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News Want Ads 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 HAPPY BIRTHDAY — Former Beatlc John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, pose with Lennon's birthday cake. Lennon was 31 Saturday. The Len- (Hutchlnson News-UPI Tolephoto) lions are in Syracuse for the opening of Yoko's first one-woman show called, 'This Is Not Here ... An Exhibit of Conceptual Works of Art.' Joins Service Unit Deaths Gwen Preheim, Freeman, S. D., has joined the voluntary service unit sponsored by the General Conference Mennonite and old Mennonite churches in Hutchinson. She will work one year developing and coordinating an aftercare pa-ograrn for hospital patients. The program will include enlisting volunteers to help patients after they return home from the hospital. Miss Preheim is a graduate of Freeman Junior College, Freeman, S. D., and South Dakota State University, Brookings. She is a member of the Salem Mennonite Church, Freeman. Ths General Conference Mennonite Church has 22 voluntary service units in the United States and Canada with 130 volunteers. The unit in Hutchinson was started in August. Lane Ltd. Lands FAR-MAR-CO The appointment of Lane Ltd. as trv». advertising agency for FAR-MAR-CO, Inc., has been announced by J. H. Dean, general manager of the grain marketing organization. Lane Ltd. has been selected as the agency for the entire FAR-MAR-CO corporate account which includes the Publication Division, Electronic Data Processing Division, and the Food Division. "With our headquarters in Hutchinson, we believe it prudent to utilize the services of a local firm such as Lane Ltd., if we achieve the same quality and service as we were previously purchasing outside the city," Dean said. "The selection of our agency by an organization of the stature and size of FAR-MAR-CO, is a pivotal account in the growth of our agency," commented Dave Lane, agency president. Master Masons Meet Here Approximately 150 Master Masons from 20 Masonic Lodges met Saturday at the Masonic Temple in Hutchinson. The Most Worshipful Grand Master of Kansas, Robert D. Caplinger, Effingham, spoke at a Saturday night dinner at the First Methodist Church. Ray Hutchinson, 1015 East 12th, was area coordinator for the meeting. Buhler Mission Supper Wednesday BUHLER - The annual Mission Supper sponsored by women of the Buhler Mennonite Church will be 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. The menu will include roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, combination salad, corn, homemade pie and coffee. A free-will offering will be taken. Lec Robinson McPHERSON - Lee Robin-! son, 69, died Saturday at Northview Manor, after a long illness. He was born Nov. 3, 1901, in Minco, Okla., and married Josephine McKinney, Dec. 23, 1926, at Edmond, Okla. He was a retired grocer and produce merchant for Robinson Produce. He moved to McPherson in 1953 from Oklahoma City. Survivors include the widow, son, Frank, Kings Beach, Calif.; daughter, Mrs. Patty Achilles, Hutchinson; sisters, Mrs. Eva Watson, Mrs. Marie Iron, both of Oklahoma City, Okla.; brother, Newt Robinson, Oklahoma City, Okla.; five grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Quiring Glidden Chapel; Rev. Raymond W. O. Knowles. Graveside services will be 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Yukon Cemetery. Yukon, Okla. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the chapel Jennifer Lynn Bortz Jennifer Lynn Bortz, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bortz, 514 East 1st, died shortly after birth Friday afternoon at North Hospital. In addition to the parents, survivors are a paternal grand- tro!h-er, Mrs. Evelyn Ryan, 1515 East 4th, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daines, 1510 Landon. Graveside service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, Memorial Park Cemetery; Rev. J. L. Mcintosh. Claude Edward Sims COLDWATER - Claude Edward Sims, 81, died Friday eve ning at Harper County Hospital, Okla., after a short illness Born March 21, 1890, in Comanche County, he married Alice Hinman April 23, 1913, in Hutchinson. He was a retired grocer and owner of the Sims Northside Market for 20 years He was a lifelong resident of Coldwater. He was a member of the Cold water Methodist Church. Survivors include the widow daughter, Rosemary Pritchard Littleton, Colo. Sons, Calvert 2927 East 4th, Hutchinson; four grandchildren. Funeral will be 10:30 a. m. Monday at the Hatfield Funera Home; Rev. Ralph Barcelo. Burial will be in the Crown Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Helen Dillard Mrs. Helen Dillard, 71, Scott City, a former Hutchinson resi dent, died Saturday at the Parklane Rest Home, Scott City. She was born Nov. 30, 1899, in Pretty Prairie, and was employed at the Midwest Metal and Iron Company, Hutchinson. 40 years. She moved from Hutchinson to Scott City in 1969. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Alice Winfield, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Harriett Rewerts, Leoti; sisters, Mrs.. Roy Ogren and Mrs., Ira King, both of Hutchinson; four grandchildren. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Eastside Cemetery, Hutchinson; Rev. Dean E. Gleason. Mrs. Lillian Goodwin Mrs. Lillian Goodwin, Olathe, sister of Mrs. May Hart, 105 East A, died Friday in Olathe. Deaths Elsewhere C. Elmer Erlckson, 79, McPherson, died Friday. Funeral will bo 3 p.m. Sunday, Now Gotlland Lutheran Church. Burial will be In Iho church comelery. Ralph H. Wlnslow 88, formerly of Great Bend, died Saturday. Funeral will bo 2 p.m. Monday, Bryant and Fryborger Funeral Home, Great Bend. Burial will be In the Hlllcrost Cemetery. Mrs. Vernle (Marcella) Kllosen, 61, Dodge City, died Friday. Funeral will bo 10:30 a.m. Monday, Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial will be In St. Andrew's Cemetery at Wright. Cornelius W. Claasson, 84, Nowlon, died Friday. Funeral will bo 2 p.m. Tuesday, First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be In the Greenwood Abbey Mausoleum. Morrell D. Ruehlen, 48, Lawrence, son of Mrs. Kathryn Ruehlen, died Friday. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday, Warren Memorial Chapel, Lawrence. Cremation will follow In Topeka. William J. Fyler, 45, Larned, died Friday. Funeral will bo 2:30 p.m. Monday, United Methodist Church. Burial will be In the Larned Cemetery. Ed Welch, 86, Scott City, died Friday. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, First Christian Church. Burial will bo in the Ponce Cemetery In Scott County. 24 to Join KU Honors Program Twenty-four Southwest Kansas students have accepted invitations to join the honors program at the University of Kansas. Honors students in this year's freshman class at KU rank in the upper two per cent of college freshmen in the U.S. Honors program students from Hutchinson include: Hannah L. Bacon, RFD 4; Randall Bell, 513 East 15th; Richard M. Caldwell, 1 Eastwood Dr.; Mary Dawson, RFD l;'\Kathy Everson, 420 Hyde Park;' Allan J. Haesemeyer, 2104 Northridge; Thomas Mayhew, RFD 1, and J. D. Norcross, 116 East 16th. Other students in the program are: Daryl Thach, RFD 2, Burr ton; Mark Daffom, Cunningham; Jana L. Chambers, Gar den City; Gary Dobbs, Great Bend; Terri Harris, Harper; Karma Ruder, Hays; Lawrence Storm, Hays; Edgar Easterly, Hoisington; Eric Root, Liberal; Alan L. Gardner, McPherson; Douglas Inloes, McPherson; Shelley Randall, Newton; John Robb, Newton; Michael Wesley, Nickerson; Stanley Lang, Russell; David Merryfield, Russell and Garrick Stangle, Russell. New Officers for Pocahontas Council The annual statewide meeting of the Council of Pocahontas was held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Hilton. The organization is the auxiliary of the Improved Order of Redmen and 56 women attend' ed the meeting. Officers were installed at the Saturday night dinner. They are Mrs. Harry Watkins, Wichita, Great Pocahontas; Mrs. Vemon Mannis, Kansas City, Great Wenona; Mrs. Noel Stark, Hutchinson, Great Minnehaha; -Mrs. Alice Werner, Kansas City, Great Keeper of records; Mrs. Verne Sanders, 217 Shadduck, Great Keeper of Wampum; Mrs. Ina Sage, 441 North Washington, South Hutchinson, Great Prophetess. Rep. Hess To Speak in Hutchinson Per Word (10 Words Minimum) l day—per word H t days—por word per day H 3 days—per word per day /Vie 4 days—per word per day TVic 5 days—por word por day 7c 6 days—per word por day 6'Ac 7 days—por word per day 4c 8 or 9 days—vior word per day «e to thru 13 days—per word per day SVac 14 thru 29 days—par word per day 5c 10 days—per word per day .. 4Vic Want Ads ordered tor more than ono day, but not running consecutively are charged at the ono day rate Rummage Sale Ads must be paid In advance. 10% discount >or cosh with order. AH words and numbers counlod. The News will be responsible lor only ONE Incorrect Insertion. Ads MUST be published i day before they may bo cancelled or changed, out-ot-toi ritiry rate—9c per word with no discounts. PLACE YOUR AD WEEKDAYS—Before 5 p.m. to run next day. FRIDAY Before 5 p.m. to run Saturday or Sunday. 16 Special Notices ~ ALarHbLICS ^ANOliVMbUS 'wiri help those who slnceroly doslro to slop drinking, MO 3-9661. ELECtR0im^ATrtWriecT _ SaTe5' and Service. Alvln Fry, 2015 North Main. MO 5-4025. Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order Paul Hess of Wichita, 23-year- old law student and the youngest representative serving in the Legislature, will speak at the College Republican Club at the Hutchinson Community College Student Union at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting is open to anyone interested, said Terry Rainey, clnb president. "We believe we have an excellent speaker here and we would like to share him," he said. Hess is the youngest state representative, not only in Kansas, but in 13 surrounding states. He has received a bachelor's degree in political science and is in his second year at the Kansas University law school. His topic will be "Positive Thinking Is Not Enough." Barbershop Chorus Sing in Halstead HALSTEAD — A benefit performance of the Flint Hills Barbershop Chorus will bo 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at the hi^h school auditorium lrjre. Pross?ds go to the Kansas H?alth Museum. Advance tickets are $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. Tickets at the door will be $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for students. The chorus is directed by Monty Duerkson. Jeffries To Speak To Iris Club Rev. Robert Jeffries, Ells worth, grower, hybridizer and speaker on reblooming iris, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Hutchinson Iris Club. Th public is invited to attend the meeting in the First Federal Savings and Loan club room. Auto Painting and Repairs O'MARA'S Wlde-TrackTowTr otfofs - the finest workmanship In auto body repairs or painting. Call Lawronce Hill for free estimates. MO 3-4481. Air Conditioning FITTER QUEEN Sales and Service. Sales help needed. Phono 316-662-0351. Air Conditioning Contractor AIR' CONDITIONER, furnace,"fan""and motor service. Russell Electric, 708 East 7th-MO 2-4971. Alterations & Sewing ALTER7\TTON"S~^^MFthTiole"s7~l3urTK^ Tears rowoven. House of Weaving, 5ul East 3rd, MO 2-7241. Auto Upholstery AUTOMOBILE Seal cdWrs "a7id ~up"- holslery. Convertible tops Installed. Truck and tractor seats rebuilt. WASSON 106 West 1st BeautyJShops FALL SPECIALI PermanenTs SOO complete. Blggcrs Deauly Shop, 317 Wcsl 2nd. Carpentering & Masonry ""CARPENTRY, concrete, kitchen cabinets. Free estimates. George Tlnln, MO 2-610V, MO_5-7048_^ _ _ CARP'ENTRYT CONCRETE, all kinds. No |ob too small. Free estimates. JOE PREVITERA. MO 5-5127. CONSTRUCTION — REMODELING of all kinds. Hadloy Capps, contractor. MO- 3-4119. • _ _ _ _ ""CONCRETE WORK of all" kinds. "Free estimates. Call MO 2-8068. Carpet Cleaning "SERVICEMASTER " oxpcrl carpet"" 8. funlture cleaning, established 35 years. Call John Holland, 662-2365. 5TEAMATIC CARPET cleaning "Call Doug tor a clean rug." 663-2538. Free Eslimales. Hydraulic Jack Repair SMITH'S HYDRAULIC Jack Repair Moved — Now Address 622 East 3rd, MO 3-4628. Miscellaneous Services WELDING AND DOZER - WORK Albert Kolley, 662-4042, Hutchinson Nursing & Rest Homes ~STfeCPiCnc "^'^prolerredrcbuple» or slnglo, my homo. MO 5-5830. ~*Wi C'L~ cafe" - for eJdT>rly~gc7tIernan In my home. MO 5-7390. PaTiuTng,~Pa^ring 17 Coming Events TKoTTOAT^nTresBAVrTrefBfitTr"! I -12", 0:a.m. Garage Sale, 51 Random Road (Larkland) North Main East on 27th. 3 families. Largo site men 's good overcoats, slacks, suits, shoos, size 10-13. Ladles wear, many Items - sizes. Antiques, oak stand table, pitcher, glasses, andirons, dishes. Aquarium, 10 gallon complolo. Tent 6 x 6 x 7V 'a, toys, ping pong sot, dishes, utensils, linens. " GARAGE,"PATIO - &~M6vlhg """S "alo - Oclobor 9 & 10 Salesman's samples of flowers, candle holders, Christmas Doc oratons, pictures, brass, lewelry, wrought iron. Also, antique music boxes, milk glass, electric adding machine, bicycle oxorclsor, air • purifier, love - soats, clothing size 5 lunlor and ladles size 16. McBrldos, 37 Circle Drive. _ "SATE" Tuesday a"nd ~"Wed *holdayr "6T(i6 till? 910 South Main. Nice clothing, toon- age clothes, large size dresses, Items for decoupago and tolo, Avons, depression glass, new ovcnbroller, World books, loys and games, Hull and Rosevllle pottery, records, books, magazines, nntlquo furniture, Accordion door. ~ToWNG~T)c7T7hru ~li0. Oodles of all new fancy materials, knits, crushed volvols, wild and dress lersoys, many others. Also numerous old whiskey bottles, Avon, Insulators, barbed wire and miscellaneous. Open 9-5, Mon • Sat. 1609 East 8th. GARAGE SALE — Clothing, Avons, pool table, cookbooks, garden produce, miscellaneous. Friday-Saturday - Sunday 21 East 6th, South Hutchinson. "GARAGE "SALE7 ~Saturday — Sunday 804 North Monroo, Dishes, Antiques, collector 's Moms, Miscellaneous. ""AVON"AND""UQUOR""BOIIIO Collection, Dishes, Miscellaneous. 1525 East G. _ "TfUMMAGE^ TATET Some antiques, Monday October 11, 910 So. Main. Lost & Found ~T=OTND~ADS fr "(only) wm""bo""a ~cTcpV- ed FREE If you find something AND WISH TO LOCATE THE OWNER—Come In. . .a friendly ad taker will help you F6u 'ND ™EnoIRn~PWter"d^ 14th 8. O'Dnnlol area about 4 clays ago Call 3-3762 to Identify. _ _ STRAYED: Yellow ~"Cha"r51als heifer, 600 lbs. South ol Plevna. 207-3422. Rosco Singleton. LOST '-r _ Sf6wh _ b1llfoid ""c¥nlalnlng ""lrn. portont papers. Roward 2-6127. 0 Schools, instruction DANCE ARTS, Master certified prlvalo program. Children's classes—Tap, Ballot, Acrobatic, Baton. Adull classes — exercise Intcrprotlve, social. Materials kit furnished. 662-2062, 3105 Farmlngton Road. SANDY'S" DANCE STUDI'0."¥a "p7 Ballot and Acrobatic. Froo transportation, Call MO 2-3066. Pnge 30 Tim Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10, 1971 PAPERHANGING, wallcovering", ""Interior painting. Free estimates. MO 2-2955. Phone evenings at MO 2-9280. Picture Framing MOULbTi 200 MOUXblNGS, 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 2 Septic Tanks & Sanitation ' SEPTIC TANKS"; cleaned^ repaired, Installed. Lackey Sanitation, Rt. 3, MO 20266, "Red" Wroo operator. MO 5-8158. Trash Hauling ED GUTHRIES TTaTnT monthly rafos, special Pickup, Free Estimates, MO 3-6373 truck & Car Painting"" QUAXlTY-PafnlTng, recondnionlngT^e- building of cars, trucks, trailers and Industrial cqulpmont. Cleaned by slcam and sand blasting. ARK-RIDGE ENTERPRISES, 662-1223, Randolph Anderson. 662-6025. Child Care WILL BABYSIT, In my homo. '"References. Fenced yard. MO 5-7797. ""WANT""" Babysitting, in my"homo. 5-6924. _ _ Custom Fit Lingerie "SPENCER'S INDIVIDUALLY - DESIGN"ED foundations, bras. Mrs. Edith Day, Langdon. Phone 596-2546. Chain Saw Service PIONEER CHAIN Sow Service and Sales, Lawn Mowers, small engine repair. Hodisco, 1217 West 4lh, MO 2-0203. Furnace Cleaning ""HY-POWER Vac Cleaning for Furnaces & Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, MO 2-2365. Tree Trimming & Removal BOB STRICKLER TREE SERVICE Equipped and Experienced to handle your tree problems. Stumps removed by machine. MO 5-6215. Termite Control ""ROBERTSON TERMITE and PeVt"Con­ trol. Guaranteed, L.censed, Insured. MO 5-B710, P.O. Box 483, Hutchinson. GO NOW PAY LATER 0 SECRETARIAL » STENOGRAPHY « ACCOUNTING a MACHINE ACCTG. COMPUTER PROGRAM * RECEPTIONIST a COURSE FOR MATURE WOMEN SALT CITY Business College DIAL 663-4488 Day — Night 8. Vt Day Classes Ave. A & Walnut Augment Your Family Income! Start Training Oct. 11 Make your llto moro Interesting and usoful. Coll Adela Hale, MO | 3-4419 for Details. Adela Hale- Business Career School 1st 8. Plum, MO 3-4419, Hutchinson STUDENT LOANS—ACCREDITED ACBS -- Free Employmonl — Oil Painting Classes-Beginners 6 week course — 420.00 TUESDAYS — October 19 —November 23 l:p.m. — 4:p.m. Convention Holt, Room 22. Concentrated equivalent — 1 year college. INSTRUCTOR •- Mrs. E. Noal Elwoll. Formerly Colorado Northwestern College Extension. TO ENROLL — Phone Georgia Potion, 662-3223 by Oclobor 15th. Wiring QUALITY Electric wiring and repairing (independent). Ru«sell Electric, 708 East 7th. MO 2-4971. Weddjng Service WEDDINGS -- by "civil servant --Rev- eront, Dlgnlflod, Legal - FREE marital counseling. 665-8842. 20 Schools and Instruction H." S. GRAD- VETERANS Uncertain Of Your Future? Mid-Continent Aviation School Invites You to Look At Career Available To FFA Licensed AIR FRAME AND POWER PLANT MECHANICS Good Jobs available to (students while attending classes. Average Earnings of $2.50 per hr. Write or call for appointment: 1-816-VI2-8480 (Collect) Mid-Continent Aviation School of Aeronautics 1441 Atlantic St. N. Kansas City, Mo. 64116 Approved for Veterans Financial Assistance available to Qualified Applicants 15 Cemetery Lots—Markers 16 MEMORIAL ART " CO". Is'"" your ""'only franchlsod ROCK OF AGES monument dealer In Hutchinson and surrounding areas. See us at 1300 Nickerson Blvd. MO 3-3161. Transcript Traffic Accidents Oct. 8—7:43 a.m. 17th and Poplar. Rob orl G. Fischer, 18, 40 Tomahawk, and Joo Collins, 54, 1801 Harrison. Fischer charged wllh falling to yield right of way when making loft turn. 12:06 p.m.—11th and K61. Ronald L. Novack, 20, mv -i East 4th, and Billy D. Anderson, 22, 7 South Pershing. Anderson charged with falling to yield right of way at posted stop. Novack taken by ambulance to North Hospital for arm and leg Inlurlcs, Oct. 9—3:53 a.m. 100 Block North Pershing. Stanley C. McAllister, 20, 723 East 9th, and parked vehlclo owned by Harvey Goerlng, Pretty prairie. McAllister charg ed wllh careless driving. Where's The Fire Oct. 8—9:10 a.m. Pay Way Feed Mills. Inc., 231 South Lorraine. Grain In bin Ignited by spontaneous combustion. 3:29 p.m.—30B '/2 East 10th. Illegal burning. 8:18 p.m.—715 Norlh Monroo. House (Ire. Oct. 9—1:50 p.m. 604 Norlh Star. Grass fire. Ambulance Call Oct. 8 — 9:10 a.m. — 2C0 Block Park. Sick call. 9i25 a.m. — Wesley Towers to Norlh Hospital. Transtor. 12:07 p.m. — K61 and 11 Ih. Car Motor- cyclo accident. 12:45 p.m. — South Hospital to Evergreen Manor. Transfer. 1 p.m. — South Hospital to first Block 29th Parkway. Transfer. 3:05 p.m. — 400 Block North Monroe. Sick call. 3:45 p.m. —Ono mile east of Partridge on U. S. 50. Car accident. 6:55 p.m. — 700 Block West 1st. Sick call. Announcements 16 Special Notices _ NO "PLACElo Go With Yaur""dld"~News- papers? II not, drop them ott at The News Plaza, <ind they will bo sold for recycling Into pa;>er products. A red and white trailer wllh the slogan "Re-Use The News" Is the depository, Of course any old newspapers will be accepted. This Is a public service ol The News. Proceeds will go to the Reno County Environmental Protection Committee. Special Notices Reger Rents Guest Beds & Cots Super Poncho! Eldrcdge Innerspring Mattress & Box Springs Custom & Standard Sizes QUALITY ... at no extra price. 4C0 North Main MO 3-4591 THE CALL FOR ACTIONI Dial local 2-3311 or call operator colled 662-1215 to sell your stereo with a low-cost Hutchinson News Want ad today! ~B E AU T Y~b"y""~MA"R Y~KAY~CosmeTlcs. Betty Priest, 662-8527, 5-5723. Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. "PARENTS Without PARTNERS (PWP) Membership Drive. If Interested, write Box 1292, Hutchinson. For Best Results Use Hutchinson News Classified Pack up and go places in this light yet cozy poncho! Lead the carefree, casual, colorful life! Crochet granny squares, join and crochet top in gay, zigzag stripes. "Use worsted, No. 8 hook. Pattern 586: one size fits 10-18. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling. Sand to Laura Wheeler, The Hutchinson News, Needlecraft Dept., 105, Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. Printed Pattern Brashear Dancing School Acrobatic, Tap, Ballet, Modern Jmi and Adull Ballroom. Class and prlvalc In Iructlons. Reasonable Rates, MO 3-3953 21 Teaching Positions WAWTEbT^FourlirTrayo^TeacliuF"' by" October 15lh. Superintendent Sllberl Lan man, Fowler, Kansas. Employment 22 Help Wanted DRIVER NEEDED, 6:30 a.m." to 3:30 p.m. Full-time. Soml-rotlred. Must be bomtnblo wllh good driving record. Sec Porsonnol Director, 724 N. Main. "LAWYERS, 'ARCHITECTS" and MBA'S, are needed for Action pro|ecls. Call Action - Ponce Corps - Vlsln collect 913354-7716, Topeka, Oclobor 12-15. If you have a SKILLED TRADE, Developing nations can uso II. Call Action— Poace Corps - Vista colled 913-354-7716 Topeka, Ocotber 12-15. FARMERS*NEEDED In 50 developing nations. Call Action - Ponce Corps - Vista collect 913-354-7716, Topeka, October 12-15. WANTED Combination welder and machinist. Apply to Sum Hcgarty, Central Woldlng & Machine Shop, 211 Wcsl Second. • "NEED'E"b"~AT - once." iHxperFenced 'tree workors. Full or part time. Bell Pcsl Control and Tree Service. 663-4013. CHANCE to loarn trade, fringe benefits, steady work. Parrolt - tlodnelt Retread Plant, 29 West Sherman. MECHANIC "and" serviceman. Croon- dyke Transport, Hutchinson, Kansas. 6627281. _ "WANTED*— Cbsmotoiogls'l, with following. MO 3-6312 bolwoen 8-5 Tuesday thru Saturday. "lWA"NT'lz"l~1"Servrco ""5failoh "aTtehdanV& service man. OK Servlco Company, 25 East 30th. ~WANTEDT"E vonlng ~"c66k7 "AppiyIn person. HOTEL LY-KAN, Lyons, Kansas. 257-2365. No.-J someone to live In with an elderly lady. 662-5333. WANTED - WAITRESS - Call alter 2,-PM, MO 3-6304. NEAT —ATTRACTIVE woman"" bartender. Call aflor 2:PM, MO 3-6304, "WANTED — Beautician with following Phono MO 2-3112. LADYTO do flghl housework, llvo-ln. MO 5-7489. 22 Help Wanted COUPLE' o"r~'alngTo person" (miy~fiiivi young children) to bo In chnrgo of a cottage of troublod teonngors — living In— at a Christian Institution. QUALIFICATIONS: Concern for youth, emotional stability, porsevoranco, dolormnntlon, sensit of humor, flexibility, ability to work as a team mombcr, good health, high school education, sense of responsibility for property and clean surroundings, drlvors llconso, cooking ability (break, fast) and soma laundry, 2 days oil per week. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Good wages, Blue Cross, sick loavo, gonorous vacation and holidays. Wrllo Mr. Long, Mothodlst Youthvllle, Box 246, Newton, Kansas or phoho 316-283-1950. Equal Opportunity Employer. WANTED: Mechanic for oonoral farm shop. Hnvo fully equipped cllosel shop- work on oil makas cars, truck and tractors. Living quartors rocontly docorntod close. Call or wrlto Evans Ono Stop Serv- Ice, Kalvsstn, Kansas, 855-3591, evonlngs • canj55-3556. _ TRUCK"~ME"CHANi^bxpoRoncod all phasos, VJ thru 2Va Ions. Working also as Shop Foroman. Good pay, frlngo bone- fits. Established Chovrolot dealer. Call Servlco Monagor—Colloct — 505-983-6361. SANTA FE MOTOR CO., Santa Fe, N.M. """ ""ANESTHETIST"" CRNA — For modorn 81 bod hospital. Salary negotiable. Housing If desired. Near John Brown Unlv, and U of A. Call Admin., Memorial Hospital, SHoam Sp^ngs^Ark. 501-524-4141. WANT~to llvo In lovoly ColbracTo"? Business Is booming — Our Servlco Department needs oxperloncecl Bodymon —Llna Mechanic and Body Painter. Wrlto WILCOXSON BUICK — CADILLAC, Pueblo, Colo. ""EXCELLENT' Opportuniry lor'porma- nont employment. Experienced lady fry cook. Short evening hours, 5 1o 10 p.m. Apply Mrs. Shorb, Loonlda's Steak House, Municipal Airport Building, Phono 2-4281. WANT'tbhlfb:" frucOrlvbF'wIifrciass A Chauffeurs llconso, and ICC physical wllh oxporlonco, to pull semi grain trail- or, year round. Coll 276-6820 or 276-6705 Garden City, Kans. ""FOREMAN""-"-'"Exp 'e"rlb'nc "d''molaTbul 'IH. Ing construction, non -drlnkor. Good opportunity. Send resumo tlrst lollor. Con- f'denllnl. P.O. Box 1645, Hutchinson, Kansas. WANTED: truck brlv 'or *"~b "r Truck Drlvor-Torchman Combination. Apply In porson -MIDWEST IRON 8, METAL CO., 700 South Main. EXPERIENCED TRUCK MECHANIC, gas & diescl. Usual company benefits. Apply in person to Bob Purser, Shop Foreman, ELYS, INC., 815 West «ith, Hutchinson. EXPERIENCED Truck Body- man and Painter. Usual company benefits, new mode r n shop. Apply in person to Bob Pcrscr, ELYS, INC., 815 West 4th, Hutchinson. LUBRICATION ^"SERVICEMAN, usual company benefits. Apply in person lo Bob Pcrscr, Shop Foreman, ELYS, INC., 815 West 4th, Hutchinson. JANITOR & MAINTENANCE MAN, usual company benefits. Apply in person lo Bob Pcrscr, ELYS, INC., 815 West 4th, Hutchinson. 24 Salespeople Wanted READ CAREFUTL'Y Loading manufacturer. Aulomobllo Interior products. 49 years In business. Slcndy solid expansion. Sales volume almost doubled In last throo yenrs. Eleventh brand) opened In 1969. Now manufacturing pliinl and warehouse |uut completed. Need FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE I tits area. Established accounts, Tromon- dour. potential. Five figure earnings. Av- erago two nights wookly on road. Experience unnecessary. Thorough training. Complolo Insurance program. Rollrornent plan. Weekly travel allowance. Wookly car dcprosclallon allowanco or car tur- nlshod. Quarterly bonuses. Weekly draw. Full commission on mall ordors. Excellent advancement opportunities. Call 1-901-525-5711 Ext. 143 during otflcs hours or wrllo today for application to: A. II. HALL, Care ARTHUR FULMER, 260 MONROE, MEPIIIS, TENNESSEE 38101 Branches In: 4614 SIZES 8-18 HUGS you thru the middle, bounces out buoyantly below via pleats, makes you feel glad to be a girl! Choose holiday blends, smooth knits. Printed Pattern 4614: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 3'/B yards 45-inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pat- torn — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, Caro of Tho Hutchinson News, Pattern Dept., 312, 243 West 17lh St. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MHUH TRAIN TO BE A W ®m HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Loam to operate Bulldozers, Draglines, Cranes, Scrapors, Loaders, Trenchers, etc. at our modorn facility In Miami, Florida. A high- paid career Is open to ambitious mon. UNIVERSAL HEAVY CONSTRUCTION SCHOOLS Homo Olflco—Miami, Florida For Information Wrlto to: "U 7 H.CS. Dept. 1398 7 East Gregory Blvd. Kansas City, Mo. 64114 Phono (816) 333-2115 Pleaso print Name Address City Stato Zip Phone Ago t APPROVED FOR VETERANS INDIANAPOLIS—DALLAS— OKLAHOMA CITY - LOUISVILLE - CHARLOTTE— ST. LOUIS - MONROVIA—RICHMOND •HOUSTON — ORLANDO — MIAMI "CA^STfCEsMSfTK^ Plymoulh dealership. Experience preferred but not necossory, for young ambitious mon. Contact Eustaco Marmlo, Marmlo Motors, Groat Bend. P h o n • Area 316, 792-2571 for appolnlmont, "NEED MbWEYTsfiCL k"NA"P"P SH5B . . .Port tlmo or full tlmo. No Investment. Sond for froo selling kit. High commissions plus bonus. Wrllo to R. A. DIMarzio, Knapp Shoos, Brockton, Massachusetts 02401. "U. S. SAFETY Corporation oxpandlno In the fire dofoctlon flold. Need 6 men who con meet Iho public and doslro WOO per month. Guaranloo. CaM 662-0451. "CAN" VoCTTpara'TS" hours pb 'r "wooir?o "r an extra $50 lo J60? Wo nood 2 part time pooplo lo service Fuller Brush customers. 662-8238. ~FXST7 ~SiHy Mofwjrftaklna &ln'. No merchandise Inveslmonl, MO 5-7680, 1101 East 301h. NEED EXPERIENCED A 8. H Llfo Agent for Assistant Manager position In Hutchinson area. Exponso allowanco, lop commission, frlngo benefits, loads furnished. Excellent opportunity for lurlhor advancement. Ma|or Company. For interview wrllo Sulto 308, 3000 West Kollogg Drive, Wichita, Kansas 67213, or phono (316) 943-9581 or 9439691 MACHINE TOOL OPERATORS Immediate Openings For Experienced Machine Tool Operators qualified to set up and operate drills and lathes Used in metal working. Preference will be given to applicants with prior Cessna experience. Call 662-1801 for appointment or apply in person Weekdays 8 A.M. • 4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M. • Noon Cessna Fluid Power Division Rural Route 4 Hutchinson, Kansas An Equal Opportunity Employer

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