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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 48c 1 day, per word Ac 2 days, per word I5e 6 days, per word 24e 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cosh hi advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturday* . 9:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only one Incorrect insertion. I .._<;rir.riol Notices 2—Miscellaneous Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Plooso Call BR 6-3232 botween 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper 2—Mrscehoneow ' 5—Business Service* WILL THE person that took the '• white coat from the Sweelhriar i Shop Wednesday please return at! once. If returned or paid immcd-| lately there will be no charges i filed. —lOpdj AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Leonard Hutton. 1021 Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-6596. -6U 3—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: Dog with collar, black: and white with brown (brin-j die). Part bull. Answers to name of Yogi. $25 reward. BR 6-6213, i Gary Spikes. —2tf 4—Personal Services FLNNKY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and rww construction. Power sewer machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. BR 6-3312. —20t/ ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p 1 e « s e g'.'nfj your udrlrcss and all num bcrs tig shown on a recent Issue. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-701] or BR 6-3718. 2—Miscellaneous MCVICKKR ana SCO'IT professional auction service, BR 6- &IU2, Garden City, Kansas. —22U FOR KENT - Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill lUififl, 903 North 9th. Phon c BR (5-0736 or 6-52-18. — iGtf KOIl SALE — At or ncnr wtiole- salg prices: New steel and pipe; Construction steel in beams, rcbars, remesh wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanized wire for cattle, hogs, sheep, fence panels or gates in 5 different sizes of mesh and lengths. Eastside Irnn on highway 50 on thb east side of Garden City. Phone UK G-3189. ' — 27tf !35,000 BTU Homart forced air wall j ('unifier;, excellent condition. I Call Elliott 5-037!). —12 j (,'AIU'KTS a fright? Make them i a beautiful sight wilh Blue Lustre. Kent electric shampoocri $1. McChmg and Pnyne. —0 ' KOFI KALE: One No. 2 Fill Toledo i (dreader complete. 2'/i" to 4"; on P 2'/ii" to 4" rigid pipe cutter; i one 0" compound leverage pipe wrench. J.N. Slringcr, Mullin-] ville, Kans. Li 8-3552. — \2 FOR SALE: Two new camper lift on anrl off jacks. Will sacrifice, nil 6-7291. —atfi BABY BUGGY, baby jumper J potty chair. All nice. $7.50 1307 N. Main. —12 FOll SALE: Physical Science! and World Geography. BH 6-! BOM. —9 : FOR SALE: FrifiiKing auto air conditioner. Good condition. $!lo| BR G-5507. —12 DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Den ni s Atherton at 805 E. Chestnut at your convenience. No telephone. —20tf FRED SALINAS Yard Service. Planting lawns, mowing lawns. Trimming evergreen;, and hedge. BR 6-7500. —10 j 6—Good Things To fat i ^—^^———^————••— | FIELD RUN potatoes for sale. I $1.75 per bag, 100 or more for less. 4 north and 4 west on Highway 83 Phone BR 6-6244. —3tf FOR SALE: No. 1 potatoes, priced reasonable. Call BR 6-6244. -27tf i—Business Services CUSTOM DISC rolling on your i farm. Powell's disc rolling service. S a t i s f a ction guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. Garden City. — 12tf i YOUR COPY of HOW is in the mail. For additional information call Culbrcath Plumbing. BR 6-7870. —Itf ROCKY FORD cantaloupe, OMa- hoina watermelons, Missouri vine ripe tomatoes, home grown cucumbers. Laughlin Market, 211 N. 8th. —9d RED PONTJAC and while cob bier potatoes for sale. Whites $1.00 per sack, you pick out of pile. Four miles west of Holcomb on Highway 50, Robert Katz.—10 8—Situations Wanted WORK WANTED by 15 year old boy. Mike Paasch. BR 6-7224. —10 9—For Rent FOR RENT — Apartment, beau- tifuly furnished, buffet style. See it. Reasonably priced. Warren Hotel, BR 6-3221. —21U Ho—Mobile Hornet HOME SALES ONE BEDROOM ground floor unfurnished apartment. Adults. No pets. $60.00. Bills paid. BR 64323, ask for Lydia. —22tf FOR RENT OR SALE — Two bedroom house near city limits. Available arjund Sept. i. Write Box W-104 % The Telegram. —9pd FOR SALE; Good used mowers. Const-To-Coast Phone BR f>- 547 1. ' . -zstf 6 '.'I Gideon Baptist Church Bonds for silk-. Interest paid semiannually. Write Rev. Martin Halstin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansns 7tf POP soil for yards, deiivere; Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sanrl Company. —31'.f CONRARDY PLUMBING Jerome J. Conrardy • Sewer Cleaning • Service Work • Contracting on new construction & remodeling. Call BR 6-6751 237-2T-H FRONT TIRES wearing uneven? call Fansler's BR 6-4323 for guaranteed front-end alignment service. —9 WHITE POTATOES, Graded No. 1 — 50 Ibs. $1.45; No. 2 — $1.50 per 100 11). Farmer's Market opposite Drive In Theatre. —12 THREE ROOM upstairs furnished apartment. BR 6-5666. —5tf TWO BEDROOM attached garage, utility room. Fenced back yard. $95. BR 6-8120. —10 SPECIAL For Back-To-School 2 NEW—50 FT 2-BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES At 12th and Kansas Garden City, Ks. Phone BR 6-4811 237-2T-H 17—Seeds, Peed* SEED CLEANING and TREATING Portable or Stationary SEED CLEANERS. Call for Appointment Before The Rush. BEST SEED COMPANY 102 S. 9th BR 6-6921 231-H ONE Bedroom furnished apartment; gas, water paid. BR 67181 or BR 6-6754 after 5 p.m. -3tf FURNISHED three room apartment, first floor, close in, adults. Cal| BR 6-8118. —5tf 7—Help Wanted WANTED: Waitress, afternoon shift Apply in person. Jade Ca(c. ' —itf WANTED CONCESSION help. Garden Drive-In. Apply in per- yon. —10 PARTIALLY FURNISHED one bedroom house, bills paid. Adults. BR 6-5264 —9 SLEEPING ROOM for working men. 1205 N. Ninth. —Stf AIR CONDITIONED one person apartment. Nicely furnished, silk draw drapes, lamps, plaque, private bath. No pets. BR 6-3583. -6tf WANTED: Lady for .general of-| fice work, experience required. Good starting salary and benefits. Write Box V-103. —2tf ELECTRONIC WHEEL balancing Quint's Automotive. 8th and Fulton. BR 6-5332. —9 WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Nccly's A-G —21tf EXCELLENT ONE ton Frigi- daire window 220 air conditioner. Wheat Lands Motel. — 6tf THEATRE SEATS for sale7$l 00 per section. Town Theatre. Sec Chuck Rees, State Theatre. —10 SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden Ciry George Smith B3-TF SECTION IRRIGATED LAND Near Garden City! A very Fine 8-room brick home. Barn, 2-car garage. TERMS: 29% DOWN BALANCE IN 6 YEARS AT 6%. TOMMY GRAVES AUCTIONEER — REALTOR 1209 Jones—5 Points, Garden City, Kansas Business—BR 6-7141 Residence—BR 6-4247 237-IT IZZY VILLARREAL linoleum and carpet service. Buy elsewhere. 411 Washington. —H-19pd DON'T PASS UP- Immediate employment of married man, 2140, for top notch sales opportunity. $117 per week guarantee. For a man looking for a sale s career — here's the opportunity of a lifetime Write Box Y-106 % The Telegram. —10 ROOMS, 520 N. 9th. Call BR 66424 or BR 6-3717 after 4 p.m. -7tf LARGE FURNISHED apartment. 401'/j 8th St. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —'vtf MODERN TWO bedroom home, furnished Close to College. 618 10th. —7tf WANTED: Saleslady, age 30-45, previous sales experience helpful but not necessary. Long time resident of Garden City desirable. Salary plus commission. Contact Kansas State Employ, ment office, 7th and Spruce.—7tf 8—Situations Wanted WANTED — School sewing. BR C-6409, Mrs. George Redd, 1803 Kello. —9pd WOULD LIKE to care for aged people in my home. BR 6-7974. —12 We Still Have a Few. Left Hot Point Washer & Dryer SALE! GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST JUST REDUCED 3 Bedroom, detached qaraqe, alum- i mum itorrn windows. Near junior ^qh. Was $12,000.00—Now $10,800.00 3 Bedroom, attached qaraqe. very clpdn throuqhout. Wai $14,000.00—Now $13.600.00 2 Bedroom, detached qaraqe, larqe yard. Was $°,;50.00—Now $8,500.00 10'. Down Will Handle Atherton Stallsworth Agency 101 I E. Fulton BR 6-5262 JE$5E$COir HEALTORS 107 3 CYCLE WASHER All porcelain inside and out- Large capacity MATCHING DRYER All porcelain inside and out— Large capacity $168.88 . w. t. $128.88 w. t. BR6-616) The quiet east tide location .the huqe trees, the bnautilul and cool lawn and qreen shrubs—everythinq you want in a home (unless you iuit have to have a new ono on a S bare lot). Tim line older home hai a 22 loot carpeted livinq room, remodeled kitchen with eatinq area, a larqe, averaqe and tiny bedroom, tiled bath and basement finished. Sprinkler system, under-sited qaraqe • and corner lot are just some of the ' extras. Substantially reduced in price. I Fedders Air Conditioners 2J HP — 220 VOLT .'... $299.95 2 HP — 220 VOLT $249.95 11 HP — 220 VOLT with timer $ 199.95 I HP — 110 VOLT $ 169.95 Motorola Portable Television 19" PORTABLE with stand $ 129.95 LAUGHLIN ELECTRIC 214 N. Main BR 6-4152 236-3T JWorSEU THROUGH A EDITOR FOR SALE $1 100 DOWN N-ct 2bi'dtoom with attached qe- '^ r jf. Cm peted living room and haM. Piesont lean is a 41 °. Gl loan whn.h m.iy bp aisumod. DON T ALLEY. Realtor 419 N 8th Phone ER 6-5730 BR 6-737B BR 6-7V75 AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. I 10 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 SOLD OUT That's riqht, all K»y Homei sold. ! Five new 3 bdrm., full basement homos under construction in East > Villaqe. i $450.00 Down ! $102. Month ! For details CONTACT: ! A Step in the Right Direction HOME OWNERSHIP Made possible thru one of Our Loans IXoal Estnte BR 6-4731— Eve. BR 6-31 17 Buildinq lots i commercial lots. Incomu business for sale. 1217 Parkwood j Three bedroom v*ith finished baie- j rnunt, tile bath and many extras, ! Drive by, if you liku what you see, CdM u» for an appointment. TOMMY GRAVES Realtor—Auctioneer Call at our Agency or Phone 6-3171 THE RAILROAD BUILDING LOAN & SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Assets $41,884,605 1209 Jonei Ave. - Fiv Garden City, J - Points len City, Kansas ; Bus 6-7141 Res. 6-4247 Save thru th» L---n. Lai-je caipott-d living, . . . , . , Aiiochtd gdiaqe Excellent; IVlUlTI-LlST down. Im- i $13.500.00 Exchange! The Carter Acjency 105-107 E. Laurel Phone 6-3171 84 years of business service in Garden City C. W. Charlsen Field Man J. O. Carter Agent SLEEPING ROOMS. Private entrance. 619 N, Main. BR 6-4596 —12pd HOUSE FOR rent. Call BR 63858. _g ONE BEDROOM furnished or unfurnished house. Call BR 6-3084 —12 11—Real tstare FOR SALE BY OWNER: One and a half year old three bedroom brick. IVi baths, full basement, attached garage. Fully carpeted, electric kitchen, lots of storage. Patio. Excellent school location. 605 Harding. BR 6-7433. —10 HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. l«ur*l BR 6-7741 7-TF BY OWNER: New two bedroom home, attached garage, utility. Ceramic tile kitchen and bath, birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 68025. FOR SALE: Three bedroom, fenced back yard, aluminum storms. 410 Davis, BR 6-7864. -lOpd FOR SALE by owner: Two bedroom comfortable home. Nice closets, fenced back yard, completely carpeted, drapes. 802 Summit. ' —12 SAVE AT ULYSSES! See the largest mobile home built to be pulled by one truck. The Leisurama 24' x 54' . . . foldi down to 10' x 54'. Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 202-TF 18— Household 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29U CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. _3tf WANTED: HAY hauling. Call BR 6-3930. —14pd 13—Want to Rent AN NCR FAMILY moving to town Sept. 8th or 9th wants to rent an unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom house with full basement and fenced in back 'yard. Write to Earl Montford, 64 A. Park Dr., Dayton 10, Ohio. —17 14—Want to Buy USED BABY buggy, portable crib and vacuum cleaner. BR 6-5506. —lOpd 15—Farm Machinery FOR SALE: 1959 Case ensilage cutter. BR 6-6200. —14pd 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Purebred German Shepherd pups. Excellent watch dogs. Reasonable. % mile West of Pierceville on North River inad. Floyd Patee. —10 FOR SALE: Screw-tail Bulldog pups. BR 6-3694. —9 BORDER COLLIE puppies, $5.00. BR 6-8112. —9pd FOR SALE: Started Bird Dog — Pointer, one year old, in excellent condition. Perfect for this season's 'hunting. Partially trained. Contact after 6, BR 6-7985. —12pd 17—Seeds, Feeds HAVE YOUR , Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting In Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 235-237-239-H New Homes — Good Older Homes 2 bedroom house with finished room in basement. Good west side location. 3 bedroom with full basement and carpet—excellent school location. 2 years old. $13,500. 4 bedroom near St. Mary's with fireplace and carpet. Air conditioned. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 One of the nicest brick two bedroom houses in town. Pat's Drive. Air conidtiond with finished basement. Landscaped with patio. 3 bedroom home with attached garage. New carpet in living room. Gl 44% loan $79.00 monthly payments. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 236-TF 237-H Business Building FOR SALE only $21,000 Good Down Town Location TERMS: 30% Hrst Year, Balance Over a Five-Year Period. Interest At 6%. LOT 334' x 30' x US' A Good Office Location Building In Good Repair See Atherton-Stallsworth REALTORS ION E. Fulton Phone BR 6-5262 L. CLYDE & HOWARD MIDYETT on vacation Call: Atherton—Home Tel. 6-4076 Warner—Home Tel. 6-5698 Dale—Home Tel. 6-7827 236-3T FOR SALE: Evaporative cooler, 3500 CFM, 2 speed fan and pump. BR 6-3009. — 7t£ Laughlin Electric 3 .Used Appliance Center at Five Points in Garden City Phone BR 6-4152 or BR 6-3911 USED T.V. SPECIALS Portable HOFFMAN (with stand) $79.95 ZENITH $79.95 Console SYLVANIA $69.95 2 Like New UTILITY KITCHEN CABINETS ca. $14.95 Apt. Size Gas STOVE $24.95 36" Gas RANGE $29.95 36" Elec. GE RANGE, good ... $39.95 24" Gas RANGE $59.95 Elec. Combination OVEN & SURFACE UNIT was 215.95, aow $149.95 Hotpoint WASHER $69.96 Hotpoint (no vent necessary) WASHER-DRYER ... $139.95 Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR .... $49.95 Winard REFRIGERATOR .... $49.95 Squirrel-cage 4000 cfm AIR CONDITIONER . . $47.50 Upright Frigidaire FREEZER, real nice .. $139.95 SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Norge Upright (283 Ib.) FREEZER, NEW .. $129.95 Laughlin Electric 214 N. Main BR 6-4152 230-3T-H FOR SALE dining table, chairs, buffet, divan, coffee ta'ble, stationery rocker, Zenith radio- phonograph, bed, mattress, springs, dresser, cedar chest, Ax- minister rug, Navajo rugs, men's luggage, sewing machine, cooler, gas stove, miscellaneous. 807 N. 7th. BR 6-4216. —lOpd SELLING OUT a number of used Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirfby Vacuum Cleaner Company. Two blocks east of Bowling Alley. —9 FOR SALE: Good used portable TV, $50. BR 6-4018. —10 FOR SALE: Two used beds, Cheap! V.O. Ward Furniture. —10 tag* 4 C»nrdon rity Telegram Friday, August 9, 1963 20—Autos and Tniek& FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Wheat Lands Motel. —16tf 1946 Ford pickup with 1953 Mercury engine, $155, 1940 Chev. good tires, runs good, $65. Call BR 6-5743. —10 1958 Chevrolet station wagon, 35,000 actual miles. Automatic transmission. Will trade or finance. BR 6-3830. —10 23—Instruction WILL ACCEPT a few additional piano students. Mrs. E.T. Crawford. BR 6-5722. —lOpd LEGALS (Published in the Garden City Telegram July 12, 19, 26 and August 2 and 9, 1963.; NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING THE PROPOSED AMENDING OF PROVISION (C)-4 OF SECTION 19-208 REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS. 1951. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Public notice is hereby given that the City Commissioners of the City of GarJen City, Kansas, upon their own motion are considering amending provision (c)-4 of Section 19-20S, of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Garden, City, Kansas to provide as follows: "CM The Ituof projection on any dwelling in txcesa of twenty-four (-'4) inches shall be considered in determining the required front and n-ar net bark for a building i-i that particular district. Further, wherever reference is made in any of the zoning regulations to the set back required for a building with respect to the side yard lot line, the distance of the 31-1 bai.'k specified shall be mea^ui-ed from the further- point of projf.ion of the eve ari'l iit<t from the oids wall of sudi building." You are furtrr notified that a public hearing as to sudi proposed amenJm.-nt will be held by the Garden City-Finney County Metropolitan Area Planning Commission in the City Commission room at the City Hall, Garden City, Kansas on the 13th day o£ August. 1963. 'at 9:30 I |J = Waitress Gives Tip on Lively Elderly Couple By ROBERT PETERSON CAPE ELIZABETH, Me. The waitress in the cafe was pretty and chatty. She asked what I did, and I told her I wrote about lively retired people. "You ought to talk to the Jimmy Powells up the street in that yellow house," she volunteered. "They spend their summers her e and their winters in Florida. And they've each got a business — he fixes up old houses and sh« buys antiques." They sounded like exemplary elders, so I finished my coffee and headed for the'yellow house. It was a cozy cottage with green shutters set back from the road and seemed to be floating in a meadow of waving pale green grass. There were masses of pink rambler roses by the doorway and half a mile away the blue sea glistened in the afternoon sun. "Come in and sit down," said Powell when I knowcked and introduced myself. He's a chunky, affable man retired from a textile machinery firm. "Yes, I retired at 65 and we haven't had a dull moment since." He introduced me to his wife who had been ironing in the kitchen and joined us in the living room that was filled with antiques ranging from racks of old china to ancient clocks and colorful glassware. "We're in Maine from May to October. Then we hop in the car and drive slow and easy to Florida where we have a little house near Vero Beach. We're there until May and then drive back. It's the ideal way to live — gives you a change of scene and the cream of the climate the year round." What about their hobbies? "We've got two of them," said Mrs. Powell, a neat, brown-eyed woman with 'a pleasant smile.' "One is buying old houses, fixing them up, and selling them. In the past 13 years we've bought and sold ten different houses — and made a little money on every one." How do they go about it? "We keep our eyes open for small houses with possibilities. When we see one for sale at a good price we buy it — always financing the purchase through a bank so we don't tie up our capital. My husband is handy with tools — loves to install cabinets, fix doors, and that sort of thing. And I love interior decorating. So we do a good bit of the work ourselves. "Our other hobby is antiques. We go to auctions and sales and in the fall pack our purchases in the back seat and trunk of the car and sell them to antique shops en route to Florida. Take this china bowl and pitcher," she said, showing me her latest acquisition. I picked it up yesterday at a country auction for six dollars. I know three or four shops that will give me $35 for it." "Retirement w o u 1 d n't be much fun," concluded Powell, "stuck in one place with little to do. But with two homes and two hobbies that add to our income we seem to enjoy every minute." Few retirees have built ci stimulating and diverse a life for themselves as this couple. Yet there is nothing in the Powell plan which cannot be emulated by others who are reasonably healthy and imaginative. Retirement is what we make it — and the possibilities are unlimited. Social Welfare Closes Cottages ATCHISON, Kan. (AP)-Two of five cottages at the Kansas Children's Receiving Hom e in Atchison have been ordered closed by the State Board of Social Welfart for economic reasons. The Legislature reduced th« home's budget from $366,076 to $304,925, effective July 1, making the closing a necessity, Kenneth G. Keller of Topeka, assistant rector of institutional management, said. "The Legislature, by its action, made it known to us that it intended for us to reduce the population at the home and that w« are not to maintain state wards at Atchison but place them in foster homes, group care homes or other slate institutions," Keller said. Th e home, housing 72 children, will be reduced to approximately 50, and 10 members of the staff of'56 will be dismissed. Currency -iesigns are the work of a small staff of Bureau of Engraving and Printing artists. LEGALS o'clock A.M., at which time any in- tereateU persons will be heard. THE GARPEN CITY-FINNET COUNTY METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COMMISSION By: Howard T. 'JSlanchanJ Chainna* ,

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