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CLASSIFIED Mtn. charge any ad 1 day, per word ....... ........ *« 3 days, per word ............. 1 5c & days, per word ............. Z4e 26 days, per word ............ We 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 I—Special Notices ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, I p m , at Gardendale Recreation Cpnter. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctly anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR S-7011. 3—Lost, Pound, Strayed WAITRESS WANTED — Apply in person, Coffee Ann. —13lf EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. —12tf 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 necessary. We train if hireu. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview, write qualifications, address and phone number to Roy Stanley, Dept. 10L11, P.O. Box 392, Dallas, Texas. —19 Page A f'ltv Tolopfrnttt Tuesday, October 23, 1962 11a—Mobile Homes I WILL NOT be responsible for bills Oliver than those made, by myself. Walter McKelvy. —23 If Your T«7egram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Pleave Can BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Residdtits ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. -Itf I WILL NOT b e responsible for i any debts other than those I made by me. James A. Leiker. I —23 LOST — Brown billfold with identification. Liberal rewa. 1 if papers and contents intact. Phone BR 6-6928. —24 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. —23pd 5—Business Services SEWING MACHINE repairs, ail makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. -18tf 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 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 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 Sand Company. —31'.? FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. STRAWBERRY plants, 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 1NVISIBLF re-weaving on tears and cigarette burns on suits, coats and skirts. Alterations 911 Howerton; BR 6-3091. —K-18 keep it clean ELIMINATE MOTH DAMAGE FREE MOTH PROOFING STREETER GLEANERS 628 Sth Phone 6-3481 302-H FOR SALE — Like new Winches ter Model 97, 12 gauge shotgun. Call BR 6-4361 or 6-7258. George Armantrout. —23 E. Bader, BR 6-4671. -9tf NEED an electrician? Call 6-4568 Davy Jester. — Itf 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. —tf BUILDING; remodeling; sheet rocking and finishing; plumbing; concrete work for patios, sidewalks and drives; laying block for yard walls, and gener al repairing; sewer cleaning with electric rooter. Call C.W. Brecheisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR 6-3874. —lOtf NEED a plumber? Contracting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BR 6-7870. —lltf HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Al,so office, carpet and uphol ,tery cleaning. Winters Janitor Service, BR 6-3611. 7tf 6—Good Things To Eat FOR SALE — 30-30 Marlin, like new, $60. Call BR 6-6303. —23 FOR SALE — 30-06. $75. Call BR 6-5743. —23 FANCY LARGE tomatoee, $1.00 bushel, you pick them. Hot and sweet peppers, 25c; sweet corn 49c doz. or 5 doz. or more, 39c, special price for deep freeze; Bring containers. Come to vegetable market across street west from Mobil Service station, La kins, Kansas for information. Ochoa Gardens. —26pc FOR SALE — Baby bed with mattress, $20; steel leg high | .chair, $7; ladies new winter coat, size 24V-., $20. BR 6-7091. -24 ; FOR SALE — Redwood planter j boxes, many types and sizes, nice for Christmas. Call BR 67994 or see at 1212 N. 10th. —29 J IT'S TERRIFIcTthe way wcVe selling Blue Lustre for cleaning nigs and upholstery. Me- Clung and Payne. —23 ! ONIONS — White, $1.45 per bufih el. Bring container. Irish cob bier potatoes, field run. Fanners .Market, opposite Drive In Theatre. —27 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 OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon , SO 1 x 10'. Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 285-tf FOR SALE — 1956 — 45 ft., 8 wide, American house trailer. Two bedroom, Automatic washer. Will sell reasonable. West Side Trailer Park on West Highway 50. John Brooks. —26 WAITRESS wanted morning shift. Apply in person. Jade" Cafe. -8tf WE PAY cash for used mobile homes, any size. Burnett Trailer Sales, Dodge City, Kansas. —27pd 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22tf EXPERIENCED service station man. Apply Sth and Kansas — Kurd's 66. —25 8—Situations Wanted WILL DO baby sitting or housework anytime. Call BR 6-7415. -23 CHILD CARE — my home day or night. Ask for Mrs. Johnson, BR 6-6567. —29 WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR 6-7896. —3 WILL DO babysitting in my home. BR 6-4427. —24 9—For Rent COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at ath 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 64016. — 12tf SLEEPING room for working men BR 6-9923 or 501 Sth. —15tf FOR SALE — Two used 605 Minneapolis Moline engines. 1 2-3 used gearhead. Call us today. Kansas Irrigation Engine Co., FLanders 6-2307. -13tf WANTED - Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain haulhig, 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. —2 13—Want to Rent WANT TO RENT garage near courthouse. BR 6-5279. —23 14—Want to Buy SLEEPING ROOM for rent. Inquire at 510 North 9th. —15tf SLEEPING ROOM, 307 North Sth; BR 6-3953. —23 TWO BEDROOM house. Call BR 6-3938. —20tf FURNISHED apartments, all bills paid, Spanish couple; BR 6-4327. —1811 THREE ROOM furnished house. Call BR 6-6259. —23 WANT TO BUY used refrigerator; BR 6-3508. —22tf 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE — Year old leghorn hens. Robert York, BR 6-3347. —23 VARIETY PUPS and dog/3. Humane Society, BR 6-5207. —23nc 18—Household Needs FOR RENT or Sale — Two bedroom home with basement, BR 6-6023. 11—Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or TracU Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 228-TF FOR SALE — Two corner lots in Deerfield, close t- school. Vir- FOR SALE — Vesta gas range, ^ burner, large oven and broiler, timer; also, Kenmore 3 cycle automatic washer. Inquire at 1507 North Sth Street after 4p.m. —15tf FOR SALE — Gas heaters from 20,000 to 70,000. 70,000 equipped with blowers and thermostats. V.O. Ward Furniture. —23 Anglican Global Congress to Be in Toronto By HILARY GORDON TORONTO (AP)—With one eye on the deliberations in progress in Rome, prelates of 18 independent national churches comprising worldwide Anglicanism are busy preparing for a global assembly of their own. An Anglican Congress, to be held here next Aug. 13-23, will j bring together 1,000 delegates — Japanese, Malayans, Africans and Indians as well as delegations from the British Isles, Australia, New Zealand, the Unite u States and Canada. The assembly takes on additional importance in Christendom's straggle for unity in that a key religious body will be able to assess contributions made by Roman Catholicism's current Ecumenical Council. Anglicanism, with more than 40 million adherents throughout the world, maintains both Catholic and Protestant traditions and some look upon it as a "bridge" church in the Christian unity picture, "The Church's Mission to the World" will be the main theme of the meeting, the third in the history of the communion. Planning committees have prepared a program calculated to evoke critical analysis of the way Christianity is facing up to conditions in a changing world. Church leaders, aware that the Christian church is under pressure on all sides by non-Christian theologies and philosophies, believe that a new approach is called for if it is to maintain any kind of relevance to the modern way of life. Under the general theme, delegates will consider the church's future on religious, political and cultural fronts, the challenges and the organization requirer to meet them. The inaugural service and a missionary rally will be held in Maple Leaf Gardens—hockey arena which will accommodate about 14,000 persons. Plenary sessions are scheduled for the Royal York Hotel and the closing service will be held in St. James' Cathedral. The Most Rev. Howard H. Clark, primate of all Canada, will be the chairman of the assembly. .The congress, made up of bishops, priests and lay delegates, is not a legislative body, but its pronouncements will weigh heavily in determining general Anglican policy. 19—Wearing Apparel ALL WOOL pre-teen size 16 coat. BR 6-7044. —23 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. —13tf L/ut'iueiu. uiuac t~ ounwi. »*i- i ,,., .. _ . , _, _. , ,. (l . . _ ' ,, . „. Vr . You Have, a Friend at Th» Fidelity gmia Gray, Cunningham, Ks. j ' — 27pd NEWLY redecorated two bedroom home. East side location. Would consider selling on contract. Call BR 6-5192, — 19tf JESSE SCOTT REALTORS IOT t.FULTON BR 0-3134 7— Help Wanted DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service established accounts in Ness City area. All replies confidential. Write Box K-912 % The Telegram. —Iti Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7734 RENTALS 2-bedroom w/bsmt . . . $80 per mo. 3-bedroom, FA heat . . $110 per mo. 3-bedroom, new ..... $125 per mo. 300-tf FOR SALE — Two bedroom home, a nice rental, reasonable. BR 6-6835. —25 PAY CASH.. for your car! See Us In Advance For Your Auto Loan! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 30l-6t Properties offered by the . . . \-jarden L^itu //Doara of' f\ealtc lOt'A MEMBtRS Heinemann Agency Kisner and Son Josse Scott Don Tallev Atherton-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract FOUR DWELLINGS All two-bedroom bricks, attached garages. Wonderful investment, never vacant. Just right for home and income. Farm land trade could be arranged. Call us for details! Atherfon Sfallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 I E. Fulton 6R 6-5262 JESSESCOI! REALTORS 107 l.rULTON Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 BUY or SELL .THROUGH A DEBITOR WHERE ELSE . . . can you find a nuwly redecorated 3-bedroom v/ith new carpet, ceramic tile bath v/ith shower, (L|| basement and attached garage for ... $12,600.00 61 or conventional financing available! DON TALLEY, Realtor 419 N. Sth Phone BR 6-5730 BR 6-,7375. BR 6-7975 2-bedroom, north ........ 2-bedroom, east , . , 4-bedroom, west 2-BR, att. qarage, north ... 2-bedroom, bsmt., west . . . . 2-BR, bsmt., d. gar., east . . 3-BR, den, d. gar, Gl north 3-bedroom, new, north . . . . 3-bedroom, west 2-BR, new, north, all school 3-bedroom. carport, west . . 3-BR, fin. bimt., gar. east . , INCOME PROPERTY ' Multi-unit (6 i, west Multi-unit (4), west 6,300 7.500 7,600 10,500 I 1,000 I 1,500 ; 13,250 ' 13.900 12,800 13,500 14,250 17,400 30.000 15,000 AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 One of Garden City's finest new 3-bedroom brick homes. 12x24 living room. Built-in oven and range with birch cabinets. I ; baths. Attached garage. Finest residential drea. One of our finest quality buys! $17,500.00 1959 FAIRLANE 500 town sedan V-8, automatic transmission, air-conditioning, clean. Will take trade. Phone BR 6-7710. —23 23—Instruction LEGALS (Published in The Garden City Telegram Aug. 7, 14, 21. 28. Sept. 4, 11, 18. 25. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 1962. MEN — WOMEN IBM " WORKERS NEEDED! TOP SALARIES We will train you for high paying career jobs in this field if you are interested and can qualify. Training need 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. 30i-2t STATE OF KANSAS Submission of Proposed Constitutional Amendment at November f, 1962, General Election 1 Pursuant to Article 14, Section 1 of tha Constitution and In compliance wlttt House Concurrent 1 Resolution No. It adopted by the legislature on February 1, 1942, <a "proposition, will be submitted lo the' voters at Ihe November t, 196Z> Genera! Election for their approval or 1 rejection to amend Section 1 of Artlclt i of the- Constitution <as follows: •"SECTION 1. Every citizen of 1h» United Stales of thu age of twenty-, one (21) years and upwards—who ehall have resided In Kansas six (i) months next- preceding any election? and In tha township or Ward In •which he or she offers lo voter at* least thirty (30) days next preceding •uch election—shall be deemed a qualified elector: Provided, The- leglsj lature ma/ provide.that » citizen or the United States of the age of twenty-one (21) years, and upwards? •who shall have resided In Kansas In thB township- or ward In which he> or she offers to Vote, at least forty- five 1 (45) days next preceding an/ Oeneral election* ma/ vote for presl* dehtlal electors and candidates tor* Ihe offices of president 1 and vlca* president of the United States." I hereby certify that the foregoing Is" I frue> copy -of the proposed amendment 1o the Constitution of the State of Kansas contained In House Concurrent Resolution No. 2 adopted by the 1962 Budget Session of the legislature, the original of which. Is on fH» I" my office. PAUL R. SHANAHAH, (Seal) Secretary of State. (Published in The Garden City Telegram Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, Sept. 4, 11. 18, 25. Oct. 2, 9, 1G, 23 and 30. 1962. STATE OP KANSAS KoHcc of Submission of Proposes Constitutional Amendment at November i, WZ, General Electteff Pursuant to Article 14, Section 1 of tha Constitution and In compliance with Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 31, adopted by the legislature on April 7, 1961, a proposition will be submitted to the voters, at the November 6, 1942, General Election (or their approval or rejection to amend Section J of Article 2 of the Constitution as follows: "SEC. 3. The members of the legislature shall receive such compensation, aj may be provided by l&w " 1 hereby certiYy thaf the foregoing Is » true copy of the proposed amendment 1o the Constitution of the State of Kan- las contained In Senate Concurrent Resolution. No. 31 adopted by thfr 19«I Session of tha legislature, the original of which 'Is.on file in my office. PAUL R. SHANAHAN, (Seal) Secretary of Stale Stew Is Getting Thick In Ohio's Political Pot By ART PARKS COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The stew Is getting mighty thick in Ohio's political pot. With the election only two weeks away, the air is full of charges in the gubernatorial contest between Democratic Gov. Michael V. DiSalle and his Republican challenger, James A. Rhodes. Those who know Ohio politics best seem to be unanimous in believing the DiSalle-Rhodes contest is the only real race in the Buckeye state this fall. All express belief Democratic Sen. Frank J. Lausche will be re-elected and Robert Taft Jr.. son of the late "Mr. Republican," will be a shoo- in for Ohio's new Congress-at- large seat. DiSalle, elected in 1958 as Ohio's first four-year-term governor, has had a sometimes stormy passage as he pushed through a tax-increase program and stumped for more liberal state programs, especially in pub- Ik and higher education and mental health. He started his campaign last May, shortly after_ the primary elections, in an obvious effort to goad GOP State Auditor Rhodes itito a free-swinging battle. But Rhodcs f so far at least, is having none of that campaign strategy. He lost a previous bid for the governor's chair in 1954 to Lausche who then was seeking the last of his five two-year terms in that office. A special grand jury has taken the center of the political sWge. It was impaneled last week on DiSalle's order after a series of tories published by a newspaper group charged influence peddling arly in the DiSalle administra- ion in getting liquor brands tocked in state monopoly store*, lie newspaper group has en- lorsed Rhodes. Scarcely was the «pecial jury rganized, however, before Di- Salle announced he wanted it to nvestigate also some activities in Rhodes' office of state auditor >ver which he has presided 10 rears. DiSalle said he wanted the grand jury to investigate allega- Elvis Presley To Have 31st 'Gold Record' By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)—It should corne as news to no one that Elvis Presley has another winning phonograph record. But it should be noted that his "Return to Sender" has sold 600,000 copies in its first three weeks, according to the Presley mentor, Col. Tom Parker. It is certain to win the singer his 31st gold record, not counting albums, and may hit two million sales worldwide. This information also from Parker, who might well be promoted to general for his handling of the Presley fortunes. , "We've played it very smart," says the oldtime medicine showman. "Other singers glut the market. We put out only four single releases a year, two albums. That's all." What does Elvis have to say? I dropped in for a chat on the set of "It Happened at the World's Fair," his latest film for MGM. "Yeah, I heard that 'Return to Sender' had the biggest advance sale of any record," he said. "But I don't pay much attention to those matters. I just do the numbers and hope somebody likes 'em." He doesn't even listen to them afterward. This came up when I asked him if his singing style had changed in his six years in the bigtime. "I don't think so," he remarked. "I wouldn't change th way I sing, other than to break up the fast tunes 'with a ballad now and then. "I don't really listen to my old numbers, anyway. Once a record is released I forget it. After I've recorded it, I listen to it over and over again to see il there's anything I can improve. But when I've okayed it, I don't want to hear it any more." (Published in The Garden City Tele- grain Oct. 23. 1962.) PUBLIC NOTICE ANNUAL MKBTING FINNEY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTBNSION LEGALS COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given in compliance with the provisions of section 4, chapter 8. session laws 1951. State of Kansas that on Friday, November 9, 1962, at the Flamingo Inn Kcstuurant, 1605 Jones, Garden City, KaTisas, beginning at 10:30 A.M the member s of tlie Finney County Agricultural Extension Council Bhal :ne<"t fo r the purpose of: (1) Electing from among their members an Executive Board consisting of a chair, man, a secretary, a treasurer and six additional members: (2) organizing the Advisory Committees, Agricultural. Home Economics and 4-H; (3 rraside.ration of th* County Extension Educational Program. All Extension Council Representa liven, Agricultural, Home Economics and 4-H are urged to attend. WAYNE WHEELER, Chairman Executive Board OCTOBER REAL ESTATE BARGAINS Be Safe — fie Sure Buy From A,.. REALTOR! New 3 bedroom brick house j with basement and garage. Excellent school location, $17,500.00. Very nice 3 bedroom home on 1 3rd Street, $1,500.00 down. $90.00 a month. Two bedroom house with full basement, attached double gaiage. Close in east sid«. Walking distance of lown. Just painted. $12,000.00. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 If you would like to build a new home, lef us show you this choice 40 acres close to town on highway 50. It has been levelled and is in corn and alfalfa, balance for wheat. We think you will like this one. Real good terms. 10 acre tract close to town. 2 bedroom modern house, 2 car garage. Corrals for stock sheds. New pump. Good building lots for sale cheap. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 Older 2-Bedroom—Carpeted East side location — D.oubl< Garage — Sprinkling System $2,000. down will handle. If you are looking for a lot o room, this 5 bedroom with 2 baths, double garage, dish washer, carpet and drapes This is a real honey. Pric $14,000.00. Three bedroom home with at tached garage. Excellen school location. $11,000.00. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 300-TF tions that auditors and examiners employed by Rhodes have charged phony expenses to local government subdivisions and kicked back the money, in cash, to someone in the auditor's office. Up until the time the charges started to fly, most observers had estimated DiSalle and Rhodes were running a very close race for the 3,800,000 votes expected to be cast Nov. 8. Most were inclined to give Rhodes « slight edge. What effect the eleventh-hour grand jury will haye on the outcome no one seems to care to predict at the moment. Breeding Jabs At CED Plans SALINA (AP) — Rep. J. Floyd Breeding, D-Kan., said Monday oisinessmen throughout farm reas must "close ranks with armers to stave off a serious threat to the future economic growth and stability of agri- ultura" 'We cannot close our eyes to the fact that opposition to farm n-ograms is strong, especially among consumer groups in ur- >an areas, and that it seems to be growing," he said in a talk pre- >ared for a meeting of a Salina :ivic club. Breeding said "the Committee or Economic Development, an irganization of reputable business and industrial leaders, has pro- rosed a farm program that would f adopted spell disaster for Saina and other .cities and towns ivhich exist upon trade from farm areas. 'If the CED plan for a massive retirement of land is adopt- id," he said, "this would very veil mean the creation of ghost owns throughout the High Plains." Breeding said farm area congressman will need all the help hey can get to overcome this hreat, and added: "One of the great tragedies of redistricting in Kansas is that it .eprives the state's major farm area of a second voic e in Congress, which will make the job of protecting farm income even more difficult." Veteran Actress Dies ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Acress-singer Monette Moore, a 30- year show business veteran, is lead at 50. The Negro singer died Monday of a coronary stroke at Disney- and, the amusement park, where he sang with a Dixieland band. HEALTH CAPSULES by Michael A. Petti, M.D. HOW PO YOU GET" CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER * IT HAS MANY CAUSES, BUI THE MOST COMMON CAUSE 1$ TOO MUCH ALCOHOL. FOR MANY YEARS ANP NOT ENOUGH COOP FOOP. ' TOMORROW: ALLERGIES. HoWi CapiuUt ghrei htjphil information. , Irii not intended to b« at t diagnostic riatur* Climbing Mt. Fujiyama has be-. \>me highly formalized. Buddhist cultists, notably the Fujiko, try o make 33, 88 or 108 ascents, ;hose being sacred numbers. Defense Starts In Murder Trial HAYS, Kan. (AP)—The defense j was expected to start presenting its side today in the first degree murder trial of Harry Jack Bloomer. Bloomer, 29-year-old transient from Youngstown, Ohio, is charged with killing Al Claycamp, WaKeeney marshal, and wounding Sheriff Chet MoAtee on July 14. Joe N. Baker of Topeka, former supervisor of the Kansas Bureau •of Investigation, testified Monday Claycamp was killed by bullets .from a .32-.20 pistol allegedly •owned, by Bloomer. Baker was among the last of the 14 witnesses presented by the state in the first five days of the trial. District Judge Be ^ict P. Cruise overruled a defense motion to dismiss the first degree murder charge. Delmas Haney of Hays, Bloomer's attorney, argued the stata failed to prove malice, deliberation and premeditation in th» shooting. CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer 21 44- 47 45 19 20 SI mm. Z<f 27 41 4Z HORIZONTAL 1. satiate 5. feline animal 8. stop 12. exchange premium 13. a falsehood 14. wings 15. type of furniture leg 17. tiers 18. agreement 19. ability 21.—- de Janeiro 22. erase 23. lament 26. style of type 29. part of circle 30. detests 31. compete 32. made more profound 34. festival 35. units of energy 36. because 37. bestow liberally 40. trads 43. price 44. at all times 46. church part 47. negative reply 48. feminine name 49. close by 50. being 51. gaze askance VERTICAL 1. agreement 2. culture medium 3. popular pianist 4. city in Ohio B. surfeit 6. be indisposed 7. seesawed 8. section in N.Y. City 9. genus of lily family Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Av«r«r« Ume of notation: li minute*. C© 1962, King Features Synd., Inc.) CRYPTOQUIPS 10-2* 10. cotton fabric 11. examination 16. former Japanese statesman 20. exclamation 22. fruit* 23. insane 24. native metal 25. tissue death , 26. musical term 27. insect egg 28. Scotch river 30. in this place 33. alloy 34. ceremonial 36. distant 37. scrutinize 38.faithful expectatioo 39. bones 40. Turkish rulers 41. sea eagle 42. back 45. truck XEZYASSW EU UWXA YAMSEEZM PAUWPPEZAO PUWOAM. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: FIVE SOMNAMBULISTS TRAVEL, ON FOOT IN SLUMBER.

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