Millard County Chronicle- f jjSa JAY JEFFERY, formerly of Delta and now residing in New Zealand with his family is shown with a 172 pound striped Marlin which . he landed in Northern New Zealand. Zea-land. A year ago. Mr. Jef fery landed a 190 pound Marko Shark. Mr. Jeffery writes' that it took him nearly an hour and a haf to land the marlin. The fish broke water three times. Mr. Jeffery 1 writes that his family is enjoying ' New Zealand and says that it is one of the greenest and most picturesque countries in the world. ., . . . The first twot" years in New Zealand, Zea-land, he taught ' Religion and Commercial subjec.s but for the last year he has been employed as Treasurer of the Church College Col-lege of New Zealand. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery are active . in PTA at the primary school where their children attend. Mr. ; Jeffery serves as Vice-President of the organization. They became the parents of a new baby boy born Feb. 10. He weighed 7 lbs. and 8 ois. at birth. Mr. Jeffery's letter reads in part, "'We have enjoyed reading the Chronicle and we feel that you do an excellent job of covering the local happenings. I find Down Yawnder and the school page very enjoyable and informative. "I have been especially pleased with the success Delta is enjoying enjoy-ing in sports this year. I do have one suggestion in connection with the reporting of these e-vents. e-vents. It seems I have no trouble finding out the score of the games when Delta wins but if they lose no one dares or else won't put it in the paper. For the benefit of us who are a long way off from home and don't get the news any other way,' we would appreciate knowing either good or bad. , "I was very happy to read about Bob's call to serve in a mission. I am sure that he is doing a fine job, because he was a fine ward teaching companion and the type of boy who puts himself into his work. Give him our regards." His letter closes with "We'll be watching for the Chronicle and may God Bless you good folks in my home town." :; CARD OF THANKS fl Our recent bereavement leaves us with grateful hearts towards friends, neighbors and relatives, and doctors and all the hospital staff, the Relief Society, those who took part at the services and helped help-ed in any way. The many acts of kindness, cards and floral offerings received during the illness and passing of our mother, will always be remembered. V : The Blanch Works family CARD OF THANKS 1 Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to those who expressed expres-sed their sympathy and helpfulness helpful-ness to us so beautifully at the time of our recent sorrow. May God bless you all..'" Morris L. Hopkins and family LEGAL NOTICE CONSULT COUNTY CLERK OR RESPECTIVE PARTIES w FOR FURTHER DETAILS NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant pur-suant to 24-15 of the Revised Ordi-nancts Ordi-nancts of Delta, Utah, 1956, the Delta City Board of Adjustment has set Wednesday, March 24, 1965, at 8:00 p.m. as the time, and the Delta Del-ta City Offices as the place, of a public hearing of appeal proceedings; proceed-ings; said appeal having been taken by E. L. Moody of Delta, Utah, from a decision of the Delta City Building Inspector, denying a building permit. The decision of the Delta City Building Inspector, as hereinbefore referred to, was based on the fact that the plans of E. L. Moody did not comply with Delta City Planning Plan-ning Ordinances Number 24-26-D-l. All interested individuals andor their attorneys or agents are invited in-vited to attend the aforereferred to hearing and register any protests which they might have to appellant's appel-lant's proposed building plan to allow him a building permit on the following property: East of Lot 1 Block 73, Plat "A", Delta Townsite. BY ORDER OF DELTA CITY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT By Leland J. Roptr, Chairman. Thursday, March' 18, 1965 Delta Boy Gets $300 Scholarship Nathan George Adams, 17, Delta has been chosen to receive a $300 college scholarship from Standard Oil Company of California, Marvin Ogden, county agent has announced. announc-ed. He is one of four 4-H Standard Oil Scholarship winners. They were chosen by a state selection committee com-mittee on the basis of need, their application and 4-H record, Mr. Ogden Og-den said. A 4-H member for eight years, Nathan began his project w o r 1: with a garden project. Each year he added new, interesting projects to help him gain more skills. He has taken garden, dairy, swine, tractor, electricity, and entomology projects. Last year he set up a new 4-H project under the direction of the county agent. The project was model rocketry. About 14 boys were enrolled in this project. . '. .-. - A son of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, Adams, Nathan is a senior at Delta High School. At DHS he is president of the science club, a member of the United Nations club, and serv3. as the lab assistant for the chemis1 try and physics department. He Is participating in the school's opera; Nathan has won the First Security Securi-ty Bank award, the tractor safety award and three county 4-H medals. med-als. He is a winner of a National Science award, and the high school bowl. . He plans to enroll at University of Utah this fall to pursue studies in physics and mathematics. Cattlemen Make Membership Drive The Millard County Cattleman's Ass'n is conducting a membership drive with the goal of every Millard Mil-lard County Cattleman becoming a member, including feeders, and cow-calf operators. . . ' . The association is organized for the purpose of furthering the cattle industry in Millard County and the State of Utah. Support is needed to further the progress. The beef cattle business is vital to the economy eco-nomy of Millard County as it is in the state and nation. Membership dues in the Millard County Cattleman's Ass'n is 2 cents per head for the average operatiori of cattle over one year of age, with a minimum of $3.00 per memberr- ship. New membership can be obtained from the following directors: Virge Christensen, Dist. 1, Kanosh; Blaine Penney, Dist. 2, Meadow; Jarold Robinson, Dist. 3, Flowell; Jim Row ley, Dist. 4, Fillmore; Melvin Stevens, Ste-vens, Dist. 5, Holden; Byron Pro-bert, Pro-bert, Dist. 6, Scipio; Dale Pearson, Dist. 7, Delta; Jack Nelson, Dist. S, Lynndyl; Victor Kaufman, Dist. 9, Garrison-Blackfoot; Wallace Hol-man, Hol-man, Dist. 10, North Tract; Phil Eliason, Dist. 11, Deseret-Hinckley; Rich Finlinson, Dist. 12, Oak City- Leamington. The association is making plans to sponsor beef calf awards at the coming Millard County Junior Live stock Show. The association will sponsor one Hereford and one Angus An-gus beef calf in the extent of $50.00 each. The recipient of a calf award must agree to pay the balance In excess of $50.00 for the purchase value of the calf. Selection of the calf will be made by members of the cattleman's association.1 Appli cants must be a beef exhibitor in the current Millard County Junior Livestock Show. The recipient of the calf must agree to show the calf in the next junior livestock show and enter the Fitting and Showmanship Contest. Applicants for the awards must be enrolled in 4-H or FFA and not above. a Junior in high school. '. . LIVESTOCK QUOTES , By Win Walker March 16, 196S, ' Cattle salable 700. ; ' Lambs, top, $21.50. 75 of today's run were feeders, mostly calves from 350 to 700 lbs. The price on this offeririg was $1.00 higher than a week-ago. 20 bulls sold for a $1.00 increase in price. 15 were cows the quality offered was better than last month only 8 sold as canners. The top for today was a 900 lb. heifer fed by Edwin Lyman and purchased by Joe Doctorman for $22.10; Choice steers $21. to $22.50; good steers $20. to $21. Feeder steers sold in lots up to 45 head bringing $21. to $23.10. Holsteins $15. to $16.50; fat $18.20 to $19.30. Choice heifers $21. to $22.10; good $17.10 to $20, Feeders sold in lots of 10 to 25 head bringing $19.40 to $20.25. Springers, Holsteins, by head, $155. to $200. Holstein feeders $16.25. Cows .standard $13. to $13.80. Commercial $12. to $12.90. Canners $11. to $11.70. Dairy kind $12.90 to $14.70. Bulls, feeders. $15. to $16.20; fat $16.g0 to $18. Calves under 400 lbs., s'.eers, $23.75 to $25.10; heifers $20. to $21.-80. $21.-80. Calves by head, large ones, $48. to $62.; small, $24. AUCTION NEWS Next week is hog day and March 30th is the big Feeder Sale. Sale starts at 10:00 a.m. Buyers from four states have been lined up for the sale. 1000 head have already been consigned. Bring them in early. ear-ly. A successful sale has been forecast. fore-cast. Mr. Frank Van De Van'er spent Friday. March 12 in Salt Lake on business. During the evening, he and Mrs. Ireta Irvine attended the World's Greatest Violinist Concert. Misch Elman, held at the Highland High auditorium, returning to Delta on Saturday, March 13. Washington A unique portrait of the 1 a t e President John F. Kennedy Was- presented to the Kennedy family in 'Washington recently ' by . Senator Frank E. Moss' (D-U ah). . The portrait was worked in "saddle leather" by Mr. Russell Pincombe, of Ogden. More than 800 man-hours went in the elaborate tooling and leather Refrigeration Bill Signed By Gov. Senate Bill No. 119 is now law. The Dairy Refrigeration Bill, as It is more commonly referred to, - has ,beein;:signed by Governor Calvin L. Rampton. The Bill makes it illegal ior. that dairy industry to furnish refrigeration for the distributive trade. ... ., .'In "commenting on the bill, Mr. Douglas Simpson, President of the Utah Farmers Union, said: . "The U-tah U-tah Farmers Union Dairy Committee Commit-tee has been concerned about this proposition for a long time. We are xrat-tr KanrM, h f Cnnfn Hill Mrt. 11Q ' has now been signed into law.. "In'ihe past, dairies have installed install-ed approximately $3 million worth, of refrigeration and display equipment equip-ment in retail and institutional outlets. The money for this equipment equip-ment has come directly out of the pockets of dairy producers who are producing milk today for less money than they received 10 years ago. . .. . "We in the Utah Farmers Union are. now very concerned to see that all money saved , by eliminating this refrigeration expense shall go back to the milk producers. All dairymen should contact their distributors dis-tributors to see how they can reap the benefits of this new law." Down Yawnder- Continued from front page) ;o u.scv IDuotDi em jo racing Secondary-School Principals. I'm sure that it's going to be one of the most provocative magazines that I've read for sometime. This particular issue is the February, 1965, issue and it's completely on "The Coming Crisis in Secondary Education," title of an article by Ivor Kraft, who is-Child Development Develop-ment Specialist In the Children's Bureau, U. S. Dept. of Health, Education Edu-cation and Welfare. Responses to "The Coming Crisis in Secondary Education" (which by the way is a tersely worded criticism criti-cism of secondary education) are by James B.jConant, Harold C. Hand, Thomas H. Briggs, James S. Coleman, Robert J. Havighurst, William Wil-liam N. McGowan, W. Harold Hand-ley, Hand-ley, Will French, Otto F. Huettner, William Van Til, Melvin H. Robb, Wilson Ivins, Donald V. Grote and William L Griff en. Quite an impressive im-pressive list. I'm sure that many of you readers read-ers wou'd like to read the maga-line maga-line that I've written to the editor requesting permission to review this particular issue. The only thing that makes me think I can do such a thing is the job of reviewing several years ago reports on Communism by the House Committte on Un-American Activities. Anyway, I hope that my request will be granted soon. Is it possible that I acquired an acu'.e sense of hearing and a long memory from my Cberokte Indian forebear? I'm sure that I must have gotten a quick temper and a lazy disposition from the same source! My Irish forebears couldn't possibly possi-bly have anything to do with the kind of person that I can! LETTERS :0 THE EDITOR I am writing this letter to tell how myself and many others feel about losing one of bur finest new citizens Dick Nielson, Manager of The Delmart. This family has been a credit to our town his lovely wife and children as well as himself. We certainly wish circumstances were so that they could stay. We will miss Mr. Nielson's warm friendliness friendli-ness and cheerfulness at the store and the many thoughtful things he does for his customers. The Del-mart Del-mart will not be the same. So Mr. Nielson if you are reading this let me say thanks for making our town a better place and we hope you can stay for a long time before you have to go. We will suffer a loss here in Delta. And wherever you go God Bless you and yours from this day on. . Betty Beaulieu SHOP AT HOME SHOP WITH THE ADVERTISMS Hi- V i working required to complete the portrait Senator Moss presented the framed picture to Senator Ed--ward Kennedy,' D-Mass., who wi'l give it '.o Mrs. John F. Kennedy. Senator Moss said he offered the portrait to the Kennedy family fam-ily because it was so unique and represented so many hours of hard work o complete. P-TA Installation, Banquet, Slated For March 25th PtTA workers will be ' busy 'this week distributing tickets for the Delta Jr. High and High School P-TA P-TA Installation Banquet to be held Thursday, March 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the Delta High School Hot Luncn Room. A fine program and entertainment enter-tainment for evervone is to hp the order of the evening! Tables will De numDerea and lacuity members will be-presented with a number upon entering so that they may visit informally with parents at the various tables. . Past presidents and current cpm-mittee cpm-mittee chairmen and members will be acknowledged, also life memberships. mem-berships. Mrs. Vilda Pace, nominating nominat-ing committee chairman will present pre-sent the names selected by her committee to the president and the elections will go forward. Each community will participate in the decoration of the tables. The ladies assisting with the distribution distribu-tion of the dinner tickets are as fol lows: Mrs. Eleanor Skidmore, Mrs. Roger Walker and Mrs. Dale Bish-OD Bish-OD of Sutherland area! Mrs Rnvri Schena, Abraham; Mrs. Eldon Tho mas, Sugarville; Mrs. Julia Carpenter Carpen-ter and Mrs. Kenneth Damron, of Hinckley; Mrs. Margie Greathouse, Lynndyl; Mrs. Walker Finlinson, Leamington; Mrs. Stewart Taylor, Oak City; and the following from the Delta area: Ava Losee, Lola Burraston, Lola Wright, Maurine Jeffery, Gladys Taylor, Vada Van, Marie Lake, Orvetta Nickle, Mari-bah Mari-bah Winsor, Rhea McCormick and Pat Dalton. LaVene Gillen is helping help-ing in Oasis and Mrs. Clayton Palmer Pal-mer in Deseret. It is hoped that a majority of the members of our P-TA. organization organ-ization will be present to transact trans-act the election of new officers who will serve for 'he nsxt two-years. two-years. A fine program by facu;. and parents will be given. Theme for the program is, "When It's Springtime with the P-TA." Stockgrowers of Oak City Elect The annual meeting of the Oak City Stockgrowers Ass'n was held Thursday, March 11. Mr. Don Burt of the Bureau of Land Management office at Fillmore Fill-more was in attendance. Pertinent business was attended to and officers of-ficers elected for the coming year. It was noted at the meeting that two stock wells have been drilled in the past year which will greatly enhance range usage. Board of Directors of the Oak City Stockgrowers Ass'n are: Ellis Anderson, Pres., Vance Finlinson, Vice Pres., Bryce Finlinson, See.- Treas., Dean Anderson and Grant Finlinson, Board Members. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Black of Bountiful Boun-tiful are the proud parents of identical iden-tical twin daughters, born .March 10 in a S.L.C. hospital. The new family additions weighed in at 7-lbs. 7-lbs. 6 oz. and 5-lbs. 12 oz. They have one older sister and six brothers bro-thers awaiting them at home. Mr. Black is a brother of Mrs. Jim Kelly and a son of LaVon Black of Ontario, On-tario, Calif., formerly of DesereL .Plait Now Ve have a good variety of all SPRING SEEDS MORRISON and COMPANY DELTA. UTAH CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED RATES: 3c per word, minimum ad 50c. Ads over 5 lines ISc a line thereafter. D splay uds, 75c column inch. Will not be responsible for errors on phone-in ads. Use of box no. 50c extra per insertion. FOIl RESULTS. USE THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THE C .flONICLE EACH WEK. " , Fur Salt FOR SALE: The Oren Bliss farm with wntpr. Would like to sell the machinery with farm: Large tractor trac-tor Allis Chalmers WD-45; loader fnr laro-p tractor: new baler: corn chopper; windrower; manure sprea der; corn planter; plows ior large trae'.or; springtooth Tract Farm; Disc! harrow: waeon: horse trailer; sprayer; old grader; old marker; ;old plow. Also, for sale: one gooa electric milking machine. If inter ested contact. Mrs. Alice miss or call 696J1. - . COST and BELOWSALE on merch andise at Nona's Fashions. ; FOR SALE: 2-bedroom home. 333 West 1st South. :Ph. 375Jlr Shirley Peterson! , 10;29-lf FOR RENT or SALE: Two-bedroom home, newly carpeted. Ideal location. loca-tion. Call 3901. 2!25-tf FOR SALE: 1956 CadU'ac, in good condition. Air-conditioning, all pow er. See Irvin Jeffery or call 5712. 2118-tf FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 12-ton pickup. pick-up. Good condition. Howard Dutson, ph. 32 Oak City. np-34jlS IN A HURRY? Then discover the "quick-as-a-rwink" economy at the B-Kitten Klean . coin-operated sell service CAR WASH. Five minutes for only. 25 cents., 181 East Main, Watch for Grand Opening! ' pd-3,4;25 COME IN AND SEE the new styles and types of spring shoes at The DELMART"-.' ' ' FOR SALE: 100-acre farm 212 miles south of Delta.' 40 shares of Melville Mel-ville water. 80 acres under cultivation. cultiva-tion. If interested see Brog Hopkins Hop-kins or call 3681. ' -318 FOR SALE: Used Stokermatic. Good condition; also, .used .panel wall heaters. See Alfred Lake, Phone 3071. - : . 3,2op FOR SALE: 1 City Lot; also, approx. 18 ton of realJgood leafy baled hay. See. Cloy Broderick or phone 3931. .. 325np STORE-WIDE CLEARANCE Cost and below sale." Nona's Fashions SPECIAL 2 weeks only. Men's 3 work shoes, were 10.98: now, 8.98. D. Stevens Co., Shoe Dept.- :. FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac, in good condition. Boat and 40 hp. motor. Keith Ross. , 325np JUST ARRIVED! New Spring Hand bags, $3.00 and $4.00 each. D. Ste vens and Co. FOR SALE: SPINET PIANO this area. Take over small monthly payments. For more details write, Credit Manager, Box 6179, Sugar House Station, Salt Lake City, Utah, 3 4 18 FOR SALE: Single, ' metal covered horse trailer. Ph. 8995 or see Bi.I Talbot, Deseret. pd-3;4ll USE MORGRO Crab Grass Control Perlilizer to control weeds in your lawn. Quality Market Hdwe. . FOR SALE: 1960 Mobile Home. Size 8 ft. by 36 ft. Good condition. See Button Bennett. 2125-3,4 FOR SALE: 25 tons of first crop baled hay. See Robert Webb or ph. 691J4 318-411 SOUPS on, the rug that is, so clean the spot with Blue Lustre. Rent an electric shampooer $1. Workman's Home Furnishings. FOR SALE: A good saddle horse. Five-year-old gray gelding; 1953 Chev. pickup, 34-ton, new tires, new paint, good condition; and an 8-ft. camper. Call Supt. Barney at 743-6959, Fillmore. 3il8-25np SPECIAL on wide-carriage typewriters, type-writers, $95.00. Ideal for genealogy work. Electric adding machine, $95. Morris Supply, Hinckley.-? 318-41 FOR SALE: One 1961 Olds Super 88 Sports Coupe. Fully powered. Factory Fact-ory air. Tip top in every way. Ph. 3831 or see Wallace T. Jeffery. 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Can drill all sizes of water wells. Contact J. differed Petersen. 798J1. 319-4;3 FOR SALE: 1953 l-'.on G.M.C truck Good condition. See Amon Johnson John-son or phone 7943 or write Floyd Johnson, 444 N. 450 E. Orem, Utah. FOR SALE: Approximately 10 ton string tied baled hay. See Frank Black, Deseret or phone 894J4. PHONE 5691 FOR SALE: 3-year old saddle horse Phone 886J2. FOR SALE: 120 acres of ground; 80 shares of Abraham water. Small home, outbuildings, machinery, etc. Max Holbrook, Kaysville, Utah. Ph. 376-4332, KaysviLe or write P. O. Box 134, Kaysville. 3ll-4;i FOR SALE: Buildino lot nrrns; from new high school grounds. Con tact Dick Nietson. Phone 4111. Phone 391J1 RADIO and T-V APPLIANCE REPAIR ELECTRONIC SERVICE Jensen Electronic Service FOR SALE: 80 tons of baled hay Ph. 512Y after 2:30 p.m. 2125-3111 SEE OUR NEW JANTZENS for Spring! D. Stevens Co., Delta's Department De-partment Store. BATTERIES All sizes on hand-Group hand-Group 1, exchange, from $9.95. Guaranteed 12 to 48 months. KELLY KEL-LY SERVICE, Phone 3791, Delta, Utah. 323tf FOR SALE: 1 good heavy duty automatic washer and 1 apartment size refrigerator. Delta Auto Supply. Sup-ply. Ph. 4251, For Rent FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home. Call 3641. , l21-tf FOR BENT: Furnished apts. Utilities Utili-ties paid. $37.50 up. Some newly deccrated. Linens furnished or un-f un-f urn' shed. Daily, weekly or montn-ly montn-ly rates. Delta Apts., 235 West Main or call Mrs. Abbott, 2931. 227-ti FOR RENT: One two-bedroom apt. Furnished. Newly decorated. Electric Elec-tric range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, $50.00 a month; 1 one-bedroom one-bedroom apt. Gas range, garbage disposal,' . water heater, $40.06 a month; one deluxe single apt. Lights , arid water paid. $50.00 a month.' All these apts. are carpeted. David Jacobs, ph. 385 Jl. 34-tf FOR RENT: 2-bedroom home. Carpeted. Car-peted. Ideal location. See Shirley Peterson -Or call 2431. 318tf FOR RENT: Furnished apt. Washer and dryer furnished, heat and hot water. See Rex Harris or call 3871. pd-21825 FOR RENT: Modern, furnished homes. Call 4431 or 3261. FOR RENT: One-bedroom modern brick home. Furnished. Choice location. loca-tion. See at 237 West 1st South or oall 5791. np-2:25-3ll FOR RENT: Apartments. Furnished or unfurnished. See Owen George or call-572Jl. 34-tf FOR RENT: Modern, fum'shed apt. Call 3662 or see at 295 South Fourth West. np-93-tf Miscellaneous SPECIAL PRICES on children's Canvas Can-vas Oxfords. Sizes 5V4 to 3. $1.98 a pair. Shop for new Spring shoes fbr all the family at D. Stevens Co. FOUND by young Douglas Harris, approx 14 keys on ring on vacant lot across from 2nd ward church. Owner may claim by identification and paying 50c for this ad at the Chronicle. PRECISION SAW FILING, hand or circular. Also, saw gumming and grinding of all kinds of cutting tools: rotary blades, axes, hatchets, plane and chisel bits, cleavers, shears, etc. Can pick up at lumber yards. Louis Schoenberger, Deseret, ph. 8994. np-34il8 In Utah, x in the game room beer's the one...x7 for good tasteyV' You name your game, ping-pong or checkers, check-ers, cards or chess. Play it hard, and it takes a lot out of you. That's ivhen you like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was made to.telax with. Made to refresh you, cool you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing some sociable at-home game, take time out for the companionable taste of beer. UNITIO STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. M SOUTH STH EAST ALT lM CUT, UTAH FASHION FROCKS REPRESENTA- ive. See new line of clothes and fabric samples at my home days or evenings. Or will visit your home it vour convenience. Call Shirley Jeffery 8834. 325pd ROLLER SKATING Every Saturday Sat-urday night. Beg., 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Regulars, 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. Hinckley Hinck-ley Gym. Contact Ray Brown for special parties. 2j4-tf SEND FOR FREE Electrical and Plumbing Supply catalog. Wholesale Whole-sale to you. Pay 'n Pak, Box 176, Longview, Washington. 325-p CUSTOM MEAT CUTTING AND SLAUGHTER'NG.: Let us proes your meat. Beef, pork and Lamb. Cutting, curing and freezing. We'll do our best to satisfy you. We slaughter every Monday. MARION & DEAN'S PACKING CO. WE WILL AUCTION Fat and Feeder Feed-er Hogs every other Tuesday at il o'clock, Feb. 9, 23, March 9, 23. Bring them in early as our regular regu-lar cattle sale will follow the hog auction. Delta Livestock Auction Phone 2361. 5T18-M . ......then don't miss this opportunity oppor-tunity to gtt more than ever for your money! Watch for Grand Opening! Coin-Operated-Self-Service CAR WASH 5 MINUTES FOR ONLY 25c B Kitten Klean AVAILABLE ior Income Tax work. See or call Ladd Black, 681 W. 100 No. or call 332J1. np-Ljl4-48 ELECT ROLUX Authorized Sales & Service. Lowell Edwards, Ph. 798J2. 4J2-tf BROWNING COAL delivered or in yard north of overpass. Will delivei sand, gravel, sewer rock, top soil fill dirt, redimix. Call 83, Oak City, or 4531, Delta. (Brooklawn Creamery). Cream-ery). 96tf BILL'S RADIATOR SHOP: Complete radiator service, rodding, boil out, repairs. New radiator and heater co'es. Used and new radiators. 228tf Business Opportunities: EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE Amazing new liquid plastic coating used on all types of surfaces, interior in-terior or exterior. Eliminates waxing wax-ing when applied to Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furniture. Completely Com-pletely eliminates painting when applied to Wood, Metal, or Concrete Con-crete surfaces. This finish is also recommended for boats and automobiles. auto-mobiles. NO COMPETITION As these are exclusive formulas in demand by all businesses, industry and homes. No franchise fee. Minimum Min-imum investment $300. Maximum investment $7,000. Investment is secured by inventory. Factory trained train-ed personnel will help set up your business. For complete details and descriptive descrip-tive literature write: CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. 1828 Locust St Louis 3, Mo.