Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 19, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, August 19, 1963
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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 4le 1 day, per word *< 2 days, per word I5e 4 days, per word 24e 26 days, per word 90e Ui» 10 ptr cent for eosJt In advanc* DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publteaftoi Weekdays and Saturdays 7:00 a.m. Tho Telegram is responsible for only en* incorrect insertion. S—lintnts* Services CEMENT CONTRACTING, any type. Calvin Chisholm. 5730 S. Seneca, Wichita, Ks. Call JA 45342. -23-pd 11—Heal Estate 18—Household Needs plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and new construction. Power sewer machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. BR 6-3312. -2011 CUSTOM DISC rolling on jour farm. Powell's di.=c rolling srrv- ice. S a t i s f a ction guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 305 N. 13th. Garden City. -12tf AIRWAY~VACUt T M Cleaner Sales and Service. Leonard Mutton, 1021 Harding. Great ! Bend, Kans. Phone GL 3-6396. BY OWN'ER: Two bedroom, full basement, large kitchen and family room, Birch cabinets, solid oak paneling, ceramic tile in kitchen and bath. Drapes, partially carpeted. Double thcnno- pane windows, central air condi-j Honing. Attached garage, fenced < 20—Autos and Trucks back 'yard. Close to school. 411 I Davis. BR 6-7100. — 15tf I Page 8 Onrdnn <'!(>• Tologrnm Monday, August 19, 1963 FOR SALE — 22 ft Ryan deep freeze. 20K S. llth. —I9pd NEW HOME, ready for occupancy, basement, carpet, garage. Excellent school location, $793 down Call BR 6-4180 after 3. —24 1950 PONTIAC panel delivery. S100. 612 N. 3rd. BR G-6636. —19 FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Wheat Lands Motel. —I6tf f—Soecial Notlc** Garden City Reiidsnh If Your Telegram Doein'i Arriv* By 5:30 p.m. Weekday* 4:00 p.m. Saturday* Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekday* 4-5 p.m. S*tur<J»vt For Your Paper 2—Mheefraneou* FOR RENT — Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill Ragel, 903 North 9th. Phon e Bfc 6-6736 or 6-5248. —IGlf 6 <"<> Gideon Baptist Church Bonds for sale. Interest paid semiannually. Write Rev. Martin Ralstin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansas -7tf ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription please tend your address and all numbers as flhown on a recent issue. -itf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly uonymr/us. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. HOME-MADE Ice Cream Social: Chicken salad sandwiches, pic. cake, coffee and a cold dr'nk. To be held on the lawn of The First Church of God, Pcrshlng and Pinecrest, Monday evening, August 19th beginning at 6:30. Sponsored by the Woman's Missionary Society. — ia KOR SALE - At or near wholesale prices: New steel and pipe; Construction steel ii beams, rebars, remesb wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanized wire tot cattle, hogs, sheep, fence panels or gates in 5 different sizes of mesh and lengths. Eastside Iron on highway no on the ! east side of Garden City. Phone I BR K-318B. -2 T tf FOR SALE: 12 volt evaporative t-ir cooler. W.OO. BR 6-751S. —mod COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE cer vice, tune up brake service, major overturn' air conditionpr installation UK' service, automatic tiansmissioii of all types. Gar- ;i?rn Auto Service, BR 6-3612, ?:;fi N. Main. Call anytime. FOR SALE BY OWNER: One and a half year old three bedroom brick, l'<! baths, full basement, attached garage. Fully car-1 pnted, electric kitchen, lots "f ] storage. Patio. Excellent school i location. 605 Harding BR 6-7433 -13 FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. V 8, automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1506 8th St. evenings. —12tf FOR SALE: Three bedroom: brick home with full base-1 mcnt, attached garage. One year old. BR 6-3585. ln -19 COATS AND 61 esses, size 18 arm 18!ii, good condition. BR 6-7530. | —Ifli 3—Lost, Found, Strayed TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771 'Smith Sanrl Company. —31'.) GUARANTEED MUFFLER service. Quint's Automotive. 8th and Fulton. BR 6-5332. —19 ALIGNMENT of your car's front- end by Fansler's experts will give you safety and savings. Call BR 6-4323. Guaranteed service. —19 PEACH PINK apricot male poodle at stud, $100. Can .be seen after 7:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Newson, three miles East on Burnside Drive, —24 6—Good Things To Sat 11o—Mobile Homes YEARLING HEIFERS or steers strayed from 25 milos Northeast of Garden City. Branded Bar-C-Bar (—C—) on left side. Call BR 6-5008 morning or evening. —20 REWARD FOR return of fireplug wronch lost at 9th and Frederick. Call Albert Goss, Dcerfield, 426-8251. —20pd 2—M isccflaneoin WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here.- (Regular ihelf price.) Neely's A-G —21tf MCVICKER ana SCOTT professional auction service, BR 66462, Garden City, Kansas. —32tf FOR SALE — One Eli Lilly Biological refrigerator; five or six good steel filing cabinets; one good medical examining table; one older exnm table; a number of other articles. 0 W. Miner, M.D. -20 S—Business Services SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Gradar • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 I20b E. Fulton Garden Cir> George Smith «3-fF IZZY VILLARREAL linoleum and carpet service. Buy elsewhere, 411 Washington. — IM9pd FIELD RUN potatoes for sale, $1.75 per bag, 100 or more for less. 4 north and 4 west on Highway 83. Phon c BR 6-6244. — 3lf FOR SALE: Ripe cantaloupes, picked fresh 1 everyday. \<i bushel $1.00. West of new Continental Inn. -19tf 7—Help Wanted SAVE AT ULYSSES! See the largest mobile home built i to be pulled by one truck. The j Leisurama 24' x 54' ... folds ; down to 10' x 54'. i Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 202-TF MOBILE HOME CLOSE-OUT SALE Great Bend Mbbile Homes, Inc. has purchased Mull Mobile Homes, Inc. Present inventory must be sold! Mew and used mobile homes telling at close-out prices. Open every night. ' GREAT BEND MOBILE HOMES, INC. Your Mobile Home Discount Center, located on 281 by-pass, Great Bend, Ks. 245-H FOR SALE: 1957 Buick, good condition. Call BR 6-3792. -20 ' FOR SALE: 196! Volkswagen. , Call BR 6-4826 or see at 12C3 < lOlh. —24 1955 FORD, V8, excellent condi- i lion. tOOG Bancroft. —19 1951 HUDSON' pickup. Reasonable. 1409 A St. —20 I 1960 FORD panel delivery truck. ! Rebuilt engin?, good tires. Glen Murray Lakin. Call El 5-6334. —22pd i i I «», ' Ti' o: jn'o • i- JL. ]o, pruius RU 1 •; «rnw.iij A »*"'*• IKITCUEU \S»« 17* w: ., .. .... P --(- -| eM »u 7i . •< I J "|l J B IV PATIO *• i f ' *- euo «. . ' ' lij DOOM. / FAMILY fLM. LIVIM6 RM. )»*« 82° i FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, V8, in! excellent condition, reasonable. I 906 Evans. —22 22—Boats, Sporting Equipt. BOAT 14 . TRAILER, MK 25 j Mercury motor, all accessories. . will start dickering at $500. Mor- : ris Jones, BR 6-6636. —19 j 23—Instruction | WANTED: Piano students. Mrs. j Charles Walter. 1601 Old. Manor. BR 6-7126. — 2lpd FIRST FLOOR. PLAN TWO CAB. GARAGE •4* i WANTED: Lady for general of-! lice work, experience required. | G-ood starting salary and bcne-1 fits. Write Box V-103. — 2tfi WANTED: Saleslad'y. age 30-45, previous sales experience help- j ful but not necessary. Long time i resident of Garden City desirable. Salary plus commission. Contact Kansas State Employment office, 7th and Spruce.—7U 11 b—Farms, Land. Ranches Highly Improved Quarter Section IRRIGATED LAND I mile north of Garden City. TOMMY GRAVES Realtor—Auctioneer 1209 Jones Ave. - Five Points Garden City, Kansas Bui. 6-7141 Res. 6-4247 244-3T Wheat Plan Action Pushed 5ECOWD PLOOR PLAW HOUSES LOTS BUILDINGS i Lilct new 3 bedroom carpeted, ear- ' 4 bedroom luxury home northeast. port, lovely fenced yard. J 1 3,500. , Briar Hill. with 10% down. i 3 bedroom <ir conditioned, family room, carpet, on Pats Drive. bedfoom { „ ^.^j ,,.,.„„,. Gard , n Ci)v . 5 b . s( on p. t , Drive . OPENINGS IN Garden City area 'for positions with Sarah Coventry Jewelry. Earn $30-$50 part fime, S80 - $100 full time per week. Car | and phone essential. Housewives i invited to inquire. Write Sandra Hastings, Box 1110, Dodge City, Kans. —23 FOR SALE: 2482 acre ranch, Wichita County, Kans. 1030 acres under cultivation, some irrigation. Excellent Improvements. For further information contact Herschel Washington, Attorney, Leoti, Kansas or Dale E. Suf- fels, 'Attorney, Garden City, Ks. —20 2 bedroom rental with finished be;e- men*. R»ntal dwelling in rear on -till St. 2 bedroom wast tide school location. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 8R 6-3675 2 bedroom weit side, owner leaving. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 245-TF WAITRESSES AND COOK'S assistant. Apply in person at Flamingo Inn. ' —13U' WANTED DISHWASHER, apply in person. Coffee Ann. — 12tf WAITRESSES. Please apply in person at Continental Inn be- ween 1-5 Monday through Thursday. —17tf WAITRESS WANTED. Apply at Wheat Lands Motel Office. —19tf 12—Farmers Wwits & Serv. CUSTOiAI HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. —3tl CUSTOM BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. -29tf WASHINGTON (A P)—Twenty.; nine Republican congressmen! have called for action on wheat' legislation before the 1964 crop is j planted. Most of this group attended a private two-hour meeting where! Rep. Bob Dole, R-Kan., reported \ there was agreement that any j such program must be a volun- j tary one. In a formal statement issued by i the GOP House and Senate menr | bers, Sen. Everett M. Dirksen. R-! 111., said: ' j "The time for action Is now. > Unless Congress gets down to •, work on a remedial wheat bill, j £""£,, ^Beh^rade'Vn7 his'visit the admmis rations ruinous wheat , secms betoken a significant program will go into effect on the , { t home for Ws licieSi r,RACtOUS TWO-STORY HOME has lour upstairs bed- rnom?. Entrance is into it- large foyer, through a handsome pandect door flanked tiilfi diamond parted sidelight!,. A fireplace is the focal point of the living room. Wood paneled family room Kith sliding glass doors is designed fnr indoor-outdoor living, A secondary entrance from the family room to kitchen makei the lavatory convenient for children and guests.. Plan HASOiY was designed by Herman H. York, <>0-0.t 161 St.. Jamaica 32, A.}'., with l.l'Il square feet on the //V.s* floor and /,/, T fijuare <,-"•[ on the second floor. K Pinnacle of Political Power in Own Bailiwick By WILLIAM L. RYAN . AP Special Correspondent The often-chilled Soviet-Yugo- week. Premier Khrushchev is 19G4 crop. Sen. Raman L. Hroska, u-, may be with divisions in the Com Nob., said that unfortunately the £ ]d Ws i]heetin Tu . es Kennedy administration "has been , ' indifferent to the problems of the American wheat farmer and has conciliation and a common effort toward world Communist victory. • By November of that year there were clear signs of thaw. Khrushchev and other Kremlin leaders showed up at a Yugoslav reception in Moscow. The reconciliation faded quickly . , I I 11C 'CViWIIinlllwiiWII LOUtU U U1V~IY1 > Whatever KhiTishchey ?i trouWe j Relaxatiolls in lhe Red bloc afl . er Khrushchev's denunciation of Stalin at the 20th Soviet party congress generated trouble: unrest in Poland and finally revolution in in his own'balliwick. " 15—Farm Machinery NOW LEASING! Two bedroom basement luxury apartments. $115 a nionth.»BR'G-4731. —24 8—Situations Wanted KILL THOSE FLIES! For Complete Fly Control Use Ortho Fly Killer D Contains DIBROMw Satisfaction Guarantee or Money Back Bes/ Seecf Company 102 S. <?th BR 6-6921 231-H GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST THE BEST East side two bedroom, attached qaraqe, 28 ft. family room, kitchen, carpeted living, room, air conditioned. Hai a full basement, too. This it a larqe two-bedroom home you must see. Offered at J 18.750.00. School location — 204 W. Campbell. Three bedroom, attached qa- raQe. all larqe rooms. 10 "• of $13,500.00 will be your down pa>- ment. Atherton Stallsworth Agency 1011 E. Fultoe BR 6-5262 AL WOODS f Real Estate Mqr. 110 W. Chestnut m 6-4622 fcve. 6-3164 2-bedioom. Casement. Corner lot. }l,500 down. no closing costs. $86.25 per month. Alta Brown location. Real Estate Auction Service! ; WANTED: Ironings, sewing and ! ' alterations. BR 6-3135. —13tf ». WANTED — Housework. BR 6- i 4449. —20pd I 9—For Rent i FOR RENT - Apartment, l>eau- I tifuly furnieliod, buffet style. : See it. Reasonably 'priced. War ren Hotel. BR fi-3^21. -21tt ONE bedroom unfurnished apartment:' ^as, water paid. BR C- 7181 or BU U-IJ754 alter 5 p.m. . -;n« 1 ROOM. FOR RENT, school or 1 working girl, kitchen privileges. HR 15-3403'. —23 I PSTAIRS two bedroom apartment, partly t'nrni.ihed, adults. hit ti-4205. —ITtf : ONE B E D R 0 0 M furnished apartment. Adults only. The I Virginian Court. — 12tl j FURNISHED TWO b e d r o o m. ! Small children accepted BR 6 1 99Z5.after 6. -15tf FURNISHED small apartments, adults. ouse a n d UK 6-1001. ' -10 4-BEDROOM 2 BATHS $1,550 down will put you in this 2- year old 4-bedroom home with finished bosament. 2 blocks (o school. No closing costs. Call now for an appointment. Yo u r property for *eU? Contact us . . . *• neid listings! Lots lor sale and elso 2 fine businesses for >alel TOMMY GRAVES Realtor—Auctioneer i.'O 1 ? Ave. • Five Points Garden City, Kansas s. 6-7141 Res. 6-4247 BR 6-4731— Eve. BR 6-3117 MEMBERS Atnerto.vStallsviorth Campbell Abstract Thomas. Graves, Auctioreer-Reiitor Heinemann Aqency Let Kisner and Son Don Falley Realtor! Jaise Scott Reelta » THREE ROOM funiished apart- inent. Upstairs. Two adults, no pets. 805 N. 7th. -21 AIR CONDITIONED apartment, : very nicely furnislted. Adults. No pets. BR 6-3583. — 19tf; .SLEEPING ROOM for working men. J205 N. N'inth. -8tf , I i— sal tstafe i HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7/41 7-TF BY OWNER: New two bedroom home, attached garage, utility. Ceramic tile kitchen and bath. 'birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 6 8025. -31U FOR SALE by owner: Two bedroom house rlose la school. 1 BR 6 4678 -19 M A R B E E T HARVESTER for sale or trade on 4-row corn head for Gleaner. Warren M. Wilson, Fairfiekl, Nebr. —20pd 16—Livestock, Pets. Poultry FEEDER PIGS and Hamp boar. Nick Ortiz. BR 6-15943. —!J 17—.Seeds, Feeds HAVE YOUR Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting in Lino. GARDEN CITY,, CO-OP 241-243-245-H FOR SALE: Bison seed wheat, 1 S2.25 a bushel bin run. Phone I5R 6-6347, Cecil Snodgrass. -28 pel SEED CLEANING TREATING Portable or Stationary SEED CLEANERS. Call for Appointment Before The Rush. BEST SEED COMPANY adopted a 'do nothing' policy, rather than accept a voluntary program giving farmers a I chov is Soviet-Yugoslav relations get a of Ws per- 1 Hun g ary< which stamped out. the Soviets between decent alterna- periodic defrosting. The defroster, choicn lives." Dole said it is hoped that the :one specific approach to the ' wheat problem. Other members of the congres- ! sional group include Sens. Frank switched on again about a year ago, is going full blast. - ^ * ' ? {he recurrtag ' Bel . grade-Moscow ritual of mutual admiration will arouse questions m the United States, which, since TU f th c fold in 1948, 'has invested .-,„,...., & ,~..K ....—.. "-•-• • mun i s t f 0 id m 1948, has invested rnnsa" "RP ^Tifliftn ^A^ef' m(n ' e tllan a billion dol - ars '" °" e and Robert F. Ellsworth of Kan- °T /"? a '!^_ sas. The West will eye this week's Khrushchev visit with mixed feelings, remembering that tlu-ou :li all the ups and downs of Belgrade- Moscow relations, Tito never deviated from the general line of Kremlin foreign policy. The meeting could mean the final stage of reconciliation bringing Yugoslavia back to full bloc membership, but could deepen the world Communist rill. H is nui difficult to predict the Red Chinese reaction to the Khrushchev visit. —Whether buying oi «elllng, USB Want Adsl Yugoslavia. Khrushchev, in Stalin's lime, .joined with other Soviet leaders in .calling Tito a -traitor for rejecting total Moscow domination. i Since Stalin's death, Yugoslav- SALINA, Kan. (API—A resolu- | Soviet relations have served as a lion urging the legislature to dou- j fair barometer of Khrushchev's ; authority. When relations with! More Shore Aid Anked By School Officials relations Belgrade were good, he seemed i ble state aid to local school dis tricls has been drafted by 17 members of the executive commit-1 to do well. WTiqn relations sagged, tee of the Kansas Associaion of Khrushchev appeared to be having School Administrators. difficulties at home. The resolution was approved by The Soviet leader ostensibly is the executive body at a meeting '; on vacation but to the Red Chinese i here Friday and will be presented j who call Tito the arch-enemy of world to other members of the association in a mail referendum. If approved it will be presented to the Legislature next year. State aid at present is S25 per pupil. The committee s<tt,'gested doubling that tn S5U to lighten the burden un lot'iil propeity taxes. A school financing bill including increased state aid failed to pass in the 13ti3 seh.Mon communism, Khrushchev hardly could have delivered a more calculated slap in the face. For almost 10 years Khrushchev lias tried to have the Belgrade- Moscow 1'o'id swept under the rug. He wa s just emerging as top man amoiv; equals in the past-Stalin "collective leadership 1 ' early in 1954 when there was a report of gestures from Tito seeking a re- CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer IS 31 42 s^ 25" 19 SO 27 4S 17 41 to HORIZONTAL 45 to hold MARMADUKE 102 S. 9th BR 6-6921 231-H 18—Household Needs i ••—™———^——————. i MAYTAG WASHER, apartment ' ranye. refrigerator. BH 6 G336. -19 jO' 1 (J.\S RANGE, refrigerator air conditioner, diiielte set anc! >;x i-l.airs. combination radio and phonograph, coffee table, two eno tables and U'le-phone stand. 12'J4 Parkwood -16Lf SELLING OUT a number of ustxl Vacuum Cleaners -- upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company T\\o blocks east of Roulins Alloy. —19 1. medieval lyric poem 5 public vehicle 8 Chinese wa.\ 32 Iranian coin 33. palm litaf t var. > H avouch 15. Russian inland sea 16. inferior horse 17. ascend 18. equilibrium 20. stories 21. garden implement 22. droop 23. energy 26. band instruments 31. wine vessels 33. los 34. observe 35. edible melon 38 wager 39. find tha sum 40. golf mound 12. Ir.ths dear 49. carry 50 native metal 51. usele?' fti. Persian poet o,". variety of lettuce M. a raccoon 55. cushions 56. likely 57. Swiss mountains VERTICAL 1. a Semile 'i. Italian com 3. a local deity (Bib. i 4. .Mohammedan god 5. worried 6. wings 7. sack S. a model 9. wicked 10, majesty 11. war god 19. negative particle 20. flap Answer to Saturday's puzzle. cttft lime uf lolutlou 11 ml ISda King Features Ssnd CRYPTOQtIPS In. i e- f=> 22. most serene 23. knavfi of cluba 21. Australian bird 25. dance step 27. lubricate 28. the head i slang t 29 summer, in France 30 matched group 32. water striders 36, Doctors of Medicine labbr.) 37. born 41. the common heath 42. halt 43. broad- topped hill ii. Biblical threshing- floor 45. riding whip 46. pagan deity 47. spill over 48. female chicken* SO. South American wood gorrel Another souvenir? 1 K V J K C N T K V J G U V N H C N U T T J K C N T G I H K N ' Saturday's Cryptoquip-IT 13 NOT CORRECT TO SEAT A*N EDILB IN' A SBDILB

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