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9—For Rent ONE BEDROOM ground floor unfurnished apartment. Adults. No pets. $60.00. Bills paid. BR 64323, ask for Lydia. —22tf THREE ROOM upstairs furnished apartment. BR 6-56G6. —5tf ONE Bedroom furnished apartment; gas, water paid. BR G- 7181 or BR 6-6754 after 5 p.m. -3U FURNISHED three room apartment, first floor, close in, adults. Call BR 6-8118. —5tf AIR CONDITIONED one person apartment. Nicely furnished, silk draw drapes, lamps, plaque, private bath. No pets. BR 6-3583. —Gtf ROOMS, 520 N. 9th. Call BR 66424 or BR G-3717 after 4 p.m. —7tf LARGE FURNISHED apartment. 401'/2 8th St. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —7tf MODERN TWO bedroom home, furnished Close to College. 618 10th. —7tf SLEEPING ROOMS. Private en trance. 619 N. Main. BR 6-4596 —12pd ONE BEDROOM furnished or unfurnished house. Call BR 6-3084 —12 TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment, upstairs, one child, water paid, 303 N. 5th. $50. BR G-5140 —lOtf 11—Real Estate FOR SALE BY OWNER: One and a half year old three bed room brick. IVa baths, full basement, attached garage. Fully carpeted, electric kitchen, lots oi 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. Laurel BR 6-7741 7-TF BY OWNER:. New two bedroom home, attached garage, utility Ceramic tile kitchen and bath birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 6 8025. —31tf FOR SALE: Three bedroom fenced back yard, aluminum Storms. 410 Davis, BR 6-7864. —lOpd FOR SALE by owner: Two bed room comfortable home. Nice closets, fenced back yard, com pletcly carpeted, drapes. 802 Summit. —12 NEW HOME $695 Down. $39.52 month. 6 closets, birch kitchen ceramic bath. Carpet, drapes Full basement semi-finished. At tached garage. Merlin Smith 1602 N. 9th. BR 6-4886. —17 1 lo—Mobile Homes HOME SALES [ 2—Fqrmqre Wonts & Serv. CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29U BOOK YOUR FERTILIZER NOW And SAVE Up To a ton GARDEN CITY CO-OP 238-240-242-H CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugeno Mason, Dccrficld, 42G-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, 04 A. Park Dr., Dayton 10, Ohio. —17 14—Want to Buy USED BABY bviggy, portable crib and vacuum cleaner. BR G-5506. —lOpd 15—Farm Machinery FOR SALE: 1959 Case ensilage cutter. BR 6-6200. —14pd 18—Household Needs SPECIAL For Back-To-School 2 NEW—50 FT 2-BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES Af I2fh and Kansas Garden City, Ks. Phone BR 6-4811 237-2T-H SAVE AT ULYSSES! Set the largest mobile horn* built to be pulled by on* truck. The Leiturama 24' x 54' ... folds down to 10' x 54'. Open Sundayi JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulyuei, Ki. FL 6-1414 v.. 202-TF Laughlin Electric $ Used Appliance Center at Five Points in Garden City Phone BR 6-4152 or BR 6-391 I USED T.V. SPECIALS Portable HOFFMAN (with stand) $79.95 ZENITH $79,95 Console SYLVANIA $69.95 2 Like New UTILITY KITCHEN CABINETS ea. $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 2 15.95, now $ 149.95 Hotpoint WASHER $69.96 Hotpoint (no vent necessary) WASHER-DRYER ... $139.95 Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR $49.95 Wizzard REFRIGERATOR $49.95 Squirrel-cage 4000 cfm AIR CONDITIONER . . $47.50 Upright Frigidaire FREEZER, real nice .. $139.95 18—Household Naeds SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Norge Upright (283 Ib.) FREEZER, NEW .. $129.95 Laughlin Electric FOR SALE: Evaporative cooler, 3500 CFM, 2 speed fnn and pump. BR 6-3009. —7tf FOR SALE dining table, chnirs, buffot, divan, coffee table, sla- tione.ry rocker. Zenith radio- phonograph, bed, m a 11 r e s s. springs, dresser, cedar chest, Ax- minisler rug, Nava.jo rugs, men's luggage, sowing machine, cooler, gas stove, miscellaneous. 807 N. 7th. BR 6-4216. —lOpd FOR SALE: Two used beds, Cheap! V.O. Ward Furniture. —10 FOR SALE — Heavy Kroohlcr hidc-a-bed and chair. BR 6-5640 —10 ROPER 36" gas range. Excellent condition. Must see to appreciate. Will sacrifice. BR 65223. —12 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Purebred German Shepherd pups. Excellent watch dogs. Reasonable. % mile West of Picrceville on North River road. Floyd Patee. —10 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 Experiments by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration show that 100 pounds of stony meteorite, when boiled at intense heat, yield three to four pounds of life-giving oxygen. LEGALS 20—Autos and Trucks 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. —10 214 N. Main BR 6-4152 230-3T-H LEAVING TOWN and wish to sell TV antenna, same as new, floor lamp, misc items. BR 67813. Contact until 11 a.m. or 45:30 p.m. —13 FOR SALE: Good used portable TV, ?50. BR 6-4018, — 1Q Must sell .'. . 1961 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE Black with gold and white Interior. Automatic transmission, power steer- in gand brakes. 17,000 actual miles. Will consider older car on trade. BR 6 3515 or BR 6-3905 238-IT 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 Tck'Knirn Aug. 3, 30, 17. 19GX) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNICY COUNTY, KANSAS J. D. EKWIN . . . PLAINTIFF VS. JOANN COLEBN ERWIN . . . DEFENDANT NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO JOAN COLLKKN ERWIN, un,l nil other person!) wlio arc iir may \it>. c;on- rcrntjd: You are notified tliut a petition has |M-<-:I filed in lint DiHtHcl Court, of FiMiiey County, Kansas by J. D. Krwln praying for a divorce- ami you are hereby required to plead to mud petition on or before tho. Kith day of Sept. 1%:!, in rmid court at Harden City, KUIWUH. Should yon fall therein judgment and decree will be entered in due courHG upon Hnld pleading. .1, D. 10KW1N, Plaintiff DITANE E. WKST Attorney for Plaintiff (.VI rat publinlied In the. Garden City Telegram July 27. 19011; la«t published August 10. J9KI.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS LEONARD If. SMIl'/I . . . PLAINTIFF VS. ANDREW J. EDMISTON: A. J. EDMISTON; J. S. McMAKTKH: JAMES 11. FULTON; UKOKGE U. PECK, TRUSTEE; GKOROE R. PECK; THE GARDEN CITY TOWN COMPANY; WM. W. COLEMAN; W. D. SHERMAN; E. J. DROWN; JKRRY BROLLIER; W. E. TRULL; C. J. JONES; THE EAU CLAIR LUMBER COMPANY; THE SUFFOLK TRUST & INVESTMENT CO.; EL8- BETII N. TRULL; EL8BETH ANN TRULL; CHARLES JOSEPH TRULL; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF FINNEY, STATE OF KANSAS; A. R. CLARK; WILLIAM K. TRULL; I. R. HOLMES; ANNA ELIZABETH TRULL; and ttie unknown heirs, executors, adminiHtmtora, devisees, trustees, creditors and atwiKnn of aiich of the: defendants a« may be deceased; the. unknown R]inii««« of the defendants; the unknown officers, sucoesHora, trustees, creditors and aaaigna of ouch defendants an are existing, dlsnolved or dormant ; the unknown c adminlMt nxtorfl, trustees, creditors, snccewors and awlgns of ftirh dn- fendantu as arc or were pjirl'icrs or In purtiiorshlp; and the unknown guardians and trustees of such of tho defendants an are minors or ni-o. in nnvwloo. under legal disability . . . .DEFENDANTS NOT1CK OF SUIT NO. ll.lil!) The State of Kansas to tho defend, nnta above mimed and designated, and all other persons who are or may lie concerned; You are hereby notified thai a petition IUIN been filed In the District Court of Flnney County, Kaunas, by Leonard H. Smith, plnlnllff. praying fo r judgment that wild plaintiff IH tlm owner In fen simple of tlio following d/'Hcribed rrnl OMtate: All of HloekB Bli and fvG. Original Plat or Harden City, KIIIIAIUI, nml n strip of land approximately Joo feot In width lyltiR betwoen the, north line of said Blneks fill nml fit), and tho south lino or the Alclilnun, Topokn and Santa Fn Railroad right-of-way, tlm eant lino of said strip being the extended eaat lino of said Block 1)5 and the wont lino of said strip being the oxtnndrd west line of «aid Block fiG, including vacated 12th Streot. Harden City, Kanwaw, from the north line of Santa Fe Street nortli to the south linn of the AtchiHon, Topeka and Snnta Fe Railroad right-of-way; and praying that the court determine all ndvcr.se ejtlnlcs or interests which are claimed In sold real property, and that plaintiff's title thereto bo quieted against you and each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by. through or under you he for- •ver barred and excluded from any title, estate or interest In. or lien upon, or claim against the real property above described; and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before September 7. 19G3, In said court, at. the court iise, in the City of Garden City. In Flnney County, Kansas. Should you foil therein. Judgment and decree will bo entered In due course, upon said petition. Leonard IT. Smith Plaintiff IIAAG & SAFFELS Garden City, Kansas Attorneys fo r Plaintiff Pag* 17 i City T Saturday, August 10, 1963 Shirt Betrays Insurance Man ST. JOSKPH, Mo. (AP) - A while shirt helped two U. S. deputy marshals find tlioir mnn. Tho deputies, Jim Whitnkrr and Walt Bryan were looking for Ernest Keith E 1 1 i s o n, 30, of v Splcknrd, Mo. A federal grnnd jury in Council Bluffs, Town, Indicted Ellison on 35 counts of writing instirniK'O policies on n nonexistent, company. Between Spicknrd and Trenton, tho marshals passed n pedestrian wearing n fresh white shirt tho other day. "Now who around hero would wear n white shirt except an in. stirance man?" Bryan wondered. "Let's nsk him," Whilakc replied. They stopped and picked the man up. It wais Ellison. Taken before a U. S. commissioner In St. Joseph, he is being held under $2,000 bond. Ellison admitted writing 35 or *' 40 insurance policies, federal officers said. "Is Uiat a good company?" he wa s asked. "Probably not," Ellison replied. "I started it myself." Trees in sandy and Ion in soils are hit by lightning more often than those in clay, m n r i or calcareous soils CROSSWORD • - - By Eugene Sheffer, 27 33 54 43 39 34 28 41 •31 Sto 32. C53 HORIZONTAL 1. wound incrustation 5. idiotic 9. valise 12. nimbus 13. above 14. wing 15. wide- mouthed Jar 16. celebration 17. barn 18. excavated 20. metallic material 22, cleaner 26. negative 27. salmon 28. water canals 33. blackbird 34. measure of length 35. owing 36. rebounded 38. heap 39. home of Abraham 40 attenuated 42. entrance 46. youth 47. past 48. football aim 50. let fall 84. jfiildecl 55. St. Vincent Millay 56. single- 57. Confederate Kuncrul 58. hardens 09. early garden 2. crow's call .'I. beverage- 4. eilgo 5. irregular verso G. actress: Gardner 7. touched 8. Instructor 0. comlemiiH 10. on tho sheltered 1. pronoun side Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Averife time of (olutluni II mlnaUi. (O 1W3, King Feature* Syud,, Inc.) CRYFTOQUZP8 8-10 31. Scottish Highlander 19. above 21. ut prcHcnt Umo 22. box 23. dlmlnlHh 24. Scandinavian name 2fi. priced 20. French mark* 30. mine cntranco 31. ChrlBtma* 82. germ 34. Illusions 87. awuy from 88, Iron- multar'* term 41. note In •cala 42. aatiata 43. curved molding 44. journeyed 4B, ore depoilt 49. Insect Dl. fishing poles 02, ilngle unll 63. writing uten»ll WZAI8 ENO XNAUQ UWMQM W Z-l XBLIASAZXA OALAUWB. Yesterday's Cryptoqulpi nUBFUL LANDLUBBER LONQEaJ FOR BE A I.KfJ.4.