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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 13, 1963
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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 4fk 1 day, per word 6e 2 days, per word 1 Be 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 Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram Is responsible for only on* incorrect Insertion, 5—Business Services Ct.'STO.M DISC rolling on your fnrm. Powell's disc rolling srrv- icc. S a 1 i s f a ction guaranteed. I'honn BR 6-7814, 505 N. 13th. (iardrn City. -12tf 9—Per Rent I'OP soil (or yards, delivers Dial IJR S-.1771 Smith San?) "nmriany —31'! IZXY VILLARREAL linoleum and | carprt service. Buy elsewhrrp. 411 Washington. —II-19pd ON'E Ix-droom unfurnished apart- mrnt; gas, water paid. BR 67181 or BK (5-6754 after 5 p.m. -3tf AIR CONDITIONED one person apartment. Nicely furnished, silk draw drapes, lamps, plaque, private bath. No pels. BR 6-3583. -6tf LARGE FURNISHED apartment. 401'2 8th St. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. . —7tf PONYTAIL MODERN" TWO bedroom home, i furnished. Close to College. 618 i 10th. ' —7tf m»oni COOLER hom«« i TWO BEDROOM furnished apart- i ment upstairs, one child, water paid, 303 N. 5th. $50. BR 6-5140 | i -lOtfi I —Snocinl Notices 2—Miscellaneous Garden Ciry Residonti If Your Telegram Doosn'f Arrive .By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturday* Please Call -" BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper FOR SALE: Good used mowers. ; Coast Phone BH G- ;!H7I. -25tf 6 ';. Gideon Baptist Church Bonds i for sale. Interest paid semi- amnially. Write Rev. Martin Ralstin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansas —7tf Install our rock wool insulation ti _ now for a cooler home this i APARTMENT, furnished, 2 bed- summer. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please send your address and all numbers as uhown un a recent issue. — lU ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 'Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardcndalo Recreation Center, Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly inonyrm/us. Phono BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. NON^GROUP Blue Cross-B 1 u e Shield enrollment is now open. For further information call BR 6-4590, Garden (,'ily. —13 2—Miscellaneous MCVICKKR dnu SCOTT profit •sional auction service, BR 66402, Garden City, Kansas. —22tf I-'XJR RENT - Camper trailers by day. week or month. Bill Rafiel, 90:t North 9th. Phon c BR 5-6736 or 6-5248. —16tf TWO WHEEL trniie7~T7t"xT'ft~ x 8 ft. completely enclosed. Also fitted tarp. 504 N. 3rd. —13pd CAB OVER TRAVELElC air conditioned, TV, radio telephone, on long wheel base custom pick- tip. Ixw mileage. Must sell. Owner going to Europe. 322 N. nth. -14pd WANT AN old tractor tir c for your back yard sand pile for the Kiddies? Call Fansler Tires, Inc. Delivered to your residence, no charge. —19 TIIREATRE SKATS for sale, SI.0(1 per section — seven se-ats to a section; 75c per section — four seats per sectin. Se ( . Chuck Rei's, State Theatre. —15 SORRY SAL is now a merry gal. She used Bllue Luslre rug and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric sluinipooer $1. McClung and Payne. _13 WE PAY SI cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Nct'ly's A-G —21tf Free Estimates DOUGLASS ROOFING : room. I Seed. 501 N. 9th, F i n n u p —17 j FURNISHED small one room I house, modern, single'or cou- 238 " H pie $fO a week. BR 6-4180 —17 FOR SALE — At or near wJiole- I sal R 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 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. —2Ttf _ I FOR SALE: Two new camper | lift on and off jacks. Will sacrifice. BR 6-7291. —9tf SOPHOMORE BOOKS for sale For information call BR 6-3619. —13pd EXCELLENT ONE ton Frigi- dairc window 220 air conditioner. Wheat Lands Motel. —6tf FOR SALE: Sunbeam electric Clipmastcr Animal Clippers $30. Call BR 6-4475 evenings. —14 AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner Sale s and Service. Leonard Mutton, 1021 Harding. Great Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-6596. -6U SIGNS PAINTED by experienced painter. G. B. Levy. 1G27 E. Fulton, Phone BR 6-4470. -15 FOR CARPENTRY, repair work and painting call BR 6-5885. —15 VACATION TIME will soon be be here and you'll need Fan- slur's front-end alignment on your car before hand. Call BR 6-4323. —13 ENGINE TUNE UP. Quint's Automotive, 8th and Fulton, BR 6-5332. —13 THREE ROOM house, partially furnished. Bills paid, adults. BR 6-5204. —15 I I—Kecil tstato 6-—Good Things To Ear 3—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: Dog with collar, black and white with brown (brin- die). Part bull. Answers to name of Yogi. $25 reward. BR 6-6213, Gary Spikes. —2tf LOST: Mottled gray kitten, long hair, .from 1707 Pinccrcst. BR 6-7419. —14 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. —3tf SOUTHWEST KANSAS cantaloupe, 6c per pound. White potatoes No. 2, $1.50 per sack. Farmers Market, opposite Drive In Theatre. . —15 7—Help Wanted WANTED: Waitress, afternoon shift Apply in person. Jade Cafe. ' -Itf 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. —31tf LOST: Child's baseball glove and ball, left at Garden City Park two weeks ago. "Charles Collier" on glove. BR 6-5812. —13 WANTED: Lady for general office work, experience required. Good starting salary and benefits. Write Box V-103. —2tf 4—Personal Services DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Dennis Athcrton nt 805 E. Chestnut at your convenience. No telephone. —20tf 5—Business Services SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Baclchoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden City George Smith S3-TF F1NNEY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and now construction. Power sewer machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. HR 6-3312. —20tf WANTED: Saleslady, age 30-45, previous sales experience helpful but not necessary. Long time resfdenr-of Garden City desir- nble. Salary plus commission. Contact Kansas State Employment office, 7th and Spruce.—7tf T> King Future* Svnilirate, Inc.. 106:1. World rights rawrvnl. "Pay no attention to Daddy throwing you out of the house, Tyrone. You should see what he'd do if he knew we were going STEADY." Young Hobby Club Make a Nursey Rhyme Replica AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 2-bedroom. Basement. $1,500 down. $86.25 per month. No closing costs. I 3-bedroom. Extra nice. 10% down. $13,500.00. 240-H FOR SALE by owner. Three bedroom, storm's, fence, low equity. 410 Davis. 14pd FOR SALE by owner: Two bedroom house, close to school. BR 6-4678. ' —19 Ho—Mobile Homes 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 HOUSES FOR SALE BOOKKEEPER WANTED, ages between 20 to 45, apply in person Saturday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Garden City, Kans. —15 WAITRESSES AND COOK'S assistant. Apply in person- at Flamingo Inn. —-13tf WANTED, age 25 and over, arc welders, blacksmiths and shop help. Highest wages. Time and one half over -10 hours. Mayrath Machinery Company, Inc., Dodge City, Kansas. Phone HU 3-3111. —15 ho ifh N 0 w U,q. ^.bedroom home with | Nic , 3 . bedroom om( , w family room, fir. place, 2-car qa- | fami | v room carp . t(ld throughout. raqe, | storage, air-conditioned air . con diti 0 ninq, excellent eait side i location. mod kitcho Now Urge 3-bdroom basement. 2- TWO year old 3-bedroom horn, with car qaraqe 2, baths, air-condi- . basement. Carpel and good school lioned, modern kitchen and tire- , !„,..,(;„„ place. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 location. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY ! BR 6-7741 8R 6-3675 238-TF GARDEN CITY MULTI-LIST MARRIED MAN for local sales postion with large national concern. Unusual earnings to start plus expenses. Sec Mr. Roister, Flamingo Motel Wednesday Aug. 14 between 8 and 9 p.m. —14 WANTED: Evening cook, age 35- (io. Apply in person, Shady- lawn Nursing Home. Nd phone calls, please. —15 WANTED DISHWASHER, 'apply in person. Coffee Ann. —12tf 8—Situations Wanted SAVE AT ULYSSES! Se. the largest mobile home built to be pullod by one truck. The 'Leiiurama 24' x 54' ... folds down to 10' x 54'. Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ki. FL 6-1414 202-TF 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, •126-7121. —3tf WANTED: HAY hauling. Call BR 6-3930. —14pd BOOK YOUR FERTILIZER NOW And SAVE Up To a ton GARDEN CITY CO-OP 238-240-242-H CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29U 13—Want to Rent 10' DOWN ? B«d Buck, new . . . . $I3.J50.0P 2 Bed Duel,, roomy ... $1 1.500.00 2 Bed Stucco, not bad .. $9,250.00 3 B«d Brick carpeted . . $18,700.00 } Bed Brick larger ... $14,700.00 3 Bed Block, reasonable $10.500.00 3 Bud Flame economy .. $8.900.00 ANT OF US CAN HELP Cioni 0,<U Leo Warner Hunard Midyell Clyde Stalliworth Harry A t h e 11 o n Atherton Stallsworth Aguncy 1011 E Fulton BR BUV or Sf It THIOUCH A JIEBITOR Building lots X commercial lots. I Income b in i n o 1 i for idle. 1217 Prtrkwood Three bedroom with finished basement, tile bath and many enti.n. Drive by, if you lite what you see, call us for an appointment. TOMMY GRAVES Realtor—Auctioneer I 209 Jones Ave. • Five Poinli Garden City, Kansas Bus. 6-M4I Res. 0-4247 SACRIFICE! Must sell. Owner gone. Spacious • WANTKD — BookeepiiiK in my ! lioiiu'. Kxpi'ricnced. Past positions in ASC and otlu'r govorn- nuMit offices, lilt ti-1975 —Kipii lK()\l\c;S, lOc per piece. Phone ti-7107. Hpd MOT11KH will babysit with pre- schixil I'hildren, beginning Si>pt. 1 fall at 50ti N. 5tJi in the mornings or after 5. —15ixl WANTKl): Ironings, sewing and ] alterations. 1!U ti-3125. AN NCR FAMILY moving to town Sept. 8th or 9th wants to rent an unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom house with full basement and fenml in back 'yard. Write to Earl Montford, 64 A. Park Dr., Dayton 10, Ohio. —17 By CAPPY DICK Every boy and girl knows the rhyme about the old woman who lived in a shoe. Today's fun- project directions tell how to build a miniature replica of her home. The completed house is in Figure 4. Ask dad to donate an old shoe he no longer wants. Polish it to make it look its best. Tie the laces. Cut a piece of cardboard that, when rolled into a cylinder as in Figure 2, will fit into the opening at the top of the shoe. Use household mending cement to fasten the cylinder inside the shoe. With poster paints, paint windows on it, using green for shutters and yellow for window curtains. You will need a small box from which to make the roof. Cut it as shown by the dotted line in Figure 1 and use one of the triangular halves for the roof. Paint the roof red and paint the ends green. The tubular house may be painted orange, or any other color you prefer. Cut a hole in the side of the shoe to represent a doorway. Build a stairway leading to the door. This is made by bending a strip of cardboard and attaching hand rails by means of pins (Figure 3). Th e top step of the stairs may be fastened to the doorway with glue. For a chimney, bend a soda straw, paint it black and insert it into a small hole in the roof. Tomorrow: Fruit-Coloring Contest! Win A Set Of Booksl A Weak Spot CATANIA, Sicily (AP) — There has always been a weak spot in the earth's crust along Northeast Sicily where volcanic ML Etna rises 10,000 feet above the Mediterranean. ' Prof. Alfredo Rittman, director of the Catania Institute of Vulcanology, says Etna reared up hundreds of thousands of years ago over the cones of a whole series of previous volcan os there. Part of the cone of the last one before the presnt Etna can be seen in part way down mountain slope. a lava valley the pre sent -Whether buying oi selling, USR iVIegram Want Adsl 20—Autos and Trucks 14—Want to Buy FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Belaire fordo;-, Auto matic transmission, radio, heater. Wheat Lands Motel. —16tf WANTED: Good.used 2nd and 6th gYade school books. BR 6-7978. —14 FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. V 8, automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1506 8th St. evenings. —12tf CompanyTrucks Are Used Longer By SAM DAWSON AP Business N»w» Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — That old family argument over when's tlte time to stop paying repair bills on the old car and start making monthly payments on a new one is echoed today in offices of cor : porations that have their own fleet of trucks. An estimated 7.3 million trucks are now operated by manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers, most owned outright but many leased. Northwestern U n i v e rs i t y's transportation center says 18,000 companies have fleets of 10 or more trucks. Industry sources say the average age of commercial and industrial trucks that are company owned is now 6.8 years, compared with 4.8 years in 1941. Truck makers contend that some of the age increase is due to sturdier qualities of the new models. Truck leasing companies argue that much of the stretch-out in usage is due to the increased number of companies now owning their own fleets and to a yen (just like that of a family budget manipulator) to get a few more mile s out of the old vehicles. Both makers and leasers of trucks (common carriers as well) stress savings they see if obsolete equipment i s ditched. James W. Millard, manager of General Motors' transportation productivity research department, estimates industry might shave is material handling costs by $15 billion annually, if it modernized its transportation and material handling equipment. He says that GM research teams have yet to complete a study of individual truck fleets without finding a savings potential greater than 20 per cent and are convinced that 10 per cent would be the minimum saving. Armund J. Schoen, chairman of the American Automotive Leasing Association, says the number of leased trucks ha s increased from 240,000 in 1958 to 400,000 today. Page 6 Garden City Tolegrnm Tuesday, August 13, 1963 He credits the drive by corporate financial officers to cut costs in all operations. But he adds that they face a new cost, that of obsolescence. Shoen's own company, Wheels Inc., reports its study of 2,347 companies operating 47,841 trucks shows that 'gasoline driven vehicles 5 years old or older had operating and maintenance costs that averaged 3.1 cents a mile more than for younger trucks. For diesel units the excess op- eraing cost of the older over the younger trucks averaged 1.7 cents a mile when driven between 200,000 and 300,000 miles and 2.6 cents a mile when driven longer distances. Beat The Heat in every room in your home with the new, low cost COMPACT HMfoffHHCE CENTRAL air conditioning Prices are amazingly low. Call now for free estimate. No obligation. Larry Kleisen's Coast-to-Coast STORE You Will Need a Box 15—Farm Machinery FOR SALE: 1059 Case ensilage cutter. HR 6-6200. —14pd 1 WILL do ironings in my home. HR 65711. —15pd 9—For Rent in choice school location. Many teas. Will finance FHA OR Gl. MAKE OFFtR! MAKE OFFER! MAKE OFFER! 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Extra nice weanling pigs, eight weeks old. ED 52139, Hugo Witt, Pierceville, Ks. —14pd FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, V8, in excellent condition, reasonable. 906 Evans. —16 LEGAtS FOR i<E.NT — Apartment, Dt'au- tifuly furnished, buffet style, j See it. Reasonably priced. War-! ri'ii Hutel, 15K B-3'.'21. -i\M\ 17—Seeds. Feeds FOR SALE ; $1 100 DOWN : 'Nice 2-bedioorn with attached ^d- laqe. Cdrptled living room and hall. Pre'-t-'.-ti loan is d 4J% Gl loan v,hich may Ct flLlurned. DON T ALLEY. Realtor 41V N 8th Phone ER 6-5730 8k 0/375 Bft 6-7975 final Estate BR 6-4731— Ev». BR 6-3117 Save thru the Multi-List Exchange! Sl.KKl'l.N'c; BOOM lor working! men. 1205 N. Ninth. —«tl; OM-: HKDROOM furnished: | apartment. Adults only. The : Virginian Court. —IL'tf I ONK HKDROOM ground floor; j unfurnished apartment. Adults. No pels. $00.00. Hills paid. HR 64323, ask for Lydia. -L'-'tf I ROOMS, 520 \. 9th. Call BR 6-j 1 6424 or HR 0-3717 after 4 p.m. ! i _ -Vtf| Fl'KN'lSHED three room apartment, first floor, elose in, adults Call Bit 6-8118. —5tf RYE SEED for sale. Call BR 66568. Floyd Hands. —14 18—Household Needs LEAVING TOWN and wish to sell TV antenna, same as new, floor lamp, inisc items. BR 67813. Contact until 11 a.m. or 45:30 p.m. —13 FOR SALE: Evaporative cooler, 3500 CFM, 2 speed fan and pump. 13R 6-3009. —7'i' FOR SALE: Uood used conventional washer. BK 6-7978. —15 FOR SALE: Used Norye auto- maiei washer. Call BR 6-3388. —15pd (first Published in The Garden Tit.v Telegram. July 30th, 1963; last published August lIUli, 1SG3.) STATK OF KANSAS FIN.NKV COUNTY, SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OB' SAID COUNTY AND STATK In The Mutter of tl«.j Estate uf WILLIAM S. CiJ..AZIEH, deceasec!. .NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 40-14 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL 1'ERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition ha-s been filed in the abuve named court by William R. Smith, pray, ing for the adiiieisiuii of an amlu-nti- cated copy of will to probate and record a:ul to determine no admrii- Mration of the above nanunl rotate necessary ill the State of Kansas, and you are hereby requirt-d to file your written defences theivto on or before the -'3rd day ..f August. 19tj:-i. at 10:00 A.M. of said day in said court in the cily of (JarJt-n Cily. Fnmey County, Kai^as. at which link? and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail ihn-ein ju.liniie-il and decree will be ri.tored in due course upon said !-i*-titiuii ,s/ William K. Sn.uh Peiti'.llrr HorshberKer. Patterson, J^ni-s and Thompson Wicliitu, Kan.-as and Harrison Siiiilh Garden. City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner Examine Eyes Before Child Starts School The Better Vision Institute in New York recommends that every child should have a complete eye examination before first entering school. Oftentimes the child doesn't know whether or not he is seeing all he should. And the routine vision screening done in many schools cannot take the place of a thorough examination. A complete examination indicates how well the eyes are func-. tioning for all the different kinds of seeing: Near vision — ability to focus and see clearly and comfortably with both eyes and each eye sep- parately at a distance of about 15 to 20 inches. This is the distance at which most school desk work and homework is done. Peripheral vision — ability to' see "out of the corners" of your eyes, both to the sides and up and down. A good "field of vision" is necessary to avoid fatigue from unnecessary eye and head movements — and is essential for participation in sports and for personal safety. Binocular coordination — The two eyes working together properly. It is required for reading efficiency and for success in art work, handicrafts and play activities. Depth perception — how well a child judges spaces and distances. Good spatial perception is important in all kinds of handicrafts and sports. Distance and midrange vision— The ability to focus and see clearly and comfortably at distances of 20 feet and more and two feet to 20 feet. It is required to see the classroom blackboard and visual aids, to enjoy television and motion pictures and to participate in sports. Trial Run DARUVAR, Yugoslavia (AP) — At 68, retired railway work man Pavle Nadj decided he wanted to see for himself what his funeral would be like. | He ordered a casket and the j necessary trimmings. Friends i and relatives were invited. When all were assembled Nadj put on his best black suit and climbed into the coffin. Black- garbed relatives sobbed. Uniformed railwaymen stood in honor guard. Pictures were taken for the family album. Then Nadj climbed contentedly out of the coffin and joined i them all in a feast of food and I drink that lasted until next morning. JAMES A. BARNARD, M. D. Announces The Opening Of His Offic* For GENERAL PRACTICE In Association With R. J. MAXFIELD, M. D. And R. M. FENTON, M. D. At 118 EAST LAUREL Garden City, Kansas Office Telephones: BRidge 6-3254 — BR 6-3284 CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer 47 57 34- 37 58 55 •3°, 45 i\ 4o 4-1 3o o 31 HORIZONTAL 1. broad- topped hill 5. asterisk 9. fold over 12. dry 13. sharpen 14. cuckoo 15. tiara 17. chairman's mallet 19. artificial language 20. rival 22. ebb 26. house wing 27. sister of Ares 28. American author 30. distant 33. past 34. tobacco roll 35. Arabian garment 36. put on 37. man's name 38. orchestral instrument 39. consumed 40. won through effort 42. weigh down 46. Greek letter 47. willow 48. floating masa of ice 53. s-shaped curve 54. to within 56. Charles Lamb 57. ocean 58. not difficult 59. coarse hominy VERTICAL 1, varnish ingredient 2. national god of Tahiti 3. Russian community 4. worships 5. pronoun 6. carry 7. indefinite article 8. customary 9. molten rock 10. the dill 11. heap 16. Cain's land 18. entire amount Answer to yesterday's puzzle. tcitf • tin* el tolatl**: M ml»ut««. 1963, King Features Synd., Inc.) 21. household 22. peruse 23. therefor* (L.) 24. plant shoot 25. Roman official* (var.) 29. tlmeoflif* 30. Roman rural deity 31. French cleric 32. electria catfish 34. clique 38. social groups 39. land measur* 41. mimic 42. accomplishes 43. being 44. Italian commune 45. holds session 49. coquet. tishly shy UO. Guido's highest note 51. edge 52. breach 55. symbol for sodium India leads the vorld in lea and sugar cane and is second to CfcLna ia rice. YRVZ-XRVZ I A XRYXRUAI W K X X U V Z. A X V K A W. Vesterday's Cryptoqulp: GRITTY DOG DAYS STOJU DRAO ON AND

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