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Helping Those in Need Salvation Army's Goal lot* in tVtn Bnntnn llnnnirl • «• Jl-.l _l..^l _ I . . - ' Garden City Telegram Friday, November 11, 1977 Page 13 Legate (This is another in the series on agencies served by Finney County United Way. The United Way goal this year is $88,450, of which $4,000 will go lo the Salvation Army.) Finney County United Way funds will help the Salvation Army continue its work of helping people in need. The organization's services range from providing those in need with food and shelter to sitting in a hospital waiting room with a stranger. Dave 'Crabb, Garden City businessman, treasurer and administrator of the Garden City Salvation Army Center, said the organization works in cooperation with churches, welfare departments, the police department and the sheriff's offices to provide those services. Besides helping people financially, Crabb said, the organization makes an effort lo restore their dignity and encourage them when they are down and out. This work is done within the county by unpaid individuals, he said. "The work. . . is supported only with donations from individuals or through the United Way and the help of the almighty God," Crabb said. Requests for help usually come from contact through the police department, churches and ministers, and Salvation Army representatives, Crabb said. The number of people assisted by the Salvation Army has risen since July from 600 a year to about 135 a month, Crabb said. He said those people were mostly from high unemployment areas-and were attracted to Garden City by the promise of finding work in a growing city. "They hear of the activity in Garden City and come here seeking work," Crabb said. "They have spent all of their money getting here and have no one to turn to for help in their emergency. "The welfare agencies do all they can to help these people, and they do a pretty good job. But they are bound with certain regulations they must follow. Organizations such as the Catholic Social Service and the Salvation Army fill in the gaps so that people will not go hungry or be out in the cold." The Salvation Army has expanded its services to 79 countries since its beginnings in the slums of London in 1865. It preaches the gospel in 106 languages and maintains 19,211 religious charitable centers and 28 training schools for Salvation Army officers. The Garden City center is one of 9,350 in the United Slates. The organizations include 5,148 officers and more than 17,000 full-time employees. Other centers number 1,032 and include clinics, general hospitals, childrens homes, skid row centers, senior citizens * * * homes, emergency lodges, services in correctional in- slilulions and missing persons bureaus. Over 241,000 business and professional persons serve in Salvation Army associations, auxiliaries, committees and advisory councils. Members of the advisory council in Garden City are Fred Brooks, Oliver Ebbesson, James R. United Way Honor Roll S|WCl*IGtn« ISM And Above Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Heavy drinker 4 Rep. party 7 Army meal 11 Silvery fish 13 Brazilian tree 14 Sharpen 15 Private eye Wolfe 16 Start for kin or by 17 — -Stanley mountain range 18 Small drink 20 Halt 22 Maxim 24 Seem 28 English poet laureate 32 Meet needs 33 Wine: comb, form 34 Large 36 Expired 37 Flower 39 Guests 41 Obese ones 43 Merry in Marseille 44 — scaloppine 46 Tennis star Chris 50 Seaweed product 53 Most of maple 55 Needle case 56 Theater area 57 Eggs 58 Demolish 59 Stocking parts 60 River in Switzerland 61 Headed DOWN IPartofS.A.R. 2 —Door Policy 3 Tropical plant 4 Chatter 5 Musical work 6 Fettucini, for one 7 Appetizer 8 "— now, brown cow?" 9 Single thing 10 Skin tumor 12 Appetizers 19 Child's game Avg. solution time: 25 mln. . .. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 21 Wife of Saturn 23 Network 25 One of five 26 Affirm 27 Cincinnati team 28 Tropical snakes 29 Respite 30 "- each life some rain..." 31 Thus (L.) 35 Joke 38 Abbr. on a map 40 New Guinea seaport 42 Navigators Islands, formerly 45 Scoria 47 Latin abbr. 48 Trick 49 Bound 50 High tone 51 Sticky stuff 52 Ending for aver or lever 54 Established V value'-" Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Fidelity State Bank Garden City Telegram Lewis, Hooper and Dick Brookover Feed Yards, Inc. The Garden City Company W. L. Hartman Henkle Drilling* Supply Burlis Motor Company Garden National Bank Security Savings and Loan Farmland Foods, Inc. Dental Associates, Chartered Dart In Superettes Garden City Co-op Emil G. Barben 50 59 20 25 31 5T 60 24 39 45 35" 61 CRYPTOQUIP 10-11 BHXTJYXB WQHJBH WSBYQSRT DYHRB YD EWBB ERTJW Yesterday's Cryptoquip— FRESHMAN SUFFERS FROM SOUND OF CHALK ON BLACKBOARD. © 1977 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Today's Cryptoquip clue: J equals I The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. Honor Koll |IM(o|SM KIUL Leopold Clinic Mr. and Mrs. John Burnside Mrs. and Mrs. J. Wayne Chambers Financial Planners Wheatland Motor Inn Best Western Motor Inn Masonry Products Cash and Carry Lumber H. M.Wiley, M.D. R. W. Lange Mr. and Mrs. W.W.Weils Keller-Leopold Ins. Myers Milk Products Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Strackeljohn Unger's Healing and Air Conditioning LucileW. Graves Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hombaker Violet K Tale J.T.Lear Eastside Iron Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Elliott Mrs. R. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Funk Lester McCoy Machine Supply Mr. and Mrs. Albert Horton Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Hall Stallsworth-Elson Coast to Coast Stores The Prescription Shop Fleming, Haag, Hope, Mills and Bolin Kemper Auto Electric George Purnell. Inc. Master Feeders II, Inc. Campbell Abstract and Insurance Lee Construction, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Richard L, Slone Garden City Western Railway Co. Garden Bowl Christensen Grain Inc. Mrs. Ralph H. Miller C. R. Anthony Reeve I'altle Company George Tale American Implemenl Mr. and Mrs. Uuune Kosler Mr and Mrs Urban HCI-IHT Nalvway Slore A Lucille Gish 1). V. Douglas. Rooting Contractor Western Slit-He Aulomahon Western Motor Co.. Inc. Mr. and Mrs. A, & Cook Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Cross The Finnup Land Company Perkins and Company. Inc Garst & Thomas Hf bnd Corn Mr. and Mrs. Kosroc Waldurl American LegionPosl No.« Palmer Jewelry Stare Talro Plumbing Co Ben Isaac Blanchard. Vanderwridr 4 Killmoro Scoll Realtors Miller InsurjncT* Heal Estate D. Hex Ladner Retail Liquor Boolerie. Inc .laL.Haflich Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Saflell Calihan. (Jreen. Calihan & l.oyd Soulhwesl Carpet. Inc. Fairbairn, Weiss, Swords 4 Smith llaL.Haflich Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Saffell Calihan, Green, Calihan and Loyd Southwest Carpet, Inc. Western State Bank J.W.Turner, M.D. Dr. J. William Clement Triangle H Grain & Cattle Co. R.W Blackfordlns. Garden City Production Credit R. N. Downie Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Ware Sears, Roebuck and Co. P. L. Dale & Son, Contractor Todays Savings and Loan Coca-Cola Bottling Co. JounO. Austin, M.D. Wheatland Electric Cooperative Peoples Natural Gas Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Heard Team Electronics. Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chappel Corky and Smith, Chartered Ready-Mix Concrete Steak Pit, Inc. Dillon Stores . George H. Hunt . Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Brown Wells-Robinson Furniture Clyde Mercer, Inc. Collins Furniture & Appliance George L. Meeker Mr.andMre.DuaneWest Schreiber Motors Michael P. Harris, D.D.S. Braun and Nyswonger, Chartered Ray Mayo's Men's Wear Plaia West, Inc. Weben Town Shop Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Long DeWitt Craft . Martha Sherman Garnand Funeral Chapel Farr Better Feeds Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wells Circle K Auto Parts, Inc. Fansler Tires, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Heineman Meschkes Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Jarmer ' Peerless Plastics, Inc. Carol and Ralph Martin Louie Matwe Golden Plains Credit Union Santa Fe Railway Foundation Plaza Medical Center. Inc. J.I'. Penney Northern Natural Gas U&L Electric Co Dr and Mrs. Max K. Tea re Northern Pump Company Hardesty, Batz and Clinkenbeard Garden City Farm Center Lansdon, Bimey and Co. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wells J. R. Wright Ruby M.Kauff man C. L. Studley E. R. Jenkins, M.D. Dan McKenna Kiwanis Club of Harden City Standard Supply Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Van Doren Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Drew Renick Drugs No. 1 Mrs. Bryant Garnand George W. Armantrout Kay Thompson Patricia Brumley Colwell, John Dickerson and the Rev. Paul Bryant. Art Therapy To Be Topic EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) — Emporia Slate University and the Kansas Art Therapy Association will sponsor an art Iherapy symposium in Emporia Nov. 18-19. Sue Anne Eslinger, director of (he visual arts at the Alan Short Center for the Handicapped, Stockton, Calif., will be the featured speaker. Other speakers will include Charles Anderson and Robert Aull, from the Menninger Foundation, Topeka; Robin Forslein, from Topeka State Hospital; Shirley Hurt, from Ihe department of art, Emporia Slate University; Kay Martinez, Parsons State Hospital and Training Cenler, and JoEl Vogl, MidContinent Psychiatric Hospital, Olathe. Legals (Published in the Garden City Telegram, November 11, 18, and 25, 1977.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS PROBATE DIVISION In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN H. EARLY, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 77-0-104 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED YOU ARE HEREBY notified that on November 9,1977, a Petition was filed in this Court by Doris M. Campbell. A devisee and legatee, and Executrix named in the Last Will and Testament of John H. Early dated August 25, 1970, praying that said Last Will and Testament be admitted to probate and record as the Last Will and Testament of said decedent; and that Letters Testamentary under the Kansas Simplified Estates Act be issued to her to serve as such without bond. YOU ARE FURTHER advised that under the provisions of the Kansas Simplified Estates Act the Court need not supervise administration of the estate, and no notice of any action of the Executrix or other proceedings in the administration will be given, except for notice of final settlement of decedent's estate. YOU ARE FURTHER advised that if within objections to simplified administration are filed with the Court, the Court may order supervised administration. YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 15 day of Dec., 1977, at 10:30 o'clock A.M. of said day in said Court the city of Garden City, in Finney County, Kansas, at which time and place said course will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within six months from date of first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Doris M.Campbell Petitioner Gregory Schaller Box 856 Garden city, Kansas Attorney for Petitioner (805) legate ministration of the estate be closed; that the Executrix be discharged and that she and the surety on her bond be released from further liability. You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day of November, 1977, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day in said Court, in the City of Garden City, in Finney County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. LENA MORTON, Executrix JOHN D. OSBORN of Calihan, Green, Calihan & Loyd 212 West Pine Street P.O. Box 1016 Garden City, KS 67846 Phone: 316-276-2381 Attorneys for Executrix (790) (First Published in the Garden City Telegram Oct. 28, 1977; last published Nov. 11.1977) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estale of J. J. THOMAS, a-k-a John J. Thomas, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 5531 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in this Court by Lena Horton, duly appointed, qualified and acting Executrix of the Estate of J. J. Thomas, a-k-a John J. Thomas, deceased, praying that her acls be approved; that her accounts be settled and • allowed, that the Will be construed and the estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; that fees and expenses be allowed; that the costs be determined and ordered paid; that the ad- (First published in the Garden City Telegram on Friday, Nov. 11, 1977: last published on Friday, Nov. 25, 1977.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS CAROL ANN WALKER, Plaintiff RONALD LEE WALKER, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. 77-D-174 THE STATE OF KANSAS. TO: RONALD LEE WALKER, and all other persons who are or may be concerned : You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in the District Court of Finney County. Kansas, by Carol Ann Walker praying for absolute decree of divorce, and you are hereby required to plead to said Petition on or before December 26. 1977, at said Court at Garden City, Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. CAROL ANN WALKER Plaintiff JERRY L. SOLDNER CALIHAN. GREEN, CALIHAN & LOYD 212 West Pine Street P.O. Box 1016 Garden City, Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Plaintiff (803) LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "TALISMEN" 9:00 to 1:00 OPEN SUNDAYS NOW THRU CHRISTMAS 1:00 P.M. TO 5:00 P.M. OPEN SUNDAYS NOW THRU CHRISTMAS 1:00 P.M. TO 5:00 P.M. fhe Christmas Place SHOP SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FOR THESE AND MANY MORE HOLIDAY BARGAINS Salute to an Educator Carol Wade Carol Wade tea.ches 5th grade at Buffalo Jones Elementary School. She has taught 5th grade at Jones for 16 years. She is a life member of KNEA. Carol holds a B.S. degree in Education from Fort Hays State. She also has credit hours from Western Illinois University, Mankato State University, University of California at Long Beach and Pittsburg State College. Carol previously taught at Sylvan grove, Bucklin, Sublette, and Lamed, Kansas, also at Torrance, California. Carol is a member of the Christian Church. Carol's hobbies are reading, needle point and traveling. Carol has traveled throughout most of the United States and traveled abroad in Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, England, Scotland, USSR, Hungary, Switzerland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, West Germany, Lieckenstein, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Morocco, and Chzechoslovakia. Carol's educational philosophy: To educate each student to his potential so he will be a useful and happy member of society., ^^ SPONSORED BY 1401 E. Kansas Garden City, Kansas MISSES PRE-HOLIDAY ROBE SALE Choose from a wide selection of styles and colors. All in wanted fabrics. Now is the time to buy that holiday gift robe. SPECIAL BOYS FOOTBALL JERSEYS Three-quarter sleeve pullover of polyester and cotton. Printed numerals on front, back, and sleeves, Sizes 6 to 16. 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