Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 11, 1964 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED Min. choree em? a*) 41* \ eJef. per word 4* J day*, per **f4 '** I days, per word 24* 26 days, per word fOt IMS 10 per cent for eoik in advance) DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of pHblteati** Weekdays and Saturday* f :00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible far only a*a incorrect Insertion. t—Good to tat tit* Tuesday, febrwefy 11, If64 FRESH SELECT Florida pink grapefruit, large juicy oranges, j potatoes, onions. Farmers Mark- i et. East Fulton. -12 111«—Mobile HotlteH -neio Wanttc SPECIAL HELP WANTED: Wanted house- $550 Jown anj , fc keeper, six days a week. Phone lndut)M fiv . v , ar , Intur4ne ,, „,„ BR 6-3601. —13 A MAN to sell and service a nationally well - known product. Men are making SlOO.OO. $200.00, $300.00 a week. Necessary to be a worker and furnish 5 references. Write. George Ball 1028 S. Broadway Wichita, Kansas. —11 1— Special Notices 2—Miscellaneous Garden City Reiidentt If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive ly 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturday* For Your Paoer ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at (Jardendalc Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 0-3718. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p le a s e send your address and all numbers* as shown on a recent issue. -Itf 2—Miscellaneous WE PAY $1 cash If any same ;item can be "urchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. —31tf PILE IS soft and lofty — colors 'retain brilliance in carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Me- Clung and Payne. —11 McVICKER AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 6•462. Garden City, Kansas. : -Itf ; SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER TONIGHT, FEB. llth 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL PARISH HALL Public Invited 15-IT YOUNG M.AN. preferably under 30, for managerial assistant Small midwest company with offices in major cities nationally. FOR SAIF- A 1cw« 497 cubic - Startin * salar 5' S10 ° P° r Wefk ' I UK. SAL.K,: A 1363 427 CUD1C • ,;„„., „„„,,„,„ »„ I ,,^ 0 .T?r,moilrP inch Ford engina complete. Single 4-barrel carberator. Call BR 6-7433 after 6:00 P.M. —7tf Send resume to Luce-Romeike 5—Business Services TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. —31tf For DEAD STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAYHAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always SJ-TF ELECTROLUX CLEANERS authorized sales and service. W. L. Maddox, 307 Washington, Garden City. —lOtf Press Clipping Service. 912 Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kansas. —11 WELL ESTABLISHED retail and wholesale business in Garden City presently has opening for young married man between 25 and 35 who is looking for a bet- tt-r job and a better opportunity for business experience and advancement. Must be High School graduate or better, good appearance, clean record, good habits, alert and ambitious. Previous business experience preferred but not necessary. Pension Plan, vacations and good starting salary if can qualify. Future salary based on ability. Mail replies in own handwriting to Box N138 % the Telegram. —15 DISmVASHERrAPPLY in person, Coffee-Ann Shop. —lltf IS TON MOBILE CRANE BASEMENT EXCAVATING BULLDOZER WORK MOTOR GRADER BACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 1601 E. Fulton ' Garden City 27-TF NEEDING SERVICES en these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pickup and deliverv on small appliances within city. -7t£ STAY WARM Jn winter weather! Fre« estimates on installation of rock wool insulation. Call us today . . * DOUGLASS ROOFING SOI N. I Oth IR 6-5391 IS-H 8—Situation* Wanted WILL DO any type housework in Lakin, Garden, or Deerfield, $1.50 hour. Call EL 5-7231, Lakin —IS Rant UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Avail-able Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3333 after five. -4tf TWO BEDROOM, forced air, 220, almost new. Uptown, good neighbors, adults; $80. 307 E. Chestnut, BR 6-5140. —8tf FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Bachelor or couple. Utilities paid. Close in. BR 6-4245. —11 SMALL EFFICIENCY apartment. Located 403% N. 8th. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. -atf BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. —Itf TWO BEDROOM house, $75.00 a month. Call BR 6-7827. —5tf (General Agent Wanted I Southwest Kansas i We ere looking (or an experienced Life Insurance Sales! map who wants to step up to a General Agent, or an ! experienced General Agent who wants to better his | position. ' The opening is for a good personal producer who wants i to continue in personal production with a chance to try tome agency building but with no obligation to do so— at a much higher commission rate. We are offering Company financial assistance to recruit ICand train Agents. Top overwriting on Sub-Aaents, spe- ; cial bonuses on Agents production. Top policy plans, •full Company cooperation, policyholders leads, vested i-renewals, a 33 year old successful Company recommend,;«d by Best. u ffFor further information call Paul E. Ryan, Vice President, Hot*I Warren, Garden City, thru Friday this week. j Bankers Union Life Insurance j Comp'any ! 200 Josephine Street, Denver 6, Colorado I5-3T GARDEN CITY MULT I-LIST PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heating, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. ~6tf NICE UNFURNISHED 2W bedroom house. Adults only, $90.00. Bert J. Vance. —11 GROUND FLOOR apartments, close in, bills paid. BR 6-4235. —15 SMALL MODERN furnished apartment, $25.00 a month. BR 6-4001. —11 HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTAT6 Reel Eitete We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 11} W. laurel IR 4-TT4I T-T» t«», i*t up on your lof ready to movi in. Twe Badroom SO' x 10' Hiway 50 West Sardan City, Kantat JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6801 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything IS-TF Barry Pushes Campaign Into Oregon MARMAOUKE Garden City Mobile Homes Hiway 50 West BR 6-4811 • 24\ 12', 10' wide New Trailers now on display. Also 10' and 8' wide Used Trailers. 70-TF lib—Forms, Land, Ranches WANTED: ACREAGE for hybrid seed sorghum production, land must be irrigated, clean and ftee from noxious weed.s, at least Mi mile isolation from other sorghum crops. If interested contact Best Seed Co. BR 6-6921. —15 K—'Van* to Ivy WANT TO BUY: Six week old rabbits. 211 S. 10th. — llpd GOOD USED 14* boat, motor and trailer. Write Box 618, Garden City. -13 17—Saeds, Feeds FOR SALE: Shumac bundled feed, baled prairie hay, baled wheat. $18.00 per ton. Ed D. Murray, EL 5-6358 Lakin. —13 COTTY ALFALFA seed. Germination 74, purity 99.36. Deerfield 420-8353, Jake Brenning. —llpd WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Barry Goldwater .makes a campaign foray into Oregon today, and his supporters hope he'll draw larger crowds than those which greeted New York (!ov. Nelson A. Rockefeller there last week. The Arizona senator, like Rockefeller an announced candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, speaks at a Lincoln Day dinner in Portland's Memorial Coliseum. His backers say all 2,200 dinner scats have been sold out. with 9,000 free places in the hall to be opened when Goldwater speaks. Rockefeller's largest crowds 18—Household Needs USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. -Itf Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6-5311 Jl-TF FOR SALE: 17" TV good condition, $35.00. 1504 St. John —U THE SHINE and sparkle of a new Armstrong vinyl floor can be yours now. It laughs at stains, will stand heavy traffic. 10' by 12' kitchen laid for just $59.00 complete. Largest selection at Garnands. —11 FOR SALE: Used organ bargains — Hammond, Baldwin and Lowrey. Good used spinet piano trade-in. We will trade and finance at bank rates. HAM- J'OND ORGAN STUDIOS, Box 836 or phone BR 6-2202, Garden City. —13 20—Autos and Trucks 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 YOU CAN own a new three bedroom house with full basement for $795 down and payments $82.81 per month, includes interest and principal. North Main location. Call BR 6-4180 after 6:00 P.M. -21 ECONOMY PLUS jy.U per iquare foot Includei lot, •re* bedroomi, til* bath, forced h»«t, mahoqany cabineti, oak floor*. Well built hou>*. Pay off In 20 yi* a r t at $80.00 par month. I',!,000.00 down. What It IMPORTANT To You when you buy a new home? Mott | ipac* for th* dollar; **ii*it monthly j payment; lowait down payment. , Thr«* b*droom, all ichool location, hat carpeting, drapai, and double garag*. Two bedroom, W*tt iid», hat new roof, itorm wlndowi, and Low price lor quick tale. DALE REAL ESTATE 10) E. Laurel Call Day or Evaningi IR 6-7127 '53 PLYMOUTH, 2 door, standard transmission. Very good mechanically and appearance. $175. BR 6-3515. . —Itf 1956 HALF TON ford pick-up. Bob Clemmens, Lincoln Road. —12pd FOR SALE: 1953 Ford. Call at Red's Cities Service. —11 1961 CHEVROLET tt toh pickup. Wide box, three speed, 16,000 actual miles, excellent condition guaranteed. See at 924 N. Ninth. -13 100 Years Ago All the Kansas towns through which the projected Union Pacific, Eastern Division, would run were enthusiastic about the road's construction. Wyandotte(now part of present Kansas City) was the jumping off point on the Missouri river and as a result witnessed the first construction. This led to a feeling of pride amont the citizens and that pride was reflected in the local newspaper. The Commercial Gazette, Feb. 13, 18S4, devoted considerable space to railroad reporting, including the following: "The steamboat Majors came down on Sunday with the first load of iron for the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division, and landed it at our levee. "Some of the people, thinking perhaps 'the better the day the better the deed," got out the cannon and made the hills and valleys reverberate its echoes. "On Tuesday the Majors brought another load of Iron and the first locomotive for the road. The cannon was again brought out, and made to speak the joy of the citizens. "The laying of the ir6n on th% ties commenced immediately, and will be pushed forward wtfh energy till the first section is ready for the rolling stock. Then hurrah for a trip to Lawrence by rail. "We understand that the iron for the first forty miles will be delivered here now as rapidly as it can be laid down and that more locomotives will be hero in a short time. "Who says the 'forty milei of railroad from Wyandotte, are forty miles of humbug?' A few weeks will tell the stor;. and if we are not very much mistaken, the forty miles of railroad west from Wyandotte will be a living reality, while the forty miles of humbug will be west from some other place." "What other town in Kansas, but Wyandotte, has a railroad on which accidents can happen? We have had a railroad accident and let us be thankful that no lives were lost or bone^ broken. After pushing a load of iorn out upon the track, the other day, the locomotive was going back for another load, and getting unmanageable when near the end of the track, finally got two wheels en tirely off the rails into the mud and water on the bank of the Missouri. The locomotive Is up and on the track again, however, and no harm has come of the accident beyond the detention it has caused in laying down the rails." 23—Instruction n Oregon last Thursday and Friday were an estimated 1,003 persons each at Portland, Med- 'ord and Salem. Rockefeller has conceded Solilwater holds an edge for their May 15 Oregon primary clash Before coming to Oregon for :he first leg of a three-state Far West swing including California Wednesday and Nevada Thursday — Goldwater criti- cised the civil rights bill passed by the House Monday. Answering a question by a Negro college student in Thatch er, Ariz., Goldwater praised sections granting the attorney general new powers to ' deal with defiance to school integration, but added: "I don't think .he rest of the package is going to accomplish much, in fact it may cause more harm than. [ood " Goldwater laid he hoped the discrimination in public accommodations "will be modified to the point where it can be enforced, or dropped altogether." A Republcan presidential possibility, former Vice President Richard M Nixon, urged President Johnson to make a television address to the American people and "lay the facts on the line about what our Cuban policy is." •ut Nlxen, speaking at a news conference in Philadelphia, disagreed with Sen. Gold water and said the present Cuban crisis "is not one that vould justify the sending of the Marines in and the using of that degree of force." Nixon says he would accept a araft but is not campaigning actively for the nomination. Meanwhile, Chase Smith campaign for New Hampshire's March 10 GOP presidential pri maty. Working her way south through the Granite State, Mrs. Smith said that as president she vonld be abte to stand up to Soviet Premier Khrushchev. She called on him to show his peaceful intentions "by tearing down the Berlin wall." 20a—Motorcycles A llcyctM IMS HONDA 50, repossession less than 500 actual miles. For Sen. Margaret continued her "We were just helpln 1 Mr. Snyder paint his living room...but he fired us!" Bob Baker Always Had the Answers • r , JOHN CHAOWICK WASHINGTON (AP) — Bobby G. Baker for years seemed part of the Senate's background. For senators and newsmen alike he was an easily approached and helpful source of information about legislative activities. If you had to know the whys and wherefores, it was, "Ask Bobby, he'll know"—and he Rad-Lad Union Tokat Over BritifJt Plantation* JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Antara news agency said today a Communist-led union has defied hands-off orders by President Sukarno and seized six British - owned plantations covering 8.5 million acres in East Java. The official agency said the Union ran up the Red flag last week at the plantations, which produce rubber, coffee and cocoa. Sukarno decreed a ban last information call BR 6-7669. Learn To Fly. — 13pd 21—Business Opportunities U'» easy and profitable. In- [ IF YOU can sell. Have $1,500 to 9*reg*. q u j rl about our 707 Plan. j invest Wish to make $1,000 . . . per mo. plus cash awards and You too can have your private nre miums to give attendants and dealers for selling, write: DRI- Atherton Stallsworth Agency t Fultea II I AL WOODS Reel Ettate M 9 r. 1 W* f**l w* have tomtthinq a liHl* j different to offer th* hom*buy*r | today. $450 Down flOS Per Mo. $1% Int.r.i* rat* No ip«c!*l ait*nm«nh Termi like th*i* *r* whit today 1 ! buycrt want when th*y buy a new 3 b*droom horn* with full baitment and garage. Call ui today. i! HO. W. C : IR 6-462? live. 6-3I64 Ihre* bedroom, baitmtnt, *ll isKool 4>»a. f 1 7.950.00. Wo bedroom, large carpeted living room. Extra nice. J9.750.00. FOR SALE by owner: New large three bedroom house, full basement, brick veneer, Forced air heating. BR 6-6851. — lOtf NEW THREE bedroom house, carpeted and draped, with full basement. Call BR 6-7938. -17 licentes sooner than you think. Financing to tuit your is-H | budget. Aircraft Rental Charter end Initruction Vaechcraft • Sale* • Service WESTERN PLANESALES Call IR e-HI* IMMI-H At»*rton.$tell»wort* Campbell Abitr*et Tommy Grevet. Auetion*er-IU*lt*f H*inewee,n Ag*nc> Lt» Ki»n*r end San Don T*ll*v Reeltora J»dt ScoH (Published in The Garden City Telegnun Feb. 11. 18 and 35. 1964) IN THE COUNTY COURT O¥ FINNEY COX'NTY. KANSAS ELDON NT5WBERRY DEI-BKRT STINEMETZ. DBA NEW'BKRRY * STINEMETZ CONST. CO. ... PLAINTIFFS VS. BILL SURGE AND FINNEY COUNTY PLUMBING . . . DEFENDANTS NO. 3503 ., . ,j , L j ' , L j j LI iLiC, NOTICE OF HEARING dandy weit tide 3 bed- ) bedroom double garage right by The state of Kansas to Bill Burge .and Flraey County Plumbing, and ail 'other persons concerned: } bedroom full finiihed bei*m*i»»; . You ere hereby notified that a petl- lot. Weit tide. SPECIAL HOUSE PRICES We have ...... ] . room houi* with carport. Payment* ichool on N. Main. Nice. $102. elreedy financed. The equity U 12,100. We will trade It to you for anything you went to trad*, including K«MI* tr»ll*r». TKii houie U , like new with f«ne*d y*rd. We h*v» e ) bedroom en w«it tide that U old end cold, wit* beautiful new then *»d garage et r*«r. Thii howi* will fl* uo (in* with * Httl* elbow greeie- Iti suri *n4 w* went te i*ll it. •oar old 3 b*dr»*n houie with pert betement. Not good but cheep. KELLER-LEOPOLD ASENCY |R 4-7671 |R 64907 r II MI44 POWR CO., regarding dist. of their auto products, Box 695, Azusa, Calif. —12 bedroom with f.mily room end .r j- 100 fenc*d lot. Sereg* end lhop ;m ent in the sum of J285.00. plus lo- en weit tide. 2 iplit leveli northeeit. On* conditioned, one not. Owner i iell. 3 bedroom northweit new $1,000. down. HOWARD 8. SMITH AGENCY IR 0-7741 |R 4-3675 teri-st and costs, and for other relief, iand you are hereby required to plead «!r 11" said petition on or before th« 4th ,.„ > May of March. 1964. in said court, at "• Garden City, Kans«4. Should >ou fall theitiu. judgment and decree will b? , entered in due course upon »aid petl- tor tioa. Eldon Newberry. Delhert 8ttnem«tz. dba Newberry & Stlnemeti Const. Co. Petitions Dua»» E. West 319 North 8th II-TF Garden City. Kansa» lAttv. for Petitioner Lucas' Eye Still Sharp NEW YORK (AP)-A year's absence from playing basketball hasn't dimmed the shooting eye of Jerry Lucas, a prime candidate for Rookie of the Year honors in the National Basketball Association. Lucas joined the Cincinati Royals at the start «of the cur- ret campaign after sitting out last season. The 6-foot-S, 230- pounder had been a three-time All-America at Ohio State and was the Royals' 1962 territorial draft choice. The transition from the collegians to the pro ranks hasn't affected the play of Lucas, who tops the NBA in field goal percentage and is the fourth lead ing rebounder. Lucas has hit on 387 field goal attempts in 757 attempts for a .524 mark, league statistics showed today. He has grabbed 958 rebounds in 58 games for a 16.5 average. The Royals' sharp-shooter also reached the 1,000-point fig' ured this past week with 1,031 points for a 17.8 average. Wilt Chamberlain of San Fran cisco continues to lead the scoring parade with 2,076 points averaging 35.8. Cincinnati's Oi car Robertson is runner-up with 1,771 markers aod a 30-5 aver age. U.S. Embowy Pratt*** 'Scurrilous Attacki' ACCRA, Ghana (AP) — The U.S. Embassy has protested to Ghana's Foreign Ministry against "scurrilous attacks" on an American Negro attache who replaced an American flai torn aown during t Ghanaian demonstration The U.S. protest cited an ar tide in the government-con trolled Ghanaian Times which criticized the attache, A. Emer son Player of Denver, for re placing the banner. The paper said Player and other mem hers of the U.S. Embassy staff were engaged in "nefarious ac tivltiei." $••*• Ft Fiviftit Dtttilt in MitMtjri PUTTSBURG, Mo. (AP)-A Santa Fe freight train derailed oo a curve of • branch line fix miles northwest of Plattsburg Monday night. TfajcM trainmen were injured, two of them slight iy A Santa Fe dispatcher said the two diesel unit* and fix car* lelt the track*. month on takeover of any more British property in Indonesia. Franc* RdcerivM Fint Of U.S. J*t Tantore PARIS (AP)— Informants say ''ranee has received the first of 2 U.S. made jet tanker planes rdered to refuel its atomic wmbers The United States has reused to give direct aid to the French atomic weapons program, but it agreed in 1962 to ell France the tanker planes. usually did and would help. A nice looking young man, he was soft voiced, seldom ruffled, th« very picture of youthful confidence and competence. Since he resigned last Oct. T as secretary to the Senate'i Democra'tic majority, and came under Senate investigation, he has been a hard man to catch up with in person or by telephone. He apparently travels quite • bit now, sometimes under an assumed name. A friend describes him as still in "good spirits" and quite a busy man. H*) is n, but seems younger, and the name Bobby fits him well. He says he was born Bobby G. not Robert G., and the G. stands for Gene. Practically no one who knows him calls him Robert, although in recent years he sometimes signed documents as Robert G. Baker. A one-time Senate page boy from Pickens, S.C., Baker rose to the position of secretary to tho Democratic majority in 1955. He resigned the post, one ol the Senate's lofty ones, after a $300,000 damage suit by a local vending machine company raised questions about his outside business and financial dealings. The Senate Rules Committee is now in the midst of an investigation of whether he engaged in activities thst conflicted with his Senate duties or involved other improprieties. The committee's special counsel, L. P. McLendon, has reported that Baker has refused to t&lk with staff Investigators. CROSSWORD"- By Eugene Sbeffer\ iz IS 27 SO 26 51 Z| 13 22 SB 38 n 4Z 31 IO 24> •OHBONTAL 42. Uiric* 1. leather moccaate 4. hereditary factor I. the southwest wind 13. mountain on Crete 18. minced oath 14. network 15. 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