Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 17, 1963 · Page 10
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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CLASSIFIED Mln. charge any ad 4B« 1 day, per word . *e 1 days, per word 16e I day*, per word 24e 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cash hi advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only one Incorrect insertion. Servlcti 1 S—Situations Wanted U—Llvesfeefc, Pert. Poultry i I—Special Notices Garden City Retidontt If Your Telegram Doein't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekday* 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Pleaiti Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper AbCOHOLICS^ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 .p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 (or free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phono BR 6-7011 or BR 6-371B. .TATTENTIDN MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all num bers as shown on a recent issue. -m MCVICKER an-J SCO1T professional auction service, BR 6- 64G2, Garden City, Kansas. -22t( 2—Miscellaneous W'K PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Giirdnn City grocery at loss price than here. (Regular gholf price.) Neely's A-G —21tf j FOR SALE —Downdraft cooler , for flat top office building,; splendid condition BR 6-3583. -Ctf SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Baclchoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand • Gravel - Fill Dirt BR &-377I 1204 6. Pulton Garden Ciry Georqe Smith (3-fF CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling .service. S a t i s f a ction guaranteed. Phone RR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. Garden City. -i2tf AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Leonard Mutton, 1021 Flarding. Great Hcnd, Kans. Phone GL 3-6o9G. GENERAL office, experienced, BEAUTIFULLY MARKED pure: capable. BR 6-6714. —18pd breed Collie puppies, sired by! i Boris Drew. BR 6-6770. -17 ?— .Par Rent FOR SALE — Ducks. BR 6-6139. i -18 FOR RENT — Apartment. b«au- tifuly furnished, buffet style. See it. Reasonably priced. War-1 FOR SALE: Pigeons, 902 N. 12th.; rm Hotel, BR <*-3221. -21W: __ _____ —17 ONE BEDROOM House Adults FOR SALE: Young pullets and or one child. 914 N. 9th. -18 Jfceder pigs.JSR 6-3635. -19 THREE "BEDROOM "furnished! BORDER COLLIE puppies. $5.00 home with garage. $90. BR 6-i BR 6-8112. -17 4381. -17tfj ONE BEDROOM furnished or unfurnished house. Call BR 6- 18—Household Needs 3084. —19 FURNISHED APARTMENT, $40 per month. Utilities paid, air, conditioned. BR 6-3153 or BR 6- i 8080. -17tf| SMALL FIVE room house, two stoves and cooler included. BR G-6G35. — 19pd USED Frigette $195 Installed NEW Frigette $275 installed See Them At FIVE POINTS MOTOR Company, Inc. 720 Jones 217-21 LITTLE AMERICA now open Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. —19pd 2—Miscellaneous FOR RENT — Camper trailers by day, week or riionth. Bill Ragcl 903 North 9th. Phone BR 8-6738 or 6-5248. —IGtf FOR SALE — At or near wholesale prices: New steel and . pipe; Construction steel in beams, rebars, remesh wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanized wire for cattle, hogs, sheep, fence panels or gates in 5 different sizes oi mesh and lengths. Eastside Iron on highway 50 on the east side of Garden City. Phone BR 6-3189. —2'tf FOR SALE: 21" Television; 5'x8' Building to be moved; 130 gallon fuel tank with pump; imported marble, any amount. BR 6- 4G71. —20 WOULD LIKE to take care of aged people in my home. —23 WANTED: Half-bushel baskets, good condition. Will pay 10cl each. Walls' Foodliner. —19 j DITCHING SERVICE for gas : lines or sprinkling systems. \o ! job too small. BR 6-6506. — 19pd ' STARTEH AN'D GENERATOR ! repair. Quint's Automotive, 8lh ! and Fulton, BR G-5332. — 17 | DON'T BE BOTHERED WITH SEWER ROOTS! Let .Johnson Plumbing Replace That O'd Lin* With A 'Root Proof Orangeburg Line. As Low As $1.10 Per Foot City Permit and Inspection Included BUSINESS BUILDING located at | 403 8th. Remodel to suit tenant. Contact Sally at Wheat Lands Motel. -8tf AIR CONDITIONED apartment, nicely furnished, newly decor-1 aled bills paid, couple or one > adult. BR 6-3583. — 6tf ' THREE ROOM upstairs apartment for one or two adults. Close in. BR 6-6429. 908 N. 8th. —20 CALL BR 6-3084 2 I 7-tf FURNISHED one bedroom apartment. Adults. The Virginian Court. —lltf APARTMENT. Ros e Manor, Phone BR 6-3622. -3tf II— Real Estate PLUMBING and general repair, j remodeling and cleaning out j sewer lines. C. W. Brecheisen; BR 6-7715 or 6-3874. _27tf 3—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: Channel Master Transistor 6 at Hospitality House. Reward. BR 6-3578, 1612 N. 6th. —17 LOST: Black male Pekingese. City dog tag No 179. Child's pet. BR 6-7874. —19 GARRISON AUTO SERVICE • Major Overhauls • Automatic Transmissions • Blocks Bored • Brake Service LLOYD T. GARRISON Complete Automotive Service 2302 N. Main BR 6-3642 217-H FINNEY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and new construction. Power sewer machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. BR 6-3312. —20tf 4—Personal Services IMPORTED CHINESE oriental rug, pastel colors, lUi'xS'-i'. $300. Cnll BR 6-8132. —17 ' phone. DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Dennis Atherton at 805 E. Chestnut | nt your, convenience. No Telo- —17pd HOT WEATHER SPECIALS TOP soil for yards, detivere.. Dial BR 6-3771. Smith San 1 Company. —3l-» HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 7-TF FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 bedroom home, IVa baths, wood•burning fireplace, fenced yard. One and half blocks from Alia Brown School. 417 Davis shown by appointment. Call BR 6-3318 or BR 6-4592. —20 $•• thii beautiful yard and 'home. Two bodroom carpeted, attached garage and trimmings. $13,500. New 3 bedroom with half baie- m»nt. Northeast. $14,500. Two bedroom, carpeted with full basement. Wonderful school location. Owner must sell $13,500. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 2II-TF 2 bedroom older home but nice, close in on 9th St. Owner leaving town. j 3 bedroom part basement, fireplace, family room and double ga- icige. Northeast. Three bedroom air conditioned with family room, carpeted. Northeast. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 CONRARDY PLUMBING Jerome J. Conrardy • Sewer Cleaning • Service Work • Contracting on new construction i remodeling. Call BR 6-6751 AL . WOODS Real Estate Mgr. MO W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 $15,950 3-tedroom brielc. Full basement, partly finished. Attached garage. Only I year old. Choice northeast location. 10% downl 217-H July Clearance ON ALL USED FURNITURE! • Divans from $5 • Occasional Chairs • Baby Beds • Play Pens • Strollers • Lamps • Kitchen Ranges • Washers • Dryers All used merchandise clean and ready to go. Shop now through July 31st for the best used furniture at the most reasonable prices in Southwest Kansas. JOHN'S FURNITURE 212 S. Mam Pho. BR 6-5281 2I4-4T-H VERY GOOD Leonard refrigerator. $75. BR 6-6809. — 18pd SELLING OUT a number of used Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum cleaner Company. Two blocks east of Bowling Alley. —17 "MUST sacrifice beautiful walnut Kimball piano, less than one year old, new guarantee, save $411.41, terms available". Write to Ross Graham, 424 N. Kansas, Liberal, Kansas. —18 FOR SALE: Upright piano, cheap. BR 6-3147. —19pd 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE: Extra good Cadil- alc. 1402 N. 3rd. BR 6-6719 —18tf 1958 OLDSMOBILE, super 88, full power. Call BR 6-3830. -6tf 19.55 MERCURY in good condi tion. Financing available. Call BR 6-5730. —lltf NEW HOME. $895 Down. $89.52 Month. 6 closets, birch kitchen, ceramic bath. Carpet, drapes. Full basement semi-finished. Attached garage. Merlin Smith, 1G02 N. 9th. BR G-488G. —17 FOR SALE: 1960 Corvair Club Coupe, automatic transmission, radio and heater. Todd Vincent, Lakin. EL 5-7391. —17pd lla _Mobile Homes YOUR COPY of HOW is in the mail. For additional information call Cul'breath Plumbing. BR 6-7870. —itf 7—Help Wanted 1961 DETROITER 10'x55'. Excellent condition. Call BR G-319G. -20pd CERAMIC TILE For Average Bath Includes: 90 ft. American Tile 2 gallons Mastic 50 pieces Cap Instructions FOR ONLY $OO50 88 $9 a month ARMSTRONG CORLON For Average Kitchen GLAZIER WANTED, top wages, must be experienced mirrowall and metal man. No lay off's. Call' Tom's Glass Service, Alamnsa, Colorado. 589-29.V7. - '"I MALE part time, evenings Five| Points Drive In. —13 , BOOKKEEPER, also saleslady Apply in person, F. W. Wool- worn Co. —is I 8—Situations Wanted SAVE AT ULYSSES! See the largest mobile home built to be pulled by one truck. The Leisurama 24' x 54' ... folds down to 10' x 54'. Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, KJ. FL 6-1414 202-TF FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air fordor Wheat Lands Motel. —IGtf FOR SALE: 1946 Ford with front end manure scoop, good. BR G-5012. —18 1958 FORD HARDTOP Convertible and 1959 Custom 300. Good condition. 310 Washington St. N. Apartment. —19pd LfcGALS 12—Formers Wonrs & Serv. CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. -29tf CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene Mason, Deertield, 426-7121. —3tf WANTED: Year around farm job. 12 years experience with machinery and stock. Married. Write to I). C. Lcmaster, Paxico, Kansas or call G3G-8511 —17 WANTED: Carpenter work or remodeling. BR 6-7212. A.K. Box- 1 ler, 50G 13tli St. . — 18pd I FOR SALE: Three trucks, two bale loaders and one pickup. Eugene Mason, Deerfield, Ks. 22 H—Want to Buy WANTED: Good used 26" girl's bicycle. BR G-5334. —19 GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST Includes: Corlon for 12' x 10' 1 gallon Paste 2 Door Metals FOR ONLY 43 $5 a month RENT ARMSTRONG COUNTER TOP For 12' Counter Top Option to Buy $300 option payment for 6 months, , $115 ptr mo. rent. Owner of this* lovely 4 bdrm, 2 bath horn* with finished bsmt, leaving town. Call i pronto and pick up this bargain. BUV or Sf II THROUGH » Estate BR p-4731— Ev». BR 6-31 17 Includes: 12 ft. 45" wide Corlon 12 ft. Roll Edge 12 ft. Cove Stick I quart Paste FOR ONLY $ 38 $4 a month Garnand's VVINDSOR HOTEL BLDG. 2I5-3T-H JUST REDUCED 3 Bedroom, detached garage, aluminum storm windows. Near junior high. Was $12,000.00—Now $10,800.00 , 3 Bedroom, attached garage, very clean throughout. Wa» $14,000.00—Now $13,600.00 1 Bedroom, detached garage, large yard. Was $9.250.00—Now $8,500.00 10*. Down Will Handle Atherton Stallsworth j Agency 1011 E. Fulto. IR 6-5262 Gl Loan Available 3 BR home, 1} baths. Attached ga rage. Good lacation. Excellent con dition. Immediate possession. $9,000 Nice 2 BR home with detached garage. Good siie lot that is wall landscaped. Good financing available. DON T ALLEY, Realtor 419 N 8th Phone ER 6-5730 BR 6-7375 BR 6-797S ! (Published in the Garden City I Telegram. July 17. 24, and 31st I I9i>:i.) IN TJIK PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS In The Matter of the Estate of (.iWOiUJE A. FOX, deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR No. 3906 j To the creditors, heir*, devisees and legatees nf George A. i''ox, deceased, und all olh'.-rs concerned. You are hereby notified that on the 17th dny of July, 1962. letters of administration were granted the undersigned by th« Probate Court of Finney County, Kansas, to administer the estate of George A. Fox, deceased, late of said County a:id State, and tlie undersigned d u 1 y qualified as .s;i»l ndministrator on 1 the 17th day of July, 19G2. You are 1 further notified thai all creditors of j said deceased must exhibit their de- I mauds against the estate within nine j (91 months after this notice is firat ! published as provided liy law. ATU! if sur'i demands are not thus exhibits! thev shall be forever barred. Dated July I7t1i. 19GH. /«/ Harrison Smith Administrator of the Estate of George. A. Fox, deceased. The Garden City July 17. 24. and .11. 1963.') i IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS ! TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE i . ! OF BKNNIK BELL, d,-,-.->a.=ed I .NOTICE OF IlKARTNV: PETITION; 1 FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT i NO 3919 I . The State of Kansas to all rvrsons ' I You are hereby notified that a ! ; uf-tition has been filed in said court j i by Chx=. K. Staley, as ndinlnistr.itor j of the ertate of Bennie Bell, dereas- I • ed. praylns for a final settlement of ! said estate, for the eettU-ment and i allowance of his account as adrnini- MEMBERS Ath.rtpn-Stallsworth Campbell Abstract Thomas Graves, Aucrior*er-Realtor La* Kisner and Son Don Tallev RealtorT Jesse Scott Realtors Save thru th« Multi-List Exchange! ot sa id court adiud^ing who are tlie l.elrs, devisees and legatees of the ; decedent, for the assignment of the 1 assets of said estate b>- tiecree of ! said court to those entitled thereto, and for all other propev relief: and you are hert-by reouire.l to file vour written defense? thereto on or : before the 8th day of August 19ii:!, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day in I said court ill the City of Garden I Citv, in said Cnu:itv and State, at w'''oh time ami place said cause | will lie heard. FViou'.d you fiil here. \ in, judgment and decree will lie en- 1 'er>>d in due course upon said peti- 1 tion. CHAS K. STALEY Administrator ! FLEMING. FLEMING, i VANOE j Attorneys for eai.l administrator i Published in the Garden City TV'.earran! July 17. 24. ar.d 31.«t iPn.'i') IN THE PROB\TK COl'RT OF FINNEY COUNTY KANSAS In Tii» Mntt'-n of tl'e Estate of ADA B!I I.TN'GS tlwa.-.'ii NOTH'E OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR CASE NO. ;)9-79 To th- creditors heirs. devi,ee.« and 1-trate-s of »da Billings, and a!l others concerned You are hereby nolifif-d that on the 4!h day of March. 1963. letters of administration wen? grantee, the undersigned by the Probate Court of f»oqe 10 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, July 17, 1963 Today in History "IfoiigWay' Corrigan Flies By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, .July 17, the 118th day of 1963. There are 167 days left in the year. Today'shiyhlight in history: On this date in 1938, flier Douglas Corrigan took off from New York's Floyd Bennett Field, ostensibly on a flight to California. He wound up at the Dublin Air- j port in Ireland — landing with neither permit nor passport. For his unusual feat, he became known as "wrong way" Corrigan. On this date: In 1429, Charles VI was crowned King of France. In 1754, eight students attended the first session of King's College in New York City—and now- known as Columbia University. In 1861, Congress authorized purchase of the first paper money by the U.S. government but the money did not become legal tender until the following year. In 1940, the Democratic Convention nominated President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for a third term. In 1945, President Truman, British Prime Minister Churchill, and Premier Josef" Stalin of Russia, began their conference at Potsdam. Ten years ago forty-two men were killed when a Marine transport plane carrying ROTC students crashed in flames near Milton, Fla. Five years ago — The United States and Britain ruled out intervention in Iraq so long as their oil interests in that Middle Eastern country wer e not threatened. One year ago—U.S. Air Force Major Robert White piloted the X-15 rocket plane to an altitude of nearly 59 miles. Naval Officials Cited in Probe WASHINGTON (AP)—Navy officials have been accused of using an outdated performance chart as evidence in a Senate committee investigation of the TFX war-plane contract. Secretary of the Navy Fred Korth and Assistant Secretary James H. Wakelin used the charts Friday to compare rival designs proposed by the General Dynamics Corp .of Fort Worth, Tex., and the Boeing Co. of Seattle. It purported to show the General Dynamics design promised several points of superiority in aerial maneuvers. Chairman John L. MeClellan, D-Ark., of the Senate Investigating Subcommittee said the chart g'ave a distorted picture of the promised performance of the Boeing plane. Testimony released Tuesday showed MeClellan produced a letter at Monday's hearing signed by Rear Adm. K. S. Masterson, chief of the Bureau of Naval Weapons. The letter, dated last Tuesday, advised Wakelin that listed points of superiority for the General Dynamics design "were invalidated" by changes the Boeing Co. had offered to make in its version. When questioned by MeClellan why they had not produced this letter along with the chart, Korth and Wakelin said it had been an inadvertent slipup. Korth said the later information was received too late to be considered fairly in making a contract award. 'Stolen' Car Returned After Getting Tune-up HUTCHINSQN, Kan. (AP)—The police headquarters telephone rang, and the caller asked: "This is a repair garage. Has anyone reported a stolen car yet'" The desk sergeant replied carefully there had been no such report. "Thank goodness," said the relieved voice. "Now I have to get it back before the owner comes out and can't find it." The garage had taken the wrong car from a nearby parking lot and tuned it up instead of another like it. Back went the wrong car, in bet'.ei shape than before, with the owner none the wiser of his good foi'lujie. Lnless he reads this. HOMES FOR AMERICANS The Los Angeles Angels won 16 more games in 1962 than in 1961, their first campaign in the American League, in 1962 they were 86-76 as compared with 7091 in 1961. LEGAL5 BEDROOM !3'-5* 13-1" MASTER BEDROOi ...CH HALL BEDROOM 11'-5" 10-1* DECK BEDROOM 13'- II" 9 P -0' HK300f SECOND FLOOR PLAN 48'6' FIRST FLOOR PLAN PLEASING EXTERIOR o( HA300P, with its use of natural stona. and wood, is a variation of traditional farmhouse styling tha. ~ill never grow old. Nine rooms have been comfortably designed into a ; basic ground cover of only 1,OS6 square feet; the'suggested plot it'' 65 by 85 for e one-car garage or 75 by 85 for a two-car garage I/s« i of a folding table or built-in bar in the targe dinette would : ;e» this room for a children's play area. The TV room also could b» used as a play room, study, private office or fifth bedroom. Out* side, the rear porch can be screened and the master sun deck i« shielded from the street by the half gable of tho garage. Architect is Samuel Paul, 89-30 161 St.. Jamaica, N.Y. FOR EXPERT SERVICE see ALBERT BURNS with 15 yean of automotive mechanics and air conditioner servicing experience at ... ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER • INTERNATIONAL MUFFLERS and TAILPIPES for all cars. 614 N. 8th BR 6-7281 CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer 22 2V 33 3? 44- 4-9 59 23 45 24 4-10 18 38 4-1 34 50 bo 28 4-7 to 25 39 42. 20 29 35 4-8 'ita 43 ai 52 58 •5 14 i? 3o 53 IO 31 64- 32. 55 Finney I'ounty. Kansas, to administrator the estate of Ada Billitigs. .itr-'a.>'Xj, late of said county and state and Hi* undesigned duly qualified as said administrator 03 the •Hn day of March, 1963. " You are further notified that all 1 creditors of said deceased must exhibit thtir U.-marjds ai,' the estate within nine (9) months afur ihU is first published aj provided by law. And if auc.i demands are not thus exhibited they oha!! be forever barred. Dated July 17. 1963 ,tj • Harrison Smith Administrator of th« Estate j el Ada £illng«. deceased, j HORIZONTAL 1. nobleman 5. closed hand 9. mllkfish 12. genus of cetaceans 13. to (poetic) 14. any split pulse 15. college official 18. garner 17. cyprinoid fish 18. pikelike fish 20. African fly 22. superficial 26. symbol for iridium 27. a cavity 28. marriages 23. fuilal 34. symbol for selenium 35. Electrical Engineer (abbr.) 36. house wing 37. protected 40. scope 41. symbol for tantalum 42. dropping down 44. Mexican blanket 48. spindle for thread 49. Australian bird 50. small plot of ground 52. easy gait 56. pen point 57. being 58. equal 59. attempt 60. peruse 61. grit VERTICAL 1. cover 2. undivided 3. narrow inlet 4. to swing 5. wrinkled 6. feminine suffix 7. statute (abbr.) 8. nautical term 9. mine entrance 10. small masses 11. to the sheltered side Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 1-17 19. symbol for aluminum 21. Assam silkworm 22: outbuilding 23. expectant desire .24. Arabian letter 25. plural pronoun 29. subtracted 30. St. Philip 31. secluded valley 32. metallic dross 34. edible fish 38. Greek letter 39. editor (abbr.) 40. pomes 43. Missouri (abb'r.) 44. dispatched 45. Arabian chieftain 46. precious gem 47. otherwise 51. king of AIM**-* U»e el eol»Uo« : M ml»tc*. (g isea, King Feature* Synd., loc.) 53. eggs 54. female •wan 55. conclude CRYPTOQlfiro JWT JHMTQUWMX U WK K Q. HJQXO UWX. TectenUy's Crygtoqulp: PURPLS PE7TUNLA.S STEJL $DGB WJ6H

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