Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 14, 1964 · Page 3
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, February 14, 1964
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CLASSIFIED Pnlfl. ClMW'lJfc Mtly Civ *•*•••••••• 4VC 1 day, per word At i days, per word He A days, per word !4e 26 days, per word *0t Uss 10 per cent for cask In advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays •:00 a.m. The Telegram Is responsible tor only on* Incorrect Insertion. 1 —Special Natlees Garden City Residents If Your telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Satjrdays Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturday* I For Tour Paper 2—Miscellaneous 5—-luslftess Services Kent Ha—Mobile Home* NEEDING SERVICES on 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. —7tf| CHATTY DOLLS repaired to talk j again, $2.50. Gayle Clausen, 1307 N. Main. --15 ; UPHOLSTERY, CHAIRS, dining, ' recliners, office, tmck cushions. El Rancho Trailer Court. —17 j OR FOR Sale; Two bedroom house with carport. $77.00 ner month or $500 down and $85.00 a month. 2320 N. 7th, phone BR 65789 —15 bLEEPTNG ROOM, private entrance, 619 N. Main. BR 64596 — 15pd Life ftiflfti at 6—Good Things To lot MIMEOGRAPH, A. B. Dick model 91. Good condition, reasonably priced. BR 6-3310. —14pd ELECTRIC GUITAR, dual pickup with separated volume and tone controls, solid, double cutaway body. Laminated, detachable neck, with inline tuning Call BR 6-8120. —20 FRESH EGGS for sale. Across from Nolan stables on West Maple. —14pd ; 10 LB. WHITE swc«t onions, 49c. 40 Ib. No. 1 potatoes, 97c. Flor-: it'a oranges a n grapefruit, j i Farmer's Market, E. Fulton. i ! ^| i /—Help Wonted I ^^ B ^^ BM ^^ MHM|MM|H ^^^ B ^ H ^|^t^^^HBB DISHWASHER, APPLY In per; son, Coffee-Ann Shop. —lltf TWO BEDROOM house. Phone BR 6-3858. —14 HOUSE: THREE rooms and bath, 512Mi N. Seventh. BR 6-5102. . — 15pd SMALL HOUSE, Call BR 6-3S37. TWO NEWLY d«corated furnished apartments, one unfurnished, close-in. Call BR 6-3943. —15 FURNISHED apartment, bachelor or couple, utilities paid. Close-in. Bfl 6-4245. —17 80 ACRES WITH house. Phone BR 6-7143. —17 SPECIAL $550 down and $74.42 « month i includes fir* v»»r» insurance, itate ; saUs tax, let up on your lot ready i ta move in. I Two Bedroom SO' x 10' Hiway 50 West Garden City, Kansai JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything JS-TF lib—forms, Lend, ftmtehet WANTED: ACREAGE for hybrid seed sorghum production, land must be irrigated, clean and ftee from noxious weeds, at least Yi mile isolation from other sorghum crops. If interested contact Best Seed Co. BR 6-6921. ' —15 5—Business Services ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.p., at Gardentlale Recreation Confer. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. ATTENTfoN MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p Ic a s e send your address and all number^ as shown on • recent issue. -Uf 2—Miscellaneous WE PAY 51 cash If any same item can be *-urchaspcl at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shulf price.) Neely's A-G. -31tf MC.VICKE-R AND SCOTT sional auction service, BR 66462. Garden City, Kansas. 1 -Itf FOR "A job well done feeling" .clean carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. McClung and Payne —14 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. SALES ENGINEER (Oilfield) College qraduatti (21-28) with ; ont year of college chemiitry. rVe: vioui oil field experience preferred. 1 Advancement bated on merit. Form- j at training proqram in laboratory 1 and field. Excellent employee bene- ft". Send resume of education end experience to Box PI 50 c/o The Telegram. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER I6-7T FOR SALE: New two bedroom house, full basement, stove and oven, ceramic bath, $500 down. 15 08 Hattie St., Phone BR 6-5789 or BR 6-5200. —2t Prompt Service Always HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trad* Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel IR 6-7741 7-TF | 53-TF 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 I7-TF GARDEN CITY MULTI- LIST r. ACRE AND HALF New — two itory, 2300 feet of living eree, four bidrooms, (wo baths, ear* piicd 15x20 livinq room. Very large bedroomt. Beit workmanship. Loti of roqni for that hone. Price If under $9.00 per lenare foot. $4,000.00 down to handle, Atherton Agency 101 1 E. Fulto. IR 4-5262 MODEST 3 Bdrm. Eailest home to buy In Garden City today! New 3 bdrm. bungalow. $350 down, no closing costs, $75 per mo, including taxes and insurance, lendscaping, near school. Beits rent! Just one lift! Call today for appointment. |R 4-4731— Eve. IR 4-3117 AL WOODS Real Estate Mgr. HO W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6.3164 NEW — 3 Bedroom with built-in oven and range, full basement, attached garage, east tide location— 10% down. $15,500.00 17,000 will buy this neat, well built, two bedroom home, four years old, conveniently located. \\ELL ESTABLISHED retail and] wholesale business in Garden City presently has opening for young married man between 2.5 and 35 who is looking for a better job and a better opportunity! for business experience and ad- j vancemcnt. Must be High School j 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 barer! on ab'Mty. Mnil reolies in own handwriting to Box N148 % luc Telegram. —15 NEW THREE bedroom homes. Fully carpeted, draped, birch kitchen, five closets. Full basement partitioned. $5?5 down, $80.64 per month. Merlin Smith, BR 6-4886 or BR 6-4180. —19 n—Situations Wanted POSITION WANTED: Full charge bookkeeper, experienced, payroll, financial statements and Burroughs machines. Available Feb. 15th. Write Box 0149 % The Telegram. — 18pd 9—Far Rent UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Avail-able Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3333 after five. —4tf Three bedroom, ell carpeted, and draped, has full basement with extra bedroom for qrowlng family- Two bedroom, full basement and double garage. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Laurel Call Day or Evenings BR 6-7827 SI-H 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 IRRIGATED FARM for sale; This is probably the best irri- i gated half-section you have ever seen — strikingly level; every acre under irrigation; no idle land. Two 10-inch irrigation wells pump approximately 4000 gals, per min. Excellent soil. On pa 1 '?- ment, 6V4 miles from city. 100 acres sugar beets. Also corn, milo, wheat, etc. 7-room modern house Umisuallv good markets for grain. $375.00 per acre. Tib! eral terms. Write owner. Box 127 .Sharon Springs, Kansas or Phon* 852-4444. —14 \t — iuv SMALL GOOD used cash register. Chapman Paint Store, Garden City, Kansas. —15 FOR SALE by owner: New large po'R SALE: Two Hereford bulls. three bedroom house, full base- Phone ED 5-2712 or 5-2717, In- ment, brick veneer, Forced air ga i s Kansas. —15 heating. BR 6-6851. —lOtf NEW THREE bedroom house, carpeted and draped, with full basement. Call BR 6-7933. —17 16—Livestock, Pats, Poultry SMALL EFFICIENCY apartment. Located 403'<a N. 8th. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. -8tf BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. -itf PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heating, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. —6tf JESSE SCOII REALTORS GROUND FLOOR apartments, close in, bills paid. BR 6-4205. —15 FURNISHED APARTMENT, bed and a half. BR 6-9923 or 501 5tl). —12tf THREE ROOM partly furnished apartment. Call BR 6-6259. -13t£ AT AUCTION: Feb. 29th, 1:00' p.m, Deerheart Lodge, restau-1 rant and bar located on shores of i scenic Horsetooth Lake; sells regardless of price; approx. 4 aorns. excellent improvements, f'llly equipped. For brochure write Aus tin and Austin, 1203 9th St Greeley, Colo. —14 FOR SALE: Two toy French Poodles, seven weeks old. One champagne color. Call BR 66358. —17 o—Mobile Homes SMALL APARTMENTS, no children. Call BR 6-4327 till 5:00 P.M. -141 CROWDED? Why ruin your morning disposition with « family competition to be first In the bath? A low-cost loan with our Association will finance construction of another bathroom, finish an attic, or takt care of building an addition to your home. Your particular home may need siding, a new roof, repairs to the heating plant, repainting, remodeling of kitchen or bath, or some other type of improvement. Get an estimate of the cost of the work needed, and we'll supply the financing with a home improvement loan. The right kind of loan, tailored to your incorrvs, will help you enjoy the benefit of your improvements while you repay in convenient monthly amounts. Please come in for full information. Conventional, PHA, and Gl loans are immediately available THE RAILROAD BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Home Office — Newton, K«ns*s Aistts: $43,000,000.00 Garden City Mobile Homes Hiway 50 West BR 6-4811 24', 12', 10' wide New Trailers now on disp'ay. Also 10' •nd 8' wide Used Trailers. HOMELESS DOGS, puppies, cats, must go! Choose a pet now. Open 2 to 6 p.m. everyday. Humane Society Shelter. —15 FOR SALE: Horse and Saddle. Phone BR 6-7143. —17 17—Seeds. Feeds FOR SALE: Alfalfa hay, call J?R 6-5878 —14pdd 18—Household Nesds Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6.5311 23-TF HOLLYWOOD BED, gray head- Tfl T p board. Linoleum 9 x 12-new 'El Rancho Trailer Court -15 SPECIAL HOUSE PRICES We have e dandy west side 3 bed- I room house with carport. Payments $102. already financed. The equity is $2,200. We will trade it to you for anything you want to trade, including house trailers. Thii house is like new with fenced yard. > We have e 3 bedroom on west side that is old and cold, with beautiful new shop and garage at rear. This i house will fix up fine with e little elbow grease. Its ours and we want to sell it. Poor old 2 bedroom house with part basement. Not good but cheap. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY IR 6-7471 BR 6.6907 BR 4-4544 THE CARTER AGENCY 105-107 E. Laurel C- W. Cherlsen Field Man Phone BR 6-3171 J.'O. G*rt»r Service with the Customer in Mind." Tl'ft FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING New |ear front-end alignment equipment has just been installed and we ere pleased to have Mr. Allen Unruh as our Alignment Specialist. Mr. Unruh has had ten y«ers 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 foe of charge. If you are in doubt about the front-end alignment or wheel balance iust drive in for a free and quick check-up. SCHREIBER MOTORS Chevrolet - Qldsmobilo • CadilUc (IS M. Main 4-3216 K-H Available Elders Can Fill Gap in Counselor Service IMPROVED IRRIGATED farm for sale:'re looking for the best, you'll be interested in this outstanding 640-acre irrigated farm located in one of this nation's most productive irrigated areas. Approximately 4500 gals, per min from 3 wells. Exceptionally level. Rich, deep soil. All under irrigation, except appox- imately 55 acres pasture with feed lot and stockwell 150 acres sugar beets. Land also ideal for corn, milo, wheat, beans, etc. Unusualt v good markets for grain (with feed ers). T\vo irnrhrn hoims. 40' x 100' metal storage building and other buildings. Excellent schools. '350.00 per acre. Liberal terms. Write owner. Box 127 Sharon Springs, Kansas or phone 8524444. —14 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. On* air conditioned, one not. Owners say sell. 3 bedroom northwest new for $1,000. down. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 IR 4.367B 15-TF §T ROttftT PtTtKSON dutch with professional counselors 'for advocating in a recent column that competent elders be screened by local committees and designated as "Com- minity Counselors." It was my contention that such a plan would give physicians, ministers, and social workers someone to whom they could refer perhaps half of their callers who have no serious and merely need to discuss personal matters with someone wise and reliable. A fusty psychologist writes, "Haven't you heard about academic standards and the accepted fact that only those oriented in psychology and trained in guidance techniques should deal with the delicate mechanisms of human emotion and adjustment?" Yessir, I've heard all that. But there just aren't enough of you specialists around. At stated in Time Magazine recently, "If all the 15,000 M.D..'s in the U. S. who arc psychiatrists, plus all the psychiatric social workers and all the psychologists trained as therapists spent all their working hours with individual patients, they would still be able to treat only one in ten of the Americans who need help for emotional ills. The problem reduces itself to these alternatives: cither we just 1»—Household Naed§ Laughlin 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 €•1 end Electrit RANGES '15.00 ,. '129.95 Wettingnouie LAUNDRYMAT '45.00 wt Two Uied Kelvin ator REFRIGERATORS $ 19.95 Curfti Mathif reponetied console STEREO, RADIO and TV '149.95 „ WANTED TO BUY USED AIR CONDITIONERS Let Us Buv Your Used Appliance. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Laughlin Electric 214 N. Main BR 6-4152 •7-3T-H USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. -itf 2fl—Autos and Trucks '53 PLYMOUTH, 2 door, standard transmission. Very good mechanically and appearance. $175. BR 6-3515. —itf 1959 THLJNDERBIRD, MUST sell. Contact R. J. Bettis. P.O. Box 404, Satanta, Kansas or phone NI-&S866. —14 1982 COMET, 16..000 actual miles", like new. Can be seen at Five Points Skelly. —19 i 21 Joan. Sporting, Iquipr. FOR SALE: 15* Crestliner aluminum boat with assessories and trailer. 35 H.P. Evinrude electric motor with battery, $500. See a 1011 Second. —I8pd (First Published in The Garden City Teles-nun February 14. 1964; Last Published February 26 1964) STATE OF KANSAS. FINNEY COUNTY. SS: IN THE PROBATE! COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATK IN THE MATTER OF THE USTATE OF JOHN B. LaGESSE. DECEASED. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL No. 4100 The State of Kansas to alt Persom C<-:ioerned: You are hereby notified Uiat a Petition has been field in suld Court by Virgil C. Craig, ad Executor nuined in the Will of said decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the Will of John B. LtiGesse dated November 26. 1963, which U filed with said Petition, and for the appointment of Virgil C. Cralf as Executor of said Will, wihout bond and you are hereby required to fUe your written defenses thereto on or before the 10th day of March. 1961, at 3:00 o'clock p.m. of said day, in Mid Court, in th* City of Garden City, in Finney County, Kansas, at which time and place aatd cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said Petition. Vi«ll C. Craig. Petitioner Clyde P. Daniel 113 West Pine Street Garden City. jU;»f»» Attorney lor P»UUon*r forget about nine out of ten people who have problems and tio one to take them to. Or we select available elders with common sense and demonstrated compe- tense to help fill the gap. Common sense is the cssenMal! ingredient in good counseling. ! And academic degree or two does j not necessarily insure its ac- i quisition. Sure, there are quacks and incompetent folks around. But nobody's saying they should be recognized. What It advocated is that outstanding elders who have the time and inclination be given Fafe * fefirilon tltv 1>lp»»r»« Social Security Scene By FORREST GLASCO Field Representative Have a question about social security? Send your questions to this paper or the Social Security District Office, P. O. Box 970, Dodge City. Include your name, address, and social security number. You will receive an answer in this column or by mail. Q. Where can I get information that will tell me about how much I can receive in social security benefits if I continue to work after I apply for benefits? A. We are mailing you booklets that will give you this information. For others who are inter- estd in this, see me when I am in your town, telephone or write the social security office in Dodge City and request booklets 23 and 23C. 0. I am 45 and feel I have made enough money Can I retire now? A. Yes. However, you cannot receive social security benefits until you are 62 unless you are disabled prior to reaching that age. A man born in 1919 would have to have bis retirement benefits based on at least 28 years under the current law. Q. I am 63 yeas old and work part time. Could I receive widow's benefits on my husband's earnings now and then change to my own record at age 65? A. Yes. When you file your Claim, you will be informed of the amounts involved and th°n you can choose which benefit is to your advantage. You should file your claim immediately as any delay could cause you to lose some benefits. 1 I will be at the courthouse I basement in Garden City Tues' day from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 pm. seim-official recognition in their communities as counselors who will b<? ayailable, for a small fee of perhaps a dollar an hour, to talk with folks who have no psychiatric problems but simply a need to discuss personal problems. One who agrees writes, "I'm a career woman and became widowed when my son was 14. 1 was desperate for advice pertaining to my future and that of my son who had lost interest in his school. My religion failed me and I didn't need and couldn't afford a psychiatrist. "How I with I could have been referred to an understanding, older person in the area who, for a small fee, would have had the time to discuss my problems with me. As it was, I finally got a 30 minute interview at the local social service center, but I felt the young woman who listened to my problem knew less about life than I did. "When the half hour was up she said she could give me another 30 minutes two weeks hence, but I never went back." Here's hoping others will enter the fray and discuss the pros-and •cons of selecting and designating high-type elders as Community Counselors to serve the many who yearn for a sympathetic ear. If you would like a booklet "Home Care for Aged, Infirm Parents" write to this column in care of the Garden City Telegram enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope and ten cents to cover handling costs. General, Ambatsarfor Defend Korea Shootings SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Gen. Hamilton H. Howze, commander of U.S. forces in Korea, and U.S. . Ambassador Samuel D. Berger today defended American guards who have shot Koreans pilfering Army property The two briefed leading Korean newspapermen after a Korean lawyer's group 'protested a series of shootings as "excessive penalties for thievery." Howze said the theft of military supples in Korea totals more than $70,000 monthly and asked: "How are we to know the difference between a common thief and a saboteur actually intent on doing very severe damage to us?' 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