CLASSIFIED Mln. charge any ad 48* 1 day, per word *« 3 days, per word 15e 6 days, per word 24e 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 f :00 a.m. I—Special Notices /ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, I t>m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctly anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR t-7011. II Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 6:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please C*fl BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Residents ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. —Itf PERSONAL: Agnes, please come back. After talking to Equity Federal Credit Union, I h a v e found a place to finance the new oar you want, and still live within my income, Equity Federal includes LOAN PROTECTION INSURANCE, so if I die, the car is debt free to you. Love, Jim. —24 UNWED Mothers confidential help. Kansas Childrens Service 1825 Maple, Wichita, Kansas. —24 2—Miscellaneous STRAWBERRY plants, now, proper time. Finnup Seed Store —25 FOR SALE — Baby bed with 6—Good Thing* To tot FANCY LARGE tomatow, $1.00 bushel, you pick them. Hot and 1—Real titate FOR SALE — Two corner lots In Deerfield, close t- school. Vir- sweet peppers, 25c; sweet conrginla Gray, Cunningham, Ks. 49c doz. or 5 doz. or more,. 39c, special prtee for deep freeze; Bring containers. Come to vegetable market across street west from Mobil Service station, Lakins, Kansas for Ochoa Gardens. information. -36pd ONIONS — White, $1.45 per bushel Bring container. Irish cobbler potatoes, field run. Fanners Market, opposite Drive In Theatre. -27 7—Help Wanted -27pd NEWLY redecorated two bed' room home. East side location. Would consider selling ou contract. Call BR 6-5192. —19tf TWO Bedroom house, take over $60 per month payments and equity; BR 6-6835. —26 11 o—Mobile Homes OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon SO 1 x 10', Front Kitchen, 2 Bedroorri. only $3995 DUE to expansion I need 1 man 21 to 40, married, to service, . established accounts in Nes s City! JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES All replies confidential. Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 The Tele- 28S '» f -Iti area. All replies Write Box K-912 % gram. WAITRESS WANTED - Apply in person, Coffee Ann. —13tf EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. -12tf 50.°John Vrooks! mattress, $20; steel leg high chair, $7; ladies new winter coat, size 24VS. $20. BR 6-7091. —24 \ 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 phono number to Roy Stanley, Dept. 10L11, P.O. Box 392, Dallas, Texas. —19 HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Must be hard worker and not satisfied FOR SALE — 1956 — 45 ft, 8 wide, American house trailer. Two bedroom, Automatic washer. Will sell reasonable. West Side Trailer Park on West Highway —26 ZENITH HEARING AIDS and BATTERIES For All Hearing Aids. Don's Service WE PAY cash for used mobile homes, any size. Burnett Trailer Sales, Dodge City, Kansas. —27pd lib—Farms, Land, Ranches ONE-HALF section irrigated land. Priced to sell. B. C. Nash Real Estate. Lakin Kansas. —30 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. 8th & Laurel 284-H CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five com- FOR SALE — Redwood planter boxes, many types and sizes, nice for Christmas. Call BR 67994 or see at 1212 N. 10th. —29 ONE HOUR service, dry clean only. 8 pounds $1.75 at the Garden City Laundry £nd Cleaners Robinson, Imperial Route; 6-7896. BR —3 Inc. —24 plication held strictly confiden- iial. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second or Box J-911 % The Telegram. —Itf | WANTED — Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauling, bundled feed hauling and stack 3—Lost, Found, Strayed 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. -21tl keep It clean FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY STREETER CLEANERS 628 8th Phone 6-348! 303-H LOST — Brown billfold with identification! Liberal rewa : if papers and contents intact. Phone BR 6-6928. -24 5—Business Services SEWING MACHINE repairs, ail makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. —18U CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling serv ce. S at i s f action guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814. 505 N. 13th, Garden City. —F-12 INVISIBLF re-weaving on tears and cigarette burns on suits, coats and skirts. Alterations 911 Howerton; BR 6-3091. —K-18 Presbyterian Church RUMMAGE SALE Octobsr 26 and 27 • Starting Friday at I p.m. All Day Saturday starting at 8 a.m. OLD METHODIST CHURCH BUILDING 303-3t SPANISH FOODS, Italian piz.za, sandwiches. Open until 11 p.m. Tip top Cafe, 207 N. 8th BR 69055. —K-9 WINCHESTER model 12—12 gauge, like new, with poly; 1206 St. John. Cal BR 6-4103. —34tf SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Baclchoe 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, deiivere.-: Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. —31'.? FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. E. Bader, BR 6-4671. —9tf NEED an electrician? Call 6-4358 Davy Jester. —Itf ROTO SPADING—Have your garden plots, flower gardeni, «tc. ipided this fall for better gardens next spring. Can do your work after 4 p.m. and weekends. Reasonable. Call BR 6-7518. BUILDING; remodeling; sheet rocking and finishing; plumbing; concrete work for patios, sidewalks and drives; laying block for yard walls, and general repairing; sewer cleaning with electric rooter. Call C.W. Brecheisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR 6-3874. —lOtf NEED a plumber? Contracting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BR 6-7870. -lltf HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol .tery cleaning. Wbiters Janitor Service. BR 6-3611. 7tf bines. 6-6107. Ralph Greathouse, BR -22tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have with less than $100 per week. Ap-1 93 with new corn head. Leroy WAITRESS wanted morning shift. Apply in person. Jade Cafe. -8tf ing, ensilage hauling, v ill Eugene Mason, BR 6-6571. —29tf EXPERIENCED service station CUSTOM ensilage cutting and man. Apply 5th and Kansas — haiding. Call BR 6-5890 or 6- Hurd's 66. —25 MAID wanted: for interview. Call BR 6-3288 —24 4246. -J-10 WAITRESS Wanted —Apply Shermans Grill. —24tf WOMEN — Neat, age 25 or over for ocal survey work, steady, 6% hour day, 5 day week. Starting salary, $1.15 per hour. Must have car for use in work. .Extra allowance for car. Apply 9 a.m. Room 5, Walters Building, 317 North Mate. —26 8—Situations Wanted CHILD 'CARE — my home day or niight. Ask for Mrs. Johnson, BR 6-6567. —29 WANTED — Custom hay work, wire tie baler; BR 6-4603. —2 FOR SALE — 1 used 800 Minneapolis Moline Engine; 1 used 605 Minneapolis Moline Engine; also other used irrigation engines. See your dealer for Chrysler Industrial Engines, O.Y. Brooks, Kansas Irrigation Engine Company, Ulysses, Kansas, Call Flanders 6-2307. —6 16—Livestock, Pets. Poultry FOR SALE: Good saddle mare, gentle; good sadde. 314 West Maple. —24'pd WILL DO babysitting home. BR 6-4427. in my -24 FOR SALE: ARC registered Basset hound, IVz years old, $50.00. Call BR 6-5214. —26 9—For Rent COMMERCIAL Building formerly Wes-Kan Tire Service at iith and Fulton. Call BP 6-3512. -9tf AKC Registered Brittany Span- niel pups, 3-4 months old. Cheap to good lipmes. Ora Thornburg, Lakin, phone EL 5-6438. —26pd 18—Household Needs AVAILABLE Nov. 1st — nice 4 room and bath, unfurnished FOR SALE — Vesta gas range, 4 burner, large over and broiler, timor; also, Kenmore 3 cycle apartment, close in, steam heat, automatic washer. Inquire at utilities paid, reasonable rent, i 1507 North 8th Street after 4p.m. adults only. BR 6-4107 or BR 6- _i5tf 4016. -12tf SLEEPING ROOM for rent. Inquire at 510 North 9th. -15tf TWO BEDROOM house. Call BR 6-3938. —20tf FURNISHED apartments, all bills paid, Spanish couple; BR 6-4327. -18tf FOR RENT or Sale — Two bedroom home with basement, BR 6-6023. ONE small house, 314 West Maple. —24 11—Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-774! 228-TF FINE PIANO — Spinet style console, Less than year old. 100 per cent guaranteed, gorgeous tone, 43" scale, Coffee Walnut. Local responsible party can take over small payments, no money down. For details and inspection write: Home Office, Joplin Piano Company, Jopin Mo. —26 SINGEiR Sewing Machine, full automatic, 8 payments $10.50, two months old. Can be seen in Garden City, Write Box 607, Liberal, Kansas. —26pd 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. -13tf Properties offered by the ... Ljaraen C-ify KJoara of r\eaitc MEMBERS Heinemann Agency Kisner end Son Jene Scott Don Talley Athtrton-Staflsworth Campbell Abstract "You Have a Frisnd at The Fidelity" PAY CASH.. BUY or StU THROUGH A MOVE IN three bedroom hat at- garaga, forced htat, tiled WHERE ELSE . . . can you find a newly redecorated 3-bedroom with new carpet, ceramic tile bath with shower, full basement and attached garage for ... $12,600.00 61 or conventional financing available! DON TALLEY, Realtor 419 N. 8th Phone BR 6-5730 BR 6-7375. BR 6-7975 JESSE SCOII REALTORS Like new tached bath. No loan colts. $1,750 down ' and $100 per month. Good school > location. See this east three bedroom brick, fireplace, lj baths, large family , room. Your home could be the 'down paymant. Offered at $18,500.00. Atherton Stallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 I E. Fulton BR 6-5262 AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eva. 6-3164 •for your car! See Us In Advance For Your Auto Loan! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 30l-6t LEGALS (Published in The Garden City Telegram Oct. 24, 31 and Nov. 7, 1962) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN H. LIGHTNER, also known aa J.H. LIGHTNER. deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT NO. 3T15 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: HOMES FOR AMERICANS BEDROOMS IN THE REAR give this split level the look of a ranch from the street. The location of the front door at a SO degree turn from the walk allows aformal balanced gable treatment at the dining room and the projected closetf-and lavatory form a recess for the dining room's cathedral-type window. The almost entirely open living, level gives a, luxurious feeling of space. .Bedrooms are in the fear for privacy and quiet. The elevated deck from all three bedrooms forms part if Je porch cover below. Plan.HA259M, with 1,665 square fett on the living and bedroom levels, was designed by Rudolph A. Matern, 90-04 161 St., Jamaica 32, N. Y. People in the News Mr. K Applauds U.S. Opera Star By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Soviet Premier Khnis'.ichev took time out from considering the Cuban crisis to hear and applaud American opera star Jerome Hines, winding up a visit to the early next year as New York City's superintendent of schools, supervising the largest school system in the nation. Gross will succeed Dr. John J. Theobald, who resigned to U.S.S.R. with an appearance in business, is the the title role of "Boris Gudonov" Moussorsky's in Moscow. Khrushchev led the audience in applause that brought Hines back for four curtain calls, then went backstage with a party of top Soviet officials to congratulate the singei. Sherman Adams, 63, who was assistant' to former Pi ~sident Dwight D. Eisenhower, held a news conference at the College of Wooster (Ohio) but declined to answer questions involving security matters, such as Cuba, c-r to "air my political views." Adams was at the college for the opening of a three-week "Dialogues of Politics" program in which he is the featured attraction. The former New Hampshire governor said he has been writing and farming since resigning in 1958 as No. 2 man in the White House after admitting he accepted favors from industrialist Bernard Goldfine. Calvin E. Gross, 43, for four years head of the, Pittsburgh school system, will take over enter private $4Q,000-a-year Photos of Missile Sites Are Released WASHINGTON (AP)-The Defense Department released early today 14 aerial photographs of what it said were Soviet missile sites, bomber fields and patrol boats in Cuba. The photographs were made pub- lie hours after some of the pictures had been released in London. Some had been displayed by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara when he briefed newsmen on the Cuban crisis Monday niight after President Kennedy announced an arms quarantine of Cuba. There are three pictures of merchant ships which the Defense Department said were Soviet ships bound for Cuba carrying light jet bomibers in crates visible on the decks. Ona high-iltitulft shot the Pentagon describes as of a major air field and notes in an enlarged portion a jet bomlber almost assembled and 18 crates containing more of the IL28 bombers In another, seven Soviet PT boats are pointed out moored near an airfield. The . Pentagon saM the boats are armed with guided missile launchers- Among the others were air photos of what the Pentagon described as an intermediate and medium-range missile basds, surface-to-air missile sites, a missile assemWy depot and MIG21 jet fighters at a Cuban airfield. Fulton Dies Tuesday NEW YORK (AP)—Hugh Fultpn 54, chief counsel 01' the Truman War Investigating Committee, died Tuesday in his law office in Rockefeller Plaza, New York City. The Senate Committee's investigation into the World War II program brought Sen. Harry S. Truman of Missouri national prominence and led to his election as Vice. President a : later succession to the White House. Fulton served as the committee's counsel from 1941 to 1944. Iron cooking utensils should not be used when making pickles because the iron sometimes discolors the pickles. LEGALS You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Marvel I. Lightner, aa administrat- rix of. the estate of John H. Lightner, also known as J.H. Ligfttner, deceased, praying: for a final settlement of said estate, for the settlement and allowance of her account as adminis- tratrix thereof, for compensation for her attorneys, for a decree of said court adjudging who are the heirs, devisees, and legatees of the decedent, for the assignment of the assets of said state by decree of said court to those entitled thereto, and for all other proper relief; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 15th day of November, 1962, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Garden City, in said county and state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail herein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. MARVEL I. LIGHTNER, Petitioner FLEMING. FLEMING & VANCE Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner post. Gross, appointed by the Board of Education, will have 70,000 em- ployes under his direction. A native of Los Angeles, he holds degrees from the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of Southern California and Harvard University. He is married and the father of three. ' Aylward Hits At 'Brainpower' WICHITA (AP)—Paul L. Aylward, Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate, said Tuesday his Republican opponent, Sen. James Pearson, had implied in a recent newsletter that Kansas is short on brain power. Aylward said he refused to believe that Kansas "is losing its share of federal space and defense contract spending because Kansans are a bunch of dummies." Pearson, in the newsletter, set out factors which determine the location of much ne . industry or the placement of contracts, Aylward said! He quoted Pearson as saying "the one critical factor is brainpower." Aylward made his remarks at a meeting of Young Democrats here. Aylward said what is needed "is a progressive U.3. senator who is a friend rather than a foe of the administration in Washington through which contracts are awarded and by whom new space industries are established." Cold Outside Temperatures in the high 40s weren't the most suitable for short-skirted twirlers marching in Fort Hays Stare College's Homecoming Day parade Saturday. But at bast Paula Corn, left, and Nancy Ellsaesser, Sublette High School twirlers, managed to keep warm before the parade started. (Fort Hays State Photo) CROSSWORD ~ - - By Eugene Sbeffer\ 23 3Z 43 24 Z| 39 . •93 13 II* 33 47 30 44- IS 40 zz zo 34- 31 14- Zi* 4S 46 fl IO Z7 41 28 42 I -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ads! OCTOBER REAL ESTATE BARGAINS $11,500.00 3-bedroom with attached Utility room and earpated roam. Choice school location. garage. 3 bedroom brick house basement and garage. living Excellent school location, $17,500.00. New with If you would like to build a new home, let us show you this choice 40 acres close to town on highway 50.^ It has been levelled and is in corn Very nieo 3 bedroom home on I ano | a |f a |f ai balance for wheat. IOT t.riUTON »R<)-3<I34 W6-61 Eve. Kent Erickson BR 6-7784 NEW! 2 and 3-bedroom hornet and 3- bedrooms with basement. Various combinations of brick, frame, carpeting, oak floors, garages and room arrangements. All these homes have good school locations. Prices range from $13,500 to $17,500. These homes may be shown any time. Call us now! 3rd Stre.et, $1,500.00 down. Be Safe — Be Sure Buy From A... REALTOR! We think you will like this one. ' $90.00 a month. i Two bedroom house with full basement, attached double garage. Close in east sid«. i Walking distance of town. | sn " e ds. New pump 'Just painted. $12,000.00. 'i KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY Real good terms. 10 acre tract close 2 bedroom modern house, car garage. Corrals for stock Older 2-Bedroom—Carpeted. East side location — Double Garage — Sprinkling System. $2,000. down will handle. If you are looking for a lot of room, this 5 bedroom with 2 baths, double garage, dishwasher, carpet and drapes. . . This is a real honay. Price to town. $14|000j00 . Three bedroom home with attached garage. Excellent school location. $1 1,000.00. BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 Good building lots for sale cheap. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY BR 6-6712 BR 6-3446 HORIZONTAL 1. headwe&r 4. former U.S. president 9. fairy 13. Hebrew priest 13.test 14. a falsehood 15. hurried 16. cyclone 18. English novelist 20.-weathercocks 21. large cistern 22.tree 23. mangle* 25. in behalf of 26, by way of 29. hideous giant 30. Greek letter 31. enclosure* 32. tiny 33. child'* plaything 34. military weapon* 35. permit 36. seasoning 37. resource 40. scatters 43. watercraf t 45. obtained 46. wrath 47. large artery 48. twilight 49. moisture 50. one exhibiting excessive fondness 61. corded fabric VERTICAL L.flock 2. Turkish regiment 3. vestige 4. city in Greece 5. intoxicated Q. melodies 7. deface 8. splinter Answer to yeiterda.y'g puzzle. 10-14 A?er*f e !!•>• •' ielatlo>: H minitu. iCi 1963, King Feature* Synd., IDC ) JO-Z4 9. ardor 10.cord 11. rates 17. crow 1 * cry 19. type of cabbage 22. pronoun 23. cut grau 24. epoch 25. feminine name 26. grape gatherer 37.wrmntj fluid 28. donkey 30. small child 31. bundle of good* 33. collection of four 34. a shrew 35. male nam* 36.freshet 37. among 38. painful 39. simmer slowly 40. classify 41. bird 42. walk 44. exclamation. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 300-TF I CBYPTOQIJBPS S' Q X S N V B X C 8 B G C X V G X S N V B X V. Yesterday* Cryptoqoip: CONFETTI OR RICE fESTOONI BEBJBBONED BRIDES.
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