Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 1, 1962 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED Mid, efcttg* aNy ad 416 1 day, ptr W0rd 6e 3 days, p«r word IBe & days, per ward J4c 24 day*, per word We let* 10 per £«nt for emit in advanet DIALBR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturday*9:00 a.m. I—Soecial Notices ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, I p.m., at Gardendale Recreatioa Center. Write Box 713 for free literature Membership stt.ctly anonymous. Phone 8-3718 or BR «-701L If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrlv» By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 For Your Paper Garden City Resident* ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please tend your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. -Itf 2—Miscellaneous 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 offering this material at 15c per 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 keep it clean KEEP COLORS TRULY BRIGHT LET US DO IT CLEAN IT RIGHT! STREETER CLEANERS 62 & 8th Phone 6-3481 I-H SPANISH FOODS, Italian pizza, sandwiches. Open until 11 p.m. Tip top Oafe, 207 N. 8tb BR 69055. —K-9 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 FOR SALE or trade. Disposal; two — 6-12 volt battery chargers; one Lionel train, track and board complete; BR 6-6687. —6 SOUP'S ON, the ruglhafisrTo clean the spot with Blue Lustre. Leaves no rings. McOUmg and Payne. —1 FOR SALE — A Conn "Classic" Organ, with three speakers and chimes, also some atiquc furniture. Mrs. Pearl Leatherman, 303 East Main, Sterling, Kansas. Phone BR 8-2342. —-Spd TULIP bulbs, Peony, Crocus, Narcissus, Bone-Meal. Finnup Seed Store. <-\ FOR SALE: 1947 I.H.C. 2 ton, and 1952 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 3—-Lost, Pound, Strayed LOST — Antenna on metal 20x20 base with 4 suction cups and weti straps. Reward! Phone BR 6-5708 after 6:00 p.m. —2 LIGHT BLUE overnight case taken from car containing much needed medicine, papers and unreplaceable pictures. Please leave contents 803 North 1st. No questions asked. —3pd 5—Business Services SEWING MACHINE repairs, all makes. Collins Sporting Goods. Phone BR 6-3772. -18tl CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rofiing serv ce. S a t i s f action guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th, Garden City. -F-12 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-tl 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 6-4568 Davy Jester. —Itf ROTO SPADING—Have 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. —« HOUSECLEAN1NG? Call us. Also office, carpet and uphol .tery cleaning. Whiters Janitor Service, BR 6-3611. 7U TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771.. Smith Sand Company. . —3W 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. - _10tf 6—Goad Things To Eat TOMATOES, sweet potatoes, beets and turnips at Peter Harris — across from Flamingo Restaurant. ' —J 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. _lt» WOMAN DISHWASHER - Morning shift. Apply in person Jade Cafe. ' . ' —l WAITRESS WANTED - Apply in person, Coffee Ann.' —13tf 7—Help Want** HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Must be hard worker add not satisfied with less than $100 per week. Application held strictly confidential. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second or Box J-911 % The Telegram. -Itf WAITRESS Wanted -Apply Shermans Grill. —24tf NEED Hospitalization salesmen to sell Pyramid's Guaranteed Renewable tor Life Hospital Plan. Appointments furnished. Salary, commission and quarterly bonus. For confidential interview write S. P. Richmond, Box 392, Wichita. Kansas. —2 12—FaltlMMi W««ti It S«tV. CUSTOM MILO cuttng, five com bines. Ralph Greathouse, BR e-6107. -22tf WANTED: Corn combining. Have 92 with new com head. Leroy Robinson, Imperial Route; BR 6-7896. -5 CUSTOM ensilage cutting and hauling. Call BR 6-5890 or 64246. -J-10 WANTED — Custom hay work, wire tie baler; BR 6-4603. -2 HAVE OPENING for married man with responsibility. Musi be hard worker and not satisfied with less than $100 per week. Application held strictly confidential. Write Mr. Smith, 409 Second or Box J-9U % The Telegram. -Itf FOR SALE — 1 used 800 Minnea polls Moline Engine; 1 used 605 Minneapolis Moline Engine; also other used irrigation engines. See your dealer for Chrysler In dustrial Engines, O.Y. Brooks, Kansas Irrigation Engine Company, Ulysses, Kansas, Call Flanders 6-2307. —6 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, —Itf EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person Midway Cafe. —12tf 9—.For Rent 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 FOR RENT — Small three bedroom home, near schools. Phone 426-8553, Deerfield. —3pd DUPLEX two rooms, kitchenette, bath, private entrance, 1610 A, call BR 6-3979 after 6. ,—29tf ONE PERSON furnished apartment available Nov. 1st. Private bath, hot water heat, close in, all bills paid. Adults. BR 63583. —30tf UNFURNISHED garage -apartment, 516 N. 13th. Call after 6. p.m. —Ipd THREE BED-ROOM home on shady 7th street, $110 per month. Rental can be applied towards purchase. BR 6-4731 or 63117. —S TWO bedroom house, $60. Adults. Call BR 641938. -31tf FOR RENT — One bedroom house with walk-in closet, tile bath, kitcheoi and utility room, plenty of built-ins and storage. Large living room and hall carpeted. Adults only Dial BR 6-4793 —1 MILO Storage space available. Bonded Storage., Best Seed Company. —i 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE Only one — solid black male Pug dog, age 4 months. Call NI 9-3951 at Satanta, Kansas. v —6 FOR SALE — Pekingese pups, ARC registered at 310 N. 13th. -3 18—Household Needs FOR SALE — Zenith late model refrigerator. Some antique furniture;-1611 North 6th. I —Ipd SPINET TYPE piano in excellent condition, all tuned, $250. See any morning this week at 1306 North 8th. —1 BREAKFAST SET for sale, reasonable; BR 6-7409. —2 THREE ROOM apartment — furnished, bills paid, adults; 618 loth. —Itf 11— Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate t We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 228-TF NEWLY redecorated two bedroom home. East side location. Would consider selling 011 contract. Call BR 6-5192. —iDtf FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home on North 5th Street. Phone BR 6-7075. _27t| llo—Mobile Homes EXPERIENCED Saleslady to work our toy and housewares departments from, now until Christmas. Apply in person. Oklahoma Tire and Supply Company, 308 North Main. Properties offered by the ... Ljarden Lity v3oard of I^e OPEN SUNDAY New 1963 New Moon SO' x 10*. Front Kitchen. 2 Bedroom. only $3995 JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysjei, Ki. FL 6-1414 285-tf ' MEMBERS Heinemann Agenc> Kisner and Son Jest* Scott Don Talley Atherton-Sta llsworth Campbell Abitraet REALTORS IOT t.fULTON Ev.- K.nt Erickson BR 6-7784 2-badroom, north 6,300 2-bedroom, east 7,500 4-bedroom, west 7,500 2-BR, aH. garago, north ... 10,500 j 2-bedroom, bsmt., west .... 11,000 2-BR, bimt., d. gar., »ait .. 11,500 3-BR, den, d. gar. 61 north 13,250 3-b»droom, new, north .... 13,900 3.bedroom, west 12,800 2-BR, n«w, north, all school 13,500 3-bedroom, carport, w«it .. 14,250: 3-BR, fin. bsmt., gar. e«tt .. 17,400 INCOME PROPERTY i Multi-unit (6). wot 30,000 Multi-unit (4), w.jf 15,000 FOUR DWELLINGS All two-bedroom bricks, attached g«rag«t. Wonderful investment, never vacant. Just right for home and income. Farm land trada could be arranged. Call us for details! Atherton Stalisworth Agency REALTORS INSURANCE 101 IE. Fulton BR 6-5262 T BUV o. Stll THROUGH A EflLTOR WHERE ELSE . . can you find a newly redecorated 3-bedroom with new carpet, ceramic tile bath with ihower, full basement and attached garage for ... SI 2,600.00 Gl or conventional financing available! DON TALLEY, Realtor 419 N. 8th Phone BR 6-5730 BR 6-7375. BR 6-7975 AL WOODS 106 Grant Real Estate Mgr. BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 3-BEDROOM BRICK HOMES! Ideal school location!. Full bait- menti. Attached garages. (16,500 AND UP! Be Safe — Be Sure Buy From A... REALTOR! 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 FOR SAiLE — One 60,000 BTU circulating heater, '$50.00; Mo tor Electric Shop. —Itf KENMORE 3 cycle automatic washer, real good shape. Inquire at 1507 North 8th Street after 4 p.m. —15tf TWO wool rugs with pads — 12X 12 and 9X12. Call BR 6-4727.—1 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE — 1961 Volkswagen. See at. 510 N. 9th after 6:00. —13tf "You Have a Friend at The Fidelity" AUTO t LOANS! Fidelity rates are lower! THE FIDELITY STATE BANK 307-6t FOR SALE: 1961 Mercury Monterrey, four door sedao. Factory air, 'power steering. Call BR 68078. " _3pd Fflgee Garden City f efcgram Thuttdoy, Novtmbtr 1, 1962 UGALS CMFFOttD R. HOPS, JR., Administrator of the Estate etJ Mack Thoma*, da- ceased FLEMING, FLEMING »nd VANCE Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for said Administrator (Published In The Garden Clly Telegram Nov. 1, 8 and 16, 1962.) State ot Kansas, Flnncy County, ss. In the Probate Court la and for Said County • and State In the Matter of tho Estate of MACK THOMAS, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING NO. 3929 The State of Kansas to a'll persona concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition ha* bean filed In said court by Clifford R. Hopa, Jr., administrator of the estate of Mack Thomas, deceased, praying for an order of said court authorizing and directing tiie said administrator to sell as provided by law the follQwing described real property, to-wlt: Lot Seven (7), In Block Sixty-six (68), Original Plat of Garden City, Flnney County, Kansas, at public sale for cash, paying 6% real estate commission to the auctioneer; and,you are hereby r'equlred to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 23rd day of November, 1962, at 10:00 o'clock AM. of said day, In said court, in fhe City of Garden City, In said County and State, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. CLIFFORD R. HOPE, Jr. Administrator FLEMING, FLEMING and'VANCE Attorneys for said Administrator ,u 4C. (Published In The Garden City Telegram on November 1, 1962.) PUBLICATION OF APPROVED SCHEDULE OF RESTRICTED WAREHOUSE CHARGES STATE OF KANSAS GRAIN INSPECTION AND WEIGHING -DEPARTMENT WAREHOUSE DIVISION Effect Date November 1, 1962 Name of Warehouse: WOLF GRAIN COMPANY P.O.Address:, Deerfield, Kansas Located at: Wolf Siding near Finney- Kearny County Line Finney County, Kansas RESTRICTED TO RECEIVING GRAIN FOR TRANSFER FOR THE PUBLIC Receiving aad delivering, If loaded out. Ten cents (lOc) per Hundredweight. C.C.C. support grain handled under Uniform Grain Handling Agreement. Contract Rates. APPROVED: Warehouse Division Kansas State Grain Inspection Department S. Georgell Douglass Warehouse Examiner (Published In The Garden City Telegram NCV. 1, 8 and 15, 1962.) State of Kansas. Finney County, ss. In the Probate Court in and for Said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of SAMUEL WHITNEY WOOD, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING NO. 3940 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by Doris Evelyn Wood, also known as Doris E. Wood, who !s named as Executrix In the decedent's last Will, bearing date of 'April 20, 1961, an authenticated copy of which, together with the Order and Judgment approving said Will and aflmlttfcig it to probate in the Probate Court of Bernalll- lo County, New Mexico, with other papers filed herewith, praying for the admission of said Will to Probate in Finney County. Kansas, alleging said Doris Evelyn Wood, also known as Doris E. Wood, to be the sole legatee under said Will, and you are hereby vontilred to file your written defenses t'ipreto on or before the 23rd day of November. 1962,- at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of snid day. In said court. In the City nf Garden City, In said County and Sti'-, at which time and place said c'.ime will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decre-e will be entered In due course upon paid petition. DORIS EVELYN WOOD (also known as Doris E. Wood! , , Petitioner FLEMING. FT.EMING & VANCE Onrdeii Citv. Kansas Attorneys for said .Petitioner 20o—Motorcycles & Bicycles FOR SALE — 1949 model 74, Harley. Davidson motorcycle, in top condition, new tires, engine just overhauled. See at 1214 Mulberry, Dennis Siecrist. ' —3 LEGALS (Published in The Garden City Telegram Oct. 18, 25 and Nov. 1, 1962) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ' FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Hatter of The Estate of MACK THOMAS, Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT NO 3929 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration have been granted to the undersigned upon the estate of Mack Thomas, deceased, late of said county and state, by the above named court, bearing date of October 16th, 1962. Notice is further given that all persons having demands against the said estate muM exhibit them within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law; and that if their demands be not thus exhibited within such time they shall be forever barred. Willie Davis Given Honor NEW YORK (AP) - Willie Davis of the Los Angeles Dodgers, a disappointment in his rookie year, had a sparkling second season that earned him 1962 National League Sophomore of the Year honors in the annual Associated Press poll. The speedy center fielder collected 32 of the 107 votes cast by members of the Baseball Writers Association participating 3n the balloting. Outfielder Billy Wil liams of the Chicago Cubs, Rookie of the Year in 1961, was runner- up. He was named on 20 ballots. Davis, 22, a southpaw swinger and fielder, wound up with a .285 batting average after hovering around .300 most of the season. This was a vast improvement over the 1961 campaign when he hit only .254. Displaying power as well as consistency at the plate, Davis had 171 hits and 21 homers, collected 85 runs batted in and scored 103 runs. They'll Do It Evety Time •_-± ....- :.'. .• *'—-•-• "•" -t^.—^^..—....—~.^...... -* --- - -' w. . a - | ....... L L L By Jimmy Hatlo SAID LET'S ST< AT LIL'S DINER P0R PIEAN'COPPEE.'.' FoOSTER, THE DIESEL ' DRIVER, HAS TO YELL AT THE TOP OP HIS LUN6S TO BE HEARD ABOVE THE ENGINE'S ROAR"** 'j\ND WHEN HE ALIGHTS HE STIJ-L DOESNT TURN DOWN HIS VOLUME— IHA'MX AND A TIP OF THE HATLO HAT TO JAMES R. BOBIMSON, . tWOHUNKSA LEMON CHIFFOM, AN'TWO CUPPAS/ MI,LIL.'.f, i£v[ ^ *m ^T2 t Ffttom Bypdtent*, Inc^ 1902. WorM rltMa ttserte*. H Uganda Women Spearhead Big Push for Emancipation By LYNN HEINZERLING j KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Africa is 'still a man's world. All the shouting about freedom leaves most women grubbing for food, carrying water and firewood on their heads and being sold to their husbands like cattle. But a gentle revolution is under way in Uganda, the latest colony to become independent. A small group of women is leading a campaign to bring women into the new world of freedom. British colonial officers, the churches and a few progressive Ugandans have made some progress in emancipating women in the cities. In the rural areas, where 90 per cent of the population live, tribal customs condemn women to a life of toil and bearing children. Uganda fathers still exitract a bride price for their daughters from prospective husbands. In some places this may amount only to a goat and a few small presents. In northern Uganda it may run to 10 or more head of cattle. The bride, once paid for, becomes little more than a chattel. The husband's responsibility in the family runs to growing whatever cash crop he may choose, handling whatever money there is and sitting in the sun. He may occasionally mash up green bananas, add water and sugar and wait for it to ferment into "African gin" or waragi. On ceremonial occasions he will dress up in leopard skins and monkey hides and get out his spear, The bride is expected to take care of the sweet 'potatoes, beans, turnips and bananas outside the family's hut and to bring the water from whatever spring or stream is available. She must also raise the family and provide daughters who will, in their turn., bring a fancy bride price. Sons are welcome too because they enlarge the clan. The only women smashing these ancient tribal practices are those who get an education or marry more advanced African political leaders or businessmen. From, this group of women comes the move to improve the ot of rural women. One of the eaders is Mrs. Pumla Kisoson- cole, a South African from the Transkei African Reserve who graduated from Fort Hare University and married a visiting Uganda chief. The ability to speak English, of- 'icial language of the new nation, las become a status symbol. The Uganda Council of Women has asked United Nations aid in teaching English. Emperor di'in Shih Huang Ti had buried alive 460 scholars who objected to his policies. Dick Tiger Named Fighter of Month NEW YORK (AP) — Dick Tiger of Nigeria, newly crowned middleweight champion of the World Boxing Association, today was named "Fighter of the Month" by Ring Magazine. Ring, however, rates Paul Fender of Brookline, Mass., as the middleweight champ, placing Tiger in the No. 1 contender posi tion, followed by Gene Fullmer, the West Jordan, Utah, battler dethroned by Tiger. There were no changes in the heavyweight division, ruled by Sonny Listen, but Doug Jones ad vanced one step to third in the light heavy class following Eddie Cotton's defeat by Mauro Mina of Peru, the No. 2 contender to Harold Johnson. ' Space-age chefg have prepared squeeze-tube roast beef, semisolid chicken and noddles, dehy drated beef stew and diced chick en in gravy, and bite-size patties of ham, sausage and hamburger. 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. Over 1100 feet in house plus attached garage. New 3 bedroom suburban just northwest of town. Big lot and more land if desired. Very nice. 2 bedroom at 209 Edward St. Double garaga and breezeway. Corner location and excellent location. You wil like this one. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 If you would like to build a new home, show you this choice 40 acres close to town on highway 50. It has be«n 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 The council also is pushing to get more women in government » positions. With few women college graduates in Uganda, the number • of qualified women is limited. Only two women work in government ministries. . For tl:e rural women, the uplifting will be slow and painful. Most of them are illiterate as are their husbands. The husbands do not take kindly to wives working outside the vegetable patch and tho hut. PONYTAIL E) King Features Syndicate, Inc., 1962. World rights r"ca YOUR HOMEWORK." CROSSWORD - -. - By Eugene Sbeffer 12 IS 35 31 SO 44- 40 27 37 35 47 48 HORIZONTAL 1. exclamation 5. shank 9. speck 12. procreate 13. hop kiln 14. twilight 16. President 17. runs swiftly 19. mountain in Thesaaly 20. learned man 21. manservant 23. yawned 24, conjunction . 26, redact 27. relax SO. pronoun 31. neckties 33. behold 34. Roman emperor 86. city in Nevada 37. animal's foot 38. Middle Eaatorn • natives 40. color 42. prayer bead* 44. telephone 45. male relative 4(5. ancient people in Asia Minor 49. Greek letter GO. ensnare 52. particle 53. sun, 54. consumes food 65. dregs VERTICAL 1.request 2. fabricate 3. English poet 4. perception 5. musical passage 6. beam. 7. pronoun 8. leather thong E. ten years 10. furnace Answer to yesterday's puzzle, I ITlMTIUIBMMIEISINIE Aver*f e Urn* «f lolitUon: « mlautei. (€> 1962. King Features Synd., Inc.) CRYPTQQUIP8 11-1 11. examination. 16. chemical compound 18. affirms 20. devil 21. conceited 22. poker stake 23. presents 26. and Joan 28. sliced cabbage 29. urban center 31. color 32. Book of Old Testament Apocrypha 35. rogue 37. courteous 39. mountain crest 41. assessment 42. repents 43. upon 44. Inclines 46. headwear 47. pedal extremity 48. printer's measures 51. symbol tor- radium A M H R T F T H £2 RLA AMHRTFLM AMHBTFE, Yesterday'• Oryptoqulp: THE INTERMISSION IS SUCH 4 FROM SOME 4WFI& SHOWS,

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