Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 22, 1962 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 48e 1 day, per word * c 3 days, per word 15c 6 days, per word 24c 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 Wanre* I—Special Notices 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 8-701L PwiLL NOT be responsible for bills oilier than those made by myself. Waller McKclvy. —23 If Your Te7egram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturday! Please Call BR 6-3232 for Your Paper Garden City Residdnts ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as shown oti a recent issue. -Itf PERSONAL: Ann, I love you. Equity Federal Credit Union will loan me the money for the new car, at the new low interest rate, which includes LOAN PROTECTION INSURANCE, and the cost is only S4.95 per $100. This, way we can live within my salary, and have a new car. Please come back. Love, Gary. —22 I WILL NOT b e responsible for any debts other than those made by me. James A. Leiker. -23 3—-Lost, Pound. Strayed LOST — Brown billfold with iclen- tification Liberal rewa..: if pa- WAITRESS WANTED - Apply in person, Coffee Ann. —13tf EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. — 12tf CREDIT organization needs local man to introduce new Credit Plan to Business and Professional men 50 mile radius. If ^ou have sold Specialties, Food Plans. Books, Memorials, or have credit experience, this is an unusual opportunity for you. Permanent and must have car. High commission-bonus arrangement with advancement opportunity. $125 weekly draw qualified man. Write Box Q-918 in care of The Telegram. —22pd Men! Operate HEAVY EQUIPMENT Vast new 15 year building program underway NOW. Additional men needed to train at HEAVY EQUIP Page 6 ftnrdint City Tplojfrnm Monday. October 22.1962 11—Real Estate JESSE 5COTI REALTORS IOT C.rutTON BR 0-3434 BR6-6MI Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-77S4 RENTALS 2-bedroom w/bsmt . . . $80 per mo. 3-b»droom, FA heat . . $1 10 per mo. 3-bedroom, new $125 per mo. 300-tf pers and contents intact. Phone MENT operators. Complete training BR 6-6928. -24 5—Business Services SEWING MACHINE repairs, all makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. Ha—Mobile Homes OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon 50' x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 285-tf CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling serv on ACTUAL EQUIPMENT of your ! CHOICE. Equipment Operators are | among the highest paid skills in construction today. For complete information send name, address, tele- i —-— phone number and hours at home to: FOR SALE — 1956 — 45 ft., 8 —18Uj United Equipment Operators School, wide, American house trailer, nc. 212 Union National Bldg., Wich- '• T WO bedroom, Automatic washer. ita, Kansas. CONTRACTORS: Information about C6. S a t i S f action guaranteed. I ^trained operators upon request. Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th, j 301-H-pd. Garden City. -F-12: • | ACTUAL jobs in United States, Europe. South America. Many high pay. Write Employment Center, Room 289, 739 Boylston Street, Boston 16, Mass. —15pd LOCAL Man needed to represent national concern in this area. Married man 40-65 preferred. Must have good car. Knowledge of tractors and machinery helpful. Sales experience not neces- Will sell reasonable. West Side Trailer Park on West Highway 50. John Brooks. 100 Years Ago News of violence was abundant in Kansas newspapers in October, 1862, and these two stories are Stewart arrested Jack Dixon and Stephen Branch on suspicion of stealing horses from the government and kept them in the guard house at Fort Riley until last Wednesday when they were sent to Fort Leavenworth under an escort of five soldiers from the Fort. The party camped at a crossing of the Big Blue river, about four miles above Manhat- j tan. The soldiers say that they | took that route in order to avoid town and prevent their being rescued from the guard and released by their friends. "About midnight a large band of armed men approached the camp and when halted by the guard . . . they replied that they had come to get the prisoners. While the Capt. of the company was talking with the guard about the matter, the men rushed in upon the soldiers and seizing the The/il Do It Every Time ..•.w-e*. By Jimmy Hatlo HOWCUM WEVE NEVER SOLD FUNGUS AND FUNGOID? ISNT THERE AT LEAST ONE OF YOU WHO'S A REAL SALESMAN? A NEW SUIT TO THE FIRST ONE OF YOU GUVS WHO LANDS THE ACCOUNT.' ANY ' Ti VOLUNTEERS ? NONE OF THE SALESMEN AT PAOIO STATIOM KORN WANTED ANYTHING TO DO WITH FUN6US AND FUNGOID- UNTIL- —26 SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Srader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton George Smith Garden City 73-tf TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. —31'.? FOR YOUR Excavating call O. E. Bader. BR 6-4671. -9tf NEED an electrician? Call 6-4568 Davy Jester. —10 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. —21tf STRAWBERRY pi ante, now, proper time. Finnup Seed Store -25 SPANISH FOODS, Italian pizza, sandwiches. Open until 11 p.m. Tip top Cafe, 207 N. 8th, BR 69055. —K-9 keep it clean SUITS $1.35 TROUSERS 70 DRESSES $1.35 STREETER CLEANERS 628 8th Phone 6-3481 301-H INVISIBLE re-weaving on tears and cigarette burns on suits, coats and skirts. Alterations 911 Howerton; BR 6-3091. —K-18 ROTO SPADING—Hav. 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. —-if 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 root : er. Call C.W. Brecheisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR 6-3874. —lOtf NEED a plumber? Contrasting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BR 6-7870. -lltf WE PAY cash for used mobile homes, any size. Burnett Trailer Sales, Dodge City, Kansas. —27pd prisoners they took them 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. sary. We train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview, write qualifications, address and phone number to Roy Stanley, Dept. 10L11, CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR 6-7896. —3 FOR SALE — Two used 605 Minneapolis Moline engines. 1 2-3 used gearhead. Call us today. P 0 Box 392, Dallas, Texas. ! Kansas Irrigation Engine Co., —19 FLanders 6-2307. —13tf 8—Situations Wanted WANTED — Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauiing, WILL DO baby sitting or house- ' bundled .{ eed h . au " n 8 and stack- work anytime Call BR 6-7415. ing,, ensilage hauling. - \11 Eu- \\ork anjume. v,«m o _ 2 9tf HOUSEWORK, mornings only. Call between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m., BR 6-9982. 610 N. 9th. —22pd CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 6-5890 or 6- 9—For Rent COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at 5th and Fulton. Call BP 6-3512. -9U 4246. — J-10 WANT TO DO corn combining, experienced. Lloyd Harding; BR 6-4655. —22 WANTED — Wheat pasture for 60 head heifers and steers. Joe York, BR 6-3347. —22 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- 13—Want to Rent WANT TO RENT garage near courthouse. BR 6-5279. —23 HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol ,tery cleaning. Whiters Janitor Service, BR 6-3611. 7tf 6—-Good Things To Eat FANCY LARGE tomatoes, $1.00 bushel, you pick them. Hot and sweet peppers, 25c; sweet com 49c doz. or 5 doz. or more, 39c, special pric e for deep freeze; Bring containers. Come to vegetable market across street west from Mobil Service station, Lakins, Kansas for information. FOR SALE — Like new Winches ter Model 97, 12 gauge shotgun. Call BR 6-4361 or 6-7258. George Armantrout. —23 FOR SALE — 30-30 Martin, like new, $60. Call BR 6-6303. Ochoa Gardens. —26pd ONIONS — White, $1.45 per bushel. Bring container. Irish cob- lers, field run. Farmers Market, opposite Drive In Theatre. —27 7—Help Wanted 4016. —12tf SLEEPING room for working men BR 6-9923 or 501 5th. —15tf SLEEPING ROOM for rent. Inquire at 510 North 9th. —15tf 14—Want to Buy NAH/ NOT ME/ GIVE •IT TO ONE OP THE FRESHMEN.'IVE BEEN KICKED OUTA THERE TOO OFTEN.'.' THEV WOULDN'T BUY MANHATTAN FOR 23 BUCKS.'.' WHY DONT YOU HIT 'EM YOURSELF, CHIEF? /THEY'RE MY LODGE BROTHERS.' 'FUNGUS AND FUNGOID IS ON THE PHONE«. WANTS TO BUY A FEW SPOTS .'WHICH ONE OF YOU HAVE THE ACCOUNT? M WORK P FC YEARS.'.' -A DEAL BLEW IN OVER THE TRANSOM-NOW WHO'S ACCOUNT IS IT? BEEN SOPTEN- down the bank of the river, slipped a noose over their heads, threw the other end over the branch of a tree and hoisted them a few feet from the ground, where they were found dangling th e next morning. "A coroner's inques? was held ' the next morning. The guard could not recognize any of the actors in the tragedy. The only solution of the strange affair is that a great number of citizens wer e determined to make an example for the contemplation of those who feel inclined to indulge a propensity for horse stealing. There has been a good deal of horse stealing . . . recently in the region . . . This is a harsh and unlawful expression of the public of the estimation in which such characters are held." Manhattan Express, October 4, 1862. "On Friday night of last week the large hotel in Shawnee (John, son county) owned by Mr. Riggins, and some 12 or 13 obher Area Students Help Set Record at Fort Hays State Enrollment at Fort Hays Kansas State College has reached an all-time high with a total of 3,550 students — an increase of 9 per cent over the same date last year. A list of Garden City and area residents at Hays: • Garden City — Carol E. Sterling, Lilly M. Dreiling, Joe B. Wright, Richard E. Wasson, Joseph E. Kraus, James R. Wells, Sandra K. Barnett, Terry L. Rhodes, Sandra K. Gere, Charles S. Miles, Mildred L. Douglass, Gerold R. Garvert, Gary D. Jones, Allen A. Brandes, Judith K. Scott, Barbara J. Maglaras, Tommy B. Setters, Charles R. Williams, Patricia R. Lutterman, Carol A. Swartley, Sarah D. Smith, S t a,,n 1 e y W. Smith, buiMinigs, were burned by a gang ! Nancy E. Smith. WANT TO BUY used refrigerator; BR 6-3508. —22tf SLEEPING ROOM, 5th; BR 6-3953. 307 North —23 15—Farm Machinery 1947 FORD tractor; 1952 Dodge pick up, half ton; BR 6-5814 after 6 p.m. —22 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FURNISHED apartments, all bills paid, Spanish couple; BR 6-4327. — 18tf Ca -2 B oS FOR SALE - Year old leghorn hens. Robert York, BR 6-3347. —23 UPSTAIRS unfurnished apartment, close in, two room. Small 16X24' 'ock high storage, 103 Third. Finnup Office, 6-3032.—22 18—Household Needs PATTERSON'S Studio apartment, tile bath, refrigerator. Auults only. Call BR 6-3663 after 6 p.m. —22 11—Real Estate FOR SALE — Vesta gas range, <i burner, large oven and broiler, timer; also, Kenmore 3 cycle automatic washer. Inquire at 1507 North 8th Street after 4p.m. —15tf FOR SALE — BR 6-5743. 30-06. $75. Call —23 HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Must be hard worker and not satisfied with less than $100 per week. Ap- i •23 plication held strictly confiden-1 tial. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second or Box J-911 % The Telegram. -Itf FOR SALE — Baby bed with mattress, $20; steel leg high chair, $7; ladies new winter coat, size 24>,i>, $20. BR 6-7091. —24 DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Nes s City FOR SALE — Gas heaters from 20,000 to 70,000. 70,000 equipped with blowers and thermostats. V.O. Ward Furniture. —23 area. All Write Box gram. replies K-912 confidential. The Tele—Iti ONE HOUR service, dry clean only, 8 pounds $1.75 at the Garden City Laundry and Cleaners j WAITRESS wanted morning shift. Apply in person. Jade Cafe. —8tf —22 Inc. 3—Lost, Found, Strayed STRAYED — Black steer, weight — 550, fresh brand half moon over F, right rib. Call Floyd Frank, Copeland NO. 8-2223 collect or Finney Sheriff office. ELECTRICIAN or -nan with some electrical experience. Steady employment for the risht man. Call BU 6-6658. -22 HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trads Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 228-TF| FOR SALE — Two corner lots in Deert'ield, close {*> school. Virginia Gray, Cunningham, Ks. ' -27pd I NEW HOME. Full basement par-' titioned. Carpets, drapes, birch cabinets, six closets. Outside storage. $795 down, $89.04 payments plus taxes and insurance. Merlin | Smith, 1512 9th. Phono BR 6-4886. I —22 19—Wearing Apparel ASSORTMENT of ladies clothing for sale. Size 10 and 12. Call BR 6-3780 after 1 p. m —22 ALL WOOL pre-teen size 16 coat. BR 6-7044. —23 20—Autos and Trucks of rebel bushwhackers ... led on this occasion by a ... devil by the name of Scott. They also murdered two citizens named respectively Baker and Styles. They also killed a man by the name of Jacob Bertram, about five miles from SI wnee on Indian creek, and a Mr. James Warfield, who lives about five or six miles this side of Olathe. Near Mr. Warfield's hou? n at a spring where three men named Crosley, Clarkson and Ryan we:, camped for the night they murdered Mr. Crosley, shot Mr. Clarkson and left him for dead, and destroyed what they could not carry away of the groceries, &c., with which their wagons were loaded. We also hear that they carried off what they could conveniently take on their horses from Shawnee . . . "Since the above was put in type we have seen Mrs. Styles, the widow of one of the men murdered at Shawnee . . . Mrs. Styles assures us that Quantrill was at Shawnee. . . She says her husband was shot by George Todd of Kansas City. . . They set Mr. Styles' house on fire but Mrs. Styles and her daughters. . . succeeded in extinguishing the flames." — Wyanclotte Commercial Gazette, October 25, 1862. 23—Instruction two bedroom home. East side location. ,MAID wanted, Hayn Motel. Call j Would consider selling on con- —23pd I BR 6-4354 for interview. —22 1 tract. Call BR 6-5192. —19tf Properties offered by the . . . Ljat'tlen (—itif (J^oarcl J&Ju lOt'i MEMBERS Heinemann Agency Ki,ner and Son Jesse Scott Don Tallev Atherton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. -13tf "You Have a Friend at The Fidelity" PAY CASH.. for your car! See Us In Advance For Your Auto Loan! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 30l-6t MOVE IN i Like new three bedroom has attached garage, forced hoat tiled bath. No loan costs. $1.750 down and $100 per month. Good school location. See this east three bedroom brick, fireplace. I ', baths, Urge family room. Your home could be the down payment. Offered at $18.500.00. Afherton Stallsworth Agency JE55ESCOII REALTORS 101 REALTORS 1011 E. Fulton INSURANCE BR 6-5262 Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 2-bedroom. north 6,300 2-bedroom, east 7,500 4-bedroorn, west 7,500 2-BR, att. garage, north ... 10,500 2-bedroom, bsmt., west .... 11,000 2-BR, bsmt.. d. gar., east . . I 1,500 3-BR, den, d. gar, Gl north 13,250 3-bedroom, new, north .... 13,900 3-bedroom, west 12,800 2-BR, new, north, all school 13,500 3-bedroom, carport, west . . 14,250 3-BR, fir. bsmt., gar. east .. 17,400 INCOME PROPERTY Multi-unit (6), west 30,000 Multi-unit (4), west 15.000 1959 FAIRLANE 500 town sedan V-8, automatic transmission, air-conditioning, clean. Will take trade. Phone BR 6-7710. —23 MEN — WOMEN IBM WORKERS NEEDED! TOP SALARIES We will train you for h?gh paying career jobs in this field if you are interested and can qualify. Training n«ed not interfere with your present job. Ask about our finance arrangements. Write: JOB OPPORTUNITIES Box R-919, c/o The Telegram Please include your phone number. 30l-2t Holcomb — Bill D. Earnest, James B. Barlow. Kalvesta — Donna Byler. Pierceville — Marsha N. Cronin, Mada N. Cronin, and Jon K. Cronii!. Ulysses — Marvin L. Shelite, James F. Fox, Linda J. Buckner, Johc H. Battin, Elwin L. Hockett, Arthur E. Hockett, Susan K. Martin, Ross A Lock, Richard H. Cbffey, Linda G. Walters, Philip W. Phillips, Melville W. Loewen, Deanna F. Nash, Robert D. Waters, Woody D. Smith, Carol D. Stuart, Jerry L. Knave, Harry W. Spencer. Cimarron — Glenn D. Brown, Gary D. Drussel, Diedrick N. Frustrated Bandit Foiled HULL, Que. (AP) — A man stepped into a branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia and handed this note in English to the teller; "No noise. No alarm. Nobody will get hurt. Big bills. Quick." Teller Pauline Brunet said she told him in French she couldn't read English, whereon he left, saying: "Okay. I'll try another bank." Minutes later he handed the note to a teller in the Banque Provinciate, du Canada on the same street and got the same reaction. He proceeded to the Banque Canadienne 'Nationals where a woman teller read the note and fainted. The frustrated man dashed for the door, slipped on the freshly waxed floor and was nabbed by a bank employe and a policeman Police identified the man as Donald Abbey, 33, Montreal. They said he was unarmed. Brinkman, Alan W. Jacka, Richard L. Walker, Jr., Eldon C. Conant, Carol E. Walker, Gary L. Timken, Robert L. Timken. Copeland — Fred D. Patterson, Annette K. Reed, Beverly M. Caretson, Robert R. Unruh, Phil L. Unruh. Ensign — Mollie K. Sutton. Ingalls — Roger K, Loewen, Nancy E. Goddard, Helen L. Smith. Montezuma — Davi.". R. McCoy, Wayne D. Unruh, Karen L. Flowers, David V. Robertson, Jr., Ray A. Rexford. Tribune — Delbert W. Martin, Virginia L. Mathews, Delbert L. Callen, Emma J. Hect;, Evalyn M. Hoffman, WilUar W. Davison, Fredrick C H. .r.ann, Edwin W. Hampton, Bonnie J. Brunswig, William G. Goken, Virginia G. Woods. Syracuse — Delbert L. Branson, Joe H. Marak, Albert L. M^Ser, Galen E. Glenn, Betty S. Marak, Alton M. Ashmore, Thomas L. Smith, Clifford H. Pepper. Satanta -- Virginia D. Blair, Charlotte C. Brownlee, Laurence M. Decker, Merle Canfield, Slyn- cla J. Hagaman, Montie K. Hunter, Russell D. Oliver, Gerry L. Hagaman, Kenneth J. Blair, Marcia F. Birney, Max E. Hunter, Elmer C. Birney, Edward L. Frey, Terry L. Schonlaw, Carroll Wayne King, Gary Anthony, Larry Anthony. Suiblette — Gary R. Meyer, Kenneth L. Meyer. Deerfield — Carmen C. Coerber, Clarence J. Katz, Wanda J. Miller. Dighton — Ronald E. Conner, Stanley R. Bruns, Oren E. Ashby, R. Gordon Mull, Martha J. Steffens, Lois D. Shapland, Larry D. Thomas, Norman B. Thomas, Mary M. Steffens, Ron Mus- LEGALS LEGAL* (Published in Tlie Garden City Telegram Oct. 8. 15, 22 ana 29. 1962) NOTICE OP BOND ELECTION COHMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. U-5, FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS COMMONLY KNOWN AS KALVESTA SCHOOL DISTRICT Under the authority of G. S. 1961 Supp.. 72 -2017 and 2018 and 72-2315 to 72.2318, it is hereby ordered by the District Board of Common School District No. U-5, Finney County, Kan- «a.s, commonly known as Kulvesta School District, than an election be held at The Kalvesta School within said Common School District No. U- 5, Finney County, Kansas, commencing at 8:00 u.m. and closing at 6:00 p.m. on the 1 day of November, 1962. upon the question of Issuing General Obligation Bonds of said Common School District No. U-5, Finiie-y County, Kansas, in the sum of not to exceed BiKlity Five Thousand Dollars ($85.000.00), for the purpose of providing funda to pay the cost of constructing, furnishing, equipping, repairing, remodeling, and making additions to school houses and other necessary buildings fo,. school purposes within said Common School District No. U-5, Finney County, Kansas. The vote shall be by ballot, which ballot shall comply with all statutory requirements applicable thereto. DATED this 4 day of October, 1962. Bv order of tlie District Board: RICHARD W. EVANS Director LEONARD L. WOODS Clerk MAXINE BEERT Treasurer selwhite, Judson E. Murphy, Danis G. McWhirter, Carrol D. Bryant, Kenneth D Boone v Myra G. Krentzel, Rita L. Hallbick. Lakin — Michael E. Bolinger, Stephen M. McCormick, Mitchell E. Bolinger, Rhoda M. McNerney, Luk e P. Edwards, Richard E. Hoffman. Gary G. McCarty, John C. Clark, Richard L. Leffingwell, Charles Coover. Elkhart — Mary K. Carson, Robert L. Johnson, Rodney L. Pekarek, Denver R. Buck, Donna M. Browning, R c y d e n G. High, Linda Thompson, Charl?-. C. Whitecotton, Gary M. Thompson, Shirley F. Hartley, Vicki J. Thompson. Modoc — Carl E. Lomax, Shirley M. Heim. Scott City — Bruce E. Wilkens, ' Donna M. Breit, Larry G. Wade, Robert W. Hoeme, Jr., Dean Harper, Linnay Pa .lu.enter, La Donna K. Gruver, Michael K. Downs, Myron E. Hess, Thomas B. Keyse, Don C. Neely, Carolyn K. Mohler, Louetta L. Wilken, William R. Ludes, Helen L. Israel, Darroll Eaton, Sharon L. Peters, Richard 0. Russell, Lynn M. Pammenter, Roma L. Riner, Rodney L. Mohler, Charles L. Griffith, Hubert L. Binns, Martha R- Hopkins, lona R. Grosshans, Ann E. Rinkel, Beverly G. Stange, Gordon R. Brantley, Patricia L. Thiele, Eldean Bahm, Larry N. Harper. Moscow — Darrel R. Miller, Janice S. MeCue, Margaret Coop- ei. Leoti — Douglas E. Nagel, Eugene E. Lewis, Laura E. Clark, Darrell Dierks, James J. Weber, William K. Dumler, Gary A. Nagel, Jerry R. Royer, Ray E. Moses, Melvin E.- Grusing, Jo A. Harness, Orville W. Bonner, Joseph M. Zitnik. Marienthal — Helen K. Smades. CROSSWORD ---By Eugene Sheffer\ OCTOBER REAL ESTATE BARGAINS New with AL WOODS • 5* • •JSJffif:':"**' •'* vr 106 Grant **' f 500.00. Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 3 bedroom brick house \ If you would like to build a basement and garage, new home, let us show you Excellent school location, $17,- 1 this choice 40 acres close to Aim. O carpoi. 500.00. bedroom with condition. $9,- One of Garden City's finest 3-bedroom brick homes. 12x24 inq room. Built-in oven and rang*. Juit painted. $12,000.00. with birch cabinets. I \ baths. Attached garage. Finest residential area. One of our finest quality buys! $17,500.00 town on highway 50. It has , , , been levelled and is in corn!" '"- -•." '^r"? JI' "Jfti, ~ 2 Very nice 3 bedroom home on and a|falfai balance for whea t. I f°° m - th ,' s J bedroom with 2 3rd Street, $1,500.00 down., We think you wi || like this one.' bath , 5 ' double garage, dish$90.00 a month. ! Rea | good terms. ^ La . she . r ' carpet This is Two bedroom house with full;|Q acre f rac f c | ose to town, basement, attached double j 2 bedroom modern house, 2 w garage. Close in east side. car g ar age, Corrals for stock Walking distance of town. : s h 8C | 5 .New pump. Good building lots for sale cheap. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 a real $14,000.00. Three bedroom home with attached garage. Excellent school location. $11,000.00. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY SS 37 •48 24 25" 44. 39. small cow 40. English poet 42. position 45. unit of energy 46. oily fruit 48. total 49. bom 50. musical sounds HORIZONTAL 37. coins 1. donkey 38. plant 4. garden implement 9. headwear 12. decay 13. small boat 14. hasten 15. raisin 17. South American ruminant 19. female relative 30. box 21. bird 23. briefer 26. sound 27. weather phenomenon 28. Greek letter 29. pronoun 30. woo 31. metal container 32. note in scale 33. American author 34. male fowl 35. riant 51. being VERTICAL l.part of circle 2. French coin 3. sprains 4. meager 5. pulsate 6. insect 7. perform Answer to Saturday's puzzle. Arer»t« tlau ol lolullou: M rnlnulti. <|0 1962, King Features Synd., Inc.) 10 Zi 8. marine fish 9. map 10. intention 11. legume 16. govern 18. rendered fat 20. coast 21. disturbs 22. Indian pola 23. threw over shoulder 24. correct 25. skating enclosures 27. mints 30. ammunition chest 31. perplex 33. conspiracy 34. chisel 36. effigy 37. boxes 39. inlet 40. cognizance 41. before 42. cavity 43. operate 44. printer's measures 47. behold! BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 300-TF CRI'JPTOQUIPS HLXG VNZRPZAKQLVOV OTPXCQ N R HNNO LB V Q K Z A C T. Saturday's Cryptoquip: MOST CROOKS' CAPERS FAIL. TO FOIL KEEN

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