Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 24, 1963 · Page 10
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED Mln. charge any od 48« 1 day, per word *c 2 days, p«r word 1 »c & days, per word «4e 26 days, per word »0« Less 10 per cent for coth 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. 6—Good Things To Eat POTATOES for sale, $1 bax. Bring your own container. 1 mile north, l'» west of Hoi- I comb on Highway 50. —24 i 7—Help Wonted WANTED: Office girl, house- ware department head, hosiery and art goods department Mead. Aopiy in person. Wool worth and Co. 10 * Garden City 1>l>grmi» a Wtdnttdoy, July 24, 1963 LE6ALS 1 Life Begins at Forty f'ity no—Mobile Homes SAVE AT ULYSSES! See th* largest mobilk ham* built to b* pulled by en* truck, Th* L»isurama 24' « 54' . . . foldi down ta 10' x'S4'. _ Op*n Sunday! F. W. JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES _26 Ulysm, K«. I—Sncciol Notices i 2—Miscellaneous Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Satjrdays Please Call BR 6-3232 . between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCIUB .'' ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription pie use tend your address nnd all num bers as «hown on a recent issue. JWOI.'LIJ LIKE to take caro of aged people in my home. BR 67!>74. -25 4—Persona) Services WANTED: Fry cook. Apply in person. Coffee Ann. — 23tf HIGH SCHOOL graduate, married 21-40 with car and good references to learn business. Beginners will make $100 per week to start. Combination salns-scrv- ,ice delivery. Write Box 556, Gar, den City. --27 WANTED: Shop help, welders, mechanics, machine operators, machinists. Up to $3.00 a hour. Mayrath Machinery Co. Dodge City. Kans. ' —2,"> <Publ!»h»<l In th« Osnlfn T>lfgram July 17. 24. »nd 1963.) ' i IX THE PROBATE COURT OF" FIN-NKY COUNTY, KAXSAH ' In Th« M«tt»r of tiie Estate of I (iKOKQE A. PX)X. deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR No. 3906 To th<- creditor*, heirs. d»vi«e<>» and l»Kit<'<!S of Gi-orgf. A. Fox. d^cMfii'd, a:icl nil others concerned. ?ovi are hereby notified that on the 17th day of July. 1962. letter" of administration were grunted the FL 6-1414 I un.lTslgned by the Probate Court of 202-TF Flnnev County. Kansas, to ndmhit- _.- _... st<v th» estate of George A. Fox. d"- rensed. late of said County and Stat". and tin- tind»r?lgned d u 1 y auallfied a.'' snld administrator on the 17th day of July, 1962. You are | further notified that all rredltoi-s of j snld deceased must exhibit their de- ! Knlnst the i>.«tste within nine j fter tills notice IB first down and take over payments, i nublished as provided by law. And , 'If »tic!i demands are not thus <*r- ] hiblfed thev slnll be- forever barred. : Dnted .Till" 17Hi. 1SG3. I Money Not Chief Problem K-r>R SALE: Mobile home, 1955 Palace 46'x8' Cheap. Must sell. Call after 5. BR 6-9949. —24pd 1957 MOBILE home, 45'x8'. BR 6-6263. By ROBERT PETERSON Judging from the clamor of older people for plumper pensions and stouter social security. one gets the impression that money is the chief problem in retirement. But one of the nation's top reluctant lo retire and find it extremely difficult to secure substitute satisfactions from non working roles. Of course insufficient income is a grave and real problem for some elders. But most retirees £ re better endowed with money than with the S ability to use Mi.uro time in a authorities on retirement, Dr. fully'satisfying manner. Robert Havighurst, of the University of Chicago, says firmly, "The greatest disadvantage of retirement is a moral and spiri Many folks 45 and over have chosen to retire sin^:!-- '- tng for the privilege of engaging in ii. —25! -.' Harrison Smith DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Den ni s Athcrton at W).") E. Chestnut at your convenience. No telephone. . —-20tf CAR HOT'S. Drive In. Bob's A and -2'i 11 b—Farms, Land, Ranches FOR SALE BY-OWNER: Full i quarter section (160A) of irri-; Rated ground in high state of! cultivation. Beets yield 26 tons per acre last year, wheat, 60 I OF BEN ., ;IE bushels per acre. Soft water irri-1 NOTICE 'OF "HEARING PETITION «ation well makes 1400 gallons) FOR FIN -« O SETTLEMENT per minute. J. H. Doyle, Lakin,. Tne state of Kansas to ail persons they figure it isn". worthwhile to tual one. not an economic one."! t0 nt mue on the JDJ. i^-., a "Retirement is a crisis in the meaningful use of time. It forces a person to shift his major Administrator of the Efltat» j activity out of customary work of Georfre A. Fox. d°c"as»d. \ . , . _..,,„,- f -_ _„»:__ f Published in The Garden City •eleKMin July 17. 24. nnd 31, 196:i.) IN TIIK PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS roles, and to search for satisfaction in other roles open to his as homemaker, par- tvery age produces an array of inventions 'o make men mar* vol. But it's doubtful if any period in history has seen the appearance of so many startling nev wonders as the past few decades. I was sitting here contemplating miivicuious developments n e v e r oven hear of when I left high school more tliim a quarter .>) n century ago. And without really trying 1 jot- who says he earns S6.SOO a i ^ <! own antibiotics, jet planes, but plans to quit next! television, long distance dialing, letter from a service manager. year month. "If I continue working, it will continue to cost me about $1,108 a year in taxes, and $400 a year ent. spouse, citizen, friend, as-! f or ca rfare, lunches and other THK MATTKR'OF'THE ESTATE! sociation member, churchgoer •3 —Business Services year old Texa s Oil' Company offers unusual opportunity to 41 men above 40, selling specialized l Kans. Phone El 5-6223. —26 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM DISC rolling on your pntrolcum products. Knowledge ] rnt;Tn ,. RAT 'TNrr.""tw n 'haW*- farm. Powell's disc rolling serv £ f t ,. ;lctors „„„ machincry nelp . j CUSTOM BALING, two balers ice. S a I i s f a ction guaranteed. I Phone Bit K-7814, 505 N. I Garden City. 13l'i. - I2lf ful. Sales experience not necessary. We train if hired. custom swathing, mowing and Draw- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendalc Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phono BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. MCVICKI5R and SCOTT professional auction service, BR 664«2, Garden City, Kansas. —22U ing account when qualified. Must raking. Call BR 6-5890. Widows. Richard -29U SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Gard»n Clry George Smith 53-TF FINNEY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and new construction. Power sewer machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. have late moclol car. This is a CUSTOM HAY hauling and stack- permanent position offering ad- ing, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, vancement to man with man- j 426-7121. agerial ability. Also have posi- i -3tf four nights a week away from city. For personal interview see R. A. Stanley, Lamar Hotel, Hays, Kansas, Friday July 26 at 7:0(1 p.m. sharp. —25 WANTED: Frmily man for irrigation and cattle farm. Good modern omc. Richard Batmen, Mcatle. Kansas. TR 3-2480. —26 CUSTOM BALING and mowing. BR 6-7291 daytime, BR 6-5290 evenings. concerned: You are hereby notified that n petition has been filed in said court by Chna. E. Staley, as administrator of the estate of Bennie Bell, deceased, praying for a ftaal settlement of said estate, for the dfttlement and allowance of hi? account as administrator thereof. fo r compensation for and user of leisure time. "If work, were regarded drudgery and a s unfitting free men, there would be work expenses. That leaves just $5,300 in take home pay. as | "But if I retire my company j for less long playing records, transistor radios, frozen foods supermarkets, discount houses, stereophonic hi-fi, nuclear power, satellites, cinerama and automatic pinsetters. J*rry Atriftk saysT "Too many women think that by trying to of a problem in retirement. But most people have favorable attitudes toward work." He's right. Most men and women respect -work and find v pension plus Social Security will j , on M ^ ^ > * - ' • give me a total of $3,900 — with no taxes. "I enjoy my work," he concludes, "but it seem s foolish to work full-time for what adds up to just $1,400 more a year than bim-nndbi., attorn, >- s ,'for a decree pleasure in it. They are t h u s I'd g_rt by not working'• , of Hnid court adjudging who are I heir?, devisees nnd Ipgntees of the decedent, for the assignment of th" assets of (mid estate by decree of raid court to those entitled there- 16—Livestock, Pets. Poultry TWO YEARLING calves for sale and one Wisconsin dairy heifer Call BR 6-6551. —25 to, and for a.ll other proper relief: and you are hereby reouired to file vonr writt»i defenses thereto on or before th" Sth day of Au^st. 19CH. . at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day in —18tfi?i'd court In the City of Gardrti I Cltv. in said Countv and State, at w'Mch time and place said cause will b" heard. Should you fill herein, iudcnr-nt and decree will be rn- »cr"d In due course upon said petition. CHAS. r,. RTALEY 8—Situations Wanted FOR SALE — Shetland ponies. Call 881W2, Scott City, Ks. —21 EXPERIENCED FARM desires year around work 2—Miscellaneous FOR RENT - Camper trailers - by day, week or month. Bill Ru«el, 903 North 9th. Phon e BR 8-6736 or 6-5248. —16tf BR G-3312. -20U FOR SALE — At or near wholesale prices: New steel and pipe; Construction steel in beams, rcbars, remesh wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanized TOP soil for yards, detive.-i. Dial BR '6-3771 Smith San,. . 11 r* f om'! nn v -"~ij j" IZZY VILLARREAL linoleum a"nd carpet service. Buy elsewhere. 411 Washington. —11-lOpd A~U TOM AT1C TRANSMISSION repair, tunc-ups, engine building, b 'ake service. Garrison Auto wire tor cattle, hogs, sheep, fence Service, 2302 N. Main St. Phone panels or gates in 5 different' sizes of mesh and lengths. Eastside Iron on highway 50 on the east side of Garden City. Phone BR 6-3189. —2 7 tf JUNIOR CLASS books for sale. j For information call BR 6-6054. —24 WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G —21tf FOR SALE: 130 gallon fuel tank; 6-3642. Open 7 'a.m. to 9 p.m. — 2!ipd CONRARDY PLUMBING Jerome J. Conrardy S Service er Cleaning Work , PURE BRED Brittany Spaniel h a n d j pu p s f or sa ie. Reasonable priced, in ! Gentle, intelligent, good hunters. 24 Dodge City area. Thomas Sparks | BR 6-7114 after 1 p.m. Lakin, Ks. —25 \ •__•_-•_ —-——: :•.-_— 9—For Renl FOR RENT — Apartment, beau- tifuly furnished, buffet style. See it. Reasonably priced. Warren Hotel, BR S-3221. -21U TWO REGISTERED Pointer pups, 6 months. Championship blood line. ?,4 mile east and V4 north of Pierceville. Vern Beavers. — 25pd FOR SALE: One Hamp boar. Phone BR G-6943. —25 APARTMENT. Ros e Manor, Phone BR 6-3622. -3tf APARTMENT, furnished, two 8 ' 6770 beds, close in cool, roomy, utilities. BR 6-6911. —25 WELL -MAPKFD pure bred collie pups, seven weeks old. BR —26pd 17—Seeds, Feeds able August 1. BR 6-8120. 2 4 1 Contracting on new construction & r»mod»ling. Call BR 6-6751 SLEEPING room, 501 N. 9th, BR 6-6911. —25 SMALL two bedroom unfurnished house. Close to Grade School. $60.00. BR 6-4323, ask for Lydia. —22U FOR SALE: Tascosa seed wheat. See or call by August 1. Telephone BR 6-5074. $2.25 bushel bin run. B. A. Kraus, Holcomb, Ks. —29od (Published in the Garden City Telefrnm Jn'v 17. 24. and 31st. 19B3.) IN THK PROBATK COURT OF PIN-NET COUNTY. KANSAS n The M-ttor of the Estate of ADA BIT T JNOF. deceased R OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TASK NO. 3979 To the creditors, heirs, devisees, nnd pKat°e.« of .Ma Billl:iKS, and all others concerned. Yon are hereby notified that on the 4th day of March. 19G3. letter? of dminist'-ntion were granted the un- 'frsifrn'ed by the Probate Court nf Finn»y Hounty. Kansas, to administrator the estate of Ada BlllrnRs. lec»ased. late of said county and •state and the undersigned duly quMi- PS said administrator on the 4th day of March, 19G3. You am further notified that all creditors of said deceased must exhibit tlislr dwmnr'i asainst the estate within nine (fl) months after this Is first publi?>'ed as provided by law. And If demands are not thus exhibited thev r'iinll he fcv-ever barred. Dated .Tub- 17. MGIV /s' Harrison Smith Adnilnlst'ptDr' of the T^tate of Ada BIllitiES. deceased. 223-H ONE BEDROOM ground floor unfurnished apartment. Adults. with mount. pump. Marble, Winch truck. BR any PLUMBING and general repair, 6-4671. i — 27 i rcmoddi..,, .nd cleaning; out | 4323 ' ask for . L >' riia ; No pets. $60.00. Bills paid. BR 6- —22tf sewer lines'.' C. W. gr, B . 7715 or 6-387-1. " Brecheisen; —27tf FOR SALE: Two 26" boy's bi cycles. BR 6-610-1. —24 I STARTER AND GENERATOR - i repair Quint's Automotive, Sth AFTER HARVEST Special While' an ,, F ulton BR 6-533i). thev last: "H AD Fir plywood ' _2; 20Vj C per square ft., : »H CD Fir. plywood .0!)c per square ft.! TWO BEDROOM home with carport. 2;uo >! 7th. BR 6-5789. —2fi Christensen Grain Inc., Pierce-! 3 : NEED ADDITIONAL Income? Free information on chinchillas. New brochure just off the press. Write The Chinchilla Guild, 3901 N. Monroe, Ilutchin- son, Kans. —24pd YOUR COPY of HOW is in the 1 mail. For additional information call Culbreath Plumbing. BR 6-7870. — ltf BACHELOR APARTMEuNT f o r rent. BR 63770. —24tf ONE BEDROOM mobile home with air conditioner. Utilities uaid. Iniuii'c El Rancho Trailer Park OKI;:.!. —9tf AIRWAY VACUUM C leaner Sales and Service. Leonard Ilulton, 1021 Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-659G. -6tf AUGUST HOME BARGAINS 3 badroom, «!r conditioned, carpet- : 2 bedroom brick with patio and full SMALL HOUSE, W. Chestnut. bills paid. 401 —2G HAVE YOUR Pall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting \ in Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 223-H 18—Household Needs FOR SALE — Ironrite ironer with light and matching chair used very little, priced right Terms to responsible party. BR 6-53GG. —2- -"I tstc-fe • d family room, best location in .town. Northeast. Two bodroom older house in qood condition. Close in. 5 minute walk to town. ? bedroom in qood location carpeted, dishwasher, fencod beautiful yard, now empty at $13.600,00. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 finished basement. Carpeted and air j conditioned. Northeast. Brier Hill 4 bedroom, fireplace, family room, modorn kitchen. Now. HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We BuVi Sell or TraHa Cash for your Equity . FLOATING i VAXCE AttomeyB for snKI administrator BEAUTIFULLY VOICED Spinet Console piano. French Walnut We'll handle entire balance on small payments to partv of g^ad credit only. Joplin Piano Co., Jopliu, Vlo. —'21 (Published In The Garden City '(.Veiji'Mm July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14 and 21 196^.1 'iX TH"; DISTRICT COURT OF FIKNRY COUNTY. KANSAS F?ii«t Federal Savlnes and Uoan A °sociation of DodRe City, a corpora tion • • • Plaintiff, vs. ,T. T. Tinton. Clell Joy Tiplon, Eldon D. Steffens and Joyce N. Steffens . . . Defendants NOTICE OF SALE No. 11.483 Xotlce !.« hereby given that under fiul hy virtue of an order of sal* i-sued'by the Clerk of the Distric Court of Finney Countv, Kanpna. In n certain action In said court, being N T o. 11,483. wherein the nai-ti-es above named Tv«re nlaintiff and defendant." and to me. the underslcned. Slierif of Finney County, directed, T will of fer for sale at public auction an' ,ie!l to the highest bidder for casl <n hand at. the East front door o: the court 'louse i-. the citv of Gar rt«n Citv, Flnn'ev County. Kinsas, on tbp 23rd day of August. 1963. at tei o'clock A.M.. of said day. the follow tng diwribed i-pfll e-state situnte in ^ie Couity nf Finney and State o K"an. a P^ to wit: Lot fi in Block 1 of Christie Ho- nlri> of Tracts 1. '2. 3 a"d 4 of Wpcla V. Doujran.s Ro-nlat of -E-nmert nnd Dir!:r"-=o:i' Addition to Cfarden City. T'*°nsn 1 !. Wend'<! Mei»r Sheriff of Finney County, riiulurt Pity. Knnsa-s Attorneys for Plaintiff 3 bodroom with yard and carport. biq lot. $13,500. beautiful fenced ; New carpet and 1 SELLING OUT a number of used 123 W L«ur»i BR i-7741 ' Vacuum Cleaners — upright '•fP' and tank irpcs. Kirby Vacuum FOR SALE: THREE bedroom ' casl of Bt > wlin S A «cy. -24 home on Garden City Avenue, lilt ti-5213. —L>9pd ! HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 2II-TF ON PAT'S DRIVE GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST JUST REDUCED 3 Bidroom, detached qarage, aluminum itorm windowi. Near junior digh. Wa< $12000.00—Now $10.800.00 3 Bedroom, attached qarjqe, very clean throughout. Wa» $14,00".00—Now Jl 3,600.00 1 Bodroom. detached garage, large yard. V/ai J9,:SO.OO—Now $8.500.00 \0'. Down Will HandU Atherton Stallsworth JUST LISTED Nictt 2-bedroom older home detached garage and bedroom basement. In good location. $13,000 JUST REDUCED Three bedroom, living room, dining room carpeted. Kitchen, electric stove and oven. Birch cabinets. Family room and attached garaqe. Forced air heat, completely air conditioned. I ' baths. Beautiful lawn and landscaping. ' JOHN COLLINS AGENCY i Phone 6-6712 I 13 East Laurel 220-4t THREE UEDROOM house, low monthly payments, aluminum' .storms, feiu-ed yard. George Mc- PH1LCO 21" TV, mahogany finish, good condition. Sold nciv for $249.R5. Now $159.9,1. OMSCO. 308 N. Main, BR G-7GOO. —24 GOOD SELECTION used TY's, Hotpoint oortable $59.95. Admiral 21" with stand $39.95. GE table model 21" $69.95. Olympic 24" console $59.95. Philco 31" base *J195. GE console in" $:< Ala 'a:wox 21" with >ij.; $59.95. OTASCO. 308 N. Main (Published Tc'oirram on 19Gr-i > TN T TIIK in the fi July 34t1i and Cit 31st .TTIVKVTLE COT'RT COUNTY. KAN'S \P Tn The .Mutter o' Joseph Vnl Walker T^'-fnce Lnve Wnlkt?r and M'c Albert Walker, male minor.* under 16 \->*[ir a of aey, dependent nnd neglected chiMi'.--n. Today in History France Takes Over Canada By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, July 24, :he 205th day of 1963. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1946, the United States conducted the first underwater test of an atomic bomb off Bikini atoll in the Pacific. The jomb's destructive capacity far exceeded that oft an A-bom-b dropped from the air several weeks earlier. On this date In 1534, Jacques Cartier landed at the site of Gaspe, Que., and took possession of Canada in the name of France. In 1866, the first U.S. flag made of domestic materials was raised over the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Ten years ago. . .New Hamp shire's famed Bible-quoting Republican U.S. Senator, Charles Tobey, died at the age of 73! Five year ago .... A New York grand jury indicted underworld figure Frankie Carbo on 10 charges of illegal operations in connec tion with boxing. One year ago .... President Ken nedy and Ecuadoren Presideni Arosemena concluded two days of formal conversations in Washing ton on inter-American problems. His is a dilemma that many men of retirement age face. Although they enjoy their work and are not subject to manda- ;ory retirement, their sense of .ogic tells them it's a bit point- ess to work when they can get pensions nearly equal to their jresent take-home pay by not working. It's only after they retire that they may become aware that purposeful labor is often such a | jotent sburce of satisfaction ihat one may be justified in pay- LEGALS Ca=e y.i. GOP STATE OP KANSAS TO Jay O Wnll:er. th» naturnl father, and nil oth'-v nersona concerned: You are hereby notified that a peti- tion has been filed In the above named court by the petitioner, Harrison Smith, alleging that the said children are dependant and neglected in that they are being mistreated and the-ii environment and association is In jurlous to their welfare and request ing that the court permanently sevei the parental rights of th« natura mother and father and adjudlcat «aid children dependent and neglect f.d with the power to place for adop> tion. The name of the natural father o said minor children is Jay Q. Wallce: aml-or persons unknown, and tlie name of the natural mother of the said minor children is Leta Ma Walker Smith. The hearing will de termtne why said parents should b deprived of their parental rights con cerninpr said children and the care custody and guardianship of sal children committed to some indlvidu al or children's aid society or tire th State Department of Social Welfare You are hereby required to file your written defenses thcrto on or beforn the l.<-,t day of August, 1963, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said in said nourt in the Juvenile Courtroom In Finn'ey County. Kansas, In the Cltv of Garden city, Kansas, at which time and place said cause vill be heard and there show cause. If any there be. why the judgment alleging said children to be dependent and neglected should not be nn- dred nnd pa*entnl p rights permanently severed. Should you fall therein, ixulement and decree will be entered In clue course unon <=aid petition. /s/ Harrison Smith Petitioner ATTEST: M. C. Schrnder. Judge are fooling Father Time." If you Would 1 i. k P a bookM 'Starting a Travel Club for Older People" write to this column in care of the Garden City Telegram enclosing i stamped, self- addrtcsed envelope, and ten cents to cover handling costs. vacation time comes only once a year. You and your family deserve to enjoy yourself without a cars in the world. Meet the cost with in hand from friendly B • I • C. Stop in or phone for the money you need. Right away! 110 West Chestnut,. Garden City Jpen Mon.-Fri.—9-5; Sat. v-i Quick Service Number BR 6-762* Rip Van Winkle couldnl sleep with nagging backache Now! You can get the fast relief you need from nagging backache, headache and muscular aches and pains that often cause restless nights and miserable tired-out feelings. When these discomforts come on with over-exertion or stress and strain — you want relief — want it fast! Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wrong food and drink —often setting I Up a restless uncomfortable feeling. • Doan's Pills work fast in 3 separate j ways: speedy pain-relieving action to ease torment of nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains. 2. by soothing effect on bladder irrita- I tion. 3. by mild diuretic action tending to increase output of the 15 miles of ! kidney tubes. Enjoy a good night's sleep and tha same happy relief millions have for over 60 years. For convenience, ask for the large size. Gel Doan's Pills today! Doan's 3-bodroom with full bas.m.nt. Fully ' Carthv, 410 Davis, BR 0-78(14 carpetud. — - 1 $14.000 - - " - - - BUY of SEU THROUGH A DEBITOR Agency 101 I E Fultoe 8ft 6-5262 MEMBERS Atherton-StalUworth Campbell Abstract Thomai Gravel. Auctioraer-Realtor Lee Kilner and Son Don Tallev Roaltori Juiia Scott Realta > Save thru tha Multi-List Exchange! DON [ALLEY, Realtor 419 N Sth Phone 2R 6-5730 BR 6-7376 BR 6-7975 RENT "^ Option to Buy $300 option payment for 6 months, 5 i 15 par mo. rent. O*ner of this Eo\t»ly 4 bdrm, 2 bath horn* with , fini&hed bsmt, leaving town. Call pronto and pick up this bargain. , AL WOODS Real Estate Mqr. 110 W. Chestnut 6R 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 EXTRA NICE used Frigidaire refrigerator. Autumatic dr frost. \ico and clean. $99.95. j OTASCO o08 N. Main, BR f- \ 7COo ' ' —21' .\K\V 19'' I'll \co ponable TV', [ floor sample, heg. $1S9.95. Mow S1G4.95 Ul'A.SCO, 308 .N T . Alahi, BR 6-7607. —iJ 20—Autos and Trucks 1953 CADILLAC Fleet wood, $150 as is. Extra motor to be installed. 15K 6-5071. —25 FOR SALE or trade: Slick 19G2 : Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Automatic transmission, radio, healer. Wheat Lands Motel. —I6tf BR 6-4731— Ev. 6-3117 OUTSTANDING LOCATION! Years of enjoyable living are yours in this 3-bedroom home with wood- burning fireplace on i corner let. Beautifully landscaped. Call us now for a showing for your next home! $17,$00 222-H SMALL NEW two bedroom home partially ca:peted. Small down payment or wJl discount for cash. 2322 N. 7th, BR 6-5789. 1958 OLDSMOB1LK, super full power. Call BR 6-3830 88, -6tf 22 BOOtS, Spotting PICK-UP CAMPER, boat, motor and trailer. Can be seen at Leland Crist, Holcamb, Kans. Jim Scott —27 FOR SALE: One 40 h.p. \Ve.n- bend outboard motor. Can bt seen at Wen Apco Station. Special Prices on ln!aid Vinyls! Bargains for Builders and Home Owners! Armstrong Tessera 6x7-3 $30.00 Armstrong Tess-era 6x8-0 19.95 Armstrong Montina 6x6-0 19.95 Armstrong Tessera 6x4-10 12.50 Armstrong Terrazo 6x28-0 42.00 Armstrong Futuresq 6x8-0 14.95 Cosmopolitan Vinyl 6x6-0 I 1.95 Embossed Inlaid 6x18-10 24.95 Embossed Inlaid 6x24-2 36.00 Armstrong Mosaic 6x19-2 29.95 Armstrong Counter Corlon 89c Ceramic Tile (90 Sq. Ft.) 62.00 TERMS? OF COURSE! CROSSWORD " - By Eugene Sheffer ii 37 41 5t> 3o 51. 44 \(D 34- 53 fco 20 31 45 3-4 35 4-3 4o 14- 17 HORIZONTAL 43. abyss 1. gentle caress •4. witty sayinsr 7. social group 11. fish sauce 13. wine vessel 14. French river 15. food fish 16. flap 17. require 18. dried cassia leaflets 20. cover of a building 22. stannum 24. American oscinebird 28. takes out (Print i 32. mistake 33. first man 34. pale 36. American educator 87. Florida city 39. formal matches 41. Miss Earharl 44. Iowa city 46. devout 50. leave out 53. steal 55. baking chamber 56. step 57. wrath 58. Egyptian river 59. very l Fr. ] BO. lamprey 61. Scotch river VERTICAL 1. leather moccasins 2. lo the sheltered side 3. gull-like bird 4. small rug 5. Persian poet 6. forbidden 7. verification fi. prevaricate !?. employ 10. couch 12. consider Answer to yesterday's puzzle. M T R V L VV F M J T F F S J J V ' F Yesterday's Cryptoquip; FUPPAtfT A.SPUUKT. it watt tlmt of lolatioa: 11 mlnntei. (C IMS. King I'c-aiursa Synd., lac.) ORYPTOQU1PS R V J W L R VV J N R VV •J-24/ 19. river island 21. native metal 23. novel 25. toward the mouth 26. solitary 27. sea eagles 28. facts 29. Dutch cheese 50. crippled 31. juice 35. doze 38. goal 40. tear 42. eagle's nest 45. painful 47. Roman poet 48. African river 49. snick and 50 make ehoica 51. defaca 52. frozen dessert 54. ten uecibels N M FSJVR. RABID DEBATE

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