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Page 11 iardcn City Telegram Saturday, May 29, H71 Tonight On Te/evision SATURDAY MORNING 7:00—Tomfoolery Show. 11 Bugs Bunny. G 7:30—Heckle ana Jeckle. 11 7:o7—In The Know, 6 8:00—Woody Woodpecker. 11 Sabrina and Groovle Goolles, 6 Lancelot Link Chimp Hour, 8:30—Biigalpos, U 8.57—In The Know, 6 9:00—Adv. of Dr. Doolittle, 11 Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down. D^O-Sl^De^^r 0 "' 8 ' 6 Pink Panther ' 11 „ „ Harlem Globetrotters. • 9:57—In the Know, 6 10:00—Hot Wheels. 13 Archie.- 6 ,„ o« '?• , R - Pufnstuff, 11 10:30—Major Astro, 11 Sky Hawks, 13 I0:o7—In the know. 6 11:00—Scooby Doo, 6 Motor Mouse 13 Hot Dog, 11 11:30—Monkees. 6 Hardy Boys, 13 Jambo, 11 11*7—In , the Know. 6 SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Kntght Time, 11 American Bandstand, 13 Hands Across the Fence, g 12:30—Jetsons; 6 ^ Around the Town," 11 l:00-Baseball, U ABA .Playoff, « Young Scene, 13 .1.:30-<Mystery Matinee. 13 3:0(>-Bill -.Anderson, 6 Thefre Ought to be Golf, 13 .5:£-SK# B K. oqnega. -?'»> rt «. M ,X. Lewis Country Club, 4:30— Wilbtirn Bros., « 5:00— Conover's Jamboree. 6 Porter Wagoner. 11 §E?rt« Challenge, 13 JWC; Sat. Night News. 11 CBS 'Evening News. «.... SATURDAY NIGHT 6:00— News, 11 " f 45i3 6 :30-Misston' Impossible, 6 Andy Williams, li Lawrence Welk, 13 ' Mojave Desert. « Men - 13 8:30— Immortal, ' 13 o nrL_?? artr , W 6 ' Moore, 6 9:00— Mannix, fi '• 9:30— This is Your Life 13 10:15— KSN 'News, 11 ' 13 SUNDAY MORNING 13 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 Get Together, 11 die. Time, 13 -—ils of Penelope, 6 Revival Fires, 11 Freddy Fudd. 13 : 00—Johnny Quest, 13 pay of Discovery, e Herald of Truth, 11 :30-0ral Roberts, li Cattanooga Cats, 13 Insight, .6 '^Wn^s*™ 01 ™*- u :30-D^eove f ry. *$"' 9 Face the; Natton, 6 :00—Day watch, is TBA, 11 ' Guidelines.' 6 • :30-This is the Life, 11 Music and the Spoken Word r» ' g at Fun. Center. «. Meet the Press, 11 Feeding, SUNDA* AFTERNOON ; '* 12:30—Issues and Answers, 13 '' ; » 12:45—TBA, jj" 86 ' - " ''i'S l:00-<-Sunday OlasSdo, 13 Garden Wise _Show. 11 2: 3:45 — Smart Shopper 11 4:00— Children of Compassion 4:30— Untamed World, ^j^"' K nn SSS 88 ? Outdoorsman. 6 6:00- CBS News, 6 •• Ian Tyson Show, 11 K IK Celebrity . Bowling, 1S 0-15— American Sportsman, 33 6:30— Death Valley Days 6 Pet Set. 11 Virgil Ward Show, 13 SUNDAY EVENING 6:00— NFL Action, 13 Lassie, 6 c on Sportsman Friend, 11 6:30— World of Disney 11 .Hogan's .Heroes. '6 :il S:00-Movie7 13 Bonanza, 11 0 .., glen Campbell, 6 ,?.00—Honeyinooners, 6 10:00— News, Wthr.. Spts.. 6, 11 in on_?? en , 6 Tonight. 13 < 10:30— Movie, 6 . Movie! 13 Mtovie,-' 11 LEGALS (Published 'In the 'Garden CityTele- on .May 29, June 6 and June y/i '••'. . •,. THE RZSTRrZCT COURT OF FINNEIY COUNTY. KANSAS SfPSS® -" L - MEEKER and RALPH O.»fiEUL, . . . . .... PLAINTIFFS, GEOR<JB f W.,.BAtRD, et. al. .v^ STATE OF KANSAS TO: GEORGE'W. BAIRD: AL BECKER; BECKER ESTATE, a partnership; DAISY PEARL BELL; A. G X UT RTIN BIBRER- ANDREW G. CURTIN BIEREIR; E. BIERER SR; CHAUNCEY C. BROWN EMMA J. BROWN: LOUISA C CANIN; NANCY C. CHAMBERLAIN; MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM; E. C. DAVIS; C. O. DOWNING RAYMOND DICKS; FIDELITY FARM LANDS. COMPANY: IDA M. FISHE'R; J. A. FISHER; JOHN A. FISHER: JAMES P. FORD; •MS. P. FORD: THE GARDEN CITY DITCH COMPANY: OHAS. ». GOEHAM; JESSE HARRIS; A. C. HEBREW; ..A. ,L. HEBREW: J. H. HUTOHINGS: J. W. KENNEDY; JASlPER N. KINSIEY- GEORGE a, KNOK: H. M. KNOX; J. H. MAI; C. E. MERRIAM; EiLIZA W. MILLARD: J. F. MIL- LAPJ>; EDWARD . B. MOORE; NORA M. 'NElLSON; C. L. NIQUETTE" EMMA E. NIQUETTE- ALFRED, PRATT; JAMES M. E.AH1N: J. M: RAHN; HENRY ROENFEILDT; JAMES H. STEVENS; MARY. ,J. STEVENS: THE SUFFOLK TRUST & INVEST. MENT . CO.; i!: NELLIE A. 'TANNER: W...F. TANNER; CHARLES B. THOMPSON: LILLIAN E. THOMPSON; LBULIAS H. THIOIMP- SON; MARY. E. THOMPSON; A, C. VESPER; THOS. J. WHITAK- KR; and W..R. WILSON; the un- Known heirs executors, administrators,' devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defendants; the unknown officers, successors, trustees,. creditors and assigns of such of the'defendants as are existing, dissolved .or dormant corporations ; the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of such defendants as are or were partners or in a partnership; the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of such of the defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal ^Usability; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, 'trustees. ' creditors and assigns of JAMES F. MILLARD and AU.CE *C. LAWSON, both deceased; and all other persons who are or m,ay bo concerned, You 'are hereby notified that a petition has -been filed in the District Court of Fiiuiey County, Kansas by George L. Meeker and iWpfy a Bell, praying lor Judg- LEGALS ment as follows: That plaintiff, George L. Meeker, is the owner in fee simple ot all of Blocks 1, 3 and 4, Lots 6, 7, S and 9 in Block 5, and Lots 5, 6. 7 and 8 in Block 6, all in. Meeker Subdivision of the City of Garden City. Flnney County, Kansas, as shown in the plat thereof recorded in'the office of Rogistei 1 - of Deeds • of Flnney County, Kansas in Plat Book 5, Page 30; -and That plaintiff. Ralph C. Bell. Is the owner in fee simple of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 In Block 5, and Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 in Block 6, all in Meeker Subdivision of the ,City of Garden City. Flnney County, Kansas, according to the plat thereof recorded in the Office of Register of. Deeds of Finney County, Kansas, in Plat Book 6, Page 30; and praying that the court determine all adverse estates or interests which are claimed in safd real estate, and that plaintiffs' titles to their sadd respectively owned real estate be quieted against you »nd each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by, through or under you are forever barred and excluded from any right, title, interest, estate, equity or lien in, to or upon, or claim against the said real estate above described; and you are hereby required to answer or otherwise plead to said petition on or before July 12, 1971, in said court at the courtdiouse in the City of Garden City, in Finney County. Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. GEORGE L. MEEKER and RALPH C. BELL Plaintiffs CORLEY, BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Street Garden Ciity. Kansas G7846 Attorneys for Plaintiffs • • (Published in the Garden Cdty Telegram, Saturday, May 29, 1971.) The Board of Finney County Commissioners met May 3, 1971, with the following ^present: Taylor LI Jones, Chairman; Raymond P. Oyler; F. Arthur Stone; Harrison Smith, County 'Attorney; and Jane Collins, County Clerk. The following bills were presented and warrants drawn for the same. GENERAL Finwey County Treasurer, 7,990.82; Clyde Sheaks, 38.00; Mrs. Raymond Ladd, 19.50; Mrs. P. C. Garcia, 17.50: Judith K. Belknap, 17.50; Mrs. Coy Davis, 17.50; Effle Harrington, 17.50: Mrs. Me-rle D. Evans, 18.88; Vera Lou Adam, 16.88; Sharon S. Fulton, 16.88; Mrs. Wayne S. Bertholf, 16.88; Margaret C. Webb, 16.88; Mrs. Ronald Howell, 10.63: Irene M. Flynm, 10.63; Mary Jane Mark, 10.63; Janice L. Hebrlee, 10.63; Mrs. J. P. Sheeny. 18.25; Mary Belle Hope, 16.25; J. D. Adams, 16.25; Mrs. J. E. Murdock, 16.25; Ruby Marie Kauffman. 16.25; Patricia Ann Naab, 10.00; Anna May Sonnenberg, 10.00; Dora E. Long, 10.00: Eva M. Stephens, 10.00; Norma O. Dawson, 18.25; Dorothea Kline, 16.25; Mrs. W. H. Brahmall, 16.25; Leona, Bratton, 16.25; Katherine Elsey, 16.25; Bonnie Deines 10.00; Bldora Kleysteuber, 10.00; Diane G. Baker, 10.00; Evilo Vannaman, 10.00; OpaJ Dunlap. 18.25; Esther M. Keller, 16.25; Edna Mednert, 16.25; Doris E. Ellison, 16.25; Mary L. Burden, 16.25; Faye Dailey, 10.00; Stella Garnand. 10.00; Dor. othy M. Holmes,' 10.00; Mrs. Wendell Nelson, 10.00; Inez L. Dew, 18.25: Elinor J. Lobdell, 16.25 ; x Sylvia P. Hayne. 16.25; Coleen Kinney, 16.25; Pauline Craft, 16.25; Martha M. Foster. 10.00; Wilma E. Stover, 10.00; Naomi E. Talley, 10.00; Royann R. Green, 10.00; Bernadette H. Austen, 18.25; Clara Burt, 16.25; Mrs. Norbert 'Sander. 16.25; Kay M. Thompson, 16.25; Josephine M. 'Tatro. 16.25: Virginia Bergkamp, 10.00; Millie M. Rinfcoul, 10.00; Mamie R. Crabb, iO.OO; Mrs. John Whiteley, 10.00: Lillian Oaldwell, 18.25: Mrs. M. C. Beaver, 16.25; MolLie Hannema/n, 16.25; Hazel Skilling, 16.25; Opal Brooks, 16.25; Margaret A. Deslongchamp, 10.00; Pearl F. Brecheisen, 10.00; •/Chelsea McElroy, 10.00; Betty I* Yeadon. 10.00; Odilia Wasinger. 18.25; Avril.M. Craig, 16.25; Dorothy Ostmeyer, ,16.25; Virginia Em- iknv, 16.25; Mamie E. Bafcer, .6.25; Helen Bieker, 10.00; Matilda Whitehurst, 10.00; Frances Bfei£eir, 10.00; Sharen A. Altman, 10.00: RutheJla Wagner,' 1S.88; Mrs. Do*. othy Petrus, 16.88; Esther -Bruins- ton, 16.88; 'Marilyn Simpson, 16.88; Leona Spencer. .16.88; .Ellen J. Hat- Meld. 10.63; Dolores A. Weiss. 10.63; Wanda M. Gercken, 10.63; Maxine Clark, 10.63: Eleanor Knoll, 19.19; Grace M. .Wilson, 17.19; Robert R. Shelor, 17.19; Donna; Schiffelbein. 17.19; Mary Ellen > Huschka, 17.19; Bernice Oeding, 10.94; Eva M. Powers. 10.94; Violet M. Fry. 10.94 ;v Artena Maddox, 10.94; Clara Dale, 18.88: Josie Meier, '16.88: Marjorie Morgan,16.88; Gloria KnoU, 16.88: Lorens McVey, 16.88; Carlene Schweer, 10.63; Lena M. Carl, 10.63; Imogene Quint, 10.63; Hazel Sniodgmss, 10.63; Mrs. Vern L. Holmes. 18.25; Lena E. Bethel. 16.25; Mrs. Walter Buell, 16.25; Mrs: Calvin Mills, 16.25; Mrs. Darel Traugott, 16.25; Vera Huckstadt, 10.00: Donna Collins, 10.00; Lotus Couiter, 10.00; Marie Martin, 10.00; Rose M. Naab, 21.30; Vivian Funk, 17.601 Freda Kirohoff, 17.50: Cleo Merrill, 17.50; Beverley Hooker, 17.50; Mrs. Clifford Mayo, 19.42; Mrs. Donna Meyer, 16.88; Ethel McClure. 16.88; Donna Jameson. 16.88; Mr®. Lawrence Joyce, 16.88; Mrs. Wm. R. Smith, 18.88; Mrs, Dorman D. Diller, 16.25; Mrs. W. A. A, Smith, 16.25; Betty Erkie, 40.74; Joyce Reed, 17.50: Mavis Lillip bridge, 17.50; Darlene Dugger, 17.50; Judy Oyler, 17.50; Dale R. Dickenson, 26.34; Martha Lee Meng, '17.50; Leona A. Bond, 17.50; Ida Ruth Snodgrasg, 23.56; Loretta Staley, 16.88; Judith L. Nusaer, 16.88; Mary Joan Cronin, 24.90; Nellie Joe Weldon, 17.50; Sadie Kleysteuber, 17.50; Lester Koch, 22.66; Wesley Sterling. 16.88; Glen R. Widows, 16.88; L. !fy Joss, 21.13; Jean Klaus. 16.25;. Rosfe . Rupp, 16.25; Mrs. N. S. Bird. . 16.25; Clarence Burgardt, 16.25; Donna Brown, 11.25; Shirley Richmeier, 11.25; Diana Pfeifer, 11.25; Blanche Rome, 11.25; Martha Stillwell, 27.88; Cecile M.. BiUings, 16.88; Leona M. Shirk. 16.88; SUBTOTAL, 10,390.90. Finney County Treasurer, 7,944.82; Rupp 'Mobil Service, 130.01; Red's Gulf Service, 32,40; Fansler Tires. Inc., 2.00; Five Podnts Motor Co., Inc., 40.33; Harold Riddle, 137.04; Dannie Siegrist, 275.39; Gaylord Cook, 23.60; Grover Craig, 113,22; Donna Bradford. 12.30; Richard Rohleder, 41.50; Rose Murray, 15.75; R. L. Thompson, 71.55; Kinney Glass, Inc., 5.15; Rogers Paint Products. 49.32; Itek Business Products, 45.00; Smith- Corona Marchant, 825.55; Dillons, 8.72; Pitney.Bowes, Inc., 47.50; Nat'i District Attorney's Assn., 8.75; Bancroft- Whitney Co., 19.10; Finney County Treasurer, 3.00; Carol A. Graber, 5.00; Saml Dode- woi-th Co., 407;55; Northwestern Typewriter Co., 67.96; The Lockwood Co., Inc... 49.90; The Garden Press, 133.35; Navrat's of Garden City, Inc.. 50.00; Consolidated Printing & Stationery Co., 119.01; Patterdell, 2.50; Joan Kirchoff. 15.00: Southwestern Bell Tele Co., .424.83; Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., 42.60; City of Garden City, 161.17; Peoples Natural Gas, 76.50; A. D. "Dave". Wright, 300.00 Partin Electric. 33.90; Air Control. 652.00; Coast to Coast, 65.38; Whajrton's 55.77; .Garden Belle Lumber, Inc.. 9.64; State Chemical Co., 6.84: Lustra Lighting. 87.20; Garden City Laundry & Cleaners, 8.40; Tommy Graves — Kir-by Vacuum Co., 3,95; Geier's, Inc., 6.10; Dowd Seed Co., 45.00; American Implement Co., 26,01; Grover Craig, 868.00; Louis Mendbza 41,25; Snydeir Radio, 25.00; Central Pest Control, 10.00; Law Enforcement ROAD Finney County Treasurer, 7.>13.00; Finney County Treasurer, 7,215.50: A & B Auto Service, 15.00; American Road Builde.rs' Assn., 3.00; Elmer Atkinson, *'000; Be.rry Tractor & Equip. Co., H.t'3; Buffalo Mill Supply. Inc., 21.50; Burtis Motor Co., 7,475.22; Carswell Pipe & Steel Co., Inc.. :)97.06; Certanlum Alloys & Research Co., 195.39; PhotodUplServ, Libr. of Congress, 7.55; Circle K Auto Parts, Inc., 134.14; City of Garden City. 44.05: Coast to Coast Stores, 13.68: Eaton Metal Products .Corp., 1,016.93: Evans One Stop Service, 42.29: Fansler Tires, Inc.. 58408; Flnney County Treasurer, 6.00; Foley Tractor Co., 1,371.20; G-arden City Co-op Equity Exch., 1,818.74; H & H Wholesale Supply, l.MS.lio; Harding Glass Industries, Inc., 1,,05; Holiday Inn, 29.61; Robert H. Jones P.E.. 271:17; K T Oil Corporation. 134.49; Kansas Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 1,056.00: Kansas Blue Print Co., Inc., 251.56; Kem- peiT Auto Electric, 78.78; Ladd Service, 50.00: R. C. Leake, 360.00; Machine Supply, 191.08; Machinery, Inc., 50.00: Navrat's of Garden City, Inc.. 14.53; Northwestern Typewriter Co.. 4.28: Peoples Nat. ural Gas Co., 25.67; Ed Porter Lumber Co., 13.60; Ray's Truck & Implement Co., 1.50; Scheufler Supply, 30.80; Schreiber Motors, 7,165.57: Sealand Battery Products. 37.50: Claud S. Shelor, 1S.63; Sinclair Oil Corp., 283.68: Smallwood Oil Co., 154.21; Smith Sand Co.. 25.50; Snap-on Tools, P7.47; Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 189.85; 'Tradewind Industries, Inc., 504.36; Kennedy Van Brush Manuf. Inc.. 285.00; G. W. Van Keppel Co., 106.10; Water Information Center, Inc., 28.00;_TOTAL, 41.165.19. DISTRICT. CORONER Finney County Treasurer, S<3.33; Finney Co. Treasurer, 83.33; TOTAL, 166.66. • HEALTH NURSE Finney County Treasurer, 482.50; Finney County Treasurer, 482.60; Irene Hoyt, R. N.. 13.99; Southwestern Bell, 36.08; Irene Hoyt. R.N., 80.64; TOTAL. 1,095.71. NOXIOUS WEED Baler Auto Glass Center, 83.38; Tradewind Industries, Inc., 74.50- TOTAL, 157.88. .• -.' Ic GAS FUND Elmer Atkinson, 469.00. SPECIAL BUILDING FUND Lyman. Cobb, Benson. 349.75; Ladd Service, 1,573.00; TOTAL, 1,822.75. Equip. ^Co., 47.80; Frank Eichhorn, M. . 10.00; Lee's Custom Guns, 44.50; Garden City Laundry, 56.30; g ibson Products Co., 13.50; Jimmy renz, 7.00; Darrdl Mangan, 7.00; Daryl Huckins, 7.00; Larry Cox, 14.00; Long's of Liberal, fcc., 40.00; Wren Studio & Camera Shop, 1.80; Gawien Otty Telegram, 64.35; John J. Wilkin. 283.33: " Clerk of the District Court, 851,60; Continental Inn Restaurant. 46.71; Flamingo Inn Restaurant, 50.29; Jim Mills, 30.00; Ray H. Callhan, Jr., 189.76; John D. Osbom, 30.00; Duane E. West, 30.00; Lillian C Valenzuela, GSR, 150.00; Juvenile- Court, V 2.4d; Ward Loyd. 16.00; Van Smith, 30.00; Daniel J. High, 80.00; Robert D. Stulz, Asaocialea, 71.00: Harrison. Smith, 300.00; Garden City Ambulance Serv., 500.00; Frank Edchhorn, M,D,, 7.00: TOTAL, 16,630.04, ' ' LEGALS LEGALS upon said petition. JEANNE B. CORLEY. Petitioner CORLEY. BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Street Garden City. Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Petitioner (Published in the Garden City Telegram May 15, 22 and 29,' 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH STANLEY, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT NO. 4863 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Cecil Day, executor of the will of Elizabeth Stanley, deceased, praying for a 'final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, >roceedings and accounts as execu- or, allowances for his services, attorneys' fees and expenses; and also praying that the court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and tho proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Elizabeth Stanley, deceased; and you are lereby required to file your writ. .en defenses thereto on or before the 8th day of June, 1971 at 10:00 a.m., on said day, in said court, sn the City of Garden City, at which ime and place said cause will be hea.rd. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered'In due course upon eaid petition. Cecil Day Petitioner FLEMING, HAAG, SAFFELS & HOPE Seventh and Laurel Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner (Published in the Garden City Telegram, Saturday, May 29, 197L) WELFARE SUPPLEMENTAL ADC Payroll. 1,117.00; ADC-UP Payroll, 369.00; TOTAL. 1,486.00. WELFARE OAA Payroll. 5,158.00; Aid to Blind Payroll, 78.00; Aid to Disabled Payroll, 4,674.00; ADC & ADC-UP, Aid to Dependent Children Payroll, 33,804.00; GA — Cash Paynofll, 2,973.00; Gross Adm. Pay. roll, 6,300.00; Social Security Cont, 327.60; State Retirement, 350.70; Norman Thompson, 90.00; Mrs. Andy Barlett, 165.00; Mrs. Daniel Older, 165.00; Mrs. Charles J. Brown, 165.00; The Salvation Army Booth Mem. Hosp.. 237.00; Garden City Ambulance. 376.55; Mrs. Kenneth McDonald, 200.00; Mrs. Vincent Wallace. 165.00: V. M. Cox,' Supt. Ponca Mil. Acad... 222.25; Mrs. Verna Dreiling, 3SV.OO; J. D. Ens, 319.00; Mr. Jim Dunn, 100.00; Mrs. Arthur Navarro, 690.00;. Mrs. Wilbur Pickering, 130.00: Mrs. Russell Grimes, 427.00; Mrs. Mary Hurtt, 160.00; Mrs. Betty Ochs, 295.00; Mrs. Artie Hayse, 130.00; Mrs. Victor Becker, 136.00; Mrs. J. Albert Gass. 130.00: Mrs. David Crase, 357.00; Mrs. Wayne Taylor, 165.00: Rev. Jim Herman, 165.00; Mrs. Augustine Garria, Jr.. 165.00; Mrs. Marvin Le,eper. 135.00; Arnita Sammons, Agt. Bus Depot, 157.10; Windsor Hotel, 17.50; Alton Schmidt, 65.47; Patricia Ferris, 65.00; Spencer's. Food Store, 135.00; Stone Hotel, 60.00; Keamy County Ambulance Serv..- 22.10; Nellie Handy, 55.00; W. 'L. Harp, Post- masteir,. 95.00; Phillips Petroleum Co.. 60.13^Metropolitan Amb. Serv., 41.46; Th* Univ. of Chicago, 5.00: Southwestern Bell Tele. Co., 134.40; Co4st :to -Coftst Stores, a.SO; Northwesteirn Typewriter ' Co..' 17.19; Frank .Eichhorn, M.D., 15.00; John O.: Austin. M.D., 16.00; Keteey Garnand,, 9.00;. Consolidated- Sallna, 77.25; Garden City Tele- grain, 8.25; Gretchen A. Tiber- ghiem. 63.00; Jamels C. Hightower, 33.00; Melvta F. vFager, 24.00; Mrs; James Brown, 179.00; TOTAL, 60,606.24. (Published, in The Garden. City Telegram May 29. 1971; June 5. 1971 and June 12. 1971). \ NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO SATISFY LIEN TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are : hereby notified ' that 'the undersigned, a Hen under the statutes of the State of Kansas . upon the following described motor vehicles to-wit: '. (1) 1961 Ford bearing Serial No. IG64WO6922 (2) 1962 OldsmobUe bearing Serial No.. 628MO1536 (3) 1959 Mercury bearing Serial No. M9ZB501695 in the County of Finney, State of Kansas, which said lien ls;for:la- bor, materials and storage. You are further notified that Burtte Motor Company wii'. on the 14th day. of June, 1971, at 10:00 a.m. of sadd day, proceed to sell the above described property to satisfy .said lien and the charges for keeping and taking care of the same, necessarily incurred, and the costs of sale. The said sale to be at public auction for cash at Burtis Motor Company, Inc., 12th and Kansas. Garden City, Kansais. W1TNESSETH -.this 24th day of May. 1971'. ' ' . BURTIS' MOTOR COMPANY.,, INC. ... . CORLEY, BRAUN .& SMITH 114 West Pine"' '•"' Garden, .City,-Kansas. i Attorneys for Burtis Motor Co., Inc. (Published in the Garden City Telegram on May 1, May 8. May 15, Way 22 and May 29, 1971.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OIF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS TED E. CRIST and BARBARA CRIST, . . . PLAINTIFFS vs . FRED F. ALBEHS, ALICE A ALBERS and POtPEJOY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., ;. . DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE • No. 13,255 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEiRN: Notice is hereby given that under and ,by virtue of an order of sale issued and directed out of the above entitled court pursuant to judgment and decree therein under date of April 6, 1971. wherein Ted E. Crist and Barbara Crist were plaintiffs and Fred F. Albers, Alice A. Alters and Popejoy . Construction Company, Inc. were defendants, the same being -case number 13,255, I will, on the 3rd day of June, 1971, at 10:00 a.m. of said day, offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, at the front door of the courthouse in the City of Garden 3ity, Finney County. Kansas, the following described real estate situated in the County of Finney, State of Kansas, to-wit: Blocks Twenty-six (26), Twenty- seven (27), Twenty-eight (28) and Twenty-nine (29) in the vacated Heights Addition located in the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Six (6), Township Twenty- four (24) South, Range Thirty-two (32) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, containing 11.5 acres, More or less, said property being taken as tne property of the defendants, Fred F. Albers and Alice, A. Albers, and will be sold to satisfy the judgment of the plaintiffs, Ted E. Crist and Barbara Crist, against the defendants, Fred F. Albers and Alice A. Albers, for the sum of $16,330.67 with interest thereon from April 6, 1971 at the rate of 7% per annum, for the sum of $114.89 with interest thereon from December 30, 1970 at the rate of 10% per annum, for the sum of $138.66 with interest thereon from January 12. 1971 at the rate of 10% per annum, with interest accruing oh each of said «ums at the rates and from and after the dates aforesaid, until such judgment is paid, for the cost of suit and sale and- accruing costs of suit, and to the payment of taxes, if any be .then unpaid; and that said real estate shall be sold subject to a six month'period of redemption as by law in such case made and provid- GROVER CRAIG, Sheriff of Finney County, Kansas • CORLEY. BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Street Garden City, Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Plaintiffs (Published in the Garden Oltv Tele- fram May 29, 1971, June 5. 1S71 and June 12, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF . FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of FRANK. A. KELLS, deceased ' NOTICE OF HEARING .-• ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT No. 4826 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: 1 You are hereby notified that a petition haa been filed in said Court by Delores Y. Kells executrix of the will of Frank A. Kells, deceased, praying for a final settlement of 'said estate, approval of her acts, proceedings 'and accounts as executrix, allowance for attorneys' fees, and expanses; and also praying that the Court determine the heirs, devisees, and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of -Frank A. Kells, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto o« or before the 25th day of June, 1971 at 10:00 a.m., on said day, In said Court, in the City of Garden City, Kansas, at which time and pMace 'said cause will be heard. 'Should you-, faiil therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. DELORES Y. KELLS. Petitioner CORLEY, BRAUN & SMITH 114 West -'Pine Garden City. Kansas Attorneys far Petitioner (Published in the Garden City Telegram on May 22, May 29 and June 'IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In -the Matter of the Estate of NELLE M. BEACH, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING No. 4942 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO AI A, PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Jeanne B. Corley, daughter, heir at .law, legatee and devisee of Nelle M.' Beach, deceased, and as the executrix named in the will of said decedent, praying for the fid- mission to probate ol, the will of Neile M, Beach dated December 3, 1968 and the first codicil thereto dated May 4. 1971, wthlch will and codicil are filed with said petition, and for ,the appointment of Jeanne B. Oorley as •'executrix of said will. without bond; and you are hweby required to file your written de- fenaea thereto on or before the 14th day of June, 1971. at lO-.OO a.m. of said day, in said court, in the-City of Garden City, in FlAney County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and de. ore* will ha enWd, inTftua PI \\l IS te^JoecooO I THE DORM ON A SATURPAV -\AFTERNOOM AR0WP THE P0KM ON A SATURPAV AFTERNOOM? SNUFFY !»MITH -, NO \ ^ CJHGB^ }—\ TA.KE fl LEETLE SIP, CflLEB/AN'TeLL ~ HOW VE LIKETH 1 LflST BATCH I WATERED DOWN THATS F6R THE RYATTS I PONT KNOW WHAT WE'LL DO WHEN IT'S TIME FOR RftM TO GO TO COLLEGE / \(l KNOW HOW TO MAKE OUR MONEY GO 1 FARTHER, PAD/ OUR EXPENSES ARE BECOMING UNBELIEVABLE/ MICKEY MOUSE (PUBLISHED IN THE Garden City gram May 22, May 29 and June 5, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS ETCEKERIOK M. RINTOUL, and wife, VIVIAN I. RINTOUL . . . Plaintiffs, vs. B. P. HENRY. MARiANDA M. REES, ELJZAiBETH WOLF, GEORGE DENNISON, J L DUNN, LEWIS L. NELSON, M. G. HOLCOMB, ALIE.THA M. FRANCIS. J. A. FRANCIS, R. C. HUDDLESTON. and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, ddvi- sees,. trustees, creditors, and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; • the unknown sipouses of the defendants; the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of such 'defendants as are or were partners or in partnership; the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of such of the defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of H. B. MCDONALD, HAROLJ> B. McDONlALD, AND VELLA Mc- DONALD, all deceased. ... Defendant*. NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. 13,423 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED AND DESIGNATED AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCEiRNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in the District Court of Finney County, Kansas by Frederick M. Rintoul, and wife, Vivian I. Rintoul, praying for judgment and decree quieting the title of the said Frederick M Rintoul and wife Vivian I. Rintoul to certain real estate described in such petition and located in Finney County, Kansas, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before July 5, 19T1 in said court at Garden OHy. Kansas. Should you fall therein judgment and degree will be entered in due course upon saiid petition. FREDERICK M. RINTOUL and wife VIVIAN I. RINTOUL Plaintiffs OALIHAN, GREEN, OALIHAN & HIGH 118 West Pine P. O. Box 1016 Garden City. Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Plaintiffs (Published in the Garden City Telegram on May 22, May 29 and June 5, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of MYRTLE D. CROZIEK. Deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF CO-EXECUTORS No. 4941 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO; The creditors, heirs, devisees and legatees of Myrtle D. Croaier, deceased, and all other persons concerned: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned were duly appointed and 'qualified as co-executors of the wiU of Myrtle D. Crpzier, deceased, and that letters testamentary were duly issued to them as such co-,executors on May 21, 1971 by the Probate Court of Finney County, Kansas. All persons interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Notice is further given that all persons having demands against said estate must exhibit them in the above entitled court within nine (9) months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and that if such demands are not thus exhibited within such time and in the manner aforesaid, they will be forever barred. CAREY F. BRETZ ' ALDA L. WILKEN Co-Executors of the WiU of Myrtle D. Crozier, Deceas- CORLEY. BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Street Garden City, Kansas 67846 Attorneys lor Co-executors PON'T PUT THE TOMATOES IN TRE BOTTOM OF AIMTUH PUKA5B.) V STEVE CANYON THEN I'LL BKEAK AU. ...AS IF OUR REP BARON BACK THERE HAP UEFT HIS MIKE OPEN BY ACCIDENT THE SWEDISH COASTAL. DEFENSE PEOPLE WJU.COME UP TO DISCIPLINE SUCH A CAJ2ELESS- PI*OT... epSAT PLOT- 1 PROBABLY NtfT UV6 TO SEE CrOPCN ON SUMM£R,THIS THETOCK...I SWITCH TO THE INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY CHANNEL... MOOSE \T'S BEAUTIFUL! My LAWN WILL BE THE ENV/ OF THE NEIGHBORHOOp THIS YEAR.' POGO 5J?£ PUM.MWMI>MU<VMM BLONDIE I OUST WAVE ONE- YOU CAN SHARE 1 .ONE NAPKIN > FOR TWO J CUSTOMERS? A NAPKIN, <..... PLEASE ' MB BEETLE BAILEY I'M «TIU- WORKING ON MEAT0ALU TMAT COOKIE SAVE ME FOP LUNCM

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