CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 48e 1 day, per word Ac 3 days, per word 1 Be 6 days, per word 24e 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cash 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. I—<",Deciol Notices 2—Miscellaneous Garden City Residenti If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekday! 4:00 p.m. Saturday! Please Call BR 6-3232 betwoon 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper IFOR SALE: Good used mowers, i ! Const-To-Coast Phone BU 6-i I 5171. ' _25tf: 6 '"„ Gideon Baptist Church Bonds; for sale. Interest paid semi- ', , annually. Write Rev. Martin Ral-j j slin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansas — 7tf j ATTENTION' MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram .siilK.cription please sen<j your address and all num bers as ulinwn on a recent issue. —IU ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Cenlor. Write Box 713 for free Literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phono BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. 2—Miscellaneous MCVICKJill anu SCOTT professional auction service, BR 66402, Garden City, Kansas. -22 tf FOR RENT — Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill I Ragrl, 903 North 9th. Phone BR ! 8-673(5 or 6-52-18. — tGtf "\ TWO WHEEL trailer. 4 ft x 4 ft. x 8 ft. completely enclosed. Also fitted larp. 504 N. 3rd. — Kipd FOR SALE: .30-06 caliber deer j rifle. Excellent condition. BR , 0-5743. —12 ..... - ..... ..... I SOPHOMORE BOOKS for sale; For information call BR 6-3R19. ' — 13pd DRIVING to California Tuesday, lake two passengers. Share. BR (i-4514. — 12pd "SJS, ' FOR SALE — At or near wholesale prices: New steel and pipe; Construction steel in beams, rebars, remesh wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanized wire for cattle, hogs, sheep, fence panels or Rates in 5 different sizes of mesh and lengths. East- j side Iron on highway 50 on the j east side of Garden City. Phone BR 6-3189. —27tf 35,000 BTU Homart forced air wall furnace, excellent condition, ! Call Elliott 5-6379. —12 FO'R SALE: One No. 2 BR Toledo! threader complete. 2'/a" to 4"; on ( . 2'V to 4" rigid pip c cutter; i one <>" compound leverage pipe wrench. .T.N. Stringer, Mullin-j villo, Kans. Li 8-3.V>2. —12' FOR SALE: Two new camper lift on and off jacks. Will sacrifice. BR 6-7291. — Olf FOR SALE: FrigiKing auto airi conditioner. Good condition. $90 BR 6-5507. —J2 WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can he purchased at any Garden Cify grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G ' -21tf EXCELLENT ONE ton Frigi- dnire window 220 air conditioner. Wheat Lands Motel. —fitf FOR SALE: Sunbeam electric Clipmaster Animal Clippers $30. Call BR 6-4475 evenings. —14 5—Business Services CUSTOM DISC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling serv. ice. S a t i s f a ction guaranteed Phone BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. Garden City. -12lf TOP soil for yards, deliverer Dial BR 6-3771 Smith Saml ''nmnany. —31'J 1ZZY VILLARREAL linoleum and ! . carpet service. Buy elsewhere '•• 411 Washington. —II-19pd SMITH" , SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Baclthoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden Ctry George Smith S3-TF FINNEY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and new construction. Power | sewer machine. All makes and j models of appliances serviced, | BR 6-3312. —20tfj ALIGNMENT of your car's front- enl by Fansler's experts will give ! you safety and savings. Call BR 6-4323. Guaranteed service. —121 GUARANTEED MUFFLER ser-j vice Quint's Automotive. 8th ; and Fiilton BR 6-5332. —12 i i 7—Help Wonted | WANTED DISHWASHER, apply 1 in person. Coffee Ann. —12tf 8—Situations Wanted Page 6 ftitnlon Illy Telegram Monday, August 12, 1963 WOULD LIKE to care for aged i people in my home. BR 6-7974. i -12 WANTED — Bookeeping in my home. Experienced. Past positions in ASC and other govern- j moiit offices. BR 6-4975 —13pd IRONINGS, 10 C per piece. Phone 6-7407. —12pd! 9—For Rent FOR RENT — Apartment, beau lifuly furnislied, buffet style.! See it. Reasonably priced. War- j ren Hotel, BR 5-3221. —2111, SLEEPING ROOM for working! men. 1205 N. Ninth. —8tf; I ONE B E D R 0 0 M furnished i apartment. Adults only. The; Virginian Court. —I2tf! ONE BEDROOM ground floor unfurnished apartment. Adults. No pets. $60.00. Bills paid. BR 64323, ask for Lydia. —22tf! Po,pe Paul Hopeful On Peace Prospects CASTEL GONDOLFO, Italy (AP)—Pope Paul VI says he hopes for "ample and fruitful increases towards world peace" as a result of indication., of easing in cold war tension. The Pope addressod a crowd of 3,000 gathered for his beessing at his summer palace at Castel Gondolfo, Italy, Sunday. Still Contender at 40? By ROBERT PETERSON At Yankee Stadium the other day it was interesting to note in the program that none of the resident players is past 40. In j fact. Yogi Berra at 38 is the senior citizen of the Yankee sandlot. | It made me suspect that those ] who recruit and train players i are most likely influenced by : ancient beliefs that no one past 40 is a serious athletic contender. Actually, there's no scientific evidence that passing this Young Hobby Club Hangers and Cups Needed for Game THREE ROOM upstairs furnished apartment. BR 6-5666. — Stf ONE Bedroom furnished apartment; gas, water paid. BR 67181 or BR 6-6754 after 5 p.m. -Stf By CAPPY DICK A wire coat hanger, five paper cups and 10 bottle caps are the equipment needed or the moving target game which is today's fun • project for boys and girls. AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner S ales and Service. Leonard Hutton, 1021 Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-6596. —6tf NEW MODEL used Airway Vacuum Cleaner with attachments. $50.00 Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company, two blocks east of Bowling Alley. —12 6—Good Things To Eat FIELD RUN potatoes for sale, $1.75 per bag, 100 or more for less. 4 north and 4 west on Highway 83. Phone BR 6-6244. —Stf WHITE POTATOES, Graded No. 1 — 50 Ibs. $1.45; No. 2 — $1.50 per 100 Ib. Farmer's Market opposite Drive In Theatre. —12 7—Help Wanted WANTED: Waitress, afternoon shift Apply in person. Jade Cafe. —itf 3—Lost, Found, Strayed WANTED: Lady for general office work, experience required. Good starling salary and benefits. Write Box V-103. —2tf LOST: Dog with collar, black and white with brown (brindle). Part bull. Answers to name of Yogi. $25 reward. BR 6-6213, Gary Spikes. —2tf «-*•— «"— on long wheel base custom pick-j DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Den up. Ixnv mileage. Must sell. Own cr going to Europe. 322 N. 11th. —14pd'elephone. ni s Atherton at 805 E. Chestnut at your convenience No —20 tf 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 Employment office, 7th and Spruce.—7tf KILL THOSE FLIES! For Complete Fly Control Use Ortho Fly Killer D Contains DIBROMOfi Satisfaction Guarantee or Money Back Bes/ Seed Company 102 S. 9th BR 6-6921 231-H OPENINGS IN Garden City area 'for positions with Sarah Coventry Jewelry. Earn $30-$50 part time, $80 - $100 full time per week. Car and phone essential. Housewives invited to inquire. Write Sandra Hastings, Box 1110, Dodge City, Kans. —23 GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST JUST REDUCED ! 1 Bedroom, dot rt cried qrtrage, alum- nurri storm windows. Near junior Was $12.000.00—Now $10,800.00 3 Bedroom, attached qaraqe, very cle.in throughout. Was $14,00" 00—Now $13,600.00 2 Bedroom detached qaraqe, larqe yard. Was $9 iSO.OO—Now $8.500.00 10°, Down Will Handle Atherton Stallsworth Agency 101 I E Fulton 8R 6 5262 AL WOODS Roal Estate Mgr. I 10 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Evo. 6-3164 3-bedroom. Large carpeted living room. Attached garage. Excellent lawn and trees. 10*'. down. Immediate poiseiiicm! $13,500.00 SALESMAN _ Career minded representative, age 2-1-40, need ed by leading food service equipment and supply company. Salary of $150.00 per week plus hotel allowances during two weeks of training in Chicago to sell China, Glassware. Silverware, Kitchen Utensils and Equipment, Furniture and Furnishings, Linens, Paper Goods, and Janitor Supplies to Hotels, Restaurants, Club.s. Hospitals, Schools and Institutions. Liberal commissions with $150.00 per week drawing account arrangement upon starting on territory. Territory available consists of Garden City, Lamar, Pueblo, Durange, Walscn- burg, Ilalon, Liberal, I) o d g e City, Garden Cify, Kansas, Colo., N.M., Terr. Write complete details to Philip J. Green, Personnel Director, EDWARD DON & COMPANY, 2201 South LaSalle Street, Chicago 1G, Illinois. 12nd FURNISHED three room apartment, first floor, close in, adults. Cal| BR 6-8118. -5tf AIR CONDITIONED one person apartment. Nicely furnished, silk draw drapes, lamps, plaque, private bath. No pets. BR 6-3583. —6tf ROOMS, 520 N. 9th. Call BR 66424 or BR 6-3717 after 4 p.m. -7tf LARGE FURNISHED apartment. 401 Vi 8th St. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —7tf MODERN TWO bedroom home, furnished Close to College. 618 10th. ' —7tf SLEEPING ROOMS. Private entrance. 619 N. Main. BR 6-459G —12pd Wire Holds Paper Cups 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 6-5140 —lOtf 11—Real Estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 173 W. Laur.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. —31tf FOR SALE by owner: Two bedroom comfortable home. Nice closets, fenced back yard, completely carpeted, drapes. 802 Summit. —12 FOR SALE by owner. Three bedroom, storms, fence, low equity. 410 Davis. 14pd FOR SALE: Three bedroom brick homo with full basement, attached garage. One year old. BR 6-3585. —12 12—Formers Wonts & Serv. CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29tf 13—Wont 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 j and fenced in back 'yard. Write to Earl Montford, 64 A. Park Dr., Dayton 10, Ohio. —17 15—Form Machinery FOR SALE: 1959 Case ensilage cutter. BR 6-6200. —14pd 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry 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 11o—Mobile Homes SAVE AT ULYSSES! See the largest mobile home built to bo pullod by one truck. The Leisurama 24' x 54' . . . folds down to 10' x 54'. Opan Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 202-TF 12—Farmers Want; & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and staek- ing, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. —3tf WANTED: HAY, hauling.' Call BR 6-3930. —14pd HOUSES FOR SALE SOLD AHEAD New large 4-bedroom home with family room, fire place, 2-car qa- raqe, storage, air-conditioned modern kitchen. New larqe 3-bdroom, basement, 2- car qaraqe, 2J baths, air-conditioned, modern kitchen and fireplace. t KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY ! BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 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 RYE SEED for sale. Call BR 66508. Floyd Hands. —14 Nice 3-bedroom, bricl home with -, family room, carpeted throughout, air-conditioning, excellent east side ! location. , ! Two year old 3-bedroom home with basement. Carpet and good school location. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 238-TF FOR SALE $1 tOO DOWN MiCf : bedroom with attached qa i a q e . Carpeted living room and hd!l. Pttsunt loan is d 4^ ** Gl loan 3 built — 6 sold! 3 bedroom, full basement, FHA (i- n.inced and easy to buy. $102 per month. hich m ay o aiiu mud. DON TALLEY, Realtor 4(9 N Bth Phona 2R 6-5730 BR 6-737-v BR 6-7975 8 LJ i I d i' - y luti & comrrercidl loti. Income b j 11 n e i • for idle. i*!!/ Parkwood three fccdroum v-ith Itniihed baie- • n c n t 11 i o bath and many e x 11 a v. Drive by, if you like what you see, trth u> for an appointment. TOMMY GRAVES Ru.'jil or—Au'ciiont«r U ; UV Jonci Ave. - Five Potnh Garden City, Kama* But. o-7i4l R«i. 6-4247 Heal Estate BR 6-4731—Eve. BR 6-31 17 MEMBERS Atherton-Stallsworth Cjmpbell Abstract Thomas Graves. Auctioreer-Realtor Hetnemann Aqency Lee Kiinor and Son Don Tallev Realton Jenu Scott Realto i \ Save thru the ! Multi-List % Exchange! AT AUCTION THE FAIRWAYS MOTEL LARNED, KANSAS TUESDAY, AUG. 20th, 2:30 P.M. This is a new new Motel on U.S. Highways 56 and 156 within the city. The motel has 19 units, IS sinqle a.nd I double, all are air conditioned, tub and shower baths, TVs and telephones all rooms, very nice furnishinqs. Large lobby with car port, large attractive sign, all paved drives and parking area. The Motol has deep set back wth expansive grassed lawn, has 376 ft. Hiway frontage with abundance of room for expansion, all city facilities. It is located just across the Hiway from th« cty golf club, a FINE LOCATION. Lamed is a fine city of 5000, has fine schools, churches of many denominations, is the trading center of a prosperous area and near OLD FORT LARNED, a Tourist attraction. If you are interested in ownlnq a fine motel, be sure to attend this sale. Write or call (or descriptive sale bill. WAGNER & CUTTELL THE AUCTIONEERS 727 So. II St., Lincoln, Nebraska Tel 432-2627 239-243 HAVE YOUR Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting in Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 235-237-239-H 18—Household Needs LEAVING TOWN and wish to sell TV antenna, same as new, floor lamp, misc items. BH 67813. Contact until 11 a.m. or 45:30 p.m. —13 Figure 2 shows how the game is played. The player with the paper cup s held by the wire I moves them in an arc. The j other player, holding the 10 bottle caps and standing 10 feet away, tosses them at the target, attempting to land them in the cups. To prepare for the game, use pliers to bend the wire coat hanger to the shape shown in Figure 2. Before forming t a e smaller hook at one end, spear the paper cups with the wire, spacing them as shown in the illustration. The player tvith the cups holds the wire by the larger hook and making slow sweeps of about 12 per minute. As the cups are moved, the other player tosses the bottle caps at them, one at a time. To score, a bottle cap must land in a cup and remain there. The cup closest to this nlayer back the higher the score. Landing in the cup nearest the operator's hands brings 25 points. When all 10 bottle caps have be.en tossed and the score has been recorded, the players change places. The one with the highest total score after five turns wins the game. Tomorrow: How to Build a Legendary House in an Old Shoe! Queen Sirikih is 31 BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand's Queen Sirikit, one of the world's best dressed women, turned 31 today. -Whether buying or selling, use Want Adsi FOR SALE: Evaporative cooler, 3500 CFM, 2 speed fan and pump. BR 6-3009. —7tf SEALING OUT a number of used Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company. Two blocks east of Bowling Alley 20—Autos and Trucki Garnand's Grains of Sand Young Man —Will Go Places Recently we were talking with a young man who was taking an examination to become a licensed mortician. After asking him some questions we told him that he shouldn't have any difficulty in passing the state examination board. H e replied "I don't just want to pass. I want to get the highest grade." This attitude impressed us as being an indication of the young man's character. If he carries this same desire into his work he will never be satisfied in doing his work half way. He will want to do it the best that it can be done. He will never want to just get by in this world but will want to Bob Garnand be on to P in what " ever he does. He will not always make it, but he will always be in the top bracket. If something doesn't happen to spoil him or quench his desire to be on top this young man will go places. He should go far in his chosen profession if given the proper guidance and incentive. This same spirit will go far in any field of endeavor. If more young people could be given this attitude it would be a wonderful thing. This spirit coupled with the ; desire to get along with people is I invaluable in the business or pro- ; fessional world. Sometimes young folks have the desire to excel but lack the personality or the co• operative spirit to 'get along with i those around them. This makes I it difficult for them to keep a job even though they do good work. i Those who have the desire for perfection, or as near it as possible, and who have the knack to get along with their co-workers will always be successful in their '. endeavors. FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Wheat Lands Motel. —IGtf FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. Y 8, automatic trannmission and ', air conditioning. 1506 8th St. eve- ! nings. —12tf; FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, V8. in excellent condition, reasonable. 906 Evans. —16: The Ch»cel »'th No Steps Next Monday Garnand Funeral Home Will Present More Grains of Sand milestone automatically lessens a man's athletic prowess or potential. It wasn't so many years ago that a boxer was said to be finished at 30. It was inconceivable to knowledgeable sports authorities that anyone could remain a serious ring contender beyond the age of 35. Then Archie .Moore came along and three years ago at the advanced age of 47 won the world's light heavyweight championship. Well, I like baseball whether the players are juveniles under 40. or old timers such as those octogenarians who can be seen playing daily during the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla. The reason I like it is because I played it a s a kid and understand the rules. We tend to en- .ioy activities that we've tried ourselves and thoroughly understand. When someone claims he hates golf, skin-diving, or deep- sea fishing the chances are good he's never become intimately acquainted with the sport. Now football strikes me a s a very dull game in which the crowd sits on its hands while the action is held up b'y inter, minable huddles, time outs, measurements, and scrimmage plays with neither side making much progress. But my indifference probably stems from the fact that I've neither played football nor mastered its intricacies. When I got home from the stadium my wife, who doesn't dig baseball, asked me to describe inst what I saw in the game. That's a tough one to answer, and I heard myself trying to ex- plain the sensation of projecting > yourself into a player' s shoes i when he's at bat or chasing a ''• ball. If he does a good job you get a vicarious thrill thinking ' how well "you'' did. And if he doesn't you either suffer a spell of remorse or enjoy a sense of superiority wondering how tho guy could be so stupid. She contemplated my exprana- tion a few moments and then gave me a look suggesting that ma'ybe I'd been silting in the heat too long. It was hot at the stadium all right. It was 92 degrees and humid. The perspiration beaded on the brow and trickled down the neck. But when you're intrigued by what you're watching the heat doesn't really hurt. There weren't many old people present. But there were many empty seats. Apparently our sports promoters haven't yet seen fit to follow the lead to RKO neighborhood theaters and other movie houses acros s the nation which give elders a price break. LET'S hope that one of these days entertainment entrepreneurs everywhere will offer reduced rates to folks past 60 — many of whom need to be encouraged to get out and enjoy life in its various manifestations but are prevented from doing so because of pinched retirement incomes. If you would like a booklet "65 Ways of Finding More Fun in Retirement" write to this column in care of The Garden City Telegram enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope and ten cents to cover handling costs. Notice Improved freight service to Garden City, Dodge City, Pratt, Liberal & Hutchinson, effective Tuesday, August 13th. FREIGHT WAYS, INC. will operate overnight from Kansas City without transfer. FREIGHT WAYS, INC. operates out of Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and Oklahoma City. CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer 12. 57 50 44- to 30 4o 51 58 52 43 53 •5k 7.5 38 HORIZONTAL 1. a wing 4. Algerian seaport 8. a tax 12. common value 13. baseboard decoration 14. Italian coin 15. poem 16. Persian poet 17. Roman road 18.restrain through fear 20. genus of birds 22. symbol for erbium 23. western state 24. splk pulse 27. editor (abbr.) 29. Arctic explorer 31. body of Moslem scholars 33. far removed 35. zigzag ski course 36. chic 37. germ 38. sun god 39. conger 40. dash 42. behold! 44. direction indicator 46. respond to stimuli 49. orchestral instrument 51. ancient maritime city 53. French coin 54. elliptical 55. river duck 56..sea eagle 57. female horse 68. drunken revelry 59. bishopric VERTICAL 1. footless animal 2. to load 3. sharp mountain crest 4.scent V male sheep 6. conforms 7. undershot water wheel 8. gash 9. stronghold Answer to Saturday's puzzle. Atertge time vf •olutloB: U 1 L 1X3, King Feature Symi., Inc CUVPTOQCIPS 8-IZ .0. land measuro 11. viscous substance) 19. mistake 21. Greenland base 23. employ 25. god of love 26. Tibetan priest 27. Scottish" Gaelic 28. township of Attica 30. aquatic mammal 32. cupllke spoon 31. Indian coastal region 35. Japanes* coin 37. Tom—— 41. game of chance 43. fertile spot in desert 45. chest sound 46. depend 47. center 48. melody 49. male turkey 50. the grap* ) 52. remnant SPFDDB VXS VZBJ JDFOO VPZS XQ ZQV XQ. Saturday's Cryptonuip: INEPT OLD CLERK RISKS INCOMPETENCE DEMERIT.
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