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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               16 NASHUA TELEGRAPH. NASHUA, N. H. MONDAY, fEBRUARY 3, 1969 Television By CYNTHIA LOWItY NEW YORK (AP) "The one of ABC's Sunday nijiit 'stalwarts, has tlie blessing cooperation of that agency ind its plots, It says on _the icreen, are "inspired by "Inspired" would hardly be fte word to describe the usua run of "FBI" scripts. They are usually routine cops-and-crimi- rial pieces with considerable-vio- "Icnce tossed In when the aetior slows: and, of course, the end although It die .an. .unusual, twist. A of-each-.prpgram. Sunday--night's episode was (airly have Latin-American dictator hirec the. the person of 8 soft spoken killer named Rich nrd Schaefcr. alias snatch an outspoken refugee publisher and return him to the dictatorship. Flurry Of Skots The' rest was routine, goot guys against bad guys. Women and children were held hostage there was chase and, o. course, the last minute flurry o. tun shots. -Efrem 'Zimbalist .Tr, us the FBI agent never really lias to his acting muscles. .It was followed, on NBC, by episode of "Bonanza" that was -bit of departure, from its' usual format and one that except for few scenes, gave the regular stars i bit of a holi- day. of Forgotten Men" concerned a group of shabby Civil War veterans, regrouped sergeant Vho.believes that raid the U.S. mint in Carson' City and seize Its gold, they the government into giving them pensions. The. plan worked beautifully itirtce they had in their party an 'expert safe' blower. In fact, if tiro, of "the Cartwrlghts" hadn't ridden into town looking for Can- dy, their hired had been taken along on the raid, -bound and would "have gotten away. Of. course, crime can no more "Bonanza" than it can on "The so the former conclude; too, with a shootout. However, the show had. pace and'some style and there: were attempts to. inject some characterizations among the memberi of the raiding pur- ty. Broadcasts of feature movies i television occupying two- hour blocks of prime network time seven nights a week, are not quite the treats they' were when the vogue started. Audi- ences-now seem to be tuning in the blockbusters with the star power and keeping away from turkeys. To date this season, the most popular movie broadcast has been ABC's "Cat Ballou" early in October, with NBC's "To Kill a Mockingbird" in November second. Least popular.according to Nielsen reports were ABC's King and I" and CBS's "The Defector." TV Highlights AFTER DINNER: Prof. James Deelz, Brown University, dis- cusses life in colonial Plymouth; LAUGH-IN: Don Rickles is guest as looks at the turmoil in our schools; 8 IF YOU WERE PRESIDENT: New series on crucial problems facing night: the United States. To- "Would You Use Tax Credits to Spur Ghetto Indus- try? Lyman Kirkpatrici; Brown University, host; DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW: Wal- ter Skees, Ewa Au- lin, Jonathan Moore, Darren McGavin, Freddie Ball snd-Ro- bera Linn; N.E.T. JOUKNAL: "American Samoa: Paradise A look at what happens when Western] values are imposed on i primi- tive culture; 9 CAROL BURNETT SHOW: Vince Edwards, Chita Hivera, guests; 10 THE BIG VALLEY: Anne Baxter, j football star Gary Beban guest star in "The 25 Graves of Mi- das." Heath is badly hurt iii a struggle with a robber who tries' to take his horse; 10 50XING: George Chuvalo vs. Buster Mattais, 12-round heavy- weight contenders' bout, Madi- son Square Garden; 10 TONIGHT .SHOW: Flip Wilson subs this week.for Johnny Car- son. Tonight: Anthony and the Imperials, Biff Rose, Harlan Marbley, Olympic gold medal winner forboxing; I Health I Cryosurgery: Useful, Buf Nof A Miracle By George C. Tkosteaon, M.D. Dear, Dr. Thosteson: There as in article in magazine about a new type of surgery called cryosurgery. It is a method of surgery involvi n g freezing with a cryoprobe. It tias been used in hospitals a- round the world for Parkin son's .disease, also on skin can- cers, and for prostate. Why isn't it being used more wide- ly? The doctors here don't even talk about it. E.A.B. Cryosurgery is a method of removing tissue by freezing it with an instrument which is chilled far -below freezing tem- peratures by the use of liquid nitrogen. For some operations it has certain advantages; for others it does not. It was an ingenious idea; it has had a considerable amount of publicity, but it is, after all, only an adjunct to the surgeons' techniques. A good deal of surgery (but by no means all) is aimed at re- moval of diseased tissue. This can be achieved by cutting it away, sometimes by use of X- ray, sometimes by freezing, or cryosurgery. There is an adage, long fami- iar among doctors: "Be not the first to adopt the.new, not yet Programs Set For Channel 11 .The plight of the parocliial school in New Hampshire will be examined by "Column Eight" Tuesday night at iri a special I report by Selkowe on Chan- Television Listings WBZ4 WHDH J wmmt MONDAY Sr-Lost in Space 7, Shadows Voyage. Gua ,i.K '7-r Bewitched- Sports, Weather S-News, Weather, Sports 1 4-Ncws 7_F Troop Sports, Weather 7.dl'4-News, Sports, .Weather My Line? News, Sports s-Film 7.M I Di-earn of- Jcannie Movie; "The .little Fugi- "live" Ayengei's" Rowan" and Martin Lucy -Placs "Follow That Dream" S-Ma'ybcny K.F.D. 7, 1.30 5-Family Affair 10.00 5-Carol Burnett Valley 11.15 4-News, Sports, Weather Sports, Weather 7, U.30 9-Captured "A Star Is.Born' Bishop Carson 1.00 "Girls on tht Loose" peated Sunday, Feb. 5 at p.m. America's: growing urban crises will be scrutinized by the nation's urban leaders when the New Hampshire Network presents "The City a new series tele- cast Thursday nights at in color, beginning this Thursday. "Misterogers well-known to children throughout the state, will begin a new series entirely in color on Feb. 10. "NET Journal" presents, the profile of -a man torn between tradition and a call for reason, titled Sixth Paul" on Feb. 10 at t p.m. long term Coronary Project at Mary Hitchcock Memo- rial Hospital in Hanover is ex plained- on this week's "Maga zine" 'program .which also intro- duces the new director of th N.H. Commission on the Arts John McKenna, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m The program will be repeated Feb 14 at p.m., and Feb. 16 a p.ra. the last to sbandon the old." It has proved to be a preli good rule. Grabbing xt ever new method isn't the safe method so far as the patient concerned. It takes time to learn how best to use new technique and the sure and final test is see how results between tw methods compare after the have been in use for some tim Cryosurgry requires sped and complicated instrument and it requires a lot of kmn how: precisely what tempera tures to usei where to zpp them. The area which is to b destroyed by freezing must b small enough so the body ca readily dispose of the tissue which have been killed. Th wise thing to do Is wait an watch while the pioneers i this type of work evolve th most effective Instrument! learn what pitfalls must b avoided, and find out i c cases can be most effective] treated in this manner a n which yield best to the conven tional. methods. I am by no means frit dang cryosurgery; I am merel saying that the experts them selves agree that they don know all about it yet.. In an event, it doesn't always produc miraculous new cures that can LEGAL NOTICE MORTGAGEE'S SALE By virtue of a power of sal contained in a certain mortgag deed given by William A. Davi and June M. Davis, formerly o Nashua, New Hampshire, bu now of Hudson, County of Hills borough and State of Hampshire, to The Merchant Savings Bank of Manchestei Hampshire, a corporatio duly established by law an laving its principal place o justness in Manchester, Countj of Hillsborough and State of Hampshire, dated April 4, 1966 and recorded In the Hills borough County Registry o JAM I _ Mml mor ;age, pursuant to and in execu Deeds, volume 1874, page the present holder of said fion of said powers breach of conditions and fo of .sal Nashua's finest selection of RCA, MAGNAVOX and SYLVANIA RADIOS, ft WHIT! COLOR TV, STEREOS lUDTATE'S Appliances THevition Hollis SI. 882.8731 FOR EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE PHONE 882.9231 JERRY'S RAMO ft TV SMViei 14 W. Hollls St. 882.1231 CHANNEL I 5.30-What's New In the Sea Dinner 8.30-If You Were Present S.OO-NET Journal U.00-Newsfront... Washington CHANNEL 11 8.00-State Weather Report 6.10-FYI S.3fr-It's A Lot of Trash Comment 7.30-The World We Live In Chef lo One S.OO-NET Journal SPECIAL! DOOR HOODS Prottct Yeur Way from fht Ertnunh, WIOI Odd WHITE it 221 Main Sf. "DowulowB Nashua" AUTHORIZED DEALER ZENITH COLOR TV OUR COLOR SERVICE Wl WILL SERVICE QNLY SCTS WE SILL RADIOS, 47 1 ftttt ST. MWHTOWN NASHUA M3-5722 Matches Slated In (AP) The 1869 championships of the North American Tiddlywinks Association are scheduled to be held this month at Massachu- setts of Technology with: four colleges competing. The matches are scheduled (or Feb. 22 and 23. Competing will be MIT, Cornell, Toronto and Western Reserve Uni- versity. MIT is defending -champion and rated a slight favorite over Cornell, but no champion has defended its title successfully in the association's four-year histo- ry- OWCA CINEMAS iwn MI uwMmc '70 MM TICKETS AT JHOlfTIME OR IN ADVANCE Am SEARS STORES TROW NEWS- STATE CINEMA NOW AT I howfar can a policeman go 1 GEORGE PEPPARO SEBERG RICHARD KILEY I ALSO AT ONLY mortgage deed, and for the pur pose of foreclosing the same will sell at....... PUBLIC AUCTION On Wednesday, March 5, 196 at two o'clock in the afternoon said place of sale being locatec on the premises hereinafter de scribed, the real .estate as. de cribed in said mortgage deec as follows: A certain tract or. parcel land, with the buildings thereon situate1 in Hudson, o Hillsborough and State of New Hampshire, bounded and de scribed as follows: at the southweslei ly corner of the premises at point on the east line of Tessie Street thence North 22 degree West by the east line o' Tessier Street one hundred 01 and no. hundrdths fee to a point; thenceNorth67.de grees 18'- East'-one hundrei forty-eight and eighty-three one hundredths (148.83) feet to a point; thence South 22 degree. 22' 20" East one hundred one and no hundredths feet: thence South 67 (101.00; degrees I" equals 1964, Spaulding, Civil Engineer" Hills' 18'. West one hundred forty-eigh and -twenty-five one-hundredths (148.25) feet to the point begun at. Said, premises are (a) shown as Lot No. 14 on a plan entitlec "Plan of Tessier Gardens, 'Bel knap Road, N, H. scale Nei and recorded in1 the Hillsboroiigh lounty Registry of Seeds as PJan No. 2690 and (b) the same premises conveyed to the said William A. Davis and June it. Davis by Lamson Construe- ion Co., Inc. by deed dated Harch 17, 1966 and recorded in said Registry of .Deeds on Aprii 1966. Said premises will be sold subject to all unpaid taxes, mortgages and all other liens which may be entitled lo pre- cedence over said mortgage. Terms: Ten per cent cash or check acceptable to the mort- gagee to be paid at time of sale and the balance to be paid on lelivery of deed within ten days. THE MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OF MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE '1ATON, EATON, ROSS MOODY By; Chester C. Eaton Its Attorney Dated this 29lh day of Janu- ary, 1969 at Manchester, New tampshire. HURRY! LAST 2 DAYS NOW AT t STEVE 'CULLITT be achieved by other methods. It is simply a new "tool" for the surgeon to use in such' cases as offer an advantage. Dear Dr. Thosteson: I am In my 7th month. My doctor told me that although the afterbirth is tearing away from the womb the baby is-too small to be born, but he may lake it in the 8th month. Will the baby be gain enough weight in a month to live? Mrs. G.B. Babies have pretty good chance at eight months; at sev- en, many survive with special care and incubators. Full term is always best, but in a case like yours, your doctor has cer- tainly chosen the lesser of dan- gers. Dear Dr. Thosteson: I have diabetes. I am very careful of my diet and feel good, but I lave trouble with my kidneys. am always going to the bath- room. I test my urine often and it is not bad. Mrs. W.R. That doesn't give me enough information, to make even a guess. About all I can say is this: the urine test, while a very useful one, docs not always tell the whole story. Tell your doctor of'your problem, so he can run a blood sugar test, since diabetes, if not under control, can cause, frequent urination. Another possibility, and again one which you should have your doctor investigate, is that some kidney or bladder infection is >resent, quite independent of the diabetes. Nashua Telegraph CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION BUY-SELL-TRADE HIRE-RENT-FIND THROUGH THE WANT ADS! TO PLACE AN AD DIAL 882-2741 (ASK FOR CLASSIFIED) Announcemtnt LOANS 1ECOND MORTGAGE toiM up to I years to repay. Nashua Finance Co., Inc., Ml West Pearl strett. Call I8J- J721. LOST BLACK AND BROWN German Sliepa.nl, black. About BO Ibs. Has floppy cars and also extra toes on the hind lens. In th> Mliforti area. Call Hiltord Polico Dept. or S73-5750 or 173-2907. Reward. TRAVEL LEGAL NOTICE LOST BANK BOOK Notice-is hereby given that the Indian Head National Bank, Nash- ua, New Hampsiiire (Savings De- partment) issued its deposit book to. 50682 on that such look has been stolen or des- and that said Bank has >een requested to issue dupli- cate thereof. 10, IT Carl E. Gordon UDE WANTED: Dally from Boston to Nashua or Hudson alter p.m. Call .SSS-1S21. 132 Lowell Uil.. Hudson Automobiles For Sale' 1867 SCOUT CONVERTIBLE 500, wheel Radio, heater 4 speed transmis- sion. after 6. 1968 DODGE CORONET power steer- ing, reason for selling going into serv- ice. Can be seen between 8 and 5 pm at 251 Main Street or call SS3-241S. 1965 CHEVY SS Impala. New tires, radio. !955. Call SS9-6225. 1W3 FORD GALAXIE convertible, eicel- lent condition, vs. radio, heater, power ateerfug and brakes, automatic. J500. or best offer. 88S-01I2. LEARY AUTO SALES Westford Rd., lite. 3-A Tyngsboro Tel. 64S-6011 At Scenic Diner 65 Ford V-S auto sedan M Chey HT SS full power JliSHS 735 39 LOST BANK BOOK Notice is hereby given that the Indian Head National Bank, Nash- ua, New Hampshire (Savings De- partment) issued its deposit book 55455 on that such book has been lost, stolen or des troyed, and that said Bank has >een requested to issue dupli cate thereof. Harold Superman 10. 17 LOST BANK BOOK Notice is hereby .given that the Second National Bank of Nashua H. Savings Department on November issued its book jf deposit No. 76785 to'Rosaraonc E. Jones and Dorothy Goebel and aid book has been destroyed ost or stolen and said bank has wen requested to issue a. dupli- iate thereof. 17 Rosamond E. Jones Dorothy Goebel LOST BANK BOOK Notice is hereby given that ths iecond National Bank of Nashua H. Savings Department May issued its book of deposit 74961 to Rosamond E. Jones IE Norman F. Jones and said book as been destroyed, lost or stolcr and said bank has been requested o. issue a duplicate thereof. Rosamond E. Jones Norman F. Jones 10, 17 LOST BANK BOOK Notice is hereby given that the ccond National Bank of Nashua, H. Savings pepartment on anuary 28, 1966 issued its book Time Investment Savings No. 13 to Rosamond E. Jones and aid book has been destroyed, jst or stolen and said bank has een requested to issue a dupli- ate thereof. Rosamond Jones 61 Cadillac Conv 54 Chev Van 63 Chev V-S power steering sedan 3! 63 Ford V-8 HT power steering 3! 63 Ford V-8 standard Wagon 25- 62 Chev HI' SS V-8 62 Ford 6 cyl. standard sedan 19 61 Chev HT V-8 19 61 Corvair Monza 101 NEW Home of FLAWLESS AUTO BODY All work guaranteed AiitomobilM for Salt UK gqUAKEIAUK VW. LWWf Colin- Mil. Kulli, heitir, eirrXr. tinllml CW4IUM, tail rfttr, mt-im. LOW PRICED TRANSPORTATION 63 1'otitluc sharp M Chevy M) Plymouth >7E. Good Credit ami 20. monthly is nil you need, BERGERON'S ATLANTIC 55 W. Hoilis St. WEDDING T1ECBPT10NS, pgrtm, col- mlnri, Men danm. (Jill fierry .Lavtwcf. fur all nu. H3-MI7. LEAVING Fon JAPAN. 1H4 Cnnll Cl- llenle convertible, automatic tritumla- Hon. radio and htaUr. But offer. Tel. S82-7824. LIKE NEW Rambler American 2 dr, 6 sUL, only W95. E-Z Finance Plan BERGERON'S ATLANTIC 55 W. Hollls St. REMODELING OF ALL KINDS. Plumb- Ins, heating, tiling, paperhanglng, paint- int. dry wall, lioorinz, etc. .All wort luarauteed. I'M estimates. M9-M40. MGA, ROADSTER. Mlchllln also wire wheels. Must sell. Best ofler over Jfoo. SS3-S331. JEEPS 19S3 WHITE JEEP with snow plow new motor. Call between 8 and 8, 424- MOTORCYCLES HONDA MOTORCYCLE Sales and Serv- ice troni 50cc to -Ucc. Larce selection to choose from. Eutl "Tale's, 74 West Hoilis St., Dial SS2-672I. SNOWSIOBILES POLARIS SNOWMOBILE 7 HP. Forward and reverse, gears. 33 King .Street after 5 p.m. YAMAHA POLARIS, Snowmobiles at Gil's Cycle Shop, Sales Service, Route 13, MiUord, NH. Business Service ANTENNAS luilnm Service CEILINGS OIIVWAU, CKIUNGS, pitchlBf, Him Hot, MW konn lid Ittflr- Cill JSMJ44 Dili DISK JOCKEY ENGRAVING COMPLETE ENGXAVING inrld, Platw. N. J. CM- Mint, MaBlUacturine. Eniravm, tl Walnut St., Nashua, N.H. Til. FLOOR S.VNDING LEONATID POUL1N -PLOOB SAND1NG7 SpKlalliini In reflnlshlns old limn. 7 I.urrilm St., Hudaun. SI24WD. GENERAL REPAIRS HOME IMPROVEMENT 'REG ESTIMATES: Carpentry, cabl- tnd ceramic, plaaterlnx, wall; painting Interior and cxlerlur. An- tlqui FurtUture reprwIucUana. Cement work tad pcootlng. All work guar- tutted. Llttlt Gianl Construction Co., II9-M73. NASHUA HOME IMMOVEMENT Serv- ices, Kitchens, batua, basements, purclics, KaraKcs, dormera. AAA Quality. Builders. Free Estimates. SS3-111S. Workmansltlp cuaranleed. INCOME TAX Service PLASTERING PLASTBKED CEILINGS, tiler- atlons, new homes, additions, llelvlu cientm. Bill 182-mt. PLUMBING HEATINC and repair work. All dorui by licensed pluubert Charlci KalU. Dill SEWING MACHINES MACHINES OILED, idjiuled la jour honw KM Eiperl repalrlaj, New Home Sales, service. Uatd michliiM aviilablfl. ncjrular and PinklAf Ineari ihirpeMd. Chirlei Mendou, Sew'i Knit Shop, S3 Halnei SSI-IS, Hz-1307. SNOW BLOWERS SNOW BLOWERS tuned up and repaired authorlr-od dealer for BriEgfl, Miration and Twunseh. Mtlone'i oil Inc., 24 Otterson St., 882-0951.. TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITERS: cleaned, olltd and paired. Pick-up and deliver. Dial 9 SMS or 6S3-306S. WATCH REPAIR EXPERT WATCH ami Jewelry repalra on credit.. Pay la little M We Scott Jewelry Co., 121 Main street, Nashua. WIGS FEDERAL AND MASS. State Income tans prepared. All types. Call SS9.I2K for aiipolnlnient. After S, SSZ-1207. JUNK DEALER iUYING COPPER Brass, Lead, Junk. Batteries. Call James Pen- kofskl ES3-SOM. of all tiral! made while you wait. Locks repaired.'Foreign, car keys. Hammar Hardware Co., Dial SS2-5123: OFFICE FURNITURE IARION OFFICE Equipment,   CADILLAC Can be seen by appoin ment only. Call SS3-2SU LEGAL NOTICE WEMDHAM PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD Windham, N. H. LEGAL NOTICE The Windham Planning Zoning Board will hold the fina public hearing-on February ID 1969 at' the.Town Hall at 8 P.I on proposed amendments to th iresent Land Use Regulations an Zoning Ordinance as requested b letitions of Murdock Mackenzi and George Armstrong of Win< ham. N.H. WINDHAM PLANNING AND ZONING BOABD Joseph. Dearborn Chairman AUTOS 88 Mustang Fastbacfc V-S 87 VW Sedan 1295 65 Impala Wag., V8, AT 1395 84 1-ton Chevy rack 1095 84 Sports Fury 4 speed 1395 Satellite 2 Dr. HT 1495 M Bulck 4 Dr. LcSabre 1095 84 Dart 2 Dr., Auto. 39; 84 Chevy Bcl-Air 4 Dr. 595 83 Jeep Pick-up arid Plow, miles 1095 81 Cadillac Fleetwood 395 ACE MOTORS Derry, N.H. 432-2183 IF YOU SOLD NEW YW's ALL DAY, WHAT WOULD YOU DO DURING A DOCK STRIKE? 27 Used Cars: 5 1968is 5 1967's '10 1966's 3 3 1 W5's 1964fs 1963 Car for car, guarantee for guarantee, Price for price, you'll find better used VW't the VW dealer. And have you heard about our service? GATEWAY MOTOR CO. 274 Amhersl St. 889-4132 OPEN WEEKDAY EVENINGS RELIEVE One Car Congestion WITH AN Qfc SECOND FROM OUR LOT PAFEBtUNGING, Alphce Malenlaiil, S'A Chestnut Stint. Call SS2-J520 before A.M. or alter 7 P.M. Touiyt ToOiyi Plotunv. Tean 1UMAN HAIR and hitrplccM clea'tett and slylcA In my homo. One day strvlct. Call mt-tts-im slier c P.M. Help Wanted, Women LAB. TECHNICIAN unique WlUi reliably co. Interesting paid. J360 Call Betsy SSM1S3 Knelling Snclling Nashua. APPLE PACKERS Working liOUTS, 5 lo 3. Sumiycrcat Iligli Hatiga Hoail, Londonderry, SECRETARY To do general offlcs work. Payroll eincrlcnw hclnful but not mandatory. Position a sliorl distance from Nashua. Car desirable. Good pay and hours plus fringe benefits. Apply in writing to Boi Z-l, Telegraph and give telephone number. GENERAL OFFICE GIRL wanted full time. Good position. Call SS2-9755, SECRETARY WITH good shorthand mid typing skills for sales department. Fet paid. Ilita Personnel, SE3-S111. COUNTER HELP days, A W Drive-in, D.W .Highway South. Apply in person. ACCURATE TYPIST with shorthand skills, needed for reception desk. Great potendil. Rita Personnel Servlcea, SS9- 6111. "Putting you first-keeps us first" N.I. AUTOMOTIVi VILLAOE D.W. HlftHWAY SO., NASHUA 888-1121 tort i New Chevy Dally Wee My Monthly at MaeMulkln's NOW RENT A TRUCK TOO AUTOS AUTOS THE LARGEST H I- PERFORMANCE DEALERSHIP IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 196S COnVETTE "350 I SPEED MAG WHEELS OVAL GTO 360 HP. 4-SPEED POSI-FACTORY MAG WHEELS WIDE OVAL TIRES 1W7 SHELBY GT500 428 CUBES DUAL QUADS-4 SPEED-JIAG WHEELS -GT CORVETTE 300 HP. 4 SPEED E.T. MAG WHEELS NASSAU-BLUE INTERIOR SPORTS CAR VILLAGE "AT THE BRIDGE" HUDSON, N. H. MON.-FRI. to 1 Sat. to 883.1306 TRADE THE ENGINE NOT THE ALL MAKES AND MODELS INSTALLED AS LOW AS PER WEEK 12 MONTHS MILE GUARANTEE COLONIAL MOTORS 888-0200 N. E AUTO VILLAGE n. W. HWY, SO. NASHUA HUGE SALE ON (HALL CARI TAKE YOUR PICK 1947 RENAULT H dr., white with red leather Local owner, original miles. 19ii SAAB 2 dr., front wheel drive, miles. Very clean. con will makt Ideal cars. INC. AUTO SALES 889-1166 Thi DMIer Who Slinris Bthini! You" PETERS Amherst St. COLONIAL IMPORTS gives you an easy going TAYQTA CORONA tor Mtny pncc COLONIAL IMPORTS Ntw Endintf AulomotlM nil. Soulh 0. W. Hwv. HAiHUA, 0, H. TBl. .MM17I SHURE CURE FOR YOUR" WINTER BLUES 1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO "RS" 2 HT, V.8, "327" AUTOMATIC Pawtr Pawtr Irafcn, Air Ceriditioninq and many 46 I. Hols St. MOTOR SALES HosbiM I83J933   

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