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Farm Wages Low (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Service EARLE, Ark.—Five years after federal minimum wage legislation was extended to agriculture, thousands of farm workers still labor for pay well below the legal minimum of $1.30 an hour. From the cotton plantations of the South to the cherry orchards of Michigan, from the blueberry fields in North Carolina to the apple ranches of the West, illegally low pay scales are not uncommon. Here in the rich soil of the Mississippi River Delta a housewife weeds soybeans for 55 cents an hour. In a large California prune orchard migrants get the equivalent of a dollar an hour at piece rates. In Michigan members of a Texas crew toil for 70 cents an hour in the strawberry fields. Such examples turned up frequently in a random check from coast to coast. All were on farms large enough to be covered by the minimum wage law. Smaller farms that employ two-thirds of all hired farm labor are not covered. They usually pay even less than large farms. The Labor Department provides few investigators to inspect farms covered under minimum wage provisions, and few farm workers complain of illegal pay rates for fear of losing their jobs. To thwart possible investigations, some growers do not keep required records of hours worked and wages paid. Even so, inspectors investigating complaints found; more than 6,000 farm workers paid illegally low rates in fiscal 1971. A powerful farm lobby was able to exclude farm workers from minimum wage legislation lor 28 years after the Fair Labor Standards Act gave coverage to industrial workers. Amendments in 1966 added workers at farms employing 500 man-days of labor in any quarter of the year but kept the scale 30 cents an hour below the $1.60 minimum that applied in most of the rest of the economy. !!PfM!^ A II •!., (Hutchinson News-UPI Tolepholo) BIG JOB — New York artist Mvin Loving, Jr., spent the week in Detroit mixing color for his 20-story, 20,000- squarc-l'oot mural now being painted on the walls of the First National Building in Detroit's Cadillac vSquare. The mural is believed to be the world's largest outdoor painting. Jobless Stage Protest (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Service WASHINGTON - In Milwaukee a few days ago. a group of unemployed laborers who had been turned down for jobs under the new Federal Public Schools Employment Act decided to stage a public protest. They went to the Civic Center Plaza, set up a mock university called Sweat State, awarded themselves diplomas, returned to the city employment office and applied for some of the jobs reserved for 'professionals.' - Employment officials, however, would not be moved. What the "Sweat Graduates" were really after were a few dozen jobs for unskilled workers, and Vietnam Veterans were being given preference for these. The incident in Milwaukee was indicative of the scramble throughout the nation for some 130,000 jobs that are being made available under the first general public service employment program since the works project administration of the 1930's. The Department of Labor is distributing $1 billion appropriating under the new legislation for the current fiscal year to more than 700 state, county and municipal jurisdictions, and another $1.25 billion is authorized for next year. Passed by Congress this summer and signed by President Nixon on July 12, the act is designed to alleviate unemployment and help financially-pressed local governments, which have been forced to trim payrolls during the recession. News Want Ads Announcements 13 Card ofThanks WE"wish to express our sincere "and heartfelt thanks to our relatives and friends for their v/ords of consolation and beautiful floral tributes at the death of our loved one, The Family of Leland DeVault. 16 Special Notices L i B (OTfc i E s Public, School or Private Send me 50c toward Ad and Mailing and receive a free copy of The Friendly Dragon, poetry for Kids, or High Plains and Broad Prairies, History in Verse. At 84, it Is time to clear my warehouse shelves! Edw. E. Bill, Garden City, Kans. 67846. Eldredge Innerspring Mattress & Box Springs Custom & Standard Sizes QUALITY ... at no extra price. 400 North Main MO 3-4591 MONUMENTS AND markers with - na"- tlonal distinction as advertised In leading magazines, Indoor and outdoor displays. Memorial Art Co., 1300 Nlcker- son Blvd. MO 3-3161. WHY "THROW MONEY AWAY? Get cash for your boxtops and labels. For details send 8c stamp to P. O. Box 516, Minneapolis, Minn. 55440. Reger Rents Steam Cleaners TODAY"lS YOUR DAY to get results from a Hutchinson News Classified Ad! Dial local 2-3311 or call operator collect 662-1215. PARENTS Without PARTNERS (PWP) Membership Drive. If interested, write Box 1292, Hutchinson. Deaths In Area John A. Dunn John A. Dunn, 91, 722 West 17th, died Saturday at the South Hospital after a short illness. He was bom Dec. 23, 1879, in Davis City, Iowa, and married Dacie Stanley, Dec. .1927, at Hutchinson. She died Jan. 10, 1939. He was a retired farmer and moved to Hutchinson in 1950. He was a member of the Abbyville United Methodist Church. He is survived by a sister, Vieyra Appointed to State Commission ., Genaro Vieyra, 705 Hoagland, has been appointed to the Kansas Commission of Civil Rights. The appointment was made by Gov. Robert Docking. Vieyra's nomination to the commission was sponsored by the GI Forum and Hutchinson City Commissioner Jim Martinez. Vieyra has been active on the Hutchinson Human Relations Commission and the GI Forum's Equal Opportunities (^oiruTLission for three years. Vieyra is a driver at the Hutchinson Fire Department, and is also employed part-time at Sears. Formerly of Larned, he's lived in Hutchinson nine years; is past president of Fire Fighters, Local No. 179. • Vieyra said he's tha third Mexican-American appointed to , LIVE ALONE? Husband away at nights? Protect yourself from INTRUDERS, DOPE ADDICTS with a low cost security system tor your home or apartment. Call 316-662-6154, Preventor Socurily Systems, Hutchinson. the commission and "was very surprised" when he received his letter from Docking Saturday. "I'm very pleased and want to urge anyone who has any problems or questions about anything to do with the Commission to talk with me or come to my home," Vieyra said. Mrs. Carl .Stanford, 722 West 17th. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the IClliott Chapel;- Kev. Hugh R. Morris. Burial will be in the Abbyville Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the chapel. Claude Ilcaton Claude Heaton, 85, 1313 West 3rd, died Saturday at the South Hospital after a short illness. He was born Oct. 23, 1805, in Partridge, and married Maude Perrill, Dec. 17, 1906, at Partridge. She died July 7, 1971. He was a lifelong resident of Reno County and a county road supervisor. He was a member of the Partridge Community Church, IOOF. the MWA, and the Moose Lodge. He is survived by a daughter: Mrs. Howard Berrier. Valparaiso, Incl. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Elliott Chapel; Rev. V." Glen McGill. Burial will be in the Partridge Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the chapel. Daily Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Boy—Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Noal, 9 Carllon, Friday. Girls—Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leo Kecs- llny, Hnlslead, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wayne Guy, 400 Liberty, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eugene Zollor, 1402 Dixie, Friday. Traffie Accidents Sept. 10—6:59 a.m. I0O Block Easl 1st. Johnnie D. Pruncr, 10, 317 Easl A, Soulh Hutchinson, charged will) careless driving alter the vehicle ho was driving ran oil the roadway, then struck a cannon positioned In Hie medial strip owned by the City ol Hulchlnson. 10:50 a.m.—Sherman and Washington. I Patricia II. Anderson. 50, .12 Tomahawk, Exciting— New -- All Electric Garden Grove APARTMENTS Fireproof:'' • Soundproof • Carports Near Northgate Shopping District 901 East 31st Avenue Shown 1 to 5 p.m. daily, including Saturday and Sunday. Phone 663-6532 charged will! failure to yield right ol way (posted slop) niter accident with n vehicle driven by Truman C. Snflord, 59, 309 East 4lh. 2:07 p.m.—1200 Block East 4th. Harry E. Foarl, 81, 3012-D Sierra Parkway, received undolermlnecl ln|urles lo neck, not Irealod, In occldenl wllh John II. Esau, 52, Inman, who was charged with careless driving. 5:42 p.m.— 13th and Prairie. Zenlllni A. Morgan, 22, 6 West 56th, received abrns Ions to 'right upper arm, nol Irealod when riding In car driven by Gene D Duval, 23, 1007 North Van Huron, who was Involved In accident with John E Gumpenborger, 27, 730 West I3lh. Bi2? p.m.—1100 Block Easl 30lh. Jamos W. Starks, 20, Burrlon, taken by anibu lance lo Soulh Hospital where ho wa: treated lor laceration lo (orohead received when riding as passenger In vehicle driven by Max L. Ary, 21, 412 Easl I6lh, who was involved In accident wilh Relnolil I.. Lelker, 20, 404 East 12tl\. Lelker was chanted wllh clianciinii dlrecl course without solely. AI:,o ln|urocl wore passengers In the Ary vehicle, Jerl I.. Starks, 19, Uurrlon, who rocolved bruises to toft shoulder, and Janet L. Ary, 21, 412 East 16th, who received abrasions lo both stilus and left knee and a bruise lo right upper arm. Both women and Storks wore Irealod al Soulh Hospital and released. Mrs. Elmer Griffin HORACE — Mrs. Ida J. Griffin, 74, died Thursday a I. the Mercy Hospital, Denver. She was born Oct. G, J89G, in Greeley County, and was married to Elmer Griffin, Jan. 28, 11)23, at Tribune. He died in 194!). Shei was a retired Postmistress at Horace, and lived in riorracc until 1965 when she moved to Garden City. Survivors include sons, Emerson, Anton. Colo.; Lyle, Tribune; eight grandchildren; two grea t-grandchi Id ren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. (MDT) Monday at the United Methodist Church; Rev. Wilbur Rothfuss. Burial will be in the Greeley County Cemetery. Friends may call until service time Monday at the Wcinmann-Price Funeral Home, Leoti. Deaths Elsewhere Mrs. Floyd Robcrlson, B3, Dodge City; tunernl: II a.m. Wednesday, Barbcr- Uunslord Funeral Home. Mrs. John F. Eberle, 88, Newton,- luneral: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Simpson MellKXIIst Church, Alia Vista. Rufus Evans. 68, Hays; graveside services 10:30 a.m. Monday, Ml. Allen Cemetery. Mrs. Charles C. Johnson, 73, Garden City'; Funeral: 1 p.m. Monday, Garnand Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Cynthia Williams, 90, Liberal; funeral: II a.m. Monday, Miller Chapel. Conarcl Sprcler, 91, Rotel; funeral: 2 p.m. Monday, Bcckwith Mortuary, Larned. Elizabeth E. Kelly, 95, Chase; funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. George M. Griswald, Kingman, 09; funeral: 2 p.m. Monday, Livingston Chapel. Mrs. A. J. Kerkholf, 01, Dlghlon; funeral: 10 Tuesday, SI. Theresa's Church. Mrs. Elmer Griffin, 74, Horace fu ncnil: 2 p.m. (MDT), Monday, United Methodist Church. Ambulance Call Sept. 10 —2:15 p.m. Royal Inn to South Hospital. Transler. J :45 p .m.—500 Block East 1st. Sick call. 5:14 p .m.—700 Block West 17lh. Sick coll. 4:01 p .m.—200 Block West B. Dry run. ,• B:29 p .m.~1100 Block East 30th. Auto accident. Funerals Uay II. Stitckcy DODGE CITY — Funeral for Ray 11. Stuckey, (i5, who died Friday at his home will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Hulpieu- Swaim Chapel, at Dodge City, Rev. R. D. Treder. Burial will be in the Greencrest Cemetery. r Sailor Hurt In Crash A young sailor from Hutchinson got his eight-day leave extended for an indefinite number of days but undoubtedly is not happy about the way it came about. Edwin D. Iindens7Tuth, son of Mrs. Doris Lindensmith, 1413 Orchard, was taken by ambu>- lance to North Hospital for injuries received Saturday afternoon in a three-car accident. He was later transferred to the McConnel Air Force Base Hospital in Wichita. The 20-year-old Navy fireman was to report Monday morning to the USS Tuscaloosa in San Diego. Lindensmith's commanding officer granted him an extended leave upon a doctor's request that he be held for observation and treatment of a neck injury. Local ambulance attendants said the man was briefly unconscious during his ride to North Hospital. The accident occurred in the first block of West Sherman. Lindensmith was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Arthur II. Fabrizius, 47, 1419 Orchard. His car was involved in a collision with vehicles driven by Harold E. Might, 62, 1615 West 17th, and'Edward J. Cain, 50, 812 West 20th. Cain was charged with careless driving. Might received minor injuries but did not require hospitr^ 1 treatment. GARAGE SALE — Monday only. 315 West 16. Antiques Only — Fish - Bitters bottles, table - chairs, shaving mugs, dishes, candle sticks, clocks. Etc. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will help those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3,9681. ~"iBEAirt^~BY~"Mary~kay"'"C6srnetici. Betty Priest, 662-8527, Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. ¥LETtr?OT "uX authorized Sales and Service. Alvin Fry, 2015 North Main. MO 5-6025. "ROTl^W^Y _ BEDS, baby cribs. A to Z RENTAL CENTER BtFB'S BODY SHOP. 1603 East 4th". Why pay j-rrore? See me! LUZIER Cbsmetlcs~fof products or Demonstrations 665-5143. 17 Coining Events RUMMAGE — Tire rims size 14 in. GM, Boys bicycle, shoe skates, 12 ft. fiberglass and 10 ft. aluminum, vaulting pole.^Monday, Sept. 13, 2711 Tyler. Legal Notices ' IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS ESTES EUGENE ROBINSON) Plaintiff) vs. ) CASE NO. SALLY ANN ROBINSON ) Defendant) NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: SALLY ANN ROBINSON, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CONCERNED You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In the District Court of Reno County, Kansas, by Estes Eugene Robinson, praying for an absolute divorce of and from the Defendant, Sally Ann Robinson, upon the grounds of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty towards the Plaintiff and further that Plaintiff and Defendant are Incompatible, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before the 18th day of October, 1971, In said Court, at Hutchinson, Kansas. Should you fall therein, iudgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. ESTES EUGENE ROBINSON KERRY J. GRANGER HESS, CRONHARDT, LESLIE & BERKLEY ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF 1201 NORTH MAIN STREET HUTCHINSON, KANSAS 67501 No. 8428 The Hutchinson News LOCAL CALLS 662-3311 Long Distance (in state) 316-662-1215 collect Main Office and Plant, 300 W. 2nd, Hutchinson CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Per Word (10 Words Minimum) 1 day—per word »e 2 days—per word per day 9c 3 days—per word per day 7 VJC « days—per word per day 7Vie 5 days—per word per day 7c 4 days—per word per day *%e 7 days—per word per day 4c B or 9 days—per word per day 6c 10 thru 13 days—per word per day 5 VJC 14 thru 29 days—per word per day 5c 30 days—per word per day 4V2C Want Ads ordered for more than one day, but not running consecutively are charged at the one day rate. 10% discount for cash with order. All words and numbers counted. The News will be responsible for only ONE incorrect insertion. Ads MUST be published 1 day before they may be cancelled or changed, out-of-territory rate—9c per word with no discounts. Rummage Sale Ads must be paid in advance. PLACE YOUR AD WEEKDAYS—Before 5 p.m. to run next day. FRIDAY Before 5 p.m. to run Saturday or Sunday. WANT AD INDEX Page 26 The Hutchinson News Sunday, September 12, 1971 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. NOTICES Political Notices Lodge Notices Death Notices Card of Thanks In Memoriam Cemetery Lots—Markers Special Notices Coming Events Lost & Found Schools Instruction EMPLOYMENT Teaching Positions Help Wanted Salespeople Wanted Situations Wanted SERVICES Specialized Services Personal Services Business Services Professional Services AUCTIONS Public Auctions MERCHANDISE Wanted to Buy Food Building Materials Miscellaneous Merchandise Antiques Boats, Campers, Equipment Musical Instruments Furniture Appliances, TV Firewood Mechanical Equipment Flowers, Garden Supplies Pet Stock & Supplies AGRICULTURE Farmers' Wants Farm Supplies Farm Services Field Seed & Fertilizer Feed 8. Forage Livestock & Supplies Poultry & Supplies INVESTMENTS 52. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Automobiles 61. Trucks 54. Business Property 55. Money to Loan 56. Money Wanted 57. Insurance 58. Stocks, Mineral Rights 62. Trailers 63. Autos - Trailers Wanted 64. Service & Parts 65. Motorcycles & Bicycles 66. Airplanes RENTALS 70. Wanted to Rent 71. Rooms for Rent 72. Room & Board 73. Room, Board Wanted 74. Houses, Furnished 75. Apartments, Furnished 77. Houses, Unfurnished 78. Apartments, Unfurnished 79. Garages for Rent 80. Business Buildings for Rent 81. Offices for Rent 82. Moving, Storage & Rental 83. Farms, Tracts for Rent REAL ESTATE 84. For Rent or Sale 85. Miscellaneous Rentals 87. Rentals Wanted 88. Real Estate Wanted 89. Business Bldgs. & Lots 90. Homes 91. Mobile Homes 92. Lots & Tracts 93. Farms 94. For Sale or Trade 95. Miscellaneous Real Estate 96. Real Estate Loans 99. Real Estate Board 17 Coming Events WILLOWBROOK - COUNTRYSIDE WEST - .HYDE PARK SALE. 229 West 20th. September 15fh, 9-5. September 16th, 912. Mens, Womens, Childrens clothes, baby furniture, toys, grape fostorla glassware, humidifier, go-cart, bicycles, gas stove, furniture, television, cntlques, craft supplies. FOR~SALE~September — 8 through - 14, child's desk, wardrobe trunk, old rocker and table, other tables, colored glass and vases. Also, yard sale. 1004 N. Ford. MO 5-5339. 7 FAMILY garage sale. Good school clothes — all sizes. Drapes, adding machines, Vacuum cleaner. Lots of goodies. 805 West 25th, THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY. """GARAGE SALE"709 — W «tn7thT _ BT30 — 6 p.m. Monday, Bicycles, Tricycles, Baby Bed, Lawnmower, new and used children's and adult clothing, Miscellaneous. TVWITKTSALE, clotTesTTn^ludilrrg^chil- dren's, many miscellaneous items, some furniture. Monday September 13, 8-5 pm 129 West 20th. _ R fjMM AG E~iSA"LETLots"d ishesTbott les", miscellaneous, some collectables, 1525 East G. Monday thru Wednesday. GARAGE SALE, What-nots and Do- Dads, 1709 East 30th. Saturday — Sunday 8 a.m. "CLOTHING—Nice ladles suits, dresses, coats, size 14-16. Mornings 9-12. 1902 North Main. RUMMAGE SALE, 910 South Main", Sept. 12th after 5, and Monday 1 and Tuesday. 18 Lost & Found FOUND MO 5-6972. Small boys 20 in. bicycle DANCE ARTS, Master certified private program. Children's classes—Tap, Ballet, Acrobatic, Baton. Adult classes- exercise interpretive, social. Materials kit furnished. 662-2062, 310S Farnilngton Road. SANDY'S DANCE STUDIO. Tap, Ballet and Acrobatic. Free transportation. Call MO 2-3066. Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order Auto Painting and Repairs - CPMARA 7 S~Wide?Track" T6wn"offers~the finest workmanship In auto body repairs or painting. Call Lawrence Hill for free estimates. MO 3-4481. Air Conditioning Contractor AIR Conditioner, furnace, fan and motor service. Russell Electric, 708 East 7th — MO 2-4971. NEW QUEEN — Famia Magana, Knnopolis, was crowned Queen of the Mexican Representative Society Saturday at Convention Hall. 1 Crown Mexican Queen Famia Magana, a taii dark- eyed senorita from Kanopolis, was crowned the 1971 queen of the local Mexican Representative Society Saturday night as the organization celebrated the 150th anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain. Reneath an arch of red roses and to the music of a nine- man Spanish band, Miss Magana was crowned and saluted with a kiss by mayor David Mackey at Convention Hall. Chosen as princess was Cindy Navarro, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Navarro, Lyons. Cecelia Martinez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martinez, 505 West B, was chosen as duchess. Also apearing at the crowning ceremony were two past queens, Gloria Arias, Lyons, and Teresa Gomez, Kingman; The queen and her attendants were selected by selling the greatest number of voles in comptition this summer. Proceeds from the dance and part of the vote sales will be placed in the society's scholarship fund. A distinct atmosphere of Mexico prevailed at the ball as Carlos Castor Jr., 800 East 3rd, announced the program almost entirely in Spanish. Mexican-style music was by The Junior Perales Orchestra of Hereford, Tex. The Mexican Representative Society is headed by Carlos Castro. It was formed in 1945 when local Mexican Americans united to fight racial discrimination in Hulcliinsop Auto Upholstery AUTOMOBILE "Seat" covers "and upholstery. Convertible tops installed. Truck and Iractor seats rebuilt. WASSON 106 West 1st Beauty Shops FALL "SPECIAL — Permahents" S6.00 complete. Blggers Beauly Shop, 317 West 2nd. Carpentering & Masonry CARPENTRY, CONCRETE, all kinds. No lob too small. Free estimates. JOE PREVITERA. MO 5-5127. — CARPENT"R ^7 - ^nTrete7~k'ltc'h'e"n — cabT- nels. Free estimates. George Tinln, MO 2-4109, MO 5-7048. CONSTRUCTION ' -~REMODELING of all kinds. Hadley Capps, contractor. MO 3 ' 4,1 ?:_- _ _ _ _ BlJTLDiNG or Remodeling? Call Ed Welgel, 3304 No. Elm, Hutchinson, Kansas_663-9804. ALL TYPES carpentry, finishing, cement, welding. Phone MO 5-8587. - trbNc"RETE"TWOR "irrf — aTTflnds '.n^ estimates. Call MO 2-8068. Carpet Cleaning — STEAMATIC Carperciea"nlng —" Doug for a clean rug." 663-2538. Estimates. "Call Free Custom Fit Bras nsYMBRTETtE7 ~7 "^yie ^l5rsiz "e"s," perfect fit for every one. Gerry Cooney, Merle Norman Cosmetics, 14 East 1st. INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED, Founda tlons, Bras. Mrs. Edith Day, Langdon, Phone 596-2546. Draperies Don't Buy Draperies until you check with Bybees! ALSO— Matching Bedspreads in Many beautiful colors — Lois of new samples in assorted colors I bybee interiors 1301 East 4th Drywall Work WANT Ceilings Textured"? Need D7y~- wall Work? Call Gary's Drywall — Now servicing Lee's Drywall customers. 662. 0663. Furniture Upholstery HUTCHINSON BOOTH Manufacturing Cafe's, Night Clubs remodeled. 317 East 3rd, Hutchinson. Furnace Cleaning HY-POWER Vac Clea"nIng~ToFFumaces 8. Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, MO 2-2365 Hydraulic Jack Repair SMITH'S HYDRAULIC Jack Repair Moved — New Address 622 East 3rd, MO 3-4628. Lawn Mower Service LAWN MOWER, Chain saw, all types small engines repaired. HODISCO, 1217 West 4th. MO 2-0203. Miscellaneous Services WELDTUG AND "DOZER WORK " Albert Kelley, 662-4042, Hutchinson PIPE THREADING and cutting! Reno's 215 South Main. Massage Treatments SWEDISH M^SSXGE~Trcatment, 'steam baths, nerves, circulation. 417 East A, Hutchinson. Nursing & Rest Homes DEPENDS ON FRIENDS However bright or dark the day where life begins or ends. There Is the consolation and the [oy of having friends. The comforting advice from those of long and many years — The sentimental happiness of all their smiles and tears. Because we live together and we never are alone; As long as we are neighbors and we love them as our own. In their companionship we learn the lessons of this life, Including all the ways to meet our struggle and our strife. And so whatever path we take if frequently depends Upon the influence of those who want to be our friends. PRAIRIE NURSING HOME 810 E. 30th MO 3-1189 'FOUND ADS" (only) will be accepted FREE if you find something AND WISH TO LOCATE THE OWNER—Come in. . .a friendly ad taker will help you. »,0 Schools, Instruction Be Well On Your Way! To A New Job BY THE FIRST OF THE YEAR START TRAINING September 13 or 20 It's Easy! Adela Hale helps you finance your course; trains you, assists you into a new positionl Call MO 3-4419 Adela Hale Business Career School 1ST & PLUM, MO 3-4419, HUTCHIN-" SON, KANSAS. AIR CONDITIONED — VET APPROVED - COEDUCATIONAL. FOUNDED 1932. ACCREDITED ACBS STUDENT LOANS FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE A Better Job For You when you have been trained by SALT CITY Business College Bookkeeping —• Shorthand Typing —- Card Punch — Secretarial Business Machines — Business Administration Senior Accounting Call today MO 3-4488 Ave. A 8, Walnut Day & Night Classes MOTEL ' MANAGEMENT MEN - WOMEN - COUPLES Learn Motel Operation with our short, inexpensive course at home followed by two weeks Resident Training In a motel operated by us. Age no barrier. Free nationwide placement assistance upon completion. • VA APPROVED For complele information write giving address and phone number to: Executive Training Division Ambassador Motels, Incorporated Dept. P 7855 W. Colfax Denver, Colorado 80215 NOW have opening for patient-ambulatory, bedfast or convalescent. On a quiet street, lovely privale room. Excellent food and care. Phone 6.7204-3 food and care. Phone 663-4027. "Tl^aAC "CA~RE preferred,"coupies - or single, my home. MO 5-5830. Painting & Papering PAPERHANGING, wall covering, interior painting. Free estimates. MO 2-2955. Phone evenings at MO 2-9280. ~RATrTfWGT~E~xferlor or interior, spray or brush. Free estimafe Call 6 a.m — 12 noon — 6629950. Larry Moore. "PAINTING—any kind. Call trie collect. Stafford, 234-6058. Picture Framing 200 MOULDINGS, Mats, Needlepoint, block, dry mount. STEPHENSON'S, 1212 N. Main, 2-1341. Professional Services ANSWERITE Professional Service 14 E. 2nd St. copied at competitive prices. (Let us do your letter writing) Phone 662-4427 REASONABLE bookkeeping and tax services. Barbara McConnell, 230 North Hendricks, MO 2-8044. Radiator Service HILTON RADIATOR SERVICE. Cleaning, repairing and recorlng for cars, trucks and tractors. 118 West Avenue A. MO 2-0779. Sharpening Service " — SHARPENING S"EWlCE".~~Saws — and scissors, 2105 N. Main, Satisfaction guaranteed. 663-6274. Septic Tanks & Sanitation SPECIAL SMALL septic tanks cleaned $10 until September 17th. Others average $15. Outside Toilets. William's, M05-7332 SEPfIC"TATlKS, cleaned, repaired, installed. Lackey Sanitation, Rt. 3, MO 2-0266, "Red" Wroe, operator, MO 5-8158. Trash Hauling ED GUTHRIES Trash, monthly rates, special pickup, Free Estimates, MO 3-6373 "" THcTT^Ca7~PliEHn"g "QUALITY—Painting, reconditioning, rebuilding of cars, trucks, trailers and Industrial equipment. Cleaned by steam and sand blasting. ARK-RIDGE ENTERPRISES, 662-1223, Randolph Anderson, 662-6025. Termite Control RO"B~ET^S'ON T'ERM'ITE and Pest Control. Guaranteed. Licensed, insured. MO 5-6710. P.O. Rox 483, Hutchinson. Tree Trimming & Removal "BdB'STRICKL'ER'S~tr"ee""ServicerE"x". perlenced Trimming, Topping, Removals. Tree stumps removed by machine, any location. Free Estimates. MO 5-6215. TREE~S"ERVIC"E Trim, Topped and Removed. Cedar and Hedge trimming. Spraying. 663-3580. Wiring QUALTTV - Electric wiring arid repairing (Independent). Russell Electric, 708 Easl 7th, MO 2 -4971 Employment It 22 Help Wanted MAN~TO SUPERVISE production 'and maintenance in grain products plant, in Mid-Kansas. Need responsible, mature individual. Ability to supervise personnel of three shifts essential. Must have mechanical ability, some knowledge of steam boilers and auxiliary equipment helpful. Write Hutchinson News 470, giving personal data, previous evperience and salary desired. All replies confidential. . WANTED Welders, assemblers, brake and shear operators, and machinists. Fringe benefits, 45 hour week. Equal opportunity employer. Please call, write, or see 1he personnel director. BJ MANUFACTURING E. Highway 50 Ph. 316-227-8173 Dodge City, Kansas 67801 "A~R"CHITECT"U~RAL POSITION OPPORTUNITY Supervisory, production and drafling position with ma|or educational institution. Architectural degree and five years experience In working drawing production and construction experience preferred. Contact Hutchinson News Box 469. An Equal Opportunity Employer. SU PE RMAR KET~EMPLOYES NEEDED Needed at once, meat market managers journeyman meat cutters, produce department managers and sfockers. Work In good surroundings in central and western Kansas. Send resume to The Fleming Co., Box 337, Wichita, Kansas, Attn: Bob Springer. — WAN T E D:~ Combfnait ion - c:Iub~rbom"op­ erator and building custodian for American Legion in Ness City. Must be 21 years of age or over. Send applications to Box 41, Ness City, Kansas 67560. Please list qualificallons and references. Applications will close on September 24. ~WMTEDT'TWO - RtTs^io work _ 3"to""i 1 and 11 to 7 shifts. Good working conditions, above average pay. Contact Mrs. Virginia Thompson, Director of Nursing Service, Plalnvllle Rural Hospital, Plalnvllle, Kansas. Phone 913 434-4553. "WAWED ^ErfVAtOR Superintendent'. Capable of taking full charge of all elevator operations. Contact K. J. Anderson, Western alfalfa, 662-0239 or 665-7172 after 5 DEPENDABLE LADY for baby sitting with one child and light housework. 7:305:30 weekdays. Must have own transportation and references. Northeast location. 662-8563; P/CRts Man In Ford Agency, good salary plus commission; Call 356-1231 or write Howard Phlfer, Phlfer Motor Company, 120 West Grant, Ulysses, Kansas 67880. FULL TlMF; Parts Man to work with Paris Manager In Tractor and Implement Dealership. Send complete resume to Post Office Box 356, Hutchinson, Kansas 67501. WANTED — Construction foreman experienced in all phases of metal building construction. Good position for th» risJit man. Phone 663-1261. MAN to "maintain, repaTr ~and~deliver rental equipment. Full time or v/ould consider part time. Reger Rental Service 615 North Main, 2-2375. }

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