Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 7, 1964 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, February 7, 1964
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CLASSIFIED Mm. choree owy oa ........••• ••• 1 day, per word *t f day*, per word 11t I days, per word |4t 24 days, per word 9fe Us* 10 per cent for cash hi odvOMt DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS OeodliM for day of pvblteafiM Weekdays cmd Saturday* 9:00 a.m. Tke Telegram is responsible far only incorrect insertion. Senleat INC. • IS TON MOBILE CRANE • BASEMENT EXCAVATING • BULLDOZER WORK • MOTOR GRADER • 8ACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 IAOI E. Fulton Girdtrt City APARTMENTS, ADULTS only. 615 N. Main. —2 TWO BEDROOM, forced air. one child, 220, almost new, uptown 307 E. Chestnut. $85.00 BR 6-5140. 11—.fted Estate FOR SALE: Two bedroom brick home. BR 6-8108. — lib—.Earm*. land, Henefccs •oft! Gftrtfcn Clt.v Telegram Friday, febrvatf 7,W4 20**A«ras and trucks Wilt r Wayne Pace Warriors By tHB ASSOCIATED PR6SS1 Warriors putted away after Wilt Chamberlain flipped in! leading by only 60-59 at the WANTED: ACREAGE for hybrid VEHICLE FOR Sale: 1955 1HC ; «,"£,*„ theSan Francis«I : hitf *,««<] «n»«rl.«MM ei «*/%/! 1 ti«41 /\»» I^nH 4>t***t*A >*••<<• *»4*i« 4-n« •»«!• .*•. MA r _ _ .- .... TWO BEDROOM Third. „ house. __3 t f i seed sorghum production, land i three quarter ton pick-up, re- must be irrigated, clean and ftee ; built motor, new tires, A-l shape, Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. —Itf 2111 from noxious weeds, at least '2 —3tf! mile isolation from other sorghum . If interested contact Best Co. BR 6-6921. —15 can be financed, $495. BR 6-5505 after 7:00 P.M. —8 Warriors beat Pistons 104-97 the Detroit; The victory and tightened Thursdav n'-rht ., ,t, GOOD USED light weight 22 27-TF | TWO BEDROOM house. $75.00 a i r ifl e . BR 6-6884. —31tf NOTICE FARMERS — You can month. Call BR 6-7827. —5tf still get in on our low off sea- i PATTERSON'S STUDIO apart- son Hurry this offer 1—Special Notice* 2—Miscellaneous prices last 7814, ask for Caroll. Powell's Disc Rolling Service. —7pd ment, adults only, central heating, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. —6tf WANT TO BUY: 10 gallon crock. BR 6-3152. —10 CONVERSION GAS burner for coal furnace, BR 6-6243. —7pd Garden City Reiicfonts If Your telegram Doesn't Arrive ly 5:30 p.m. Weekday! 4:00 p.m. Saturday! Pleaie Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekday* *-S p.m. Saturdays For Your Paoer McVICKEfl AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 66462. Garden City, Kansas. . -Itf FOR SALE: •ccordian. 120 base Scandalli Call BR 6-6058. -7 WE PAY $1 cash If any same item can be "urchased at nny Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. —31tf FOR SALE: A 1963 427 cubic inch Ford engine complete. Single 4-barrel carbcrator. Call BR 6-7433 after fi:00 P.M. —7tf DEADSTOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6.6711 Garden City, Kansai JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Alwayi Sl-TF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8! WELL KEPT carpets show the TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BK 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. -31tf p.m., at Gardendaie Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. results of regular Blue Lustre spot cleaning. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. McClung and Payne, —7 ATTENTION ERS: When writing about your TelegranX subscription p le a s e •end your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue. -Itf I AM not responsible for debts other than my own. David Aumiller. ' —8pd 5—liuineu Services NEEDING SERVICES on these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pickup nnd delivery on small appliances within city. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I IR Northeast, bull* in k|»ehen, ' 2 year old 3 bedroom with -family carpet, attached- qaraqe, patio and room and full basement, double qa- air conditioned. Malt* us an offer. rage northslde. Owner leaving. 1 bedroom split level northeast. 3 bedroom atr conditioned split level northeast. conditioned split 3 BR with fine detached garage and shop behind. Northwest. Make ui an offer. Under $1,000. 121' building lor en corner north- wait. ,Make us an offer. 2 IR right by schools with basement, l.inq redecorated and carpeted, with barn In back. Make us •n offer. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY IR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 IR 4.4544 4 bedroom air level northeast. Brick 3 bedroom with finished basement northwest. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6.367ft IMF 6—Good TWngt To lot FOR RENT: Two bedroom house i SMALL USED cement newly decorated, full base- Call BR 6-4460. ment, two car garage, water softener and furnace. Good school location. Available March 10th. $75.00 a month. 503 Emerson. -8pd mixer. -8 15— Form Machinery FOR SALE: 5K14 Kohler power theif hold on first place in the i close Western Division • race of; jn the National Basketball Association. Chamberlain and Wayne Hightower combined for 34 points in the second half as the at was San San Jose Fran- COMMERCIAL BUILDING 25' by 100', located 218 S. Main. Fin'nup Office. BR 6-3032. —lOpd plant, 110-220 Volt. Glenn H. Renfro, 1724 Morris. Garden' City, Kansas. Phone BR 6-5187. —8 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry 10—Room and Board HAVE STEADY job on local farm. Room and Board wanted. BR 6-6322. -8pd no—Mobile Homes FOR SALE: Two registered female German Shepherd pups. 1406 "A 1 . -8 THREE GUERNSEY and one roan milk cows. Leonard L. Woods, Kfllvesta, Kansas, Phone I 7W3. ' -« 1951 PONTIAC AUTOMATIC transmission, Radio and heater, new recaps. Good mechanically, priced to sell. Phone BR 63476. —7 1957 STUDEBAKER President, V8, automatic, four doo», $175. See at El Rancho Trailer Court space 15. Call BR 6-4752. —lOpd BROASTED CHICKEN only at the Cree-Mee Drive-In. Eat it here or call by phone and take it home. , —8 7—Help Wonted Agents Wanted Garden City, Lakin, Leoti, Scott City, Ulysses, Cimarron, Dighton, SubUtte, Satanta,Meade and Liberal. • Part Time or Full Time • All Lina Insurance • Attractive Commissions • Insurance Experience Not Required • 27th Largest Mutual Company in United States • TV Advertising Furnished by Co. Write or Phono Larry Whitaker MFA Insurance Companies Garden City, Kansas P.O. lox 704 IR 6-3628 II-3T 17—Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE: Baled milo, wheat, straw, and rye hay. Charles Brinkmeycr. Phone BR 6-5840, Imperial Route. —10 Garden City Mobile Homes Hiway 50 West BR 6-4811 24', 12', 10' Wide New Trail; ert now on display. Alio 10' and 8' wide Died Trailers. 70-TF GOOD hay. , 6-5367. THIRD $35.00 a cutting alfalfa ton. Phone BR —7pd BALED ALFALFA, last cutting. Call BR 6-7234 evenings only. —8pd FOR SALE: Shumac bundled feed, baled prairie hay, baled wheat. $18.00 per ton. Ed D. Murray, EL 5-6358 Lakin. —13 18—Household Needs $545 down and $86.26 e month include! interest, insur- FOR SALE: Ironite ironer Phone BR 6-4948. -8 anee and i«lei tax. Will buy| FOR SALE . Roper gag range a brand new 10 wide, two . Phone BR 6-7597. -f FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING New Beer front-end alignment equipment has fust been installed and we are pleased to have Mr. Allen Unruh as our Alignment Specialist. Mr. Unruh hat had ten years experience in Garden City en front-end problems. A "drive-over* 1 toe-in gauge has been installed In our Service Department driveway and every car and truck it automatically checked fre* of charge. If you are in doubi about the front-end alignment or wheel balance just drive in for a free and quick check-up. SALESMAN: PART time, possible full time. Nationally Known product Box 137. Garden City Jans. • —8 bedroom, completely furnished with storm windows, gas heat, 20 gal. hot water heater. Leisurama — 24 feet wide. * New Moon — 12 feet wide. Hiway 50 West JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. SCHREIBER MOTORS Chevrolet - Oldsmobile - Cadillac SIS N. Main BR 6-3216 82-H MANAGER — WELL established business with good future. No age limit. Agricultural background preferred but not necessary. Give references, experience and education. Salary based on ability. Mail replys to Box H142 % the Telegram. —8 HELP WANTED: Wanted housekeeper, six days a week. Phone BR 8-5801. —IS Rent ONE BEDROOM furnished upstairs apartment and garage. Adults. No pets. BR 6-4323, ask for Lydia. -24tf 7 days We trade for anything cheap Phone BR 6-7597. —8 PRACTICALLY NEW headboard for Hollywood bed. Good used mattress and box springs. BR 6-7335. -«tf USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. -Itf USED CARS ALWAYS "88" WHERE HE'S GOING! -—*> '61 OLDSMOBILE Holiday Sedan with 73-TF HOWARD SMITH . REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 113 W. Laurel IR 4-7741 T.TF NEW HOMES. $695 down. $89.97 Mo. 6 closets, fully carpeted. Drapes, Birch kitchen. Basement partitioned, semi - finished. Attached garage. Merlin Smith Ph. 6-4886 or 6-4180. —19pd FOUR BEDROOM house, Two WEST SIDE bedroom house. Small apart ments. BR 6-4001. —3tf 3 bedroom, all carpeted and drap ad. Has built in stove and full basement. 2 bedroom older home has new roof and aluminum storm windows. Have many others in all price Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6.5311 I3-TF V-8 and Hydramatic, power steering and brakes, whitewalls, EZI glass. A nice clean car inside , out. i $1845 Near-Record In Rec Play Three more games were played in recreational basketball league action at Ben Grimsley Gym Thursday night. Fuller Brush downed Santa Fe Motors of Deerfie'ld 66-26 in the opener. Johnson of Fuller Brush poured through 27 points, hitting 13 fielders and a free shot. He just missed the league record of 29 points set Jan. 21 by Earl Ella- sen of the Best Seed team. Johnson's total of 13 field goals, however, is a record. Eliasen (!ot his 29 points on 12 buckets and 5 free shots. Boyster added 13 points to the winners' total Thursday. Grant Kettler paced Deerfield with 8. Dicks' Dairy then nudged Best Seed by four points, 46-42. Jerry Wade paced the Dairymen with 17 points. Eliasen led Best Seed with 19. In the nightcap, Lakin Jaycees downed Garnand Furniture 54-43, paced by 25 points from Cliff Bur-, rows. He hit if fielders Kenney paced Garnand with 10 points. Three more games are slated tonight and another three Saturday, Yankee Sees A Tough Race NEW YORK (AP)—Tony Kubek sounds like a league presi- Rocket ! dent predicting , a 10-team tie. Everybody in the American League is going to be tough. and , The Yankees are good but there isn't a pushover in the bunch. straight and 10th a row at "home" for the Warriors. Bailey Howell'i 33 points kept the Pistons in contention all the way, The Boston Celtics nipped the Baltimore Bullets 94-92 and the Philadelphia 76ers whipped the New York Knicks 128-117 in th« other NBA games Thursday. Bill Russell was the big noise as the Celtics weathered a closing Baltimore rally to edge the Bullets before' 10,210 at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House in College Park, Md. Big Bill grabbed 34 rebounds and scored 15 points. Walt Bellamy tallied 29 points for the Bullets for the game's high scoring honors. Hal Greer scored 33 points, including 12 hi tHe final quarter to balk a New York rally as the 76ers handed the visiting Knicks their fourth straight defeat. Al Butler led the Knicks with 25. No Contract Yet for A's KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Athletics and City Council have failed again, to agree on a contract for Municipal Stadium and owner Charles O. Finley is unhappy because the city refused to help with his ticket drive. "The mayor has said that he has a crew ready to help with the sale of tickets," Finley said "But this afternoon when I asked him if h° would release them while we are negotiating, he flatly refused. He said be would turn them loose when he had a four-year lease and not before." Said Mayor Ilus W. Davis: "I don't see how he can call on the city to assist him in selling tickets when he doesn't have a lease on the stadium." After the talks — the sixth since Finley's lease expired— Finley said he would ask for an- •60 CHEVROLET Bel Air Sedan with Chevy's famous economical six cylinder engine and standari transmission. EZI glass, whitewalls. A very clean car ' school or family use. $895 Kubek was in Wausau, Wis., Wednesday when the Yankees announced he had signed his contract for an estimated $38,000. His amplified comments were made available to newsmen through a telephone f° r , hookup from his home. ! j "How cold is it out there?"! other meeting League owners of American 'to bring them in up to date." On Jan. 16 the owners refused his proposal to move the A's to Louisville, Ky. Since then, Finley has talked with officials in Oakland, Calif, about playing there. Omaha Runner Ties THE LIGHT soft glow of Spring '58 time enters your life and home i * FORD with a new vinyl corlon floor by ' Sedan with V-8 engine and auto- Armstrong practical as it is pret- matic transmission. Tires are like ty, the charm of this floor lasts "•*• Mechanically sound and tops for years. A penny pinching $59.00 does a large 10' by 12' kitchen complete. Largest selection of Armstrong vinyl corlons is at Garnands. —7 in appearance. $595 UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Available' Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3333 after five. -4tf THREE ROOM furnished apartment, close in. Call BR 6-5333. -4tf SAVE WITH A PROFIT It's a great satisfaction to be making steady progress toward a reasonable measure of independence and security by means of steadily growing savings. It doesn't take a large sum to begin savings at this Association. As little as $25 for Full Paid Shares or even 60c per month on Installment Shares will start earning liberal dividends for you. You are invited to come in for our full information. ranges. DALE REAL ESTATE '' 103 E. Laurel Call Day or Evenings BR 6-7827 12-H 70—-Autos and Truths '53 PLYMOUTH, 2 door, standard transmission. Very good mechanically and appearance. $200. B'R 6-3515. —Itf 1957 OLDSMOBILE 88, radio and heater, automatic transmission, power brakes and steering, factory air, electric seat. Good mechanically. Less than book price. Phone BR 6-3476. —7 Conventional HOME LOANS MGIC 1956 HALF TON ford pick-up. Bob Clemmens, Lincoln Road. —12pd '62 CHEVROLET Bel Air Sedan with V»8 and Power- Glide. Power steerinq and factory air conditioning. One owner car with excellent care. $1895 a fellow asked, thinking terms of 20 below and four-foot j World's Sprint Mark Sn ° W driftS ' OMAHA (AP) _ Terry Wil"It's about 40 and feels like spring," was Kubek's image- shattering reply. "We did have one stretch about 20 a few days." Taking another approach, f or a Yankee shortstop what he thought about the race. reporter asked the Hams, Omaha University sophomore sprinter, tied the world record of 6 seconds even for the 60-yard dash in a dual meet Thursday night. He beat teammate Roger Sayers by inches. Omaha Coach Lloyd Cardwell said Williams's time will be sub- 1 mitted for official recognition. SCHREIBER MOTORS 101 N. Main BR 6-3218 32-H CROSS WORD - - - By Eugene SheffeA GARDEN CITY MULT I-LIST ACRE AND HALF New—two story, 2300 feet of living area, four bedrooms, two baths, carpeted ISx20 living room. Very large bedrooms. Bast workmanship. Lots of room for that horse. Price is under (9.00 per square foot. $4,000.00 down to handle. Atherton Stallsworth 1011 C. Agency Fultoa •R ••126} FHA AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Ive. 6-3164 FOR SALE: 1958 Ford fairlano 500. New engine, new interior, excellent condition. For information call BR 6-7039. -8 21—Business • Opportunities IF YOU can sell. Have $1,500 to invest. Wish to make $1,000 per mo. plus cash awards and j premiums to give attendants and I dealers for selling, write: DRI- POWR CO., regarding dist. of their auto products, Box 695, Azusa, Calif. —12 FHA Gl THE RAILROAD BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Home Office — Newton, K«ni«i Atittt: I43.000.0QO.OO THE CARTER AGENCY I OS. 107 |. laurel C. W. £h«rlttn fl.ld M«n Phone BR 6-3171 J. O. Cirttr "Service with the Customer in Mind." Low down payment, now offering three bedroom homes in East Vil- Man or Woman OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS A new item. First time offered. Start in spare time, if satisfied then work full time. Refilling and collecting money from new revolutionary type coin ma- LARGE FAMILY? chines in this area. To qualify you Here's an answer to your problems most have a car, reference, $1000 this large 3 bedroom home has an cash to secure territory and inven- location, over sited a full basament with 15 27. 50 21 19 3O 37 58 2O 17 35" /4 47 39 2<o ideal school garage, and lage with basement and garage. No ''"'»"•• "™ '*, r "™! H, ' , lot . specials. Low 5i% interest. For do- klteh "- I0 ° bv I4 ° C8rn ' r lo * * tails contact: finished family room, bedroom and kitchen. 100' by 14( for only $17,950.00. IR 4-4731—Eve. IR 6-3117 3-bedroem. Garage, Utility room, carpeted, forced air heat. Extra nice. Only 112.500, with a 90% loan. 2-Btdroom, carpeted, finished basement, Youngttown kitchen, dishwasher, 2* baths, close to schools. Only $12.600. Only 16% dewnl TOMMY ©RAVES Auctionta,r-(U«ltor I20» Jone»—Five Polnti Garden City, Kansas |us. 6-7141 Ms. 6-4247 |en Duncan. Salesmen Its. IR Ml?) Three bedroom, t wo baths, olda'r bom*. Eatt tide location. $14,700. Atr-erton-StelUworth Campbell Abstract Tommy Grave*. Auetiona«r-R»«l*»f H«iR*m«aa Ageno DON TALLfcY. Realtor I$07 Willow lane Phone BR 6-57)0 U» Klsnef and SOP BR 6-797S Don Talloy Realtors * Jesse ScoH Healths tory. Devoting a few hours a week to business your end on percentages of collections should net above average income with very good pos^ sibility of taking over full time. Income increasing accordingly. In. elude phone in application. Write Box LI 46 c/o The Telegram. I2-3T liwk into Compound, Ont Killtd SEOUL, Korea (AP)-A U.S. sentry killed one South Korean teen-ager and wounded another Thursday when the two boys broke into a restricted U.S. Army compound. A U.N. Command spokesman said the 17-year-olds used wire cutters to get through the fence and did not heed challenges in Korean and English and a warning shot. The spokesman said the area was under guard to prevent pilfering. 50. foundation 52. chiefs 51. footless 55. prejudice 56. dessert 57. hereditary factor 58. auditory organs 59. beverage VERTICAL 1. clasp J. poker stake 3. coronet 4. cistern 5. god of war 6. impress 7. negative 8. locality ». birth deformity 10. being- Answer to yesterday's pu»sl«. HOBIZONTA*. 1. headwear 4. conceited 8. shelter 18. blackbird 13. Italian river 14. window glass • 15. commenced 17. inventor 18. fairy 19. legulative body 21, astern 23. negative 24. atatute S7. exclamation 29. schedule* 91. distance measure 83. discard 34. halting' • places 9/6. god of love 37. relieved 89. and (L.) 40. tree 41. border 42. epoch 44. fastened 47. concept ZPKV DKYZN PKRCKVN 0 K Jf PRAIKBC AIVUHZPK'V QTRHV. Yesterday's Cry^oqviip: SUCK CHICKS SURB CLICK Of OUR BIG NIQBT CfeUS 2-7 11, letter 16. ransack* 17. small rug 20. olfactory organs 22. twitching* 25. on the sheltered aide 26. the 27. region 28. pronoun • 30. form of iron 31. Spanish city S3. President of U.S. 35. golf mounj 38 «— — Earhart 41. pronoun 43. expert 45. assistant 46. expensive 2-7 49. on tiw ocean 50. valise 51. monkey ATM** * ttssw •! «a«U»: » «U»u»- ;*. donkey. <© 1964. Kiog Features Syna,. J«c.)

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