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Series Winners to Split $362,578 Big Pot of Cash Hangs in Balance By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP)— After 13 days, 6,000 miles of jet travel and six ball games, the San Francisco Giants and New "ork Yankees are all even ag^-in going into today's seveth and final World f j Series game. And for the third time in the rain-delayed marathon, it will be Jack Sanford of the Giants facing Ralph Terry of the Yai.';s. San with three hits and beat Terry (23-12) in the second series game, 2-0. Terry edged Sanford in the fifth 'game, 5-3. when • mkie Tom Tresh broke a 2-2 tie with a three- run homer in the eighth inning. The Giants have not won a series from the Yankees since 1922. In six series meetings, the Yanks hold a 4-2 edge, winning in 1923, 1936, 1937 and 1051. The Giants took the first two—in 1921 and ford (24-7) shut out the Yanks ' 1922. In all, the Yanks have a 19-7 6-6 ot Dodge City Rangers, Dodge Battle to Draw DODGE CITY — Garden City and Dodge City played a 6-6 tie here Monday night in a B-team football game. In the first meeting of the two rivals at Garden City on Sept. 24, Garden posted a 14-7 victor*y. series record against a' competition while the Ghnts are 5-9. ' But records .mean little to this Giant bunch, who were written off after their "June swoon." From the brink of disaster, they closed a four-game gap on the Los Angeles Dodgers in the final week ! of the National League season, I then pulled out the pennant in the • ninth inning of the third playoff ! game. \ One down thre e different times in this joust with the Yankees, they bounced back three times— the third tim e Monday when Billy Pierce and Orlando Cepeda led them to a 5-2 victory that snapped Whitey Ford's five-game series winning streak. Pierce, an old American Leaguer, won his first series game with a three-hitter for his 13th consecutive victory at Candlestick Park, and Cepeda awoke from an gers ran all eight plays on the 0 . for . 12 hittlng slump He had FAN FARE By Wak Ditzcn ground. three hits—a double and two sin- Fullback Tim Gottscshalk ran | gles — drove in two runs and up the middle during the series, scored one. and halfbacks Mike Blackett, had Dean Biggs, and Johnny Ham- I man alternated carries off tackle. the touchdown capping an eight- play drive from midfield in.the second quarter. The visiting Ran- Garden scored first Monday, | Left halfback Blackett got the touchdown on a three-yard blast through right tackle. On the conversion attempt, Gottsohalk was stacked up just inches short of the goal. Dodge scored its touchdown in the third frame after recovering a fumble at the Garden 30. The Demon reserves moved the distance in six running plays. Halfback Sanebval had the biggest gain, an eight-yarder. H? and fullback Gordon Penalties Called During Busters Game New Mexico Military Institute i ['< had the big edge in the seore and statistics Saturday in beating Garden City Juco 42-0 at Roswell. But the officials marked off almost four lengths of the football field in penalties against the two rivals. , Garden trailed by just 11-12 in first downs. The Broncbusters were outrushed by 95-154 in net yardage. New Mexico completed 8 of 19 passes for 158 yards, but had three tosses intercepted'. Garden hit on just 4 of 17 aerials for 43 yards, losing one via interception. Thus the winners had a big 312138 bulge in net yardage on the ground and in the air. Garden lost 3 of 4 fumbles while New Mexico lost 2 of 4. The visiting Busters averaged 38.6 yards on five punts, compared to 39 yards for the winners — who punted just once all night. A whopping 43 ; .nalties were called: 24 on Garden and 19 on the host club. Nine of the 43 calls were declined. Penalties marred play and caused even the home town paper — Roswell Daily Record — to comment about the game: "Its resemblance to football was in some cases slightly coincidental." The two teams wer^ penalized a total of 356 yards. Had all penalties been taken, the to'cal would have reached some 450475 yards. Garden lost 206 yards, New Mexico 150 in penalties. Garden was called seven times for holding, six times for offside, and three times for clipping. The Busters drew four personal fouls, including one each on Coach Homer Sailer, Assistant Dale Meadors, and M. 0. (Dutch) Phillips, director of activities. Also called on the Busters were one each for delay of the game, illegal shift, illegal receiver, and illegal procedure. sparked the march. Sandoval got the touchdown from eight yards out — on fourth down with 12 Vards to go for first down. He ™ept right end for the touch- onihe h . y , ris was piled up before he got back to the line of scrimmage. Each club had two ther thrusts stopped inside each rivals' 15- yard stripe. Each of the four drives were stopped on downs. Wayne Dickerson and Dave Craft co-coach the Garden Rangers. 'Dickerson said Hamman did a standout job in the final half as quarterback. He passed well to Biggs and Bob Hubert when Dodge threw an eight and nine-man line against Garden. Richard Swenson quartenbacked the first half and also did a creditable job. Dickers°n also gave plaudits to Blackett and especially Gptts- chalk for their offensive work. On defense, the coach said Paul Walker, Jim Terrell, Billy Mills, Ken Stoner, Hamman, and David Lightner were tops. Diek- erson added that sophomore Dick Ulrich also played well. Garden's Rangers are'now even at two wins, two losses, and one tie for the season so far. Next start will be a return meeting with the Scott City reserves at Scott next Monday. The defeat left Ford, top winner in World Series history with 10, sharing the record for m»st series defeats—five. Cepeda's outburst got him a place in the starting lineup for today's game, although he has been riding the bench lately against right-handed pitching. Willie McCovey, who usually replaces Cepeda at first base, will be in left field in place of Harvey Kuenn, and Tom Haller will take over for catcher Ed Bailey. Haller always catches when Sanford pitches. The Yankees plan no lineup changes. The weatherman promised fair weather with the temperature in the mid 70s for the game. The winners will split $362,578.32 and the losers will divide $241,718.88. Nobody knew how many shares were voted, but, on the basis of 30 for each, a win..-!would get about $12,000 and a loser about $8,000. Frosh, Eighth Grade Teams To See Action Garden City Junior High's two football teams both swing into action early this week. Coach Merle Altman's Baby Buff eighth graders were to go to Dodge City today for a 3 p.m. tilt with the Dodge eighths. Wednesday at 7 p.m., Coach Dale Marine's Garden ninths play host at Penrose Stadum to the Dodge nintlis. Altman's club will be playing its nexUto-last tilt in a four-game schedule. The team closes its campaign at Ulyssets the afternoon .of Thursday, Oct. 25. Garden's eighths are winless in two starts to date and have not scored yet. The club lost to Liberal here Oct. 4 by 14-0 and was blanked here last Thursday by Ulysses, 12-0. Doug Robinson will probably start at quarterback for Garden, with George Carr at' fullback. Gary Mahan will be at right halfback, with either Steve Nelson or Albeit Wells at left half. Gardiner Out for Season Buff Offense Takes Shape Pag. 3 Gnrdcn City Telegram Tuesday, October 16,1962 Canadian Rookie Talk of League HAMILTON, Ont. (AP) - Joe Zuger, a rookie quarterback from Arizona State -University, is the talk of the Canadian Football League today after a passing show unmatched in the league. A former defensive halfback getting a chance on offense because of an injury to Bernie Falo- ey, Zuger fired eight touchdown passes Monday night in leading :he Hamilton Tiger-Cats to a 67-2-1 rout of Saskatchewan. The 22-year-old-old blonde from Homestead, Pa., threw 32 passes and completed 23 foi 493 yards. Three each of his TD passes went Dodcte Garden 0 0 0 « 0 — 6 0 — 6 Sayers Takes Rushing I ead KANSAS CITY (AP)—The Ne braska Cornhuskers continue to lead the Big Eight Conference in total offense, with quarterback Dennis Claridg e firing passes that round out a powerful ground at tack. The Huskers, unbeaten in four games, have gained 923 yards on the ground and 616 in he air for a total of 1,539. Kansas is second with 1,218, and Missouri moved up to third at 1,152. Gale Sayers, sophomore Kansa with 403 yards. He gained 94 on 14 carries against Iowa State. John Roland, Missouri rookie, dropped to second place at 363, gaining 53 yards in 14 trips against Kansas State. Dave Hoppmann of Iowa State is third .at 276. Joe Don Looey of Oklahoma has the top punting average of 43 yards in seven kicks. Dave Hannah of Oklahoma State is second at 41.4 in 10. punts. Tony Leiker of Kansas, leader since the season opened, has averaged 43.4 New Mexico drew seven penalties for offside, three for clipping, three for personal foul, three for holding, and ( 'irec for illegal procedure. Near the end of the game, a melee broke out after Garden's ' halfback, took the lead in rushing Marvin Wells was driven into the stands. At least five players — four from Garden — were sent to the sidelines during the game. The winners rushed only 36 times during the game, mixing in passes liberally. New Mexico lost yardage or failed to gain on only 4 of the 36 times. Garden rushed 41 times and lost or failed to gain 11 times. Quarterback Jerry Reagan carried 13 times and netted 36 yards, being dropped for losses vour times. Left half Willie Shine net- , ted 28 yards in 8 tries, losing in 20 kicks ranks third, just once. Fullback Larry Macro netted 35 yards in 9 carries, and again did not lose a yard. Johnny Jones netted 13 yards in 6 tries, and Marvin Wells lost 19 yards in 4 carries. In punting, Reagan kicked for 48, 42, and 39 yards, Shine for 42, and Wells for 41. Reagan completed 2 of 11 passes, hitting Jones for 13 yards and Macro for 7. Shine hit Pete Minaya for 17 yards and Wells passed to Lanny Pauley for 6. Wally Gabler, New Mexico quarterback, threw all but two ot his team's 19 passes. He connected for gains of 35, 38, 41, and 18 yards. Halfback Ted Wright rushed for 50 yards in 8 carries and halfback Craig LaGrone netted 34 yards in 4 carries. Ten different backs carried the ball for the winners. Ends Naught will and be Richard Ray Waters, Mc- with Don Geier and David Downtain at tackles. Guards will be Larry Mader and Ronnie Cripe, with John Collier at center. Marine's ninth-graders are undefeated in four games, although they played a 6-6 standoff with Great Bend Harrison Junior High in their opener. Then followed a 14-13 win over the Scott City ninths and tenths. Shutouts have been posted in the last two games: 19-0 over Hugoton and 20-0 over Ulysses. Dave Keller will probably be quarterback for the Garden ninths, with Stephen Need at fullback, Mark DeFever at righl half, and Lynn Lightner at left half. Ends Tilings are looking up a bit for Garden City High's Buffs. Coach John Dickerson said Monday night. The Buffe have finally got their offense backfield almost set and are now more polished in that' phase of the game. And the passing part of the game is looking up, too. Garden scored its second win of the 1962 campaign Friday, coming from behind twice to nudge Russell's fred-up Broncs, 21-20. But Dickerson said that overall the game wasn't one of the better ones Garden has played this fall. Tommy Gardiner, junior who las been running as second- string quarterback, is lost to the Juffs for the season. X-rays tak- n Saturday showed that lie suffered a broken right arm while making a tackle in the Russell game. He had been playing re- [ularly as a defensive halfback. Dickerson joked that the Buffs are now comng into the "easy" part of the schedule. Garden ;aces Dodge City and Great Bend on successive Fridays, before closing out against Pratt and Scott City. , Dodge and Great Bend, along with Larned, are tire West Central Kansas League pace-setters. Larned upset Dodge by 7-0 Friday night to hand the Red Dem Key Football Tests Spark Weekend Slate The finest weekend of football in several seasons is scheduled by Southwest Kansas teams and their fellow league travelers. No gathering of such key games has occurred on one day as Friday's slate in the past several years. Locally, Garden High plays host to Dodge City In their traditional rivalry. Lakin entertains Elkhart Friday afternoon in what is billed as the High Plains Conference provel'"Friday "waT'lits Second j probable title match. Friday game as a regular linebacker. I night, Cimarron entertains Plains He mado five tackles and re-: in the Iroquois League "big turned an intercepted pass for game - a meeting of two un- LEGALS Hamman is continuing to im a score. Paul Walker and Doyle McGraw continue to lead the Terrible Turks defensive unit. Walker made 15 tackles or assists at Russell and McGraw had 14. scored-on teams. Scott City visits sas Education Assn. battle. Jetmore is undefeated in th e leaigue. on Friday night, colorful entertains a good Ingalls High team that could hin Dickerson also said Carmichacl (lcr the Vikes - bid for a repeat is doing well on offense, but that | Santa Fc Trall Leaiguc 8 -man he still needs improvement on j f 00 (,kall crown. are Vic Ball and John Lightner, with Bill Taldo and Tom Sheehy at tackles. Guards are Mike Ward and Ronnie Mills, with Joe McGraw at cea ter. Football coach Ben Martin's to end Hal Patterson and halfback ! four-year record at the Air Force Carney Henley, and one each to Academy is 21 wins, 17 losses Dick Easterly and Tim Reid. i and three ties. blocking. Lovellette Joins Celtics BOSTON stored its -Boston has bol- r a record fifth Basketball Association championship by acquiring Clyde Lovellette for pivot insurance behind Bill Russell. The, Dodge-Garden game highlights West Central Kansas League play. Larned is at Hays Thursday night in anothei league clash. In non-conference games Friday, Great Bed hosts Salina, Russell entertains Hays St. Joseph, and Pratt goes to Medicine Lodge. In the Jayhawfe Juco Leaigue, four Friday night conference games are on tap. Garden is at Hutchinson, Dodge City at Arkansas City, Parsons at Coffeyville, and El Dorado at Independence. Pratt is at University of The Celtics closed the deal with w ' c »' a freshmen Saturday, the St. Louis Hawks late Monday L ^ « ie H « h Plains Conference, night surrendering next year's! Sublet( * P Iavs at Holcon* Fri • _ - I rtnit n4ff*i<n/\/\n nnfl Ciri*nstiir<n r\1 Olenda Church < 214.44 Jane CollIM 402.20 Grace Crlp'e 290.38 Eva P. Deav«f 200.00 Betty 3. Dechant 214.46 Keith Denchfleld 316.05 Remedlo* Guillen 107.!» Ralph Hftfllch 207.83 Vertle I* Hawkln* 51.68 Leona Henderson 310.40 Anlseto B. Herrer* Jf« 200.00 Louise Huffmastw 268.83 Jewell Hummer 203.18 Wendle Meter 388.68 Louis Mendoz* 275.00 Rose Murray 214.48 Audra B. Oliver 214.48 Raymond P. Oy)«f 207.83 Mae Purdy 298.62 Edna Richardson 203.18 Earl Robinson 318.05 M.C. Sohrader 537.47 Harrison Smith 838.63 Lavon St&ley 303.18 F. Arthur Stone 207.88 Ruth S. Towl'es i 482.26 John J. Wllkln 400.00 Bonnie Zlrkel 379.38 8,291.9.1 GENERAL SERVICES * SUPPLIES Keith De^chfield 132.89 Wendle Mnter 70.06 Earl Robinson 229.61 Ruth S. Towles 22.33 Coffee Ann 9.10 Wondle Meier 237.00 Robert W. Snyder 25.00 Ruby Robinson 18.00 Grover Craig ' 8.00 John W. Turner, M.D. 5.00 Vhla Sroufe 13.00 The Sellg Co. 25.60 The- Selig Co. 26.00 Business Equipment Co. .80 Burroughs Corp. 10.30 Consolidated 269.67. Rnml Dodsworth Co. 437.64 Randy Elliott 3.87 Sandy Elliott 87.23 T B M 4.67 Navrat's 18.60 Harrison Smith . 204.00 Xerox Corp 2.70 A. M. Fleming 411.70 Dale Corley 494.28 Clifford R. Hope. Jr. 15.00 Clifford R. Hope. Jr. 15.00 Lnckwood Co., Inc. 137.24 Southwestern Bell Telephone 206.23 Flnney Co. Treasurer 600.00 Pltney-Bowle.1, Inc. 15.00 City of Garden City 134.13 Roger Paint Products, Inc. 20.93 Burroughs Corp. 801.20 Drs. Recv'n & Falrbalrn 10.00 Effle L. Scott 6.46 Emma WllHnm s 20.00 The Sellg Co. 43.60 Sour-Tex Products 23.10 Hutchinson Paper Co.. Inc. 17,40 Garden City Telegram 29.16 Garden City Telegram 34.78 Ray Underwood 40.00 Partln Electric 42.31. Peoples Natural Gas 10.42 Coast to Coast 8.30 4,644.00 ROAD PAYROLL. Clarence R. Armstrong W. F. Atkinson Bennle Brunsardt William R. Burns on s their first loss of the season. I C0 ach Red The Buff coach said that Fri-1 learned second round draft choice and an unannounced sum of money for the 6-foot-9 shotmaker. "He's the guy we've been looking for," chirped an exhilarated day's game "should be with Dodge interesting." here | through. Auerbach when he the deal had gone The It had been known for some n i r 11 i ±L i»**u u^t-n iv"vj»T ** A^-'-I. xiu**«vy Demons have a 188-pound Ml-j time lhe Celtics' most pressing back - Charley Robinson - who : M was to secure re . was moved over from a tackle position. Two small halfbacks "They have a good line, too," Dickerson commented. Gard e n's backfield, aftev some early-season juggling is now fairly-well established. Duahc Marine is quartertoa eking and 145- pound junior Kent Carmichael is lief for Russell, the 6-10 defensive genius who has to play almost evenry minute of tough game. day afternoon and Syracuse at i Satanta that night, Johnson has I an open date. But the Lakin- 1 Elkhart game is the spotlight clash. If Jetmore can get past Scott, it will challenge potent LaCrosse for the WKEA crown. Ness City has an open date this week. Other Friday WKEA tests send Leoti to Dighton and Tribune to LaCrosse. Th: Copeland-Ingalls game is the SFTL topper this week. Kismet is at Moscow Friday after- 878.00 320.28 320.25 180.18 320.25 305.00 346.50 320.25 275.00 320.25 320.25 102.90 305.00 10.00 357.00 3S0.25 320.25 320.2S 320.25 5.462.08 ROAD SERVICES & SUPPLIES Anderson Tires, Inc. 71.07 Berry Tractor & Eaulpment Co. 19.96 Harold B. Downer R. H. Fenton Frederick H. Ferris II. W. Ferris .Tame? F. Grlmsley John Harbrn Jack Herrell Iva L. Johnson John Marlow Teas C. Munn Clemens E. Pedtz Virgil Peitz Danny Seavey Dave Taylor Oliver L. Wagner Auerbach had requested that St.' noon for another league game Louis owner Ben Kerner hold off i Thursday night, undefeated Mon- placing the 33-year-old one-time , tesuma plays host to Rolla. Fri- University of Kansas All-America ! day night, Ensign goes to Bloom on waivers until Boston owner Walter Brown could make an offer. the fullback. Halfbacks are Bobj Lovellelte, a nine year NBA Stalter. Scatty Davis, and Roger.! veteran and one of the members *... . .,• „ , i i _ > i • -in i\nt\ Stoner. The group is now getting more polish on its offensive plays. of the league's exclusive 10,000- points-club, had been slow round- "Ouir passing is picking up," j ing into shap c for the Hawks in Dickerson added. End Mike Collins is back in the lineup after being sidelined with a shoulder separation. Dckerson this pro-season period due to a foot injury. "I knew Lovellette definitely could help us, hat's why we went said that Johnnie! after him," Brown said. Higih Plains Conference Clash Lakin-Elkhart Showdown Friday LAKIN — A huge crowd is ex-1 pected to turn out here Friday at 2 p.m. (MST) for the game which shapes up as the 1962 High Plains Conference football "showdown" clash. The contest matches all-winning Lakin High against big and tough Elkhart. Lakin rates a slight favorite, but HPC followers say the game could go either way. Lakin is coached by Keith O'Connor. The veteran Bronco mentor has guided his club to four wins in a row this fall, giving up just one touchdown. The Broncs opened with a 7-0 upset over Syracuse, favored to sihare the HPC spotlight with Elkhart. That put Lakin in the driver's seat. Then came easy wins over Holcomb (by 32-0) and Satanta (34-0). Friday night, the Broncs slammed Sublette by 24-6, giving up the only score of the season via a run with a recovered fumble. Sublette had been figured to give Lakin trouble. Elkhart is coached by Bill O'Hair, formerly at Plains High. ses played a big part. The next Elkhart blanked Satanta by 45-0. Then came a key loss. The Wildcats wenl to Syracuse, a solid favorite to win. But the host Bulldogs rebounded from their loss to Lakin to rack up Elkhart by 27-6. That threw the HPC race into a jumble. If Lakin wins Friday, the Broncs will be virtually assured of the undisputed crown, for they will have only Johnson left on their league slate, plus non-conference Leoti and .Tribune. If the Broncs los'e, they probably will share the title with Elkhart and Syracuse. In that a star at Kansas University. Robert Cornell, now at Hugoton, guided Sublette to an undefeated Last Friday, Elkhart romped ! event, the Syracuse-at-Sublette This season is O'Hair at the school. The Wildcats the second for Morton County opened their over Holcomb by 51-6. Elkhart has two capable quarterbacks. Senior Morris Gillaspie quarterbacked early in the season, but has been seeing action at tackle recently. Craig Williams, 125-pound junior, is now directing the squad. Fullback is driving Chuck Rodriguez, 165 junior. Versatile Chuck Wretling, ]80 junior, is the right halfback. Butch Chance, 160 senior, is the left half. game on October 28 would be an important one. Elkhart has Plains •HPC season in 1955. won the crown in 1956, only a game with Johnson re- j City Juco maining in HPC play after Fri- ! cuse gun. followed by Lakin in '57. In 1958, Syracuse upset Plains in the final game of the season to win the title. That team was coached by Kayo McGillivray, now at Liberal High. Arlo Lindsay — now playing for Garden was the big Syra- day. Sublette won in 1959 and '60, for a 6-man game that will not count in the league standings. Bloom has only ni' e boys out for football. All-winning Ulysses — another unscored-on club — entertains Dodge City St. Mary. Liberal play's host to Hugotun. Liberal has a 4-1 record and its best team in recent years. Meade is at non-league Hooker, Okla., Friday night. Arnold Palmer Leads Pro Golf Casih Parade DUNEDIN, Fla. (AiP)—There's a gap of more than $50,000 between the earnings of tae first and last man on the list of lop ten professional golf money winners. Arnold Palmer leads with $84,448. Th e No. 10 man is Bruce Crampton with $31,231. Palmer has played in 21 tournaments and won seven Crampton has played in 38 and won one. The runner-up this week is Gene Littler with $64,890. Not far behind is Bill Casper Jr. with $61,842. However, Casper's position is being challenged by Jack Nicklaus who is fourth with $61,318. Bud's Upholstery Service Buffalo Mill Supply Burtls Motor Co.. Inc. Coast to Coast Stores City of Garden City Evans One. Stop Service The Faelh Co. Fansler Tires, Inc. Foloy Tractor Co. Garden City Implement Co. Garden City Laundry Harding Glass The K T Oil Corp. Kemper Auto Electric Ladd Machine Shop McAllister.Fltzgerald Machine Supply Co. Nolan Motor Co. Peoples Natural Gas Riffe Petroleum Co. Scheufler Supply Co.. Inc Schultnan Hardware Security Oil Co. Sinclair Refining Co. Smith Sand Co. Lakin has not won the HPC; undefeated both years. Robert football title since 1957, and Elk- Long hart's last crown was in 1950. The latter season was when Elkhart featured Thane Baker, later of Kansas State University and guided the Larks, with Mark Wright and Gayle Redd the big stars. Last year, Syracuse and Plains were all-winning until the final game. Plains won Olympics fame. Satanta, coached by the crown with a thrilling 19-12 John! victory on a blocked kick lale Elkhart suffered a keen blow | Schartz (now at Ingalls Ifeh) I in the game, when junior left halfback Duanc ! was the 1951 HPC chamo. John-; Plains is no longer in the con- Dover broke his leg in the Syra- '< son won the crown in 1952 and : ference. The Plainsmen now cuse game. '53, paced by Galen Fiss, later i compete in the Iroquois League. 30.00 41.04 63.17. 7.7!) 2.00 174.81 61.73 385.23 168.13 .18.64 20.2S 17.52 48:98 4:68 29.65 Lumber Co. 64.13 251.97 177.09 1.08 2,817.42 122.51 18.40 606.00 47.66 15.00 3.148.88 Southwest Equip. Co. Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.- 32.29 Southwestern Equip. Co. ' 65.06 Stengel-Corley Oil Co. 282.10 T.IT. (Sherm) Stlllwell 243.26 Taylor Radiator Service 8.40 Welder., Supply Co. 12.00 Wes-Kan Tire Service 3.50 Anthony's 13.87 City of Garden City 16.76 Courbot's Grocery & Service 2.20 9,132.88 BINDWEED SERVICES & SUPPLIES Everett Samples Best Seed Co. Fanslers Tires Inc. Machine Supply Co. BINDWEED SALARY Sandy Elliott .lofi W. MHVer Everett Samples 31.CO 765.00 1.25 1.2K 798.50 UEGALS (Published In Thn Garden City Telegram Oct. IB, 1962) Tim Board of County Commissioners of Finney County mnt October 1, 1962 with tin' following present: F. Arthur Stnnp, chairman; Raymond P. Oyler; Ralph Jliifllrh; and Harrison Smith, County Attorney. Tlio following bills wfirc pnxifintPil and warrants ilrawti fur Mime. GROSS SALARY GENERAL PAYROLL John M. Anderson Donna Bradford 400.00 290. lig campaign by blanking Sublette, 20-0, in impressive fashion. Pas- Now , BALGITE TREATED LAWNS! Six Months After Application, Note:— FREEDOM FROM CRABGRASS! DEPTH OF COLOR! HEALTH OF TURF! BEST SEED CO. 102 S. 9rh BR 6-6921 Whoa - there fellow If it's MORE MONEY YOU NEED ... See Us Now! MASON INVESTMENT CO., INC. 203 E. Laurel Garden City, Kansas BR 6-6671 10.00 320.26 350.00 680.25 HEALTH NURSE SERVICES & SUPPLIES Irene Hoyt, R.N. 39.3S Tr«ne Hoyt. R.N. 64.33 Malco Hearing Servlcn 338.00 S.W. Bell Telephone Co. 18.83 460.39 HEALTH NURSE SALARY 75.00 97.50 350.00 522.56 10,999.29 126.00 10,358.50 2,133.50 760.00 481.00 341.00 91.00 324.00 309.00 341.00 341.00 256.44 342.99 13.55 8.66 25.00 129.41 Robert M. Fenton, M.D. Louise Hoyt Irene Hoyt, R.N. WELFARE OAA AB ADC AD GA Borniece Bruegel Anna Coufal Bonnie Gallion Letlia V. Kuns Jean E. Mltachlei 1 Teas C. Munn Kva M. Stephens Dept. of Administration Dept. of Administration Hurd'j, 66 Service fonsolidated-Sallna Burroughs Corp. Garden City Ins. Board Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 24.10 W. L. Harp, Postmaster 63.00 Burroughs Corp. 2.40 Eye Clinic K.U. Medical Center 2.50 Phillips Funeral Uome 32.00 Norri.s Drug Store 165.15 Laughlin Pharmacy 514.81 Dr. H. C. Sartorius 423.00 Payne & McClung Pharmacy 139.95 Renick Drug No. 2 262.16 Dr. John W. Turner 388.80 C. O. Downing 25.00 St. Catherine Hospital 8,494.95 Renick Drug No. 1 188.44 K.U. Medical Center 263.70 Lattimore-Fink Lab. 1.00 BoHWorth Surgical Brace* 1».M Grotty & Son 15.00 J.C. Penny Co. 48.5fy Modern Optical Service 94.00 Alonzo Finnup 20.00 Atherton-Stallsworth Agency 12^50 Poopleis Natural Gas 6.72 Dr. Howard D. Pollock 100.60 Dr. K. W. 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