Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on January 5, 1981 · Page 2
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2A DETROIT FREE PRESSMONDAY, JAN. 5, 1981 ft ' ."TJwuv 1 iiMl. fount J'esco denies is uiyotuillltll ; Robert Vesco, the fugitive financier, says he has not "disappeared. 'vanished or absconded" and will be back in Nassau Monday, ready to I fight Bahamian efforts to deport him. Vesco dropped from sight Tuesday, two days after vhe asked for political -.asylum. Grim, vacant mystery house checked in Atlanta slayings From AP and UPI ATLANTA Searchers for Atlanta's missing children are Intrigued by a mysterious abandoned house where children's shoes were found along with axes, shovels and a Bible nailed open to a passage dealing with death, a search organizer said Sunday. City Councilman Arthur Langford said the old wooden house in the Adamsville section of southwest Atlanta was "really strange." But Langford said there was no firm indication that any of the missing children had been there. Langford has organized volunteer teams on weekends to help police find clues in the cases. Since July 1979, 11 black children from low-income areas have been found dead and four are still missing. All were between the ages of 7 and 15. "We really don't know, but we're checking it out now," said Langford. "We can't let anything go unchecked." "TWO ROOMS smelled like decaying flesh and one had several mattresses in it," said Katherine Whetstone, a team leader whose work with the Langford search parties dates back to the first Saturday foray which turned up the only body found by the volunteers. She said the smell was similar to what she recalled from the area where the body of seven-year-old La-Tonya Wilson was found last October. She said two Bibles were found nailed to a wall of the house. "One was open to a passage from Isaiah," she said. "It was about mixing blood and murders. They were literally nailed to the wall." She said other items found at the scene included two hatchets, some children's shoes and clothing, and adult and children's bicycles. The items were turned over to police for checking. David Westbrook, owner of the house, said he had rented it but did not know where the tenants had gone. He said they left behind their possessions. Meanwhile, five medical detectives are studying the cases of the 15 missing and slain children to try to establish which Atlanta children run the greatest risk of becoming homicide victims. "It meets the classical definition of an epidemic a greater occurrence than is usually expected for a given time, place and population," said Fulton County Health Commissioner William Elsea. JJclroil 4frcc Vvcss (U.S.CS. 155-500) Published daily and Sunday by Detroit Free Pren, Inc. at 321 W. lorayette, Detroit, Michigan 48231. Second clait pottage paid at Detroit, Michigan. 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Woodward jSf Royal Oak, Mich. 41072 Between 13 .ml n Mile Roade S Phone )tt- i iiiiij jiii i in taw i i i m i toaMe..ejriiwii; ,w J m.'mfrmf' tyii'tweJ) "jwg gPl-:"'-!" i.ikieisj.tis t s s si. E3 t -A I at is H si fce mt WE PAY CASH FOR CLASS RINGS AND WEDDING BANDS CLASS RINGS HEAVY RINGS 18K 14K Mini-Ring (8 grams) mm.... $88.00 $72.00 Small Ring (12 grams) ....ami... 132.00 108.00 Medium Ring (18 grams). 198.00 162.00 Large Ring (24 grams)...fl?m.. 264.00 216.00 Ex. Lge. Ring (30 grams) .!?.. 330.00 270.00 Jumbo Ring (36 grams) ....... 396.00 324.00 Heavy Jumbo (44 grams) .?... 484.00 396.00 WEDDING BANDS LT. RINGS 18K 14K Mini-Ring (3 Grams) sm.... $33.00 $27.00 Small Ring (5.5 Grams) 60.50 49.50 Medium Ring (7Krams)... 82.50 67.50 Large Ring (10 Grams) .Mm... 115.50 94.50 Ex. Lge. Ring (13 Grams). ffiw... 143.00 117.00 Jumbo (16 Grams) ?;.. 176.00 144.00 10K $56.00 )f 84.00 )f 126.00 )f 168.00 f 210.00 10K $21.00 252.00 308.00 38.50 52.50 73.50 91.00 112.00 PRICES BASED ON $600 PER OZ. GOLD. IF GOLD QOE8 UP TO $635 PER OZ. ADD 5 ALL RINGS BOUGHT BY WEIGHT ON STATE CERTIFIED SCALES. COMPARE PRICES & INSIST ON KNOWING PROPER WEIGHTS. DON'T BE MISLED BY FALSE ADS. , dollars STERLING SILVER Sterling Ratwear, Sterling .Jewelry. A Other Sterling Items Pay 13 to $30 peroz. DIAMONDS M WANTED s. "r Your unwanted stones could be jt worth hundreds to thousands of ' -fl. 1936 $5900.00 g 1937 $3400.00 1 1938 $1600.00 Jf 1939 $1400.00 7 1910 S1 100.00 k 1941-2 $1000.00 r 1950 500.00 -fC 1951 400.00 . 1862 ZZO.UU SILVER COINS EYEGLASS FRAMES We are looking for gojd-filled wire rimmed frames. i nese are mansea u.r. or 1 iu 01 iz-iv WB WILL PAY $S PIR OUNCE FOR THESE PAYING CASH FOR PROOF SETS 1953 150.00 1 1955.. 1954 90.00 T 1955 67.00 4Y1956.... 30.00 ri957 17.00 -t 1956 20.00 , If .VU I960 12.50 1961 12.50 7 1962 12.50 1963 12.50 1964 12.50 1965MW $3.75 1966SMS $3.75 1967SMS $7.00 1968- S $5.00 1969- S.. $5.00 1970 S $12.00 1971- S $3.50 1972- S.. $3.50 1973- S.. $10.00 1974- S.. $10.00 1975- S.. $16.00 1976- S $5.50 1977- S $7.75 1978- S $16.00 1979- S $16.00 1980 S.. $20.00 TOP DOLLAR Pocket Watches WANTED HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY MONDAY 10 AM to 6 PM TUESDAY 10 AM to 6 PM J WEDNESDAY 10 AM to 6 PM THURSDAY 10 AM to 6 PM t FRIDAY 10 AM to 6 PM SATURDAY 10 AM to 6 PM BUYING ALL U.S. GOLD COINS BUYING. GOVERNMENT ISSUE IKE DOLLARS Brown Box Blue Pak 1971-S 8.00 6.00 ' w rn r OC A1 1 1 rVl "1 1973-S 100.00 11.00 4 1974-S 25.00 11.00 COMPARE Olin PRICES WITH THE SO-CALLED QUICK CASH DEALERS. WI PAY MORE FIRST, (1964 & Before) PAYING BUYING $5.00 to $10 HALF DOLLARS QUARTERS DIMES $2.50 to $5 if $1.00 to $2.00 Paying $15.00 to $35.00 EACH AND UP FOR SILVER DOLLARS MINTED BEFORE 1935 Selling for $18.00 & up MUST BE V.G. OR BETTER TOP DOLLAR PAID FOR ALL RARE COINS 1893-SVG Pay $600.00 1893-S GEM Bu. Pay $50,000.00 SMALL & LARGE QUANTITIES WANTED NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY WE PAY MORE FOR COLLECTIONS 5f KENNEDY HALF 1965-1979 Pay $2.00 to $3.00 each 1970 D Pay $30.00 BUYING GOVERNMENT ISSUE CC DOLLARS UNCIRCULATED IN BOX 1878-CC 80.00 1879-CC 650.00 1885-CC 160.00 1839 CC. 6000.00 1880-CC 160.00 1890-CC... 180.00 1881-CC 160.00 1882-CC. 80.00 1883-84-CC. 75.00 NICKELS 1883 thru 1912 250 ea. 1913 thru 1938 10c ta. 1942 thru 1949 (with Lg. Mint Mark Atava Coma) 604 aa. INDIAN HEAD FOREIQN PENNIES ..30C a. COINS 44 . up 1891-CC 165.00 1392-CC S50.00 1893-CC.....875.00 J PRICES SUBJECT LAST AND ALWAYS! TO DAILY MARKET

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