Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 7, 1971 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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20—Mate or Female Help .•.:«r«t«>s»»»T»j»!»i«t«»Mi 3 ^4^flK MAUP w*Y»i §••• A days pcf word »4«i>j»HKu> MM* chwfl' any ad 1 day, per word Skip day ads fake out day ratt. Effective November 1, 1170. Phon« orders accepted if you are listed in the phono book. uss 10 per cent for cash in advaiee DIAL 276-3232 CLASSIFIED FOR WANT-ADS OM4KM for day «* puMcaHM WMkdop and Sawdap 1:00 ajn. EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in person. Bus ^ & H SPECIALIST attention: Wanted regional manager and istrict managers to place $50,000 Cancer expense plan in Garden City, Scott City areas. Low premium, high commission, guarantee enewaWe. Write William L. Dun- evy. regional Vice Prea., 10908 N. Florida Ave., Oklahoma Oity, Ok- ahoma. 731120. —F9 The Telegram Is responsible for only Incorrect insertion. Warn M CtattlfieMtMs Per Ivwy Nea* NOTICES 10. Special Notlesi 11. Lort. Found, Strsysd 12. Instruction 13. Card of Thanh EMPLOYMENT 20. Malt or Fsmals Hslp 23. Sftuationi Wanted SEIVICES 21. Specialized Service* AUCTIONS 29. Public Auction* MERCHANDISE 30. Miscellaneous 51. Miscellaneous For Sale )2. Good Things To Eat 33. Want To Buy 34. Household Needs J5. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparel 37. Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Tools and Equipment AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Wants end Serr. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 41. Seeds. Feeds INVESTMENTS 53. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Autos and Trucks 61. Motorcycles, Bicycles 62. Campers, Trailers RENTALS 70. For Rent 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ESTATE 88. Real Estate 89. Farms, Lands, Ranches 90. Mobil* Homo*. 30—MheelWmeott* V ANTED: receptionist-switchboard operator: evening Shft 3-11. Aply Box 817. Garden City, Kansas. —F8 GARAGE SALE, 1210 Ridgewood HAVE OPENING for vocal and instrumental teacher, math and basketball coach at Oopeland Schools. Applv to W. M. Jones, call 668-2811 or 668-2598. —F10 23—Situation* Wanted HIGH SCHOOL Senior noeds summer employment. Willing to _earn. Call Gary Pratt, 276-9375. 1408 N. llth. —F8 STUDENT 17 YEARS old wants As-related work. 'Dan 511 N. 8th, 276-7090. Wagner, —F10 BABYSITTING IN my home. Johnson. 80! EXPERIENCED RELIABLE man Wants year round maintenance' truck driving or general work, 275 4386. 28—Speclofind Services CALL DBLMER E. Towns for al your fence needs, carpentry aiu concrete work. 275-5305. —-F9 A NEW SERVICE AT COMBINATION freezer-refrigerator, special $75. Duncan Pnyfe orrna] size table. Bargain Barn. —F7 FOR SALE: 1965 4 speed with V-8 Drive, Monday and rybhtag, 5 and lo cents. EV- —F7 31—MisetHmtoin For Sato COMBINATION AIR conditioning and heating window unit, % ton, 220 volt, with natural gas heat. $100. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. 30 SHEETS NEW plyform plywood, 25% off new price, size 4x8x%. 276-3138. ' —F10 40—Auto* and Truck* Dart HT, ..276-6330. —F7 FOR SALE. 1965 Chevrolet sta- Slanrtard —F7 Uoai wagon, 6 cyl. shift. , $500. 276-3369. AUTO BODY ^ WORK 32—Good Things To fat FIVE POINTS Bakery, Cak« Headquarters. Wedding, birthday, all occasions — all snsea. Open Sunday — closed Monday. 276-2851. —F28 37—Boots, Sporting Equip. MINNOWS, WORMS, fishing tackle, ioe chests, and ioe. Ga: cold beer to .en Oity Ice Co., N. 9th. Open 7 to 7 weekdays, 9-4 Sundays. —F9 45—Farmers Wants ft Serv. FREE ANIMAti removal. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 276-6711. —C26tf WANTED: GRAIN Hebrlee 276-6820. hauling; l*e You will like the way we treat your ear. Bring it in for a bumper to bumper checkup. A 4V W BODY SHOP SB—Real Estate ONLY AT KELLErVLEOPOLD Lovely 4 Br. full bsmt, W-iide. FHA Just N of high school on 7th, 3 Br. On Ridgewood, 3 Br, central air, art garage, 22' x 20 garage in Back. ••-: '•. '.-,-. ; . : "•'•' .' '* : J ' See; this lovely -homo,,.-3rd and Ed» wards. .^ " Keller - Leopold Agehcy 120-Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evening* 275-5384 end 276-2544 211 Evans 276-8955 1967 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE. Original interior. Call 276-3675 after 5:00. . FOR SALE: 1968 Chevy Truck. New 16* grain box and hoist. A-l shape throughout, priced $37oO. See at 211 Evans. —F9 FOR SALE: NT 850 tandem Ford with bed and hoist. 276-3154. —F18 FOR SALE: House at 60S N. 8th, to be moved. 276-7223 or 276-3456. —F9 GOOD 1954 OHEVY pickup; 6 cyl. 4 speed. 276-6551. -F7 WILL, DO custom hay baling. Wire tie baler. 276-8366. 408 S. 9th. A. D. Fulton, —E17tf Moctiinery 10—Specie) Notices Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive by 5:30 p.m. Weekdays Please Call Your Carrier Or, Call 276-3232 between 5:30-6,p.m. weekdays For Your Paper Saturdays, call your carrier LOST: ONE pair men's brown framed tri-fooal glasses in Finup Park. $5 reward, 276-8489. —F8 "HELP" FOR Drug Users. 275-4222. 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meet- Ing every Thursday 8 P'5K.4*? dendale Recreation Center. CWl Zto- 7011 or writ* P.O. Box TUL *L, NON tamily group, every Monday 8 o.m. Gardeodale Beoreatlon Center. BUY YOUR SUMMER DISCOUNT TICKETS NOW 8 weeks—$1.00 Tickets good one session a week— pay skate rental whan you skate. LILIA SHEARMIRE, Mgr. 275-543'3 IT—Lost, Found. Strayed JSjLjiaCsV We can Wash and Recondition large farm and industrial type paper air cleaner elements NEW 1969 FORD 630 combine, 1«* header, cab, forced • air, straw spreader, list $12,573 — sale price >9700. No trade in. Southall Ford Tractor, Inc. Altus, Oklahoma.. Phone 405-482-1122. —F16 SUNFLOWER MACHINE Shop, 2767858. Duplication or repair of worn metal parts, cold roll shaft, special U Bolts, maintenance welding. —F16 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS: den-womeri IS and over. Secure obs. High starting pey. Short' hours. Advancement. Preparatory raining as long as required. Fhous- ands of jobs open. Experience us. ually unnecessary. FREE booklet on obs, salaries, requirements. Write 'ODAY giving name, address, and >hone. Lincoln Service, Box U-926, harden City Telegram. LOST: SIAMESE bluepoint torn oat. Also 7-month-old female dachshund one month ago. Answers WHAT HAPPENS AT YOUR HOUSE WHEN IT RAINS? Do you «m|oy th* rain or curs* it? If a leaky roof is Hit) cause 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 M & M 6-1000 D, Wheatland with factory cab, S6995.. Special his week only. Merrill Implement, West Highway 60. —F8 1963 JMPALA 4 door, hardtop, air conditioned, 1966 Galakie 500 4 door adr conditioned. Call 275-5365. , —F8 FOR SALE: 1968 50 series Chevrolet truck, oalb and chassis. Looks and runs like new. Call BL5-6678, Lakin, Kansas. ' —FSti BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Are you ready this time? Opportunity is knocking! Eating place at busy location. A money maker! . . Main Street camera and gift shop. Lots of potential. . 47—Llvtstock. tots, Poultry DOGS GROOMED POOdli others. GROOMED ororaMion&ny — les. •ehnauzera, terriera. By appointment. 376-&T37. 1965 GRAND PRIX with air, vinyl top, $750. 275-5544. —F8. 41 BlcyclM 1969 MEiYEES LYNX miml-'bdke. 5 h.p. 275-5004. . —>V9 42—Comptn, Traitors KAMPKRAFT CAMPER for rent by week. 276-8120 or 276-7641.. —F36 Mobil Oil Station for sale—n leased to Mobil Oil Company Fulton Street location. DQN TALLEV Realtor 1021 Flaming 275-5730 276-7975 275-5351 (Michel) (Hamann) 276-1175 (Vaughn) Member Multi-List PONYTAfL ® Kins FtMira SndBcM*. he., 1971. HT«M rifhti ««miJ w "My father says it will be a cold day when I get to wear hot pants!" FOR SALE: Guinea .. males and females. all sizes: or see at 107 E. Emerson. all 276 •0400 -F8 AHC TEACUP and toy poodles. Reasonably priced. 276-6579. —F7 KITTEN TO give away. 276-7954. -F9 FREE MITTENS, kffifferemt colors. 276-3817. —F8 THRiHE g WEEK old puppieis to give aiway. 909 W. Olive. —F8 TWO CAUiFOiRINlIlA Buck breeding rabbita for sale. 276-6221. —FT 48—Seeds, Foods W-W STOCK * HORSE TRAILERS Also goose neck trailers. All prim- ad and have 2 coats of baked on enamel. Fine selection on hand. Scott City Trailer Salei H. J. Schwanke, 872-3138 L. E. Tedford. 871-2232 STARCRAFT FOLDDOWN camping trailers, also for pickups. Garden City Ioe Co. We wiQ trade. 70—for Ronff J L. DOUGLASS Sg 0 ^""^"*"*** 1 *-??! Roofing & Insulating Co. 501 N. 10th "Over 35 Years In Busintss" WANT TO BUY WHEAT 276-9226 12—Instruetiea I STILL have piano etudent -openings, Mrs. Charles Walter. Phone 2(76-7126. —F29 20—Mde or Female Help cutting. Steady ....... .. work. Contact Don Oox, Mtmne. MOTHEiR, Dad, and Wayne. We will be home June 14th or loth. Love, Wanda. —F7 BURTIS USED CAR LOT New Summer Hours 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. B.URTIS MOTOR CO. ATTENTION ELKS and tiheiir guests. Dance to Mexioali Brass Friday, June 11. Mexican food served 7:30, dance 9-1. through Wednesday. $10 a couple $12 at door. Advance ticxets from members 01 at Lodge, 905 Kansas Plaza. —F7 NEED IMMEDIATELY: 3 trucks, covered for hauling chopped alfalfa. Have m new Field Que«n Hay Chopper. Have work all summer, clear through ensilage Drinkers need not apply. employment,_ plenty of —E26tf 53—Business Opportimltta ROOMS WITH or without board for self-care people. $2.00 per day and up. 276-3138. -F10 OFFICE SPACE for rent, at .Coast to Coast Store. BACHELOR APARTKENT r-^ .Tenlent. downtown, furnished or unfurnlitoed. ntillUee. psld,nuad eorriae. Warren Hotel. 176-3321. —-OBtl WANTED A HOMELESS FAMILY For thit 3 BR, fully carp«ted, sgl. garage, full bsmt, completely redecorated. . Thit one is priced to sell. . JACK NEAR II ~ a ^ en ^~ \ 276-3630 I Hi Grant Evenings Jack 276-6723 J Joe 276-161* member of multi-list OFFICE SPACE for rent a* Kansas & Fleming. 275-5730 OP 2767975. BASEMENT SLEEPING room for working man. Call 275-5238 alter 5 p.m. 30—-MbcellcnMoui FOR SALE: Redworms and African crawlers. 275-5314. 624 W. Emerson. —D9tf FOR SALE: Refrigerated Amana air conditioner, 1800 BTU. like new. Reasonable. 609 N. 10th. —F12 FOR SALE: Reeoe equalizer trailer Hitch. Phone 275-5223. —F4tf BREAK INTO RADIO-TV KEEP YOUR JOB- TRAIN AT HOME W* already havs over 700 qradu- j •tec 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 FISH BAIT: worms, chicken liven and other baits; also have fishing supplies. Schultz 66. Lakin, Kan- WANTED: ALL types, of parttime Crystal's Cafe. 276-7313. -E15tf help. WANT LAIDY to answer telephone in her home. Write Jerry Mather, 113 So. Sanba Fe. Salina, Kansas. 67401. —F9 NEED TWO operators for beauty shop in Scott Oity. Inquire Princess Beauty Shop in- Garden Oity before « p.m., 276-7463. —Fll INVITATION FOR BIDS The Board of Trustees of The Garden City Community Junior College will accept bid* on used surplus school furniture as listed: 60 steel chairs, wooden bottoms, and backs (good condition) 80 wooden tablet-arm chairs (fair 'condition) ; 90 double folding wooden chairs 200 oak straightback chairs (good condition) Bids to be mailed to: The Garden City Community Junior College P.O. Box 977 Garden City, Kansas 67846 Furniture may be inspected Monday thru Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Bidls will be accepted on individual lots or on the entire lot. ..'••'• The Board of Trustees .reserves the right to"reject any er all bids. Bids accepted until June 21, 1971. The Board of Trustees • The Garden City Community Junior College The new MARK II NECCHI You've seen it on TV! Buy it at KIRBY VACUUM CO. It SEWING CENTER I Blk. N. 5 Points on S3 Tommy Graves 276-6476 PLASTICS National company will lease' er sell plastic forming butirvets te manufacture products and sub-con* tract production orders te qualified individual or small business. Must be able to secure small build- ing. Full training. Production Products, Inc. 9440 Science Center Drive, Minneapolis Minnesota 55428 (612) 537-3673. FURIN1SHIEID JUPARTMIENT, • dose in, adults only. Ga» and water paM. 30(7 N. 9th. -(F8 TWO BEEOEDOOM furnWhied See at GlB'/a Tenth. house. —F7tf uiiv ' taurant. Call 276-7578 after 6 P.M. . • '• "-','• —(F7 THREE BOOM furnished meat. Adults. 276-3688. eipart- —-F12 TWO BEDROOM home, saml-fin- ished basement with 2 bedrooms, and recreation. Frenced back yard." 276-2913 or 2T6-2309. —F7 jflNSURAMCC ESTATE OJHUJ m miMf nn* TRAILER PARK INVESTMENT 3 Acres, plumbed for 10 mobile TWO BEraROOM house, unfurnished, carpeted, dose i». 276-2446. —F7t* TWO BEDIROOIM partly furnldjed apartment, 375-5422. —FTtf 88—Uteri EsMM 60—Autos and Tracks sas. —E7tf HIGH PRESSURE washer, special .$204.50. Merrill Implement, West Hiway 50. —F7 MAKE EXTRA MONEY! Sell Fireworks Need no money to start— Fireworks on consignment. WHOLESALE FIREWORKS 276-8033 1967 PONTIA.C 2-DOOR hardtop. lx Power, air, good condition, $1200. 1707 Kello, 276-8639. —F7 FOR SALE: 1954 G-MC pickup; good condition. Phone 37C-3028. —F7 HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trad* Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laurel 276-7741 Nite ft Sunday 276-3675 o o o o homes, room units, plus , a for additional 10 nice 'two bedroom , home, all carpeted, electric kiteh •n, beautiful bath and half, lots of trees in fenced yard location at 1700 East Spruce. A real investment. Call for an appointment. Goldsberrv BR 6-2486 f Miller 276-3813 •' MEMBER MULTI-LIST FOR SAiLE by owner:. 2 bedroom brick, patio, oa: "'A" Street. drapes. EASY TO OWN Major League Leaders by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING (100 at baits) - 01- iva, Minn., .376; Murcer, N.Y., ,364. RUNS — Yastrzemski, Bost., 39; Buford, Bait., and R.Smith, Host., 38; RUNS BATTED IN - Killebrew, Minn., 47; Petrocwli, Bost, 40; HITS - Murcer, N.Y., 63; 01- iva, Minn., 68. DOUBLES — B.Coniigliaro, Bost., 17; Northrop, Det. and T.Conigliaro, Calif., 13. TRIPLES — Clarke, N.Y., 4; Unser, Wash., 4; Schaai, K.C., 4. HOME RUNS — Oliva, Minn., 12; four tied with 11. STOLEN BASES — Cemp- aneris, Oak., 15; Otis, K.C., 13. PITCHING (6 Decision®) — Cuellar, Bait, 8-1, .889, 2.99; Blue, Oak., 12-2, .857, 1.34. STRIKEOUTS — tflue, Oak., 115; Lolkhv Det., 96. NATIONAL LEAGUE BAITTING (100 ait baits) — Brock, St.L., .365; W.Davis, L.A., .360. RUNS — Brock, St.L., 49; Bonds, S.F., 47. RUNS BATTED IN - Stargell, Pitt., 49; Torre,. St.L. and H.Aaron, Atl., 41. HITS — Garr, Ati., 83; Brock, St.L., 81. DOUBLES — Brock, St.L., 17; M-Alou, St.L., 14. TRIPLES — Clemente, Pitt., 5; five tied with 4. HOME RUNS - Stargdl, Pitt., 18; H.Aaron, At!., 17. STOLEN BASES — Brock, StL., 20; Haawelson, N.Y., 13. PITCHING (• Decisions) Dierker, Housit., 10-1, .909, 1.80; Carlton, St.L., 10-2, 1833, 2.33, STRIKEOUTS - Jenkins, Chic., 99; Seaver, N.Y., S>7. FOR SALE: Used Bryant eas central air conditioning unit. Good condition, replaced by larger unit. Phone. 276-2978 evenings, 276-7862. —Flfl FOR SAJJB: Two 2-Vh«el flat bed trailers with Bteel floor. See at Gene's Texaco, Main and Fulton. —F8 TWE1.VE VOtt/T. air compressor designed to run off truck 'battery. $125. 275-5016. . . • —F8 APARTMENT SIZE refrigerator for sale. $15. 276-3304. -OT7 FOR BAILE: Rotary. type power mower, also reel type power i mower. 1612 Jan. • —F8 YOU'RE SAFE with e Face-Saver windshield installed by us. KINNEY GLASS, INC. 415 N. 8th 276-7262 1968 FORD FOR sale. Call 376-7889 during day or 276-8553 after six. . —DSOtf UATE MODEL VW',bui! with late model engine. Very cjean. Ideal for camping. 275-'5290. i * . —F9 SPLENDIFEROUS 2-badroom brick home with many extras. Choice location. Attached garage with e large detached gar- ag«-work*hop in back. 3-bedroom home, 2 .bedrooms up and one down, plus recreation room fenced in yerd, storage shed, central air, water softener. Priced in teens. CAMPBELL ' ,'Abstract & Insurance V Co., Inc. Homer Campbell Gale Squier •hone 276-3352 or 276-8449 "Member Multi-List" 1108 N. 5th, Two bedroom and attached garagw. Only $500.00 down and $(04.00 per month. FHA 7% —360 months with loan $11,400. 2304 N. 7th. Two bedroom* and double garage, forced air heat. Monthly payment $80.00 with $500.00 down payment. Loan 7% —for $8,000.00 and 300 months. -Sttherlon Pansier Is Efficient Use of the Rails Urged WASHINGTON (AP) — An organization representing a major share of the nation's grain and feed industry wants Congress to consider making railroads more efficient in hauling farm drops .before increasing the number of box cars used. The National Grain and Fleed Asspciaition says more boxcars might be required to meet farmers' needs, but railroads first should use the ones they have more efficiently. . Rodman Kobar, chairman of the association's transportation committee, told a special Senate subcommittee Thursday nationalization of the rail system should be discouraged as * solution to the perennial boxcar problem. And, be said, bills now before the Senate do not meet tht problem heatfon. "All assume that the answer to the freight car Shortage is simply to increase the supply of general purpose equipment.". Kober said: "We wish that th* solution were that simple, but our research suggests that the proposed solution, may not achieve any lasting improvement." . Improved standards of performance by the railroads should be among the top priorities, he said. Without more efficiency, additional boxcars would simply complicate the situation. . • "The introduction of more cars into an inefficient operational system would serve to achieve little more than to increase the congestion already inherent in 'that system," h* 276-9271 1507 E. Fulton After Hours Call Howard 276-8178 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-2074 Clyde 274-3644 BUSINESS I DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEfDS * AUTOMOTIVE SERV1CIS MUFFLERS GUARANTEED tor life at no extra coat Quint Automotive. 27&-S332. if CARPETS KITCHEN v- COMMERCIAL - &HAG afl styles of carpet. Villereal Carpet Service. "Over 20 years experience. 3929. Call Izzy or Cesar, 276- * HEARING AIDS HEARING AIDS and supplies. Service for all brands: Bel(on« Hear- Ine Aid Berries. U» WsstUuraL 3764M*. * PAPER HANGING PAINTING AWD paper hanging. II 4 J Painting fcrrios. 376-?«tt. SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS SECURITY Polio*. Phone 276-3338. Vacation bouse watch; guard service: business night * TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR information and reservations, call Arnita Sammons, your travel agent, at 276-3781. * TRAVEL SERVICI GUIDED TOURS. Alaska,' June 19- July 22, Central Eastern -States Tour, August 1-18, Sunflower Excursions. 276-2916. WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRAOLE Water Softeatrk option to buy. Competitive priceF rarmNltraU test. a ^^ WHAT IN THE WORLD ISA CREDIT UNION? (WE'RE SLAD YOU ASKED THAT) J. (VII MEMBER MULTI-USr WE'LL TRADE Owner of suburban en 2 acres will trade-. for good ..home in town. Have others fee! For details, call 317 M.75 St.: tR 6*442 *Ev». Bit 6-3117 Stuart 1-1544 Nelion 6-7388 Metnert 6-794* — Larson 6-2688 MEMBER MULTILIST A CREDIT UNION IS PEOPLE. PEOPLE WHO OWN THEIR OWN SAVINGS AND CREDIT BUSINESS. THEY BECOME OWNERS BY DEPOSITING THEIR SAVINGS IN SHARE ACCOUNTS IN THE CREDIT UNION. BECAUSE THEY ARE OWNERS, THEY ARE ELIGIBLE TO BORROW FROM THE POOLED SHARES SINCE THEY ARE THE OWNERS, THEY RECEIVE ANY PROFITS THAT ARE MADE. SOUNDS SIMPLE, DOESN'T IT? THIS IS BASICALLY WHAT, ACCREDIT UNION IS, ALTHOUGH IT CAN PROVIDE MUCH MORE THAN JUST A . PLACE TO SAVE OR BORROW. YOU CAN OWN A PART OF A CREDIT UNION TOO. YOU CAN SHARE IN EQUITY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION COME IN TO 101 N. 6T.H OR CALL 276-7655,fOR FURTHER DETAILS , , . ,, -• .-v .:••'.• '' •. K T- • ..• .... -.-..• . . CUSTOM BUILT Tri-level, 4 bedrooms, 1} baths, family room, central ' air conditioning, Birch doers and trim. Herding Street location. Quick possession. Fansler Tires won al it£ four games at Pansier Field her* over the weekend to cop the championship of *n eight-team tournament for women slow- pitch sofitbaUers. The meet ran three days. Four games were played Friday night and another four Saturday night. Three were on Sunday afternoon and a final three Sunday nigbt. In Saturday night losers- bracket action. Standard Supply eliminated Garden By- Products 14-5, while Farm Bureau ousted Red's Gulf Service Station 11-1. The same niglht in winners* bracket semi-finals, Fansler Tires downed DeerfieW 12-0, and Sttbtette defeated Dodge City 11-a .,:-.-. Sunday afternoon losers- bracket games saw Standard Supply eliminate Deerfield 10-2, and Farm Bureau sideline Dodge City 13-3. Fansler Tires then topped Sublette 23-1 in the .winners-bracket finale, Sunday night, Farm Bureau eliminated Standard Supply 19,7, then Sublette 14-6. But in the title game, Fansler (undefeated in tourney play) blanked Farm Bureau>3 for the meet crown. Pansier won first place, Farm Bureau second, Sublefcte, third, Improvement in efficiency •and in , incentive programs would result in .more "car days" from* boxcars already in service, Kober said. The association represents grain and feed industries, including country elevator companies who buy from farmers. and Standard Supply fourth. [Center. Lakin Game Man Center Graduate Bruce Peltiers of Lakin and Jim KeHenberger of Jetmore were, among state game protectors graduating last w*ek from the Kansas Law Enforce: ment Training Center near HutcMnovn. Fifty-six person* connected with law enforcement ihade the graiduiaibe list. KeUenberger was elected president of the group. He presented an address at the gnaduation program. Gaime protectors, police, and sheriff's officers made up the group. They attended the 30- day basic training program to learn law enforcement funda- mentiaJs. Insitruidion w.a« carried out by Maynard Brazeal ('the center's director of police training; and other gtaH members. The center was established by the 1968 legislature. Since that time, 13 atate game pro* tectors have . been graduates; The training center is under th* auspices of the .University of Kansas governmental research fs ' II SCQTT MALTOWl ii> N. MSI* H<ttrl74-7M4 TVE8DAT Permanent POayground at Jon** •cttool — Miniature golf (10 ».m,), 1971 12x50 INVADER mobile home; only 4 month* old. Call 276-4603. —F10 FOR SALE: 196T7 American Miaater- craft; 13x60. Call 2fr6-e53T7. —F8 USED 1970 . bdle horn*. 2 bedroom mo- &4S6 aft»r 6:00. four square, quiet Moving Playground at Matthews school — Arta and oraftn, paddleball tournament to 13); X5»nde WUsxMi, 3 to 4 — ,Hopsootoh, /four square. and nula 'h Center— Stevens «it Civ- . WEDNESDAY Permanent playground ait Jones •ohool, 9 ».m. to noon — Brt-'~ Mend day, hot potato, dodige Kalah, bubble gum content. Moving Playground at -AUa Brown school, 9 a.m. to noon-four square, brlng-a-frlend day, friable and hula, hoop practice. Hutohln- sons sohool, 3 to 4 p.m.— Skating *t 2:15 p.m, Handic*ppad Playground at Civic Oent»r-Art> and Craft*, THVBSDAY Permiament PlayBround at Jones School — Nature walk, qut*t game*, grafts (Father's Day gifts). MovtoK Playground. at Q«or«ta Matthews school, 9 a.m. to noon)— brin«-A-fiiend diay, Utter hike: Jennie Wilson, a to 4 p.m. — Water gun fUrht. : Handioaipped Playground at Civic Center — Stevens Park, refreshments, games. FRIDAY Pertmnent. Playground at Jone* sohool — Skatine at 9:15 a.m. '. quite giames, squirrels in a tree. Moving Playground at Georgia Matthews, 9 a.m. to noon — Pool for older children at 9:30 a.m., Simon aay», N«w Orleans; Hutchinson school, 3 to 4 p.m., flag football, croquet, friable and, hula hoop practice. ' ' Handicapped Playground at Civic Center—Miniature golf, lo i.nt. and oraft* (d«r T

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