Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 16, 1962 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Garden City, Kansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 16, 1962
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

CLASSIFIED Mfn. charge any ad 1 day, per word ....... ........ c 3 days, per word ............. 1 »e A days, per word ............. 24e 26 days, per word ............ 90e 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. 7—Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED — Apply Shermans Grill. 2tf 11—Real Estate FOR RENT or SALE — Two bedroom home with basement, BR 6-6023. —10 FOR SALE HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Must be hard worker and not satisfied with less than $100 per week. Application held Strictly confidcn-| 2 Bedroom home, wall to wall car- tial. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second pe f j n bodroomt and living room or Box J-911 % The Telegram, and hall. All rooms paneled in 20—Autos and Trucks 1958 THUNDERBIRD, blue and white. Power brakes, seats. Clean; good rubber; median- cally sound. College student must sell this week at $1738. See at Shannon Motel after 6. —18pd -Itf BOYS— YOUNG MEN wood. Lots of closet space. Forced Air heating, Garage, and Car port, 18,750.00. 3 Bedroom home, wall to wall car, - , .. _ , . . ., ; pet in two bedrooms and living 18 to 24. Free to travel the, room Garaqe j| 2 ,ooo.OO. 2 Acres with three bedroom Modern I.—Snccial Notices 5—Business Services U.S.A. Must be neat and free to. leave immediacy Publish- l^^^^S er s contact work. No exper- j inqs South of River, $4,000.00. ience necessary. New car and ' transportation expenses furn- I ished. Salary plus bonus. For —- j interview, please contact Mr. j ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCR1B-. CUSTOM DISC rolling on your Goodhue, Trail Inn Motel, | ,mc. \n,.,r, M^iiinn :ii\nnt vnur dirm. Powell's disc rollina serv FRS' When writing about your farm, Powell's disc rolling serv Teh-cram subscription p I e a s e ce. Satisfaction guaranteed, send your address and all mini- Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. bcrs as shown on a recent issue. \ Garden City. -F-12 Itf 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Bedroom Home, Car port, 100 foot frontage, nice fruit trees nice lawn, $8,000.00. DORA E. LONG AGENCY 317 N. Seventh Street 296-H! PISHWASHER wanted. Apply — 8tf EARL BARTON SALESMAN & AUCTIONER Phone BR 6-7231 On my way to ... BUY A NEW CAR with the money from . . THE FIDELITY STATE BANK "You Have a Friend at The Fidelity" 295-6t FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. —13tf 292-TF I FRED SALINAS Yard Service, Si^mans^rill. ALCOHOLJCS ANONYMOUS - j lawn planting and roto-tilling j ^r^s WA NTED - Apply ARE YOU • interested in buying FOR SALE — 1960 Fairlane 500, standard shift; BR 6-5272 after six. —20 LEGALS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p m., at Gardcndale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctly anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR S-7011. Tf Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Cad BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Residents FOR L. B. PRICE merchandise, call BR 6-5376, Faye Charles. —16 2—Miscellaneous WE PAY $1 cash if any same work. BR 6-7500. —31 SEWING MACHINE repairs, ail makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. — 18« 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 • _ ?3.tf TOP soil for yards, deiivere;! Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. . —31'.? in person, Coffee Ann. —13tf rentals. One 5 bedroom solid house, one 2 bedroom house, one large building, hen house and iwuMv^ urM^iuj i c i oll ble garage. All in on e plot of Travel, opportunity, work, live I 9flfi ,. £ nnf r o _ *q ann fnr all in j . r r .,i ' „_ UJ; D , : <288 n - frontage. $9,8iw tor an. in- emp | 0 y 8a j. ts t. earn $a,ooo and up and travel with young ladies. quire Just north VFW olub _ , per year| . f you gre qU8(ified You 21—Business Opportunities MOTEL MANAGEMENT Est. motel industry needs 90,000 employees. Est. earn $6,000 and up your own age. Travel California major cities and return. Must be neat and free to leave immediately. New car and transportation expenses paid. $250.00 plus bonus to start. For personal interview, please contact Miss Brown, Trail Inn Motel, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. -18 11 a—Mobile Homes OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon 50' x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES will be trained in home study, no time off from present job. Get trict No. 108 and located near the north eiv.l of thn north-oouth alley In Fnnklimispr Subdivision nnd Immediately cost of Belmont Placn; thence miming north a distance of 22 feet to a manhole designated as M.H.-l District No. 124. wtilch will bo constructed as a part of this lateral, thence running cast along a line parallel to and 4 feet south of the north linn of the past-west alley 1m- modlatoly south of Harding Avenue a distance of ,'191 feet and terminating in a manhole designated as M.H.- 2 District No. 124, which will be con.itruntnd as a part of this lateral. Section 3. That It is hereby deemed necessary and ordered that a sanitary sewer lateral be built and con. utructe.l in all of the said district which is cir.-ated by Section 1 of Mils nrdl:innce as authorized by Section 12-B18. of the General Statutes of Kansas, 1949. and a.ny amendments thereto, in accordance with the plans and specifications of the City Engl- ner which are now on file In the City Clerk's office. PROVIDED That :>o part of the cost of the within described sewer lateral shall be paid by the Issuance of bonds or any other form of public financing. Section 4. That this ordinance shall lake, effect on Hm day of Its publication, as provided by law. In the Harden City Telegram, the official City paper. PASSED by the Commission on the 10th day of October, 1962. Signed by the Mayor. JAMRS S. SLOAN Mayor ATTEST: Chap. R. Peebles City Clerk (SEAL) Young Hobby Clu> Turn Collection of Shells into Birds (Published In the Garden City Telegram on the 16th day of October, 1962.) RESOLUTION NO. 543 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE FOLLOWING IMPROVEMENT TO BE MADE: THE CON- .adv-now for b«i ,ob boo"m for, ^^^SL^^^ "5S cast. Don t let age, experience or LATERAL IN SANITARY SEWER 296-H , Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 285-tf education stop you. For personal interview in this area write; home address, occupation and phone no. to: Motel Training School, 3222 Arapahoe, Boulder, Colorado. 293-4t-pd. EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. —12tf MEN! EARN $750 TO $1000 MONTHLY Learn to investigate auto accidents. Investigators needed in every state. FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. ! u/ , '•_ „„„ tn WOP L / or i. ra , :„ item can be purchased at any! E . Bader, BR 6-4671. -9tf ' We tr V 9 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neelv's A-G. — 21tf NEED an electrician? Call 6-4568 Davy -Jester. surance companies or open your . Robinson, Imperial Route; BR own office. Associate with important people. We train you at home in I 6-7896. —20 ROTO SPADING—Hav« your garden ~ 1U ! spare time. You hold present job | FOR SALE — Two used 605 Minneapolis Moline engines. 1 2-3 until ready to switch. Free ; RWIVJ 3r^\uiiNt»—nav« your garaen . . . ... .. • • t n i i"-"i'«"a «»•«!"». v.» b >uk.a. *. -^ IfOOr^ it rle*n ! P |ots ' flow " S" dB "'- •*<=.'spad.d ™ n { ««'»'•"«•• Write, q.v.ng full used gearhead Cal , us today . Keep IT- Clean |th is fall for better gardens next background and present |ob and Kangas Irr ig ation Engme Co>i SAVE 60 % RENT OUR EQUIPMENT- CLEAN YOUR OWN CARPETS. STREETER CLEANERS this fall for better gardens next spring. Can do your work aftar 4 p.m. and weekends. Reasonable. Call BR 6-7518. — tf background and present job and phone number, for personal inter view. Write Accident Investigating School, 3222 Ara P ahoe ' 29 ^ 4u J dpedr ; WANTED - Hay hauling and Kansas Irrigation Engine Co., PLanders 6-2307. —13tf i Colorado. 628 8th Phone 6-3481 296-H BUILDING; remodeling; sheet rocking and finishing; plumbing; concrete work for patios, i 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 FOR SALE — 30:06 Remington Gamemaster, model 760, $85. Phone BR 6-4004. —6tf 8—Situations Wanted WILL keep your children in your home while you are out of town: Experienced! References! BR 6-3152. — 5tf 6-3874. —lOtf NEED a plumber? Contracting, repairing, remodeling. Gillbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BR 6-7870. —lltf HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol .tery cleaning. Whiters Janitor Service, BR 6-3611. WINCHESTER model 12 —12 gauge, like new, with polly; 1206 St. John after 5 p.m.—15tf FOR SALE — Electric Welder, < 220; Hi Fi record player and j 6 — Good Things To Eat radio; lamp; quire 208 North 1st, trailer No. 1, | 11 to 1 or after 5 p.m. —18pd 7tf radio; Bendix Mangle; pole i TnMATf)F<? „,„___ lamp; Mahogany liquor bar. In- j T ™ A TOES ™? p S?f WILL DO ironing and baby sitting. Phone BR 6-4085, Mrs. Anna Adam. stacking, custom grain hauling, bundled feed hauling and stacking, ensilage hauling. * ill Eugene Mason, BR 6-6571. —29tf CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 6-5890 or 64246. -J-10 WANTED — Custom hay work, wire tie baler; BR 6-4603. —20 -48pd WANT TO D0 corn combining, 9—For Rent experienced. Lloyd Harding; BR 6-4655. —22 and beets at Peter Harris, I across from Flamingo Restau- WILL MAKE cotton doll clothes for Christmas. Order now. Phone BR 6-4759. —18 ,FOR SALE — 12 gauge automatic Remington; BR 6-4047. —20 FOR SALE — Cushman Eagle motor scooter. Good condition with windshield and buddy seat. Deep Freeze home freezer, 12.3 cu. ft. BR 6-3857 after 4:30. —18 rant. —15tf COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at 5th and Fulton. 'Call BP 6-3512. -9tf AVAILABLE' Nov. 1st — nice 4 room and bath, unfurnished apartment, close in, steam heat, utilities paid, reasonable rent, adults only. BR 6-4107 or BR 6- POTATOES - Irish cobblers, field run, $1.50 per sack. Oppo- 1 4016. — 12tf ONE HOUR service, dry clean only, 8 pounds 51.75 at the Garden Cty Laundry and Clean- era Inc. _16 CARPETS and life too can be beautiful if you use Blue Lustre for cleaning. McClung and Payne. _16 site Drive in Theatre. —17 I men. BR 6-9923 or for working 5th — 15tf 14—Want to Buy WANT USED baby bed. Call BR 6-5206. —16 15—Farm Machinery large tomatoes, $1.00 you pick them. Hot and sweet peppers, 25c Ib. Watermelons, 20c; new crop golden delicious sweet corn ready Sunday. Special price for deep freeze. FOR SALE: 1959 No. 92 14' Massey Ferguson combine, $3,$250.00; 1961 Super 92 16' Massey Ferguson, cut 1 e s .s 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 - I Box 127, Utica Kansas or call furnished apart-1 fdurlnff the da y) 6-8118. in, adults. Call BR | Compa; ' n y ) phone 52, Utica. —16 15 Li ONE 10' WIDE 2 bedroom mobile home with washer. One 2 bed- Bring containers. Come to veg-1 room 8' wide mobile home. In- etable market across street west | quire El ~ ' — •• from Mobil Service station Lakin, Kansas for information. Ochoa Gardens. — 18pd 7—Help Wanted WAITRESS wanted morning shift. Apply in person. Jade Cafe. —8tf DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Ness City T _,„ — area. All replies confidential. LOST: Pet crow. Call BR 6-5776. j Write Box K-912 % The Tele- Rewanl! _I7 ' Krarn . _ ltl Office. Rancho Trailer Park —17 SLEEPING ROOM for rent. Inquire at 510 North 9th. — 15tf 1947 FORD tractor; 1952 Dodge pick up, half -ton; BR 6-5814 after 6 p.m. —18 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE — Palomino gelding, very gentle and well trained. Ideal for children. BR 6-5511. —16 11— Real Estate 3—Lost, Found, Strayed HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell OP Trade Cash for your Equity MILK cows for sale — two fresh with heifer calves; BiR 6-4626. —17 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 FOR SALE — Pure-bred, male, blonde colored, Cocker Spaniel. BR 6-5855. —16 FREE puppies; BR 6-6973. —17 ,2iHf! INDISCREET mother wants ^^= I home for ba ! bies. Call BR 6- Properties offered by the , . . aen C//// (/3oard of • l\.eattor& MEMBERS Heinemann Agency Kisner and Son Jesse Scott Don Tallev Atherton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract JEtfESCOII REALTOR 1 ; 107 E. CULT ON Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 IS your home too Idrgy — has your family grown up and gone? Here is what you are looking for. A small 2-bedroom home with dHached ga* roge and d yard which requires a minimum of care. This home is long on step-saving convenience and edie. If you are tired of a big home, you must see this. $10,500 00 GI'S 3436 for kittens. 18 18—Household Needs USED bathinette, baby swing and high chair; BR 6-7410. -17 LEGALS (Published In The Garden City Telegram Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9. 16. 23 a^id 30, 1962, STATE OF KANSAS Noltc* vf submission of Proposed Constitutional Amendment at November i/ 1962, General Election ' Pursuant to Article 14, Section 1 of the) Constitution and In compliance with] House Concurrent Resolution No. It adopted by the legislature on February I/ 1962, 4 •proposition will be submitted to the- voters at the November 6, 1747? General Election for their -approval or refection to amend Section 1 of Article i «f the Constitution 'as follows: •"SECTION 1. Every cltlien of tha United States of the> age of twenty- one (21) years and upwards—Who shall have' resided In Kansas six («> months, next preceding any election, and In the township- or Ward In which h& or sh? offer* to vote, at least thirty (30) days next preceding such election—shall be deemed a qualified elector: Provided, The legls. Jature may provide.that a cltlien of the United States of the age of twenty-one CD years, and upwards, who shall have resided In Kansas In the township or ward In which he> or she offers to vote, at least forty* live (45) days, next preceding an/ Central election, may vote for presidential electors and candidates for the offices of president and vice- president of the United States." I hereby certify that the foregoing l/» Vue copy of the proposed amendment to the Constlrutlcii of the State of Kan- Vas contained Irr House Concurrent Resolution No. 2 adopted by the 196? Budget Session of th? legislature, the original of which Is on /He In- my office. PAUL R. SHANAHAN, (Seal) Secretary of Stated (Published in The Garden City Telegram Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, Sept. 4. 11. IS, 25. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30. 1962. STATE OF KANSAS Notice ol Submission of Proposes; Constitutional Amendment at •November «, 1942, General Electlotf Pursuant to Article 14, Section 1 of thfl Constitution and In compliance 1 with Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 31, adopted by the legislature on April 7, 1961, a proposition will be submitted to tha voter* at the November «, 1962, General Election for their approval or refection 1o amend Section 3- of Article.' 2 of tha Constitution as follows: "SEC. 3. The members of ih» legislature shall receive such compensation ai may be provided, by law." 1 hereby certify that the foregoing Is • true copy of • the proposed amendment •to the Constitution 0f 1he State of Kansas- contained In Senate Concurrent Resolution, No. 31 adopted by the 1961 Session of th» legislature/ the original of which 'Jj.on file> ii> my office. PAUL R. SHANAHAN, (Seal) Secretary ef Mat* (Published in the Garden City Telegram on the 16th day ol October. 1962) ORDINANCE NO. 595 FOR SALE — Vesta gas range 4 burner, large oven and broiler, timer; also, Kenmore 3 cycle automatic washer. Inquire at 1507 North 8th Street after 4p.m. —15tf AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 RENTAL PROPERTY We will build your new 3-bedroom, full basement home. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Attached garage, built- ^reyKoHrhrdra:-^ £.£ ASSORTMENT of ladies clothing 19—Wearing Apparel If you are an eligible Gl, call: Real Estate for sale. Size 10 and 12. Call HR 6-3780 after 1 p. m —22 AN ORDINANCE CREATING SANTARY SEWER DISTRICT NO. 124, DECLARING AND DEFINING THE TERRITORY EMBRACED IN SAID DISTRICT, DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A SEWER IN SAID DISTRICT, AND ORDERING THE WORK TO BE DONE UNDER TIIE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 12-618, GENERAL STAT. UTES OF KANSAS. 1949, AND ALL ACTS AMENDATORY THEREOF AND SUPPLEMENTAL THERETO WHEREAS, it is the considered judgment of the Governing Body o: the City of Garden City. Kansas, ttui 1 it la necessary to build and construe' a sanitary sower lateral in said District No. 124. NOW THEREFORE, Be It Ordain- cd by the Governing Body of tht City of Garden City, Kansiis: S.'rtion 1. That Sanitary Sewer District No. 124 is hereby created as follows: Bi-Kinning at the internee tion of the center lines of Hardki Avenue ami Center Street, thenct south along die renter line of Center Street to the north line of the east we.st alley Immediately south o: Hill-dins Avenue, extrnd.-d: theinc; west along- the extended north line nf Haicl east-west alley, tin 1 north lim of said alley and the north line o: .-.-lid alley (xlended to the center ltn< of Belmont Place: thence north along the .center line of Relmont Place to the center line of Harding Avenue tlienee east along the center line o Harding Avnue to the point of be- ginnig. Section 2. Sewer line deserlptior in Sewer District No. 124. The sanr tary sewer line to .serve this districi will consist of one lateral which wit b.' an eight (S) inch vitrified rla> pipe sewer beginnig • at an existing mnnhule deslirnated a.s M.H.-2 Dis DISTRICT NO. 120. CREATING AND DEFINING SAID DISTRICT AND ORDERING THE WORK TO BE DONE UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF G.S. 1961 SUPP., 12-6n,01 to 12- 6al8. BOTH-INCLUSIVE, AND ANY AMENDMENTS THERETO. WHEREAS, a petition was filed with the City Clerk on the 4th day O f October. 1962. proposing the follow. tig improvement: The creating of sanitary sower District No. 120 and the construction of a sanitary sew- llne consisting of one lateral In said srew'ftr district, setting forth: (a) Lhc general nature ot the proposed improvement: (b) the estimated or probable cost; (c> the extent of the proposed improvement district to bfi issessed: (d) the proposed metliod of assessment: («) the proposed ap- lortionment of cost between the 1m- nrovemnt district and the Oity at arge; and (f) a request that such .improvement be made without notice nnd hearing as required In subsec- :ion 1 of Section 12-6a04, G.S. 1961 3urm.. and WHEREAS, the Governing Body did m the 10th day of October. 1962, find such petition to be sufficient, and WHEREAS, salrj Governing Body did on the 10th day of October, 1962. luly adopt a resolution finding and determining that said Improvement was advinable. Now Therefore Be It Resolved by the Governing Body of ttre City of Garden City, Kanas: That the following Improvement Is liereby authorized and ordered to be made pursuant to the provisions of f.S. 1961 Supp., 12.6a01 to 12-6al8. both inclusive and in accordance with the findings of the Governing Body upon the advisability of the im-. provement as follows: (a) to construct a sanitary sewer Una consist- Ing of one lateral which lateral will be an eight (8) inch vitrified clay pipe sewer beginning at a manhole designated as M.H.-l which will be constructed as a part of this lateral and located over an existing sewer line at the intersection of the center lines of the north-south allay through Block 2 of Honrewood Addition and the east-west alley through East Vll- Inge Replat. of Lot 4 of Block 2 of Homew.ood Addition, thence running west along the center line of the alley through said East Village Replat, a distance of 330 feet a'nd terminating in a manhole designated as M.H.-2 which will be constructed as a part of this lateral, (b) the estimated or probable cost of such improvement is SI,600.00: (c) The boundaries of the improvement district shall be: Beginning at the intersection of the center line= of Chestnut Street and Anderson Street: thence north along the center line of Anderson Street to the center line of Laurel Street: thence e'ost along the center line of Laurel Street to a point that i q one, foot enat of the west line of Lot 7 of East Village R'enlat of Lot 4 of Block 2 of Homewood Addition, extended; thence south along a line parallel to and one foot east of the extended west line of sn'd Lot 7. the westlino of Lot 7 and the west line of Lot 7 extended to the center line of Chestnut Sbvet: tVence west, along the center line of Chestnut Street to the nolnt of beginning. Said district is hwehv designated ns Sanitary Sewei District No. 1JR. (dl the method of assessment shall be per square foot against all' lots and pieces of land within such improvement district; fel the apportionment of cost between tho Improvement district and By CAPPY DICK If you collected some shells at the beach last Summer, you now can have fun turning them into statues of birds. Figures 2, 3 and 4 show the possible res'ilts. In addition to the shells you will need some wire anu fast- drying glue. Study the shells and decide what kind of bird you can make from them. An example is the little auk in Figure 3. Its ' . a small, cone-shaped snail shell. Its head is made of two small, flat shells glued to the wide end of the bill. Eyes are to be painted on those shells. The body is formed of two flat shells glued together. A small, flat shell glued to the body ierves as its feet and the bird stands on a flat rock. No wire is needed in making this bird. The stork in Figure 2 has wire egs. A cone-shaped snail shell is its bill. Two small, flat shells jlued together make the head. Wire is used for the neck. Glue t between the two shells form- nig the head and the two larger shells of the body. The legs re pieces of wire attached with lue and the feet are small, flat the City at shall be one hundr*>r tier cent (1000M to be a s s e s s e r acninst the imn«-ovement district am: none per cent (0%) to be paid by the Citv nt lnv<re ADOPTED this 10th day of October. 1962. , TVVfES 1 SLOAN Mayor ATTEST: 0'ias. R. Peebles ftv flprk (SEAL) Page 6 ritv Tolojjrnra Tuesday, October 16, 1962 LEGALS Section 1. That Sanitary Sewer Din. .rict No. 75-33 is liereby created us Allows: Beginning at the Intersec- .ion of the center lines of Hamline Street as originally platted and vacated Sixth Street, thence hi a southeasterly direction along the said center line of. Hamline Street to the east line of Lot 3 of Block 38 of Holmes Third Addition; thence in a southwesterly direction along the east line of said Lot 3 a distance of .60 feet to the south line of said Block 38; thence in a northwesterly direction along the south line of said 31ock 38 to the center line of vacated Sixth Street: thence in a northeaster- y direction along the center line of vacated Sixth Street a distance of 160 feet to ithe point of beginning. Section 2. Sewer line description n Sewer District No. 75-33. The sani- :ary sewer line to serve this district will consist of one lateral' which will )e an eight (8) inch clay pipe sewer beginning at an existing manhole designated as M.H.-2 District No. 7523 and located 27 feet southwesterly of the center line of Hamline Street, as originally platted, thence runing "n a southeasterly direction along a li.ne parallel to and 27 feet southwesterly of said center line of Ham- ine Street, a distance of 161 feet and terminating in a manhole designated as M.H.-l District No. 75.33. which will be constructed as a part of this lateral. Section 3. That It Is hereby deemed necessary and ordered that a sanitary sewer lateral be built and constructed in all of the said district which ig created by Section 1 of this ordinance as authorized by Section 12-618. of the General Statutes of Kansas, 1949, and any amendments thereto, in accordance with the plans and specifications of the City Engineer which are now on file in the City Clerk's office. PROVIDED That no part of the cost of the witMn described sewer lateral shall be paid by the issuance of bonds o f any other form of public financing. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect on the day of it s publication, as provided by law. in the Garden City Telegram, the official City paper. PASSED by the Commission on the 10th day of October. 1962. SIGNED By the Mayor. JA.MES S. SLOAN Mayor ATTEST: Chns. R. Peebles City Clerk (SEAL) Ideas to Try shells glued to the opposite ends of the wires. The peacock in Figure 4 has •wire legs, too. The tail leathers are made of one big, fan-shaped shell. These examples give you the idea. Get out your shell collection, glue and wire and see what clever little birds you can make. TOMORROW: A new ci.ane* to win a "Draw-a-Cartoon" game! Moon Shot Set Wednesday CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —Engineers and technicians, frus- v trated for 24 hours by a faulty spacecraft component, made final preparations today to launch tha Ranger 5 spacecraft Wednesday toward the moon. The launching was called off late Monday when checkout could not be completed in time. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said there wasn't enough time to make the calibration check and replace Ranger 5 atop its Atlas-Agena B booster rocket. The problem, involving reduction of signal strength in a radio telemetry circuit, cropped up Sunday, Ranger 5 is intended to streak across a quarter million miles of space, take closeup television pictures of the moon and then land an instrument capsule to record moonquakes and meteor hits. NASA has a favoraWe period ending Friday in which to launch the rocket to put Ranger 5 on the desired coijrse. .If the launching is not accomplished in that time, the shot will be put off until the next optimum period, starting about Nov. 13. CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer (Published in th> Gardfn City TP!P- Ki-am on the 16th day of October, 1902) ORDINANCE NO. 595 AN ORDINANCE CREATINO SAN. TTARY SEWER DISTRICT NO. 75'•',3 DECLARING AND DEFINING TIIE TERRITORY EMBRA CED IN RAID DISTRICT. DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A QEWER IN SAID DISTRICT. AND ORDERING TIIE WORK TO BE DONE TINDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 12-618, GENERAL STATUTWR OF KANSAS. 19IB. AND ALL ACTS AMENDATOTY THEREOF AND SUPPLEMENTAL THERETO. WHEREAS. It is the considered .iudKmt'nt of the Governing Body of HIP City of Garden Cltv. Kalians. th.it it is necessary to build and construct a sanitary sewer lateral In said DUtrirt No. 75-33. NOW THEREFORE, Be It Ordnhi- cd hy Hie Govern hi K Body of the r>itv r,r n..i-.i«n Cilv Kaunas: OCTOBER REAL ESTATE BARGAINS If you would like to build a i Two bedrooms with full base- new home, let us show you j ment. Attached double ga- this choice 40 acres close to ' rage. Close in east side. Walk- 3 bedroom honrve just northwest of Garden City. New. Lots of room to move around BARGAIN This well-located 3-bedroom home QUIET LOCATION with attached garage i'. an ideal in vestment. Remaining loan balance CASH BUYER Brand new 3-bedroom home on 52 x 150 f*. lot with all utilities. Near Georgia Matthew, ichool. Would make excellent rental. To cash buyer only. $5,950.00 . 7IUN MAIN Lots east of Center—J25.00 front foot. Curbing paid. i Atherton Stallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 I E. Fulton BR 6-5262 town on highway 50. It has Jng distance to town. Just j m . i be«n levelled and is in corn ! painted. $12,000.00. - ..- , .—• stucco you have always admired an j a |f a |f a , balance for wheat. | t ^Jnterest. Ready for your in- Carp^ecMS ,JJ4 ^-^-,-J W e think VO« will like this One. "" ment ha» sleeping space, too. Large Real good terms. |3 bedroom, double garage and i Excellent school location. I kitchen. Excellent East location. A real nice house west side, I nice breeze-way. Corner loca- i You'll like at $,3,500.00. has fwo , arge bedroomi, hV ! tion> Excellentfor school. ing room, dining room, kitch-' en, bath. Covering on all floors. 5 acres of hillside ground just j , , i 10 acre tract close to town, north of Garden City. Excel-! ?.° uble 2 bedroom modern house, 2 : lent for home sites. i lce> Riiv/ prnm A Cj.ll J.L car 9 ara 9 e - Corrals for stock ouy rrom /\ Stallsworth shads. New P um P . i Good building lots for sale; KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY cheap. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 Be Safe Be Sure ... From A REALTOR! BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 I year old 3 bedroom house with over 1100 ft. floor space. Excellent school location. I year old 3 bedroom with car port. Good condition. $9500. Large 5 bedroom with 2 baths, garage. West side. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 295-TF 4-0 2.ST 41 4-Z 38 31 51 54- 48 43 3k. 3Z. 4-4 HORIZONTAL 46. dwarf 1. machine 47. coagulate 49. artificial language 50. Anglo- Saxon serf 51. military assistant 52.recent 53. at what part 4. stuff 8. bare 12. wing 13. sacred U. musical instrument 15. through 16. consumes 17. trade 18. regard 20. gossip 22. vexes 23. personality 24. loud noises 26. ponies SO. metal 31. feminine • name 32. color S3. village in Palestine 38. trumpet 38. high playing card 39. back 40. virtuous 43. Scotch pudding P I N L A L T FIRLCYAL time 54. nobleman 55. aeriform fluid VERTICAL 1. Cod 2. beverages 3. disciplinarian 4. facial parts 5. rajublea 6. high in pitch 7. enigma 8.city in Massachusetts 9. incite 10. dangle 11. erase 19. unit of energy 21. past 24. comedian Hop* 25. exist Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 26. bark 27. accusing 28. pronoun 29. perceiva 31. patella 34. hurry 35. performance 36. striker 37. loiter 39. Island 40. company 41. quiet 42. feminine name 44.concept Average time of inluUoo: 24 minute*. 45 - plants I© 1982, Kins Features Syud,, lac.) 48. prevaricatd CRYFTOQWl'S JALPO FIRNLALT WAIL, SYWWALT JIN F Y C U. PUSUYOUP Yesterday's Crjptoqulp: PLUMP ACTOR TRIES SITTINO AS COSTUME STARTS BPUTTIWG. I

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free