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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 48c 1 day, per word 6e 3 days, per word 1 Be 6 days, per word 24e 26 days, per word 'Oc 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—Hc'p Wanted WAITRESS WANTED — Apply in person, Coffee Ann. — I3tf EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. _ —12tf 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. -ttf Notices I 2—Miscellaneous ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership sti.ctly anonymous. Phone 6-3718 or BR fi-7011. If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Resident! TULIP bulbs, Peony, Crocus, Narcissus, Bone-Meal. Finnup Seed Stort'. —i FOR SALE: 1947 I.H.C. 2 ton, and 1932 Dodge 2 ton trucks. High rubber, good grain beds and hoists, good mechanically — not sunkers. Extra clean 30' Rol! lohome house trailer. Contact Richard Reimeht, Subette, Kansas. Phone Copeland NO. 8-2233. —5pd WAITRESS Wanted —Apply Shermans Grill. —24tf HAMMOND ORGAN salesman wanted to sell in eight or ten counties in this area. Good earnings. Write or call Bill English at St. John. Kansas, phone 5493221 or the Hammond Organ Studios of Wichita in Wichita. —31 3—Lost, Found, Strayed WANT — Lady to do light house work one or two days a week. Call in person at 301 N. 4th St. —3pd EXPERIENCED Saleslady to work our toy and housewares departments from now until Christmas. Apply in person. Oklahoma Tire and Supply Company, 308 North Main. —1 B—Situations Wanted LOST: Black Cocker Spaniel — south of tracks, east of main — Answers to nam e of "Nipper", i 9—For Rent Call BR 6-9995. Reward! -31 WANTED — Ironings or housework. BR 6-3716. -30 5—Business Services ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. -Itf __________ ________ __ ________________ j 150.00 REWARD for u.f mation loading to the arrest and conviction of person taking 1955 pink J and gray 4 door Chevrolet from used car lot west of town Wednesday night. Phone BR 6-7710. FREE luncheon served at Re- ; publican Headquarters from 12 ! to 1 Wednesday October 31. Pub- i lie invited. Meet George Meeker, I candidate for state representa- ' live. —30 I 2 — Miscellaneous SEWING MACHINE repairs, all makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. -13U 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 FOR SALE: 100,000 feet 1-Vi" Pipe measuring 1.66 outside diameter random lengths of 21 feet with threads and collars. This is No. 1 used Material and would be excellent for Water line, Gas line, or structural use. We are j offering this material at 15c per i foot in truck load lot s of 10,000' or over' delivered points in Kansas. Write Box 150 or Call CH 12582 FRANK J. BLACK, McPherson, Kansas. —1 SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavatina • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden City George Smith 73-tf NEED a plumber? Contracting, repairing, remodeling. Culbreath Plumbing and Heating, 2601 N. Main. BR 6-7870. —lltf FOR YOUR Excavating call 0. • E. Bader, BR 6-4671. —9tf NEED an electrician? Call 64568 Davy Jester. —itl HANNAH'S HUSBAND Hector hates hard work so he cleans the rugs with Blue Lustre. Me- i Clung and Payne. —30 keep it clean PROFESSIONAL CARE OF WASH AND WEAR LOOKS BETTER LONGER STREETER CLEANERS 628 8th Phone 6-3481 308-H ROTO SPADING—Hav» your g.rden 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. —H HOUSECLEANING? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol ,tery cleaning. Whiters Janitor Service, BR 6-3611. 7U TOP soil for yards, deiivere^ DiaJ BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. —31'.! SPANISH FOODS, Italian pizza,! sandwiches. Open until 11 p.m. Tip top Cafe, 207 N. 8tb BR 6-! 9055. -K-9! BUILDING; remodeling; sheet rocking and finishing; plumbing; concrete work for patios, sidewalks and drives; laying block for yard walls, arid general repairing; sewer cleaning with electric rooter. Call C.W. Brecheisen and son, BR 6-7715 or BR 6-3874. -lotf 6—Good Things To Eat TOMATOES, sweet potatoes, beets and turnips at Peter Harris — across from Flamingo Restaurant. —3 WE PAY SI cash If any same! item can be purchased at any' Garden City grocery at less price i than here. (Regular shelf price.)] 7—Help Wanted Neely's A-G. — 21tf| WINCHESTER model 12-12 j gauge, like new, with poly;' 1206 St. John. Ca! BR 6-4103. -34tf FURNISHED apartments, all bills paid, Spanish couple; BR 6-4327. —18tf SLEEPING ROOM for rent. Inquire at 510 North 9th. —15tf LOVELY" sleeping room, close in, front entrance, fine home; BR 6-6911. , —1 COMMERCIAL -space, business, storage, room for rent, parking, Finnup Seed Store. —1 PATTERSON'S Studio apartment, tile bath, refrigerator. Adults only. Call BR 6-3663 after 6 p.m. —30 FOR RENT — Small three bedroom home, near schools. Phone 426-8553, Deerfield. —30pd TWO ROOM house. 408 Hackberry, adults. Inquire 811 4th. BR 6-7990. —30 DUPLEX two rooms, kitchenette, bath, private entrance, 1610 A, call BR 6-3979 after 6. —29tf TWO bedroom house. Call BR 83938. ' —30 ONE PERSON furnished apartment available Nov. 1st. Private bath, hot water heat, close in. all bills paid. Adults. B« 63583. —30tf UNFURNISHED garage apartment, 516 N. 13th. Call after 6. p.m. —Ipd THREE BEDROOM home on shady 7th street, $110 per month. Rental can be applied, towards purchase. BR 6-4731 or 63117. —3 11—Real Estate TWO bedroom house. Take over $60 per month payments plus equity. BR C-6835. —31 HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trada Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 228-TF NEWLY redecorated two bedroom home. East side location. Would consider selling on contract. Call BR 6-5192. —19tf LARGE SWING set, three j swings, glider and slide. Can' see at 1214 Mulberry. Dennis Siegrist. —30! 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 Tele- ! gram. _iti' FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home on North 5th Street. Phone BR 6-7075. —27tf Ha—Mobile Homes WOMAN DISHWASHER — Morning shift. Apply in person Jade Cafe. _i OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon 50' x 10', Fron* Kitchen, 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 285-H Properties offered by the o // ttof6 \.cattof6 MEMBERS Heinemann Aqency Kisner and Son Jesse Scott Don Talley Atherton-Stalliworth Campbell Abstract REALTORS 107 i. rutto* E»e. Kent Erickson 3R 6-7784 OPPORTUNITV— d home in perfect condition — in o qood neighborhood -T— eaitiidb location — 2-bedrooms and i den — 2 baths — fu!l finished basement — air conditioned- — double garage — sprinklered lav/n — price $17,400 — Can't be beat' GI'S We will build your 3-bedroorn full bdiement Gl home for no down payment. Several new plans |ust off the drawinq board. Custom 3-b6droom, full basement attached garage, all extras. Brand new for only $15,750.00. 8UV or SELL THROUGH A JIEHITOR 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 : Gl or conventional financing avail-' able! DON TALLEY, Realtor 419 N 8th Phone BR 6-5730 8R 4-7375. BR 0-7975 AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 COMPLETELY REDECORATED! 2-bedroom with basement. Large Jiving room. Kitchen and dining room. E«st side. i $9,500.00 • «<>••«J3I Xni Real Estate '. Sure Always With • REALTOR! FOU* DWELLINGS All r.vo-bedroom briclcs, attached "•jaroqes. Wonderful investment, never vacant. Just right for home and income. Form land trade could be arranged. Call us for details! i Atherton Stallsworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE m_ E. Fulton BR 6-5262 Be Safe . . . Be Sure . . , Buy From A REALTOR! Page 6 <'Hv Tuesday, October 30, 1962 We have 4 used 10 Wides at $2,650.00 each. I new 55 x 10 Chickasha Gas and storms, $4,650.00. BURNETT TRAILER SALES Dodge City HU 3-4201 304-6* 11 b—Farms, Land, Ranches ONE-HALF section irrigated land. Priced to sell. B. C. Nash Real Estate. Lakin Kansas, —30 12—Farmers.Wonts & Serv. CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five combines. Ralph Greathouse, BR 6-6107. —22tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new corn head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route 1 ; BR 6-7896. —3 WANTED — Hay hauling and stacking, custom grain hauiiiig, 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 18—Household Needs 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 MILO Storage space available. Bonded Storage. Best'Seed Company. / —l 14—Want to Buy WANT TO BUY set of childcraft. Call BR 6-7181 or 6-6754. -30 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Three registered Hereford bulls; BR 6-6077. —31pd LIVESTOCK for sale. Good quality feeder calves, all sizes and breeds. Baby calves. For further information call Beryle Kennedy, EM 4-5882, Goodman, Missouri. -31 18—Household Needs FOR SALE — Zenith late model refrigerator. Some antique furniture; 1611 North 6th. —Ipd SPINET TYPE piano in excellent condition, all tuned, $250. See any morning this week at 1306 North 8th. —1 KENMORE 3 cycle automatic washer, real good shape. Inquire at 1507 North 8th Street after 4 p.m. —15tf THANKS We 'fake this opportunity to thank our g.ood customers who bought Mayco Water Softeners Jet Glass Water Heaters and Kohler Plumbing Fixtures Always Buy Plumbing from a Plumber JOHN TATRO 308-2T FOR SALE — 19 i r .'.i portable TV, 18 months old, $90. BR 65878. —31 Good USED APPLIANCES Refrigerators $49.95 and up Television $39.95 and up Automatic Washer $29.95 Ranges $9.95 and up Oklahoma Tire & Supply Co. 306 N. Main BR 6-7606 Garden City, Kansas 308-H 19—Wearing Apparel FOR SALE — Ladies coat. Black with fur trim. BR 6-7803. —30pd 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at 510 N. 9th after 6:00. —13tf "You Hav« a Friend at The Fidelity" AUTO LOANS! Fidelity rates are lower! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 307-6t FOR SALE — 1934 Plymouth. BR 6-3583. —30 20o—Motorcycles & Bicycles FOR SALE — 1949 Model 74, Harley Davidson motorcycle, in top codition, new tires, engine just overhauled. See at 1214 Mulberry, Dennis Siegrist. —30 FOR SALE: 1962 BMW motorcycle, excellent condition, accessories. Phone BR 6-5819. —31 FOR SALE — 1960 B.S.A. Super Rocket motorcycle, $550.00. See Jack Penney or call BR 6-4334. -31pd LEGALS (Published In The Garden City Telegram Aug. 7. 14, 21. 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9. 16, 23 a^d 30. 1962. STATE OP KANSAS Mottet •of Submission of Proposal • Constitutional Amendment «t November t/ 196?» General Election Pursuant to Article 14, Section 1 of th« Constitution and In compliance with) House Concurrent Resolution Now 2+ adopted by tha legtilature on February 1, 1962, « ^position, will be submitted la the voters at the November 6, !?«> General Election for their .approval or rejection to amend Section 1 of Artlcl* t of the 1 Constitution 'as follows: • •"SECTION I. Every citizen of fit* United States of the> age- of twenty- one- (21) years and upwards—wha «halt have resided In Kansas six (*> months. next" preceding an/ election* •nd in Ihe township or ward hi Which fift or she offer* to vote/ af least thirty (30) days nexr preceding such election—shall be deemed « qualified elector: Provided/ The- leg!*. Jature may provide.that a citizen of the United States of tha age of twenty-one (21) years, and upwards, Vho shall have resided In Kansas. In the township or ward In which h<» or she offers to Voter "f 'east 1 forty* five (45) day* next preceding tnf general election* may vote for presi* tiehtlal electors and candidates for the offices of president and vice* president of the United States." I hereby certify that the foregoirig 7/« true .copy of the proposed amendment To the Constitution of the State of Kan- oas contained In House Concurrent Resolution No. 2 adopted by the 1962 Budget •Session of th? legislature, tha original ot which Is on file NT my office, . PAUU R. SHANAHAM, (Seal) Secretary of £t»f» (Published in The Garden City Telegram Aug. 7. 14, 21, 28. Sept. 4, 11. 18, 25, Oct. 2. 9, 16, 23 and 30, 1962. STATE OP KANSAS NoffW of Submission of Proposw Constitutional Amendment at Ww*mher t, 1962; General Election Pursuar.r to Article 14, Section 1 of tna) Constitution and In compliance- with Sen- Hie Concurrent Resolution No..31* adopted by the leatalatu^ on April 7, 1941, • proposition will be submitted to thai voters, at the November «/ 19«2, General Election for their approval or rejection to amend Section 3 of Article 2 of tlM Constitution «a follows: "SEC. X Tha members of 1n» legislate* shall receive such com* pensatlon o» may fca provid«4 by \ hereby oertfiy fliar the forsgotno It « true copy of th* proposed amendment to th» Constitution Of the State of Kansas contained In Senata Concurrent Resolution. No. 31 adopted by the 19« Session of the legislature/ th# original of which 'to.on •<»«• l»> my office. PMi. R. SHANAHAW, (Seal) Secretary of Stanfc (Published in the Garden City Telegram on the l!0th day of October, 1962) ORDINANCE NO. 597 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND PROVIDING VOR THE ISSUANCE OF TEMPORARY NOTES OF THE CITY OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS. IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $1.600.00, TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO PAY THE COST OF BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTING SANITARY SEWKR LATERAL IN DISTRICT No. 126 THE COST OF WHICH SHALL BE PAID BY THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS. WHEREAS, tho City of Garden City, Kansas, has heretofore duly LEGALS authorized and ordered a sanitary sewer lateral to be constructed In nnwer district No. 126 under the provisions of O. S. 1961 Supp., 12-6a01 to 12-6al8. both Inclusive, and by its Resolutions No. 643 adopted October 10, 1962, and WHRREAS, the City Engineer's estimate of the cost of constructing the sanitary newer lateral aa above dracribed is $1,600.00, a'.id WHEREAS, the cost (if such Improvement is authorized to be fi.ild In whole o r in part by the Issuance of bonds under the authority of G. S. 1951 Supp., 12.6a01 to 12-6al8, both inclusive, and WHEREAS, the City Is authorized to issue ".he Temporary Notes ag provided by Section 10-123, 1981 Supp., to the G. S. of Kansas, 1949, NOW THEREFORE, Be It Ordatn- c.I by the Governing Body of the City of Garden City, Kansas. Section 1. That general improvement bondfl of such City will !«• issued as authorized by law to pay the cost of such improvements as the aame have heretofore been duly authorized, or such part thereof as shall not have been covered by collection o' special assessments prior to the Issuance of such bonds in a total amount not to exceed the cost of such improvements or the estimated cost, which ever may be less, the whole as shall be hereinafter spociflcally authorized by ordinance. Section 2. That for the purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of such Improvements until bonds can be Issued therefor the Mayo r and City Clerk be nnd they are hereby authorized and directed to issue temporary notes of the City of Gaden City, Kansas, as authorized and provided by Section 10-123, 1961 Supp., to the G. S. of Kansas, 1949, in an amount not to exceed the sum of $1.600.00. The notes of such issue shall be designated as Series No. 159 shall be consecutively numbered bearing interest at the rats of three per cnt (3%) per annum payable scmi- annually and to mature four (4) yeara from the date of issuance, aa provided by Section 10-123, 1961 Supp., to the G. S. of Kansas, 1949 such temporary notes may be issued from time to time as required during the pogress of such work shall be nego- tlabl and shall constitute General Obligation of the City of Garden City, Kansas. Section 3. That the Temporary Notes shall be in the form and exe. cuted as provided by law. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect on the day. of its publication, ns provided by law, In the Garden City Telegram, the official City paper. PASSED by the Commission en the 24th day of October, t982. STGNED by the Mayor. JAMES S. SLOAN Mayor ATTEST: Chas. R. Peebles City Clerk (SEAL) (Published in The Garden City Tele. gram on the 30th day of October, 1962.) ORDINANCE NO. 699 AN ORDINANCE TO ' OPEN AND WIDEN A CERTAIN STREET IN THE CITT OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS, THE SAME TO BE A WIDENING OF EXISTING JOHNSON STREET BETWEEN "A" STREET and "B" STREET IN THE CITY OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY OF SECTION 14-423, 1961 SUPP.. G.S. of KANSAS, 1949. WHEREAS, there has been conveyed to the City of Garden City, Kansas a parcel of land to be used for street purposes and more particularly for the widening of existing Johnson Street between "A" Street and "B" Street, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner of Lot 15 of Block 21 of Holmea Third Addition to Garden City, Kansas, thence in a southeasterly direction along the north line of said Lot 15 a distance of 49.3 feet thence in a westerly direction a distance of 45.65 feet to a point on the west line of said Lot 15, which point is 31.74 feet south of the northwest corner of said Lot IS; thence north along the weat line of said Lot 15 to the point of beginning. NOW THEREFORE, Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Garden City, Kansas: Section 1. That it is hereby deemed and declared necessary and expedient and for the best interest of the City of Garden City, Kansan, the inhabitants thereof and the general public to open and widen a certain street in the City of Garden City, Kansas, said street to be a widening of existing Johnson Street between "A" Street and "B" Street In 'the City of Garden City, Kansas, and said widening to be upon and over the following described tract of real estate, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corn, er of Lot 15 of Block 21 of Holmes Third Addition to Garden City, Kansas,' thence in a southeasterly direction along the north line of said Lot 15 a distance of 49.3 feet thence in a westerly direction a distance of 45.54 feet t 0 a point on the west line of said Lot 15, which point i s 31.74 feet south of the northwest corner of said Lot 15; thence north along the west line of said Lot 15 to the point of beginning, and said street is hereby widened, and opened as a part of the existing Johnson Street in the City of Garden City, Kansas, pursuant to the authority of Section 14-423, 1961 Supp., G.S. of Kansas, 1949. Section 2. That this ordinance shall take effect on the day of its publication, a s provided by law, in the Garden City Telegram, the official City paper. PASSED by tha Commission on the 24th day of October, 1962. SIGNED by the Mayor JAMES S. SLOAN Mayor ATTEST: Chas. R. Peebles City Clerk (SEAL) (Published in the Garden City Telegram on the 30th day of October, 1962.) ORDINANCE NO. 898 AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, OPEN AND EXTEND A CER TAIN STREET IN THE CITY OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS, SAID STREET TO BE AN EXTENSION OF EXISTING "C" STRET FROM VACATED JAMES STREET NORTH TO FAIR STREET IN THE CITY OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY OF SECTION 14-423, 1961 SUPP. TO THE GENERAL STATUTES OF KANSAS, 1949. WHEREAS, there has been • con. vej-ed to the City of Garden City, Kansas, by various deeds, a strip of land to be used for street purposes, and more particularly for the extension of existing "C" Street from vacated James Street north to Fail- Street, described aa follows, to-wit: Beginning at the intersection of the south line of Fair Street and FALL REAL ESTATE SPECIALS 3 bedroom newly,redecorated on 3rd St. Good School location. Tool storage. $1500.00 down and $90.00 per month— no loan expense. New 3 bedroom brick house with basement and attached garage. Just about ready to move into. Excellent for any school. Wonderful investment for rental. '2 bedroom, carpet, utility room, good school location. Will rent for $75.00. Now offered for $6,000.00. Can obtain $4,000. loan. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 3 bedroom northside one year old. Wil carry a big loan. Ov•ar I 100 feet in house plus at- 1 tached garage. i New 3 bedroom suburban just ' northwest of town. Big lot and j more land if desired. Very j nice. 2 bedroom at 209 Edward St. | Double garage and breeze- i way. Corner location and excellent location. You wil like this one. I KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 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 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 305-TF J LEGALS the center line of th« street now designated as "C" Street as originally platted; thence ertflt along the south side of Fair Street a distance of 10 feet; thence south • along a line parallel to and 10 feet east of the center line of satd "C" Street a distance of 208 feet to a point on Uie south line of Lot 19, Block 39, Holmes Third Addition; thence in a southeasterly direction n distance of 105.9 feet to a potat on the south line of Lot 17 of said Block 39, which potat is 30 feet east of of the center line of said "C" Street; thence south along a line parallel to and 30 feet eaet of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 159.01 feet; thence in a southwesterly direction along a 20 foot radius curve, concave northeasterly and tangent to the proceeding couree a distance of 16.5 feet; thence in a, southerly direction along a 50 foot radius curve concave westerly and tangent to the proceeding course a distance of 85.13 feet; thence south along a Ihia parallel to and 30 feet east of the center Hue of said "C" Street a distance of 10.73 feet to the south line of Lot. 12 of said Block 39; thence weat along the south line of Blocks 3(9 and 40 of Holmes Third Addition a dis. tance of 60 feet; thence north along a line parallel to a:id 30 feet west of the center linn of said "C" Street a distance of 10.77 feet; thence In a northerly direction along a 50 foot radius curve concave easterly a distance of 85.13 feet; thence in a northeasterly direction along a 20 foot radius curve concave northwesterly and tangent to the proceeding course a distance of 15.5 feet; thence north along a line parallel to and 30 feet west of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 159.01 feet to a point on the north line of .Lot 7 of said Block 40; thence in a northwesterly direction a distance of 105.9 feet to a point on the north line of Lot 5 of said Block 40, which point is 60 feet west of the center line of said "C" Street; thence north along a line parallel to and 50 feet west of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 20S feet to the south line of Fair Street: thence east along the south line of Fair Street a distance of 50 feet to the point of beginning. NOW THEREFORE, Be it Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Garden City, Kansas: Section 1. That pursuant to the authority of Section 14-423, 1961 Supp. t 0 the General Statutes of Kansas, 1949, it is hereby deemed and declared necessary and expedient and for the best interest of the City of Garden City, Kansas, the inhabitants thereof and the general public to establish, open and extend a certain street in the City of Garden City, Kansas; saTd street to be an extension of existing "C" Street from vacated James Street north to Fair Street in the City of Garden City, Kansas, and said extension to beupon and over the following described land, tc~wlt: Beginning at the intersection of the south line of Fair Street and the center line of the street now designated as "C" Street aa originally platted; thence east along the south side of Fair Street a distance of 10 feet: thence south along a line parallel to and 10 feet enat of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 208 feet to a point on the south line of Lot 19. Block 39. Holmes Third Addition: thence in a southeasterly direction a distance 105.9 feet to a point on tfie south line of Lot 17. of said Block 39. which point is 30 feet east of the center line of said "C" Street; thence south along a line parallel to and 30 fep.t east of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 159.01 feet; thence in a southeasterly direction along ' a 20 foot radius curve, concave northeasterly and tangent to the pro. ceedinp course a distance of 15.5 feet: thence in a southerly direction along a 50 foot radius curve, concave westerly and tantrent to the proceeding course a distance of 85.13 feet: thence south along a line parallel to and 30 feet east of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 10.73 feet to th> south line of Lot 12 of said Block 39: thonce west along athe south line of Boook 39 and 40 of Holmes Third Addition a distance of 60 feet; thence north along a line parallel to and 30 feet west of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 10.77 feet: thence in a northerly direction along a 50 54 Million To Cast Votes WASHINGTON (AP)—About 54 million Americans will vote in next Tuesday's elections, an Associated Press survey indicates. This would be about 65 per cent of the total eligible voters. The survey compares with an earlier prediction by the Census Bureau that 47.6 million Americans would cast ballots, based on the same percentage as voted on the 1958 congressional elections. The AP survey of state officials, party leaders and newsmen showed 83,462,017 persons are qualified to vote. Of this number, the survey participants estimated 54,253,100 will vote—about 6.3 million more than in the 1958 election. New York Stat« reported tha biggest gain in qualified voters, up 1,132,659 from the 1958 figure. Of the 7,892 ,002 estimated, eligible voters in the Empire State, some 6.8 million are expected to vote next week. Other states with big increases in eligible, voters since 1958: California up 775,000 to 7,531,211; Illinois up 500.000 to 5,550,000; Missouri up 500,000 to 2,500,000; Florida up 490,000 to 2,100,000; Ohio up 460,000 to 5,667.500; Texas up 300,000 to 2,350,000; Tennessee up 250,000 to 1,500,000, and Indiana up 200,000 to p,600,000. Mrs. Roosevelt Fights for Life NEW YORK (AP)—A family spokesman said Monday that Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt was "holding her own" but still seriously ill. Mrs. Roosevelt, 78, suffering anemia and a lung infection, was taken home from a hospital 12 days ago. Only members of her immediate family are allowed to visit her. LEGALS foot radius curve concave easterly a distance of 85.13 feet: thence in a northeasterly direction along a 20 foot radius curve concave northwesterly and tangent to the proceeding course a distance of 15.5 feet: thence, north along a line parallel to and 30 feet west of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 159.01 feet to a point on the north line of Lot 7 of said Block 40; thence in a northwesterly direction a distance of 105.3 feet to a point on the north line of Lot 5 of said Block 40. which point is 50 feet west of the center line of said "C" Street: thence north along a line parallel to nnd 50. feet west of the center line of said "C" Street a distance of 208 feet to the south line of Fair Street; thence east along the south line of Fair Slreet a distance of 50 feet to the point of beginning, and said street is Irer«by established and opened as an extension of thw existing "C" Street in the City of Garden City, Kansas. Section 2. That this ordinance shall take effect on the day of its publication, a s provided by law, in the Gar. den City Telegram, the official City paper. PASSED by the Commission on tha 24th day of October, 1962. SIGNED by the Mayor. JAMES S. SLOAN Mayor ATTEST: Chas. R. Peebles City Clerk (SEAL) CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer '8 31 41 54 57 Z7 45 12 19 37 sz 22. 20 29 39 It- 17 •40 8 30 47 23 24 HORIZONTAL 1. humble 4. strip of cloth 8. Spanish title 11. Middle Eastern native 13. house for raising 1 orange* 15. weathercock 1«. thing- daw) ' 17. holly 18. choice 21. sheep'* bleat 32. before 23. pronoun 25. protect* 29. mistake 31. Actrew: Gardner 32. away from 31. affirmative 35. smaller 38-baseat 41. overhead railroad (abbr.) 42. truck 44. collection 45. expostulate 50. actor: ——— Ladd 52. insect 53. Charles Lamb 54. comforter 56. perceives 57. ovum 58. sleeping place* 59. weep VERTICAL 1. fluid rock 2. verbal 3. need 4. 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