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CLASSIFIED Mln. charge any ad 4le 1 day, per word Ac 3 days, per word , 15e « days, per word 24e 26 days, per word We Less 10 per cent for cosh in advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 o.m. me Telegram is responsible for only incorrect insertion. I—Soeciol Notices 2—Miscellaneous Garden Ciry Kesicienfi If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekday! 4:00 p.m. Satjrdayi Please Call 8R 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Vuui Poprr .ATTENTION MAIL SUBs-ClUB , ERS: Wheii writing about >ourj Telegram sulx.'cnption p ! e « s e sen<j your address and all mini , bcrs as fihowo on 8 recent issue.! I LOFTY PILi:. KRKF. from soil i; ; Hie carpet rlr-anrd -with lihic l.islrc llcnl i-lcrlric shampooer .SI M (-chine ami Paynr. — ;i l'"()lt SALK: Junior year school hooks. HI! G-OSXi. —4p<l 3—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: OUTRKiGKR PONTOON for crane. 18" .square base tap-: ors iji to four 18" high. Red sfcel v.Ml) carrier handle. Lost between Northern Natural lioosler Station and (iaideu City, liced Stinmct/. Hli (i-aoifl —I I S—JusinaM Stnrtett ruP .<oll '.01 y*rd», deliver*. Dial BR 8-3771 Smith Sani v.;npany. —31" CUSTOM MI.SC rolling on your farm. Powell's due rolling sf>rv- ice. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone BR 6-7814, 503 N. 13tli. (farden City. -i2tf AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner Sabs and Service. Marc-eilc Pore. 1C') Anderson, Garden City. Phone BR (i-4131. —2''t! 6—Good Things To Eat I-'RKSIf DUG potatoes. Grade A whites and culls. Culls SI.00 per I Of) Hi*. Reds ready later. Will be ditfHinx for three weeks. Five mile* west of Holcomb. '! FOR SALK: Ripe cantaloupes, picked fresh everyday. '2 bushel $1.00. We.stof new Conlinental Inn. -intf 7—Help Wonted WAITRKSSKS AND COOK'S assistant. Apply in person at Flamingo Inn. —13tf WAITRKSSKS. Please apply in ' person at Continental Inn bc- wecu 1-5 Monday through; Thursday. —I7lf ' Page 10 (•union f'll.v Tt : Tuesday, September 3, 1963 15—Form Machinery MRS. ROSE NAAB PUBLIC SALE September 25 th Anyone having machinery to sell on this sale, give listing to Mrs. Naab or Earl Barton not later than September I 5th. Advertising will be pro-rated. 257.H 1D58 BALDWIN COMBINE A 1 condition; also Alli s Model K 2-rnw corn head. All for $2fl. r >0. Harold Hennigh. K n g I e-w o o d. Kans. No phone. —5 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry REGISTERED ENGLISH Setter puppies. Just two left. RR G- 5629. —3 In Washington More Jobs, Seen in U.S. cm i IF LOLLIL PP BR LOST: (iuld scription nl and bron/n pre- BR fi-5fi2(i. — ~i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS -! -Meeting every Thursday, 8 •p.m., at Gardondalo Recreation ' Center. Write Box 713 for (roc ; literature. Membership strictly . anonymous. Phono BR 6-7011 or j BR 6-3718. 2— Miscefloneovs b — Business Services COMPLKTK AUTOMOTIVE scr- vice, tune up brake service, major overhaul air conditioner installation and service, automatic transmission of all types. Garrison Auto service, f!R G-,'!f)-12, 2.')OJ N. Main. Call anytime. —2411 ROTO TILLING. Planting and lawn mowing. Trimming hedge. !•' red's Yard .Service. RR (i-7500. -Hi RENT -- Camper trailers »} by day, week or month. Bill Rage), <»:', Nortfi 9th. Phon e HI! 8-6730 or 6-52-18. — IGlf MCVICKKK anu SCOTT proles siona) auction service, BR 0 64G2, Garden City, Kansas. — 32U FOR SALE. Used Silvertone slide Trombone and mutes. BR (i 5269. --:> WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less prit-c ; than here. (Regular shelf price. 1 Necly's A-G -2Uf BUNDY B-flat clarinel. Kood condition. $30.00. Call BR 68770. — 3pd TYRIAN LODGE No. 246 AF&AM Masonic Tempi* Stated Communication WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. Work in 2nd Degree JS7-IT-H C % Gideon Baptist Churc'.i Bonds for sale. Interest paid semiannual!}'. Write Rev. Martin Ralstin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansas. —7tf CUSTOM HORSE shoeing Call BR C-3707. —5pil m*nni COOLIR hom»§ Install our rock wool insulation now for a cooler home this iummer. Free Estimates DOUGLASS ROOFING 252-257-H VACATION TIMK IS here and you'll need Fansler's front-end alignment on your car before hand. Call BR'6-4:);>:!. —3 ENUINE TUNE UP. Quint's'; Automotive, 8th and Fulton, j BH 6-53X2. —3 i ADULT WOMAN for evening in-, sid c u'ork Apply at Cree-Mec Drive In. ' -2Stf. WANTED: WOMAN to care for urn all child plus light hoxse-1 keeping. Alust sleep in. Call BR B-G15-1 or write Leroy Nichols, Holcomb. —3 WANTED WAITRESS. Apply in 1 person. Jado Cafe. —'22tf WANTED: DEGREE teacher lo teach nth and 6th grades all Lincoln School immediately. Con-j tact Mrs. Kenneth Way, 1405 B. Street. Garden City, Ks. Phone 1 BR G-1700 or BR 6-1761 —:i CANVASSERS WANTED, local j j and surrounding area. Good • i starting pay. car expense. No I selling. Call BR 6-7311 9 to 11 a.m. only. —7 , PART TIME Concession help. Ap-1 ply in person. State Theatre. —3tf| 8—Situations Wanted { WANTED: Ironings, sewing and; alterations. BR 6-3135. —1311! WILL CARE for aged people in my home. 702 N. 7th. Mrs. Othal Rohson. BR 6-7974. -."> SCHOOL ,BOY, 18. wants work of any kind after school and I week-ends. BR 6-5068. —3 i 7—For Rent 6-8112. ONLY TWO left! Beautiful ptirc- bral German Shepherd pups. Excellent watchdogs. '•}•'» mile west of Piercevile on North River Road. Floyd Patee. —9 19—Wearing Apparel WASHINGTON fAP) - In the nev\s from Washington: ECONOMY: More jobs and more income for most American families 10 years hence are part of the generally bright ft.i1.urc foeoast for the U.S. economy in a National Planning Association study. Average family income will rise $2,200 from tile 1062 figure to $9.300 and the unemployment rate will drop from 5.G to 4 per cent despite 15 million more workers by 1973, the association's center far economic projections said in a Labor Day forecast. The Gross National Product will rise to S904, billion, a 63-per cent increase over 1S02, and thn nation's population will rise 38 million to 226 million, the study said. The major dark spot in the generally optimstic report is for the unskilled worker. There will be a 12.5-million in- I'jease in white collar jobs, but tnly 2.5 million for blue collar workers. IN- study .said. ITS B 17—Seeds, Feeds HAVE YOUR Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting in Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 253-255-257-H FOR SALE: 2000 bushel Otttowa seed wheat, grown from our 1962 certified seed, on clean ground. No obnoxious weeds. Germination Slate test 96 r .'. Ernest Bauer, Clay Center. Ks. —3 ANCIENT MARINERS: The Smithsonian Institution reports 'hat Orir>rira!,s may have crossed long a-go as 5,000 years. "Prehistoric voyages across the Pacific Ocean from southern Japan to tho coast of Ecuador—pos- !-:ibly as early as 3000 B.C.—now are postulated on the basis of substantial archeological evidence. . .." The Smithsonian announced Monday. Papers by two Smithsonian ex- j yerts. Betty J. Megsxjrs and CHf-' ford Evans, said tracing the presence of Orientals in Ecuador long before th-; birth of Christ was i based on a modern method of dat- \ in« ancient relics—in this case, pottery. j //«.',//; MR A \ARROW LOT - llo-.r; "_.,• -I-;;" r; ..,<;. /',„•.//,! ,0,,l{ /.,;,• To/ -;;..,•,• <,.••! 01 i: .,. ,r • pace. The Hi ing-dining area is /on,; and en' •• •. .- nnunl'-ii. I'If /,--;',<;/<•• u »r( i:rea Hi li, <• (it, i c . 1 . leave.'; room for a corner breakfast table. Kitcl.^n tn.<l b(i^irr..ini ',-.<• bu.'.-t'j-lhir'. />/.vfi'>,'.•:; 'or reonoxiy. i'i.r feel of closets in tli* bcJri.'um ririint/'- minimum ,;uu<<'i in •• \i liitmn . .|N/<<,''• •; i, /.i.-i /inner, 1000 5lW St. Xortli, Si. I'ctertbiirz 10. l-l,i. Young Hobby Club New Twist for Saving Pictures SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Backhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt 6R 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton G«rd«n City George Smith S3-TF NON-GROUP Blue Cross-Blue Shield enrollment is now open. For further information call BR G-lSilO. Garden C'ilv. —-3 FOR RENT — Apartment, beau- tii'uly furnished, buffet style. See it. Reasonably priced. Warren Hotel, BR 6-3221. -21U NOW LEASING! Luxury 'wo bedroom apartment. Patio, basement built-ins. Air conditioned. $115 a month. Call BR 6-4731. ' -3 18—Household Needs IIALLICRAFTER CONSOLE 22'' T.V., good condition; antenna; combination Whirlpool washer- dryer. BR 6-7333. —6 FOR SALE. 30" gas range. Call BR G-4625. —3 will speak at a White House con- terencc to encourage businessmen j to expand U.S. exports, it was announced Monday by Undersecretary of Commerce Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. thc conference will be held Sept. 118. Kennedy, in his message to Congress on the balance of payments July 18. said the purpose of Hie conference is lo emphasize to businessmen "that vigorous action to increase their exports would serve their own private in- ierests as well as the national in i trrest." By CAPPY DICK Striking photographs of magnificent b u i 1 d o n g s constantly show up in newspapers and magazines. Many of the photos arc worth preserving and the collecting of them forms a tine, new hobby for boys and girls. Instead of simolv cutting out ROOM FOR boy school. 618 10th. WE3TINGHOUSE Refrigerator, ! BALANCE OF PAYMENTS: good condition, $35; BR 6-7339 Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y.. said | —4 ' today that President Kennedy is : 20-Autos end Truck, close to —29tf j IN TODAY One of Garden Citv'« nicer two bedroom houses with double <J«rage, carpet and full basement. No loan expense, immediflto possession. Less than I VOT old. Just long enough for the original owner to do all the wort*. Also ? bedroom on North 7th St. same as new. Attached qaraqe and finished basement rooms, corpolud with beautiful yard. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-454* Aboul the nicest two bedroom home in town, brick, sir conditioned, full finished basement, patio, double aaraqe on Pats Drive. Buck 3 b*droom. air conditioned wiih family room on Pats Drive. 3 bedroom dir conditioned with new carpet and f.ill basement on Evans HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY NICELY FURNISHED apartment. Air conditioned, central • heating, private bath; clos9 in. i adults; BR 6-3583. — "Itf ! SLEEPING ROOM, \ery dose- 1 in. Outside entrance. Finnup Seed, BR G-6911. —6 XKWLY DECORATED room with . kite-lien privileges. BH (>-."i70G. _ 5 BACHELOR SIZE I' u r n i s he d house .Adults. Bills paid. MR li•100.1 . — - n > 1955 CHEVROLET, recently overhauled. Slick. $375. BR 6-6708 [ evenings. —20tf i FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet two ! door Belairc. Excellent shape, good tires. Call BR 6-6071. —3 FOR SALE: 1983 4 door. V 8 : | Biscayne Chevrolet. short-term measures that are no more effective than "building ScMid castles to protect our shores." "The imbaance of International payments it getting worse—not \ better—and it threatens to con- ; tinue along a course unfavorable '•. In us, Javits said in a speech : the pictures and placing them in board a n d cut all llir way around the building's outline. So that it will stand upright, an easel-type support of cardboard should be glued to the back of the cutout as in Figure 2. Once the hobby lias been started, it won't be long before many building pictures luiv c . been accumulated and those may be displayed as the boy lias done in Figure 3 where he has placed the mon top of his dresser. It will be interesting to hunt for pictures of the world's most famous buildings — the Taj Mahal, for example. St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome and the Capitol in Washington. D. C. There are many buildings that are considered to be architectJral masterpieces. Part of the fun of this hobby will be in doing the research among library books to learn all about thc features of 'the buildings. K "ll I ' I I'i tiled in Hit, Run Accident IIUTCIIINSON. Kan. (AP) — A 2.Vyi.'ar-old father of four small children. Richard Henry Gee, was struck and killed by a hit and run car in downtown Ilutchinson shortly alter midnight Monday No one apparently saw the accident. Gee's body was found within l.J minutes, b'll police said they were without any clues to the identity of the car or the driver. The Reno County Coroner. Dr. G. A. Chickering. attributed death to a broken neck. Other injuries suffered by Gee indicated the car dragged him ov er the brick pavement, Dr. Chickering said. Mrs. Gcu was placed under the care of a physician after learning of her husband's death. She is e\ncctin« a fifth child. T!",' dentil will not count as a Labor Day fatality. It is the county's 19th of the year, and Hutchinson's fifth. Glue to Back Tomorrow: How to Make a Pair of Cardboard "Moon Shoe 5 "! Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred J. Noonan, disappeared on July 2, 1937, while en route to (lowland Island from Lap. New Guinea. miles. Can be financed, will take S2100. See at 408 Davis St. or call Dixie Froggatte. BR 6-552G. -:utf 1957 Dodge pickup V8, dual tires, side gas tanks, overload and load stabilizers. Clean, excellent condition. Price $900. Call BR (5-6714. —5, 21—Business Opportunities BR 6-7741 8R 6-3675 252-TF 'GARDEN CITY MULTI-LIST AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut 8R 6-4622 fcve. 6-3164 Ntiv J-bcdico-" b-icV 2-bedroom fell bsmi. 3-b»droom brick, bin-.t INVESTMENT D D p I e K — I d r q e one bedroom corner lot. Good location. Excellent buy loi J8.000.00. Su" untl ground floor apaltment house. Yi-.irly qrojs oier $5,000.00. Id.-al for retirement. $37,500.00. 396 ft. Fulton Street frontaqe. 330 ii rie.p Under $30,000.00. Atherton Stallsworth Agency HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or TraHa Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurd IR 6-7741 7-fF _ DY OWNER: Two bedroom, lull i 23 — Instruction basement, lar^e kitchen and family mom. Uirch cabinets, solid oak paneling, ceramic tile in kitchen and bath. Drapes, partially carpi-ted. Double thermo- pane windows, central air condi- lionuit;. Attached garage, fenced hack Yard. Close to school. -Ill Dau.s.' BH 0-7100. — litf WANTED. Western Auto Dealers. $12,500 and up. Choice locations available in a Seven State Area. Wrile for free booklet. Ervin F. Kruse, Western Auto, Dcpt. L'4, [801 E. Zimmerly. Wichita, Kan- 1 sas. — 1 WANTED: PIANO students. Mrs. Charles Walter. KiOl Old Manor WESTERN PLANESALES Beechcraft • Sales • Service a to. Javits said reform of the worlds monetary system is es-, sential. and proposed an interna-1 tional conference lo consider long range solutions. British Unions in Labor Wage Hassle BRIGHTON, England (AP) ~i Britain's trade union leaders met behind closed doors today to iwad j off a split over nationwide wage .. restraint that could damage- the' Labor party's chances in next year's elections. \ National planners want the tin-, ion s to gear wage demands to tli3 country's economic health. Leaders of the Trades Union Congress, industrial parliament of 8,315,000' British \\-ovkcr.s—arc inclined to agree. Pail leaders of several large un- i ions are demanding that no re-; strictions be placed on their 1'i-ce-! dom to press wage demands. ' can create a much more interesting display by turning each photo into a stand-up picture as in Figures 1 and 2. The way to do this is to cut the buildings from tJie picture, paste it smoothly on stiff card- Dazed Youth Walks Into Train, Killed NIANGUA, Mo. (AP)—A Marsh. ; field, Mo. bo'y apparently dazed; in a traffic accident, walked away ; from the scene Monday night and i was struck and killed by a Frisco freight train. He was identified by the Missouri Patrol as John Steven Willis 17. His body was found on the Frisco right-of-way by a train crew". Troopers said Willis had wandered from his ca r which ran off Webster County road at 7 p.m. The body was discovered at '. 10 p.m. Railroad authorities be-; lieve he was struck by an eastbound train shortly before that. CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbefjer /G, .72 •22 •It 20 30 JL 25- Fol! SALK by owner: New two bedroom. Hasement. garage, i-arpt't. Excellent »ch».il location. S"»"> dawn. Call Owon Grublc alti-r li p.m. fill 6-4180. —1C PRIME HflLDlN'G lot for sale in Northeast Garden City. fi>l ION F. P, ; l»o BR 6-S2c? Vl/,500 i750 do«n . $16000 BUY 01 Sdl THROUGH « $400 DOWN * $99.00 per month * 3-bedroom, garage * Bas3meni Now available at . 605 HOWERTON PLACE SEE THIS! : 1250 »qusit let: G « ,«,,r , brie it horv,« .siTh attached ^aio fi.ll bailment b-ilt 'n c.c-i a r« n g d, carpeted a n d I ; b j T h •.. tflriye bedroo."ii> up a T d I brarc n< basement. Thii n c q^.-hi, ho n JI7 900 BU 6 4731— E.e. BR 6-31 17 MEMBERS t, . l)Td t'i « Qrth e ^ ! A bitrd c t DON lALLbY Kejit^l H-'v^J.^A'aen'.^ Lee K liner and Son in- 6R Bfr 6 '975 otl Rcollo i 11 a—Mobile Homes SAVE AT ULYSSES! bi« the Urqust mobiU homt built to b« pulled by one truck. The Leisur«ma 24' x 54' . . folds down to 10' » 54'. Open Sunday) JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES UMses. Ki FL 6-1414 202-TF J2—Formers Woiits & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling anil stai-k- i:i\j. Kuyeiie Maaon. Ueertielil. -CO-71^1. —3tf 15—Form Machinery FOR SALK: liiiil Gleaner li!' C \\iiii Aiisi-1 fait. $J-,")U.UO; lUtW (ili-uiU'i- .Moili'l A S^jO.CU Kale^ta IinplomciU I'D., Kalvesta. K.- -4pii CANVKl.N.i : l.Kl) rlt-anev. n-.;n- plcte \\ii,i i-K'i-trit- motur, 1UO !i. loti u., - :'!ii! tie) hour capu.'it>. Like nev.. , c '22c. (ieorge Bretz. lluk-umb, Ka;i-o> Phone 426-o''i"iu Aircraft Rental Charter and Instruction Private Pilot Ground School CUsses begin Monday Sept. 16th. 7:30 p.m. Call BR 6-3286 255-H Rocky Urges Big Tax Cuts NF.W YORK iAP>—Gov. Nelson A. Rocki-k-ilcr of New York nrgi-s big and immediate tax cuts and a program to protect the nation's gold supply. He made the proposals Monday ni-jht in a statement criticizing I'ri'sidoiil Kennedy's fiscal policies. Rockefeller acc.iM'd Kennedy of using "tardy half-measures" to combat unfavorable international balance of payments that could cause 'crisis of confidence in tiie dollar." He said that letting things con tiuue as they are ccjld bring on a \\uilduidc depression, and added: "Timid tinkering \\itli this problem of international payments is a luxury we cannot ai- ford " i sleep like a king with a COMPACT UOHIXOXTAi. -M .•M I ,,i, il |i ! ,,,i \i-itebrj\e i;.uM;tr D. map of l.v rlri-'u-<! ft inr\irir;:i 1 5J U-iii'ir." M.KTII Al, 1 .-.iiulliill^ 1'iiin. -MI << H Nii'-i-i-fii-ii HI niilive niL'tal 11 fuotlike • irgaii 17. I'.US.SK-.U The compact Polar Prince is Coleman's name for ita revolutionary new home air conditioner. This low cost unit cools every room in your house. And the cost is only slightly more than you'd pay for 2 or 3 old-fashioned window units that wouldn't begin to do the job. does in fast, too. Most installations take less than a day. We do (he whole job. fall us now for details, and fr«* Cali male LARRY KLIESEN'S COAST-TO-COAST STORE 120 E. Chestnut Garden City. Ks. 33. 34 36 39 41 i'J. puilll . stones . musical passage Italian coins vij;or imil uf clt-otrical reluctaiue . insect. egg dye unaspiratoci consonants a surge sou of Selii jiian.s An.swei to Saturday's puzzle. 3. r ) Russian nvc-r 37 fniit (inult '.'j^. reposed •10 vo.:« 4'i rail biri •!"> lipped •Iti lien 47. Diit- h < J htT-be IS mi.'K-ial spring -19 auditory Attrtie lime u( tolulluu . 3J taliiui, tC !i*63. KlIlK KtatUi < .-• S> l.il . Ill- C K D D X A K R H X Y C V A L V H H H p K R R B X L Y H V . Saturday's C optoijuip: PROLIFIC POLITICAL PROP 4.. WtGi'i^uK i AimN'TiOX

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