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CLASSIFIED MM. chorg* My 04 4le 1 <kry, (Mr word fe I days, per mot* lie * days, per word l*k 26 days, per word 9<k UM 10 per cent for emk In advanc* DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of pufetteatMt Weekdays and Saturday* f :00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible tor only out incorrect Insertion. 5—&D$lf»e« Senriees WANTED PAINTING, interior or rxterior, any size job. BR 64816. —29 7—Help Wanted 1 la— Mebite (•nrilnn rllv Trfntfrnm Tuesday, February 18, 1964 1— Special Notices Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4>S p.m. Safurdawi For Your Paper ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardcndale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB ERS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p le a s e »«nd your address nnd all numbers a> shown on a recent issue. -Itf 2—Miscellaneous McVICKER AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 66462. Garden City, Kansas. —Itf WE PAY |i cash If any same item can be -nirchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. _3itf 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 FOR SALE: Church pews, 10 pews six foot long, 10 pews 8Vi ft. long. Can be seen at Kalvesta Methodist Church, Kalvesta, Ks. or call Garden City BR 6-6518 or Cimarron 4W4. —18pd CARPETS AND life too can be beautiful if you use Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. McClung and Payne. —18 J—Lost, Found, Strayed STRAYED: WHITE face heifer. Weight around 600 Jbs, yellow tag in right ear, under bit out of both ears, branded bar-one, bar on right hip. Charles Newsom, BR 6-3493. —22 $100 REWARD FOR information leading to recovery of cattle. Branded, bar, backward "L" on 1*1' hip or lazy "Jo" on left shoulder. John O'Neal, Cimarron, Kansas. —24pd S—Business Service* DEAD'STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansai JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always S3-TF; and slip covering of furniture. Call Mv«. Laura Borthwick at BR K- 7<!55. _20 TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. -31tf STAY WARM i in winter weather! Fre« estimates on installation j of rock wool insulation. Call I us today . . . i DOUGLASS ROOFING 501 N. I Oth BR 6-5391 i _____ 91-H. NEBDING~SER~VICES on these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pick- tin and delivery on small appliances within city. —7tf HINKLE TREE Serviee7~Tree trimmed and removed. Trees and yard fertilised. Fully insured. BR 6-4147. -i!6 ELr5CTROLUX CLEANERS authorized sales and service. W. L. Maddox, 307 Washington, Garden City. —17tf WE NEED 1 man for the Garden City area who will follow up j loads to demonstrate and sell the j 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. H. Newton, j P.O. Box 563, Ft. Collins, Colo. -21 TRAILER FOR sale; 55' by 10' 1962 Skyline fifth Avenue model. Contact Bob Peterson a t Safeway. — 24pd MANAGEMENT TRAINEES tak- j in? applications in person. One ! to two years college, single, $75.00 weekly to $325 a month. Two to three years college, married, $80.00 weekly to $375 monthly. Must have military obligation fulfilled. F. W. Woolworth. —20 8—Situations Wanted POSITION WANTED: Full charge bookkeeper, experienced, payroll, financial statements and Burroughs machines. Available Feb. 15th. Write Box o!49 Garden City Mobile Homes Hiway SO West BR 6-4811 24', 12', 10' wide New Trailers now on display. Also 10' and 8' wide Used Trailers, i 70-TF ! MUST~SELlT46' "by" V trailer ; house. Inquire at 1310 E. Chestnut. Trailer five. —20 % The Telegram. — 18pd WILL DO sewing. Mrs. William Borah, BR 6-8065. —20 14—Want to lny TAME RABBITS: Contact at 211 South 10th. Anytime after 4:00 P.M. Monday thru Saturday and all day Sundays. —22pd f—For Rent 7—Help Wanted «0S> • IS TON MOBILE CRANE • BASEMENT EXCAVATING • BULLDOZER WORK • MOTOR GRADER • BACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 1601 E. Fulfon Garden City 27-TF SALES ENGINEER (Oilfield) Colleqt qraduatti (21-28) with on* year of colleq* chemittrv. Pre- vioui oil field experience preferred. Advancement b«i*d on merit. Formal training program in laboratory and field. Excellent employe* bene- fiti. ; Send reiume of education and experience to Box PI 50 e/o The Tele- i gram. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER .__ . I6-7T DISHWASHER, APPLY~in person, Coffee-Ann' Shop. —lltf UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom aoartment with garage. Avail•able Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3333 after five. —4tf IS—Form Machinery PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heating, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. —6tf PUBLIC SALE ; We are having a Public Sale at the I Raymond Morrit place 8 miles aait of Garden City on Highway 50 on j Monday, March 9. If you have ma! chinery to tell, give ui your lilting on or before Feb. 29. Earl Barton or John Collins tl-4T BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. -iti! 1 A—Livestock, Ptts, Poultry UNFURNISHED THREE bedroom house. Adults, 1205 Old Manor. Call Bert J. Vance. —18 Theyll Do It Every Time *—. By Jimmy Hatlo Ku.MQUAT IS THE HEALTHI5ST 6UV WHO EVER TRIED TO 6ET INSURED. WAT'S HOW ME TALKED TO THE YE4H-WRENCHEO ,MV BACK OPENING A , 616 LEDGER—AND IVE 6OT4N UPSIDE-DOWN STOMACH FROM EATING AT MY DESK—AND A SPUR ON /MY HEEL FROM WALKING UPSTAIRS DURING THE ELEVATOR. STRIKE T LISTEN TO HIM TRY TO COIN/ THE M.O. WHERE HE WORKS WTO A PENSION AM--VOU WON'T FIND ANYTHING WRONG WITH ME, DOC— FIT AS A FIDDLE—SOUND AS A DRUM*-* JUST PLAYED 54 HOLES OF 60LF- NEVER SICK A DAY IM MY JJFE— PHYSICIAN"- flBlf "fort AM A HtT TIP TO 6) King FtrtnTM SyneJn Actress Returns From Drama Tour GARDEN CITY MULT I - LIST TAKEN IN TRADE BEST LOCATION 4th Street three bedroom, basement, IS x 19'kitchen, like new carpet, i Eatt Side — Two' bedroom lovely New paint iniide and out. Drive by | rear yard. $350 will handle et $80 1006 4th, then cell ui. per month including taxet end in- New 3 bedroom, attached garage, , turance. A ttone'i throw from Alt* 1} bath, part basement. All ichool Brown, location. Owner icyi jell. Call ui for • good buy on thli on*. Atherton Stallsworth Agency 1011 t. Ftiltot. IR 6-5241 AL WOODS Rial Estat* Mqr. MO W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 Three bedroom 21* x 25' carpeted living room, fireplace, $ IS,500.00. Three bedroom living room end din- Ing. Utility end attached garage, $11.000. - IT IIP '.i Real Estate IR 4-4T1I—Eve. IK 4-31 IT 50 foot * 140 foot retldentlel lof —W«it ild*. Two blocki to ichool. UNFURNISHED TWO bedroom house, all newly decorated. 2109 N. Main, Phone BR-6-5706. -19 FURNISHED Apartment. Call BR 6-7037. —19 SMALL APARTMENTS, no children. Call BR 6-4327 till 5:00 P.M. —21 TWO BEDROOM house at 401 N. Evans, $65.00 per month. Inquire at Friends School, Fred Ritz. —20 THREE BEDROOM house with garage. Call morning and after 6:00 P.M. evenings, BR 64894. 805 Pearl. —19pd ONE GOOD modern house. Inquire 314 W. Maple. —18pd ;cal fcstete .JE$5CSCOn. REALTORS IOTt.FUl.TON Ufrtttt Atherton-Stelliwortn •Campbell Abitract Tommy Gravet, Auctioneer-Realtor Heinemann Agenc> Lo* Kitner and Son Don Talley Realtor* Jeite ScoH Realtor* FOR SALE: New two bedroom house, full basement, stove and oven, ceramic baft, $500 djwn. 15 08 Hattie St., Phone BR 6-5789 or BR 6-5200. —2t HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate Wo Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel IK 4-TT4I T.TF NEW THREE bedroom homes. Fully carpeted, draped, birch kitchen, five closets. Full basement partitioned. $595 down, $80.64 per month. Merlin Smith, BR 6-4886 or BR 6-4180. —19 FOR SALE: One riding horse ami a year old colt. BR 6-5066, Wilbur Ulrich. —18pd FOR SALE: One Jersey milk cow; also, one young heifer. Call BR 6-3477. —19pd REGISTERED GERMAN shepherd pups. 1406 "A" St. —20 FOR SALE: Weanling pigs. Call BR 6-6227. —20 FOR SALE: Hampshire boar. BR 6-5352. —20pd 17—Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE: Sumac cane, shredded, baled, in stack. 65c oer bale. R/eifred Yost, Copeland, Kan sas. Phone North 8-2423. —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 UPRIGHT PIANO, excellent condition recently tuned. Available March 1st. $50.00, 503 Emerson. —20pd == i Schreiber's Lot is Loaded with True Blues! STOP IN AND INVESTIGATE THESE LOW PRICES DURING GREAT PERFORMERS TIME" $1995 '59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVilU A fin* one locel owner cer which hn received excellent cere. We hive terviced it regularly ever tince It wet »old new by ui. All of the fine Cadillac feature! including factory air conditioning, power Mat • windowi • brake* and iteering, wriitewalli, tinted glen. $895 '59 CHEVROLET Bel Air Sedan V-l performance with automatic tranimiuion. White- walli. A nice clean car intide and out. $1395 '58 CADILLAC Coupe Thii ii • beauty and you need to tee it to appreciate iti mint condition. Full power equipment plus factory air conditioning and whitewallt. A quality car •t « quality price. $835 '58 CHEVROLET ImpaU Sport Coupe The beginning of the modern hardtop with iti long, low ityling. V-8 with automatic tranimiuion, white- walll. A very iharp '$8. $2150 '62 OLDSMOBILE 88 Sedan Rocket V-| with Hydra ma tic. A local 9Ht owner eer which h«i received proper and prompt tervict In our Service Department. Low mileage. |ig car comfort •t * very reaionable price. $1995 '63 CORVAIR Monia Coup* Top-line Corvalr with 102 HP engine, 4 on the floor, bucket teat*. Whitewelli, EZI glen. A like new one owner car. $1550 '62 CHEVROLET Biscayne Sedan Economical V-l with itandard tranimtision. Another fine one local owner car. Low mileage, good tirei, EZI tinted glen. Topi for a iteady, dependable family or ichool car. • $2295 '63 FORD Salaxi. 500.Sedan V-l with Cruii'O-matic tranimiuion. One owner car with excellent care. Good tirei, tinted glaii. Low mileage. $1775 '62 CORVAIR Monja Coupe Tap performing Spyder equipped Monie with ISO HP engine, 4 on the floor, bucket ie«ti, EZI tinted glen, whitewelli. One local owner who bought it from u| and hat had H terviced regularly In our Service Department. Eatt Side — Three bedroom with full baiement, hat carpeting, drapai and built-in itove. Wett Side — Three bedroom full batement, plenty of extrat in thii en*. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Laurel Call Day or Evaningi BR 6-7827 91-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 FOR SALE: VACUUM CLEANERS • New or Rebuilt • Trade-lni—Like New • Service All Make< KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER CO. 2 Blockt East Bowling Lenei 91-H By BOB THOMAS AP Movit.Ttltvision Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Rosemary UeCamp has made the transition from Pakistan to "Petticoat Junction" with the ease that has always marked her acting career. Miss DeCamp, best known in films for Mother Cohan in "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and in television for "The Bob Cummings Show," was doing a "Petticoat" only days after returning from • three-month tour for the State Deparment. "The rip was a rare and wonderful experience," she commented. "It made me realize how many Mends we FOR SALE: Wurlitaer spinet piano two years old, like new, mahogany finish, $450.00 Phone BR 6-3478 after 6:00 P.M. —20 Rain Splashes In Some Areas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rain splashed areas in the South and the far Northwest and light snow fell in scattered northern sections but generally fair and dry weather prevailed in most other parts of the nation today. A disturbance in the northern Gulf region set off rain from eastern sections of the southern plains through Georgia. Fairly heavy rain, measuring more than one inch, hit southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi. The rain was expected to spread through the Carolines, the central Appalachians, with rain mixed with snow in the Ohio Valley. Light snow falls were reported in-the northern plains and central Rockies, with snow flurries indicated in the Great Lakes region and the central and northern Rockies. More rain fell in western Washington and northwest Oregon. Skies were clear In most of New England after the season's worst snowstorm, with gale force winds, swept the area. Up to 18 inches of snow fell in New England and at least 16 deaths were reported, mostly from heart attacks induced by snow shoveling. have abroad. It also made me realize how much has to be done to keep those friends." The actress said the trip evolved through friendship with an American cultural officer who was stationed in Pakistan. He suggested she could speak while her husband, Judge John Shidler, could confer with legal officials. "That WM four years ago," she said. "I guess the State Department puts your name in a barrel and waits. By the time the tour was authorized and we got to Pakistan, our friend was transferred. . "I was uneasy at first; the last teaching I had done was 30 years ago at Mills College," she said. "But they made me feel welcome. The Pakistani are a very warm and friendly people. "They seemed very eager to learn about drama, even though they have very little opportuni ty to display their talents. There was no language barrier, since most speak English as a hangover from the British days. "In seme pUyi I had to make concessions for local custom. In The Glass Menagerie,' I had to change the kissing scene, since mblic kissing is just not done. The actor kissed the girl's hand —and even then she pulled her leeve down so his lips wouldn't ouch her skin. "It was only when we wenl o East Pakistan that we fell some hostility. There you can see the results of Radio Peking, vhich floods the area with propaganda. 'It is disheartening to see Russia and China spending 10 imes what we spend," she remarked. "There is so much to e done over there, and we jus' aren't doing it." —21 6:00 P.M. 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 FOR SALE by owner: New large three bedroom house, full basement, brick veneer, Forced air heating. BR 6-6851. -lOtf SPECIAL LOW PRICES on White Sinks matching base cabinets. Various sizes. Stainless steel sink tops Double Drain Boards 20—Autos and Tracks 1927 FORD, ROADSTER. 301 cu bic inch, chevy engine for $275. BR 6-9902. —20 22—loots, Sporting fquipt. DON'S SERVICE Radio ft TV Ith 1 Laurel FOR SALE: 15' Crestliner alum inum boat with assessories and trailer. 35 H.P. Evinrude electric motor with battery, $500. See a 1011 Second. —18pd LEGALS Ho—MebiU Home* REPOSSESSED If63 model, three bedroom, front kitchen, $5' x 10', itorm windowi, fully furnished. $3,995 Hiway 50 West Garden City, Kenjet JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open I a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days Wt trade for anything 90-TF •I-IT-H SALE: Lose redwood bark attic insulation. Two to five truck loads, treated fire resistant. Smith Packing Co., BR 6-3791. —24 10—Autos pud Trucks 1962~COMET, 16,000 actual miles, like new. Can be seen at Five Points Skelly. —19 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 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500, four door, V8, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. Real nice car, $645. Will take tvade. Phone BR 6-3515. • —2 HOUSES SCHREIBER MOTORS } IR new northwett, reedy now. Carpat. $1.000. down. 2 IR older houte with barn in back. Carpet, lelow $7,000. USED CAR LOT 101 N. M«in "Priv f With C.r. Ev«rywk«rt" Phon« IR 6-3211 3 IR iplit nice. level northeait, very air conditioned 3 IR tplit level nertheeit. 2 |R brick real cut* $10,500- |R 9-7671 IR 4-9907 •IMM4 i J IR Good ichoel location, double : garage, no loan expenii north. 3 IR carport iuit redecorated nict yard, $2200. equity wett tid*. ) IR attached garage, full baie- ment carpeted, northeett fSOO.QO down. 2 IR attached garage, full baie- ment, carpetad. n«rtheatt $500.00 down. HOWARD V. SMITH AGENCY IR 6-7741 |R *,3ft7» •9-Tf (Published In The Garden City Telegram Feb. 11. 18 and 25. 1964) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF F1NNBY COUNTY, KANSAS ELDON NEWBERRY DELBERT STINEMETZ. DBA NEWBERRY & STINEMETZ CONST. CO. ... PLAINTIFFS VS. BILL BURGE AND FINNEY COUNTY PLUMBING . . . DEFENDANTS NO. 2503 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to Bill Burge and Firmey County Plumbing, and all other persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petl ttnn has b.wii filed In the County Court of Finney County, Kansas, by Eldon Newberry & Stlnemetz Construction Company, praying for judgment in the sum of $285.00, plus Interest and costs, and for other relief, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before the 4th day of March. 1964. in said court, at Garden City. Kansas. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will entered In due course upon aaid petition. Eldon Newberry. Delbert Stlnemetz, dba Newberry t StinemeU Const. Co. Petitions Duanit E. West 319 North 8th Garden City. Kanjiaa Atty. few Petitioner (First published in the Garden City Telegram February 18. 1964. La»t published February 26. 1964) NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the contributing member* of Ftaney County United Fund will be held at the office c.f the Garden City Chamber of Commerce, 302 N. Main Street, Garden City. Kansas, on the 9th day of March. 1964. at the hour of 7:30 o'clock P.M., for th« purpose of electing the contributing member* of the Board of 1 -rectors to *erve for the eivsuliiK year ana the transaction ol tucli iXlier tusui«M a* may come be- foro the woeiing. MV-hY KNIEF AduiiuUtr»tive Secretary FINABY COUNTY FUND Barry Optimistic About Progress WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Barry Goldwater, back from a week's campaigning in the West and a strategy huddle in Chicago, is optimistic about the progress he is making toward the Republican presidential nomination. However, Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York still thinks Goldwater was "reckless" and "irresponsible" when he advocated sending Marines to turn the water back on at the U.S. naval base in Gauntanamo, Cuba. And Gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvaia, describing the kind of candidate who he thought could beat President Johnson next November, didn't srem to have Goldwater in mind. But GoldwaHr, frtih from a Chicago strategy session with his top political lieutenants Sunday, said a "great groundswell" of support is building for him. The Arizona senator said he thinks he has 450 convention votes locked up and another 125 "practically sure." That's only 80 votes short of the number' needed to get the nomination. Goldwater picked up 12 dele* gates from Oklahoma and four from North Carolina over the weekend. Two other North Carolina delegates selected at GOP conventions did not state a preference for any candidate. Goldwater also got an enthusiastic endorsement from the California young Republicans. •Meeting in San Diego the GOP group voted 256% to 33V4 in favor of a resolution supporting his nomination. —Whether buying or selling, UM Telegram Want Adit CROSSWORD By Eugene Sbeffer\ 12. 26 55 6t> <¥* 33 2S v/, 41 3 57 HORIZONTAL 1. ugly old woman 4. enraged 9. tree 12. personality 13. bird 14. expert 15. stir up 17. guaranteed 19. sounded 31. record 22. tools 95. bird* 38.ontbe 42. Swist mountain* 44. duration 48. of the kidneys 51. be in debt 52. irregular 54- an article 55. married 56. counter* irritant 57. sorrowful VEBTICAI, 1. pronoun 2. past 3. epicure 4. 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