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3 doySi pw w*fn i.i.iM.i.i«i«i«i».'i«f«i-»«i« • zic A days per word .i.r.t.,.i.«.i.j. .iu.vi.iu.> 34e Min< 4Hargc ony od >r«ra>r>i*i'i>i«i«i»3*!> we 1 day, pet word . ... t . •.•..•.-..•.„:..w,« •* Skip day ads fake one day rate. Effective November 1, 1970. Phone orders accepted If you are listed in the phone book. Less 10 per cent for cash in advance 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 MM incorrect insertion. Want Ad Classification* For Every Ne«4 NOTICES 10. Special Notice* 11. Lost, Found, Strayed 12. Instruction 13. Card of Thanks •EMPLOYMENT 20. Male or Femalt Help 23. Situation* Wanted SERVICES 28. Specialized Service* 29. AUCTIONS Public Auction* MERCHANDISE SO. Miscellaneous 31. Mitcellaneou* For Salt 32. Good Thing* To Eat 33. Want To Buy 34. Household Needs 35. Antique* 36. Wearing Apparel 37. Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Toots and Equipment AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Want* «nd Serv. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feed* INVESTMENTS 53. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Auto* and Truck* 61. Motorcycles, Bicycles 62. Campers, Trailer* RENTALS 70. For Rent 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ESTATE 88. Real Estate 89. Farm*, Land*, Ranch** 90., Mobile Homo* 30—MiseeHmeou* PORCH SALE. 806 N. 2nd. Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 till 7:00. —F14 FOR SALE: 18.000 BTU air conditioner, excellent condition. 2762630. —F12 WE HAVE several used rotary lio*s available. American Implement. —F14 TRUCK-LOAD SALE. Special Purchase, truckload of new spinet italics, your choice of 5 styles, mly $675.00. Apartment-size piano, 5450.00. New organs from $550.00. Also have uprights, used spinet pi- inos and organs. Brier and Hnle Music. Liberal. Kansas. —F13 GARAGE SAIE 411 Magnolia,; Saturday 5-9 p.m., Sunday noon to <J p.m., Monday and Tuesday 9-5. —F14 PILLOW CLEANING. Also featherbeds made into pillows. Cleax-er Cleaners, 801 N. Main. One day only, Wednesday, June 16. —F15 MINNOWS. WORMS for sale. All hours. 601 N. 1st. 276-8459. —F12 FOR SALE: Ooppertone electric range. Excellent condition. $75. Call 276-7591. —FStt BACKYARD SALE: 109 S. 13th, Friday, Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m.,-fi p.m. —F12 PtAOTO SALE 2 miles W. on 60; south of J. J. Oil Co. Clothes, furniture, antique car Mights, other antiques and collectaWes, lots of miscellaneous. New items acMed dally. All -week 1-7 p.m. or call 2766900 for appointment. —(F15 BESTLINE PRODUCTS Home-Commercial-Farm Completely safe, non-toxic, bio degradable cleaning supplies. Raymond Ellis 276-6513 10—Special Notices 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, call your carrier COCKTAIL WAITRESSES wanted. Must fee neat and attractive. Experience not necessary. Apply in >erson Cluto Paradox after 5:30. —Flltf. EXPERIENCED wanted. Apply Cafe. CUSTODIANS FOR Stanton County Schools. Contact John W. Harper, Supt., Johnson, Kansas. 4926226 or 492-6464. Prefer roan-wife combination. . • —F14 "HEL/P" FOR Drug Users. 275-4222. 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. BARTENDEiR, PARTTIME, 21 or over. 15 to 20 nouns per week. ViH train and veteran preferred. Contact Kansas State Employment Service. —F12 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meet- Ing every Thursday 8 P.m. Gardendale Recreation Center. Call 2767011 or write P.O. Box T13. AL•NON family group, every Monday 8 p.m. Gardendala Recreation Center. JERRY'S BiEATJTY Shop, 1708 8th, will foe closed June 14-21st. tVill reopen June 22nd. Thank you. Jerry Brecheisen. —FM 11—-Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: LADIES Wyler wristwatch, Saturday. Reward. Phone Frontier 5-2791, Leoti. —F12 LOST: LARGE male black cat wearing; leather collar. Reward for information or return. Call 276-3843. —F13 FOUND: COIN' purse containing 3 ' rings. To idientdfy, call 276-6425. —F15 12—Instruction I STILL have piano student openings. Mrs. Charles Walter. Phone 276-7126. — F29 20—Mole or Female Help VANTED: ALL, types of parttims help. Crystal's Care. 276-7313. —E15tt in WAITRESSES person. Bus —E2gtf FOR SALE: 18" Belt-propelled reel type mower, 2 horse Erisrgs motor; girl's Schwinn bicycle. 2763458. —F12 Vi" ELECTRIC DRILt,. 917.50; storm door, 36" X SO". $13; screen door. 36" X SI". $5. 709 Garden City Avenue, 276-7»21. —F12 FOR YOUR Holiday Magic Cosmetics, phone Jeatmine MoAlister, 276-9706 or Stella Imel, 376-9372. —F12 FOR SALtE: Reeoe equalizer trailer hitch. Phone 275-5223. —F4tf FISH BAIT: worms, chicken livers and other baits; also have fishing supplies. Schults 66. Lakin, Kansas. —E7tf 38—Musical Instruments 45—.Farmers Wants & Serv. FREE ANIMAL removal. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 276-6711. —C26U WANTED: GRAIN Hebrlee 276-6820. hauling; Lee —B12tf WILL DO custom hay baling. Wire tie baler. 276-8366. A. D. Fulton, 408 S. 9th. —E17tf 60—Autos and TrueV* CHOICE $80. 1961 Pontiac Tempest, 4-door seda.ii- 1959 Chevrolet, 4- door sedan; 1359 International station wagon. 70g Garden City Avenue, 276-7921. —F12 88—>ReaI Estate 62—Campers, Trailers FOR SALE: 9 ft. 1970 XL camper, one 11 ft. 1968 Dodge City camper: self contained. See at Jim's Westside 66, Syracuse, 384-6566. —F12 WiB HAVE several tary ho'es available. Implement. used ro- American —Fi4 46—Form Machinery NEW 1969 FORD 630 combine, 16' header, cab, forced air, straw spreader, list 812,573 — sale price S9700. No trade in. Soutliall Ford Tractor, Inc. Altus, Oklahoma. Phone 405-4S2-1122. —F16 FOR SALE: No. 10 Farmhand Loader, with hay basket. 275- 50S6. —F12 47—Livestock, Pets, Poultry WILL GIVE away a nice part G'er- m'an Shepherd dog. 276-7030. —Flo FOR SALE: Horses and used said- dies. 2TO-7916. —F1S NJICE MAQUE puppy, free. 2,76-3553. —<F1S PULLETS, FIFTEEN weeks old, 90 cents. Several breeds. M r s. John Stevenson, Johnson, Kansas. 316-492-2377. —F14 DOGS GROOMED onwesslonany — poodles. schnauzera, terriers, others. By appointment. 876-8737. AT STUD. AKC Registered dachshund. Contact Sandra Irsik, 2755538. —F15 53—Business Opportunities FOR SALE: Used Bryant gas central air conditioning unit. Good condition, replaced by larger unit. Phone 276-2878 evenings, 276-7862. -F12 SMAti. TRACTOR for rent. 276-2401. •with rototdller —F12 FOR SALE: Air conditioner for real good condition, $95. Renfro, 275-5187. —F14 Glenn 31—Miscellaneous For Sale EVERYTHING FOR th» amateur winemaifcer aired brewmaster. Ted'i Market, 511 N. 4th Street. —F28 COMBINATION AIR conditioning and heating window unit, % ton, 220 volt, with natural gas heat. $100. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —FU CABLE SPOOLS. Meal picnic table size, also smaller aize. 2768070 after 6 p.m. 276-6741. —F12 23—Situations Wanted HIGH SCHOOL graduate need* summer employment. Will con- •sldier anything. Willing to learn, Loretta Tittel. 1907 "C' 7 , 276-3698. —F16 13 YEAR OLD student will baby sit in her home. Experienced. Call Susan Purdy. 620 N. 10th. 2755608. —F12 JUNIOR. HIGH student will do lawns or run errands. Greg Herrel-1, 276-8425. 801 Cedar. Garden City. —F12 HIGH SCHOOL Student desires summer employment. Farm experience and has dealt with public. Rodney Oott, 2513 N. 7th. 276-8450. —F12 28—Specialized Services SUNFLOWER MACHINE Shop, 2767858. Duplication or repair of OITJ metal parts, cold roll shaft, special U Bolts, maintenance welding. —F16 A NEW SERVICE AT DRUM LESSONS: st 276-7522 have openings afternoon for students. Call Kirven Hawkins, Music Co. Foster — F14 20—Male or Female Help NEED IMMEDIATELY; 3 trucks, covered for hauling chopped alfalfa. Have a new Field Queen Hay Chopper. Have work all summei', clear through ensilage cutting. Drinkers need not apply. Steady employment, plenty ol work. Contact Don Cox, 376-4463. Tribune. —E26tf PRINTER WANTED — Experienced floorni'aii to work in excellent publication plant; good wages- health and UCe insurance benefits; fine university town; good opportunity to give children college education. Write Box Z-956. —Fl5 WANTED: WO'MAN to live in with elderly woman, bight housekeeping. 276-2878 or 276-7862. —F12 WIANTEiD: STEADY man, irrigated farm, References. Phone E. Miles, Lakin, 355-6503 collect. NEED YOUNG non-drinking couple experienced with irrigation for farm work. House and utilities furnished. Call 492-6421, Johnson Kansas. —Fl' 32—Good Things To Eat Hamburgers! Rodericks Drive In (Formerly th« Cree-Mee) POINTS BaKery, CaJce Headquarters. Wedding, birthday, all occasions — all sizes. Open Sunday — dosed Monday. 376-2851. —F33 34—Household Needs FOR SA.T/K: Couch and chair, $10. See 1311 St. John, 275-&741. We can Wash' and Recondition large farm and industrial type paper air cleaner elements 30—Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Redworms and, African crawlers. Emei-son. SPECIAL—$88 Dressmaker sewing machine Straight Stitch, (ig zag, monograms, darns, etc. KIRBY VACUUM CO. t SEWING CENTER I Blk. N. 5 Points on 83 Tommy Graves 276-6476 FOR SALE TUMBLEWEED INN BEER TAVERN Lalcin, Kansas 355-9196 PICKUP CAMPERS— TRAILERS Buy-Sell-Trade Finance—Lease Insurance, Hitch installation, Appli- snces, Repairs, Awnings, Supplies, Accessories, Factory authorized dealer for OPEN ROAD, COACHMEN, EL DORADO Schreiber Motors Chevrolet-Olds-Cadillac Call toll free 800-362-2612 ^T HORSEMEN ^B 16 rental stalls, roping Arena, soft wafer well, plus facilities to park mobile home. Returns equal 25% on investment. We'll show anytime. rf, erion 1507 E. Awor Pulton Aon 276-9278 Alter Hours Call Howard 276-3178 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-2076 Clyde 276-3644 . "MEMBER MULTI-UST^ Fog. S Garden City Telegram Saturday, Jun* 12, 1971 LIFE BEGINS AT 40 S8—Red Estate MAKE RESERVATIONS now for Winnebago Motor Home rental. What a way to go on your trip or vacation! Call Hawley Bros., 2255452 or see at 205 E. Trail, Dodge City, Kansas. —F23 W-W STOCK & HORSE TRAILERS Alto goose neck trailers. All primed and have 2 coats of baked on enamel. Fine selection on hand. Scotf City Trailer Sales H. J. Schwjnke, 872-3138 L. E. Tedford. 871-2232 STAUCRAFT FOLDDOWN camping trailers, a.lso for pickups. Garden City Ice Co. We will trade. —F3tf iKAMPKRAFT CAMPER for rent I by. week. 276-8120 or 276-7641. ! — FX TOP HOLSTEIN HERD plus all equipment, good home and land. 36 head grossing over $500 per week. Herd closely culled for 25 years. All heifers go. Artificial breeding 21 yrs. Choice Reno Co. location. $25,000 will handle, GENE WATSON LAND & LIVESTOCK CO. 25 North Walnut Hutchinson, Kansas Call Doug Wildin, 316-662-7543 . 60—Autos and Tracks 1965 GRAiNiD PRIX; «iir, vinyJ, new tires, $800. 275-4322, .302 llth. * -<F1S JS54 % TON GHBVKIOIUET pickup. 276-SW3. —(PIS FOR SAiLIE: 18S8 Ford Faiitene, 4 door, with radio, 'heater, air conditioning and stereo. Excellent condition. 27S-87U6. —F18 FOB, SIAJjEJ: Nice clean IfliR? Mustang. Make offer or will trade. 27S-3618. —iF13 FOR SAL/B: 1959 Chevrolet Apache 38 panel' pickup, % ton with 6 good tires. Readly to go. Eloy Yardley, 2204 N. 6th. —F15 FOR SALE; 1968 Musbanf, ' new tires and paint, mefeuio walnut. CM! ORS-2635, Sutolette, Kansas. —F14 70—For Rent mAi!iL.ER HOUSE for rent- couples only, no pets.. See Rancho Motel — no phone caMs. —F15 TWO Call BEDROOM trailer house. 276-2878 after 6 p.m. MOBILJB SPACES available 2 miles 1/2 Soutih. 276-2618. —<F12 VERY NICE large home near business district. No pets. 276-7395 or BACHELOR APARTMENT — convenient, downtown, furnished or unfurnished, utilities paid, maid •ervice. Warren Hotel, 276-3221. -C3U BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Are you ready this time? Opportunity is knocking! Eating place at busy location. A money maker! : ~ Main Street camera and gift shop. I ^.1. _£ _^.j.__i* i Loft of pottntial. tal. -now Mobil Oil Station for leased to Mobil Oil Company. Fulton Street, location. DON TALLEV Realtor 1021 Fleming 275-5730 276-7975 27S-535I (Michel) (Hamann) 276-8175 (Vaughn) Member Multilist Only At Keller-Leopold 3 BR brick, lull bsmt. age, 1213 Gibson. 4 BR, full bsmt. $134.38 per mo. New 2 BR, Pats Drive. 2 car gar $450. down. full bsmt. «tt. garage, SoXSO* OFFICE OR storeroom on Fulton Terrace. Completely air conditioned. Will finish to suit tenant. Cash & Carry Lumber. —B19 FURNISHED TWO bedroom trailer, SS5 monthly, bills paid. Small disposal. Westside Trailer Park. 2783705. -.FlOtf OFFICE SPACE for rent, at Coast to Coast Store. Inquire —E7tf OFFICE'SPACE for rent at Kansas & Fleming. 275-5730 or 2767975. —E7tf 72—Want To Rent WANT TO furnished rent a hotwe 2 .bedroom un- fov 1 peirson. OaiU"'275-5498 after 5 p.m. —F12 88—Real. Estate 3 BR central air, att. garage, as- sum* 6% loan, 20x20 shop. 1211 Ridgewood. Keller • Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275-5384 and 276-2544 , JUST PERFECT For the small family . . . New 2 BR., All elec. kitchen, wall to wall carpet, att. garage, full bsmt. in good east side location. PACK NEAR 276-3630 II li Grant Evenings Jack 276-6723 Joe 276-6614 member of multi-list NEED A SHOP AND A 2-BEDROOM HOME Lovely 2-bedroom brick home. Over 21 feet of built-in kitchen. I & I bath, full basement, central air, dining area. Attached garage and detached garage and shop 26'x30* is finished and has a batt in garage. Good northeast location. Priced to sell. CAMPBELL Abstract & Insurance Co., Inc* Homer Campbell 6aU Squier Phone 276-3:332 276-8449 or "Member Multi-List" • . SUPER ^ Three bedroom brick—17' garage Beautifully fenced yard. Has L.R. fireplace,'all kitchen built-ins, 17 baths and central air. Drive by 1717 see. Old Manor, then call us to Three bedroom brick full basement at corner of Main and Johnson. Good school location. Just ca I I—We'll show. TWO UNIT beauty shop, 3 bedroom house foi- sale. Call 276-7725. —F12 JJNSURANC6 and, REAL ESTATE MDffiBT] 37—.Boots, Sporting Equip. FOR SAliE: 1971 Yamaha 90 MX, 1971 Mtoi-Endtiro, Remington 700223, Colemam umbrella tent, g x 10, new. 276-6229 after 12 noon, —F12 1863 CORVAffi MONZA, 4 door. Sport HT, 140 h.p., 4 cartis, automatic transmission. 276-2023. —' FOR SAIUEJt 60 h.p. Scott outboard motor. CaJl 278-3691 or 276-3435. —F14 38—Musical Instruments 275-5314. 631 W. —D9tt NOW RENTING Mountain Falls, 7223 or 2TC-34S6. cabin, Green Colorado. 276- PILUOW OLIEiANJONG., Your pillows can Ije carriers of germs, virus, allergy irritants, dust and perspdi'a- tion odors. Oleaver Cleaners, 801 N. Main. One day only, Wednesday June 16. —PIS FOUR LYRE Back chairs match Duncan Phyfe; 6 Chippendale ladder back ctoairs, hide-a-bed. chest of drawers. Bargain Barn. Jones Ave. —F12 G-IBSON GUITAR, $75: amplifier, $10. fill N. 2nd. 376-9976 after 3:00 or 276-2669 evenings, —F15 EXCEPTIONALLY NICE UPRIGHT PIANO Hammond Organ Studios . Of Garden City SPECfflAIj SALE on electronic spinet organs — only 2 left plus one demonstrator. Here's your otoance to "Save"! Hammond. Organ Studios, Garden City. —F12 No Matter What the style of your Automobile— We can install • windshield in it! KINNEY GLASS, INC. 415 N. 8th 276-7262 1962 FALCON PICKUP with V-8 engine, good hunting and fishing wagon. 276-7512. —'F12 1968 FORD FOR sale. Call 276-7889 during day or 276-8552 after six. —DSOtI FOR SALE or trade, mouth. 1307 13th. 1910 Ply- —F12 1957 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE. Original interior. Call 276-3675 after 5:00. —F2tf FOR SALE: NT 850 tandem Ford with bed and hoist. 2T76-S154. —F18 FOR SALE: 1970 Z-28 Camaro, 350 cu. in., 360 HP, power steering and brakes, deluxe interior. Call 276-6827 after 6 p.m. —(BU4 1960 CHEVROLET, air, power. Phone 6 p.m. AUTOMATIC, 276-8058 after —'F12 FOR, SA1LE: 1965 Chevrolet station wagon — standard shift; $450. 276-3369-. —F12 BUSINESS DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEEDS * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUARANTEED for life at no extra cost. Quint Automotive. 275-5332. CARPETS KITCHEN - COMMERCIAL - SHAG all atyles o£ carpet. Viilereal Carpet Service. "Over 20 years experience." Call lazy or Cesar, 276- o92t). HEARING AIDS HEARING AIDS and supplies. Service for all brands. Beltone Hear- Servte * > n9 We * t * PAPER HANGING -,---JNCr AND paper .««.,,. It J. Fainting ScrvlM. 276-$ SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS SECURITY Police, Phone 276-33%. Vacation houae watch; guard service: business night patrol TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR information and reservations, call Arntta Sammons, your travel agent, at 276-373L TRAVEL SERVICE TOURS. Eastern States Tour, August; Western State Tour, September. Sunflower Excursions, 276-2916. WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softeners, option to buy. Competitive prices. Farm Nitrate test 276.7346. * WELDING SERVICE ALL TYPES custom welding service, day and night. Call collect, 316-6&-8881, JJbcrfl, Kansa* INVITATION FOR BIDS The Board ol Trustees of The. Garden City Community Junior College will accept bids on used surplus school furniture as listed: 60 iteel chairs, wooden bottoms, end backs (good condition) 90 wooden tablet-arm chair* (fair condition) 90 double folding wooden chairs 200 oak (traightback 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. Bids will be accepted on individual lots or on the entire lot. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids accepted until June 21, 1971. The Board of Trustees The Garden City Community Junior College MOTORCYCLE SCRAMBLES 1:30 P.M. Sunday also short track Racing 7:00 P.M. MOTORCYCLES and MIDGETS 4 Miles East of Garden on 50 then } /2 Mile South GARDEN RACE WAYS HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trade Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laura) 276-7741 Nite & Sunday 276-3675 o o o o CUSTOM BUILT j i Tri-level, 4 bedrooms, l£ baths, j family room, central air eondi-' tioning, Birch doors and trim. Harding Street location. <?uick possession. II* MHUUnn* 9K9-79M STARTING OUTERS — Priced to pleas* ' is Everett's new listing on West Mary St. The kitchen is lined w/wood cabinets and Ig. eating area, carpeted LR, 3 Bdrms, comb, bath and utility. The •Full basement is divided into • ree room, 2 extra bdrms. The detached dbl. gar. adds value. This' is priced to sell at $11,000. Be first! TREES! TREES! TREES! \ If you like shade you will enjoy this older horn* on 12th St. Present owner has completely remodeled inside and you need to do nothing. The floor plan consists of 2 largo bedrooms, new kitchen with eating area, a combination pantry and utility, beautiful modern bath, large living room and separate dining room. Priced to sell at once. i $12.600. See now. THIS IS IT! We will sell Gl loan, this three Bedroom home on W. Maple, j block out of city limits. Has every- :hing you want in • home. Large :ombination kitchen and family •oom, separate living room, large private patio, central air conditioning. You must have an appointment to see. 1507 E. Fulton 276-9271 After Hours Call Howard 276-8178 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-2076 Clyde 276-3644 "MEMBER MULTULIST" 90—Mobile Home* Factory Housing Mobile—12 and 14 Widei American Homette Four Seasons American Eagle 24x50, 1,100 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 full baths, carpeted, air. COUNTRYSIDE Mobile Estates Garden City, Kansas 2901 N. 8th 276-2688 or 276-6834 BRIAR HILL Also Custom Built by excellent- contractor. Large lot. Open beam ceiling in kitchen and breakfast room. H«s formal dining room. Wood burning fireplace. Central Air. Now unoccupied. Priced light. $7,500.00 Is the total price of 4 bedroom house in good condition on corner Ipt, paved streets, large storage shed. A lot of living for a small Goldsberry BR 6-2416 11 Miller 276-3813 MEMBER MULTI-LIST THREE BEDROOM home out edge of city limits. Has rent property to make payments. Price has reduced $400. 276-24«2. —F12 I price. SCOTT REALTORS N. Main 276-8282 Charles Hager 276-7504 member multi-Hit SUBURBIA H«re's • 4 bedroom home in Hoi- comb on a very large lot.' FHA maximum loan to right couplet Full fin. bsmt, $17,000. big double garage. en \ 3I7N.715SI. REAL" BR 6-8442* Eve. BR 6-3117 Stuart 5-4322 Nelson 6-7311 Meinert 6-7949 — Larson 6-2681 member multi-list ENGINEER One of the largest manufacturers of cattle- feeding equipment presently ha» an opening for the right person with a B.S. in;mechanical or agricultural, engineering or two years education in pre-engineering and six years experience in related mechanical engineering field., Responsibilities would include equipment design and drafting. Excellent wages, steady employment, plus liberal, benefits including paid medical and dental insurance, retirement and stock purchase plan. Applicants may call 316-276-7681 or apply at: OSWALT DIVISION BUTLER MFG. CO. North Highway 83 Garden City, Kansas an equal opportunity employer m/f , How to Shorten Life Span By ROBERT PETERSON AND HENRY SCHMIDT You too cam look older, 30 years older, if you want. Hene's how to add yeara to your life and looks: 1. Worry about all the mistakes of the past. This will realy furrow your brow, because it is such a IrustPafting thimg. Nothing can bring back yesterday (whether iit was »ood or bad) and all you can do is stew and stew, runintog up your blood pressure, tying your nerves in knots, uniil you become a lonely, friendless oldster. 2. Worry over future problems tbait may possibly happen or may not happen ait all. 3. Brood over actual or maiginairy slights from Mends and family. Plan revenge. 4. Decide, when you reach a certain age, that you are arbitrarily "too old" for the things you've been doing regulairiy, like bicycling, golf, Sunday School teaching, a daily job. 5. Borrow trouble with each physical symptom. Each headache, make into a brain tumor, with each brief pain call it the beginning of cancer. Don't (if you want to age quickly) consult an expert; just 'fret and imagine the worst. 6. Think about how tired you are. Let your shoulders droop, the corner of your mouth turn down habitually. 7. Condemn every new idea, style and custom, dose your mind to progress. Accept no new activity. Do not study or learn, anything new. There are other ways, to be sure, but these will help you to age pretty last and give any determined wrinkle-candidate a good start. * * * A READER WRITES: — Tell your older live-aloners wlw read your column that they should keep a pet in the house or" apartment with them .Since I have gotten a collie dog to keep me company, I feel less lonely. There is mystique about caring lor something alive that makes people forget their own problems a bit more and git a. new lease on lile. Before (having the pet, I hardly heard the sound of my voice in my home, because I always felt so silly talking to myself. Now, I toailk to my dog and that seems, perfectly natural ANSWER: - Gtaaat! Not only does a pet ease the .lone* liiness of ifchose who live alone, but it brings them in touch will other people. One of the best ways to meet peopls is to walk a dog through the park. Doctors will say too, that having a pet forces you to lead a more active life, eat better meals and get more exercise. But the real health-giving quality pets can provide is th« affection they lavish on the person who cards for them. There is no batter tonic than a joyous bark, or « playful meow, as any pet owner knows. REPOSSESSED MOB'ILE home. 1960 Richardson Custom. 10 x 63, 2 bedroom. Universal OIT, 276-9394. —F12 TODAY IN HISTORY i EversShot To Death By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, June 12, the 163rd day of 1971. There are 202 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On ifihis date in 1665, the city of New York was incorporated under British law. '• On this date: In 1630, the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Co., John Winthrop, sailed into the harbor of Salem. In 1838, the Territory of Iowa was organized. In 183»—if legend is to be believed — Aimer Doubled'ay created a new ball game at Cooperstown, N.Y. He called it baseball. In 1940, Japanese planes •bombed Chungking, China. In 1943, the Trans-Canadian Highway Was opened to traffic. In 1963, civil rights leader Medgar W. Evers was shot to death in Jackson, Miss. Ten years agio — U.N. Secretary-General Dag Ham- miflmkjold said a political crisis in the Congo appeared to be 6ver and the United Nations would lend that country $10 million. Five years ago — Former So viet Premier Nikita Klirusih- chev made a rare public appearance when he showed up at a Moscow polling station to vote. , One year ago — The United States arranged an air evacuation from Amman, Jordan as government troops fought Pa* lesitiiuan gmerrillafi in the city. - ' "I SubletteMan Earns Flag Prize A Sulbldtitie manL is on« of six Kansas Republicans who have won special American flags for ewMsibinig >fjhe greatest number of subscriptions to Kansas Scene, the Republican partySs publication, during a recent subscription campaign. Robert Orth is tlhe winner in District I. H« will receive a flag wihnidh is special because it has been flown over the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Cong. Keith Sebelius will present the to Orth June 14, Flag Day. Republican State Chairman WiMiam Palsitad, Predonia, announced that the two Republican senators and four Republican Congrisssmen from Kansas would present {lags to the winners. .Slogan for the subscription, campaign was "Fly our Fdag Piroudly!" Convicted in Murder Case KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) A Wyandiotte County District Court jury Friday convicted Gary Lee Wheeler, 21, of Bonner Springs, of first-degree murder in the November ;27 slaying of Sylvester M. Milli- giam, 57, in the victim's Bonner Springs home. The jury of seven men and five women assessed a life sentence. Although Wheeler denied any connection with the slaying, he was implicated by Jimmy Charles Gowey, 18, also of Bonner Springs, who pleaded guilty February 3 to first-degree murder in MMgan's deaitih and was sentenced to life imprisonment, Alaska has 7,123 mile® of road*.

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