Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 1, 1963 · Page 8
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CLASSIFIED Mln. ehargt any erf 4te 1 day, per word 4e 1 (JOYS, p«r word ISe 4 days, per word ..., 24e 26 days, p«r word 90c Less 10 per eenr for cash to advanet DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of pubfleaflot Weekday) and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram It responsible for onty one lr»eerre«t Insertion, SetvleM U—lUat iitote 1 A U T O M AT1C TRANSMISSION repair, tune-ups, engine building, brake service, air conditioner repair. Garrison Auto Service. 2302 N. Main St. Phone BR 63643. Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. —3 16—LIvetroik, Pen, Peuttty [ 2(|u-Airtd« and Tmefct TOP soil (or ytrdt, Dial BR e-3771 Smith Sand — 31»f AIRWAY VACUf.M Cleaner S a 1 e g and Service. Leonard Hutton, 1021 Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-6596. -6U I—Special Notices Garden Cify RaiFdanb If Your Telegram Doesn'f Arriva By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 bttwe»n 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper 2— Miscellaneous ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p 1 e a g e •end your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Mooting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. 2—MUcaRaneom MCVICKER and SCOTT protes- siona] auction service, BR ft- 8462, Garden City, Kansas. — 221! FOR RENT — Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill Ragel, 903 North 9th. Phon e BR S-6736 or 6-5348. —IClf FOR SALE — At or near wholesale prices: New sleej and pipe; Construction steel in beams rebara, remesh wire; Welded No. i Ga. Galvanized wire for cattle, hogs, sheep, fence 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. _27tf 1960 T-bird, full power and air. Western roping saddle, like new. BR 6-525. r > evening*. — 1 FOR SALE: Tepee 15' travel trailer. BR 6-7310. —3 USE-D ROTORS and boxes for TV lower. BR B-3I39 after 5:30. 3—lost, Found, Strayed STRAYED: Three Hertford haif- crs, branded on left rib. BR 6-6073. —]tf 4—Personal Services DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Den ni R Atherton at 803 E. Chestnut at 3'our convenience, No telephone. . —20tf HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. l«ur«l 80 4-7741 7.TP THREE BEDROOM house, low monthly payments, aluminum storms, fenced yard. 410 Davis. -r2pd FOR SALE: Three' bedroom house, $6,500. Good location. Call BR 6-4219. —5pd N'EAV HOME. $893. 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. TWO REGISTER..D Pointer! 1962 PONTIAC Grand Prix, rc» pups, six months. Mi mile east,' sharp Special this week, $2930 U mile north of Pierceville. Ed Bill 1 , Auto Sales Highway 50 3-2135. _lpd West. FOR SALE: Registered four 11937 FORD 4-door V8 standard year old polled Hereford bull. C. W. Woodard. -Ipd IB—Household Needs SELLING OUT a number of used I Vacuum Cleaners — upright | and tank types. Kirby Vacuum | Cleaner Company. Two blocks i east of Bowling Alley. —26tf 'NEW MODEL used Airway Va; cuum Cleaner with attach- i mcnts. $50.00 Kirby Vacuum ! Cleaner Company, two blocks i cast of Bowling Alley. —1 I a^^H^^^^m^mHmm^^mmm^^fmmHmmmm^^mfmmmL \ 4—Good Things To Sot IFOR SALE: No. 1 potatoes, pric-| Pd reasonable. Call BR 6-6244. ! -27tf! ! FOR SALE: Sweet corn. Mile : AL ! and one half west on Maple. I i i//•SX-M-M'* I Herb Olson. -2 | WOODS Red! Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 LIVING ROOM suite, rose beige, Frigidaire icfrigerator, 40" electric range, bedroom suite. All like new. BR 6-3752. transmission, excellent condl tion. $550. Call FL 6-1573, Ulys ses, Kans. —2pt 1963 THUNDERBIRD Landau full power and air, les g than 5,000 miles. Will sell at large discount or trade. Bill's Auto Sales, Highway 50 West. 20<i-f-Motorcyel»s tt lleyeles FOR SALE: Motorcycle, Honda Dream 300. 305 cc. See at Air Control, 112 S. 'Main. —2pd FOR SALE: Good stove. BR 6-5223. used USED 26" boy's bicycle, new gas| P arts - ? 15 - I" W. Hazel. -ipd -30tf i J! FRESHLY DUG potatoes. $1.00 a ! sack. Bring 'your own contain-! I ers. 1 mile north and 1"= we.n i I of Holcomb on Highway. BR 6-1 I 6182. —3pd ! j 7— Help Wonted i—Business Service* CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling service. S a t i s £ a ction guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N, 13th. Garden City. ' -I2tf I WANTED — Married man, small | family, for permanent farm I farm and livestock position. Ex! perience in livestock and irrigation required. Top wages or shares for qualified person. Give references. Drinkers need not apply. Write Box S-999 % The Telegram. — 27tf SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand • Gravel - Fill Dirt 8R 6-3771 I20& E. Fulton Garden Ciry George Smith i3-Tr- FlNNEY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, • remodeling, and new construction, Power sewer machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. BR 6-3312. —20tf i Sot your roofing i rep.airs done now. Call us for free estimates. WE PAY $1 cash If any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at Joss price than here. (Regular jhelf price.) Neely's A-G —21tf FOR SALE: Good"usedmowers' j DOUGLASS ROOFING ^Coast-To-Coast. Phone BR^, N . 10ffc „ „„, 230-H THE BOSONOVA i s ~fineT but not for cars. Fansler's front-end alignment service will smooth out those bumps. Call BR 6-4323. EXPERIENCED Saleslady wanted. Apply in person to George Purn-ell at Purnell's Fashions and Fabrics, 320 N. Main. 2 3-bedroom brick. Full basement. At- >«ch«d qsr«q». Exc*ll«nt school location. Owner has bean transferred, and mutt sell this fine properly. $15,950.00 A home of homes! 3-bedroom. Carpeted living room and dining room. Wood-burning fireplace. Ij bathe. Beautifully landscaped corner lot. 17,500.00 230-H FOR SALE: Two refrigerators, one Kelvinator and one Leonard, medium size. Good condition. 1301 New York Ave. —2 SELLING OUT a number of used Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company. Two blocks east of Bowling Alley. —-26tf FOR SALE: 19G1 portable singer zig-zag sewing machine. Call BR 6-3930 o r see at 2410 N. Main. —3pd SINGER SEWING Machine equipped to make buttonholes and fancy stitches. Six payments $6.20 per month. Call BR 6-4179. —2pd WANTED: -Saleslady, age 30-45, previous sales experience help, ful but not necessary. Long time resident of Garden City' desirable. Salary plug commission. Contact Kansas State Employment office, 7th and Spruce. —3. WAITRESS WANTED: Apply at Wheat Lands Motel Office. —29tJ PERMANENT PART TIME babysitter in my home. BR 6-7434. FOR SALE: Extra large corner lot on "A" Street. Gas and water tax paid. BR 6-8052 days, BR 6-4894 after 7:30 —Ipd BY OWNER: New two bedroom home, attached garage, utility. Ceramic tile kitchen and bath, birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 68025. —31tf NEW THREE bedroom split level. 1604 B Street, Kell s and Embree Construction. BR 6-5200 or BR 6-5789. —3 HOUSE AT 705 Taylor. Call BR 6-7206. —3 WANTED: Good experienced welders, up to $3.00 per hour. Mayrath 'Machinery Co., Dodge City, Ks. —3 MARRIED MAN, year around farm work. BR 6-6073. —6 FOR SALE; property at 1206 N. Ninth. Bess Martin. —3 Ho—Mobile Homes WANTED: Waitress, afternoon shift Apply in person. Jade Cafe. ' —-lit 8—Situations Wanr&d I SAVE AT ULYSSES! Set the largest mobile horn* built to be pulled by one truck. The Lcisurama 24' x 54* ... folds down (e 10' x 54'. Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ki. FL 6-1414 202-TF WOULD LIKE to care for aged people in my home. BR 6-7974 -3 FOR SALE: Two 22x33" windows in frame .complete with sash and screens. 805 N. vth. —1 SAVE Big! Do your own rug and upholstery cleaning with Blue 1 Lustre. R«nt electric' shampo. er. $1. McClung and Payne. —1 AFTER HARVEST Special While they last: K » AD Fir plywood 201'jc per square ft., f» CD Fir plywood .09c per square ft. Chrlstensen Grain Inc., Pierceville Kans —3 1ZZY VILLARREAL linoleum and carpet service. Buy elsewhere, 411 Washington. —H-19pd YOUR COPY of HOW is in the mail. For additional information call Cul'brenth Plumbing, BR 6-7870. • —Itf See These Houses Before You Buy. You will have »o tee >his house be-[ 3 bedrooom, air conditioned, and for* you can believe it. One of the '. ctrpetsd, family room, built in kit- nicest fenced yards in town, dish- chen. Northeast, waihur, garbage disposal, air conditioner, excellent carper, attachod garage, two big bedrooms. Ceramic I WILL do babysitting in my home. BR 6-797S. —3 BOOKKEEPING in my home. Experienced. Call Marilyn Jones, BR 6-7229. —Ipd 12—Farmers & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. -3tf WILL DO housework. Call BR 6-i 7253. —Ipd YOUNG . MAN with farming experience desires 'year around job. BR 6-4850. —2 9—For Rent FOR RENT — Apartment, beau- tit'uly furnished, buffet style, j See it. Reasonably priced. War-! ren Hotel, BR '5-3221. —21tf 20% DISCOUNT on Co-op 2-4-D Amine and Ester Weed Killer GARDEN CITY CO-OP 230-232-234 Laughlin Electric r 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 89.95 21" Console HOTPOINT 89.95 Combination TV, Radio, Record Player ADMIRAL, was 79.95 now $35 Console SYLVANIA 69.95 Portable HOFFMAN 79.95 I 2-Lilce New KITCHEN CABINETS ea. 29.95 40", 6 Burner RANGE 79.95 36" Gas RANGE Real nice 69.95 24" Gas STOVE (real good) .. 69.95 20" Gas STOVE 59.95 Hotpoint ino vent necessary) WASHER-DRYER., set 139.95 Firestone REFRIGERATOR good . 79.95 Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR good . 49.95 M.W. CHEST FREEZER Good 79.95 NEW 30 Gallon Rheem HOT WATER HEATER . 49.95 Open From I p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Laughlin Electric LEGALS (Published in The Garden City Telegram July 18, 25 and Aug. 1 1963.) Sate of Kansas, Flnney County, BS In the Probate Court in a:id for Said County and State IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRED DRUSSEL, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR NO. 4038 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary have been granted to the undersigned- as executor under the will and of the estate of Fred Drussel, deceased, by the above named court, bearing date of July 17, 1963. Notice is further given that all persons having demands against the said estate must exhibit them in the above namcj court within nine months from the first publication ol this notice, as provided by law; and that if such demands are not thus exhibited within the time and In the manner aforesaid they shall be forever barred. ARTHUR R. DRUSSEL. Executor under the Will and of th? estate of Fred Drussel, deceased. FLEMING, FLEMING & VANCE Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Executor 3 bedroom, full bailment, eicellint school location northeast. Owner tile bath and kitchen. Nice utility '""'"I' room. 8 years old in good location. 2 bedroom nice yard, close in Only $13,500.00. on 9th it. Owner leaving must isll. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY j HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 ' 8R 6-7741 UK 6-3675 BR 6-4544 I 2 2S TF AIR CONDITIONED, nicely furnished one person apartment. Private bath, close in. All bills j paid. BR 6-3JS3. ' — 26U'' OXV, BEDROOM ground floor j unfurnished apartment. Adults. Xo pets. $60.00. Bills paid. BR 64323, ask for Lydia. —22tf TWO BEDROOM house in Holcomb. Larfje fenced yard. BR 6-8052 days, BR 6-1394 after 7:30. CUSTOM BALFXG, two balers; i 214 N. Main custom swathing, mowing and j raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29U 14—Want to Buy BR 6-4152 230-3T-H WANTED: Good used garage, door 8'x"'. BR 6-7409 —1 Back-To-School SPECIALS 1962 RAMBLER Classic $1895 4 Door Sodan. Ovirdrive, Heater. Low m!U«gi, New tirts. On» owner. 1962 RAMBLER American JI495 4 Door Sed«r\. Radio, H««t«i, O\»rdnv«. Am«ric«'i finest »con- omy car. 1961 AMBASSADOR V-8 JI695 4 Door Sed»n. Radio. Hiatar, OvardrK.. Individual laats, Seat Bolti. Power Steering. Local owner. Real clean. 1961 REBEL V-8 JI6?5 4 Door Sedan. Automatic transmission. Radio. Heater and Air conditoning. Power iteering. Ready to qo. 1962 FORD Fairlane $1795 4 Door Sedan. P.ado, Heater. Straight gears, 6 cylinder. Low mileage. On* owner. Clean. 1962 FORD Falcon 4 Door Sedan. Radio, Hea»er. Straight gearj. Clean. FURXISHKD UPSTAIRS apartment, closp in, adults, bills paid. BR 6-4205. —25tf 15—Farm Machinery USED HENRY ba«khoe fo r sale. Jerry Erskin, Dighton, Kansas. —6pd FOR SALE: 19G1 IHC Xo. 36 en-! silage cutter. BR 6-6244. —3 | GOOD SELECTION used TV's. Hotpoint portable $59.95. Admiral 21" with stand $39.95, GE table model 21" S69.95. Olympic 24" console S59.95. Philco 21" with base $69.95. GE console 21" $59.95 Magnavox 21'' with legs $59.95 OTASCO, 308 N. Main, BR 6-7606. —31 FOR SALE: Good Speed Queen Washer. BR 6-7739. —1 (Published in The Garden City Telegram July 18, 25, and Aug. 1, 1983.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUTT, KANSAS MARIE LOUISE WINGEIER, . . . PLAINTIFF, T3. THOMAS A. BELL, -whose full name ig Thomas Alexander Bell; RICHARD T. BijL/L. whose full name is Richard Thomas Bell; LYDIA NOVAK; LTDIA BELL and LYDIA M. WAGGONER; and the unkno-Wn heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defendants; the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such defendants as are or were partners or in partnership; the unknown guardians and trustees of such of the defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability; the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, de- visces, trustees, creditors and assigns of Bennie Bell, deceased; Chas E. Staley. administrator of the estate of Bonnie Bell, deceased; and all other persons who are or may be concerned. . . . DEFENDANTS. PUBLICATION NOTICE IN ABSENTEE PROCEEDINGS NO. 1151* To all of the defendants above named and all persons interested: Take notice that Marie Louise- Wingeier. as plaintiff In the above entitled court, has filed eult against you, and each of you, as, defendants, showing that defendant, Thomas' A. Bell is »n absentee, and praying for the appointment of.a Permanent Conservator to take possession and charge of all of the real estate an\J personal nroperty of said Thomas A. Bell, in Finney County, Kansas, and administer the same as provided by law. for th« conservation of «aid property and the protection of all persons Interested, and to have the court make all proper orders- In the premises. You are further notified that said petition will be heard by said court on the 29 day of Aug., 196", or as soon thereafter as the court can hear the same, and unless you appear and defend said proceedings on or. before said date, the petition of the plaintiff will be taken as true and judgment rendered thereon as prayed, appointing a Permanent Conservator to take possession of said properly and manage, conserve, or dispose of the same, to pay debts, collect the> debts owing to said absentee, and fully administer his property as nrovlded by law. MARY LOUISE WINGEIER, Plaintiff FLEMING, FLEMING * VANCE Attorneys for Plaintiff G. MAE PURDY. Clerk of District Court (Seal) 30" ELE-CTRIC RANGE. $100. BR 6-4755. _2 GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST $1495 I»6I FORD Fairlane 500 $1595 4 Door Sed«n. R«dio, He.tor. Cruisomitic. Good Tir«i. CU«n. 10% DOWN '.' Bid Brick, niw JI 3.350.00 2 Bid Brick, roomy ... $11,500.00 2 B*d Stucco, not bud . . $9,250.00 3 Bid Brick, carp.Ud .. $18,700.00 3 Bed Brick, Urq.r $14,700.00 3 B*d Block, reasonable $10,500.00 3 Bid Frami, *conomy .. $8,900.00 ANY OF US CAN HELP Clorii Doll Lio Warnir How«rd Midyitt Clyde StilUworth Hurry Atharton Atherton Stallsworth Agency 1011 6. Fulto. IK 6-526? , JUS! LISTED Nict 2-bidroom older home with detached qaraqe and bedroom in bailment. In qood location. $13,000 JUST REDUCED 3-bedroom with full basement. Fully carpeted. $M,000 1959 FORD Six . . . $950 4 Door Sedan. Radio. Huter. Straight gian. Niw Upholitinng. One local owner. Clean as n pin. I960 CHEVROLET Corvair JI095 4 Door Sedan. Radio, Huter. Mra.ght gun. Clean. Oni owner. I960 CHEVROLET V-8 . 51495 4 Door Sedan. Radio. Heatsr. Or«ran-i. Ne- seat conn, One owner. Clean as can bo. FIVE POINTS MOTOR Company, Inc. MEMBERS Athtrton-btilUworth C«mpbtll Abitr«ct BUY or Sf II THIIOUCM A MEflLTdR DON I ALLEY, Realtor 419 N 8th Phone 8R 6-5730 BR 6-737S gft 6-7975 lo.S' CUBIC FOOT Deepfreeze, chest type. Call BR 6-3049. _ -Ipd FOR SALE: Dining room suite. Call after 3:30. BR 6-709-).. —3 PSSS-T! I}EY THERE! You can buy a new Phileo washer with four cyjlcs — two speeds and water level control for $174.88. II l:us a two year parts warranty and free service. That is the low- f^t price in Garden City and no trade necessary. You can buy it j on easy torm s at John's Furni- j ture, L'l^ South Main. —3 ! 20— Autos and Trucks, , ; FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1983 ! Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Auto- i nutic transmission, radio, heater. | \\heat Lands .Motel. — 16tf (First published in The Garden City Telegram, July IS. 1963; last nublished Auoruat 1. 1963.) STATE OF KANSAS. FIJWEY COITVTY. SS: IK THE PTSTRICT COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE JESS SMITH, d/b/ft/ JACK SMITH DITCHING. . . . Plaintiff. ATLANTIC 1 - PACIFIC LEASING. INC.. ATLANTIC-PACIFIC AUTO LEASING, INC.. ATLANTIC and PACIFIC AUTO LEASING COMPANY, . . . Defendant*. NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. llol!! THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: Atlantic-Pacific- Leaning, Inc., Atlantic Pacific Autn Leasmc. Inc., Atlantic rnrt Pacific Auto L^aalns Company. Defendants, and all other r""- Hong v;ho are or may he conerned: You are hereby notified that a peri- tion has been filed in t'i« PIMrlct Court of Flnnpy County. Huns.-.", hy Jeaa Smith d/b/n/ Jack Smith Ditch- Ins iniv'.ntr for iu.isrnent in the sum of J9.H1.4S with interest on the sum fif 5S.519.SO at the rate of 6% per annum until the name is paid, for coiita of au!t and other relief and you are hereby required to nleart to s'lid petition or or befoi-' the SOth day of Auirust, 1983. in ta'd court at Gar- 'len City, Kansas. ShouM you fail therei'n judgment ar.d decree "will hft entered in due course upon saiJ petition. .TKS3 SMITH d 'h/a/ .TACK SMITH DITCHING frsrden City. Kar.xaa CALIBAN. GREEN & CALIHAN ttar-len City, Kansas Attorney* fo r Plaintiff I SMALL TRACT fhoma> Gravet Auctior*er-Re«ltor ,., . , , , .,,0 r, Charming 3-bidroom. 1232 tq. ft. Lee Ki»ner and Son ! home on j acre plot. Three miles to Dan Talley Realteri Ji>ie Scott Rtaltoi > . town, low takes. Financing available. If vou w«ni "elbow room," 720 Jone* BR 6-3256 230-H; Save thru th» Multi-List Exchange! . Must sell ... 1961 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE . Black with gold and white interior. Automatic trinsmsiion, power steering and brakes. 17,000 actual miles. Wll consider older car on trede. 8R 6-3515 01 8R 4-3905 230-tf Estate IR »-473l—t.e SR 6-31 I/ 19o.' BUCK SPECIAL station- \\agun. three seated. BR 6-8038. 110S t: Chestnut. —1 1916 FORD > s ton pickup. > 2 mile east, '- 4 mile north of Pierceville. Ed 5-2135. —Ipd ! (Published in the Garden City Telegram, July 25, Auj. 1 and 8. 19tJ3.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS HOMER D. CAMPBELL. . . . PLAINTIFF, Ti. H. H. Kichnsr: H.. H. Kirchner; Wm. tt'onn: Twjn State Oil Company; C. J. WrighUman: George H. Anderson; Earl Lytal: Anton Schnltser; Tony Schnitaer; Tonev Schnits^r; Jo- cwph Schnltzer: Joe Sehnitirer; Rosa Cfcstwrighf Rr>aa C&rtwrixht: Rosa Schnitser Caxtwrisht Yarbrouyh: Rosa Schnitzer Y&rhroush: P.o;a Caroline Yarbrough: Johnnie Canwnsrht: Autruat Schnit- •;jr; Lloyd Sdinitaor: Helen Spraker: Floyd C. Schnitzer; Veniu Bell Artman: Betty Artman: Lea J. Behar; Jeanine Behar: Edith N. Sohr.itzer: Jaclc Cartwriarht: J. T. Cait•»-rijrht: Me.-r.l! Schnitter: John SohniUer; Betty Schniter: Maiir.e Schnifi«r: Wyr.ona Schnitaer; Fred* M&e Schnit^er: Jac!; T'r.o:r.»a Cartwright. Sr.: Catt-.erina Gr«n: K«.th- e.-ine Green: C»therir.e Green; E. H. Pence: LloydV G. Schn:t;*r: Rose Si-hmt-tr Cartvrijht; Edith Sch.iit- zev. Alice Schniuier. »nol the un- LIftALS known heirs «tfcutoro. Administrators, deviates, trustees, creditors Mid **il(rns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; tha unknown officers, successor*, trustee?, creditors and a.'3lffn3 of such of the defendants as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations: the unltnon-n executors, administrators, trustees creditor* and assigns of such defendants as are or *-ere partners or In partnership; and the un- knon-n guardians and trustees of such of the defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability: the unknotrn h»lrs, exccu. tons, administrators, devtee^p. trustees, creditors and a-'aigns of Kath- crlne Green. Joeeph Schnitzer; Anton Schnltzer and Roaa Caroline Yar- brouffh, deceased; the unknoirn spouses of th!> defendants and all other parties who ar* or may be concerned. . . . DEFENDANTS. NOTICE OF SUIT | No. 11518 The State of Kansas to the defendants above named and designated and all other persons who are or may be concerned. Tou are hereby notified that a petition hafl been filed in th» District Court of Flnney County, Kansas, by Homer D. Campbell. Plaintiff, praying for judgment that th« , plaintiff Is the owner in fe'e simple of the following described real <>«ate: The Southwest Quarter (SWVO and the Southeast Quarter (SEVJ) of the Northwest Quarter (NW4) of Section Thirty-fire (35) in Township Twenty-one (21) South, Range Thirty (30) West of the Sixth Prin. cipal Meridian in Finney County, Kansas; and praying thixt the court determine all adverse estates or interests which are claimed in said real property and that plaintiff's title thereto be quieted against you and each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by, through or under .you he forever barred and excluded from any title, estate or inUrest in. or Hen upon, or claim nqralnst the real property above described: tvnd you are hereby required to plead to najd petition on or before September 9th. 1963. in said court, at the court house in th-e City of Garden City. In Finney County, Kf nsaa. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon eelrt .petition. Homer D. Campbell, Plaintiff FLEMING. FI/KMING & VANCE Garden Cltv, Kansas Attorn-eys for Plaintiff ATTEST: G. Mae Purdy Clerk of the District Court (SEAL) Garden City Tetefraai Thursday, August 1,1 fo3 (Published in The Garden City Telegram, July 25, Aug. 1 and 8, 1963.) I I IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FTNNEY GOUTY. KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF SOLOMON STUKEY, DECEASED. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL CASE NO. 4043 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has be«n filed in said court by Earnest Stukey, Henry Stukey. Albert Arthur Stukey and Opal Violet Watson, as heirs, legatees and devisees of Solomon Stukey. deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the will of Solomon Stukey dated June r!. 1953, which js filed with said petition, and for the appointment of an administrator with will annexed with bond, 'and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 20th day of August 1963 at 3:30 P.M. of snid day in said court, in the city of Garden City in' Flnney County. Kansas, at which time and nlace said cauee will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon eaid petition. ' Earnest Stukey Henrj- Stukey •Albert Arthur Stukey Opal Violet Watson Petitioners LINLEY & FR'IGON Attorneys at Law Cimarron,' Kansas (First Published in The Garden City Telegram July 23. 1963; Last published August 8. 1963.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY GOUTY. KANSAS In the Matter of the estate of Allen B. Williams. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT NO. 3803 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS ' CONCERNED: • You are hereby notified that a netltion has teen filed in said court by Elizabeth Whitney Williams, F,::e- cuto r of the Will of Alien B. Wil)p.:ns. Deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, and for approval for her acts, prooe-edings Ulbricht Warns Of Speculation BERLIN (AP)-East German Communist boss Walter Ulbricht accused Western military force* Wednesday of illegal speculation in East Berlin and Indicated h« might try to restrict their movements in the Communist sector of the city. Ulbricht made the accusation ^before the East German Parliament, Ulbricht in effect accused the Western forces of buying goods in East Berlin for East marks bought in West Berlin at a rate more favorable than the official exchange. Ulbricht did not say whether hi. regime would attempt to prevent Western forces from entering the Communist part of divided Berlin or would try to search .them on entering. American, British .and French soldiers can mover freely between £.ast and West Berlin, provided they are Li uniform. They are not subject to search at the crossing point in the Berlin wall. This .is based on four- power agreements. —Whether buying or selling, use relegram Want AdjI . LEGALS and accounts as executor, arid also praying that the court determine the Iveirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportloH or part thereof to which each Is entitled, and distribute and assign the sam« to them in accordance with the' will of Allen B. Williams, deceased;' and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or be- for the 19th day of August, 1963, at 10:00 A.M. of said day, i. n said court in the City of Garden City Kansas, at which time and plac» said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and de. cree will be entered in due course, upon said petition. I Elizabeth Whitney Williams, Petitioner Dale- H. Corley Garden City, Kansas • Attorney for Petitioner (Published in. the Garden City Telegram' on the 1st day of August, 1963.) ORDINANCE NO. 632 • AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO AND FIXING THE SALARY OF A CERTAIN EMPLOYEE OF THE CITY OF GARDEN CITY. KANSAS: AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 560 SAID ORDINANCE ALSO BEING DESIGNATED AS SECTION 1-603 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF.GAR- DEN CITY, KANSAS. 1951. AND REPEALING. SAID ORDINANCE NO. 360 ALSO DESIGNATED AS SECTION 1-603. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Garden City, Kansas: Section 1. Ordinance No. .560. otherwise designated as Section 1-803 of the Revised '• Ordinances of the City of Garden City, Kansas. 1951. is hereby amended to-read as follows: • ' "Section 1-603, CITY MANAGER. Section 3. The City Manager shall receive as full compensation an annual salary of $10.500.00.' Section 3. Ordinance No. 560. otherwise designated as Section 1-603 of the Revised Ordinances of the City- of Garden City, Kansas, 1951, is hereby repealed. , . , Section 3. That this ordinance shall take effect on th? day of its publication, as provided by law. in t h n Garden City Telegram, the official ~ity napsr. PASSED Toy the Commission on the 24th day of July, 196.* SIGNED by the Mayor. Jame.i S.. Sloan Mayor ATTEST*: ".' : -; ' Ciias. R. Peebles • . • City Clerk CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer I -2. 3 4- 5 Co oo 31 37* 40 44 45 41 It* •2.7 34- >v HORIZONTAL i. rocks 7. kiss (archaic) 11. victory IS. studio equipment 14. be ill 15. Begrimed 17. negative 18. symbol for radium 38.force 39. exist 40. atpp! 41. wrongful dispossession 43. play on words •14. empty 4S. tardiest 48. being 1 49. cubic meters VERTICAL 1. gaze 2. test 3. lubricate 4. 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