Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 31, 1963 · Page 16
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12—Formers Wonts & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and slacking, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. —3tf 14—Wont to Boy WANT TO BUY girl's 26" bicycle. Call BR 6-4548. —31pd 15—Form Machinery FOR SALE: 19G1 Gleaner 16' C with Ansel cab, $5250.00; 1960 Gleaner Model A $3250.00 Kal- esta Implement Co., Kalvesta, Ks. —4pd CAWKINS SEED cleaner, complete with electric motor, 100 to 150 bushel pei hour capacity. Like new, $225. George Bretz, Holcomb, Kansas. Phone 426-8056 Deerfield. —5 16—-Livestock, Pets, Poultry MIXED PUPPIES from red Cock, er and white German Shepherd. BR 6-4879. —31pd BOSTON TERRIER PUPPY. 1701 A St. f , —31pd REGISTERED ENGLISH Setter puppies. Just two left. BR 65629. —3 FOR SALE. Weanling pigs. Call BR 6-7127. —31 BORDER COLLIE puppies. BR 6-8112. —4pd 17—Seeds, Feeds SAVE! BOOK CO-OP LIVESTOCK FEEDS NOW Beef concentrate 22 Beef concentrate 35 Beef concentrate 35-5/stilbes- trol Beef concentrate 35-IO/stil- bestrol Beef concentrate 42 Beef concentrate 42-IO/stil bestrol Co-op 39 % Protein Blocks Garden City Co-op 256-258-260-H 19—Wearing Apparel BACK TO SCHOOL SHOES 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 PAY REGULAR PRICE FOR THE 1ST PAIR GET THE 2ND PAIR FREE TIES AND SLIP-ONS Pointed or Square Toe CRAZY HOUSE OPEN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SUNDAYS I P.M. TO 6 P.M. West Highway 50 Garden City, Ks. 255-2T 19—Wearing Apparel URL'S dresses and car coat, size 10 and 12. Call BR 6-7270. 'OR SALE: School dresses, girl's sizes 10-12. Call BR 6-3030 —3 18—Household Ne«Os HALLICRAFTER CONSOLE 22" T.V., good condition; antenna; combination Whirlpool washer- dryer. BR 6-7333. —6 MAYTAG WRINGER type washer $25; Bendix duomatic, $75. Both in good condition. BR 6-6863. —31 FOR SALE. 30" gas range. Call BR 6-4625. —3 WESTINGHOUSE Refrigerator, good condition, $35; BR 6-7359 20—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. V 8, automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1506 8th St. evenings. —12tf 1955 CHEVROLET, recently overhauled. Slick. $375. BR 6-6708 evenings. —20tf 1957 Chevrolet hardtop, clean, low milage. Power glide. BR 6-6618. —31 1956 Lincoln 4 door sedan, all power equipment. $400. BR 63758. —31 FOR SALE: 1957 Belaire V8 Chevrolet station wagon, $795. F.E. Stone, BR 6-8180. —31 GOOD SCHOOL car! 1955 Mer- count Monterey, $390 or discount for cash. BR 6-5730. —31 MUST SACRIFICE due to recent accident at work! We must sell 1961 black Mercury Convertible, low milage, exceptionally nice car. Would consider older car on trade. John "Dub" and Janice Yount. BR 6-3515, BR 6-3905 or BR 6-3857 —26tf GOOD SCHOOL car, 1954 Ford V8 in top condition. Low mil- age, low price. 906 Evans. —31 1954 FOUR DOOR Pontiac, hy- dromatic and power steering. $150. See at 501 N. 3rd or call BR 6-3779. —SI FOR SALE: 1958 Belair e Chevrolet, equipped with air conditioning, power equipment and power glide transmission. V8 engine. Excellent ulterior. Price reasonable. Call or write Ted Woodbury, Leoti, Kansas. FR 5-4330. —31 FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet two door Belaire. Excellent shape, good tires. Call BR 6-6071. —3 FOR SALE. Good 1953 Plymouth station wagon. New crank and inserts; $150; 712 Summit. —31 FOR SALE: 1963 4 door, V 8, Biscayne Chevrolet. Standard shift, radio, white wall tires, 6000 miles. Can be financed, will take $2100. See at 408 Davis 'St. or call Dixie Froggatte. BR 6-5526. —31tf 21—Business Opportunities MULLIGAN CAFE for lease. Contact Kenneth Johnson, Bay Ser vice Station, BR 6-9958 or BR 67968. Immediate possession. —31pd WANTED. Western Auto Dealers. $12,500 and up. Choice locations available in a Seven State Area. Write for free booklet. Ervin F. Kruse, Western Auto, Dept. 24, 801 E. Zimmerly, Wichita, Kan sas. —7 KU Student Stabbed During Alltercatian DENVER (AP)—Robert Oliver of Kansas City is in satisfactory condition from a stab wound in the back suffered during an allter cation outside a neighbor hood Denver theater early Firday. Oliver, a student at the University of Kansas, was taken to St. Luke's hospital. Police said the stabbing followed an argument with two unidentified men. They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hado MRS.FLIBBERT SPENT 816 DOUCH TO RIO HER PUCE OF GOPHERS WMICM WERE MAKIN6 THE LAWM UMSI6HTLY' Mow SHE'S GOT HERSELF ABIQ BOXER AS A PET AND LOOK HOW HE TREATS SAID LAWN-- TRANSLATION DEAR.O/AW Young Hobby Club Make A Satellite From Old Parasol By GAPPY DICK The make-believe satellite described as today's fun-project will attract lots of attention if hung in a tree in your yard. To make it you will need the ribs of two discarded parasols. Check with your parents, aunts and others to see if you can obtain two parasols of identical size that are no longer useful for their regular purpose. Open the parasols and strip off the cloth. Remove the handl- Cover with Foil es. Then fasten the ribs and center poles together to form the frame of the satellite as in Figure 1. Tie the center posts together with cord. The tips of the ribs may be fastened together with several turns of fine wire. Cover the entire framework with sheets of aluminum foil. Use a type of household glue that will hold metal surfaces together. With white enamel, paint portholes around the satellite as in Figure 2. Apply dots of black enamel to represent rivets holding the aluminum plates. Finally suspend the satellite from a tree branch as in Figure 3. It will sway with the wind. Monday: Lots More Good Fun For Every Boy and Girl) Man, 82, Uses Bicycle For Long Junkets ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)— John Eyman Muycles to his orchard and beoliivts at Cedar Vale \vhetever they noed tending. Cedar Vale is 30 miles away. Eyman is 82. "I may be too old to get a driver's license," says Eyman, ''but I'm also too stubborn to ask anyone to chauffeur me around." Page 17 Garden City Telegram Saturday, August 31, 1963 Mother of Three Children Is Killed ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)— A hit-and-run car struck and killed Mrs. Sylvia Sue Brown, 31, at an Arkansas City intersection Friday. Mrs. Brown was the mother of three children, 6, 8 and 11. The family moved here from Los Angeles a year ago. Her husband, Walter Ray Brown, is a mechanic. CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffei] ir n 23 31 ft 5? 2.4- 42. 37 zo IB 12 IS Z| 43 44- ffo 13 8 •28 to HORIZONTAL 1. clcatrix 6. uncooked 8, Greek letter 11. duration 12. Greek letter 13. thin nail 14. on top of 15.revere 17. recommence 19. vestigea 20. pastry 22. Insect 23. crippled 26. titles 28. frozen water 81. sour 82. exist 33. scrutinize 84. akin tumor 35. killed 36. flock 37. before 39. Identical 41. billiard strokes 44. put down again 48. tested 60. rope, 51. erasa G2. time period 53. border 54. letter 55. school of seals 68. European river VERTICAL 1. heavenly body 2. quote 8. Hebrew prophet 4. supposed 6. complete change 6. daughter of Zeus 7. need Answer to yesterday's puzzle. a 31 Average time of lolutlon: 26 minute*. (<S> J'J(J3, King Features Synd., Inc.) CUYPTOQUIPS 8-31 8.rehears* 9. detest 10. Roman date 13. cereal husk 16. epochs 18. mother 21. exhaust* 23. statute 24. expert 25. chemical elements 27. compensated 29. vehicle 80. conclusion 83. English, poet 86. prefix: half 38. Italian city 40. pronoun 41. yield 42. hatchet*) 43.fastener 45. assists 46. English prelate 47. ruminant mammal 49. personality EBZVXLXK EZVXPXKCV E B Z E C- WCFGC JFWCWJQ EBZLJUUZB'U CPPJFPXZF. Yesterday's Cryptoqulp: SOMfo SEANCES CONTAIN OF FATUOUS FANATICISM.

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