Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 10, 1962 · Page 12
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CLASSIFIED Mln. charge any ad 48e t day, per word 6c 3 days, per word ISe 6 days, per word 24c 26 days, per word 90c Less 10 per cent for cosh irt advanet DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. 7—Help Wanted 1—Special Notices If Your Telegram boesrVt Arrlvo By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Cftfl 8R 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Residents ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, I p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctly •anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR 6-701L ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. -Itf 5—Business Services CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling serv ce. S a t i s f action guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7314, 505 N. 13th. Garden City. —F-12 HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol -tery cleaning. Waiters Janitov Service, BR 6-3611. 7tf ROTO SPADING—Hav» your q«rJ»n plots, flow»r gardens, «te. tpaded this fall for batter qardtns n.xt spring. Can do your work aft»r 4 p.m. and wBotandt. Reasonable. Call BR 6-7518. _ff NEED a plumber? Contrasting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, ?.6fll N Main. BR 6-7870 -lltf UNWED Mothers confidential help. Kansa s Childrens Service 1825 Maple, Wichita, Kansas.—10 PERSONAL: Jane, please come home. I have talked with Equity Federal Credit Union and find that if I make application for the now car loan, we will be able to live together on my pay check and drive a new car. Love, Joe. —10 FRED SALINAS Yard Service, lawn planting and roto-tilling work. BR 6-7500. —31 WAITRESS wanted morning shift. Apply in person. Jade Cafe. -Stf WANTED — Lunch counter waitress between ages of 20 and 35. Apply in persqn at Woolworth Company. . -11 TWO WAITRESSES and one fry cook. Apply at Five Points Cafe. —15 DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Nes§ City area. Write gram. All replies Box K-912 confidential. The Tele- -Itf 8—Situations Wonted WILL keep your children in your home while you are out of town; Experienced! References! BR 6-3152. —Stf IRONINGS wanted. Call Glena Patterson BR 6-7127. —10 WANT IRONINGS atvT daytime baby sitting my home in Hoi- comb area; BR 6-6567. —15pd faqe 12 Garden City Tolcgrttm Wednesday, October 10, 1962 12—-Farmers Wants & Serv. FOR SALE - Two used 605 Minneapolis Moline engines. 1 2-3 used gearhead. Call us tod,\y. Kansas [rrigation Engine Co., FLanders 6-2307. — 13tf WANTED — Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauling, bundled feed hauling and stacking, ensilage hauling. - ill Eugene Mason, BR 6-6571. —29tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR Carol Burnett Summer Success Question on Outlook Steel Production Drops 6-7896. —20 By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Social nr.fc: Carol Burnett, Hollywood High School, class of '51, was back in (own. Miss Burnett was also UCLA, class of '55, but she never quite made it to the sheepskin, show | th ji m : By SAM DAWSON Ap Business N*w$ Analyst NEW YORK (AP) -,Steelmen of I are debating the question i prices for the second tinje in | six months. | In April the question was wheth- j er prices could be raised. After a i trial of a couple of da'ys, it was decided it wasn't politic to raise Kaiser Steel cut prices at its big mill in Southern California to bring them down almost to the Midwestern mills s*id they would, too. Whaf iHelmen are debating is level of eastern lists. The West I f ie ^ er ** West C ??*i s ,! e ? 1 '" . . ... , ! is a local matter—a fight between always hag had to pay more for biz interceded. As any student of the television art knows, Carol is the putty-faced zany who romped to the heights ENSILAOE for sale. Pasture for! of success as Garry Moore's irre- rent. Frank Eichorn, BR fl- t Possible buddy. Sh e ba s the 35G5. — 15pd j -Emmies to show for it. She also has the beginnings of a serious fortune now that she is off on her own. She went out this summer "with much trepidation" on the Carol Burnett Show, play' .„ m " i ' n « b 'g outdoor stadiums as well WANT TO RENT or lease by j as the Las Vegas big time. WANTED — Custom hay work, wire tie baler; BR 6-4603. —20 13—Want to Rent 9—For Rent THREE, CLEAN, apartment, North 10th. bath. large room adults; 618 -2tf October 30 — 2 or 3 bedroom, | clean, nice, well located house. Garage or carport if possible. Will consider all offers. Write Box N-915 % The Telegram. THREE BEDROOM house, full basemen.!, $115 per month. Call BR 6-9937. —10 LOVELY SLEEPING-room. fine home, front entrance, close-in. Lady or gentlema.i preferred. Dial 6-6911. —11 SEWING MACHINE repairs, ail makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. -18U NEED an electrician? Call 6-4568 Davy Jester. -Itf 2—Miscellaneous WE PAY $1 cash If any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. —21ti CASH IN ON the big Fall and Christmas Selling Season. Represent Avon in your neighborhood. Write Box 797 or call BR 6-3524 Garden City, Sat.. Oct. 13 after 4 p.m. 291-St FOR SALE - 30:06 Remington Gamemaster. model 760, S85 Phone BR 6-4004. —6tf FOR SAiLE: Baby bed and buggy; BR 6-3877. —u keep it clean SERVICE QUALITY DEPENDABILITY STREETER CLEANERS 628 8th Phone 6-3481, 291-H! SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Bacfchoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirf BR 6-3771 1206 6. Fulton G.rd.n City George Smith 73-tf TOP soil for yards, deliverer DiaJ BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. 31^ COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at 5th and Fulton. Call BP 6-3512 -9tf HOUSE FOR RENT — 2 bedroom basement and garage. $95.03 month. B.R 6-5204 —11 15—Farm Machinery FOR SALE: 1959 No. 92 14' Massey Ferguson combine. $3,$250.00; 1961 Super 92 16' Massey Ferguson, cut less than 500 acres, $5,500.00; also 2 Chevrolet trucks, 49 and 50, both with hoists, 13.6 grain beds and new engines. Write Richard Htixman Box 127, Ulica, Kansas or call (during'the da'y) Whitney Motor Company, Phone 52, Uti'ca. —16 What did she pick up? A bundle of money from smash business, a new reputation for being able (o carry the load as a single. Oh, yes, she also picked up a Nevada divorce from Don Sarv&n. To climax her triumph, Carol was here to star on a Jack Benny show, playing a mad Jane to .Tack's Tarzan. Carol crime down from her vine-swinging long Today the question i s whether prices can be maintained. Most steelmen say they can They base their hopes on an expected rise of orders for Novem] ber. Good new s from the auto industry is a strong argument. And the high cost of making steel dampens any ardor for competitive price cutting. Most steel executives say prices must go up sooner or later. But last week saw two developments that have some outside the steel industry wondering. 1. Steel production turned down after a three-weeks advance in the face of predictions it would continue to rise. 2. West Coast steel prices were trimmed. And there was sharp division of opinion as to what this might do to eastern prices. The drop in production came in all areas except thos e around enough to reflect on hcr°change i Cleveland, Detroit and Cincin- of status. "Some people it wrong ROOM for two junior college boys. Inquire at 510 N. 9th. ' -9tf TWO bedroom furnished house, 1501 North Main, after 6 p.m. —11 II— Real Estate FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. _E. Bader, BR 6-4671. _9tf BUILDING; remodeling; sheet rocking and finishing; plumbing; concrete Work for patios, sidewalks and drives; laying block for yard walls, and general repairing; sewer cleaning with electric rooter.'Call C.W. Brecheisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trad* Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laur.l BR 6-7741 228-TF 16—Livestock, Pets. Poultry- FOR SALE - Feeder vgs and calves; BR 6-3635. —11 18—Household Needs SINGER sewing machine, late model, reverse stifcli, $5.00 per month or $35 cash. Can be seen in Garden City. Write Box 607, Liberal, Kansas. —7 FOR SALE — Used Ken more automatic washer. BR 6-5341.—10 about how I left, Garry," she remarked. "A few reports made it sound like a benevolent s-off— that he was getting rid ol me. "It wasn't that way at all. I went to him last year und said I thought after four seasons that it.was time fcr me to leave and see if I could make it on my own. Garry was very sweet and understanding. He sale. h e would like me to stay, but he knew how I felt. He said that he once had to decide to leave Jimmy Durante." Having proved herself on tfie summer tour, Carol i s branching out in all directions. She'll be firing some television specials this season,' including "Calamity • fnilO • fi*r\»t\ t-ltn ft I _i T~\,-..J_ r-\ . FOR SALE by owner — 3Vs year old 4 bedroom, large living room, large kitchen, carport and patio. Excellent school location. Phone BR 6-7204. —10 6-3874. —lOtf 6—Good Things To Sot FOR SALE 640 acres sandhill grassland. Seeded with government grass mixture. $10 per acre. j 960 acres excellent buffalo j TOMATOES, | and beets j across from I rant. SWEET potatoes at Peter Harris, Flamingo Restau- —15tf 7— Help Wanted BREAKFAST cook. Midway Cafe. -23tf j EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. —12tf WAITRESS WANTED - Apply Shermans Grill. -2tf LOST area, Call Pam City. BABY SITTER in my home. Call i BR 6-3772 before 6 p.m.. ask i for Betty. _4tf ! HAVE OPENING~for married ' . man with responsibility. Must! ; be hard worker and not satisfied | I wit h less than $100 per week. Ap- BILLFOLD, Downtown plication held strictly confiden- with papers. Reward! ! Hal- Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second ONE HOUR service, dry clean only, 8 pounds $1.75 at the Garden City Laundry and Cleaners Inc. _ 10 3—Lost. Found, Strayed grass, good fenced. water supply, well New 3 bedroom house, port. wilh car HOLMES REALTY 308 Davis Pho. BR 6-3930 Garden City, Kansas TWO PIECE light oak veneer I Jane" from the old" Doris Day bedroom suite and springs, like | movie. There is talk of movies new; natural gas iLor .-rnacs, i for her, and she has signed for 65,000 BTU. Call BR c-4028. | a Jules Styne musical of Broad^ 70,000 BTU new Standard heaters with cast iron b u r r? e r, thermostat, blower and automatic sQiutoff, $137.50. V.O. Ward Furniture. —11 j way next season based book "The Unfair Sex." on the fn August 1962, the U.S. population passed the 187-nri 11 i o n mark. STRATO-Lounger better type chairs, $69.50. V.O. Ward Furniture. —41 SLIGHTLY used spinet piano available for immediate sale at'substantial reduction. For details contact Clark Music Co., 409 N. 8th, Garden City, Ks.—10 20—Autos and Trucks NEW 19—Wearing Apparel RAMBLER TRADE-INS FOR SALE — Full length light gray fur coat, BR 63103. —10 20—Autos and Trucks 1959 Ford 6 $995 4-door Custom sedan. Straight i jured. nati. In most cases the cutbacks were minor. But they kept output from rising as hoped, better than eo per cent of unofficial estimates of steel production capacity. Thanks largely to booming business in January,- February and March, steel output for the year to date still runs nicely ahead of 1961. which was plaigued 'by an industrial recession. Steelmen think November business should be better for them. For one thing, they think that by then the auto industry surely will be increasing its orders. Auto output and sales have been encouragingly healhty but the industry appears to have built up a bigger stock of steel than the mills had thought and auto orders for the metal haven't jumped. At best, though, steelmen look for only a moderate increase in demand the rest of this year. The question raised bv the drop in steel prices on the West Coast is another matter. 11 Die in Train Crash WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Warsaw-Vienna Express crashed into a derailed express from Budapest south of Warsaw Tuesday night. Transport Ministry officials said at least 11 persons were Wiled and more than 50 in- steel, largely becuse of shipping costs. Now Kaiser, U.S. Steel and Bethlehem have mills in the West. And Japanese mills are exporting lower priced metal to the area. Big Steel and Bethlehem quickly met Kaiser's new price and some American steel companies for the market and against increasing steel imports. Or could the price cut mean that flagging demand and increasing competition from other materials and from foreign steel—on either coasi^-will spur juggling of prices in other areas? 291-lt WANT TO BUY from owner older 2 or 3 bedroom house. Inquire at 1307 A Street. —I3pd Tlo—Mobile Homes Hutchins, s; Scott —11 or Box J-911 The Telegram. -Itf 4—Personal Services DON SLAUGHTER - Representative of The Bankers Life and Casualty Company "The White Cross Plan" Announcing new guaranteed renewable policies Phone BR -s-7797. Box 841. Garden City Kansas DISHWASHER wanted. Shermans Grill. Apply -Stf ASCS office, Hudson and E. Fulton, Garden City, is now accepting applications for field measuring work a s reporter. Must have car and farm experience. Apply at the office between —30 OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon 50' x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. <•• only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE — 1962 Fn-- 5 Farm Truck, 15 ft. grain bed and under body hoist. Two speed axle. Call Mrs. Loretta Ramsey. Wichita, Kansas, AM 5-1341 8 ge.ars. One owner. Clean. I960 Rambler $1495 At least 16 coaches of the two fast international trains left j the rails, blocking the Warsaw- Prague-Vienna main line. The nationalities of "the casual- a.m. to 10 p.m. —11 pel Ulyssss, Ks. FL 6-1414 _____ 285-ri; NEW and used trailers. Best buys. Al's Trailer Court and Sales. U.S. 50 West -lOpd ' WHEN IT'S TIME TOTR/^DE. . It's time To See Us for an Auto Loan! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 'You Have a Friend at The Fidelity" . , — , i,i ±ll v aiiujuucum'ca ui me 4-door. Completely overhauled i u es c ould not be learned Automatic transmission. Radio, I diately. Officials said the num- heatar. Whitewall tires. One i ber of dead and wou - led might | go higher. 1 ^, • | owner. Clean. i j I960 Plymouth fury . . $1595 : Golden Commando motor. 2- Idoor hardtop. Whitewall tires. | R a d i o, heater. Automatic I transmission. One owner. \ Clean. 1962 12—Farmers Wonts & Serv. FOR SALE - li)6 ° Fairlnne 500, Rambler $2095 289-6t Like n.sw. Sold and serviced by us. 9 months old. Automatic CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 4246. 6-5890 or 6—J-10 standard shift; BR G-5272 afte —13 CUSTOM MILO ruttng, five combines. Ralph 6-6107. Greathouse. BR -22t? Properties offered by the .. (-/at-den of* f\eaff fo/y 10% DOWN Two-bedroom. MEMBfcRS Heinemann Ag»ncy Kisn»r and Son Jasse Scott Don falliy Atherton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract LEGAL* all carpstad, very very clean .. . $11,000.00 Two bedroom-basement, naw paint ;;•••••• J11,ooo.oo Inree-bsdroom-basement, high school J r " $12,400.00 Take over present loan, $1,750.00 down, both 3-bedroom, one has batement. Atherton Sfallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 I E. Fulton BR 6-5262 ^rKnCtvMnn ^Ti'WW $500 DOWN! Closing costi are all that is required Jo mova into this 7th. St 3-bedroom home. $105 month includes taxes, insurance, principal and interest. Must sell quick) AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. j 8R 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 j'l4 UNIT MOTEL i Complete with I ; cellent return on investment. 'balance at 5% interest. Also, 2-bedroom home far rent! JE55tStOIT REALTORS 10T t. FULTON (Published in the Ciardnn Oity T.VI>'- STiini October 10. 11. 12, 13 alui icHh NOTICE TO VOTERS DAY AND NIGHT KKUISTKATIOX Tlift ivsl.strutioii books of the City of Garden City, Kan.-wi.s, will bo opi'h in the City ClcrU'.s offici- ut all luifi- necs hours and during 1 tin- noon liniir and until 8:00 each night from October 22 to Octoher UG, 196:2 liuth in- rlusivi!. Reyi.stratioj) books will rln.»e at 9:00 .p.m. on October 26. 1962 and will remain closed until aftor tlio General Kli'Ction to be held November 6. 1962. fflAS II. P10KBLKH City Olprk Officials said ]] coaches the Warsaw-bound express from ' Budapest left the track when the train hit some broken rails'. Two of the coaches blocked the southbound track. Moments later, the ..juthbound express for Vienna hit the wreckage at 60 miles an hour. Officials would not comment on the possibility that saboteurs or vandals had removed sections of the track on the northbound line. But the chief district prosecutor went from Lodz to the scene. The week occurred at Moszc- transmission, radio, heater. | n . zenica, about halfway between ' lllT. . -rr i « t rt ,» dividual seats. Low mileage. White Five Points Motor i Warsaw and Katowice in Southern Poland. Workmen spent the night cutting apart twisted steel coaches and moving injured passengers to hospitals in nearby towns. AH ambulances in the district were pressed into service. Company, Inc. 720 Jones 290-2t ! Fort Meade, Fla., is named for Gen. George G. Meade, who while still a second lieutenant, , was asked to find the site of an ; old Indian fort n a m e d Fort- I Clinch. .When he found it, his com' mantling officer named it for him. Ex- down, Real Estate Looking For REAL ESTATE? Look First To A REALTOR! Ev«. Kent Erickion BR 6-7784 L O O K at this 2-bedroom horn* with t basement. Located in quiet neighborhood. Furniture arrangement is easy in rooms this siie. Has new forced air unit. Also double garage. $1 1,500.00 Call Now! Be Safe ... fie Sure... Always Buy From A ... REALTOR! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 3 bedroom I year old with i 5 points business location. Can '< If you would like to build a carport — real cute. Close to be adapted to almost any type , new home, let us show you school. A real steal at $9500. of business. Will finance. ; this choice 40 acres close to town on highway 50. It has levelled and is in corn , f |f ba|flnce fop wheaf> ,11 i u ,i ' own on gway 3 bedroom I year old-north 90 x 1 25 vacant lot-northside. ! been levelled and s.de. Attached garage-excal- 1 . lent school location. Over ^f^ 0 ^; 1 ^ 100 sq. ft. living space atl-f'S'UU par month, well locat- i ed. $5500.00. $11,000.00. Fine Suburban 3 home. New, large We think you will like this one. On • . Real good terms. A real nice house west side, bedroom; Acre tracts in northeast P art lhas two lar ? e bedrooms, liy tract ground. Exceptionally well finished. town - payments. 2 bedroom with basement on 5 bedroom with 2 baths double garage. West side. Can finance. 6th. Double garage, d "d and sprinkling system. carpet ing room, dining room, kitchen, bath. Covering on all floors. 160 acres of good irrigated land in 8 miles of Garden City. 8" pump. Part of this land has KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 Dandy 3 bedroom \{ baths on ; been machine levelled is now j I Oth St. Also room , can be used for offics. $7750.00. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY 1 f h ° e ° adp . bu '' lding '° t$ n milo, switch grass, alfalfa and wheat. { of the minerals go. Better look at this. i for sale ; BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 288-TF Only Completely Frost-Free in the Refrigerator. Completely Frost-Free in the 174 Ib. Freezer. 1 7 Lb. Meat Keeper keeps even homburo*r tresh 7 days without freezing. Plus — Cold Injector Cooling, Dual Temperature Control, Flexible Shelving, Porcelain Crisper, Cheese and Butter Compartment, available in colors and @) Built-in Quality. SEE WESTINGHOUSE ITEMS IN OCT. READER'S DIGEST — PARENTS - LOOK McCALL'S — JOURNAL KNOLL APPLIANCE AND FURNITURE 2031 N. 8th St. Garden City, Ks. Pho. BR 6-5641 CROSSWORD--- By Eugene Sbeffer HORIZONTAL 41. bark cloth 43. behold! 44. an arachnid 47. young 1 boy 48. fish 50. Indian weight 51. blackbird 22. seep S3. beetle 55. color 5T. foe 58. inclination VKBTICAI, 1. Swiss cottage 2. Middle Easterner 3. Italian coin 4. printer's measure 5. beautiful young women 6. baby'tt bed T. exclama. tion fo-io 8. English school 9. identical 10. gazes 11. boxe* 13. wear away 16. anakeljk* Jfish. 23. cut o/f 26. uncooked 27.be lndabU4 28. lively 30. bird Bound 31. feniinin« name 34. city in Montana. 35. Wrd 36. wage 37. one enjoying] cruelty S8. furnished with glas* 39. warble 42. cooking utensil 45. Clique 46. singer: —— Smith 4 8. painful 49. wind Instrument 54. printer 1 * A rent* Uo>« •! wlttloa: M nlaatiu. .measure (O 1952. King Feature* Syud , Inc.) 56. conjunction Answer to yeit«rday*i puule. J. Biblical name 6. game of skill 11. tomb of saint 12. revolve 14. sandstone 15. meadow 17. Khayyam IS. medieval lyric poem 19. guided 20. Roman emperor 21. note in scale 22. measure* for cloth 24. man's nickname 25. razor straps 29. enclose 32. solemn wonder S3. electrified particle 34. arbors 37. absorbent 40. Abraham'* birthplace UXCQLZKZTZJYOCO UJLRB CQUC KRZKTR TJLR YXCRLROCYXJ Cttlc "** LIKBD

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