Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota (2024)

I 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. FEBRUARY PREVIEWS OF GREAT Appearing this week on the inside 68-Building Supplies THESE See our ad under 68 Minneapolis WALKER LUMBER CO. 137 Lowry Ave. N. JA 9-9521 86-Boats and Motors SAVE SAVE SAVE NEW BOATS NON-CURRENT MODELS READ our DISPLAY AD TODAY IN COLUMN for information.

Inland Marine Corp. 7940 Penn Av. S. TU 1-8683 96-Help Wanted, Men Foreman Electrical Applicant should have a minimum of 5 years electrical experience. Read our DISPLAY AD in column 96 for complete information, then call Armour and Company An Equal Opportunity Employer 96-Help Wanted, Men BUYER LEADING STEEL MANUFACTURER Many benefits- Paid by company See our Display Ad Class 96 BROS.

INC. 1057 10th Ave. S.E, 331-5921 96-Help Men INSURANCE GROUP SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE New position in group area for young person with some auditina exper. Moderate trayel. See ad under 96 or call 3774511, ext.

380 for app't. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE CASUALTY CO. 1750 HENNEPIN AV. 96-Help Wanted, Men MACHINISTS LEADING STEEL MANUFACTURER Many Benefits-Paid by company See our Display Ad Class 96 BROS. INC.

1057 10th Av. S.E. 331-5921 96-Help Wanted, Men AIRLINE STATION AGENT If you have a desire to career in aviation with a starting salary of $385 per mo, with excel. benefits--see our full ad under 96 or apply 6201 34th Ave. S.

PA 1-4421 96-Help Wanted, Men SYSTEMS ANALYST PROGRAMMER If you wish to build a career with an aggressive Co. you will find a challenging opportunity on our systems staff. See our ad under 96 or call 377-5511 ext. 380. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE CASUALTY CO.

1750 HENNEPIN AV. 106-Help Wanted, Female Group Claims Examiner We offer salary commensurate with 5 day week, paid vacation, insurance, free lunches. etc. See ad under 106 or call 377-5511. ext.

382. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE CASUALTY CO. 1750 HENNEPIN AV. 106-Help Wanted, Women Passenger Correspondent Attractive opportunity for girl with ability to compose own replies in service correspondence with our passengers. See ad under 106 for liberal benefits or apply North Central Airlines 6201 34th Ave.

S. PA 1-4421 106-Help Wanted, Women Airline SECRETARY Attractive position as secretary to manager in our Traffic Sales dept. Please see our full ad under 106 or call North Central Airlines 6201 34th ave. S. PA 1.4421 106-Help Wanted.

Women CLERK TYPIST If you are high school grad with typing exper. and clerical aptitude we have an attractive opening for you. See ad under 106 for full benefit program or call 377-5511 ext. 382. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE CASUALTY CO.

1750 HENNEPIN 106-Help Wanted. Women AIRLINE STEWARDESS We invite you to apply for a stew. ardess position with North tral Airlines. See our display ad today "Now for a rewarding career" or call North Central Airlines 6201 34th Ave. S.

PA 1-4421 106-Help Wanted, Women CUSTOMER REPRESENTATIVES Salary, if ranges $326.00 to $469.00 mo. you like variety in your work plus good salary and job security. see our display ad under 106 or come to our employment office at 224 S. 5th St. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 106-Help Wanted, Female STENOGRAPHER We offer an exper.

steno with good shorthand typing skills and excel. opportunity. See ad under 106 or call Miss Strombeck, 377-5511, ext. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE CASUALTY CO. 5616 Olson Hwy.

Golden Valley 106-Heip Wanted, Women STENOGRAPHER If you want a job which offers. variety of duties, the opportunity to work with executive staff members with excel. working conditions a liberal employee benefit program, see our ad under 106 or apply rm. 560 NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK 7th Marquette 106-Help Wanted. Women TYPIST If you are a high school grad with typing exper.

we have an opening offering advancement and good company benefits. See our ad under 106. NORTH LIFE CASUALTY CO. 1750 Hennepin av. 377-5511 ext.

382 109-Salesladies Wanted SELLING AVON COSMETICS IS EXCITING Read our ad in column 109 for info. CALL 335-8753 ONE COLOR Ads. UPPER MIDWEST (3. OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS STEELE-Harry age 73, formerly of Mpls. Survived by wife, Florence; grandson, Howard Larson.

Graveside services Mon. 10 a.m. Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements Chapel, 2701 Central.

SUNDELL -Eva age 86. 2300 Stevens Survived by daughters Mrs. Gretchen Carter, Mrs. Virginia Snyder, Wayzata, Mrs. Kathryn King.

Brainerd, 3 grandchildren, 6 great grandchil- dren, Services 1:30 pm. Mon. at First Christian Church. Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Reviewal from 3 to 6 Sun.

at Billman's Chapel, 2121 Nicollet. Memorials to First Christian Residence are pref. -Esther age 85, dence 500 East 15th on Thursday. Survived by sister. Mrs.

P. A. (Ellen) Peterson, several nieces and nephews. Services Sunday 3 p.m., Welander-Quist (North Chapell 1200 W. Broadway.

Interment Mondav. Vista Covenant Church Cemetery, Waseca, Minn. WOJCIAK-Rose age 65, of 1809 Grand St. NE. Survived by daughter, Miss Virginia Woiciak of son, Richard Woiciak of Detroit, granddaughter; mother, Mrs.

Mary Drugacs; sister, Mrs. Ann Hurwitz; brothers, Joseph Paul and Anthony Drugacs, all of Mpls. Funeral from the Peter Kozlak Funeral Home, 1918 University Av. NE. Monday at 9:30 a.m.

Solemn. Requiem High Mass in St. Cyril's Church at 10 a.m, Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Parish Rosary Sunday 8 p.m.

Visitation after 7 p.m. Saturday. 5. CEMETERY LOTS DOWLITE Burial Vaults For Those Who Care The Most Consult Your FUNERAL DIRECTOR Call or Write Dowlite Northwest, Inc. 5100 Edina Industrial Blvd.

Edina, Minnesota 55435 Phone 941-1253 MEMIRIAL PROPERTY IN HILLSIDE CEMETERY CAN PAY MORE--BUT YOU CAN A FIND NO EASY CREDIT TERMS SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 19th Av. New Brighton Blvd. ST 9.1420 DO NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU MUST Hillside has perpetual charter care 4 LOTS in Pleasant View Gardens, Hiwav 13 between Lundale Cedar. 473-2090 2 CEMETERY lots inc. 2 vaults.

perpetual care memorial in Pleasant View Memorial Gardens. 469-2624. 2 LOTS. PERP. CARE CRYSTAL LAKE CEMETERY 529-6829.


UN 9-3226 O. E. Larson Established 1895 SYMPATHY. GRACE, DIGNITY OUR KEYNOTES 2301 Central Av. ST 9-3571 Albin Chapel Paul Albinson Sons DIRECTORS 2200 Nicollet FE 3-1418 PETERSON-ALBINSON NOKOMIS PARK CHAPEL 1838 E.


332-4351 ENGER Nicollet 61st 866-3066 Park 336-3634 Billman- Hunt 2701 CENTRAL NE. ST 9-3535 LOWRY AT IRVING O. E. LARSON 2301 CENTRAL AV. ST 9-3571 MALONE FREMONT LOWRY N.

JA 2-2304 ERE Enga-Memorial Chapel 5600 EXCELSIOR BLVD. 929-5600 Fine funerals need not be costly HUBER LEE WAYZATA GR 3-5577 EXCELSIOR GR 4-9595 SUNDSETH-ANDERSON EST. 1893 LYNDALE at 21st AV. N. RICHARD GILL CHAPEL FRANKLIN AT CHICAGO FE 5-7729 Thomson Brothers 2535 PARK AV.


at 36th TA 2-3181 knaeble's JA 9-9636 W. BROADWAY AT UPTON BUCHINGER-GEARHART 2535 Central Av. ST 9-4345 Seifert GR 2-1716 Mound ELTON BJORKLUND 1900 1 Hennepin Av. FR 7-1900 GORANSON- -BURR 3040 LYNDALE S. TA 3-7279 WATERSTON 4343 Nicollet Av.

TA 5-4567 Fox-Sullivan ST 1-1244 RAINVILLE BROTHERS CHAPEL 222 E. Hennepin 9-0951 THURSTON LINDBERG ANOKA 421-0220 HODROFF SONS. AARON CHAPEL FE 6-5000 GERST FUNERAL CHAPEL 2314 Plymouth Av. N. 522-0000 Gearty-Davis Robbinsdale EVANS-NORDBY Peter Kozlak ST 9-8869 Miller Col.

Heights 724-5444 TWO SECTIONS IN THIS SECTION: ANNOUNCEMENTS SERVICE MERCHANDISE MEN EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT WOMEN BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 5, 1967 ANNOUNCEMENTS BUNDLES OF JOY To place Birth announcement call Miss West. 372-4130. You will receive an attractive wrapped souvenir edition of the Sunday Tribune containing your child's Birth Announcement. ANDERSON-Mr. Mrs.

Raymond D. Excelsior, proudly anounce the birth of Kimberly Jean 7 lb. oz. 1-10. 67.

Grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Harry Carpenter Mr. Mrs. Donald Anderson, St.

Louis Park. the birth ANDERSON-Lori of Ann, 2, announces Richard Anton, 6 lb. 3 oz 1-17-'66. Proud parents are Richard Marie Anderson. 2630 14th Av.

S. BEATY--Mr. Mrs. Karl 8316 Little Road, announce the birth of Patrick Karl, 7 lb. 1-10-67.

Brother of Daniel 4 David 1. BECKEY-Mr. Mrs. Robert P. of 7809 Sierra Pkwy.

announce the birth of Joseph Francis 8 lbs. Dec. 25. '66, brother of Diane, 6 Elizabeth, vr. BECKENSTEN-Mr.

Mrs. Verner, 8820 NE. Quincy, announce birth of Kendall Eric, 9 1b. 1 BOEDER-Mr. Mrs.

John 3415 65th Av. announce the birth of Gregory John, 8 lb. Brother of Lynn Marie. BROOKS Mr. Mrs.

David R. 2420 Richard Dupont announce the birth of David Jr. 6 lb. oz. 1-25-'67.

COLSTROM Christina Marie, proudly announces the birth of her baby brother Charles Paul, 7 lbs. 4 oz, 1-12-67. Parents: Mr. Mrs. Paul Colstrom, 4142 Humboldt N.

Gettysburg CONRAD-Mr. N. Mrs. Jerrold 4672 Patrick Joseph announce the birth of 7 lb. 1-4-'67.

Brother of Michael Jerrold, age 4. CORCORAN-Mr. Mrs. William J. 9844 Pillsbury announce birth of Christopher John, 7 lb.

4 1-5-'67. Brother of Kelly Ann 6 Tommy 3. DONAHUE-Mr. Mrs. Thomas 6924 W.

26th announce the birth of Debra Lucille 5 lb. 7 oz. DUFFY Mrs. James 4012 43rd Av. announce the birth of Michael Dale, 8 lb.

1-12. 67. Brother of James (Butch) 2 Mary 1. FLUKE-Mr. Mrs.

Kenneth 344 113th Av. announce the birth of Tammy Ann 7 lbs. oz. Jan. 10, '67.

GARLOUGH-Mr. Mrs. Gary 3640 38 Av. So. Proudly announce the arrival of their chosen daughter Amy Rose on 1-26-67.

Sister of Kari Leone, vears. GINN-Mr. Mrs. Robert 201 E. 94th St.

proudly announce the birth of Robyn Sue 7 lbs. 8 oz. Jan. 8, '67. HAGA Mrs.

Curtis 5924 Holiday Road, announce the birth of John Allen, 7 lb. oz. 1-22-67. HAGLUND- Mrs. Richard 8901 Knox Av.

S. announce birth of Cynthia Jean 5 lb. oz. 1-22-'67. HOLM-Mr.

Mrs. John. 3317 Caryn Texas Av. Margaret S. 6 announce the birth of lb.

5 oz. 1-11-'67. HUGHES-Mr. Mrs. Robert 3409 Rhode Island So.

announce the birth of Judith Mary 9 lb. 15 oz. 1-19-'67. Sister of Ricky age HULTQUIST-Mr. Mrs.

Ralph 5111 N. Russell announce the birth of Lisa Louise, 7 lb. 4 1-11-'67. Sister of John Ralph, age 2 yrs. KADLEC-Mr.

Mrs. Donald 724 NW. Main St. Anoka announce the birth of Douglas, 7 lb. 7 oz.

Brother of Dale Allen KOLTES-Mr. Mrs. Clifford 2025 W. 77 St. announce the birth of Tamber Jill 7 lb.

oz. 1-28-67. Sister of Tara Dawn, age 2. KORUS Mr. Mrs.

Marvin 3746 Stinson announce the birth of Lisa Ann, 7 ibs. 15 oz. Jan. 12, '67. MORINE-Mr.

Mrs. Robert 301 104th Lane announce birth of Thomas Richard, 8 lb. 7 12-29- '66. Brother of Robbie, twins Jean Joan. MUNDAHL-Mr.

Mrs. Richard 2511 Penn N. announce the birth of Brynn Allison 7 lb. 15 oz. Jan.

26-67. NEUDAUER-Mr. Mrs. Robert 6312 Portland announce the birth of Susan Ann, 7 lb. oz.

Jan. 9, '67. SALMONSON-LeRoy V. Mr. Mrs.

3300 Banjamin announce the birth of Christy Lynn 7 lb. 1 oz. 1-22-'67 sister of Michael, Lisa, David, Linda. SANDELL-Mr. Mrs.

Leonard E. 1310 NE. 6th St. announce birth of Matthew Allen, 4 lb. 14 12-14- 66.

Brother of Michael Sharlen -Brenda age 2 proudly announces the birth of her sister Pamela Annette, 8 lb. 11 1-8-'67. Parents Mr. Mrs. John A.

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OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS LOGSTROM -Robert E. age 49 at St. Cloud. Survived by sisters Mrs. Lewis Meier, Superior, Mrs.

Bess Haves. Riverside, Calif. Mrs. William C. Happ, Services 11 am.

Mon. at Billman's Nicollet Chapel, 2121 Nicollet. Interment Ft. Snelling. MADIR-Sam, age 83.

of 2542 versity Av. NE. Survived by son, William of daughters. Mrs. R.

(Marie) Caron of Park Falls, Miss Anne (Sandy) Madir, Mrs. J. (Helen) Felegy of Mrs. G. (Irene) Michalov of Rapid City.

South grandchildren. Funeral from the Peter 8 grandchildren: greatKozlak Funeral Home, 1918 University Av. NE. Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Requiem Devine Liturgy in St.

Mary's Russian Orthodox Church at 9 a.m. Interment St. Mary's R. O. Cemetery.

Members of Sts. Peter Paul Lodge please note: Vigil Services (Parastas) Sunday Monday at 7:30 p.m. Visitation after 3 p.m. Sunday, McLEAN-LeRoy age 68. of 3334 Sheridan N.

Survived by wife. phine; son, Douglas; daughter, Mrs. Jeanette Blanchard; 12 grandchildren; great-grandson; stepson, Joseph Labiak. Services Mon. 8:30 a.m.

Malone Funeral Home, Fremont at Lowry 9 o'clock Requiem Mass Church of St. Anne. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sun, Reviewal after 2:30 p.m. Sat.

McNEARNEY-Gladys age 56, of 3415 Garfield Av. S. Survived by husband, John 4 sons, Dennis Anthony John all of Clayton L. McNearney, lowa City, lowa; daughter, Kathleen grandchild; 4 brothers, Roy Sorenson, Burlington, N. Paul Sorenson, Starbuck, Cecil Ed Sorenson, Lynd, Kellogg, Cobb, sister, Mrs.

Herman Erickson, Mora, Minn, Services Monday morning 11:30 o'clock Werness Brothers Chapel, 37th St. Nicollet Av. Requiem Mass 12 noon Church of the Incarnation, 38th St. Pleasant Av. Interment Lakewood Cemetery.

Vigil Scripture Prayer Service, Sunday evening, 7 o'clock. Friends may call at Chapel beginning Sunday afternoon 2 o'clock. NELSON -Minnie age 70. Res. 716 West 38th on Thurs.

Widow of late Helge F. Survived by son, Sidney W. Nelson, Anaheim, 2 arandchildren, Joyce Linda; sister, Mrs Edith Mooers. Brother. T.

Swenson, both of Mpls. Services Mon. 2 p.m. at Welander-Quist (West Chapel), 2301 Dupont Av. S.

Interment Lakewood. If desired memorials may be given to donor's favorite charity. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. NELSON-Mrs.

Pearl F. of 4031 25th Ave. S. suddenly Feb. 3.

Survived by 3 dauahters Mrs. Deloris Hammer of Lakeville, Mrs. Charles (Jean) Spillman of Port Hueneme, Mrs. Paul (Ruth) Brunelle of 2 sons DuWavne Stephen both of Mols. Also 6 sisters, 2 brothers 7 grandchildren.

Funeral services Mon. 1 p.m. from White Funeral Home. 1 MILE NW OF LAKEVILLE ON HWY. 50.

Interment Lakeville. Visitation from 2-5 p.m. Sunday. OMAN-Anton age 84 of 4800 15th Av. S.

on Friday, Survived by daughters Alvira and Bernice; son Marlow B. and 2 grandchildren all of Mpls. Services Monday afternoon 2 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church. Boyd.

Minn. Friends may call Werness Brothers Chapel, 3700 Nicollet Ave. Sunday 2 p.m. PETERS Miss Eliza 84, of Monticello, Minn. Survived by 2 brothers, George Peters of Collegeville and A.

J. Peters of Monticello; sister, Mrs. Agnes Brouillard of Mpls. ices Monday 10 a.m. at Malone Funeral Home Monticello: 10:30 o'clock Requiem Mass Church of.

St. Henry. Interment St. Henry Cemetery, Monticello. Rosary 8 p.m.

Sunday. Re viewal after 3 p.m. Sunday. REED Judge Frank E. age 87, of 2105 W.

49th St. Survived by wife, Gladys; son. Dr. Sheldon C. Reed; 5 grandchildren.

Services Monday afternoon 2:30 o'clock at Werness Brothers Chapel, W. 50th St. Beard Av. S. Interment Lakewood Cemetery.

Friends may call at Chapel beginning 3 p.m. Sunday. ROGERS Lee age 65, Lotus Lake, Chanhassen Township. Survived by wife, Sylvia; a son, John, both of Lotus Lake; daughter, Mrs. Richard Ossanna, College Station, Texas; grandchild.

Requiem Mass Wednesday 9:30 a.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Glen Lake. Vigil prayer service Tues. 7:30 p.m. at Gill Brothers, South Chapel, 5801 Lyndale Av.

S. Interment St. Theresa Cemetery, Union Center, Wisconsin. Memorials preferred to The Little Sisters of the Poor or the Serra Club. Visitation beginning after 3 p.m.

Tues. SHEFFIELD Claude, age 80, 3225 Oakland Av. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Clay (Cecil) Arnold, Dubuque, lowa, Mrs. Eva Swedell Mrs.

Gladys Fetzer, sons, Wayne Willard Sheffield, Westminster. Call Delbert, Ross Donald Fetzer, 17 grandchildren. Services Mon. p.m. Thomson Brothers Funeral Home Cor.

Park Av. at 26th. Interment Hillside Cemetery. Visitation after 12 noon Sun. STEIRO-Robert age 20, of 4428 32nd Ave.

S. in Viet Nam. Survived by parents. Mr. Mrs.

Kenneth Steiro: sister. Carol; grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Charles Pouti; aunts uncles. Service Mon.

1:30 p.m. at The Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, 3640 23rd Ave. S. Interment Ft.

Snellina National Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Our Redeemer Lutheran Church. Friends may call beginning 2 p.m. Sun. SCHEDULE YOUR AD 7 TIMES YOU GET LOWER RATES YOU INCREASE YOUR CHANCES FOR RESULTS YOU CAN CANCEL WHEN RESULTS COME YOUR WAY CALL 372-4242 NEED EXTRA CASH? Have your own garage sale.

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Out of Twin Cities OUR OWN HARDWARE Choice Stores Available in lowa, Wisconsin, The Dakotas and Colorado See Display Ad in Today's Paper for Full Info. and Coupon Our Own Hardware, Box 720, Mpls. Unfurnished The Finest In Living THE COLONY APARTMENTS ONLY BLK. TO SOUTHDALE FURN. APTS.

ALSO AVAILABLE MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN 922-4647 147-Real Estate Wanted IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE WITH WHOM YOU LIST Thorpe Bros. FE 3-2133 SEE OUR ADS TODAY 169-Houses for Sale, Sub. NE. Contemporary At North Oaks 3 sep. kit.

family rm. comb. A great home in a super: for loc. See full ad under 109 or call Otis Keena, MI 4-1061. North Oaks Co IV 4-3361 183-Houses for Sale Sub.

South George R. Butler's PARKWOOD SOUTH OPEN 1-7 P.M. So. on 35W to Hwy. East on Hwy.

Nicollet. Right on Nicollet to 136th. SEE OUR AD 219-Station Wagons WAGONS! WE HAVE All Makes -All Models SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY WOODHEAD FORD Portland at Lake St. TA 3-3100 "Selling Quality Cars Since 1912' ON AUTOMOBILE ROW 220-Used Autos for Sale THE AREA'S NEWEST CHRYSLER SHOWPLACE JIM CHRISTY'S BROOKDALE CHRYSLER 6111 OSSEO ROAD between Brookdale Center Shoppers City SEE OUR AD IN CLASS. 220 220-Used Autos for Sale See Pentel Pontiac for the car you want at a price you can't afford to pass up.

ON AUTOMOBILE ROW PENTEL PONTIAC 720 E. Lake St. TA 2-3166 220-Used Autos for Sale FOR MORE VALUES IN A USED CAR AT LESS MONEY SEE WOODHEAD FORD Portland at Lake St. TA 3-3100 "Selling Quality Cars Since 1912" ON AUTOMOBILE ROW 220-Used Autos for Sale Shop Your Authorized CADILLAC DEALER Best Buys Now On Late Model Used Cadillacs Watch Our Ads Class. SHUFELDT CADILLAC YORK AVE.

AT 69TH 220-Used Autos for Sale STEPHENS GIVES YOU MORE ONCE YOU KNOW YOU'LL GO TO STEPHENS For details see our Ad Class. 220 WIN STEPHENS BUICK mile So. at Wayzata Blvd. on Highway 100 24th St. 929-0081 220-Used Autos for Sale RECONDITIONED Used Cars See HAROLD CHEVROLET 7900 Humboldt Av.

So. "Southwest corner intersection 00 of Freeway 35W 494' 220-Used Autos for Sale Before You Buy Any Car Be Sure to Shop FREEWAY DODGE SEE OUR AD IN CLASS. 220 FOR THE FINEST IN USED CARS 8011 PENN SO. 888-8891 "Next to Wards Southtown' 220-Used Autos for Sale WHATEVER MAKE or MODEL YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Anderson Pontiac has it. See our ads under section 220 today's paper ANDERSON PONTIAC 9301 Lyndale S.

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import cars SEE OUR AD 221-Imported-Classic-Sports Cars MERCEDES-BENZ "THE TAILORED AUTOMOBILE" SEE OUR AD CLASS. VELIE OLDS 1300 W. Lake St. TA 2-2100 TA A 2-2105 222-New Cars and Contracts '67 DODGE HEADQUARTERS "WE GIVE DEALS, FIT FOR A KING DODGE 2021 W. BDWY.

522-6611 222-New Cars and Contracts SEE The NEW 1967 Pontiac AT Anderson Pontiac 52nd Lyndale Av. S. TA 2-2194 222-New Cars and Contracts '67 Pontiacs all 5 models now on display in our new car showroom ON AUTOMOBILE ROW PENTEL PONTIAC 720 E. Lake St. TA 2-3166 222-New Cars and Contracts FORDS FALCONS MUSTANGS ALWAYS ON DISPLAY BEST FORD BUY IN TOWN CAN BE MADE IN HOPKINS DAHLBERG FORD, INC.

11th Excelsior Av. WE 5-2101 222-New Cars and Contracts SEE THE NEW '67 Chevrolet at AREA'S NEWEST CHEVROLET SHOWPLACE ITEN CHEVROLET (FORMERLY OSSEO MOTORS) Across from Shoppers 6701 OSSEO RD. 533-1681 224-Trucks, Trailers for Sale Be sure to see our Classified ad today offering a variety of Good Used Trucks MIDWAY FORD 1850 University St. Paul 224-Trucks, Trailers for Sale FOR BEST TRUCK BUYS SEE OUR AD CLASS. MARKET FORD 725 W.

BROADWAY 521-3661 224-Trucks. Trailers for Sale Be sure to see our Classified ad today offering a variety of Good Used Trucks MIDWAY FORD 1850 University St. Paul 224-Trucks, Trailers for Sale A GOOD TRUCK FOR THE BEST, BUY ON SEE OUR AD IN TODAY'S CLASSIFIED SECTION AND CALL JOE, SELTZ or HUGH WATSON MIDWAY FORD M1 5-8111 1850 Univ. St. Paul 224-Trucks, Trailers for Sale TRUCK VALUES See Our Complete Line of New and Used Trucks at Bargain Prices "Southwest corner intersection of Freeway 35W 494" 7900 Humboldt Av.


SEE OUR DAILY AD CLASS. 224 BILL BOYER FORD 1213 Hennepin Ave. FE 2-7576 1. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS SMITH--Cory Alan, 3, proudly nounces the birth of his sister, Lynelle Marie, 7 lb. 7 1-6-67.

Parents Roger Karen Smith, 7132 Janell N. TOBERMAN Mr. Mrs. Harley J. 2420 Dupont announce the birth of Michael Victor, 7 lb.

oz. 1-20-67. VASQUEZ-Mr. and Mrs. Llovd 2940 17 Av.

announce the birth of Bradley Steven, 7 lb. 5 1-10-67. Brother of Clinton Lloyd, age 2. WARD. Mr.

Mrs. David Minnehaha Av. announce the birth of Michelle Renee 7 lb. 1 1-27. 67.

Grandparents are Mr. Mrs. C. R. Moerke Mr.

Mrs. Milo Ward. WATTS- Mrs. Richard 3413 Girard announce the birth of Katherine Anne, 7 lb. 3 12-14-'67 WIDHOLM---Mr.

N. Mrs. James announce 4224 Av. proudly the birth of a GIRL. Carrie Jo.

8 lb. oz. 1-31-67. Sister of Bruce, Brenda. Barry.

Randy John. parents Mr. Mrs. Chester Widholm Mr. Mrs.

Ole Braaten. ZANG-Jon Harold, 1 yr. old, proudly announces the birth of a baby sister, Lisa Jean, 7 lb. oz. 1-20-67.

Parents Mr. Mrs. Harold Zang. 7416 Regent Ave. N.

OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS Additional Late Obituaries may be found today on PAGE 16B General News Section ABRAHAMSON-Elmer age 68, of Forest Lake. Owner General Safety Equipment Co. North Branch. Survived by his wife. Violet; 2 daughters.

Mrs Mitchell (Jean) Kervida of Lindstrom Mavis Kent, Center City; 12 grandchildren: 1 brother, Frank. Alma Krop, Long Beach. Calif Funeral services p.m. Tues. at the Faith Lutheran Church Forest Lake.

Friends may call at Mattson Funeral Home, 343 North Shore Drive, Forest Lake, after 4 p.m. Mon. Interment Fairview Cemetery. Lindstrom. -Mamie, age 86, of 2439 13th Ave.

S. Survived by son, Everett; 5 grandchildren; great grandchildren; niece nephew. Services Mon. 10:30 a.m. at Henry W.

Anderson Mortuary, 3640 23rd Ave. S. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sun. Interment at Hillside Cemetery.

AVERY-Clinton V. age 84, residence 3150 W. Calhoun on Fri. Survived by brother, Theodore, New York City; several nieces nephews of New York Mpls. Member of Hennepin Methodist Church, Mpls.

Lodge A.F. A.M., Bodies of Scottish Rites Zuhrah Temple of Shrine. Services will be held Tues. at 1:30 p.m. at the Davies Mortuary, Harmon Place at 14th St.

Interment Lakewood. Friends may call Monday after 3 p.m. BALL -Henry of 2510. E. 7th Av.

North St. Paul. Notice of neral later. Arrangements Sandberg Mortuary, North St. Paul.

DANIELSON Sophia age 88 of 6425 Cedar Ave. Survived by sons Frank D. Albert W. of Richfield Carl S. of McCleary.

11 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren. Services Tues. p.m. Morris Nielsen Chapel, Portland Ave. at E.

66th St. Interment Oak Hill. Visitation beginning 7 p.m. Mon. DODGE--Alice of 2420 W.

54th St. Survived by 3 sisters. Miss Ethel Wilkinson, Mrs. E. M.

Armagost, both of Mrs. W. F. Goertz of San Marino. California; 2 nieces 2 nephews.

Services Tuesday afternoon 1 o'clock at Werness Brothers Chapel, W. 50th St. Beard Av. S. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, St.

Peter, Minn. Friends may call at Chapel, beginning 5 p.m. Monday. -Myrtle age 63, of 4302 Girard Ave. in Rio Grande City, Texas.

Survived by husband, Walter 1 daughter, Mrs. William (Joyce) Paulsen, 1 son, James W. of St. Paul; 2 grandchildren, Carolyn and James Paulsen; father, Ole Swenson. Westbrook, sisters, Esther Counts, Los Angeles, Clara Knutson and Ruth Kronback, both of Lamberton, Inga Erickson, Westbrook, Ethel Biorngaard, brothers, Clifford Swenson, Revere, Neil of Westbrook and Selmer of St.

Peter. Funeral services Monday 2 p.m. St. Olaf's Lutheran Church, 29th Emerson Ave. No.

Reviewal beginning Sunday noon at The Sundseth-Anderson Funeral Home. Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the church. GUNNERSON-Belva age 58, resi- idence 5637 Clinton on Friday. Survived by husband, Helmer sisters, Mrs.

Merrill N. (Florence) Holland, Orlando, Mrs. Bernice Elefson, brother, Obert Bronstad, Mpls. Services Monday 12 noon at Welander-Quist (West Chapel) 2301 Dupont Av. S.

Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Augustana Home or the donor's choice. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. HANSON-Gordon age 35, of 6321 15th Av.

S. Survived by wife, Janette; children, Steven, Gwen, Nancy, Janine Gordon mother, Mrs. Sarah Hanson of Bloomington; brothers, John of Kenyon, Clarence of Rosemont, Duane of Lake Mills, Robert of Ft. Carson, sisters, Mrs. Bennie Neseth of Nerstrand Mrs.

Willard Lindell of Canon Falls. Services Mon. p.m. Morris Nilson Chapel, Portland Av. at E.

66th St. Interment National. Visitation begins 2 p.m. Sunday. HENDRICKSON-Edwin W.

Jr. (Bill). age 34, of 4009 23rd Av. S. Survived by parents, Mr.

Mrs. Edwin W. Hendrickson brother, John; sister, Mrs. Loren (Diane) Napiontek; niece; 2 nephews. Services Mon.

1:00 p.m. Minnehaha Lutheran Church, 41 st St. 37th Av. S. Visitation after 2:00 p.m.

Sun. at the Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, 3640 23rd Av. S. Interment Lakewood Cemetery.

-Esther age 66. of 715 Washington St. NE. Survived by 2 sons, Kenneth Hodsdon Covon Richter; daughter, Mrs. Virginia Jesse.

Services Monday, 12:30 p.m., at the Washburn McReavy-Southeast Chapel, 4th St. Central Ave. SE. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Goodhue Minnesota. Friends may call after 2 p.m.

Sunday. KANNENBERG-Arthur O. (Kenny) Res. 4846 Park on Thurs. Survived by wife, Violet 2 sisters.

Mrs. Fred (Anna) Liemers of Mrs. Emma Forsberg, Brainerd. Minn. Services Mon.

1 p.m, at Welander-Quist (West Chapell, 2301 Av. S. Interment Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Friends may call beginnina 10 a.m.

Sunday. KERN Robert W. age 47. of 16951 Manor Road, Eden Prairie. Survived by wife.

Beverly 2 sons. Robert W. Jr. of Staten Island, N.Y.. David 3 grandchildren; mother, Mrs.

Sarah E. Kern; brother, John and sister. Mrs. H. Utesch, all ot Mpls.

Services Monday afternoon o'clock Werness Brothers Coo el, W. 50th St. Beard Ave. So Friends may call beginning Saturday 5 p.m. Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

Memorials may be directed 1c Mayflower Congregational Church or the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. -Gilbert age 89. formerly of 5818 Goodrich St. Louis Park. Survived by brother, Melvin, Whitehall.

Wis. Services 3 p.m. Monday at John Billman's Park Funeral Home, 3960 Wooddale. Interment Sunset. Reviewal after 3 p.m.

Sunday. If desired memorials may be directed to Wooddale Lutheran Church. LONERGAN-Mrs. Verda of 1800 Portland St. Paul, formerly of 2309 Beverly Road, Feb.

2nd. Survived by her husband, Philip and daughters, Mrs. Bernard (Patricia Ann) Morine of Moundsview and Mary Jone Lonergan of St Paul; 1 sister. Mrs. Walter A.

Blomquist of St. Paul: 2 brothers, R. F. Strait, Portland, Ore. and A.

Strait of Seattle, there are 4 grandchildren. Funeral from The O'Halloran-Murphy, Snelling Ave. Chapel, 575 So. Snelling, St. Paul 9:30 a.m.

Saturday and Requiem Mass St. Mark's Church, Davton Moore 10 o'clock. Interment Resurrectinn. Visitation after 3 p.m. Friday.

Please omit flowers. Memorials preferred to your favorite charity or the Christ Child School for Ex eptionol Children St. Mark's Alto: Rosary FUNERAL DIRECTORS McDIVITT HAUGE MINNEHAHA CHAPEL Minnehaha Av. at 32nd St. 724-3621 LELAND CHAPEL Chicago Av.

at 37th St. 824-0771 BROADWAY CHAPEL Broadway at Washburn N. 522-3346 HENRY W. ANDERSON Established 1931 3640 23RD AV. S.

PA 9-2331 WERNESS BROTHERS 50TH ST. BEARD AV. S. WA 7-8641 37TH SETA NICOLLET AV. 4-2624 Washburn-McReavy 405 CENTRATHEAST 333-2368 CHAPEL NORTHEAST CHAPEL 2905 JOHNSON 781-6828 SWANSON CHAPEL Lowry at Irving 529-9691 Bertch Funeral Chapel 1304 University NE.

FE 5-7841 1. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Welander-Quist FUNERAL INFORMATION EASTMAN North Chapel GUNNARSON-Belva West Chapel KANNENBERG- Arthur West Chapel -Minnie West Chapel SWENSON -Esther North Chapel NORTH CHAPEL 1200 W. BROADWAY 529.9201 WEST CHAPEL 2301 DUPONT AV. S. 377-2203 EDINA CHAPEL 5116 HWY.


2730 HENNEPIN AV. TA 3-7264 Gill Brothers Downtown Chapel OFF HENNEPIN at 14th FE 6-3675 South Chapel 5801 LYNDALE SO. TA 7.4646 Bloomington-Richfield 19947 LYNDALE SO. TU 6-7771 INDEX All in classifications numerical are order. numbered and appear Business service and merchandise classifications appear in alphabetical order.

DEADLINES Daily lication 6 p.m. day (commercial preceding 5 pubp.m.). Sunday-9 p.m. Friday (commercial 5 p.m.). Cancellations or corrections until 9 p.m.

day preceding publication, Sunday 9 p.m. Friday. JUST CALL 372-4242 TO ORDER A WONDER-WORKING WANT AD PAGE 1- 123 Rooms, Furnished ANNOUNCEMENTS 124 Rooms, Housekeeping 1 Birth Announcements 125 Rooms With Board 3 Obituaries and Funerals 126 Roommates Wanted 4 Florists 127 Rooms Wanted 5 Cemetery Lots 128 Garages, Miscellaneous 6 Monuments Markers for Rent 7 Funeral Directors 129 Wanted to Rent 130 Rental Exchange PAGE 2- REAL ESTATE 8 In Memoriam 132 Prop. 9 Cards of Thanks for Rent 10 Lodge Club Notices 12 Transportation Travel PAGE 27- 13 Vacation Guide 133 Prop. for Sale 13A Skiing Accommodations 134 Property Management 13B Ice Fishing 135 Apt.

Buildings for Sale 14 Hunting Accommodations 136 Apts. Sale--Group Co-op. 15 Let's See The Town DUPLEXES, TRIPLEXES, 16 Attractions DBLE. BUNGALOWS 17 Lost Found 137 North, Northwest for Sale 18 Personals 139 Northeast for Sale 19 Personals, Business 20 Beauty Shops PAGE 28- 21 Notices 141 Southeast for Sale 22 Stamps, Coins Books 143 South Southwest for Sale 23 Insurance 145 Real Estate Appraisers 146 Real Estate Exchange BUSINESS SERVICE 147 Real Estate Wanted 25 Air Conditioning 148 Real Estate Loans 26 Accountants Auditors 149 Contracts for Deeds 27 Ashes Rubbish Hauling HOUSES FOR SALE 28 Awnings, Blinds, Shades MINNEAPOLIS 29 Builders Contractors 150 Calhoun-Harriet 30 Cement Work, Waterproofing 151 Cedar-Isles-Loring 32 Cleaners, Dyers, Laundries 152 North 33 Clothes Posts Step Railings 34 Dressmaking Alterations PAGE 29- 35 Electric Repairing Service 153 Northeast 36 Exterminators Fumigators 154 Parkway, West 37 Floor Refinishing Resurfacing PAGE 30- 38 Furnace Repairing Cleaning 155 Parkway, Central 39 Furriers Storage 156 Parkway, South 40 Home Imorovement Loans 157 South 41 Insulation Weatherstripping 158 South Central 42 Lawn Landscape Service 159 Southeast 43 Machine Shop Work 160 Miscellaneous 45 Moving, Storage, Shipping 163 Custom Home Builders 47 Painting, Paperhanging HOUSES FOR SALE 48 Plastering, Patching, Stucco SUBURBAN NE. 49 Plumbing Heating Service 165 Columbia Anthony 50 Radio Television Service PAGE 31- 52 Refrigeration Service 167 Fridley, Coon Rapids, Anoka 53 Roofs, Gutters Siding 54 Rug Cleaning Repairing PAGE 32- 55 Sewer Cesspool Cleaning 169 Suburban Northeast 56 Sewing Machine Service HOUSES FOR SALE 57 Tiling Service, Floor Walls SUBURBAN NW.

58 Draperies, Slipcovers 171 Brooklyn Center, Park, Osseo 59 Vacuum Cleaner Repairing 173 Golden Valley, Tyrol Hills 60 Washer Dryer Repairing PAGE 33- 62 Window Cleaning, Servicing 174 Plymouth 63 Miscellaneous Services 175 Robbinsdale, Crystal, MERCHANDISE New Hope 65 Antiques Art Goods 177 Suburban Northwest 66 Auctions HOUSES FOR SALE 67 Bicycles Accessories SUBURBAN SOUTH 68 Building Supplies 179 Bloomington 69 Business Equipment 70 Children's Column PAGE, 34- 71 Clothing Furs Richfield 72 Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Suburban South PAGE 3- PAS5, 35- 73 Fireplace, Barbecue fuel PAGE36 74 Good Things to Eat HOUSES FOR SALE 75 Heating Plumbing Equip. SUBURBAN SW. 77 Household Appliances 185 Edina-Morningside 78 Household Furnishings PAGE, 38- 79 Machinery, Metals, Tools Hopkins-Minnetonka Village 79A Materials Handling 189 Minnetonka Construction Equipment PAGE 39- PAGE 4- 191 St. Louis Park 193 Suburban Southwest 80 Photographic Equipment 82 Pianos, Organs Music 195 St. Paul, City Suburban 83 Radio, TV, Phono, Recorders 201 200 Lots Lots for for Sale Wanted City Sporting Goods Suburban Wanted 84 84A Tents Camping Equipment 84B Snowmobiles 205 Lakeshore, Cabins, Homes 85 Swaps PAGE 40- 86 Boats Motors 206 Lakeshore Wanted 207 Resorts for Sale PAGE 5- 208 Out-of-Town Property 87 Miscellaneous For Sale FARMS LANDS FOR SALE 88 Miscellaneous Wanted 210 lowa 89 Dogs, Birds, Pets 211 Minnesota LIVESTOCK FARM EQUIP.

212 North Dakota 90A Auctions Sales 213 South Dakota 90B Farm Equip. Parts 214 Wisconsin PAGE 6 215 Miscellaneous 90C Livestock 217 Farm Land for Rent 90D Miscellaneous 218 Farms Wanted 90E Horses, Riding Equip. AUTOMOTIVE Stables 219 Station Wagons 92 Feeds Seeds 220 Used Autos For Sale 93 Baby Chicks, Poultry PAGE 42- EMPLOYMENT (Male) 221 Imported-Classic-Sports Cars 95 Positions Wanted Men 221A Customized Autos 96 Help Wanted Men 223 Autos Wanted PAGE 14 224 Trucks, Trailers For Sale 97 Employment Agencies Men PAGE 43- PAGE 15- 222 New Cars Contracts 98 Salesmen Wanted PAGE 44- PAGE 16 225 Trucks, Trailers Wanted 99 Manufacturer's Agents 226 Buses, Ambulances, Hearses Lines 227 Auto Truck LeasingEDUCATION Rentals 100 Beauty Schools 228 Aviation 101 Business Colleges 229 Motorcycles Motorscooters 102 Dancing, Music Dramatics 230 Mobile Homes Parks 103 Vocational Training 231 Travel Trailers Campers 231A Tent Trailers PAGE EMPLOYMENT (Female) 232 Auto-Truck Parts, 17- 104 Nurseries Child Care Equipment, Tires Day 234 Auto Repairs, Service 105 Positions Wanted, Women 106 Help Wanted, Women FINANCIAL PAGE 21- 240 Financial 107 Household Domestic 241 Auto Loans Wanted 242 Bank Loans 108 Employment Agencies, 243 Personal Loans (Licensed women under Industrial Loan Act) PAGE 22- 245 Personal Loans (Licensed 109 Salesladies Wanted under Small Loan Act) 110 Help Wanted Men Women 246 Legal Notices 110A Employment Agencies, Men Women 111 Teachers Wanted BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 112 Debt Adjustments 113 Business Opportunities IT'S MORE Twin Cities Area PAGE 23- ECONOMICAL 114 Business Opportunities Out of Twin Cities TO ORDER YOUR AD PAGE 24- Wanted ON A SEVEN-DAY 115 Business Opp. RENTALS 116 Apartments, Unfurnished BASIS--AND PAGE 25- CANCEL WHEN 117 Apartments, Furnished PAGE 26 RESULTS ARE 118 Duplexes-Dbl. Bglos.

Unfurn. 119 Suburban For Rent OBTAINED. 120A Houses, Duplexes, Double Bungalows, Furnished 1205 Houses for Rent, Unfurn. 121 Lake Cottages for Rent 122 Minnetonka for Rent 122A Motels.

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