W. Laurel IR e.JT4l T.TF 1949- FORD TWO door sedan. Good condition, $75.00. BR 64140. —3 '53 PLYMOUTH, 2 door, standard transmission. Very good mechanically and appearance.' $200. BR 6-3515. —Itf 1961 % TON DODGE truck, 29,000 miles, new tires, top shape, $1,000. Garden City-Steel Co. in Saturday's Results Boston 119, Philadelphia 111 San Francisco 125, New York 106 St. Louis 113, Los Angeles 98 Detroit 112, Baltimore lU Sunday's Results Cincinnati 119, Boston 117 (ot) San Francisco 120, Baltimore 118 (ot) St. Louis 107, Los Angeles 105 Prep Cage Team Hits 100 Per Cent of Shots HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP)The fans who attended the semifinals of the Madison County Basketball Tournament didn't see much action although they saw some fancy shooting. Sparkman High School made 100 per cf»n* of its field goal attempts Friday night but lost. New Hope made 75 per cent of its shots. ^ Sparkman employed stalling tactics from the start of the game, waiting more than seven Number of Individual Stock Owners Dwindles By SAM DAWSON AP Business Ntws Analyst NEW YORK (AP)-Retura of the public to the stock market after its fright batik in the 1962 crash is seen by many in the rise in speculative activity. But is it the same kind of individual the Behlen Building, 1900 E. Ful- i minutes between shots. ton. BR 6-4802. 21—Itniirau Opportunities • The score? Sparkman 5. New Hope 10, OPPORTUNITIES FOR TRUCKERS Get into the growing tram- portation buiinen«-ei en Independent contrector. Earn top money. We need men 25 to SO who own or can buy late model H ton truck to tow houie trail* eri nation wide. Mult be able to pan ICC phyilcal. Contact National Trailer Convoy, weit of Newton, Kani. on Hwy SO-S 14-H Rec Cagers in Three Contests Three games were played at Ben Grimsley Gym here Satur- call BR 6-3338 after five. 11«—Ifobilt Horn* FOR SALE or rent: Two bedroom house with attached garage. Sell $75.00 and rent $85.001 d ni ht ta recrea tion a l league per month. See Bill Saunders or basketball Dicks' Dairy defeated Santa Fe Motors of Deerfield 62-22. Fuller Brush bested Garnand Furniture 57-32. Ingalis downed Best Seed Co. 58-46. Yount led the Dairymen with 16 points and Rupp added 11. Grant Kettler paced Deerfield with 9. For Fuller Brush, Johnson hit 19 points and Larry Stuew* 16. Don Coulter led Garnand with 11 points. Jim Gottschalk and Jerry Horning each scored 8. Jim O'Blenness led Ingalis with the night's high of 23 points. He hit 11 field goals. Steve Flowers added 10 points. For Best Seed, R. Denton, J. Roth, and Earl Eliaseu each scored 10. Three games nightly are scheduled this week on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Garden City Mobile Homes Hiw«y $0 West BR 6-4111 34', 12', 10' wide New Trailers now on display. Alto 10' and I 1 wide Used Trailers. 70-TF Tanganyika Slap* Censorship on N«ws DAR ES SALAAM, Tanganyika (AP)—The Tanganyika gov,- ernment imposed censorship today on all news cables and all telephone calls by news organizations. Home Minister Job Lusinde said censorship was necessary "in the interests of public safety and tranquility." . The government began restricting newspapers and newsmen after the recent army mutiny. Fourteen states where parimu- tual harness racing is conducted were enriched a total of $82,624,086 in 1963. College Basketball By THK ASSOCIATED PftESS 'EAST St. Bonaventure 75, Santa Clara 54 Princeton 65, Pennsylvania 52 Setoa Hall 94, Georgetown 90 Holy Cross 99, Boston Col. 71 New York U. 86, Army 66 Providence 83, Rhode Island 76 Yale 75, Harvard 62 Brown 66, Dartmouth 62 La Salle 80, St. Joseph 70 Penn State 79, Temple 65 Pittsburgh 108, Carnegie Tech 75 Fordham 66, Canisius 57 Syracuse 96, Manhattan 65 Lafayette 85, Colgate 81 SOUTHWEST Ariz. St. U. 58, Tex. West. 56 Texas A&M 74, Rico 70 St. Louis 57,- N. Texas St. 55 Texas Tech 94, Texas 90 Hardin - Simmons 103, West Texas State 68 Arizona 71, S. California 63 New Mexico 57, Panhandle A&M 36 Arkansas 74, Baylor 70 S. Methodist 79, Tex. Christian 67 Grambling 111, Prairie View 93 MoMurry 84. Arlington St. 67 SOUTH Kentucky 77, Florida 72 Davidson 129, Va. Military 91 Auburn 81, Vanderbilt 63 Duke 121, Navy 65 Georgia Tech 93, Alabama 81 W. Virginia 81, Vir. Tech 73 Louisiana St. 77, Miss. 67 Mississippi St. 81, Tulane 77 Georgia 79, Tennessee 67 Miami, Fla. 85, Florida Southern 78 i Maryland 80, Geo. Wash. 76 Marshall 87, W. Michigan 82 Virginia 50, N. Carolina St. 48 Furman 71, Richmond 60 MIDWEST Michigan 95, Michigan St. 79 Wichita 100. Marquette 63 Villanova 79, Detroit 70 Louisville 83, DePaul 79 Chicago Loyola 85, Iowa 71 Illinois 73, Northwestern 71 Purdue 87, Indiana 84 Xavier, Ohio 82, Davton 81 Drake 63, Bradley 61 Oklahoma St. 67, Iowa St. 53 Kansas State 58, Kansas 55 Colorado 90, Oklahoma 77 Minnesota 111, Wisconsin 92 Creighton 106, Aquinas 60 Missouri 78, Nebraska 60 Evansville 79, Valnaraiso 49 FAR WEST UCLA 87, California • Santa Barbara 59 Oregon St. 67, Washington 59 Utah 79, Utah State 67 Brigham Young 57, Denver 56 Oregon 72, California 64 Portland 75, Memnhis St. 66 Wyoming 62, Air Force 59—ot Colo. St. U. 77. Montana St. 6 1 ! San Francisco 74, Redlands 45 Sam Snead Defeated In Medal Play Event . PALM BEACH GARDENS j Fla. (AP)—A final round par 72 ' gave John. Barnum of Belmont, Mass., his second straight PG National Golf Club medal play championship by a single stroke Sunday. . Barnum posted a total of 281 to defeat Sam Snead of Boca Raton, Fla., who finished with 282 in the 72-hole $25,000 tournament. Barnum won $1,700 and Snead $1,300. Burglars Get $14,000 In City Hall Silver EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP)Burglars broke into the vault at City Hall early Sunday—a half- block from the police station— and fled with about $14,000 in silver. Police said the burglars also broke into a soft drink machine and drank while they worked to open the vault in the basement. who bought stocks a few years back? Some glamour stocks have been getting a big ride reminiscent of the flush days of 1961. Trading volume has been heavy on many days this month. But whether the activity of in- We»tt i Set. FOR SALE: 16* graii box, 500 bushel, Call BR 6-6317. -5 Harness racing in 1863 was conducted over 423 tracks, which also includes fairs. NOTICE My office will be clowd from Feb. 6 through Feb. 9 while w* attend § research seminar in Fort Worth, Texas 617 N. Main Dr. K. L. Bourne garden City, Jacobs Wins Springs Playoff PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) —Tommy Jacobs is getting a little bolder and Jimmy Demaret is getting a little older. Which is not only a rhyme but a reason the $50,000 Palm Springs Golf Classic turned out the way it did. Jacobs won It, beating Demaret on the second hole of a sudden - death playoff Sunday after they finished the regulation 90 holes in 353 strokes each, seven under par. Demaret, 53, offered this wry salute to his 28-year-old adversary: "Tommy's a good boy and it was nice he could win it. After all, I've got a lot of years left and he's about through." Demaret, who . hasn't won a PGA tournament in nearly seven years, admitted the 90-hole exercise left him slightly exhausted. In the playoff, he gave away 25 years. Appletan Gets Pact. Family Get* Cattle HOUSTON (AP)—All-America Texas tackle Scott Appleton has signed a four-year pact with the Houston Oilers because, "I de- be happier here in signed a contract which promises him $104,000 in cash, plus several business deals, adding up to a potential $150.000 package. The Steelers figured on Appleton as a replacement for Big Daddy Lipscomb, whose death last spring left a big hole in the defensive line. Now they will have to look elsewhere. Among other inducements for their son's signature, Appleton's family received 38 head of cattle for their Brady, Tex. ranch. cided' I'd Texas." Appleton dividuals traders, as distiflCt from the many institutions tfift play an ever more importsSt role in the market, is for in-and out speculation or for relatively long term investment is a question. £ The big jump in the num** of individual Americans wind own stocks that marked the previous four years seems to have slowed markedly in 19 The role of the institutions owners goes on increasing. ",•* Seme top • name corporation* traditional choice of the lons/.- term investor, have" seen tfte number of Individual stockholders decline in the last 12 or H months. Others have seen the long advance hi numbers slacken. ;,;* Many of the stock splits announced in recent weeks hatfe frankly named as a reason tifc desire to bring shareprices info the reach of more people to widen the ownership. The mqje to make stock acquisition eaiy and attractive for employes also is spreading among corporations. -* Stockholders are potential customers for and advertisers of a company's products. Also, wide ownership makes for stability, narrows the opportunity for a take-over raid by one clique or an outsider. Large shareowner rolls tend to make future corporate financing easier. Corporate, executives usually deny domination by the institutions—pension funds, bank trustees, insurance companies, mutual funds—whose ever swelling piles of cash to invest have spurred their stock purchasing. But the role of institutional traders in the stock market itself is closely watched by federal regulatory agencies and exchange officials alike. And the part they play or could play in corporate affairs is also of interest to individual stockowners, big and litUe, and to corporate management. Sampling surveys have indicated that the number of individual stockholders swelled since World War II to as high as 17 million. SEAT BELTS Installed "7 QO Mtlt ft. Only /eQ7 Car* ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER •14 N. ith 13TH ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE FIVE STATES HEREFORD BREEDERS ASSOCIATION OFFERING 49 TOP QUALITY HEREFORDS 37 Bulls and 12 Females FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1964 Show Begins at 9:30 A.M.—Sale Starts Promptly at 1:30 P.ML IN THE HEATED LIVESTOCK ARENA BUILDING AT THE... FAIR GROUNDS AT BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA For Catalogs or Information Contact Ferrell Smith, secretary, Fiva States Hereford Breeders Association, Box 248, Boise City, Oklahoma Phont 3271 CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sheffer 12. Z4 29 3Z 44> 21 38 30 Z5" 47 SO 73. 40 Bio B 14 n 54- ffl (O 44- HORIZONTAL 40. troubles l.aurpaM 41. like a wing 4. American hiitorian |. Biblical wectf 12. lubricate 13. conger* 14. avouch 15. wave mei*. acingly 17. hawk rota 18. close 19. passage* 80. Woden (var.) 42. a fan palm 46. yearn 47. wild plum 48. geological age 49. off 50. natives of; » suffix U. cereal pain VERTICAL 1. male swan 2. melody 3. sowers 4. style of auto 5. one named in. will 6. overhead railways 7. hardwood, tree 8- one of the Society islands 1 9. feminine name 10.true 11. Scottish. Gaelic Answer to Saturday's puzzle. JCIAIUISIETS ammm HQH EHHB 94. the dill 25. small bit tt.Karel Capelc opu» 10- functions in trigonometry It three-toed •loth* 32. perfume* 34. a bow *W.maacuUnr name M-New England state 97. a frolic DRWP DSMLDMV 'NJAA 2-3 2-3 16. tidy 19. pismires 20. piece of merchao> dice 21. burden 22. the whole) jury 23. war god 25. size of type 26. coffee coo* tainer 27. jungl» beast 28. Italian princely houso 30. dirk 33. vigor 34. a vegetable) 36. buffoons 37. dining ball (Sp.) 98. farm imple. ment 89. frog- gemie 40. medicinal plant 42. Greek letter 43. high, ID music Arcre«« Note oi tolutloo: gl mlnutci. **• plaything (0 I8fr». 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