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People In the News Boosts Luci (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Service COLUMBUS, Ohio-Dr. Janet Travcll, who was the late president John F. Kennedy's personal physician, told a women's group here that she had in mind just the woman who would be MCI Nugent a good choice as the nation's first female president. That person, she said, is Mrs. Luci Johnson Nugent, the younger daughter of former president Lyndon B. Johnson. Mrs. Nugent "has (he same kind of concern for people I hat. Kennedy possessed," said Dr. Travel!. Liked Tour ATLANTA, (ia. (AP) - The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy says his recent tour of Eastern Europe was the greatest experience of his religious and civil rights career. Hnlph Hwrnathy "I've never been more graciously received any place," said Abernathy, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Just back from a 14-day swing through Communist nations in Europe, he said Monday that he delivered some 20 sermons and lectures and met with several peace organizations. Plans Appeal • JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) James Earl Ray will appeal his •99-year prison sentence for Hie murder of Dr. Martin Lulher King Jr., in April 1968. Jaitws E. Ray Lawyers for Ray, 41, announced Monday I he appeal will be filed later this week in the state Criminal Appeals Court. The appeal will be based on, several factors, the lawyers said. Still a Gl NEW YORK — Army Pvt. Thomas W. Catlow, 21, Weehawken,. N.J., explained Monday why he is returning to the Army after going AWOL al- lost two years ago. T11K WINNKK—Weaver, a 300-pnund Galapagos tortoise, is congratulated l)y admirers after he scored an upset victory over two Aldabra tortoises this week at (lie Brookfiekl, III., zoo. Weaver made the quarter-mile in 1-hour, 2 minutes and 35 seconds. One field Monday Another Boxing eetins Slated Thomas U^*™., %w>**'*: Callow Catlow was one of the "Ft. Dix 38" convicted of riot and arson after a 1969 stockade incident. Callow's case was overturned in August when the military court of appeals ruled that his confession was improperly obtained. Now he is going back to fact; possible retrial on the old charges of desertion, to settle his status once and for all. Despite his determination not to cooperale with the military system of discipline, he insists, "I have to go back. I have to get the U.S. Army out of my life." Nixon to Travel KEY BISCAYNK, Fla. (AP) — President Nixon will fly to Elkins, W. Va., on Friday to participate in (ho annual Mountain Slate Knrent Festival. Press Secretary Ronald L. Zlegler In MIIIIOIIIH'IUK the trip Monday did not disclose Nix OII'H precis*' it hiut'Jti'y hut said he would reliii'ii lo Wiuihliigton Friday night The City Recreation Commission met Monday night with a group of parents seeking permanent facilities for a youth boxing program. Earlier, Hutchinson Athletic; Club had taken such a proposal before (he City Commission which requested that boxing enthusiasts work through the Recreation Commission. Nearly 50 people — 30 adults and their children — met with commission members at t h e Shadduck Park Community Canter. Feels Mcctting Successful "I feel like we accomplished something last night. 1 think Mr. (Lcs) Keller wants to help us. It just has to go the right way — it has to go through channels," Mrs. Homer Davis, 3lfi West 13, said Tuesday morn- im>. I!°r son Clary, now in the service, participated in the '.'I '.'ehinwn Athletic Club boxing -/"ngram for seven years, starting in the peewce program. She called the parents together for the meeting. "Everyone thought we had taken (he right step," she said of the other parents' reaction. A committee was selected by the parents to meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday with I^es Keller, Recreation Commission director, to discuss the needs and de- •iir.-s of the parents for the pro• inn. Tin* c"irmi'Hee consists of Mrs. Davis; Jim Beaslcy, Burrton, an HAC promoter and manager; and Milton !\1c- Vay, Wilson Road, who has two sons in (he program. "f thought it went, real well," I Bill Hutchinson, commission chairman, said of the meeting. "We just, listened to what they wanted." He said the committee, working with Keller, will draw up plans for the program, which will then be presented to the Recreation Commission at its regular meeting next Tuesday. That commission can then make recommendations to the city ee-m mission. "It's the first meeting where we ever met with a group of parents," Hutchinson said. "I t.^ink it'll help the communication gap we've had, at least." "We'll help all we can well, we'll have to vote on it," he said, referring to any proposals the croup comes up with Wednesday. "We'll try to offer all the assistance we can within our resources," Keller s a i d. "This doesn't, necessarily mean financial help but includes professional and technical h e 1 p. That's the way we operate with any recreational group outside our sponsorship." Dallas Inmates Kiot DALLAS, Tex. CAP) - More than 1(00 Dallas County jail inmates who had protested prison conditions and the treatment of Dallas poor people staged a destructive disturbance Monday nielli. One prisoner died and five prisoners and several guards suffered minor injuries. Prison authorities said the only mark on the dead prisoner, Lawrence Edward Jackson, 3(i, was a cut finger. The county medical examiner ordered an autopsy. DSmiS THE MENACE MimiM 1 PLAYED THIS 6AMfc, 1 HAD A SWELL 1ALK WITH A KID IN OTTAWA.WH&ZeVE& WT IS.* Promotion Pay Hikes to 45 Teachers Pay raises for advancement were granted Monday night lo 4f> Hutchinson teachers at a school board meeting. Advancement through additional professional training is considered a promotion and permissible under the wage freeze. The advancements are on last year's salary schedule under which most of the teachers' salaries are frozen. Those receiving advancements are: Bachelor 's degree plus 15 hours—Donna Allen, administration center; Martha Bloom, Paris; Rosalecn Boldt, Wiley; Anita Drak", Liberty; R'chard Gibson, Hutchinson High School; Doris Hodge, Winans; Arlenc Leikan, Sherman Junior High; Lois McGuire, Central Junior High; Lyle Neville, MILS; Richard Nickel, Liberty; Norman Spohr, HI IS; Steven Stroup, Central; Ruth Hoffman, Winans; Lawrence DeCou, Central; Carol Lee Harrison, Mor gan; Arlet.a Soamans, Avenue A; lyola Pearson, Roosevelt; Rose Mary Love, Morgan; Bonnie Sheffler, Grandvicw. Master 's degrees -— Eva Cox, Lincoln; Jay Coffey, administration center; Raymond James, Central; Mary Belle Montgomery, Allen; Gary Phillips, Liberty; Jack Sexton, HHS; James Swint, HHS. Master 's plus 15 — Stenhen Ambler, Sherman; Glenn Biber stein, Sherman; Natalie Clinton, Central; Robert Harris, HHS; Gloria Hawley, administration center; Dale Howerton, admin islration center; Anna Hurty, Central; Major McCoy, Faris; Dennis VierLhaler, HHS; Don Michael, administration center; William 0. Dixon, IBIS. Master's plus 30 — Esther Adams, administration center; Raymond Feltncr, administration center; Janie Hood, Roosevelt; Woody Kramer, HHS; Amelia Mueller, Faris; Don Newell, Central; James Parker, Central; Augusta Seefeklt, administration center. Selective Service Sends 25 to KC Twenty-five area men went to Kansas City, Monday for selective service examinations. They are: Floyd Elmer Seachris; Glenn Martin Birzer; Robert Leroy Weaver; Robert Dwayne Bass; Larry Kay Symonds; Jeffrey Kyle Love; Robert Alan Duncan; Larry Ray Floras; Bobby Gene Pennel; James Hunter Spain; Daniel L. Stegman; Lorcn William Olson; Roger Burnel Pockover; Howard Phillin Christman; La Vein Clayton Moore; Ernie Pina Cabral; David Weslev Sampson; Dale Franklin Buell; Calvin Eugene Batcman; Joseph Leroy Ryan; Mark Andrew Brown; Troy Allen Palmer; Ralph Howard Wright; Cole Raymond Herrin; Douglas Glynn Harper. Primary Focus SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Rep. Paul N. "Pete" McCloskey, Republican challenging President Nixon for the 1972 presidential nomination, has cut back his staffs in California and Washington, D.C. "The emphasis is being increased in New Hampshire, that being the most important place for Pete," his office announced Monday. MeClofikey's staff reported that three paid campaign workers in California have been dismissed and the Washington staff reduced by nine or 10 persons to bolster the New Hampshire staff before the primary. The News Want Ads Legal <al Notices (First published In The Hutchinson News October S, l??l) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, M: IN THE PKOCJ ATE COURT 01- RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN A. DUNN, DECEASED. 110. '/'MO NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND CODICIL The 5tate of Kansas lo all persons concorned: You «ra hereby notified that a Petition has been tiled In said Courl by Walter E. Brooks, as executor named In said Will of John A. Dunn, Deceased, praying for Iho admission to probate of the Last Will flnd Testament of John A. Dunn, defed Septomber ?, 1V67, and the Codicil Ihcreto dated September 3, 1971, as Executor of said Will and Codicil, to servo without bond, and you are horeby required to file your v/rltten defenses thereto on or before the 27th day of October, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, In said Courl, In tho City of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas, in the Probate Court Room Ihcreol, at v/hlch time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, |udgmont and decree will be entered In due course upon laid Petition. Waller E. Brooks, Petitioner ATTEST: (SEAL) E. Victor Wilson Probalo Judge Robert E. Upp Attorney for Petitioner ,101 First Natl. Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas 645 Mil I '495 Mufchinsen News LCCAL CALLS 662-33111 Long Distance (in state) 316-662-1215 collect Main Office and Plan'., 300 W. 2nd, Hutchinson. 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Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Kind Alphabetical Order Auto Painting and Repairs O'MARA'S Wldo-Track Town oilers Iho llnost workmanship In auto body ropalrs or painting. Call Lnwronce Hill lor free estimates. MO 3-4481. Air Conditioning Contractor AIR CONDITIONER, furnace, Ian and molor service. Russell Electric, 708 Ensl /111- MO 2-49/1. Alterations & Sewing ALTERATIONS' - ' Moth holes, Burns, Tears rewoven. House of Weaving, 501 East 3rd, MO 27241. Auto Upholstery AUTOMOBILE Seat covers and upholstery. Convertible lops Installed. Truck find tractor seals rebuilt. 104 West 1st WASSON Beauty Shops FALL SPECIAL! Permanent* ' $6.00 complete. Olggers beauty Shop, 317 West 2nd. Carpentering & Masonry CARPENTRY, enncrele, kitchen cabinets. Froo estimates. George Tlnln, MO 2-6109, MO 5-704(1. ' CARPENTRY, CONCRETE, all kin*. No |ob too small. Free estimates. JOE PREVITERA. MO 5-5127. CONSTRUCTION - REMODELING of ail kinds. Hadley Capps, contractor. MO 3-4119. CONCRETE WORK of all kinds!" Froo estimates. Call MO 2-8068. Carpet Cleaning "STEAMATIC CARPET clcanlntf'"Call Doug for a clean rug." 663-2538. Free Estimates. Child Care WILL "BABYSIT, in'my home. References, Fenced yard. MO 5-7/97. Custom Fit Lingerie PENCER'S INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED foundations, bra-,. Mrs. Edith Day, Laritldon. Phone 596-2546. Delivery Service ZIPP-0 -- You call, we go. 663-523). 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sunday. Furnace Cleaning IIY^POWER Vac Cleaning for Furnaces & Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, MO 2-2365. Hydraulic Jack Repair SMITH'S HYDRAULIC Jack' Repair- Moved — Now Address 622 East 3rd, MO 3-4628. Ironing IRONINGS WANTED, 10c por ploce. Phone MO 2-4384. Lawn Mower Service LAWN MOWER, Chain saw, all types small engines repaired. HODISCO, 1217 West 4th. MO 2-0203. Miscellaneous Services WELDING AND DOZER WORK Albert Kelley, 662-4042, Hutchinson Nursing & Rest Homes II YOU Would like a lovciy private room, efficient care, excellent food, and not tcel Institutionalized, call 3-4027. SPECIAL CARE for " ambulatory' lady or man and wllo. 2-0667. WILL care for "elderly gentleman In my home. MO 5-7390. Painting, Papering PAPERHANCING, wall covering, Interior painting. Free estimates. MO 2-2955. Phono evenings at MO 9-9280. Picture Framing 200 MOULDINGS, Mats, Neecllopolnl, block, dry mount. STEPHENSON'S, 1212 N. Main, 2-1341. Professional Services ANSWERITE Professional Service 14 E. 2nd SI. copied al competitive prices. (Let us do your letter writing; Phone 662-4427 Septic Tanks & Sanitation ""SEPTIC TA*NKs", c(ea7te37~~ repaired". Installed. Lackey Sanitation, Rt. 3, MO 2-0266, "Red" Wroe operator. MO 5-8158. Trash Hauling "ED GUTHRiES trash,"monthly rates, special pickup, Froo Estimates, MO 3-6373 Truck & Car Painting 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. Tree Trimming & Removal BOB 5TRICKLER TREE SERVICE Equipped and Experienced In handle your tree problems. Slumps removed by ma chine, MO 5 6215. Termite Control " ROBCRTSON TERMITE arid Pest Control. Guarantoed. Licensed. Insured. MO 5-8710. P.O. Rox 483, Hutchinson. Wiring QUALITY Electric wiring and repairing (Independent). Russoll Electric, 708 East 7th. MO 2-4971. Wedding Service WEDDINGS •- by civil servant -Reverent, Dignified, Legal — FREE marllal counseling. 665-8842. Announcements 16 Special Notices NO PLACE lo Go With Your Old Newspapers? If not, drop Ihern olf at The News Plaza, and thoy will be sold for recycling Into pa;»er products. A red and while Iraller with the slogan Re-Use Tho News" Is tho depository. Of course any old newspapers will be accepted. This Is a public service of The Hows. Proceeds will go to the Reno County Environmental Protection Committee. When the time comes to choose a memorial lor a loved one, will you know where lo look? Nov/ lo decide? What lo pay? There Is someone you can rely on lor sound prolossionol odvi:j. Memorial Art Co., 1300 Hlckcrson filvd. MO 3-3I6I. A NO LONGER USED PIANO AMD A LOW COST Hutchinson News Waul Ad can bring you cash, Dial local 2-3311 or call operator collect 662-1215. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will holp Ihoso who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-9681. ELECTROI.UX-Authorl/wJ Sales and 5cirvlce. Alvln Fry, 2015 North Main. A/IO 5-4025. BEAUTY by MARY KAY Cosmetics. Botly Priest, 662-8527, 5-5723. Route 3, Hulchlnson, Kansas. I will not bo responsible lor any debts other than my own, Bob llosklns. Eklrcdg Innerspring Mattress & Box Springs Custom & Standard Sizes QUALITY ... at no extra price. 4C0 North Main MO 3-4591 RciKT Rents o Furn. Dollies & Pads 17 Coming Events SALE — Wednesday, Thursday, ANTIQUES Galore, walnut furniture. Olhcr pieces and brass. I '/J ton air conditioner, rnaplo bunk beds, miscellaneous. Va mile east ol K-61 on 43rd SI. GARAGE SALE - Wednesday and Thursday, October 6th-7th. Antiques, furniture, clothing, and misc. 15 Glass Manor (one mile west ol Doskocll Sausage on K-61.) RUMMAGE SALE 804 West B, October 4, 5, 6, 10 a.m. till dark. Clothing, v/orn- en's dresses sl/.o 7AVi down. Jewelry, lurnlturc, tools, dishes, miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE •- October 6-7. 9 A.A/i.- P.M. Clothes, wigs, motorcycle and miscellaneous. 3415 North Maple. 3 Family Garage" Sale'"— All week- Monday thru Friday, 9:AM-3:PM. 5',» miles north ol 30111 on Plum. RUMMAGE SALE Tuesday, October sTh, 910 South Main, H a.m. Mitchell Chapel Church. CHURCH FLEA Market, Thursday 9 a.m., October 7lh, 401 East F. SALE 910 South A/lain, Tuesday, October 5th alter 5 p.m. All day Or.lober 6-7. RUMMAGE SALE-?:00 to 4:00 Tuesday - Wednesday. 1610 East 2nd. Lost & Found "FOUND ADS" (only) will bo accepted FREE II you find something AND WISH TO LOCATE THE OWNER—Come In. . .a Irlondly ad laker will help you. LOST—Bassett female pup, 9 weeks old, white face, brown cars, while and black and brown spots. 1005 East 23rd. 3-5590. LOST — Brown "and "White" Brittany Spaniel, male, In Inman. Reward. 585 6620. "LOST —Male Yollow "Tiger "striped cat. I0O5 West llth. MO 3-3586. LOST. DIAMOND trom a ring, I carat Family heirloom, Reward, 2-7954. FOUND — 1967 girl's Trinity class ring. Call 665-5666, 8 to 5. FOUND: Black lomale Greyhound near 3rd and Poplar. 663 -2584. Found -•• Kittens at 429 Urban Drive, call lo Identity. FOUND - Siamese Cat "Call alter 6 p.m. •- 663-2921. LOST -Male Soalpolnt Siamese cal, Call 2-8308. M) Schools. Instruction DANCE ARTS, Master corllliod private program. Children's < lav,o.v Tap, Ballot, Acrobatic, ILilun. Adult clashes •• exorcise Interpretive, SCK ial. Materials kit furnished. 662-2062, 3105 Farnnnglon Road. SANDY'S DANCE SlliniO. Tap, Ballet and Acrobatic. Free Ir.itv.pnrlatlnn. Call MO 2-3066. COLLEGE Graduate will do private tutoring. 662 0106 Alter 6. .10 p.m. Great Need! I-OR Competent. Men & Women IN OFFICES. QUALIFY THROUGH ADI.LA HAIL. Start Training October 11 For Details DIAL MO 3-441!) Adda Hale Business Career School Isl A Plum. MO 3-.I4I9. Hutchinson SIIJOt-.NT LOANS ACCREDITED ACBS Free T niploymenl Step All The Way Up To A Belter Job!! Train for if. at, SALT CITY Business College Ynur Crtrnfii' Sr hool Phnnn 6MMM Avn. A & Walnut D.iy find Night Cl.nvjb Vclor.iii Approved Employment 22 Help Wanted 'WANTED: Mechanic for (joneral larni shop. Have fully equipped dlesnl sbop- work on all makes cars, truck and trac tors. Living 'luarlers recently decoratocl close. Call or write Evans One 5lop Serv- Ico, Kalvesla, Kansas, B5S-3591, evenings call (155:1156. EXCELLENT Opportunity lor permanent employment. Experienced Indy fry cook. Short evening hours, 5 lo 10 p.m. Apply Mrs. Shorb, Lconkla's Moak llouso, Municipal Airport llulldlng, Phono 2-42111. MIDDLE AGED lady lo come afternoons, do light laundry «. cook evening meal, lor 2 weeks beginning Nov. 3rd. Reference. 662-',H64 or wrllo Mrs. J. Ilagley, 12 West llllli, Hutchinson. WANTED: Truck Driver or Truck Drlver-Torchman Combination. Apply In person MIDWEST IRON «. METAL CO., 700 South Main, EXPERIENCED MATURE Woman tor general ollk.o v/ntk. Including accounting and secretarial dulles. I or appulnlment, phono 662-0fi.T4. NEED RELIABLE Lady v/llh car (or housekeeping & child care, Would consldor live In. 6A5-B266 after 7 p.m EXPERIENCED Fry Cook, Saturdays off. Apply In person nf Hesslon Colonial House, Hesslon, Kansas, WANTED! Servico station atlondant «. service man. OK Service Company, 25 East 30th. MECHANIC and serviceman. Grnen- dyke Transport, Hutchinson, Kansas. 662 7261. FULL Time taxi cab drivers. Apply In porson at McVay 's. Need someone to live In with an elderly lady. 662-5333. " EXPERIENCED Truck Body- man and Painter. Usual company benefits, new modern shop. Apply in person to Duanc Ely, ELYS, INC., 815 West. 4th, Hutchinson. Ca s h i cr - Book kec per Excellent opportunity for rosponsl- blo, dependable woman. Typing and accuracy essential. Neat appearance, pleasant personality with desire to progre »s to credit manager. Usual store benefits plus Insurance. Good working; conditions. Phone lor appointment to: Marie Spitzer, MO 3-3041 Gordon's Ready to Wear II) NORTH MAIN HUTCHINSON, KANS. 2\ Salespeople Wanted CAN YOU spare 15 hours per week tor an oxlr.i »50 to 160? We need 2 part time people to service Fuller Brush customers. 662-823(1. f-'AST,"Easy"Money "Making Salos/No merchandise Investment, MO 5-76110, HOI East 30th. 24 Salespeople^Wanted ENCYCLOPEDIA SALESMEN MEN WOMEN AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA YOUR AREA OOOD COMMISSIONS TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS NO CANVASSING PHONE OR WRITE ,W5 BROADWAY K.C. M. O. PL 3-«0O B. MYER'.OM ROYS AND GIRLS. Earn Money selling randy. Call 662-9369. NO STRIKES— NO LAYOFFS I lorn K an opportunity tn r.ecuro your Itituro. tl,trn »t bottor living now and .Klvrinct. 1 lo t\ position of security and fin.uujfil indnpendfMir.p. No interruption of your o.trlng < .lpncity. No colling on how much ynu cm cstr n, If ynu like In ni<'(M proplo .ind have <t plfMs.int pctr r ,nn<illly, thK t>m ho your chdiKo In Mu'UM .'d. Car nur.fis 'uiry, Phone tiWS-WjW (or an appointment. lAwiic Profit Potential Di-ilrlhule P.iiiilinn equipment. Cattle feeding ;,tatlon, w.ilerer, mineral loodors and high pressuro washer. Proven throughout the Midwest. Local territory now avail.ihle. Reply with resume to Ronald Donahue, Sales Manager, Palo Alio M.-inufar.liirlng Co., Enimolsburg, Iowa M15.I4. 2(5 Situations Wanted AS A SI RVICE lo our rearlers, "Silua- lion Wanted" ails will he accepted at IIAI T PRICE lo Individuals seeking permanent employment. Ad must be paid In .ulvaiKP, (Mime In ... a Irleiully ad taker will help you. EXPERIENCED Janitor needs steady ] job in Ilulchlnson. Write Hutchinson News I.ox WW. ODD JOnl, Painting A Carpentry. MO .1 2VI9, MO 3.227.V 2'l Public Auctions NEW GALVANIZED TIN A I AU( HON EVERY THURSDAY ii,nnc your own inne. , In sheets 1 II. wide; mils 12 It. and 1 ,l II. wide Ifv many leimlhv j I or sale other weekdays al Sale ti.im. Shnnls about 3r. sti. It.; rolls -Ii.. Hl-SS ION. KANSAS SALES HARM. Phone .12/-MTi. Mil PRICE IS HIGH I. Furniture Auction Wed., Oct. 6 7:30 P.M. Outstanding consignments of NEW and USED HOME FURNISHINGS lor our aurllon this Wednesday evening and here is but a partial listing: 65 new carpets In 12 r-.nd 15 II. width and from 7 ft. long In M It. lonn, and various sl;es In bo twoon. This Includes some kllchon car pel, so this Is a oood chance to pick up now carpetlnij for your home. Llko now 22.000 DTU air conditioner, a now 70,000 P.TU Coleman heater, new U cu. ft Whirlpool relrlgerators, with small dam ago. / piece dinette sets, outstanding 3 piece llassolt Spanish bedroom suite. A consignment ot Spanish rustic furniture Includes desk and chair, sols ot tables, bookcase, slorage hamper, 2 llassell floral divans, 3 ploce hickory bedroom suite wllh Iwln mirrors, now orthopedic box springs and mallrosses, Color TV, pair of Iwln walnut beds, twin box springs and mallress, 2 ploce vinyl living room suites, .1 piece dark oak hodroom suite, largo selection of new recllners like now Norge portable dishwasher, 4-2 piece apartment al/e living room suites maple bunk hods, maple rockers, sols of end and enfteo tallies, lamps, 2 apartment si/e electric ranges, Wostinghouse refrigerator with twttom freezer, Ropor 30 In. gas range, 2 ploce black vinyl tuxedo living room sullos, 5 plnco drop leaf dining room suite, a 6 piece light walnut drop leaf dining room suite, dark dining room table and 6 chairs, 5 piece Mission oak dining room suite, utility ahlnets, base cabinets, chests of drawers, rnui, 1 1 china cabinet, 4 piece blond bedroom suite, 3 piece walnut bedroom suite, pair of twin blond beds, walnut baby bod, high chairs, 2 piece green living room sullo, usod green rocllnor. Frigid aire refrigerator, Hotpolnt washer, nauga hydo swlvol rockor, new adlustable toot stools, night stands, 110 air conditioner, Klrby sweeper, 2 Filter Queen twoepers Llko now Necchl desk model (awing ma chine plus 6 other console tewing machines, occasional chairs, maple desk, block and white TV, card table and * chairs, 3 ploce Spanish bedroom suite with double dresser, twin beds In velvet r.ew Remington cash register, Thermotax copying machine Royal electric typewriter, pair or bar stools, plus quite a hit repossessed furniture not listed hero. Wo are still accepting consignments tor this week's auction, so bring them In where we will gladly buy I piece or a compliilo houseful. Romombor, financing available and up lo 60 day free storage, It desired. SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:30 P.M. Page 9 The Hutr.hinnon News Tuesday, October 5, 1171 .11 Food PONDVIEW FARM-Red and Yallow Delicious, Jonathan apples; Good canning ODP I OS , tJ.oo a bushel. Alto have melons, squash, pumpklnj, sweet potato**, honey and fresh sweet cider. Open • to 4:30; Sundays 12 to 4:30. 2Vj miles north of 30th on K-41. JONATHAN, RED and Golden Delicious, 13.00 bushel. Pumpkin and cantaloupe, * for 51.00. Canning tomatoes, 13,00 bushel. Other vegetables. SANDY ACRES, 9 miles north on Plum Street, Open weak- days 8 to 8, Sunday 2 to 8. APPLES, JONATHAN, Grimes, "Red and Yellow Delicious Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Sweet Potatoes, Pears, Squash, Pumpkin, frosh elder. W. C, Sfouflhfort Orchard, 2 East and 1 South of Medora. "PEARSr'Brlng" contalnor7 ~ilSo"busriel 2 miles East of Prairie Dunes, 1 mile North, back mile west. Riversbanks Apples Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Red Dell- clous, Grimes Golden, Jon-Del apples. Crab apples, Kioffcr pears, watermelon, turbln squash, other trulls and vegetables. Frosh apple cider. Special on Jonalhan apples, 12.50 bushel. Oltcounts on large amounts. mile north of JOthj SI. on K-61. PEARS APPLES: Early Delicious, Jon-Grimes, Wealthy, RUENKE ORCHARD, 3'/i miles Smith of Nlnnoscdh River bridge on Highway K-17, 2 East, North, on the Wast side. Pretty Prairie. .12 Building Materials MOVABLE Homes Component Homes Component Garages PERRY LUMBER CO. So. Hutchinson .'{.'{ Miscellaneous OAK FLOORING, 6 Inch lap' siding, windows, doors and bolls. 711 West 17th. EIRE ALARM SYSTEMS, for home and business. Loll Electronics, 50S East 4lh. U',1.0 KIRHY'S m and up. Klrby Co. of I lulchlnson. .101 Last 15th, 662-1251. •IS~ RPM Records, 15c " each 7 HAY6i RECORD SHOP, 510 NORTH MAIN. COOLERS REMOVED or covered. Rapid Unlivery Service. Phone 642-5821, NEED EXPERIENCED A A II Life Agent lor Assistant Manager position In Hutchinson area. Expense allowance, lop commission, fringe benefits, leads furnished. Excellent opporlunily for further advancement. Major Company, For Interview v/rlle Suite 308, 3000 West Kellogg Drive, Wichita, Kansas 67213, or phono (316) 943-¥581 or 24326 r y i TIMK FOR A CHANGE? (Jive us a call! II you're over 20 and are a successful salesman or wan! lo be—hero's Iho career opportunity v/e olfer you, TRAINING thorough training at our National Sales Training school. Expenses paid. Earnings while learning plus cornplele on-the-|ob training guaranteed to help make you successful. CUSTOMERS—Our men and women call on present satisfied clients and contacts. National and local advertising always guarantees placet lo go and people to seo. COMPANY-Naflonelly known company and recognized loader In Its field v/llh over one billion dollars In asscls. EARNINGS—No celling on Income. Excellonl potential for consistent, five- figure income, even the first year. Plus first-year bonus of over 12,000.00. SECURITY- Our Triple Pay Program puts a torluno al your fingertips while you're working. Also assures a fortune to live on when you retire or are disabled. Phone Mr. Rroco, Ramada Inn, 663,1101, Tucwlay, Wednesday and Thursday EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Taylor Auction 15 West Is MO 2 0721 QUITTING BUSINESS SALE Kurnilure, Antiques, Accessories, Oriental rugs, Carpet, Pictures, Glass, Store fixture, Air conditioning equipment, Hun dreds of items for home and office. Starts Thursday 9 a.m. DIANE'S, 347 N. Water, Wichita NOTICE! We have discontinued our Monday Nlghl Sale, but are still holding our weekly Tuesday night sale which will Include furniture, dishes, antiques, tools and miscellaneous, starling at 7:00 P.M. 114 S. Main Hutchinson, Kans, Fred Welch Auctioneer Merchandise 30 Wanted to Buy BEFORE YOU SELL GET OUR BID, HIGHEST Prices paid for furniture, appliances, tools and miscellaneous, any quantity. Fred Welch Auction Co., 2-8308, 116 South Main. CARL'S" FURNITURE PAYS CASH For Good Used Furniture 710 South Main MO 3-2123 HIGHEST PRICES paid for used furniture. HARV'S FURNITURE, 13 South Main, 663-9071, WANTE D --»rltfanV " _ SpableTs" wlliribme hunting experience, Phono (316) 263-1644, Wichita. WE GIVE CASH for good used pianos. Call 316 662-41116. Nelson Music WANTED: Used two -horse trailer. Will pay cash. 3-9075, (.Jet more for your furniture from Taylor Auction. We will buy one piece or complete houseful. MO 2-0721. WE PAY TOP DOLLAR For Furniture, Appliances ft, Misc. MO 2-7993 FREE Newspaper Pickup In Hutchinson PHONE 5-8341 .11 Food JONATHAN, Red and Golden Delicious, 13.00 a bushel. Cantaloupe, 4 tor 11.00 Koneydew, pumpkin, and squash. SANDY ACRES In Medora. Open weekdays 12 to 8. Sunday 2 to 8. PUMPKINS and Watermulons by Hie truck loads. 100's of pounds of Butternut Squash and tomatoes and Indian corn lor decoration. John's Market, 4lh ft Whiteside, SWEET POTATOES Field run. You pick. 62.00 bu. Bring containers. Also tomatoes, squash, pumpkins and melons. Ono mile east St. John.—Pelerton-Rod- armcl. SWEET POTATOES—Wa are digging now, 13.00 bushel. Watermelons, v/e pick, 4 for II. You pick, 6 for II. Glenn Ely, 4001 N. Lorraine. 2-2*84. Quickie Boots Whip up low-cost boots fot apres-ski, dorm, parties! Kick up your heels in fabulous felt or suede cloth, hi- or-low hoots with applique and embroidery. Pattern 853: transfer, pattern pieces, sizes S,M,L included. SEVENTY-FIVE CINTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, The Hutchlnton News, Needlecratl Dept. 105, Box 161, O I d Chelsea Station, New York, N, Y. 10011. print Pattern Number, Name, AdaYett, Zip. PRINTED PATTERN SLIMMING your hipline Is one happy result of the angled skirt warning. It adds interest to a smart and simple wool, Dacron knit, linen, worsted. Printed Pattern 4713: NEW Half Sizes lOVi, 12'/4, Wk, l«'/a, I«'/z, 20'/ 2 , 22 V -i. Size WA (bust 37) takes 2 l A yds. 39-in. SEVENTY-PIVI CENTS for each pattern—add 25 cents for each pattern tor Air Mall and Special Handling. Sand tt Anne Adams, Cara ol The Hutchlnton News Pattern Dept. 31}, 243 Watt ITtti St., New York, N. V. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, fill enej STYLE NUMEEK.

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