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    Observer, La Grande, Ore., Sat., Sept. 19, 1959 Page 5
High Ratev Of Businass Activity
Is Expected To Continue In U.S.
By ELMER C. WALZER
UPI Slah Writer
NEW YORK UP1 All this
talk of tight money and the high
money rates that accompany il
reflect one thing in pa'ticulnr
high rate of business activity,
and more of the same to come.
One can find any number of
experts to shout loudly about
high money rates, but it's diffi
cult to find a business pessimist.
Sources close to the Federal
Reserve System aitieipnte a fur
ther sharp rise in business ' ac
tivity once the steel strike ends
if it is settled within a reasona
bly short time. "
Federal Reserve officials hold
that ample credit will be avail
able for the autumn seasonal de
mands, and they are expected to
be large.
The New York Federal Reserve
Bank and its September review
noted that strikes in the metal
industries introduced some cross
currents into an otherwise sforig
ly advancing economy. It found
the impact of the strikes on the
economy as a whole "was still
relatively minor at the end of
August."
U.S. Economy Is Tough
First National City Bank , of
New Ycrk in its September letter
noted that the remarkable ability
of the economy to withstand 4he
crippling of one of its key indus
Russ Have Reasons'
For Spreading It On
WASHINGTON UPI Buried
deep in the structure of Nikita
S. Khrushchev's visit to the
United States is a disturbing fact
as dangerous as a ticking bomb.
It is this:
The Soviet people ' apparently
have been led to expect great,
immediate and concrete results
from the Eisenhower-Khrushchev
exchange of visits. Worse, they
are being fed an exaggerated
story of the warmth and enthusi
asm with which Khrushchev has
been received by street crowds.
Ovations for Khrushchev from
the curb side crowds are what
Russians have been reading about
in their official newspapers. Any
American eye-ball, ear-drum wit
ness of the distinguished visitor's
,. Washington reception knows there
was neither ovation nor warmth
for Khrushchev, only curiosity
and courtesy.
Chili and courteous are the
words for the greeting Khrush
chev received from the thou
sands who watched his Washing
ton arrival. Courteous and sf.m
are the words to describe Presi
dent Eisenhower as the welcom
ing host. If that is not the way
the Russian people are hearing
it, then there must be reasons.
Reasons For Rust Lint
The reasons well may be
these:
That the Russian government
is making a propaganda play in
support of its line that the people
of the United Slates are sym
pathetic to and support the ob
jectives of the Soviet Union. '
A propaganda play to show
that the American opponents- of
the Soviet Union are a lot of war
mongering millionaires and mili
tarists who will be responsible if
not much comes from the Ik'e-K
exchange.
A propaganda play to show
that the American people would
love Mr. K and his Kremlin as
sociates if, only, the master of
the American people would per
mit them to know the truth.
This is very dangerojs propa
ganda, indeed, especially if it
works. If it does work, the Rus
sian people will vastly underesti
mate the determination of the
American people to protect their
way of life and to fight for it,
if need be.
If the Russian people do so
underestimate the American point
of view, so much easier will it
be for the Kremlin to torment
international relations with more
crises, threats of calamities, need
ling and the like such as the
near-hot war which Khrushchev
brought about with respect to
Berlin. '
Dangerous Misconception
The Russian people might not
greatly fear a threat of war ip
which they believed th eiemy
would be only half hearted or
less in resistance. Whatever may
be the reasons, the Russian peo
ple are getting a distorted report
of the manner in which Ameri
cans have received Communism's
top man.
Cultural exchanges a hundred-
Rainbow Giris Of
Union Give Party
UNION (Special' The Ra'"
boi ) Girls gave a pa'ty Sunday
honoring the f iris that have grad
uated from high school. They had
a nooa luncheon and afterwards at
tended a movie in La Grande. -
The next mooting will be with
the Baker group on Sept 21. Wor
thy Advisor Christine Posley will
will make her vi.-itation at that,
tune
tries has been hi;;hliyh'ed by the
record or nca--rccord level ot
employment, income, and .retail
sales.
"Business corfidetce is strong
despite labor troubles." sad the
bank. "The feeling is general
that once a settlement is reached
the economy will surge to new
heinhts."
The Morgai Guaranty Trust
Co. of New York found that "as
of early September, effects of
the steel strike' continued to be
p-etty much restricted to steel
itself and to industries heavily
involved in supplying aid servic
ing steel mills."
According to International Sta
tis'ical Bureau, "the present re
covery should continue into 1960.
although there is no certainty
that it will extend throughout
that year. Both gross national
product i business, consumer, and
j government spending) and pro-
1 duct ion will tend higher. The re
bound in output following the steel
strike will be marked."
Alexander Hamilton Institute
looks for a national income dur
ing all of 1959 at a record high
of at least $J30 b llion.
"While the steel i strike's ex
tension has pulled down slightly
our estimates of production this
year," says Standard & Poor's,
"it strengthens the background
fo- I960. . .
"On the whole, I960 should be
fold beyond anything undertaken
or, even, possible, could not undo
the damage which this miscon
ception may cause. There are
misunderstandings enough be
tween the two peoples already to
be the basis for serious worldwide
trouble: misunderstandings and
basic human differences.
How can America understand
a people whose top man can
answer up with a half-smile play.
ing over his face to a question
about the Russian massacre of
rebelling ' Hungarians? That was
one of the questions at the Na
tional Press Club lunch this
week.
Mr. K's half smile told more
than his many-worded response
Grange Members
Paint Hall
ELGIN (Special) The Cricket
Flat Grange Hall has been given
a new coat of paint by members
rf the Grange. The ladies of
Uie Grange served a potluck lunch
it the workday session.
Mrs. Lena Gekler's
Sister Is Visitor
UNION I Special i Mrs. Lena
Gekler has as her bouse guest
this week her sister, Mrs. Geogrc
Laurancc of Yakama, Wash.
Mrs. Earl Ollis went to Enter
prise Sunday to visit her son and
daughter-in-law.
Imbler City Council
In Monthly Meeting
iMBLER (Special)Thc Imbler
C.ty Council held their monthly
meeting at the city hall Mon
day night.
There was no new business
discussed at the meeting.
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a very satisfactory year. While
its rat? of rise will be slower
than that to which we have been
accustomed since March. 195.1,
the full year should see a gain
in the neighborhood of 5 per
cent."
Unanimous Optimism
Dun & Bradstreet's publication.
"Dun's Review and Modern In
dustry" holds that despite the
hare cast over the business pic
ture in the late summer by the
steel strike, over-all economic ac
tivity continued to show signs o(
strength. "Prospects for the final
months of 19i9 are bright, ssy?
the publication.
"The Bache Review," published
hy the stock exchange house ol
Bache ft Co, says: "Precedent
would seem to be trying to tell us
to look for a record level of pros
perity this winter, perhaps with
the economy climbing to 169-165
as measured by the Federal Re
serve Boa'd index of industrial
production."
K. J. Obal. senior economist in
the Ford Motor Co. economics
analysis department predicts
that if a steel settlement is
reached before the end of this
month, the nation's economy will
soar to record highs in both the
fourth quarter of 1959 and the
first quarter of 1900.
Barron's notes: "Manifest con
fidence of business in its capital
expansion program and the con
fidence of consumers, reflected
in automobile purchases and ag
gregate retail sales, support' the
opinion that the boom in business
can soon take off anew."
So it goes. One could fill reams
with favorable business comment
and find but few adverse state
ments. This array of comment should
prove the point that tight credit
reflects a highly prosperous bus
iness situation. If business were
tending down interest rates would
fall and money would become
plentiful.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the undersigned, the execu
trix of the estate of Lloyd B.
Carter, deceased, has filed in the
Ccunty Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Union, her
find account as such executrix
and that Monday, the 201 h day of
October, 1959, at the hour of ten
o'clock In the forenoon of said day.
has been fix?d by said Court as
the time for the hearing of ob
jections to said final account and
the settlement thereof.
DATED this 19th day of Septem
ber, 1!I59.
AGNES L. CARTER, exfeutrix
of the Estate of Lloyd B.
Carter, deceased.
Pub. Sept. 19, 26, Qct. 3. 10, 17, 1959
5 Card Of Thanks 5
WE wish to express our sincere
thinks to our many friends for
the comforting sympathy and
many kindnesses shown during
our recent sorrow.
The Eugene Wilson family.
7 Personals
7
ANY GIRL in trouble, or needing
a friendly adviser write, tele
phone or stop in at the Salvation
Army, 211 Fir St. WO 3-2941.
8 Special Notices 8
RIVERS HOTEL. La Grande, Ore..
221 Fir St. WO 3-4233. Under
New Management. Air condition
ed rooms. Dorm beds. Reasonable
rates, comfortable and clean.
BERLOU . . . ?
Call NU-WAY CLEANERS
10 Lost & Found 10
LOST: Twin cylinder air com
pressor with motor on cart, on
the Island City highway. May
Park road, Russell St. or Spruce
tSt. REWARD. WO 3-4482.
12 Baby Sitters 12
ADULT Care. Children, my home,
reasonable, references. WO 3 3701
18 Help Wtd., Male 18
Position With A Future
For Man 21 to 35
EXCEPTIONAL
OPPORTUNITY
Nationally known organiza
tion .will interview, lor a
position necessitating a
minimum of travel Monday
through Friday within 130
miles radius. Home week
ends.
We will pay a ba salary
, of $455 per month plus
commission to the man
selected. Experience not
necessary as man will re
ceive complete training
with pay.
Contact Our
Employment Representative
AT THE
Oregon State Employment
Service . Office, in . La
Grande, Ore., between the
hours of 9 A.M. and 1 P.M.
Wednesday, September
..23rd,
19 Help Wd., Female 19
-HEALTHY' woman needed in
Portland, live in Christian home,
assist in caring for invalid wife.
Boom, board, nominal salary."
Write Box 14, Observer.
WOMAN' over 35 to live in. do light
houMikeciuru! and child, car in
Elgin. Box 13, c.o Observer.
Strange As
5r, r 7 Awii(51
Win WiTW
$V ,
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MsA v'
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PURiVJaiHE
, KE13N OP
CHARLES I,
F.N3USH
OF FASHION
WORE ROSES IM
WEIR EARS
26 Money To Loan 26
FOR
Federal Land Bank Loans
CONTACT
Nat'l. Farm Loan Assoc.
New Foley Bldg. La Grande
28 Musical Column 28
A KAY Bass with case. Excellent
condition, slot). WO 3-5755 or see
at 1306 M Ave.
YOUR CHOICE
of the best in
ROOF COATINGS
ASBESTOS
ALUMINUM
ASPHALT 1JASE ALUM
INUM PAINT
PLASTIC ROOF CE
MENT If you're Not Prepared for
the inclement weather to
come then your Best Bet
is to
PAINT NOW!
LA GRANDE
PAINT & GLASS
S&H Green Stamps
114 Depot WO 3-5121
FOR SALE: Upright piano, $90.00.
1803 15th St.
Observer Want Ads Get Results
30 Misc. For Sale 30
Drive out the Cold
WITH
The Norwester
The Thermostatically con
trolled wood heater. Many
Season's fuel bills under
$50.00. Dependable, Safe
Healthy Hat . . . Because
. . . It's The Good One!
7 Models to choose from.
$177.50 UP!
Several good used wood
heaters available.
Bohnenkamp's
TAYLOlt tot sleeping stroller;
folding play pen; combination
side-board & bar; chrome bird
cage & stand; small Kelvinator
refrig., boys 24" bicycle. 908 J.
WOOD & COAL heating stove,
good condition. 1412 X Ave.
20 Service Directory 20
SERVICE DIRECTORY
When you need a specialized service call one v
the firms or individuals listed here!
KNTAPP SHOES
Patented Acrotred
E. E. Hatfield WO 3-2691
BLUE MOUNTAIN UPHOLSTERY
Rebuilds and recovers all makes
of car, truck and tractor seats.
309 FIR WO 3-5780
BUILDING REMODELING
Searles Construction WO 3-5612'
THE FIXIT SHOP
We repair bikes, washing ma
chines, all appliances. Schwinn
Bicycles. t ..
IN TROUBLE CALL: WO 3 2604.
BULLDOZING. t f , . .
LAND LEVELING
ROAD BUILDING
CAT D 8 t
N. P. Chrlstensen WO S-4252 eves.
BERLOU , . . ?
Call NU-WAY CLEANERS
STAN'S TREE SERVICE .
Now is the time to get those trees
trimmed. Trimming, removing
shrubbery. Expert work.- Insured.
Free estimate. WO 3-3MH.
-I
LA GRANDE SHELL SERV. where
you get the nest service on
your car. WO t-5933.
ELECTRONICS TV
Radio l TV KfMurs
Island City lliway WO 1 32S1
It Seems
5.T.SH irAWTDM
ThS MNiSCOPt-toAPUFlB
Iht SOUND OF HE&RTBE3T4
OF ONSORN &BiK
Thousands of tmes
AND REV6BLS ftJSPECTCD
COMPLICATIONS
BECftUSE FORD DhRNEV.
V 1
"Me band lesjff, PUftYED .
DOAN HOME RG TOO HOW
"WE MEW STEP rVhS IMPROVISED .
BY VERNON m IRtNe CftSTtE &KNJ5E
IHtTSMPO WftS TOO StOW FOR '
THEIR BRISK ONE-STEP...
NOBLEMEN
30 Misc. For Sale 30
2-KKD occasional chairs: tree
lamp; mahogany lamp table;
drapes: mahogany dining set;
trumpet. Call WO 3-2510.
PAYLESS
CLEARANCE SALE
I Hunters attention!)
NEW & Different: This collapsible
Rectangular Barbeque Grill with
stand and chrome grill. . . .
Ideal for Hunters
REGULARLY $9.95
SPECIAL AT $5.49
Deluxe CHARKETTE Drum type
Smoker & Grill, adjustable grill
surface
REGl'LARLY $11.77
SPECIAL AT $ 7.88
14" BARZIER Barbeque Grill.
Portable. Chrome legs. Com
pact, Convenient.
REGULARLY $3 95
SPECIAL AT ....... $2.99
QUICKETTES lthlb. Bag 77c
Charcoal Lighter 39c pt.
PAYLESS DRUG
SHOP & SAVE
BEPvLOU . . . ?
Call NU-WAY CLEANERS
FOOTBALL SHOE CLEARANCE
WHILE THEY LAST! OFF
- ZIMMERMAN'S- - - -
FURNACE, stoker, pipes Good
Condition Come and Get it!
1806 on Third Ave.
LATE Model 21" Table TV, $115.
$10. Down, $8.50 per mo.
RADIO MUSIC SUPPLY
REPOSSESSED 21" TV. Take over
balance for $13.00 a mo. or less.
ELECTRONICS TV. Island City
Hiway. WO 33251.
PICK LP
Your Coupon Book
TODAY!
PAYLESS DRUG
31 Home Furnishings 31
SAVE SAVE SAVE
You Can't Beat Our Quality
Or Our Warehouse Prices!
La Grande
Furniture Warehouse
East Adams WO 3-2841
WHITE treadle sewing machine,
good condition, $10. WO 3-4026.
34 Market Basket 34
BAKTLETT PEAKS
McDonald Orchard WO 3-2R25
BARTLETT PEARS
Best grade $2.25 apple box
Second grade $1.25 apple box
Bring Boxes
Lylo Wilson Imbler, Ore.
20 Service Directory 20
FOR your roofing, siding t re-
moaeung call. u. a. ja.yils
CO. Free est. WO 3-3454.
JONES BROS. Heating
Certified LENNOX Dealer
Island City lliway WO 3 2421
Special Coverage
Policies
REYNOLDS INS.
Reynolds Bldg. ' ' WO 8-3121
FELK. S BOAT SHOP
I Mercury Sales fc Service
1608 Adams WO 3-2405
Eagle Cap Laundry fc Cleaners
Across From Bus Depot
WOS-2606 J. Goodman C Keefer
LA GRANDE
READY MIX
- PH. WO 8-2031 '
FRIGIDAIRE - 'MAYTAG
AnnHnnra Sales & Service
DOLVEN'S . i . i VHO $ 3327
CHECK your radio et TV tubes
on our Do-It-Yourself" Tune
Tester . . AT ,
PAYLESS
W ATKINS QUALITY- PRODUCTS
Vitamins, Mary King Cosmetics,
Spices, Extracts, Household Items.
WO 8-2715 809 C Ave.
FOR Rug & - Furniture 'cleaning
that really pleases & service that
is erompt. call wo i-jkw.
f UPHOLSTERY
34 Marker Basket 34
PEACHES! PEACHES!
$2 75 apple box; Nice ripe Italian
Prunes, $2 50 apple box: Concord
Grapes, 35 lbs. $3.00. Bring con
tainers. First stand past under
pjss on riglit of Island City Head.
EASY GLAMl R instantly cleans
all carpets & upholstery. Non
toxic, odorltss, leaves no slJins.
Just apply & let drv.
LA GRANDE HARDWARE
NOW!!
TAKING orders for custom cut
whole or side of pork, grain
fed, delicious, apple wood
smoked & cured. 35c lb. deliver
ed to your door. WO 3 48tKi.
35 Flowers, Shrubs 35
JUST IN TIME!
FOR
FALL PLANTING
Tulips Hyacinth
& Crocus i?ulbs
get yours be'ore they
are all pick-d over!
INLAND
POULTRY & FEED
1118 Jefferson WO 3-1223
38 Fertilizers, Chem. 38
LAWNS and gardens. Rotted ma
nure and top soil, $10 3-yard
load. WO 3 2852.
CHICKEN fertilizer, $2.50 & $3.50
cubic yard delivered. WO 3-4(139.
40 Farmers Column 40
FOR SALE: McCormick power
wasn separator, ime new. a
real buy!
BAILEY FARM EQUIPMENT
Island City WO 3-5023
BALED OAT STRAW
25c bale in field
E. P. Gaertner WO 3 2555
41 Livestock Wtd.
II
La Grande Livestock Comm. Co.
Sale Every Thursday
Phone Office WO 3-2660
Bob Green
42 Livestock
FOR SALE: 2 reg. milking short
horn bull calves. 6 mo. old. 1
mature bull. Rogers Dumdi
breeding. Glen or Wayne Haw
kins, Wallowa.
43 Poultry, Rabbits
SALE: Buff Orpington laying pul
lets, $2 ea. Tom Calder, Union.
45 Sportsman's Col. 45
FOR SALE: Winchester 20 ga.
shotgun, beginner's model, in
new conditicn. $25.00, 4 case
shells, $2.25 pet box with gun.
Charles R. Cater, Tele. WO 3
4531 or WO 3-5805.
H. Q.
Hdqrs. ... No matter how
you look at it . . . ZIM
MERMAN'S is HEAD
QUARTERS for the HUNT
ER. . . . Make it your
HQ.
RIFLES. SHOTGUNS . . .
NEW & USED i
A'l the Best Popular
Brands. All Equipment for
the R--Lcadtr. Top Brands
of Scopes and Mounts.
Complete Line of Gun Ac-
ccssories.
The LARGEST & most
Complete GUN & HUNT
ING EQUIPMENT IN
TOWN.
ZIMMERMAN'S
1 SET practically new Golferaft
Liuhs including putter, $70.00.
WO 3 3B4'J.
SPECIAL VALUES
For HUNTERS
HIGHEST QUALITY Brit
ish high velocity Shot Gun
Shells 12 ga. . . . Box of
25 . . . $2 88.
We also stock 16 20 ga.
Shot Gun Cartridges
COLEMAN CAMP OVENS
REG. $9.95 . . . NOW Just:
$8 95
FINEST Approved DRY
CHEMICAL FIRE EX
TINGUISHER . . . REG.
$22.50 . . . NOW Just:
$16.99.
SPORTSMAN RAY-0 VAC
CAMPER LITE. Use for
lamp or spot . . . REG.:
$11.40 . . . NOW Just:
$8.95
Make PAYLESS DRUG
Your Headquarters For All
Your Camping Needs
PAYLESS DRUG
i 1 HUNTER'S
10 Down & Up to 2 yrs. to pay
for new Guns and Scopes, on ap
proval of credit. See the new
RED HOT 3 to 7 power variable
t Scope on Sale for $34.50.
Heavy .Duty .Sleeping Bags with
canvas cover, 5 lbs. Virgin in
sulation; keeps you warm with
out blankets. Reg. $27.00 on sale
for $19.85:
Complete selection of Rifles.
Shotguns, Binoculars, Wall Tents.
Umbrella Tents. Tarps, Winter
Jackets. Rain Gear, Everything
for the Outdoors.
OUTDOOR SUPPLY
won RIM K and K1 icnpe. Dwnjw
Wing, WO 3 3470, evenings.
50Fusl Supplies 50
14" MILL WOOD
Call WO 3 5M2 or Union 3651.
Boi 1115. Union. Ore.
56 Apt. Rentals 5
3 -ROOM, n.cily furnish' d apt.
Private hath. I!i4 Third.
LT .-lluuseke' ping rocm & slirping
room. C'Iom' lo co'lege. inn Wash.
CLEAN 2 ruom lurnisheii apt.
im Hour, steam heat. I5n2 Wash-
menu. Gregory Apis.
3 ROOM lurnished apt., private
"."ii. i-enn Apts. !I2 Penn.
ROOM furnished apt. Close to
town. :m O, WO 3-2.188.
CLEAN l-rouni furnished npt..
Also 2 room furnished apt. Hill's
apts. 1408 Wash. WO 3-4910.
BACHELOR Apt., close in. Clean
and reasonable. 1908 2nd, WO 8
2828. MODERN downstairs suite neat
college. Adults. 1107 6th St. '
NICELY furnished steam heated
apartment, electric refrigerator,
stove. Washington Apartments.
FURNISHED bachelor apartments.
neat, usnts. water urnished.
Close in, 1902 2nd St.
3 ROOMS & bath, adults. 1702 2nd.
. . WO 3 4402.
SMALL furnished apartment, lady
preierrto. 1712 Cedar. WO 3-5340.
3 ROOM, duplex. Iiasem nt. par
aue. TV. Refrig.. stove. Adults,
18t 3rd.
Downtown Apt.
for information inquire
at Zimmermans
STRICTLY modern, nicely furnisli-
ed. well heated, 4 room apt.
private bath, adults, vacant
Sept. 19. 2102 2nd.
57 Apts., Urtfurn. 57
DOWNSTAIRS 3 rooms & bath.
Adults. 1702 2nd. WO 3-4402.
58 Houses For Rent 58
3 ROOM mod. house, semi-furnish'
ea inq. 1402 Hall. WO 3-3772.
3-BEDROOM house. 1213 V. Inq.
2H02 N. Spruce. WO 3 4895.
2 ISDRM. furn. house, clos? in,
perm, renter. WO 3 5685. 2407
Ash.
MOD. furn. duplex, 7 miles West of
La Grande. Goed inlaw house,
privat? entrance. 2 kitchens, 2
baths. $05. WO 3-5276 before 7
a.m. or after 6 p.m.
6 ROOM house with 2 bedrooms.
Furnished or unfurnished. Good
location on main street in Union.
Write box 544 or ca'l Union
2828.
5 ROOM house, partly furnished.
1405 7th
Observer Want Ads Get Results
59 Misc. for Rent 59
FOR LEASE: Storage space and
cooler room. Inquire RIVERS
HOTEL, WO 3 4233.
67 Business Property 67.
For Sale: La Nore Beauty Shop
Doing good business. Union 3141
70 Business Opps. 70
FOR lease by RICHFIELD OIL
CORPORATION, exclusive mar
keters of Boron gasoline, well
located service station in La
Grande. Fine opportunity for
conscientious young man. Finan
cial helps available to qualiifcd
person. Training in engine tune
up and brake work given if de
sired. Also insurance and other
benefits. Phone WO 3-2821.
78 Farms & Ranches 78
FOR SALE
6 ACRE CHERRY ORCH
ARD, Two bedroom mod
ern home, lull basement.
Chicken houses and o'.her
buildings. One extra house
for rental. Tractor and all
equipment. Total Pric:
$12,500.00. Terms available.
187 ACRE RANCH, all
river bottom land. 64 acres
Blue Grass, four bedrcom
modern home. Two large
stock barns, garage, irriga
tion pipes and sprinklers
for 60 acres. Water frc?.
One mile from Elgin. Total
prieo $37',000.00, $20,000.00
down and terms on Ihc
balance.
240 ACRE STOCK
RANCH. Good three bed
room modern home.
Barns and other out build
ings. One year round creek.
Miles from Elgin. $20,-
000 00. Terms available or
will trade for larger ranch.
THREE BEDROOM home,
two . lots, college area.
$11,000.00 terms available.
DUKEK REALTY i
Ben Dalo, Salesman ... WO 3-4057
Benny Hicks, Salesman, WO 3 2423
LA GRANDE, OREGON
DUKEK UKACTY
Benny Hicks, Salesman
WO 3-2423 La Grande. Oregon
BILL THOMAS
REAL ESTATE
807 Depot WO 3 3173
80 Houses For Sale 80
3 BEDROOM home, plus 2 lols,
stoker, well. $10,000. ions Y Ave.
WILLIAMSON'S
Real Estate 4 Ins. Serv.
WO 8-4311
WESTENSKOW-NEKEKER
new utate as ins. serv.
Foley Bldg. - WO 8 5321
W. E. YVILKINS
- Rel Estate ft liMtirimre
Sac Amtvx1 ph. WQ 3 2136
80 Houses For Sale 80
IN UNION
NICE thr-e bidroom mod
ern, insulated home. Auto
matic oil heat, full base
ment. Wired and plumbed
for dryer. Fenced yard.
Double garage. Storm win
dows included in the many
features. Selling price
$10,500.
WESTENSKOW &
NEBEKER
Real Kstiite & Insurance
Foley B'dg. WO 3-5321
LOVELY, modern four bedroom
home, 13 yeais old, fireplace,
garage, full basement, close to
schools. South side location. Will
appraise all loans. 1005 I Ave.
WO 3 4778.
IT'S A HONEY!
SO 'BE' here with your
money and we'll show you
this very nice three bed
rcom home. Mom will b?
proud of her conveniently
arranged kitchen, Pop'll like
the nice fu'l basement for
his hotline, the kids will
like the big over sued lot.
Thre? car garage and
large cement parking area.
It has a lot of features you
should see ... so call
today. Located one block
frem Central school.
Southside Location
Two bedroom completely
. ( furnished house. Good in
vestment property.
BILL THOMAS
REAL ESTATE .
807 Depot WO 3-3173
NEW HOMES built to your plans
or ours. FHA financing 25 Yr.
loans. Minimum down payment.
Searles Construction WO 3-5612.
BURLING
REAL ESTATE AGCY.
1103 Adams WO 8-5450
87 Irrigation, Pumps 87
O. C. TANDY. WELL DRILLING
Thief Valley Toad
Box 223. North Powder Ph. 2436
Well & Pumps
CORRIELL'S
Island City Hy. WO 3-4524
90 Trailer Houses 90
HEATERS, Kool Seal & all Trailer
Supplies & equip.
Chub's Trailer Sales
1109 V St. WO 3-5960
91 Trailers For Sale 91
1957 PREMIER mobile home.
'45' x 8', 2 bedrooms, automatic
washer, modern furnishings, ex
ce'lcnt condition. See: Shadilane
Dairy, 7'4 mi. west of North
Powder, Anthony Lakes road.
TAKK OVT.R
S08.0I PAYMENTS
on a big beautiful 10 wide, 3 bed
room ABC MOBILE HOME used
only a few months. Move in for
75.H Down
Ken Gaiff Trailer Sales
3346 Chinden Blvd. Boise. Idaho
95 Logging Equip't. 95
THERE'S a .McCULLOCH SAW
for every need. 1-40; 1-50; 1-60;
1-70: & 180. Light as: 17 lbs.
l-ow as: $15745. McCULLOCH
SAWS. Sa! s & Service. 215!i Fir.
WO 3-56M.
. HOMELITE's WILL
OUT CUT
UNDERSELL
l WEIGH LESS
- ' LAST LONGER
Than any other type of
Chain Saws. Priced as low
?162.50
2 GI'S
98 Truck, Auto Rent. 98
REBUILT engines as low as
$169.95 Installed Free, 10
down, bal. low mo. terms. -WARDS
MOTOR ThOUBLET
Call: WO 3-5506 L & S TRUCK
REPAIR, truck, auto, tractor
Trucks for rent you drive
Move yourself save half
MAC'S MOBILE SERVICE h
1434 Adams Phcne WO 3-440$
100 Autos For Salt 100
'39 2,4 Ton Chev. pickup, good
shepe. $145. WO 3-4838.
FOR SALE or trade: '55 Buick
: .. i r i i . .
ai?i-i4i, ivi &uuu oiuer car
2118 Cedar.
'58 FORD 500 Fairlane Hardtofx
loaded with accessories, 14,000
miles, $2150, See 1906 Cedar.
54 CHEVROLET fc-ton pickup.
1212 Willow after 4:30 p.m. t
'47 JEEP 4 cab, exc. cond. Includ
ing tires. HEmlook 7-2333.
Year End Clearance!
PONTIAC BUICK
CADILLAC
GOODWILL USED CARS
GETTINGS LYNCH
Motor Co.
HAND FORD SALES
Chestnut ft Jefferson WO 8-218t
OK USED CARS
M. J. GOSS
Motor Company
55 FORD pickup, good cond. ft rub.
per. See: Beeman's Union Serv.
'49 FORD t T. pickup, 3 speed
22 Eocene Court. WO 8-5079. -
JOINING Navy, will sacrifice 1962
Ford 4-door Cuttnmline, $375
before Sept. 24. Dale Richards'
Box 402, Union, '