Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 20, 1963 · Page 13
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 13

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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5—Business Services ROTO-TILLER work. Lawn planting. Mowing lawns. Hedge trimming. Fred Salinas Yard Service. BR 6-7500. —20 STAY COOL in mid-summer heat! Free estimates on installation of rock wool insulation. Call us today , .. DOUGLASS ROOFING BO I N. I Oth BR 6-5391 220-H TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. —SlfJ DON'T BE BOTHERED WITH SEWER ROOTS! Let Johnson Plumbing Replace That Old Lin* With A Root Proof Orangeburg Line. As Low As $1.10 Per Foot City Permit and Inspection Included CALL BR 6-3084 217-tf PLUMBING and general repair, remodeling and cleaning out sewer lines. C. W. Brecheisen; BR 6-7715 or 6-3874. —27tt YOUR COPY of HOW is in the mail. For additional information call Culbreath Plumbing. BR 6-7870. . —Itf CAR WON'T START? Quint's Automotive, 8th and Fulton, BR 6-5332. —20 IZZY VILLARREAL linoleum and carpet service. Buy elsewhere. 411 Washington. —H-19pd CONRARDY PLUMBING Jerome J. Conrardy • Sewer Cleaning • Service Work • Contracting on new con- itruction & remodeling. Call BR 6-6751 2l9-2t-H 7—Help Wanted WANTED — Dishwasher. Apply in person, Coffee Ann. —22 WANTED: Office girl, house ware department head, hosiery and art goods department head. Apply in person. F. W. . Wool worth and Co. —23 8—Situations Wanted DRESSMAKING, women's and children's; alterations. 404 Magnolia. —20pd WANTED: Year around farm job. 12 years experience with machinery and stock. Married. Write to D. C. Lemaster, Paxico, Kansas or call 636-8511. —20 9—For Rent FOR RENT — Apartment, beau tifuJy furnished, buffet style, See it. Reasonably priced. War ren Hotel, BR 6-3221. —21tf THREE BEDROOM furnished home With garage, $90. BR 64381. _17tf AIR CONDITIONED apartment, nicely furnished, newly decorated, bills paid, couple or one adult. BR 6-3583. —6tf THREE ROOM upstairs apart ment for one or two adults Close in. BR 6-6429. 908 N. 8th -20 APARTMENT. Ros e Manor Phone BR 6-3622. —3tf APARTMENT, furnished, two beds, close in, cool, roomy, utilities. BR 6-6911. —25 FURNISHED APARTMENT. $45 per month. Utilities paid, air conditioned. Phone BR 6-3153 or BA 6-8080. _20U 9—For Rent SIX ROOM house, furnished. 1012 12th St., day or eveninvs. —20pd TWO BEDROOM house. Available August 1. BR 6-8120. —24 SHOP OR storage building, small house, apartments. BR 61001. —20 SLEEPING room, 501 N. 9th, BR 6-6911. —25 11—Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 7-TP THREE BEDROOM, MI carpet, aluminum storm doors and windows. Forced air heat, large garage. Call 426-8671, Deerfield, Ks. —22 ON PAT'S DRIVE Three bedroom, living room, dining room carpeted. Kitchen, electric stove and oven. Birch cabinets. Family room and attached garage. Forced air heat, completely air conditioned. 11 baths. Beautiful lawn and landscaping. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY Phone 6-6712 113 East Laurel 220-4t ALMOST NEW brick home. Gar- a'ge, three bedrooms, two tiled bathrooms, central air conditioning, partially finished full basement and many other extras. High school and grade school location. Call BR 6-5244. —21 AL WOODS Real Estate Mgi. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 4-bedroom. Air conditioned. Doubla garage. Catholic school locaton. $14.750. 3-bedroom. Weit iid». Family jtyle kitchen. $8,250. New 3-bedroom briclc. Basement. Double attached garage. l£ baths. $17,500 2-bedroom. Corner lot. New paint intide. $9,500 3-bedroom brick. Basement. Attached garage. All school location. $15,950. New 3-bedroom Choice location. brick. } baths. $17.500. East side 2-bedroom, Full finished basement. Garage. Nice! $12,950. 3-bedroom. Modernstic design. Close to schools. $13,600. 2-bedroom. Excellent buy for rental. Close in. $6,500 New 3-bedroom "Holiday Stone." Basement. Attached garage. Carpeted. $18,000 220-H THREE BEDROOM house, low monthfy payments, aluminum storms, fenced yard. George McCarthy, 410 Davis, BR 6-7864. FOR SALE — Two bedroom house on North Main, close to schools. Call BR 6-3954. —23 NEW HOME. $895 Down. $89.52 Month. 6 closets, birch kitchen, ceramic bath. Carpet, drapes. Full basement semi-finished. Attached garage. Merlin Smith, 1602 N. 9th. BR 6-4886. —20 Ho—Mobile Homes 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, Ks. FL 6-1414 202-TF 119—Mobile Homes HOME SALES See Our Complete Line ol VACATION TRAILERS SCOTTY'S HOLIDAY'S 25ft.-23ft. - 18ft.- 17ft.- I3f*. At 12th and Kansas Garden City, Ks. Phone BR 6-4811 21«.2t-H 1961 DETROITER 10'x55'. Excellent condition. Call BR 6-3196. —20pd lib—Farms, Land, Ranches LAND 257 acres, 3-bedroom modorn house, granary, chicken house, corrals, trench silo. Fallout seller. On 50 Highway close to schools. TOMMY GRAVES Auctioneer-Realtor 1209 Jones — 5 Pointi Garden City, Kansas Bus. BR 6-7141 Eve. BR 6-4247 2l9-2t 12—Partners Wants & Serv. CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29U CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugone Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. —3tf FOR SALE: Three trucks, two bale loaders and one pickup. Eugene Mason, Deerfield, Ks. —22 FOR SALE: 194€ Ford tractor with front end manure scoop, good $475. BR 6-5012. —22 CUSTOM BALING and mowing. BR 6-7291 daytime, BR 6-5290 evenings. —18tf FOR SALE — 1V4 H.P., 3 P.H. G.E. motor; 3 H. engine; 2 heavy duty truck tow hooks; 8 ft. steel posts; IW-VA" pipe; 14" ladder. 2003 A, —20 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry HUMANE SOCIETY has Toy Collie; wolfhound; Shepherd collie; terriers and part Cocker puppies. Also kittens. —20pd TWO YEARLING calves for sale and one Wisconsin dairy heif- ei. Call BR 6-6551. —25 HAMPSHIRE feeder pigs for sale. Walter Rundell Fierce- ville, Ks. EDgewnter, 5-2331. —22pd FOR SALE — Shetland ponies. Call 881W2, Scott City, Ks. —24 20—Autos and Trucks 1953 CADILLAC Flcetwood,' $150 as is. Extra motor to be in stalled. BR 6-5071. —25 FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air fordor Wheat Lands Motel. —IGtf 1958 OLDSMOBILE, super 88, full power. Call BR G-3830 -6tf 1954 SKYLARK Buiek convertible, original chrome wire wheels, now top, mats, and paint, very rare little ear, $600. Phone BR 6-7710 evenings. —20 18—Household Needs APARTMENT SIZED electric range, $20, Phone BR 6-7341 or BR 6-5236. _2l FOR SALE — Ironrite ironer with light and matching ehair, used very little, priced right. Terms to responsible party. HR 6-53U6. ~24 18—Household N**ds Laughlin f/ec/r/c's Used Appliance Center at Five Points in Garden City Phone BR 6-4152 or BR 6-3911 We BUY and SELL USED APPLIANCES Used TV SPECIALS: Console and Portable Models 21" Table Model ZENITH 89.9S 21" Console HOTPOINT 89.9B Combination TV, Radio, Record Player ADMIRAL, was 79.95 now $35 Console SYLVANIA 69.95 Portable HOFFMAN 79.95 2-Like New KITCHEN CABINETS ea. 29.95 •40", 6 Burner RANGE 79.95 24" Gas STOVE (real good) .. 69.95 20" Gas STOVE 59.95 Hotpoint (no v«nt necessary) WASHER-DRYER set 139.95 Firestone REFRIGERATOR good 79.95 Leonard REFRIGERATOR good 49.95 Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR good . . 49.95 NEW 30 Gallon Reem HOTWATER HEATER 49.95 40 Gallon Reem HOTWATER HEATER 59.95 Open All Day Thurs., Fri., Sat. Laughlin Electric Pago U City Telegram Saturday, July 20. 1963 (Ilia Certain Of Presidency HUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP)—Dr. Arturo Illin, hi>fh mnn in the July 7 elections, appears certain of enough electoral college voles to elect him president ot Argentina. t IlHa's Peoples Radical party received about 25 per cent of tlio popular vote. But tiho 160 scats his party won in the electoral col- logo fell 70 short of tho half-plus one majority needed to make him president. The 470-seat cologo will meet July 31 to elect a president. Tho country doctor from Cordoba Province has been conduct- Ing some horse trading with other parties for the additional necessary votes. Ho seems assured of 73. His candidacy hits met with no substantial opposition from nny of the other 22 parties. Deposed President Arturo Fron- dixi's Intransigent Radical party which won 109 electoral college * votes, has split. One f net ion off oral to back II- Ha if he dropped lil s running mntc, Carlos Perctto, and accepted an intransigent as vlco president, illia icji-ctcd the p-o- posnl The other facti-m and formnr provisional President Pedro K. Arnmburu's two-parly coalition have remained " ' 214 N. Main BR 6-4152 2l8-3t 21—Business Opportunities GROCERY STORE and market in good neighborhood doing good business. Can be seen 1008 East Spruce St. Garden City, Kans., BR 6-8052. —20pd Van and storage business with approximately 6,000 sq. ft. warehouse, office and equipment. 573 feet railroad track frontage. Bed high loading docks, will handle largest of tractor end trailers. Plenty of parking area. Five trucks, everything used in business goes. Land and all. Cell nowl TOMMY GRAVES Auctioneer-Realtor 1209 Jones — 5 Pointt Garden,.City, Kansas Bus. BR 6-7141 Eve. BR 6-4247 2l9-2t FOR LEASE — Restaurant at Granada Colorado. Call BR 6- 71G3. —23 22—Boats, Sporting Equipt. PICK-UP CAMPER, boat, motor and trailer. Can be seen at Leland Crist, Holcomb, Kans. -24 LEGALS (Flwt 1'ubllHlicil In Tim Unnlim City TVlnKnim July I, 1 ), HWS, Last PulillHlicil July 27, lllll.'l.) IN 'HIM J'KOUATK COUKT Of KINNEY COUNTY", KANHAH In UK; Mutter nl tlio KHtulo ol Kurl L*. JohriMon, D'Toarifd NOTICK OK IIKAIUNU NO. 'MH'J TIIK HTATK OK KANSAS TO ALL 1' KI tSON.S CON OK 11N 1C D : You aro hereby noliricil Hint u petition haa linen filed in M nM euurt by Anna KriUcr, Kxeciitrix of tin; Will of Kurl L. JolriHon, DereimrU, l>rayiiiM for final wit lament of nald pHtnto, for approval of lier U«|H, pro- cuedliiKH and ur.count" UH executrix, and allowance for her attorney fec«, and al«o praying that tins eourt determine thii helr.i, devl«ee H and JetftttcoH fiiUltleJ to (ho ivtuttt (trirl tin! proportion or part thereof to i each la entitled, and dlHlrl- butu and HBsifc'n the H.-une to them In ar.«jrdan™ with the will of Karl I.i. Johnnon, DeeeaHed; and you are hereby required to file your wilt ten Utvruto i/u w bcfoi'v the LEGALS Bill day of AiiKiiHt 11)88. at 10:00 M;5-v,,? r wl l (I ,'' ny '" " iU " '•'""•t, u the City U f Garden City, KIUIMIIH will*! 1 "" • ""I" Q ' 1 "" P'«» «»l«l "X will bo hoard. Should you fall thm,,. }pr«i ! B 5" 1 ftn<l (l< "'"'™ W HI l»« >-u- lloii eoumo IUHIII «ald poll- . Garden City. KariHaa Attorney fur Pollllonor nit* 1 "'?. 1 i pub " sl ^<l In tho Oanloii £. ™,°tf am July 13, MIKI; luot IHlMlHliod July 27, IHC.'I ) IN TUB PnOBATK COURT OF FINNKY COUTY. KANSAS IN TUB MATTMIl OF TJIM JWTATM s'ifTA^KV*-^ 11 """^^" o. in. J. Altx J-*ifl I, I30C(!UH1t<] NOTICK OF HEARING NO 4(KIB ned You nro hnroby notified tlml a poll" 0 ,» ' tt ».J>c«n fUc.1 | n Wl |d cmirt by nm, ? »' T ai ,' l>ICy ' "* Widow Unit mm of tho hc>lrn-ut-lttw of Bterllnir M. Tarplny. nka S. M. Tftrplcy, do' - co " M'!'? . S "" th Ilalf < B - a > of Bn«lloti Thirty-two (.12). Townnhlp Twmity- two (22) Sontli, itniiKo Thirty (80) W«»t nt tlio 6lli P.M.- and ul I othor property, renl and nominal. or IntnroHtH thcroln, own- 0.1 by tlin Hftld St,,rllnK M. Tarploy ut tho tlmo of hU death; nnd you urn hereby required to file you" fUr tl 1 U /;{ f!n ? CH " lcrflto °" "C ">"' in £. " , CU ! d<iy " f A »KaHt, wail, nt 10 (X) 1,'clocik a.m., of mild day In of! 7n"^ '" "^ Clty ot (! « r "'" i f'i , Flrw " y County, KiuiHUK. at whltth tltiin and placn Hald oaiiHe wilt >o hejird. Rmuld you fall therein JuilKmont and d<-nren will be ent-ri " Jl?, CO , UI ' B<> "I"'" ««!<! petition* „.._ whmlo P. Tarnlejr HAAO A SAFFKLH (iar.len City, KanwiH Attorney* tnr Petltlr>riftr "ly 2. lOfla, liuit ,T, 7S8.T ) JN TIIK I'flOHATK COIIIIT OF ,M FnI , N , NKT CO "NTY, KANSAS IN TIIK MATT nil OF 1 TUP! KSTATKS OH- IIAItLKY F. KRI.MOY AND DOROTHY S. KKLLBY 1)£ CeliHod. NOTIOrc OF APPOINTMKNT OV AOMINIHTItATOK NO. •)(!!!« Notice IH hereby Klvnn to the eredl- <IM-H, iMiIrn, tlcvlmxw and legnteeH of Hurley F. Kelley and Dorothy H. Keller, deei'ii«c:d. and all othei-M nineerri- '..,:.. lh ? t °" llln lnth '""y »' July, lllu.l, thn uiidri-MlK'lK'l wart by t h • probate, eourt ot Klnney Cniinly rTarmiiH, iluly appointed und (|Uul'l- fle<) <i« (idiril.-ilHtmlor of tho entitle* nf llarley K. Kelley IUK! Dorotliy H. ICelley. deeellHeil, Idle of F I 71 n e T County, KfinHOfi, All |uirl|»n Inlerentei] | n mild entaln will lukii notlrn and govern thein- HelveH aeeonlliiKly. All mdltora urn notified to exhibit their demand* a^aln.Ml the Hiild twtittn within nine nioritliH from tho date of flritt publication of thlo notlno UN provided by law. und If their dumandn are not thiiH rvhlhlted they shall be forever burred. W. K. Kelley Administrator HAAf! & HAKKKI.H (Iiirden f'llv, Kan«aj<

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