Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 12, 1964 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 12, 1964
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CLASSIFIED Mill, efiorgif ejti* N ..... 4 « . • . 1 day, per ward .............. At i days, per word ............. lie A days, per word ............. 14« 2A dayt, per ward ............ fOe Us* 10 per eent far eosk Hi adranc* DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline far day at publteatkM Weekdays ona Saturdays 9:00 a.m. Die Telegram h responsible far anry ana Incorrect Insertion. ti-Speetol Norfee* t Garden City Residents a" If Your r Telegram Doesn't Arrive '' ly 5:30 p.m. Weekday! 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call } BR 6-3232 ; between 5:30-6:00 p.m. ' weekdays 4-5 p.m. SaturJuvi "" For Your Paper ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS greeting every Thursday, 8 p»m., at Gardendale Recreation OJbter. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly afibnymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p le a s c send your address and all nuin- b$rs as shown on • recent issue. } • -Itf 2<—Miscellaneous tyE PAY $1 cash If any same Jitem can be nirchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. —31tf tycVICKER AND SCOTT profes" ijsional a\iction service, BR 6- Garden City, Kansas. -Itf IMEOGRAPH, A. B. Dick mod' 91. Good condition, reasonably priced. BR 6-3316. —14pd FOR SALE: A 1963 427 cubic Ford engine complete. angle 4-barrel carberator. Call 6-7433 after 6:00 P.M. —7tf auuosi I»ST: 1 t, Pound, Strayed . ST: FEBRUARY 3rd. between jttolcoml and Sublcttc 19 pieces a* angle iron 20' long. Notify /frcher Daniels, Midland Co. Itylgoinb. —13 siness Services P soil for yards, delivered ial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. _31tf NEEDING SERVICES on these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pickup, and delivery on small appli- •n<Jes within city. —7tf f ..*- t 5—Business Services DEAD'STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always 53-TF • 15 TON MOBILE CRANE • BASEMENT EXCAVATING a) BULLDOZER WORK • MOTOR GRADER • 8ACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 1608 E. Fulton Garden City 27-TF a—Good Things To tat FRESH SELECT Florida pink grapefruit, large juicy oranges, potatoes, onions. Farmers Market, East Fulton. —12 FRESH EGGS for sale. Across from Nolan stables on West Maple. -14pd /—Help Wanted HELP WANTED: Wanted housekeeper, six days a week. Phone BR 6-5601. —13 SALES ENGINEER (Oilfield) College graduate* (21-28) with one year of college ehemiitry. Previous oil field experience preferred. Advancement baied on merit. Formal training program in laboratory and field. Excellent employee benefits. \ Send reiume of education and experience te Box PI SO o/o The Telegram. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER I4--7T 7—Help Wanted 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 better job and a better opportunity for business experience and advancement. Must be Hi?h Scho6l 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 reclies in own handwriting to Box N148 % the Telegram. —15 DISHWASHER, APPLY son, Coffee-Ann Shop. in per— lltf MAN WITH milk or bread route experience $115 per week permanent. Must have good work record. See Mr. Bolster. Flamingo Motel, Wednesday, February 12, 8:00-9:00 P.M. —12 3—Situations Warned WILL DO any type housework in Lakin, Garden, or Deerficld, $1.50 hour. Call EL 5-7231, Lakin. 11—Heal tstate 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 FOR SALE by owner: New large three bedroom house, full basement, brick veneer, Forced air heating. BR 6-5851. —lOtf Three bedroom, all carpeted, and draped, hat full basement with extra bedroom for qrowinq family. Two bedroom, full batement and double garaqe. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Uurel Call Day or Evening* BR 6-7827 16-H NEW THREE bedroom house. carpeted and draped, with full basement. Call BR 6-7938. —17 FOR SALE by owner. Three Bedroom house, full finished basement, forced air heating. 412 Davis. -18 -13 no—Mobile Homes DEALER WANTED for remarkable new, nigged, off road type vehicle. Here is a real opportunity to make some good money in your spare time. Contact Arlie lox, Box 705, Mcade, Kansas. —12 ^General Agent Wanted \ Southwest Kansas are looking for an experienced Life Insurance Sales- njan who wants to step up to a General Agent, or an 'fxperiencad General Agent who wants to better hit position. . The opening is for a good personal producer who wants to continue in personal production with a chance to try ! tome agency building but with no obligation to do so— Tat a much higher commission rate. jWe are offering Company financial assistance to recruit sand train Agents. Top ov-erwriting on Sub-Aaents, spe- [fcjal bonuses on Agents production. Top policy plans, [full Company cooperation, policyholders leads, vested lienewflls, a 33 year old successful Company recommend• jrd by Best. tfcor further information call Paul E. Ryan, Vice President, '•Hot*! Warren, Garden City, thru Friday this week. - -t 1 ' 4* i -r i .j.- Bankers Union Life Insurance Company 200 Josephine Street, Denver 6, Colorado 85-3T GARDEN CITY MUL7I-LIST f ACRE AND HALF N*V~-two itory, 2300 feet of living •r«V four btdroomt, two bithi, carpeted 15x20 living room. V«ry large bedroomi. Best workmanship. Loti of room for that horn. Price it under $9.00 per iquare foot. $4,000.00 down to handle. I Atherton Stallsworth Agency 1011 E. Ful»e» IR MODEST 3 Bdrm. Eliieit home to buy In Garden City toUey! New 3 bdrm. bungalow. $350 d^wn, n o clotinq coiti, $75 per ma. including texet end Iniurence, levd*c«p!ng,, neer school. Beit* tejit! Just one left! C«ll today for •Apoiniment. AL WOODS Re«l Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 BONANZA BUYS Three bedroom, I20S N. 3rd attached garage. Utility. All ichoel location. $11,500.00. New three bedroom, large carpeted living room. $12,000.00. Fstat* •« A..NI—e*». ii *-ni7 Athtrton-SUlltwortb Campbell Abjtrae.1 Tommy Grevei. Austioneer-Reelte' Heinemenn Agenev le« Kltner end $90 Don lellev Re»lt«n J*tie $eoM te*lt*.» POSITION WANTED F u i charge bookkeeper, experienced, payroll, financial statements and Burroughs machines. Avail- ah!" Feb. 15th. W/ite Box o!49 % The Telegram. — 18pd 9—Fer Rent UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom anarfment \vi<h garage. Avail-able Feb. 10th. Call BR G-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3333 after five. _4tf SMALL EFFICIENCY apart- mcnt. Located 403% N. 8th. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. -8tf 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 PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heat- ng, tllo bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. __6tf GROUND FLOOR apartments, ' close in, bills paid. BR 6-4205. -15 THREE BEDROOM new house, has shower and bath, 220 wiring. Phone BR 6-4148 after 6:00 P.M. -12 APARTMENT, bed and a half. BR 6-9923 or 501 •5th. HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE R*al Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash fer your Equity 123 W. laurel M 6-7741 T-TF NEW HOMES. $695 down. $39.97 Mo. 6 closets, fully carpeted. Drapes, Birch kitchen. Basement partitioned, semi - finished. Attached garage. Merlin Smith Ph. 6-4886 T>r 6-4180. —19pd ATTENTION INVESTORS 480 acres sandhills grass land. Majority of land in conservation reserve. C. R. Payments will totaJ over $16,000 by 1969. | minerals to purchaser. Plenty of irrigation water in surrounding area. Offered by out of state owner for only $35,000. Holmes Realty 308 Davis BR 6-3990 Day or Evenings 86-H 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 SPECIAL $550 down and $74.42 • month includes five yean inturance, irate tales tax, let up on your lot ready to move in. Two Bedroom 50* x 10' Hiway 50 West Garden City, Kaniai JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything 85-TF lib—Farms, Land, Ranches WANTED: ACREAGE for hybrid seed sorghum production, land must be irrigated, clean and ftee from noxious weeds, at least Vi mile isolation from other sorghum crops. If interested contact Best Seed Co. BR 6-6921. —15 K—Wont to 9uv GOOD USED IV boat, motor and trailer. Write Box 618, Garden City. -13 SMALL GOOD used cash register. Chapman Paint Store, Garden City, Kansas. —15 17—Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE: Shumac bundled feed, baled prairie hay, baled wheat. $18.00 per ton. Ed D. Murray, EL 5-6358 Lakin. —13 FOR SALE: Alfalfa hay, call BR 6-5878. —14pdd 18—Household Needs THE LIGHT soft glow of Springtime enters your life and home with P new vinyl corlon floor by Armstrong practical as it is pretty, the charm of this floor lasts for years. A penny pinching $59.00 does a large 10' by 12' kitchen complete. Largest selec- ton of Armstrong vinyl corlon is at Garnands. —12 SPECIAL HOUSE PRICES We have * dandy west side 3 bed- I room house with carport. Payments $102. already financed. The equity i> 12,200. We will trade it to you for anything you want to trade, in- j eluding house trailers. This house is | like new with fenced yard. We have a 3 bedroom on west side that Is old and cold, with beautiful new shop and garage at rear. This house will fix up fine with e liHle elbow orease. Its ours and we want to sell it. Foor old 2 bedroom house with part basement. Not good but cheap. KEILER-LEOPOID AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6.4544 3 bedroom double garage right by school on N. Main. Nice. 3 bedroom full finished basement brick on corner lot. West side. 3 bedroom with family room and 100' fenced lot. Garage and shop on west side. 2 split levels northeast. One eir conditioned, one not. Owners say sell. fcqel Cltt- T*»toftr*fti Wednesday, fob. 12, 1f*4 1 ft— HemeheJd USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. -Itf Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6.5311 23-Tf FOR SALE: Used organ bargains —Hammond, Baldwin and Lowrey. Good used spinet piano trade-in. We will trade and finance at bank rates. HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS, Box 836 or phone BR 6-2202, Garden City. -13 BALDWIN ORGAN sale. Priced as low as $695.00. For details write or call collect Clark Music Co., 40'J N. 8th, Garden City, Kansas. Phone BR 6-7362. —12 20—Autos and Tracks '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. —I2pd 1961 CHEVROLET Vt ton pickup. Wide box, three speed, 16,000 actual miles, excellent condition guaranteed. See at 924 N. Ninth. —13 1959 THUNDERBIRD, MUST sell. Contact^. J. Bettis, P.O. Box 404, Satanta, Kansas or phone NI-95866. —14 FOR SALE: 19S3 Ford Victoria, runs good, $100. See at 617 Garden City Avenue. —12pd 20o—Motorcycles A licycies 1963 HONDA 50, repossession, less than 500 actual miles. For information call BR 6-7669. —13pd 21—Business Opportunities IF YOU can sell. Have $1,500 to invest. Wish to make $1,000 per mo. plus cash awards and premiums to give attendants and dealers for selling, write: DRI- POWR CO.,. regarding dlst. of their auto products, Box 695, Azusa, Calif. —12 3 bedroom northwest new for $1,000. down. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 8R 6-367R »5-TF Low Scores In Rec Play Scores were lower than usual Tuesday night in recreational basketball league play at Ben Grimsley Gym here. In the opener, Ingalls defeated Henkle Drilling 55-25. Delbert Pickle paced the winners with 14 points, and Steve Flowers and Roger Loewen each added 13. Walters topped the Drillers with 20. Second game saw Earl's 66 Service down Oswalt Industries 32-25. Warren Alexander hit 17 points for the winners and Donnie Wilson paced the losers with 9. Nightcap saw Hamilton County Jaycees of Kendall defeat School Faculty 56-49. Ed Lampe paced Kendall with 15 points. J. Lampe scored 12 and Lindner 10. For the Faculty, Vogel scored 12 points and Coale and Adams each hit 10. Three more games are scheduled Thursday night, three Friday, and a final three Saturday. Ottowo, Sterling Tied For Second in Circuit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ottawa and Sterling still are tied for second place in the Kansas Conference basketball | standings after winning games Tuesday night. Ottawa defeated McPherson 86-80 and Sterling downed South- i western 74-68 to make their {league records 9-5. Bethany is in first place at 13-1. In other games, College of Emporia defeated Bethel 66-45; Friends beat Baker 97-86; St. Benedict's defeated Emporia St. 7468; and Nebraska Wesleyan ran over Omaha 108-83. FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING New Bear front-end alignment equipment has just been installed and we are 'pleased to have Mr. Allen Unruh as our Alignment Specialist. Mr. Unruh has had ten years experience in Garden City on front-end problems. A "drive-over" toe-in gauge has been installed in our Service Department driveway and every car and truck is automatically checked fre* of charge. If you are in doubt about the front-end alignment or wheel balance just drive in for a free «nd quick check-up. SCHREIBER MOTORS Chevrolet - Oldjmobile • Cadillac $1$ N. Main |R 6-3? 1 6 Don Caum, offensive end and defensive halfback, led Penn State football players in action last fall. He was in games for 995 pays. By Will DfetH iVS HAP COMPLAINTS A&OUT WORK Finley, Kansas City Will Continue Talks KANSAS CITY (AP) — With little indication of a compromise the city and Charles 0. Finley of the Athletics will meet again today at the request of American League president Joe Cronin, three days from the league's lease-or-else deadline. This will be the seventh round of negotiations in the stadium lease dispute. The last one broke up Thursday with the two sides farther apart than ever. Finley insists he can't sign for more than two years and the city is just as firm on at least four years. Both sides rejected arbitration. Finley has threatened to take his case to court. Cronin's telegram, sent to Mayor Ilus W. Davis and Finley 'Best EveV Gentile Signs Pact with As By MIKE RATHET Atteciated Preit Sports Writer Jim Gentile slumped to 24 homers last year, but ' set a career high In the deportment department by batting 1.000 against the water cooler. He wound up getting a rise out of Baltimore, and a raise out of Kansas City. Gentile, acquired by Kansas City from Baltimore in an off- season trade for Norm Siebern, was all smiles Tuesday after signing his 1964 baseball contract for what he termed "the best contract I ever signed—including anything I ever got from the Orioles." Some of what he got from the Orioles he had to give back. Gentile was fined for not hustling and made only about $300 of a $2,000 bonus he was promised if he managed to belt the ball more often than the water cooler and, in general, hit for a higher average in the deportment department. It didn't work out that way, Gentile slumped for the second year in a row, hitting only .248 with 24 homers and 72 runs batted in. In 1961 th« slugging first baseman had put together his best season in the majors with a .320 average, 46 homers and 141 runs batted in. Apparently the A's are hoping for a return to the 1961 marks, figuring Gentile and another trade acquisition, Rocky Cola- High School .Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Altamont 79, lola 62 Fort Scott 50, Turner 49 Augusta 78, El Dorado 49 Salina 49, Hutchinson 45 Wichita West 65, Wichita Kapaun 45 Wichita East 67, Wichita Heights 41 Wichita South 44, Wichita North 38 Great Bend 59, Hays 51 Russell 67, Salina Sacred Heart 47 Garden City 64, Ddoge City 58 Hays St. Josephs 60, Stockton 46 Olathe 71, Osawatomie 41 Arm a 62, Galena 56 Pittsburg St. Marys 53, Oswego 50 Riverton 82, Pittsburg College High 61 Erie 70, Girard 68 Frontenac 62, Baxter Springs 60 Burlington 58, Garnett 44 Cherryvale 45, Caney 44 Sedan 77, Eureka 64 Valley Center 60, Circle 45 Andale 55, Mount Hope 44 Remington 43, Hesston 42 Haven 51, Pretty Prairie 43 (Marion 65, Centre 48 Council Grove 56, Peabody 44 Cottomvood Falls 64, Herington 61 Lyons 62, Lindsborg 46 Colby 83, Atwood 47 Smith Center 77, Minneapolis 66 Sabetha 59, Powhattan 33 Wamego 57, Chapman 47 Osage City 67, Paola 65 (2 ot) I* I IZ-H I Job Opportunities TUINHS NHND—MIN AND WOMN I Ml * IIM * BUSINESS MACHINES * DRAFTING * ELECTRONICS Persons selected can be trained in e program which will not interfere with their present job. Tuition loans available fer applicants who qualify. Day or night classes now being formed. Mail this coupon today to Box No. M-147 c/o Tn* Telegram, Garden City, Ks. Name Age Address Phone Occupation City State I vito, can provide Kansas City with a 1-2 power punch and an attractive draw at the gate. The A's also signed catcher Doc Edwards while the New York Yankees, and Boston Red Sox were the busiest in the signing market. The Yankees signed pitchers Rollie Sheldon and Bob Meyer, outfielder Elvio Jiminez and catcher Billy Madden. The Red Sox signed pitcher Bill Monbmiquette, catcher Bob Tillman, infielder Chuck Schilling and outfielder Tony Conigliaro. The Chicago White Sox signed catcher Camilo Carreon and pitchers Mike Joyce and Ed Notte. Cleveland induced outfielder Paul Dicken, infielder Vern Fuller and catcher Jerry Burlison to agree to terms. The Los Angeles Angels signed outfielders Ed Klrkpatrick and Dick Simpson. Only four National Leaguers signed—pitchers Bob Shaw and Ken MacKenzie with San Francisco and pitchers Jim O'Toole and Don Secrist with Cincinnati. Tuesday, said it appeared the only issue separating the two ..cs u-'.v ia me length of the lease. Cronin said at the time of the Jan. 16 league meeting the only difference was over attendance requirements for payment of rent during the option period, but this no longer seems to be a factor. The telegram concluded by urging both sides to make "an earnest effort to resolve the difference between you and reach a fair and reasonable lease agreement for the Kansas City stadium." The league rejected Finley'g bid to move to Louisville and ordered him to sign with Kansas City or face expulsion from the league. It was known .before last week's meeting that Cronin and a minority of the league favored a compromise at three years. But the subject of a three-year pact never came up. Finley's request for a league meeting has been ignored. Mayer OavU took a strong stand Monday on at least a four-year lease, contending the only real issue was whether Kansas City was to become merely a stopping off point for >Finley while stadiums are built in other cities. The mayor firmly rejected arbitration, proposed by Cronin. Finley said he didn't want arbitration and contended he would risk bankruptcy by signing for more than two years. The city offered a bankruptcy clause but he refused because the ball club is a division of his insurance business. The A's signed Jim Gentile, slugging first baseman, and catcher Doc Edwards Tuesday. Rocky Colavito remains unsigned. Infill* Overfcoelfaa, C»«»l*t» MelnteeeMe. lerlat. Velve Re- Mrfectaf. Ireke Repair. Timeiitt, Traat. Repair. OH ckeate, like * Wlaterlilag. ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER •INTERNATIONAL MUFK1RS . . . 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