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CLASSIFIED atfte **jAMkA a^« Ajf a^ew win* diuiijv viiy QV ••••••••••• ^w 1 aay^ eef wofa .•«••«.»••••••• oc Zo ooys, pit wftro .>....>.... IMS 10 per tent tor eash hi oaVone* DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for ejer; of publlecrttot Weekday* ami Saturday* 4:00 a.m. flto Telegram It resfKMidbto far only an* Inearrtet (martien. lJUpaelal Natiees Garden Cify Retidantt i? If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive 'ly 5:30 p.m. Weekday* 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call 8R 6-3232 'between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekday* 4-5 p.m. Saturday* V For Your Paoer AJjCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardcndale Hecreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly aninymou?. Phone BR 6-7011 or Bit 6-3718. AWENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription pie a s c send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent issue, i -Itf 2->-MI»cellaiieoiu W<. PAY $1 cash If any same t*«m can be purchased at any Garden City grocery at less price thin here. (Regular shelf price.) Nsely'a A-G. ;-31tf M<$VICKER AND SCOTT profes- donal auction service, BR 66488. Garden City, Kansas. _J ^« ELECTRIC GUITAR, dual pickup^with separated volume and tone controls, solid, double cut- avfay body. Laminated, detachable neck, with inline tuning BR 6-8120. —20 2—Miscellaneous NON-GROUP Blue Cross - Blue Shield enrollment is now open. For further information call BR 6-4590, Garden City. —17 3—Last, Found, Strayed 5—Business Services 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 appliances within city. —7tf UPHOLSTERY, CHAIRS, dining, recliners, office, truck cushions. El Rancho Trailer Court. —17 11—Real Estate 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 NEW THREE bedroom house, carpeted and draped, with full basement. Call BR 6-7938. —17 HINKLE TREE Service. Tree trimmed and removed. Trees and yard fertilised. Fully insured. BR 6-4147. —16 ELBCTROLUX CLEANERS authorized sales and service. W. L. Maddox, 307 Washington, Garden City. —17tf FOR SALE by owner attractive three bedroom house. Excellent location near all schools. Only six years old, patio, garage, storage room. Washer • dryer. 1404 N. Main, BR 6-3708. —19pd 7—Help Wanted STRAYED: WHITE face heifer. Weight around 600 Ibs, yellow tag in right car, under bit out of both ears, branded bar-one, bar! on right hip. Charles Newsom, I BR 6-3493. -22! 5—lusiness Services For DEAD STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always 53-TF TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. —3Uf • IS TON MOBILE CRANE • IASEMENT EXCAVATING • BULLDOZER WORK • MOTOR GRADER • BACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 160S E. Fulton G«rcUn City 27-TF WANTED PAINTING, interior or exterior, any size job. BR 64816. —29 HOUSES J ,'JBR new northwest, r*«dy now. C«rp*t. $1,000. down. 2 n older houi* with barn In back. C$rp»t. B*low $7,000. 3 iSta split Uvel northeest, very } '(h *P"t l»v«l «1r conditioned northeest. 2 IR brick reel cut. $10,500. KiLLER-LEOPOLO AGENCY ijlR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 3 BR Good tchool location, double ijarag*, no loan *xp*ns* north. 3 BR carport juit r*d*cor*t*d nlct yard, $2200, equity w«it ilda. 3 BR attached qaragt, full baia- DISHWASHER, APPLY in person, Coffee-Ann Shop. —lltf SALES ENGINEER I Oilfield) ColUg* qraduatit (21-28) with one year of eolleqe chemistry. Previous oil field expedience preferred. Advancement bated on merit. Formal training program in laboratory and field. Excellent •mployee benefits. Send resume of education and experience to Box PI 50 c/o The Telegram. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 8&-7T WE NEED 1 man for the Garden City area who will follow up leads to demonstrate and sell the Forney Combination repair equipment. Good pickup or smal van required. Experience with farmers and farm repair helpful. Our men are making $157.50 and up per week. No investment or overnight traveling. Must be bondable. For personal interview, Write F. II. Newton. P.O. Box 563, Ft. Collins, Colo. —21 UNDER $11,000.00 garage, older Two bedroom plus home. Three bedroom, two yean old. Two bedroom plus full basement and double garaq*. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Laurel Call Day or Evenings BR 6-7827 90-H ment carpeted, down. northeatt $500.00 SALESMAN: Career minded representative, age 24-40, needed by leading food service equipment and supply company. Salary of $150.00 per week plus hotel allowances during two weeks of training in Chicago to sell China Glassware, Silverware, Kitchen Utensils and equipment, Furniture and Furnishings, Linens, Paper Goods, and Janitor Supplies to Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs, Hospitals, Schools and Institutions. Liberal commissions with $150.00 per week drawing account arrangement upon stating on territory. Territory available consists of Garden City, Dodge City, Englewood, Liberal, Branson, Pueblo, Cheyenne Wells, Oberlin, Hill City, Garden City, Kans., Colo. terr. Write complete details to: Philip J. Green, Personnel Director, Edward Don & Company, 2201 South LaSalle Street, Chicago 18, Illinois. —17pd 8—Situations Wemrcd attached garage, full base- carpeted, northeast $500.00 2 BR ment, down. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 8R 6-367* 10-TF POSITION WANTED: Full charge bookkeeper, experienced, payroll, financial statements and Burroughs machines. Available Feb. 15th. Write Box o!49 % The Telegram. —18pd f FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING New Bear front-end alignment equipment hai just boon installed and we are pleated to have Mr. Allen Unruh as our Alignment Specialist. Mr. Unruh has had ten yeart experience in Garden City en ^ front-end problems. •i> A "drive-over" toe-in gauge has been Installed in ! our Service Department driveway and every car and \ truck is automatically checked fro* of charge. If • you are in doubt about the front-end alignment or wheel balance fust drive in for e free and quick check-up. SCHREIBER MOTORS el5 N. Main Chevrolet - Oldsmobile - Cadillac BR 6-3216 82-H IRONINGS, sewing, and alterations. Call BR 6-3797. -17pd 9—For Rent UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Available Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3353 after five. -4tf PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heat- Ing, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. -«tf FURNISHED apartment, bachelor or couple, utilities paid, Close-in. BR 6-4245. —17 SMALL EFFICIENCY apartment. Located 403'i N. 8th. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. -Stf BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. —Itf UNFURNISHED THREE bedroom house. Adults, 1205 Old Manor. Call Bert J. Vance. —18 GARDEN CITY MULT U LIST TWO ACRES badroom, two story brick. MJ*ny faatur»i Includ* doubt* q«- rip*, natural gat forced h*«t, car- p»f, tiUd bath, storm windows. Clot* t*. highway. Tax*s $93.00. Prictd u*d<r $19,000.00. Takes $4,000.00 t» hendle. I Atherton Stallsworfh Agency I f. Mto* •ft •-I26J MODEST 3 Bdrm. kom* N«w n> , "? j', me, includi. ftdi rf$! f <* "Mrd.n City w. $350 '* P§r tvrtntt, .>. 6*«tt C«ll tod«y for /<<•/!/-, C T > . ''+{,!' Just 90* AL WOODS Real Est«t« Mgr. HO W. Chestnut 6R 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 Ltrg* thr«o btdroom, family rpom «nd full b*i*m*nt. DoubU g«r«g*. U btths. Owner mutt i*lj btc«ui* of ir*nif*r. C«ll iod«y. UNFURNISHED TWO bedroom house, all newly decorated. 2109 N. Main, Phone BR 6-5706. —19 FURNISHED BACHELOR size house. Apts. $25. month. BR 6-4001, —17 THREE BEDROOM house, has shower and bath, 220 wiring. Phone BR 6-7725. See anytime after 6:00 p.m. —17 FURNISHED BR 6-7037. Apartment. Call -19 SMALL APARTMENTS, no children. Call BR 6-4327 till 5:00 P.M. —21 SMALL HOUSE. Cal BR 6-3867. —17 — .em FOR SALE: New two bedroom house, full basement, stove and oven, ceramic bath, $500 , u./wn. 15 08 Hattie St., Ptone BR > 6-5789 or BR 6-5200. —2t AtKtrton-Sulliworth C«mpb«ll AbDrtct Tommy 6r«y«t, Au«t!on**r-R««ltfr Htlntmann Ag»ne> U* Kiln»r «nd Sot Don T»lltv R»«l*»r» Scot* l*.ilrer* HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE R«al istcte W. |uy, $tll or Trade Co»h tor your Equity 111 W. Uwr«l II *.?T4I ?.TF NEW THREE bedroom homes. Fully carpeted, draped, birch kitchen, five closets. Full basement partitioned. $595 down, $80.64 per month. Merlin Smith, BR J-4886 or Bft HIM- -19 FOR SALE by owner: New large three bedroom house, full basement, brick veneer, Forced air heating. BR 6-6851. —lOtf 11»—Mobil* Horn** 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 MUST SELL 46' by 8' trailer house. Inquire at 1310 E. Chestnut. Trailer five. —20 REPOSSESSED 1953 mod*!, thr** b*droom, front kitchen, 55' x 10', sform windows, fully furniih*d. $3,995 Hiway 50 West Gardin City, Kansas JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything 90-TF 14—Wont to luy TAME RABBITS: Contact at 211 South 10th. Anytime after 4:00 P.M. Monday thru Saturday and all day Sundays. —22pd 14—Livestock, Pots, Poultry FOR SALE: One riding horse and a year old colt. BR 6-50G6, Wilbur Ulrich. FOR SALE; One Jersey milk cow; also, one young heifer. Call BR 6-3477. — 19pd 17—Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE: Sumac cane, shredded, baled, in stack. 65c per bale. Reifred Yost, Copeland, Kan sas. Phone North 8-3423. —21 FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa hay! Junior Boyd, BR 6-6202. —15tf 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 2J-TP 20—Autos and Track* 1962 COMET, 16,000 actual miles, like new. Can be seen at Five Points Skelly. —itf MODEL A-1931 Coupe. All original in excellent condition. See at Moser's Garage or call DR 64204 or DR 6-4418, Tribune, Kansas. —20 1927 FORD, ROADSTER. 301 cubic inch, chevy engine for $275. BK 6-9902. —20 21—•usiiiess Opportunities OPPORTUNITIES FOR TRUCKERS 6*t into ih* qrowfag transportation business, «s «n ind*- p*nd*nt contractor. Earn top monay. W* n**d m*n 2$ to SO who own or can buy l«t* model I i ton truck to tow hows* trail- •ri nation wide. Must b* «bl* to piss ICC physical. Contact National Trailer Convoy, west of Newton, Kent, on Hwy 50-S 14-H OWN A Tastee Freez soft ice cream, sandwich drive-in. Net $9,000 to $15,000. Locations ready for Spring; $3,000 down; write MO-KAN, 2939 Virginia, Topeka, Kans. —17pd FOR SALE: IS' CrestUner aluminum boat with assessories and trailer. 3$ H.P. Evinrude electric motor with battery, $500. Set I WU S«coo4. HOMES FOR AMERICANS FIRST FLOOR SLIDING GLASS DOORS MASTER 'C. C\ SITTING ROOM *««w • i—i* \*. w. . *ii i i iii\j nwr BEDROOM I ) (OR BEDROOM 7'-0"xl|'-0" \ I / 14-0"«I3'-0 M MASTER SUITE SECOND FLOOR FIREPLACE HWB •• i • • i -+PORCH- t < X BEDROOM 3 la'-o'Vis'-o" n D c. BEDROOM 4 BEDROOM 5 l2'-OM5'-6" FOR MODEST SIZE of first floor (1,383 square feet), Plan HA328M makes a grand appearance from the exterior. This has been done by the design tie-in of garage and dining porch'and their roof. Use of louvered panels along front porch has the interesting combination of being symbolic of both Early American window shutters and of the architecture of the tropics. The living room is huge and dual fireplaces face it and the library. The kitchen-family room is an unobstructed 22 'feet. Bedrooms may be four of five, depending'on use of entire rear far-master suite. The second floor has 1,301 square.feet. Architect Rudolp'h A. Matem, 90-04 161 St., Jamaica 32, A'.Y., has provided much outside living also, with porches and terraces on both first and second floors. How Nation's Top 70 Fared By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here's how the top ten teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll did last week: 1. UCLA, 21-0, (beat Washington 73-58, beat Washington 88-60. 2. Michigan, 17-2, beat Indiana 99-87. 3. Kentucky, 18-2, beat Mississippi State 65-59. 4. Davidson, 10-3, beat Richmond 95-87, lost to Furman 7055, lost to Duke 82-75. 5. Duke, 17-3, beat Virginia 80-59, beat Davidson 82-75. 6. Wichita, 18-5, lost to Drake 64-63, beat Cincinnati 59-58 in overtime. 7. 'Vanderbilt, 17-4, lost to Georgia Tech 75-71 in overtime, lost to Tennessee 64-62. 8. Villanova, 19-2, beat Duquesne 73-63, beat Canisius 7358. 9. Oregon State, 21-3, beat Seattle 76-72. 10. DePaul, 16-2, beat Marquette 72-69, beat Western Ontario 95-58. LEGALS (First published in the Garden City Telegram on 17th day of February, 19S4. Lust published on tlie 2nd day of March, 1964). IN THE PHOBATE COURT OP FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS , IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE A. FOX. deceased. No. 3906 The State of Kansas to all Persons Interested In the Estate of GEORGE A. FOX, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, administrator at the ostate of George A. Fox. de- oensed, and pursuant to tho orders of the Probate Court of Flnney, State of Kansas, will on tho lOUi day of March, 1964. on the front steps of the courthouse at 2 p.m. in Wie city of Garden City, County of Finney, State of Kansas, offer for sale at public auction and sell to thfl highest bidder for cash all of the following described real estate situated in and being i:i the County of Finney and State of Kansas, namely: Lot Seven (7), Block Ten (10), Inge and Vinzant's Addition to Garden City, Kansas. Dated at Garden City, Kansas, this 17th day of February, 1964. /»/ Harrison Smith Administrator of the Estate of George A. Fox, deceased. (First published In the Garden City Telegram on 17th day of February. 1964. Last published on the 2nd day IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FIN- of March. 1964.) NEY COUNTY, KANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ADA BILLINGS, deceased. No. 3979 The State of Kansas to all Persons Interested In the Estate of Daisy Martin, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that I. tho undersigned, administrator of the estate of Ada Billings, deceased, and pursuant to the orders of the Probate Court of Flnuey, State of Kansas, will 0:1 the 10th day of March 1964, on the front steps of the courthouse, at i p.m., in the City of Garden City. County of Finney. State of Kansas, offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash all of the following described real estate situated in and being in the County of Finu'ey and State of Kansas, namely: Lot 14. Block 3. Jones and Walker Addition to Garden City. Kansas. Dated at Garden City, Kansas, this 17Ch day of February, 1964. Harrison Smith Administrator of the Estate of Ada Bluing*, deceased. Cupit Captures Title at Tucson TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)— Jacky Cupit could be the idol of all college freshmen today. He just knocked off the senior big man on campus. It happened in the $30,000 Tucson Open Golf Tournament and admittedly a few years after Cupit and Rex Baxter left the University of Houston. But it happened. Cupit shot a one-under-par 71 in the final round for a 278 the $4,000 first prize in the Tucson event over the x 6,917 yard desert course of the 49ers Country Club. Baxter, of Amarillo , Tex., took second with 69 and 276, collecting $2,700. When Baxter was the national collegiate golf champion at Houston, Cupit was a freshman albeit only a year younger than the champ. Now at 26, Cupit has won his third PGA tournament trail title, adding the Tucson diadem to the Canadian Open of 1961 and the Western Open of 1962. Bruce Crampton of Australia finished third at Tucson as the old man among the top finishers. The 28-year-old Crampton posted a 69 and 278 total. Pro-Basketball National Basketball AiMciation By THI ASSOCIATES PRESS E«»tern Division W. L, Pet. C.i. Boston 45 16 .738 — Phila. 26 34 .433 18 New York - 17 48 .262 30 Wttttrn Division San Fran. . 36 25 .590 35 27 .565 Itt 33 30 .524 4 37Z34 .443 9 15 4$ .250 SOW. Saturday's Results Boston 96, San Francisco 87 Cincinnati 130, New York 124 Baltimore 124, Detroit 12? St. Louis 118, Philadelphia 110 Sunday's HtsvHs Baltimore 111, Detroit 99 Boston 92, Los Angeles 90 Cincinnati 114, Philadelphia 97 IMF Tumi Down folt Vmilt St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore Detroit LONDON (AP)—The International Amateur Athletic Federation approved 19 world records in track Saturday but rejected John Fennel'* 17 feet, v t inch in the pole vault and Bob Hayes' 94 seconds in th» 100 yard d»sh. New Tank Record SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — An Australian teen-ager, Ian O'Brien, set a world record for the 110-yard breast stroke Sunday with a clocking of 1:08.5. The effort trimmed l.l seconds off the record set by Chet Jastremski of the United States, Aug. 23, 1961. It takes one acre of healthy forest 20 years to grow the lumber for a five-room frame house. •«|et Garden CltyT i rrafMfy 17| 1*44 Scientists To Leave Britain BIRMINGHAM, England (AP)—The brain drain of leading British scientists is claiming three more men from Birmingham University. Two art going to the United States and one to Australia. Sir Robert Aitken, vice chancellor of the university, called for an increase of government grants to improve facilities for scientific research. Dr. George Greenless, 41, senior lecturer in physics, says he has accepted a professorship at the University of Minnesota because facilities are better there. Dr. George Chester, 35, acting head of the department of mathematical physics, said he will become a professor at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., because he believes he will get more financial support for his work. Freighter Hits Gulf Oil Rig NEW ORILEANS (AP) — The Coast Guard said a 475-foot Ecuadorian freighter collided with an oil rig about 75 miles southwest .of Morgan City early today. The freighter Cuidad de Guayaquil was not reported in immediate danger, the Coast Guard said, but it was taking on water from damage to the hull. The Coast Guard said the oil rig was not believed manned when, the collision occurred. No reports of injuries were received from the 7,500-ton vessel. The freighter was bound from , Houston, Tex., to New Orleans. Art Wall Coptium Maracoibo QMII Title) MARACAIBO, Venezuela (AP)—The confidence of an old pro brought Art Wall Jr. the Maracaibo Open golf crown but four sub par rounds didn't hurt the effort. Wall, who won the San Diegu Open before competing at this first tournament on the four* stop Caribbean circuit, was down by a stroke to defending champion Jim Ferree and young Jay Dolan at tile start of Sunday's final round. The Pocono Manor, Pa., veteran unleashed a wicked putter, picking up four birdies and an eagle in the last seven holes to card a one-under-par 71 and record-shattering 280 for he tournament. He shot 69-69—71 in the first three rounds over the Maracaibo Country Club course. —Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Adi? CROSS WORD -- - By Eugene Sbeffer] 12 IS 21 27 90 33 4t 41 22- AH 19 37 39 34 31 61 43 25 49 17 'Mr 40 44- 2O 33 18 '•if* 14 W K> Zf> 29 HORIZONTAL 1. marsh 4, cursed ». African antelope 12. ventilate 13. assessments 14. rodent 15. became glassy 17. grate 10. additional 20. decay 21. citru* fruit 23. disease 27. exclamation 28. scarf 88.bone 30. title 31. judgment* 39. vehicle 33. toward jM.pen»Uz«d 41. convincing 44. penetraUa 47. reverential ,lear 48. bird 50. soak 51. through 52. lets fall 53. secret agent VEHTICAI, 1. valise 2. lubricant 3. grade school subject 4. forbidding 5. move with difficulty 6. beast of burden T. thing 1 (law) 8. impounded funds . a* IT 9. rup 10. moot* 11. Shoihonew IiKian 16. menagerie* 18. list 21. endure* 22. English novelist 23. merriment 34. farm aide Answer to Saturday 1 * puole. aan ammm jounwy 26. resource 28. without 81. comp*r*4 '|U|T T|SBMAll IR1LIIINIEI CJHS HQffl C3H QGQQ 35. market 37. male name 38. walking 40. M. hitter mark f». metallic rack 40-it*f aS}H@ SESflU USE 5JSS3 QHHB SSffJ z-ri ««« Feature* BynO.. Inc.) 1964. 42.hein4el* 43. 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