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4 days per word I.I.;.L.I.«M«C •iu*r.»iuu« *•• Mhit charge oiiy od >:>CI«I«I>PI*I>I«I>J«I* We 1 day, per WOrd . . .-. ; .:.:.:..-«:»:.;.t.:.i.w •* Skip day ads rake one day rate. Effective November 1, 1970. Phone orders accepted if you ore listed in the phone book. Use 10 per cent for cos* in advowee DIAL 276-3232 CLASSIFIED FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram Is responsible for only OM incorrect insertion. Want Ad Clwlficatlmc F«r Ivtry NM* NOTICES 10. Special Noticti 11. Loit, Found, Stray* J 12. Instruction 13. Card of Thank* EMPLOYMENT 20. Mat* or PamaU Halp 23. Situationi Wantid SERVICES 28. Specialized Servicel AUCTIONS 29. Public Auction* MERCHANDISE 30. Misetllanaou* 31. Miicellsneoui For Sal* 32. Good Thing* To Eat 33. Want T« Buy 34. Houiehold Naadi }5. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparel 37. Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Tools and Equipment AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Want* and Senr. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds. Feed* INVESTMENTS 53. Businest Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Autos and Trucks 61. Motorcycles, Bicycles 62. Campers, Trailer* RENTALS 70. For Rent 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ESTATE 88. Real Estate 89. Farms, Lands, Ranches 90. Mobile Hornet 30—Miscellanea** CAMPER LIGHT 7345. plant, $66. 276- —F2 FOR S'ALE: Older Underwood typewriter in good condition. $15. 2766517. —F4 FOUR PARTY garage sale. 1004 Evans. Thursday and Friday, 86 —'F3 MAKE EXTRA MONEY! Sell Fireworks Need no money to start— Fireworks on consignment. WHOLESALE FIREWORKS 276-8033 47—Livestock, Pers, Poultry FOR SAL.E: Toy poodle puppies. white. 276-6900. 't'HJO. —F3 FREE KITTENS, very gentle. 2756593. —F4 FOR SIAUE: 30 feeder pigs, 40 to GO pounds. Call 27S-6088. —F4 FOR SALE: AMC white Toy Poodle puppies. 276-8893. —F5 FOR SALE: Weanling pigs. 8975. 276- -F3 48—Seeds, Feeds TWO PARITY garage sale, 2014 Downing, Thursday, Friday, Sat- : urday. New, used and abused iteims. Toys, luggage, ciothtag — i aill sizes, aduto, teens, cMdrena I and nrisciellainieotts. —F3 Y1AED SAUE: Through Friday at 2206 "A" Street. Wiglet baby chair, clothes, swing, nuaceUane- ous. 10 tffll ?. —F3 FOUR PARTY ibasement sale. 231S "B" Street. Thursday, 4-8. Friday 5HJ. New bras, typewriter — $40, antique record player — $35, end tobies, 26" tooys bifce — $7.50, girls size 7 roller skates — $10, toys, electric hadr curler, new — $6, hair dryer — $5, clothes from infant to large, mlso. —'F2 10—Special Notices Starting June 3 Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive by 5:30 p.m. Weekdays Piease Call Your Carrier Or, Call 276-3232 between 5:30-6 p.m. weekdays For Your Paper Saturdays, eail your carrier 20—Mole or Female Help EXPERUENQEiD WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in person. Bus Cafe. —E28tf A Beautiful You And Accessories Too! BIONDI'S Beauty Salon and Boutique Appointments Available 276-6626 GARAGE SiAUE Thursday. Friday. Lamps, drapes, bedspreads, dishes, balby clothes, clothing of aU kinds. 511 N. 5th. —F3 GARAGE SALE Wednesday and Thursday, 9-7, 1206 Parkwood. Curtains, furniture, fabric, yarc tools, luggage, games, footbal" cleats, model cars, dolla. clothes everything from A to Z. —F, r WANTED: CHOPPED ALFALFA HAY $25 A TON No moisture dock to 15 % Anything below 10% moisture will B« increased to 10% in weight. Warren Spikes 276-6503 or 276-6593 60—Autos and Traete It—Real Istate ONLY AT KELLER-LEOPOLD 4 BR, full bsmt, n«w paint, shrubs, lawn, FHA. 3 BR, att. garage, rvew paint, yard pump, assume $1200 7% loan, $2000 down, $123 per month. Just starting 3 BR brick, lull bsmt, 2 car att. garage, NE. '3 BR brick, full bsmt, art. 2 ear. garage. On one acre. Outside city. Keller - Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275-5384 and 276-2544 FOR SALE: House at 603 N. 8th, to be moved. 276-7223 or 276-3456. —F5 Page 16 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, June 2, 1971 •0—Mobile Homes USED 1970 12 x 50. 2 BEDROOM mobile home. Call 275-5486 after 5:00. —P2 12 x 50 TAN DYKE. Excellent condition, $3,200. 275-5991. —F5 HOMES FOR AMERICANS 1962 OHEVROIjET, STANDARD transmission, and 2 door. Call 375-5175. —E24tf 1968 FORD- FOR »ale. Call Z76-7889 during; day or 276-8552 after six. —D30M 1959 CHEVY TN good running order. Would like to trade for rear aonaJMy good pickup. 275-4346 after 6:00. ' —F4 FOR SAUTE: Truck to haul chopped hay. 8e« at Co-op Hay Plant. —-F2 FOiR SAIuE: 1965 Dodge Dart HT. 4 speed -with V-8 engine. 276-6330. —Ft HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trad a Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laurol 276-7741 Nite ft Sundey 276-3675 O O O O i THREE BEDROOM home out . of city limits, has rent property to make • - - ." v reduced Ag Costs Jump Again WASHINGTON (AP) — The over-all cost of farming continued to rise last. month to another record high, largely due to a 2.5 per cent jump in the prices of motor vehicles, says the Agriculture Department. The entire index of prices farmers have to pay to stay in business rose one per-cent, to 120 per cent of what it was in 1967. Lower prices for feeder livestock and some other supplies were more than offset by higher costs of motor vehicles and other items required. Officials said the May index for motor vehicles, including farm trucks, tractors and fami- ISP .ents. Price has been 276-2462. —F5 CHROME RIMS. Will fit Mustang or Maverick having 4 bolt hub. 276-2753. —F2 1961 F-85 OLDS. Good condition. Call 276-8696 . after 1 p.m. —F3 WANT TO sell 1967 Ford Fairlane GT. Low mileage, new tires, new brakes, good condition. 2768397. —F5 FOR SALE: Redwornw and African crawlers. Emerson. 275-5314. 624 W. —DOtf PART TIME mailroom help. Prefer high school graduate who plans to attend Garden Oity Junior College. Write resume to Box X- 954, c-o Telegram. —F2Ttf FULL OR part-time help -wonted. Apply In person at Big Dipper Drive 'm : 1009 N. Main. —'F4 23—Situations Wanted BOLENS 10 H.P GARDEN tractor with mower. Merrill Implement, West Highway 50. —F2 WANTED: AGRI-RELATED position in Southwest Kansas. Have ^-State Agricultural degree. Fam- ly man, doesn't drink or smoke. Vill give references. Send offer to T-950, c-o Garden City Telegram. —F3 "HELP" FOR Drug Users. 2T75-4223. 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meeting every Thursday 8 D-"?-,. «*£• dendale Recreation Center. Call 2TO- 7011 or writ* P.O. Box 713. Air NON family group, every Monday 8 p.m. GardecdaU Recreation Center. I AM no longer iresponsibl* for ejny <3>etots of Eastsidie Frame an< Axle.- Carl M. Plummer. —IF2 11— Lost, Found, Strayed IRONING WANTED, also light sewing; hems and memdtatgi. 275-6644. —F3 The new stronger, safer, face-sever windshield will protect the whole family on your summer vacation. BAIER AUTO GLASS 8th and Fulton 276-9342 FOR SALE: 1964 ton wagon, 6 shift $500. 276-3369. Chevrolet sta- cyl. Standard v WE NEED LISTINGS L • • TRANSFERRED, getting divorced, lost your job, Mrious about selling Call us, we mean busiims. We •ren't in Real Ettat* for • hobby. FOR SALE: 12 h.p. go-cart. Ex. callent condition. Call 276-9128. —F2 AUTO BODY .. WORK NEW BOIJENS 14 H.P garden tractor -with 48" mower. Merrill Implement, West Highway 50. —F2 28—Specldixed Service* SUNFLOWER MACHINE Shop, 2767858. Duplication or repair of worn metal parts, cold roll shaft, special U Bolts, maintenance welding. —F15 4x4 CROSS ARMS. Could be used for yard fence posts, $1.26 each. 276-7345. —F2 31— Miscellaneous For Sate You will like th« way w* tr«at your'ecr. Bring it in for •'bumper to bumper-checkup. A & W BODY SHOP ill!} Grant 276-3630 Evenings 276.6723 SMALL DOWN ^^ 211 Evans 276-8955 1SB7 Travel-all, 23,000 miles. Call 276-i28*8. — 'F2 LOST: DARK brown boys glasses in Finnup pante. 275-5846. —F2 ,12—Instruction I STILL, have piano student openings. Mrs. Charles Walter. Phon» 276-7126. —F29 20—Mole or Female Help NEED IMMEDIATELY: 3 trucks, covered for hauling chopped alfalfa. Have a new Field Que«n Bay Chopper. Have work all summer, clear through ensilage cutting. Drinkers need not apply. Steady employment, plenty of •work. Contact Don Cox, 376-4463, Tribune. —E26tf WANTED: ALL types of help. Crystal's Cafe. 276-7313. —E15tf BOOKKEEPER WITH necessary experience to make month «nd entries. Stend resume to Box U-951 c-o Telegram. —F6 BREAK INTO RADIO-TV KEEP YOUR JOB- TRAIN AT HOME W« already have over 700 graduates and students on the air.. APPROVED FOR VA AND THOSE ON ACTIVE DUTY For a free brochure send your name address, telephone number and age to Box No. V-952. No representative will call without your approval. Columbia School of Broadcasting Not affilliated wth CBS, Inc. Home School/San Francisco WHAT HAPPENS j AT YOUR HOUSE WHEN IT RAINS? Do you enjoy tho rain or eurso it? If a leaky roof is tho causo for your dismay, then call us. We'll put your roof in tiptop shape again. Then when it rains, you can enjoy it like everyone else does. Call Dale Berry at 275-5391 ). L'. DOUGLASS Roofing & Insulating Co. 501 N. IOth "Over 35 Years In Business" COMBINATION AIR conditioning and heating window unit, % ton, 220 volt, with natural gas heat. $100. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —E29tf 32—Good Things To Cot FIVE POINTS Bakery. Cake Headquarters. Wedding, birthday, all occasions — all sizes. Open Sunday — closed Monday. 276-2851. —F23 J. C. HEALTH FOODS Liberal, Kansas open in new. location, June 1st at 27 W. 3rd (corner of '3rd and Lin. coin). Featuring natural vitamins and minerals, super CLP enzymes, flours, herbs, teat, honeys grains, Aloe- Vera Cosmetics, breads without preservatives and Acme juicerators. Mail orders welcome. Phone 624-3722 WOT CHEVY CONVERTIBLE. Original interior. Call Z76-3675 af- $600 —3 Bedroom, all carpet, big kitchen. Chain link fence and good storm windows. Ready June 7th, FHA loan $14,400.00 — 7% — 360 Monthly — $129.00 mtenths. $550.00 down.—2 bedroom attached garage, newly painted. FHA loan $11,400.00 — 1% — 360 months. Monthly—$104.50 ter 5:00. — F2tf FOR SAiLE: 1954 Sun •Valley Mercury Monterey. V-8. overdrive, 2 door hardtop. $160. Call after 6 P.M. 27S-44fe. —F4 FOR SAILE: on» art of 327 380 h.p. heads,310 degree .laky cam with anti-pwrap-up Uftet*, 327 piston with rolda, Chevy crank, Mawley 760 cftn wffii Edelbrock high riser. 276-5038 or 276-6609. —F4 FOR SALE: 1968 Ohevy Truck. . New 16' grain box and hoist. A-l steupe throughout, priced $3760. See at 211 Evans. —1^9 1965 GRiAINlD PRIX with air. vinyl top, $750. 275-5644. -<F8 FOR SAIJB: I960 Mamiry Meteor 8 33, automatic, bucket seata, console, clean, good condition. Call 776-7300 or ses at 1112 N. 7th. —JFS 3AOJE: Dune bu flat head nma 1964 V-8 i-srroi. CALL DEWMEIR" B. Towns tor all your fence needs, carpentry and concrete wock.> 275-5306. —F9 30—Miscellaneous FISH BAIT: worms, Chicken liven and other baits; also have fishing supplies. Schultz 66. LaMn, Kansas. —E7tf 33—Want To Buy WANT TO buy: Bar bell set and classical or folk guitar. 276-3177. 34—Household Needs FOR SALE: Combination refrigerator-freezer, good condition. Call —iF4 Ask us about a. two bedroom at $80.00 per month. 1507 E. Fulton Abn 276-9271 ly automobiles, was up 2.5 per cent from April. In all, they averaged mine per cent more than a year earlier. There was no breakdown for tractors, but price comparison and some other vehicles gives an idea of how rising costs for these have hit farmers. In May, the average cost of a one- hall ton pickup truck was $5,120. that compared with $3,080 last November and $2,790 in May 1970, .according to the monthly price report issued last week. Most Wheat Is Headed TOPEKA, Ken. (AP) .— The Kansas wheat crop was 92 per cent headed by last Saturday, a near normal situation, the Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Tuesday. The 10-yeair average for the date is 93 per cent. Additional moisture over most of the state was a help. About eight per cent of the crop had turned color, compared with 12 per cent a year ago. Hail caused some damage in central and -west-central counties last week. Wet fields slowed planting of row crops in many areas. In I THREE BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS: This family type bom nqrircs • lot 100 z 100. It is 58 x 48 overall awl fcstpe* for wftterfnwt property. AH 18 x 19 patio overlooks the water. Tbt •fefle car garage It off the kitchen. U-shaped kitchen affords easy access to the garage, dining room and rear. Behind the garage h a •tiliiy room. Plan HA670R was designed by architect Jan Reiner, 1,000 52nd Street North, St. Petersburg, Fli., 33710. 100 Years Ago After Hours Call Howard 276-1171 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-207* Clyd* 276-3644 "MEMBER MULTI.LIST" FOR SATJE: 1989 Butak Rivera, gold,'' excellent condition. Must 1. Flhona 276-37S1. —F5 62—Campers, Trailers KAMPKRAFT CAMPER for rent by week. 276-8120 or 276-7641. —F26 W1ANTED: HELP tor Bummer •work. Rural. Living quarters furnished. Top wages for good worker. 316-598-240)2, Moscow. —F3 NEEDED IMiMEZWlATEliY: Mature, experienced person for typing and general office work. Work full time. 40 hours, 5 days. Send resume to Box Y-4KJ5 c-o Telegram. —F2tf HIGH PRESSURE washer, special $204.60. Merrill Implement, West Hiway 50. —F7 BAH MSAID needed at The Desert. New management. 2TO-9038 or 276- 8S21 after 6:00. —F5 I The new MARK II NECCHI You've seen it on TV! Buy it at KIRBY VACUUM CO. & SEWING CENTER I Blk. N. 5 Points on S3 Tommy Graves 276-6476 275-4412. —F2 DISCOUNT PRICES: .Human haiir permanently curled wigs and dome falls; synthetics — gypsy style and shags. Nelva's Beauty Salon, 109 E. Fulton, 1 276-6980. —F3 BUSINESS DURING JUNE Look at these discounts! KOYLON RUBBER FOAM MATTRESS SETS King Size discounted from $379,95 to $259.95 Queen Size discounted from $269.95 to $199.95 Reg. & Twin discounted from $189.95 to $149.95 Order Now V, O. WARD FURNITURE WAV STOCK ft HORSE TRAILERS Also goose neck trailers. All primed and have 2 coats of baked on enamel. Fine selection on hand. Scott City Trailer Sales H. J. Schwanke, 872-3138 L. E. Tedford. 872-2232 READY, SET, MOVE 3-bedroom home outside of city limits. Central air, own well, fenced in yard. Attached garage end Ij baths. Priced reasonable or owner will consider trade. 2-bodropm home. Located close, ii in TEN FOOT pickup camper for sale. $625. Call 275-2188. —F2 GOOD TWO hora« Stidham trailer. Call 276.2750. —P4 70—For Rent FLEMING STREET duplex; air conditioned, carpeted, 2 bedroom, 2 baths, family room with fireplace. $160, 276-6618. —E20tf OFFICE SPACE for rent Inquire at Coast to Coast Store. —E7tf BACHELOR APARTMENT — COS* venient. downtown, furnished or unfuraiihed. nUliUea paid, maid swrrio*. Warren Hotel. 97C-8321. —<JrSU OFFICES SPACE for rent at Kansas'& Fleming. 275-5730 or 276- FOR SALE: One good used divan. 2T5-4346 after 6. —F4 ELECTROLUX SWEEPERS DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NKDS * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUARANTEED tor life at no extra co»t Quint Auto* motive. 276-6832. if CARPETS KITCHEN - .COMMERCIAL - SHAG all etyles; of carpet. Villereal Carpet Service. "Over 20 years experience." Call Izzy or Cesar, 2763929. it HEARING AIDS HEARING A1PS and •upplles. 8er- rioe for all brands. Belton« Hear- In* AM Serrlet, 11* W«*tUur«L * PAPER HANGING FAINTING AND * i, r«b)tiM i it SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS SECURITY Polic*. Phono 376-8338. Vacation boUM watch; fuarol serTlce: buslneM nl«bl patrol * TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR Information and reservations, call Arnita Sammoni, your travel agent, at 276-3731. * TRAVEL SERVICE GUIDED TOURS, Alaska, June 19- July 22, Central Eastern States Tour, August 1-18, Sunflower Excursions. 276-2916. it WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softener*,' option to buy. Competitive price*. HUTU NltratTW ZfcTMi. . Polisher cleaners. service. > Scrubbers, commercial Authorized sales and W. L. Maddox 90S Hamline to town, full basement, detached garage, good house for the money. '3-bedroom horn*. Close to town, 2 baths, remodeled inside. Low downpayment would "buy this. CAMPBELL Abstract Cr Insurance Co., Inc* Homer Campbell Gal* Squier •hon* 276-3:332 276-8449 or "Member Multi-List 1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Are you ready this time? Opportunity is knocking! Eating place at busy location. A money maker] —E7tf 7975. FAIRTXMJLY FURNISHED upstairs 2 bedroom Apartment. 2 children. 276-9419. —F4 UNFURNISHED THREE bedroom duplex, patio, garage. Available 276-6754. June 14. — iFltf BASEMENT SLEEPING room for working man. CaU 275-5228 alter 5 p.m. —Fltt FOR SAILE: One goold used 4600 OFIM air conditioneir. Used 3 months. 275-5323 or OT6-9462. —F3 45—Fomwn Wonts ft Sm. FREE ANIMAL removal'. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 276-6711. —C28tf FURNISHED APARTMENT - DUPLEX, 1 ,«xtra large bedroom, 2 beds. $80 * month. 276-3473. —F2 THREE BEDROOM unfurnished and 1 bedroom furnished apartments. Call 276-7348. —F4 Main Street'camera and gift shop. Lots of potential. dry southern counties moisture improved conditions. About 90 per cent of th« corn crop was planted, compared to the average ol \83 per cent. Thirty-six per cent of the sorghum crop is planted and 35 per cent of the soybeans. Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING 100 ait baits — Oliva, Minn-, .367; Moircer, N.Y., .353. RUNS — Yastorzemsifci, Bost., 38; Bufordi, Bait., 37. RUNS BATTED IN - Kil- etorew, Minn., 46; Pettrocelli, •Bos*., 38. HITS — To'var, Minn., 62; Oi- iva, Mnn., 61. DOUBLES — B.Conigliaro, Bosit.,, 16; NorUhrup, ; Det., 12; T.Comgldiairo, Calif., 12; : Rojas, K-C., . 12; Bando, Oak., 12; Rudi,'Oak., 12. TRIPLES — Unser, Wash., 4; Sdhaial, K.C., 4. ' ;' v' HOME RUNS — ;Oaish, Del., 11; W.Hoirton, v Det, 11; R.Jadkson, Oak., "ll; Oliva, Minn., 11. STOLEN BASES — Camp- ameitis, Oak., 15; Otis, K.C., 13- • PITCHING 5 Decisions — Siebert, Bos*., 9-0, 1.000, 1.77; CueMair, Bait., 7-1, .875, 3.28. STRIKEOUTS — Blue, Oak., 108; Lolich, Det., 87. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING 100 >alt By THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY The following is taken from a long story concerihiing the Silkville Community which was es- taibtisfoed •southwest of Williamsburg in Franklin counlty and for several years successfully produced silk 'and later dairy products. The story appeared in Che Ottawa Journal, June 1, 1871: i "It is not known perhaps to many of our readers that the young state of Kansas has inaugurated itbe culture of silk on A large scale. The introduction of ia French communistic society to 'the prairies of Kansas, with aill the social details of a paralelogram of joint stock property and association of families is certainly « novelty that caps the climax of the age. "About three yearns ago, Mons. E. V. die Boissiere, a French philanthropist of vast fortune came to America from Bordeaux. . . . Alter traversing all. the states, of the North, East and South, he came to the West and found the garden spot of his 'imagination in the southern pant of Fronkln county. ... In 1869 (he purchased 3,200 'acres..from Mr. Sohofield and >at once erected a large three- story residence for Ms operatives al of whom ait present occupy this building with their families. A very handsome structune of red limestone, 25 x 80 feet, has just been completed for <a silk lactory end some of the looms are already up. "Mr. Boissiere is now on hi* way from Bordeaux wMh looms and machinery of every de- Quick Action UTNiFXTKNUSHlEO, THREE bedroom house; 208 B,' Fair. 276-6754. —F2tf 'Hebrlee afTfi^O? 1 Hauling; Lee l-Bl3tt PO cu«torn hay baling. Wire tie baler. 278-8366. A. D. Fulton. 408 S. 9th. —E17tf 30 G-AO/>N BUTANE tank with regulator for tractor, 966. 276- T346. . —F2 WANT TO rent a baled hay load; er. 2TO-S875. Mflchlnwy HOEIME OHIBEl, on hydraulic. 2767345. —F2 47—Uvtsteek, PtH, Poultry DOGS GROOMED 0ronMlonany — poodles, KhnauzdM, terrleni, other*. By mppolntment 378-8737. WE'LL TRADE '-.' • - f " '•• Owner of tuburbtn on 2 •crti-wlll trad* {or good • horn* in town. Hay* others too! For detcili, call' 3l7N.7t!!St. BR 6'8442 * Ev«. BR 6'3II7 Mobil OH'Station for sale—now l*as*d to Mobil Oil -Company. Fulton Street location. ' DON TALLEV Realtor 1021 Fleming : . 275-5730 . 276-7975 275-5351 (Michel) (Hamann) 276-8175 (Vaughn) Member Multi-list 46; Stuart 5-5544 Helton 6-7311 FOR SALE: Bred Hamp BOWS. 276; Melncrt 6-7949 — Larson 6-26|l MEMIER MULTI-LIST [ ' PRICE REDUCED The new low ; pric* on the 2 story semi-colonial house on Briar Hill makes -this an attractive buy. It sure will cost mor* to build one like it. 3 bedrooms, I i baths, living room with wood burning fireplace, formal dining room and a kitchen that has everything^ Central heat and air. It also has a bas*m*nt. Ready to occupy. SCOTT REALTORS Brock, St.L., .374; WDa^ia, L.A., .370. RUNS — Brock, St.L., Bonds', S.F., 45. RUNS BATTED IN — star- gen, PM.j 43; Torre, St.L., 41. HITS — ;,Garr, Affl., 78; Brook, St.L., 76. DOUBLES — Brock, St.L., 14;. MiAtou, St.L., 14. TRIPLES — Clemiente, Pitt., 5; Hamreilson, N.Y., 4; Keasi- rager, Chic., 4; Alley, Pitt., 4; W.Davis, L.A-, 4.' HOME RUNS V- Stairgdl, Pitt., 17; H-Aaroh, M.,' 16. , STOLEN BASES - Brock, St.L,, 19; Hairelson, N.Y., 12. PITCHING 5 Decisions — Dierker, Houst., 9-1, .900, 1.86; Ryan, N.Y., 6-1, -857, 1.08; J.Jotason, Si:, 6-1, .857, 0.70. STRIKEOUTS - Jenkins, Ohic., 93; Seaver, N.Y.,-91. 112 N. Main '276-82I2 Charles Hafler 276-7504 •*mb*r multi-Hit Imports of musicial instru- memits and accessod'ies totaled $48.5 million in 1959, an in r crease of 9.9 per cent over the previous year, while U.'S.' exports of musical instruments, pants and accessories reached $25.9 million* up 12.2 per cent from 1968. GREAT BEND, Kan. (AP) — Quick • action. by neighbor* helped two women escape a fire >at a trailer court Tuesday, but not before both bad been seriously burned. Mrs. Oris L. Butcher and her daughter, Mrs. Owen Tuzicka, were cleaning tape off the kitcbeo floor of the Butcher trailer with gasoline'when the fuel ignited, a fire department official said. When the litre broke out, a neighbor, Jaimes Coker, rusheld into the trailer and dragged Mrs. Tuzicka away from the flames. She bad been knocked over by the accompanying explosion .and her blouse and hair were on fire. Mrs. Butcher. escaped unassisted. Another neighbor, Noraian E. Pritehard, *urned a garden hose on the trailer fire. The fire burned; piairt of the trailer flooring and caused considerable smoke damage. Emppria Blast Fatal To One; Injures Three EMPORIA, Kan. \(AP) Four persons were injured, one faitaUy, in an explosion Tuesday at the Soya Products Co. extractor plant. Griffith G, Humphreys Jr., suffered bums over most of his body and died early today. Reported in satisfactory condition are Keith Cunningham, R, B.' Hendaick,' and Victor L.. Hickey. smpitioiu. Up to this time th« only manufactures have been silk velvet trimmings but th* new looms will enable them to commence *he manufacture of silk dress goods this summer. . . . Last spring, they planted seed for 20,000 mulberry trees and 'this spring they have set out 8,000 yearling twigs. They expect to have ample feed for the silk worms next summer. They made over 32,000 yards of silk" velvet trimming last year. 'Monis. de Boissiere hits already expended about $50,000 on this settlement. He is deeply imlbued with the Mm that there is no necessity for antagonism between capital and labor. He is broadly democratic .in all Ms notions of life. ... "The new factory will also contain eight looms in the front room. A single loom turns out at one time, twenty-eight pieces of double web ribbon, woven wiitti the pile between the'two webs and (then separated by sharp blades which vibrate with- the movement of the loom. The daily product pi the loom is about 300 yards of finished ribbon. The new machines now coming will weave broad web velvet and other silk fabrics. "The cocoons will be introduced from California next spring >and prepared for incubation. . . • The &lk worm onty lives two months, in Which time it forms the cocoons and gives up the ghost. They are kept on long ^tables covered with paper and the leaves of the mulberry ane fed to them on these tables. . . •'. "The foregoing facts we're gleamed from a visit to Valeton (SilkvOle) on last Saturday for the express purpose of furnishing our readers with a history of this novel enterprise. As it, is perhaps the bnJy ysilk manu- -.'•:. factory in the United States, description may be read with more than ordinary 'interest. Now that the Whole, social and .Industrial arrangements of France have been broken down before the rude whirlwind of 'armed invasion, it would seem as though the benevolent plaas of the philanthropic Frenobman were opening ia way for their resusc&taitaoni on this continent." LfGALS Officials said, the erosion occurred when Hexane, a volatile solvent, caught fire.^Oil is extracted from soybeans wt the Soy* plant. "•'*' (Published in the Garden Oity Tel«i on the 26th day o* May and . 2nd day of June, 1971.> ./• 'NOTICE OF fUEHttC SALE The City of Garden dty, Kansaa will sell at public auction ait tho location stated below, on June 5, 1971 at the time stated below, the following items: AT THE BARlTj BAIRTON SALE GROUNDS BETWEEN BTH STREET AND 6TH STREET SOUTH OP FULflX>N STREET IN GABDEN CITY, KANSAS AT 2:00 P.M.:- • • ' • •••••• One girl's bioycto, Flying O. One girl's bicycle, Sohwinn. One 'boy's bicycle, Coast King. One boy's bicycle,--Road Master. One boy's bicycle, Firestone. One girl's bicycle,, Firestone. One boy's bloyde. Sears.- One boy's bicycle, Huffy. - One girl's' bicycle,'- Flying • O. One boy's l bicycle. : Flying O. One boy's bicycle, Sears. One boy's bicycle, Hawthorns. One boy's bicycle, Sportmavter. One girl's bicycle, Carnival. > One girl's bicycle, Corvair. One boy's bicycle, Royal. One girl's bicycle, Hercules. One boy's bicycle, Columbia. 21 Hub Cape. The City reserves the right to withdraw any or 'all of the -listed items prior to the .scheduled time of sale. Bach of the' above listed iteims has been abandoned within the dty of Garden Oity. Kansas and the owners, if any, have failed to claim them. -Any person claiming ownership of any < of' these . listed items shall present such claim in writing to the Chief of Police not later than 9:00 A.M. on the stated date of sale and reclaim such'Items upon payment of prescribed storage .charges, service charges, and publication costs or, in lieu thereof, such items shall be sold as stated, J. H. REEVES Chief ol Police ,/ ATTEST: * CIHAS. R. City Clerk

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