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CLASSIFIED MIn. charge any ad 48e 1 day, per word *c 3 days, per word tfic 6 days, per word 24c 26 days, per word Me Less 10 per cent for cash in advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. Page 8 f>nr<Icn f'lly Telegram Thursday, October 11, 1962 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 6-7814, 505 N. 13th, Garden City. — F-12 1—Special Notices If Your TeTegram Doesn't Arrlv* By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Can BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Residents iLCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Meeting every Thursday, I p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctiy anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR 6-7011. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please , send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. —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 sheli 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. 291-3t FOR SALE — 30:06 Remington Gamemaster, model 760, $85. Phone BR 6-4004. —6tf 2—Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Balyy bed and buggy; BR 6-3977. —13 keep it clean LINT-FREE "CLING-FREE" CLEANING STREETER CLEANERS 628 8th Phone 6-3481 292-H SIX HORSE Wisconsin engine, excellent condition. Will sell or trade for bench drill presc. BR 6-5880. —13 FIOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol ,tery cleaning. Whiters .Tanitov Service, BR 6-3611. 7tf ROTO SPADING—Havt your garden plots, flower gardens, etc, spaded this fall for better gardens next spring. Can do your work after 4 p.m. and weekends. Reasonable. Call BR 6-7518. — tf NEED a plumber? Contracting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating. 2601 N. Main. BR G-7870. -lltf FRED. SALINAS Yard Service, lawn planting and roto-tilling work. BR 6-7500. —31 8—-Situations Wanted SEWING MACHINE repairs, ail makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. -18tf SO LITTLE to pay ... try ti today. Blue Lustre Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner. McClung and Payne. —11 KEN-BARBIE beautifully made I clothes, 25c - $2.00. Gayle Clau-! sen, 1307 North Main. —13 i FOR SALE — Wheel chair, good condition, BR 6-3980. —13 SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane'Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden City George Smith 73-tf 'TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sail,) Company. —31'.? 3—Lost, Found, Strayed ZENITH HEARING AIDS and BATTERIES For All Hearing Aids. Don's Service 8th & Laurel 284-H LOST BILLFOLD, -Jov/ntown ( area, with papers. Reward! Call Pam Hutchins, 8v Scott City. —11 LOST — Reading glasses, dark j plastic frames. Possibly at Ben j Grimsley gym or between there and 1223 Pinecrest; BR 6-7704. —13 FOUND — Brown Dachshund male puppy. Contact Alvis or Pat Cleere, 1803 Chesterfield Drive; BR 6-6900 after 5:30. —11 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 6-3874. -lotf ft—Good Things To Eat TOMATOES, SWEET potatoes and beets at Peter Harris, across from Flamingo Restaurant. ' —istf COME PICK your tomatoes $1.50 per bushel. Whiteheads on West Maple. —13 4—Personal Services DON SLAUGHTER - Representative of The Bankers Life and Casualty Company "The White Cross Plan". Announcing new guaranteed renewable policies. Phone BR si-7797, Box 841, Garden City. Kansas. —T3tf. CEMENT POTTERY for winter 5 _ Bu si n ess Services plants, discount prices. LeClere's Cement-Craft, 2 miles west on Highway 50. NEED an electrician? Cal] 6-4568 —13 Davv Jester -Itf POTATOES — Irish cobblers, field run, $1.50 per sack. Opposite Drive in Theatre. —17 7—Help Wanted New Oakland Full Circulating Heater with Thermo Pilot Fan 45,000 BTU $199.95 Discontinued Damaged & Floor Samples Reg. Sale $139.95 New, Oakland 65,000 BTU $219.95 $149.95 New 30" Philco Deluxe Range $354.95 $179.95 New 12 Cu. Ft. Philco Freezer Upright $229.95 $161.00 New 15 Cu. Ft. Philco Freezer Upright $429.95 $227.00 REPOSSESSION Take Over Payments TV's—BEDROOM SUITES LIVING ROOM SUITES TV USED Lamps $11.95 Prioa Big Mullin Furniture BR 6-3302 EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. —12tf WAITRESS Shermans Grill. BABY SITTER in my home. Call BR 6-3772 before 6 p.m., ask for Betty. —4tf HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Must be hard worker and not satisfied with less than $100 per week. Application held strictly confidential. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second or Box J-911 % The Telegram. -Itf DISHWASHER wanted. Apply Shermans Grill. _stf MAN WANTED — Age 18 to 30. Start as floor man — work up to manager-trainee. Possibilities for good advancement to right man. Apply in person to manager of Duckwalls, Garden City. —12 WAITRESS wanted morning shift. Apply in person. Jade Cafe. -Stf WANTED — Lunch counter waitress between ages of 20 and 35. Apply in person at Woolwbfth Company. —n TWO WAITRESSES and one fry cook. Apply at Five Points Cafe. —15 207 Main 292-3ti DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Nus s City area. All replies confidential. Write Box K-912 % The Tele- Sram. —itt Properties offered by the . . . L/arde of r^ MEMBERS Heinemann Agency Kisner and Son Jesse Scott Don Tallev Atherton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract ,WILL keep your children in your home while you are out of town; Experienced! References! RR 6-3152. —5lf WANT IRONINGS ami daytime baby sitting my home in Holcomb area; BR 6-6567. —15pd V—For Rent LOVELY SLEEPING-room, fine home, front entrance, close-in. Lady or gentlemh.i preferred. Dial 6-6911. —11 COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at 5th and Fulton Call BP 6-3512 . -9U HOUSE FOR RENT — 2 bedroom basement and garage. $95.00 month. BR 6-5204. —11 15—Farm Machinery ROOM for two junior college boys. Inquire at 510 N. 9th. -9t£ TWO bedroom furnished house, 1501 North Main, after 6 p.m. —11 TWO NEW three bedroom houses for rent. Built in stove and oven, no basement or garage, $85 per month; BR 6-3197. —11 11—Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE- Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trads Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 228-TF WANT TO BUY from owner~ older 2 or 3 bedroom house. Inquire at 1307 A Street. —13pd FOR SALE 2 Bedroom home, wall to wall carpet in bedrooms and living room and hall. All rooms paneled in wood. Lots of closet space. Forced Air heating, Garage, and Car port, 18,750.00. 3 Bedroom home, wall to wall carpet in two bedrooms and living room, Garage, $12,000.00. 2 Acres with three bedroom Modern home, fenced, some small out buildings, South of River, $4,000.00. 2 Bedroom Home, Car port, 100 foot frontage, nice fruit trees nice lawn, $8,000.00. DORA E. LONG AGENCY 317 N. Seventh Street EARL BARTON SALESMAN & AUCTIONER Phone BR 6-7231 292-TF lid—Mobile Homes OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon BO 1 x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 285-tf 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 6-5890 or 64246. —J-10 CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22tf WANT TO BUY — 500 or 1000 bushel grain bin. Robert Patterson, BR 6-7127. —13 FOR SALE — Two used 605 Minneapolis Moline engines. 1 2-3 used gearhead. Call us today. Kansas Irrigation Engine Co., FLanders 6-2307. —13tf 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 Huxman Box 127, Utica, Kansas or call (during the da'y) Whitney Motor Company, Phone 52, Utica. —16 20—Autos and Tracks FOR SALE — 1954 Baldwin combine on LP, very good, $2300.00; 1952 John Deere R with cab, hydraulics, $1700.00; 1951 John Deere R with cab, $1300.00; 1948 IHC W9-LP with hydraulics, $650.00. We have moved to. 901 East Fulton. Merrill Implement Company, Garden City, Kansas. —13 16 —Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE — Feeder pigs and calves; BR 6-3635. -11 18—Household Needs 70,000 BTU new Standard heaters with cast iron burner, thermostat, blower and automatic s'hutoff, $137.50. V.O. Ward Furniture. —11 STRATO-Lotmger better type chairs, $69.50. V.O. Ward Furniture. Close Outs! Carpet Remnants All Sizes Wool—Nylon—Cotton 1 / 2 Price! WOOL 2'4" x 3' 2'M"x2'8" 2'4" x 6' 4'7" x I5'l" 3'4" x 5'7" 2'3" x 27" 8' x 8'5" 5'5" x 5'5" NYLON ID'S" x7'6" 4'9" x 4' 2'IO" x 7'9" 4'I" x 7'4" 3' x5' COTTON 57" x 7'9" Big M Mullin Furniture BR 6-3302 207 Main 292-3t FOR SALE — Divan and chair, $25. BR 6-4402. —12 WANTED - Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauling, bundled feed hauling and stacking, ensilage hauling. ^ nil Eugene MasQn, BR 6-6571. —29tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR 6-789G. . —20 ENSILAGE for sale. Pasture for rent. Frank Eichorn, BR 33565. —15pd TEMP-MASTER gas range, $75, 302 North 2nd; BR 6-6626. -13 FOR SALE — Kenmore Automatic washer; complete bed; BR 6-3968. —13pd FOUR POSTER, solid cherry, bed with mattress and springs; chest of drawers' with mirror; 3 cushion upholstered divan; Frigi- daire dryer; Hotpoint Electric stove; BR 6-3920. —13 WE HAVE four new transistorized Spinet organs, nationally known brand, on sale for $850.00, bench included. For details contact Clark Music Co., 409 N. 8th, Garden City, Ks. —4 20—Autos and Trucks WANTED — Custom hay work, wire tie baler; BR 6-46'03. —20 13—Want to Rent OUIET LOCATION A stucco you have always admired. Carpeted 15 x 24 living room with piano nook. Two bedrooms—basement has sleeping space, too. Largs kitchen. Excellent East location. You'll like at $13,500.00. Lots east of Center—$25.00 front foot. Curbing paid. Atherfon Stallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 I E. Fulton BR 6-5262 GI'S We will build your new 3-bedroom, full basement home. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Attached garage, built- in everything! Several new Gl approved plans off the drawing boards. If you are an eligible Gl, call: ***%&$/ ^k Real Estate AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 gj§.> New 3-bedroom brick. l£ baths. Full basement. Attachad garage. Finest school location. SI 5,500.00 Also 2-bedroom home for rent. Looking For REAL ESTATE? Look First REALTOR! JEttESCOIT REALTORS 107 E.FUtTON OR 6-3134 buc-&tu WANT TO RENT or lease by October 30 — 2 or 3 bedroom, clean, nice, well located house. Garage or carport if possible. Will consider all offers. Write Box N-915 r .'o Tlie Telegram. -4tf FOR SALE — 1962 Fo-» Farm Truck! 15 ft. grain bed and under body hoist. Two speed axle. Call Mrs. Loretta Ramsey, Wichita, Kansas, AM 5-1341 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. —llpd WHEN IT'S TIME TO TRADE. . . It's time To See Us for an Auto Loan! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK "You Have a Friend at The Fidelity" 289-6t FOR SALE - 1960 Falrlane 500, standard shift; BR 6-5272 after «. —13 FOR SALE — 1946 Ford coupe, good condition; BR 6-4654 or BR 6-4633 after 6. . —13 20o—Motorcycles & Bicycles FOR SALE — Boys red 26" bicycle, good condition; BR 6-5640. —11 LEGAL* (Published In the Garden City Telegram October 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15th 1962) NOTICE TO VOTERS DAT AND NIQHT REGISTRATION The registration books of the City of Garden City, Kansas, will be open in the City Clerk's office at all business hour a and during the noon hour and until" 9:00 each night from October 22 to October 26, 1962 both inclusive. Registration books will close at 9:00 p.m. on October 26, 1962 and will remain closed until after the General Election to be held November 6, 1962. CHAS R. PEBBLES City Olerk (Published In The Garden City Telegram Oct. 11 and 18, 1962.) DELINQUENT Personal Tax for 1961 Taxes Harold Allen, 1208 Mulberry, Garden City, Kans. 1.22 A.L. Armstrong, 401% N. 8tti St. Garden City, Kans. 69.04 Allen Arndt, 306 Anderson, Ga< ^n City, Kans. W.78 Jaine Austin, 612 W. Fulton, Garden City. Kann. 2.75 Bob Baker, % O.C. Hicks Rt. 1, Garden City, Kans. 6.92 Eston L. Barber, 310 Washington, Garden City, Kans. 10.41 Don Barr, 401 N. 9th, St., Garden City, Kans. ai.34 Nick L. Boltran, 1208 Mulberry, Garden City, Kans. 2.75 Ted Bird, S. Star Rt. Garden City, Kans. ' 25.28 Blue Room, 113 N. Main, Garden City, Kans. 52.76 Clara E. Bran, 1607 E. Fulton, Garden City, Kans. 35.78 James W. Brock, 506 N. 10th., Gar. den City Kans. 14.67 James H. Brown. 1204 E. Chestnut, Garden City, Kans. 9.31 Bobby J. Coug-hly, 1011 N. llth, Garden Cityn Kans. 14.28 Harold J. Cobb, 208 N. 1st, Garden Olty, Kans. 22.00 Jamea S. Colemain. 201 W. Fair, Gar- dennCity Kans. 4.61 Gary N. Conard, 1204 Pafkwood. Garden City, Kanfl. 36.98 Clark Crowell, 920 N. 9th, Garden City, Kans. 10.86 Leroy I. Davis. 312 Evans, Garden City, Kans. 9.73 Edith M. Eisenbise, Rt. 1, Garden City. Kans. 1.86 Eugene Elsenbise, 1509 N. 8th, Garden City Kans. 20.87 Food Bnnk. % T. Whitman, Garden City, Kans. 40.69 Floyd Gay, 212 Washington, Garden City, Kans. 3.33 Gerald Gobl'eman, 1102 Monr&c-, Lincoln, Illinois 14.01 Terry Godsy, 209 St. John Apt. 8. Garden City, Kans. , 67.19 Great Plains Painting Co., 130 Stev. ens Ave. Garden City. Kana. 4.61 Rev. Henry Greenwald, 1203 Pinecrest, Garden City, Kans. . 33.82 William Grundy, 646 N. 8th, Garden City, Kans. 17.27 William D. Gruver, 113^ E. Laurel, Garden City, Kans. 10.09 Frank Guy, Box 292, Garden City, Kans. 34.54 William L. Haack, 605 Jenny, Garden City, Kans. 10.07 R.N. Hardage, Rt. 1, Garden City, Kans. 16.41 Hawkln's Shop. % S.W. Hawkins, Lyons, Kansas 24.37 Richard R. Helll. 1302 N. 8th, Garden City, Kans. 22.61 Homing's 'T.V. & Appliance, 203V 3 N. 8th, Garden City, Kans. 160.02 Billy Husband, Plerceville, Kans. 52.18 Jerry L. Irons, 1208 E. Laurel, Garden City, Kans. 41.43 A. Earl Jones, 304 K. 1st., Garden City, Kans. • 27.09 Donald Jones, 2201 A St. Garden City, Kans. 5.55 Richard H. Joseph. 1611 George St. Garden City, Kans. 8.52 Leland G. Kendall, 1103 Pin« St.. Garden City. Kans. 8.52 Harold W. Kreutzer, 1412 N. 3rd. Garden City, Kams. 25.73 George Lamb, 1050 E. Kans. Ave. Garden City. Kans. 26.04 C.L. Land, 507 E. Santa Fe, Garden City. Kans. 4.00 Jose Landln. 901 N. 4th St. Garden City, Kans. 30.43 George Lanphear, Rt. 1, Garden City, Kans. 2.81 Lee Leath'erman, Stevens Are., Garden City. Kans. 58.29 Melbowne Manning, 113% E. Laurel Garden City. Kans. 56.24 Manuel Martinez. Ill N. Taylor. Garden City, Kans. 18.66 Ronald F. Mattes, 1803 Chesterfield. Garden City. Kans, 57.06. Hugh V. Miller. 1019 N. 7th, Garden City, Kans. 53.85 N. H. Miller, Jr.. 1205 N. 9th St., Garden Citv. Kans. 4.61 Ada Mulica. Lane G Apt. 54A Garden City Kans. 9.31 Chester P. Muzzio, Exec. 6430 SW Hainsi Portland, 19, Oregon 1.7S Richard McClellan, Rte. 1, Garden City. Kans. 51.59 W. C. McQueen. 109'i S. 13th St., Garden City. Kans. 2.27 Robert Newell. -105 W. Chestnut. Garden City. Kans. 61.01 Kenneth L. Olinger. 306 Anderson. Garden City. Kans. S 28.08 Juan Pachero. Safford St. Garden City. Kans. 1.72 Vern Puck. 208 N. 1st, Garden City. K.inp. 1.72 StPi>hi>n C. Parsons, 509 Chesterfield. Garden City. Kans. 13.96 Clvde D. Peppord. Rancho Motel Gnrden City. Kans. 19.14 C. Pfeifer. Lano D Apt. 162, Garden Citv. Kans. 13.76 Fred L. Pitts, Gen. Del, Garden City, Kana. • 3.53 Hfirvev Plimkett. 2202 N. Main. Garden City, Kans. 52.3f! AUred Rnkns. 401", Fredrick. Garden Citv. Kans. 3.04 Arnold J. Rihlnnp. 611 Penn. Garden City. Kans. 10.48 Est. of Andrew Roenfeldt, 322 N. Main, Garden Citv. Kans. 3.05 Sandwloh Shop. 207 N. 8th, Garden Pity Kans. 10.09 Albert Schmidt. 605 E. Laurel Harden City. Kans. 30.57 Joo E. Scott, 903 Safford, Garden City, Kans. 17 .13 Willard R. Simpson, 1401 E. LEGALS Chestnut, Garden City, Kans. 124.24 Christina D. Smith. 5019 16th Ave N.E., Seattle 5, Washington 1.52 Elmer L. Smith, 303 Emerson, Garden City, Kan*. 3.13 Chas. Steen. 706Vi N. «h, Garden City, Kan«. 39.81 Rev. R. W. Stratton. 1414 N. 3rd, Warden City. Kans. 61.83 Sudan Interior Mission, 164 74th Ave., New Yo<-k 23. N.Y. 7.58 Suspense Hem % Cities Serv.. Box 900, Dallas, Texas 1.74 Swartley's Shamrock Serv.. 8th & Kans. Garden City, Kans. 67.03 Fred Thomas, Copelnnd, Kans. 8.62 Harry M. Thorrfpson, 108 E. Ma. pie. Garden City, Kans. 7.74 Murray L. Towns. 310 Hudson, Garden City, Kans. 41.64 Traveler's Ins. Co. % II. Steven- eon, Rte. 1, Garden City, Kans. 1.11 Earnest Trotter. 1301 New York, Garden City, Kans. 49.08 Rose Velasquez, 337 E. Santa Fe. Garden City, Kans. 1.80 Leonard O. Wain. Trustee % Cities Sen-., Bartlesvllle, Ok!a. 5.03 Tommy K. Warmnn. 1503 A St.. Garden City. Kansas 22.06 Garold Warren, 205 N. 9th St.. Garden City, Kans. 41.61 John D. Wlckman. 615 N. 8Hi, Garden City, Kans. 7.69 James Wilson. 1110 N. llth. Garden City. Kans. 44.97 Theodore F. Wltman, Rte. 1. Garden City, Kans. 32.31 Harold Wlttmer. 1607 E. Fulton. Garden City, Kans. 83.62 Robert M. WixsrVn. Keller Bldg.. Garden City. Kans. 15.83 Robert M. Wixson. 1204 Conard. Garden City. Kans. 26.43 Lesther Worthington. 545 Burr St.. Topelca. Kans. 32.88 E. D. Zimmerman, 150," N. Main. Gatflen City, Kans. 62.90 (Published in The Garden City Telegram Sept. 27, Oct. 4 and 11, 1962) State of Kansas. Finney IN THE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE In The Matter of The Estate of CLARA COOPER LISTON, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT NO. 3803 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition lias been filed In said court by Hazel M. Cooper Bellows as executrix under the Will and of the Estate of Clara Cooper Llston. deceased, praying for a final settlement of the snld estate, for the settlement an-d allowance of her account as execut. rlx thereof, for a determination of the heirs, devisees, and legatees of the decedent, for a decree of assignment of the assets of the said estate to those entitled thereto, and for all other proper relief, and you are here, by required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 19 dav of October. 1962. at 10 o'clock A.M. of said day. in said court. In the City of Garden City. In said County and State, at which time and nlace said cause will be heard. Should you fn'l therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course unon said petition. HAZEL M. COOPER BELLOWS Executrix Petitioner FLEMING. FLEMING & VANCE Garden Citv. Kansas Attorneys for Executrix (First published in. The Garden City Telegram October 4, 1962; last published October 18, 1962.) State of Kansas, Finney County, SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE In the Matter fo the Estate of EDWARD MARTIN CROZIER, NOTICE OF HEARING Case NO. 3654 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Myrtle D. Crozler, executor of the estate of Edward Martin Crozier, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of her accounts aa executor, allowances for her services, attorneys' fees and expenses, also that the court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to tlrem the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 29th day of October. 1962, at 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, In said court, in the City of Garden City, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. MYRTLE D. CROZIER Petitioner CALIHAN, GREEN, HOPKINS, and CALIHAN Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner LEGALS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 L O O K at this 2-bedroom home with a basement. Located in quiet neighborhood. Furniture arrangement is easy in rooms this size. Has new forced air unit. Also double garage. All this for only . . . $1 1,500.00 No RENT with OPTION TO BUY. No down payment. Rentals to apply to purchase price. 3-bedrooms. H6-473I Real 2 bedroom, double garage corner - northside school location. $13,500.00. 5 bedroom 2 baths and double garage. West side. Can finance. 2 bedroom attached garage carpeted living room and bedroom. $12,000.00. Fine suburban 3 bedroom home. New, large tract of ground. Exceptionally well finished. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 I If you would like to build a j new home, let us show you I this choice 40 acres close to I town on highway 50. It has i been levelled and is in corn and alfalfa, balance for wheat. We think you will like this one. ; Real good terms. ; A real nice house west side, has two large bedrooms, living 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 been muchine levelled is now ; in milo, switch grass, alfalfa I and wheat, j of the minerals j go. Better look at this. Good building lots for sale i cheap. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 3 bedroom attached garage northside school location. $1,200. down will handle. 3 bedroom west side location less than I year old. Total Price $9,500. 2 bedroom with basement on •east side. Double garage, car| pet and sprinkling system. $2,\ 000. will handle. i Acre tracts just outside city limits. Will sell on payments. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 292-TF (Published in The Garden City Telegram Oct. 4. 11, and 18. 1962) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS W.F. MERCER, . . . Plaintiff, VS. LUTHER C. REED: LEW REED; FRANK W. DENNY: IDA M DENNY; ROBERT R. DENNY:'JOHN R. DENNY: ALBERT V. DENNY; WALTER DENNY: T.W. DENNY; EDNA DENNY; FRANK DENNY; EDNA HAWTHORNE; PHILIP EUGENE HAWTHORNE: MARGARET LEIGH HAWTHORNE: W. CARL HAWTHORNE; FRANK W. DENNY, minor heir of Frank W. Denny, deceased: F.W. Denny; EDNA L. HAWTHORNE; D.A LEEPER; EMMA LEEPER; THE UNKNOWN HEIP.S, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, DEVISEES, TRUSTEES, CREDITORS AND ASSIGN OF SUCH OF THE DEFENDANTS AS MAY BE DECEASED; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSES OF THE DEFENDANTS: THE UNKNOWN GUARDIANS AND TRUSTEES OF SUCH OF THE DEFENDANTS AS ARE MINORS OR ARE IN ANYWISE UNDER LEGAL DISABILITY; and all other persons who are or may be concerned, . . . DEFENDANTS. NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS to the defendant!) above named and designated: You are hereby notified that B petition has been filed in the District Court of Finney County, Kansas, by W.F. Mercer, plaintiff, praying for judgment that said plaintiff is the owner In fee simple of the following described real estate: Lota JO and 11. Block 2J. Jones. Addition to Garden City. Kansas, according to the Recorded Plat thereof, in Finney County, Kan. sas, and praying that the court determine all adverse estates or interests which are claimed in said renl property, a~id that plaintiff's title thereto be quieted against you and each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by. through or under you be forever barml and excluded from any title, estate or interest In or lien upon, or claim against the teal property above described, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before the 12th day of November, 1962, in suld court, at th court house in the Citv of Garden Citv. In Finnev County. Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be filtered in due course upon said petition. W.F. MERCER, Plaintiff. FLEMING. FLEMING 4 VANCE Onrden Citv Kansas Attorneys for Plnlntiff ATTEST: G. MAE PURDY Clerk of the District Court (SEAL) ruptcy for the firm of Woodbury and Moulton, composed of T. C. Woodbury and E. N. York; T. C. WOODBURY; E. N. YORK; ANDREW W COOMBS: L. M. PHIPPS: CALVIN" C. PHIPPS; RACHEL PHIPP8: BESSIE MUFFITT: EDWARD N. YORK; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants ns may be dece-as- ed; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such defendants ns are existing, dissolved, or dormant corporations; th« unknown executors, administrators, trustees, creditor*, successors and assigns of such defendants aa are or were partners or in partnership; ths unknown guardians and trustees of such of the defendants as are minor* or are in anywise under legal disability; the unknown spouses of th« defendants; and all other persons who are or may be concerned, . . . DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SUIT NO. 11324 The State of Kansa s to the defendants above named and designated: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In the District Court of Finney County. Kansas, by Luther T. Bell and Edith L. Bell praying for Judgment that said plaintiffs are the owners in fee simple of the following described real estate: The North Half of Section 30 in Township 22 South. Ran«re 28 West of the Sixth Principal'Weri- dlan. in Finney County. Kattsas. find praying that the court determln* all adverse estates or interests which are claimed In said real property, and trial plaintiffs' title thereto b« quieted against you, and each of you, ami that you and all persons claiming by, through or under you be for. ever barred and excluded from any title, estate or interest In. or lien upon, or claim against the real property above described, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before Nov. 8, 1962. In said court. n.t the court house in the City of Garden City, In Finney County, Kansas. Should you full therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due coume unon said petition. LUTHER T. BELt, EDITH T,. BELL Plaintiffs FLEMING. FLEMING & VANCB Garden Citv, Kansas Attnrnevs for Plaintiffs ATTEST: O. Mae Purdy C'erk of the District Court (SEAL) Green Wave Mentor Has Rough Initiation By CARL P. LEUBSDORF NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP)— What effect do three straight defeats have on a rookie football coach? "It's like life itself," says Tu- j lane's Tommy O'Boyte. "You can't tat it get you down." O'Boylels baptism as Green Wave mentor has been rugged. Undermanned and overscheduled, Tulane bowed to Stanford 6-3 before being routed by Alabama and Texas, the nation's two top- ranked teams. "Sure I could go around here in the dumps," O'Boyle said before practice Wednesday. "But what good would that do? "Besides, I have confidence in my boys." "We just don't have enough players for this league." The personnel situation — difficult to start with—has become even more critical with several key injuries. Several big tackles dropped off the team in pre-season practice, and each week the injury list has grown. It took O'Boyle several minutes to get through all the injuries for Friday night's Southeastetrn Conference game here with Mississippi State. Chief among the new injuries is alternating quarterback Bob Boisvert, a sophomore from Alexandria, La. Several linemen are also hobbling around. "This is a big one for us," O'Boyle pointed out, noting that Mississippi State is more nearly in Tulaiie's class than some of the teams it's met previously. "They've got many of the sam« problem/3 wo have," he said. "Not enough players. A real good first team and they block and tackle hard. They're a good team." Last Saturday, State upended favored Tennessee, 7-6. O'Boyle who inherited the Greenie hot seat when Andy Pilney quit under fire last year, maintains determined confidence. "We're going to surprise someone before this season is over," he says. "One of these weeks, we'll beat someone." Gas Explosion Levels House (Published la The Garden City Telegram Sept. 27. Oct. 4 and 11. 1962) In the District Court of Finney County, Kansas LUTHEK T. BELL and EDITH L BELL, . . . PLAINTIFFS vs. AIAX LAWRENCE: ROSA COHN; JULII'S COIIN; THOMAS A. PAGE: EQUITABLE SECl'KITIKS COMPANY: THEODORE ('. WOOD- BUHY. TRUSTEE OF THE County uf Cumberland, Maims THEODORE C. WOODBURY: THEODORE C. WOODBURY us Trustee for the firm of WOODBURY and MOIJLTON; WOODBURY AND MOULTON: ARDON W. COOMBS. Truetc« In Bank- EMPORIA, Kan. (AP)—An explosion early today leveled the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Hennings about four miles east of here on old U. S. 50. Hennings was killed and his 'wife is missing and presumed dead. An unidentified neighbor said Hennings commented Wednesday that he had smelled gas in the i one-story native strne structure. The neighbor safd Hennings told I of airing the building. I The building was heated by j liquefied gas. Cause of the explo- ; sion was not determined. Debris from th e structure known in the area as "The Rocks," was scattered over ' to 303 yards. The building was erected in the late 1920s and served f.:r some time as a night club. Hennings ; was reported preparing to operate a restaurant in the structure. ! The blast occurred between 4:15 and 4:30 a. m. Polk County, Florida, founded in 1861, is Florida's largest citrus producer and cattle raiser. More phosphate, important as a fertilizer, is mined here than anywhere else in the world.

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