CLASSIFIED Mfa. charge My od 4le 1 day, per word . 4« I days, per word He 4 deys, per word , 14* 26 days, per word *0c Lets 10 per cent for cask hi advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of piiBfleattao Weekday* and Saturday* 9:00 a.m. The Telegram it responsible far only incorrect insertion. 7—Help Wonted SALES ENGINEER (Oilfield) 11— Heal tstate NEW THREE bedroom house, carpeted and draped, with full basement. Call BR 6-7938. —17 Coll*g» qraduat.l (21-28) with ' m—mmi—~~«m fir-irr on» y«ar of college eh»mi«try. Pre-1 Ho—Mobile MoflM* vious oil field experience preferred. ' 1HH | HII | HMBMB>BBIHMIH | Advancement b«<ed en merit. Formel training program In laboretory and field. Excellent employee bene- fiti. SPECIAL 1—S peelal Notice* ; Garden Cify Residents | II Your }"' Telegram Doesn't Arrive I- By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. i weekdays ' 4.5 p.m. Saturday* t" For Yttur Pacer ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ••-Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardcndale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly fnonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your .Telegram subscription p le a s e send your address and all num- Mrs as shown on a recent issue. !! -Itf ?—Mlsceltoneom W,E PAY ?i cash If any same "item can be rurchased at any (jarden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Necly's A-G. —3itf i - f t . _ _ , JllcVICKBR AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 6•|62. Garden City, Kansas. j . -Itf MIMEOGRAPH, A. B. Dick model 91. Good condition, reasonably priced. BR 6-3316. — I4pd THE PROVEN carpet cleaner (.Blue Lustre is easy on the budget. Restores toraptten cotors pent electric shampooer $1.00. McClung and Payne. —13 , Found, Strayed FKBRl'ARY 3rd. between tHoIconi! and Sublette 19 pieces . angle iron 30' long. Notify Archer Daniels, Midland Co. —13 ! J—twines* Services TOP soil for yards, delivered ..Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. -3Hf Pooe I finrdoti rit.v TrtVtfrant Thursday, February 13, W4 Send reiume of education and experience to Box PI50 c/o The Telegram. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER »i-7T 5—Business Services DEAD'STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always 53-TF NEEDING SERVICES "on these' appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Tree pickup and delivery on small appliances within city. —7tf • 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 Ctty 27-TF CHATTY DOLLS repaired to talk again, $2.50. Gayle Clausen, 1307 N. Main. —15 4—Good Things To fat FRESH EGGS for sale. Across from Nolan stables on West Maple. . —14pd 10 LB. WHITE sweet onions, 49c. 40 Ib. No. 1 potatoes, 97c. Florida oranges a n ' grapefruit. Farmer's Market, E. Fulton. —15 7—Help Wonted HELP WANTED: Wanted housekeeper, six days a Week. Phone BR 6-5601. —IS DISHWASHER, APPLY in person, Coffee-Ann Shop. —lltf General Agent Wanted Southwest Kansas are looking for an experienced Life Insurance Sales- jjrnan who wand to step up* to a General Agent, or an experienced General Agent who wants to better his 'iposltion. The opening is for a good personal producer who wants to continue in personal production with a chance to try "some agency building but with no obligation to do so — tat a much higher commission rate. We are offering Company financial assistance to recruit u . .and train Agents. Top overwriting on Sub-Aoents, special bonuses on Agents production. Top policy plans, I full Company cooperation, policyholders leads, vested '/.renewals, a 33 year old successful Company recommend- j ed by Best. i For further information call Paul E. Ryan, Vice President, ; Hotel Warren, Garden City, thru Friday this week. i ; . Bankers Union Life Insurance Company 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 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 renlies in own handwriting to Box NMfl % the Telegram. —15 H—Situation* Wound $SSO down end $74.42 * month includes five years insurance, itste lalti fix, i«t up on your lot ready to mov» in. Two Btdroeni SO' x 10' Hiway 50 West Gtrdin City, Kani«i JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything 85-TF WILL DO tny type housowor't in I Lakin, Garden, or Deerficld, j $1.50 hour. Call EL 5-7231, Lakin | -13 POSITION WANTED: Full charge bookkeeper, experienced, payroll, financial statements and Burroughs machines. Available Feb. 15th. Write Box o!49 % The Telegram. —18pd IRONINGS, SEWING,"and alterations. Call BR 6-3797. —13pd ?_For Rent UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Available Fob. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 8-3333 after five. S M ALL EFFICIENCY apar- ment. Located 403W N. 8th. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. -«tf BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. ' _itf PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heat- Ing, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. • _6tf GROUND FLOOR apartments, close in, bills paid. BR 6-4205. —15 FUP.NIi.hED APARTMENT, bed and a half. BR 6-9923 or 501 5th. -I2tf S MA L L MODERN furnished apartment, $25.00 a month. BR 8-4001. . -13 THRE>E ROOM nartly furnished apartment. Call BR 6-6259. —13tf OR FOR Sale; Two bedroom house with carport. $77.00 per month or $500 down and $85.00 a month. 2320 N. 7th, phone BR G- 5789 -15 SMALL APARTMF-NTS, no children. Call BR 6-4327 till 5:00 P.M. -14 SLEEPING ROOM, private entrance, 619 N. Main. BR 64596. —15pd TWO BKOROOM house. Phone BR 6-3858. —14 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 Mb—Forms, Land, Rcmcnet WANTED: ACREAGE for hybrid seed sorghum production, land must be irrigated, clean and ftee from noxious weeds, at least* V4 mile isolation from other sorghum crops. If interested contact Best Seed Co. BR 6-6921. —15 12—Farmer! Wants ft Sm. DO YOU have sandy or rolling farm ground and plenty of water but thought you could not irrigate? Let the Self Propelled Valley Irrigation System solve your problem. For sales and service call or write Chas. A. Pfeifer, 1004 Summit, Garden City, Kansas. Phone BR 6-4570. —13pd 14—Wont to luv GOOD USED 14' boat, motor and trailer. Write Box 618, Garden City. -13 SMALL GOOD used cash register. Chapman Paint Store, Garden City, Kansas. —15 16—livestock. Ptrs, Poultry FOR SALE: Two toy French Poodles, seven weeks old. One champagne color. Call BR 66358. —17 18—Household Neodi Lauqhlin Electric s Used Appliance Center at Five Points in Garden City Open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. Phone BR 6-4152 or BR 6-3911 G«i and Electric RANGES '15.00 ,. '129.95 200 Josephine Street, Denver 6, Colorado 85-3T GARDEN CITY MULT I-LIST ECONOMY PLUS $9.(3 p.r iqutr.'foot includ.i lot, lhf'*« b.droomt, til. bath, forctd h«*», mahoqany cabintii, oak floors. Will built hous*. Pay off in 20 y«.«ri at 180.00 par month. fltOOO.OO down. I Atherton ! Stallswprth Agency l«|l|l I. FultM H 6-52*2 : AL WOODS What Is IMPORTANT To You • when you buy a new home? Most space for the dollar; easiest monthly payment; lowest down payment. We feel we have something a little different to offer the homebuyer ! today. $450 Down $105 Per Mo. 5i% Interest rate No special assessment! Terms like these are what tpday'i buyers want when they buy * new 3 bedroom home with full basement and garage. Call us today. HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate W a Buy, Sell or Trad* Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laur.l IR 4.774! 7-TF NEW THREE~bedroon7 homes". Fully carpeted, draped, birch kitchen, five closets. Full basement, partitioned. $5 r 5 down, $80.64 per month. Merlin Smith, BR 6-4886 or BR 6-4180. -19 Westinghoui. LAUNDRYMAT '45.00 „ 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 f.:00 P.M. —21 al Estate M « r 110 Chestnut 6-4622 . 0-3164 r£W — 3 Jfdroem with built-in ortn and r«ng«, full banment, at- i«ch«d g*r«g», «*<t iid» location— 10% down. I fll.iOO.QQ I Thraa badroom, all school location, • has carpeting, drap.s, and doubl* garag*. Two b.droom, W»«t tide, hat new i roof, storm windows, and 'garage, : Low prlc. for quick sal*. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Laur.l Call Day or Evenings 8R 6-7827 J7-H Two Us.d Ktlvinator REFRIGERATORS '19.95 Curtli Mathii rtposiati.d consol. STEREO. RADIO and TV '149.95 « WANTED TO BUY USED AIR CONDITIONERS Let Us Buv Your Used Appliance. "Satisfaction Guaranta.d" Laughlin Electric 214 N. Main FOR SALE by owner: New large thr&s bedroom house, full basement, brick veneer, Forced air heating. BR 6-6851. —lOtf BR 6-4152 I7-3T-H USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. -Itf SPECIAL HOUSE PRICES IR Estate .-4731—Eve. I* .-311' Ath.rton-Stalliwprth Campbell Abstract Tommy Graves. Auctione.r-R.eltt.r Hein.mann Ag.nct L*. Kisn.r tod S«B Don tjll.y Realtors Jess. Scott tealt* t W. have a dandy west tide 3 bedroom hous. with carport. Payments $102. already financed- The equity Is 12,200. We will trad* it to you for anything you want to trade, including hous. trail.rs. This house is like n.w with fenced yard. We have * 3 bedroom on west side that is old and cold, with beautiful new shop and garage at rear. This hous. will it* up fin. with « little «lbow grease. Its ours and we want to sell it. Poor old 2 bedroom house with part basement. Not good but cheap. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENC* |R e-7671 |R 6-6907 II 4-4544 3 b.droom double garage right by school on N. Main. Nice. 3 bedroom full finished basement brick on corner lot. We it tide. 3 bedroom with family room and 100' fenced lot. Sarage and shop on west side. 2 split levels northeast. On* air conditioned, on. not. Owners say sell. 3 bedroom northwest new for $1,000. dpwn. HOWARD B. Sb'ITH AGENCY |R 6-7741 6R 4.367" li-TF Clinics Show How To Smoke Safely MARMADUKE By ALTON BLAKESLEE I Associated Press Science Writer NEW YORK (AP) — A new! kind of smokers' clinic—for people who enjoy and want td continue cigarettes—was suggested today by a chest specialist. The clinics would teach how to smoke safely, without inhaling, said Dr. Alvan L. Barach of New York City. 18—Household Needs Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6.5311 JJ-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 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 20—Autos and Trucks '53 PLYMOUTH, 2 door, standard transmission. Very good mechanically and appearance. $175. BR 6-3516. —Itf 1961 CHEVROLET V4 ton pickup. Wide box, three speed, 16,000 actual miles, excellent condition guaranteed. See at 924 N. Ninth. —13 1959 THLJNDERBIRD, MUST sell. Contact R. J. Bettis, P.O. Box 404, Satanta, Kansas or phone NI-95866. —14 1962 COMET, 16,000 actual miles, like new. Can be seen at Five Points Skelly. —19 20o—Motorcycles & Bicycles 1963 HONDA 50, repossession, less than 500 actual miles. For information call BR 6-7669. —13pd LEGALS (Flrnt published in the Garden City Telcjrram February 6. 1964; last pub- liplmd ^"hruftrv 20 196J) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS GREAT PLAINS WHOLESALE. INC. . . . PLAINTIFF • VS. BILL BUR'GK AND FINNEY COUNTY PLUMBING . . . DEFENDANTS NOTICE! OF HEARING ' NO. 2501 Tlie State of Kansas to Bill Burge and Finaey County Plumbing, and nil other persona concerned : You are hereby notified that R >:«- tlti<» has been filed in the County Court of Finney County, Kansas, by Great Plains Wholesale, Inc., prayl'ig for judgment in the sum of S490.14, plus Interest, and costs, nnd for other relief, nnd you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before j the 28th day of .February, 1964, In said court, nt Garden City, Kansas. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said netltlon. GKEAT PLAINS WHOLESALE, INC. Petitioner • , SAFFELS & HOPE S(r\ eiith arid Lnuivl Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner i (First published In thu-Gnrden City .'Telegram February li. 19G4; last pub: llsliinl February 20. 1964) I State of Kansas ss. ; Ftauey County 1 In the Pobute Court In and for Said County and State 1 IN THE MATTER OF THE KSTATE 1 OF FRANCES ZIRKLE, DECEASED No. 4097 NOTICE OF HEARING : The State of Kansas to all persona concerned. You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Ruby Ward and Willard F. Marker, who are named na executors in the decedent's last will, bearing date of July 10, 1959. an authenticated copy of which, with codicil, along with the order admitting the name to probate In Beaver County, Oklahoma. praying for the admission of said authenticated copy to probate and record without administration, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 28th day of February, 1964, at 10:00 o'crock A.M. of said day. I't 'said court, In the City of Garden City, tn said county and state, at which time and place said cause \yill be heard. ShouM VOH f"ll thftvl'l. iui1~'"<'V>t f'Tld decree will be entered in due course ou said •-."iti'iiv Ruby Ward and Willard F. Marker, Executors of the Will of Frances Zirlile, deceased VLEMT. ".'I" 5 . HVA'" 1 SAFFELS & HOPE Attorneys for Petitioners. ' (First Published In The Garden City : Telegram February 13, 1964: and Last Published February 27. 1964) 1 STATE OF KANSAS, FINNEY IN* THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE E. SPAETH, DECEAS- vo ' NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT No. 3964 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You arc hereby notified that a petition has been filed i:i said Court by Lawrence Grownly, Executor of the Will of Georgo B. Spai-th, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as Executor, allowance fc-r attorney's fees, and expenses: and aUo praying Uiat the Court determine Uie helps, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the portion or part thereof to which each Is entitled and distribute and assigMhe same to them In accordance with tha' Will Of George E. Spaeth, deceased: and you aie hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 9th day of March, 1964. at 10:00 o'clock a.m.. 0:1 said day, In said Court. In the Oity c« Garden City, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgmsut and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. Lawrence Growney, Petitioner. Clyde P. Daniel US West Pine Street Garden Ciy. Kansas Attorney for Petitioner. He said one method is to take a puff of smoke into your mouth. Close your lips firmly. Then inhale air deeply through the nose. Then exhale — of course. Dr. Baraeh told the New York State Medical Society, "There is no scientific evidence that non-inhaling smoking causes cancer of the lung" and other diseases. "As physicians, we must be careful not to indict the nonirritant smoking of the non- inhaler just because excessive inhaling smoking is harmful, nor to support a war against enjoyment unless harm can be demonstrated in each individual case," he said. Dr. Barach commented on a speech presented by Dr. Richard H. Overholt of Boston on "The Physician's Obligation to the Public Regarding Cigarette Smoking." Or. Overholt, »f Tufts 'University and the Overholt Clinic, in his text declared the medical profession must be the leader in dissuading people from smoking because "the government cannot and will not be the emancipator.'^ Dr. Overholt said doctors should "convincingly advise relatives, friends and patients of the immediate and long-term ill effects of smoking" while avoiding "any Carrie Nation type of prohibition." Dr. Overholt declared the "devastation," from smoking "is far greater than smallpox or the plague ever was." Science Fiction Tale Provides 'Boring' Hour By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Jules Verne's "Around the World In 80 Days" was transformed from a science fiction adventure novel into an utterly delightful screen comedy. Wednesday night, CBS' "Chronicle" took another of his old science fiction tales and, in an attempt to be funny, converted it into an unbelievably boring television hour. "Chronicle" is the occasional program that tackles frivolous subjects in the time spot usually reserved for sober "CBS Reports." It tripped and fell over Venae's turn-of-the-century story about an attempt to shoot a party of scienists from a gigantic cannon to tlit moon. This could have been vastly amusing if played straight. They eouldp't leave well enough alone. The producers inserted endless clips from old Mack Sennett comedies. At one point they stitched together ancient mob and battle scenes in what was supposed to be a comedy history of the Civil War — and on Lincoln's Birthday, too. Four young Englishmen from "Beyond the Fringe," a satirical Broadway revue, played the scientfsts in a broad comedy vein that disappeared with John Bunny and Fatty Arbuckle. The actual moon shot came In the final minutes of the long, long hour. Viewers who had stayed with the program left the comedians stuck eternally in orbit around the moon. Well, you can't expect a successful launching every time. Comedy is volatile an dlicate and liable to explode in the experimenter's face. ABC's distinguished television reporter at the Republican convention will be Dwight D. Eisenhower. The former president will serve as "on-the-air consultant" and participate in a number of programs, the network announced. He'll get VIP treatment—with a special studio on the same floor as his hotel suite. He will be assisted by James Hagerty, his former White House press aide but now an ABC vice president, and William H. Lawrence, an ABC correspondent who covered 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as a newspaperman during the Eisenhower years. Recommended tonight: Perry Como Show, NBC, 10-11 (EST) —musical variety special from Hollywood with Dean Martin and Lena Home. Utchttiuttin Sttt Up Own Ptoct C0f|>$ VAUDZ, Liechtenstein (AP)The principality of Liechtenstein announced it is setting up a "corps of peace volunteers who will be sent in special mission to developing countries, following the example of the United States. Liechtenstein, a hereitary monarchy of 16,000 people on 62 square miles, is ruled by Prince Franz Joseph II. "Manmoduke, come and help me explain to Phil how we couldn't pass up these bargains I" Man Makes Job Of Giving Wealth By JAMES B. LAMB JENKINTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Lessing J. Rosenwald's father often told him it was easier to make a million dollars than to give it away wisely. Now 72 and a man who has given away that much and more, Rosenwald is in complete agreement with his late father, Julius, the Sears, Roebuck & Co. pioneer who also devoted much of his life to philanthropy. Lessing Rosenwald spends most of his time now—he retired in 1939 as chairman of Sears, Roebuck — planning gift and ways to improve those already made. He works nearly every day in an office at "Alverthorpe," his estate in this community of 5,000 just outside Philadelphia. Rosenwald, like hit father, regards himself ns a trustee of the wealth and wants to see that money and other gifts go to those who will not abuse them. It's virtually impossible to get an accurate accounting of his gifts and Rosenwald said he would never try to total them. Newspaper stories of the past record some: $70,000 in 1931 to the Philadelphia United Campaign; $31,000 to the University of Pennsylvania in 1938; $65,000 to the United Fund in 1946; 2,000 rare books to. the Institute for Advance Study in 1951. "It's really not such a noble thing as you think," he says. "My father, who was born in very modest circumstances and made a great fortune, always felt this was to a large extent accidental. He regarded himself more or less as a trustee for his wealth. He wanted to see that it was spent and utilized wisely. He more or less trained all the children to do the same." Rosenwald and his tiny, dynamic wife, Edith, came to Jenkintown in 1920 when he became manager of the Sears, Roebuck store in Philadelphia. Eventually he succeeded his father as president and then as board chairman. How does he view his philanthropy? "It's like a friend told me: 'It must be an awful lot of fun to be your own executor.' And it is." Moscow Girl Pancake Queen LIBERAL, Kan. (AiP)-Cherl Brollier, 17, of Moscow, Kan., is the winner of the Shrove Tuesday beauty contest held in connection with liberal'! international 'pancake race. She was chosen over 19 other contestants from Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, and received a $100 gift certifcate, a diamond necklace and an offer of hostess training from Central Airlines. Mary Ann Rowden, 16, of Liberal, was runner-up. Jo AMI Kapp, 17, of Moscow, and Kyra Crum, 17, of Spearman, Tex., were named attendants. Miss Rowden received $73, Miss Kapp $50, and Miss Crum $25. Miss Brollier drives a tractor in the summer for her father, operator of a grain elevator. She plans "to start a pre - medical course at the University of Kansas in September. CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer\ 27 32 38 44, 61 Sff 28 47 29 48 22 3* 41 13 Ife 310 49 6 to 3O 60 40 42 Zl 37 (4- 17 2* '61 43 61 t»4 57 IO 25 II 42. pungent root 46. loud noise 48. Arabian chieftain 51. wing 52. on the sheltered •Ida 53. current 54. adhesive 55. exploit 56. snow . vehicle 57. metalllo rock VERTICAL 1. among 2. finished 3. district .4. doctrines 5. listened, 6. those In power 7. German city 8. Russian seaport An«w*r to y«et«rday'i puisle. |5|A|L|A|Z|AIR»A|P|AICIE| AMOK! 9. exist 10. falsehood 11. auditory organ. 19. isaue copiously 21. equip 24. 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