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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 1, 1971
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3 days, pcf warn i.i»i.x<m»*>i>i*>i<i<i<i«i* • Zic i days per word •.•x>t>ia*iMu>i> •Hawm* »•* Mhi. charge any ad HI»VAU«I>X'IH>T««I>I> vvc I day, pW WOfO • ••«r»r»T»r«i«r«:*T«7«r«T«wj»j *C Skip day ads take one day rat*. Effective November 1, 1970. Phone orders accepted If you are listed in the phone book. UK 10 per cent for cash in advance DIAL 276-3232 CLASSIFIED FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 7:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only OB* incorrect insertion. Want Ad ClweWcatloiw For Evtry Ne*4 NOTICES 10. Special Notices 11. Lost, Found, Strayed 12. Instruction 13. Card of Thankt EMPLOYMENT 20. Male or Female Help 23. Situation! Wanted SERVICES 28. Specialized Services AUCTIONS 29. Public Auctions MERCHANDISE JO. Miscellaneous il. Miscellaneous For Sale 32. Good Things To Eat 33. Want To Buy )4. Household Needs J5. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparel 37. Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Tools and Equipment AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Wants and Senr. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feeds INVESTMENTS 53. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Autos and Trucks 61. Motorcycles, Bicycles 62. Campers, Trailers RENTALS 70. For Rent 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ESTATE 88. Real Estate •9. Farms, Lands, Ranches 90., Mobil* Homes 30—Migeenoneoi* CAMPER LIGHT plant, 73*5. $65. 2T6- ~F2 WING AA to D Sizes to 14 10—Special Notices 20—Male or Female Help Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive by 6 p.m. Weekdays Please Call Your Carrier Or, Call 276-3232 between 6:00-6:30 p.m. weekdays For Your Paper Saturdays, call your carrier iXPEKEENCED WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in person. Bus Cafe. —E28tf "HELP" FOR Drug Users. 275-4222. 10 p.m. to 2:00 Friday and Saturday. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meet- tag every Thursday 8 p.m. Gar- flendale Recreation Center. Call 2767011 or write P.O. Box "OS. Air NON family group, every Monday 8 P.m. Gardendale Recreation Center. WANTED: EXTENSION cords — need a mile and a half to reach to the graveyard. Call H. A. Figg after five. —Fl 11— Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: DARK brown boys glasses an Finnup park. 275-5S46. •F2 12—Instruction WILL GIVE pwvats voice or piano lessons. Marjorie Vanderweide. 1202 Pinecrest. 276-3349. —Fl J STILL have piano student openings, Mrs. Oharlea Walter. Phone 076-7126. —F29 20—Mde or Female Help NEED IMMEDIATELY; 3 trucks, covered for hauling chopped al- laJfa. Have a new Field Queen Hay Chopper. Have work all cummer, clear through ensilage cutting. Drinkers need not apply. Steady employment, plenty of work. Contact Don Cox, 376-4463, Tribune. —E26tf WANTED 1 : ALL types of help. Ci-ys tal's Cafe. 276-7313. —E15tf BOOKKEEPER WITH necessary experience to make month end entries. Send resume to Box TJ-95: c-o Telegram. —F5 CITY MARSHALL, resume to Bo> 315, Satanta. Kansas. —>F WANT TO hire experienced persi to clean business after hours Call 276-2012 after 7:00 p.m. —F OOAL BRANCH of National Company needs ambitious person at ssistant manager. Excellent o$>- lortunity lor person desiring •owth and a future based on lijs wn merit and capabilities. Excel- jit company benefits.' Send res- me to Box W-953 c-o Telegram. r our resume and interview will be eld in strict confidence. —Fl •ART TIME niailroom help. Prefer high school graduate who )lans to attend Garden City Junior College. Write resume to Box X- 54, c-o Telegram. —F27tf VANTED: STEADY man, irrigated farm. References. Plvone B. E. liles. Lakin, 355-6503 collect. r-Fl 23—Situations Wanted _ _ to* model fe a popular faToritel Oil>tana*d Brown Chrome uppers, erafted-in comfort-Tongh Neoprene solee for action wear. Drop in Boon! Downstairs at 31—Miscellaneous For Solo COMBINATION AIR conditioning and heating window unit, % ton 220 volt, with natural gas heat. $100 Contact Wheat Lands Motel. ' 32—Good Things To £ot FIVE POINTS Bakery, Cak« Head quarters. Wedding, birthday, a! occasions — all sizes. Open Sun day — closed Monday. 276-2851. , —F33 VANTED: AGRI-RELATED position in Southwest Kansas, Have C-State Agricultural degree. Fain- ly man, doesn't drink or smoke. Vill give references. Send offer to Box T-950, c-o Garden City Telegram. —y>3 IRONING WANTED, also light sewing; hems and mending. 275-56i4. —F3 28—Specialized Services SUNFLOWER MACHINE Shop, 276- 7S58. Duplication or repair of worn metal parts, cold roll shaft, special U Bolts, maintenance welding. -F15 10—Miscellaneous FESH BAIT: worms, cliicken liver* and other baits: also have fishing supplies. Schultz 66 Lakin, Kansas. _E7tf HIGH PRESSURE washer, special .$204.50. Merrill Implement, West Hiway 50. ' • _F7 'EfRSONAL: DEIAR Ann Landers should I call Ema Letha or wait until she calls me? H. A. Figg, I'm jedng framed. -Fl NOW REiNTING Mountain Fails, 7323 or 276-3456. cabin, Green Colorado!, 27€—Fl GARAGE SALE Wednesdav and Thursday, 9-7, 1206 Par'kwood. Curtains, furniture, fabric, yard tools, luggage, games, football cleats, model oars, dolls, clothes, everything from A to Z. —F2 FOR SALE: Red worms and African crawlers. 275-5314. 624 W. Emerson. —D9tf BOLENS 10 H.P GARDEN tractor with mower. Merrill Implement West Highway 50. NEW BOLENS 14 H.P garden trac- BREAK INTO RADIO-TV KEEP YOUR JOB- TRAIN AT HOME W« already have over 700 gradu ates and students on the air. APPROVED FOR VA AND THOSE ON ACTIVE DUTY For a free brochure 'send your name address, telephone number and age to Box No. V-952. No representative will call without your approval. Columbia School of Broadcasting Not affilliated wth CBS, Inc. Home School/San Francisco Spudnuts Swing ANY TIME YOU DO! THAT'S CAUSE THEY'RE FUN FOOD USA! Special rates for party orders! Serve SPUDNUTS at your next get-together! ^SPODNUT.% 110? Kansai Plaza POWELL MACHINE and WELDING (Formerly B&H Machine) Offers: • Machine work • Sharpening of all types of stubbl* mulch blades, cutter blades and shears • Welding, hardfacing and blacksmith work. WESLEY POWELL 106 N. 8th 276-6441 BASEMENT SLEEPING room for working man. Call 27S-532S after —FltE FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom house, 2 car garage, $130 month. 76-6084. 6 -E'JStf 47—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Toy white. 276-6900. poodle puppies. • —F3 FOR SALE: Male dachshund puppy. 276-9394. —F2 40—Autos and Tracks 9S2 CHEVROLET. transmission,, and 275-5175. STANDARD door. Call — E24tf 1968 FORD FOR sale. Call 276-78S9 during day or 276-8553 after six. —DSOtf FOR SALE: 1967 Mustang, 4 speed, vinyl top, chrome wheels, 289 engine. Will consider older model .ruck with lift in trade. 276-3618. —El&tt FG.RD TRUCK F-600. tandem wheels, box, hoist and cattle rack. A-l shape. 276-7345. •—Fl 1959 CHEVY IN good running order. Would like to trade for reasonably good pickup. 275-4346 after ":00. —F4 VW BUS. late model motor. In A- 1 condition. Equipped for camp- ng. 275-5290. ' . — Fl FOR SALE: Truck to haul chopped hay. See at Co-op Hay Plant. —iF2 F.01R SALE: 4 speed with Dodge Dart HT, -8 engine. 276-6330. CHROME RIMS. Will fit Mustang or. Miaveirick having 4 bolit hub 2r?6-2fT53. —F2 1981 F-85 OLDS. Good condition Call 27^8696 after 1 p.m. —FS WANT TO sell 1967 Ford Fairlane GT. Low mHeag.e, new tire® new brakes, good condition. 276 8597. — FOR SALE: 1964 Chevrolet sta tton wagon, 6 cyl. Standarc drift $500. 276-3369. FOR SALE: IS h.p. go-ca,rt. Ex oellent condition. Call 276-9*28. . . —F «»»•»»* 211 Evans 33—Want To Ivy TEN FOC WANT TO buy good used spinet piano. Will pay cash, Fhil Maddux, 426-7446. —Fl 34—Household Needs GOOD ROA frost-free refrigerator •with ioemaker — ready to go. Worth $200, Will «ell for *149. 2767345. FOR SATJE: Combination re(rig«r- . ator-freezer. good coiuliition. Ca.ll 275-4412. . , . — F3 FOR SALE; One good used divan. 27-5-4346 aufter 6. —F4 45—Formers Wants & Strv. FREE ANIMAL, removal. Call Jay- liawk Rendering, Inc. 376-6711. —C26U WANTED: GRAOJ hauling; Lee Hebrlea 276-6820. — BlStf 4x4 CROSS ARMS. CouW be used for yard fence posts, 51.25 each. 376-7345. •F3 WANTED: HK5H class trash! Need to feed to Leo, I wlU pick It up. Call H. A. Figg. in town Wednesday! —Fl WANTED: MARRIED man for year i-ouiid diyland farm. Job. Phone 376-4459, Tiibune. —Fl The new MARK II NECCHI You've sean it on TV! Buy it at KIRBY VACUUM CO. & SEWING CENTER I Bllt. N. 5 Points on S3 Tommy Graves 276-6476 408 S. 9th. —E17tt AUTO BODY ^ WORK You will like the way we treat your car. Bring it in for a bumper te bumper checkup. A & W BODY SHOP 70—for Rtflt JNFURNISHED THREE berlroom duplex, __.patio., garage. Available une 7. 276-6754. —FltE p.m. FURNISHED APARTMENT - DUPLEX, 1 extra large bedroom, 2 beds, SSO a month. 276-3473. —F2 THREE BEDROOM unfurnished and 1 bedroom furndsilved apartments. Call 276-7348. —F4 88—Real Estate w ^ Acre NORTHWEST 18—Red tstvr* toemy three bedroom plus large loubU garag»* excellent birch cicthen with dishwasher. Can ai- sume 6% G.I. Loan for $3,750.00. >aym«nh ar« $129.00. Full price 117,750. Might take own house in rade. -Stlkerton ONLY AT KELLER-LEOPOLD 4 BR, full bsmt, n«w paint, shrubs, lawn, FHA. 3 BR, aft. garage, tnw paint, yard pump, assume $1200 7% loan, $2000 down, $123 per month. Just starting 3 BR brick, full bsmt, 2 car att. garage, NE. '3 BR brick, full bsmt, art. 2 car garage. On one acre. Outside city. Keller • Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275.5384 and 276.2544 Tuesday, June 1, 1971 Pagt 10 Garden Cily Telegram It's a /Woe/, Mad Week For Kalibo 276-9278 Aon 1507 E. Fulton Aftsr Hours Call Howard 276-8178 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-2076 Clyde 276-3644 "MEMBER MULTI-UST" |L IVIE FOR SALE: Duplex-apartments, now rented. Will sell with good terms. Might trade for down payment. By owner. 2T6-3472. —Fl THREE BEDROOM home out edge of city limits, has rent property to mafee payments. Price has been reduced $4frO. 376-2-162. —Fo WE NEED LISTINGS TRANSFERRED, getting divorced, lost your job, serious about selling Call us, we mean business. We aren't in Real Estate for a hobby. FOR SALE: House at 603 N. 8th, to be moved. 276-7223 or 276-3456. —F5 KALIBO, The Phiippwes AP) — Th« pulsing, frenetic wait of drums coursed clown the 'fcy, sun-filed streets of Kalix> town, seti'ding tlbe vitege mongrels whining for coveo.'. Laugiliing Filipinos in briffiamt HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trade Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laur»l 276-7741 Nite ft Sunday 276-3675 O O O O FOR SAiLB by owner: 2 bedroom brick, patio, car] 2303 "A" St. 2T6-: drapes. —(E2» 276-3630 Grant Evenings 276-6723 276-0955 42—Comptrs, Trailers KAMPKRAFT CAMPER for rent by week. 376-8120 or 276-7641. —F26 W-W STOCK * HORSE TRAILERS Also gooi* n»ek traiUri. All prim- ad and have 2- eeati of baked «n •n*m«l. Fin* selection on hand. Scott City Trailer Sales H. J. Schwanke, 872-3138 L E. Tedford. 872-2232 DISTINCTIVE inadaquaieiy describes the beauty and comfortable livability of this 7 year old tri-level home. Built exclusively for the owner, many items are included that ere not found in other homes, like ai'l Birch woodwork ineludng kich- en cabinets with sliding shelves, recessed range, refrigerator with ice maker, 4 bedrooms, living room, family room, )•£• bathe, water softener, cedar shake roof & many other attractive items. In a perfect location and priced right. We are happy to show you this one. SCOTT REALTORS! N. Main I7o.l2ll Charlei Hager J76-7S04 •ember multi-liit LAND FOR SALE 320 A. All under cultivation. Lo cated southeast of Garden City near the airport. Has irrigation po tential. Priced reasonable. 160 A. Irrigeted farm. Located northeast of' Garden City on oil. A good laying farm with gravity irrigation. 8" well on natural gas, 160 A. Irrigated farm locates northwest of Holcomb. Two 8' wells plenty of water t one of the best laying farms in Finney County 0 A. dryland unit located north f Garden City just off oil road 9Ood level land. 80 A. Grassland located north- astern Finney County. Terms you ouldn't believe. or prices and terms on the above and in Finney and other counties iroughout Kansas Contact us Member of the State Ferm & Lane rokers Multi-List. CAMPBELL "Member Multi-List" Abstract & Insurance Co., Inc. •lomer Campbell Gale Squier / then* 276-3352 176-8449 r pickup caimjmr for sale. 31 275-2188. —. F2 GOOD TWO horse Stiidham trailer. OaM 2TB.2750. —.F4 70—For Rent FLEMING- STREET duplex; air conditioned, carpeted, 2 bedroom, baths, family room with fireplace. §160, 276-6518. —E20tf OFFICE SPACE for rent. Inquire at Coast to Coast Store. —E7tf BACHELOR APARTHEMT — convenient, downtown, furnished or unfurnished, utilities paid, maid eerrioe. Warren Hotel. 276-3221. —G3tl OFFICE SPACE for rent at Kansas & Fleming. 275-5730 or 2767975. ' —E7tf FURNISHED BASEMENT apartment for two young men, 2 miles north. 276-6028. —Fl $650 DOWN 1510 Jan will go FHA. Horn* futures 2 baths, family room, 13x24, and good easHid* location. For detail^ call . . . 3l7H.7£St, REAL BR6-84«*Ev*.BR 6-3117 Stuart 5-5544 Nelson 6-7388 Mein.rt 6-7949 — Larson 6-2681 member muIti-list TOP TRAILER with cattle rack Will haul 300 bushels or more Ready to .go. 276-7345. — 3M. 30 G-AiLLON BUTANE tank regulator for tractor, $65. •with 2f76- —F2 46—Form Madifnwy * * 720 JOHN DEERE dieael tractor, S1500; sprayer 30', trailer type, take-off, $320. 276-7345. —Fl power W-9 TRACTOR with oal>, hydraulic, $150. 276-7345. —Fl BUSINESS | DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OP YOUR NEW! * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUARANTEED for life at no extra cost. Quint Automotive. 275-5a32. CARPETS KITCHEN - COMMERCIAL - foHAG all styles • 'of carpet. VUlereal Carpet Service. "Over 20 years experience," Call Izzy or Cesar, 2763939. * HEARING AIDS BEARING >A1DS and supplies. Service for all brands. Beltone Bear- bur Aid Service. 119 We« Laurel 276-WM. * PAPER HANGING PAINTING AND paper & 3 Painting Service. . "V' if SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS SECURITY Police, Phone 276-3328. Vacation hou*e watch; guard service: business night patrol TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR information and reservations, call Arnita gammons, your travel agent, at 276-3731. * TRAVEL SERVICE GUIDED TOURS, Alaska, June 19- July 22, Central Eastern States Tour, August 1-18, Sunflower Excursions. 276-2016. WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softeners, option to buy. Competitive price*. ram Nitrate teat HOEIME OKISKL on hydraulic. 2767345. . THIRTY-FIVE FOOT Land Hydraulic. Call 276-7345... plane. —Fl 47—Livestock, P«ts, fwiltry DOGS GROOMEO3 orontnaonally — poodles, scnnauzen, terrier*, other*. By appointment J76-8737. PUPPIES TO 'giv« away, mostly German Shepherd. Call 375-6160. • -Fl FOR SAIjE: Bred Hamp sows. 3768741. —F2 WONDERING ABOUT INSURANCE ON YOUR MOTORCYCLE? Yes, we have just the policy for; you. Call Everett, John or MaryE Lou to explain this special cover-1 age. ' Liability Insurance on Motorcycles is just as important as Liability insurance is on automobiles. Come in today, w* will be more than happy tn explain this coverage to you. * * * Jf ILLER I{]NSURANCE| USED 1970 13 x 50. 2 BE1DROOS mobile home. Call 275-5486 afte :00. costumes, many and •ainibeid black with sooit, stamped aifld weaved thek- way down lie nanrow lanes ki step wiMi ibe throbbing, pvimiitive dmm wait. Tire Whole town tremble, >as if one of the IWEppnes* volcanoes was ihreiafeniing to erupt. It was the time of the consuming festival of 'Affci-Atdlian" on this isilaind of Panay, 220 miles southwest of Manila. It's a. mad week in January of signing, daunting and ddnktog 'in a mardi giras festival that blends anioienlt and pagan ited wiltfli tomiaige to the baby Jesus, or 'Senior Samto Nino." At least five >e t\vice Obat, who knows— Pffipinos dressed in, bi'iffiaimt feaithered, costumes swirled through due streets and into the plaza. Liquid-eyed Fill- pina beaiitite painited "M'ake Love Not War" across their smooth cheeks and fliirted with broyMem^s. Bearded American Peace Corps workers, some of whom had traveled for dayis by smaffl outrigger cainoes and orcaiky busses from neiigbbor- ing island's, blew their minds in the melee. Ati-Aiti!han festival spramg out of the conquesit of Pamay when Malay wiamriors airnived from Borneo in the llth century. They. fought and defeated the original dwellers of Ms, or Negrito tribesmen, 'and peace wais celebrated with the first festival in 1214. As the Negrito tribesmen began disappearing, small images of the Christ diild and have the alter boyi rub it across their shoulders and chest. Many gnarled farmers or old women asked the boys to rub some particularly troublefio-me teg or aching backs in hopes of a miiiraculous cure. Tftie •church, raitlner than be- rag so'ineDhwg fearfully sacred, was home-like as people ate and dialed in the wooden pews worn smooth by centuries of sliding bottoms. Orange peels and banana skins liittened Uie stone floor and birds twitterpat- ed n.eiar the upper windows. Children soampea'ed about and scraped lip wads of candtewax from the flow in front of carved wooden sibaifcues of Christ, Joseiph and Mary. Although many <oi£ Wie aine organized into large groups —iike the 50 kids wiitih black masks .and wooden submachine guns — there are still the individuals Who like to do their own thing. Like iUhe leather skinned old man in the white ballerina skirt with >a flowing rum bottle in each hand; or tlhe sad- eyed mian iti the monk's rob* dipagiginig Ms cross through <ih» sbiieeitis day and nighib. The frenzy continued unbroken as the sun sank into the Pacific and the crackled white plaster on the stonie walls began to cool. Damces burst spontaneously in the streeibs or in the plaza amd lasted until the sun began glimting through the palm leaves. At the (home of Mayor Fed- eiico Icanrima there was a river of friends flowing .through the house, quaffing beer and eufcg the succulent leclion, or whole roasted pig, always kept and REAL ESTATE Oqena/ 7/3 KANSAS PLAZA BZ6-7696 GarcUn City, Kansas 67846 CHARLIE''SENSE" SAYS Do you know what a Credit Union is or does? We would like very much to tell you. Talk to my friends at EQUITY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 101 NORTH 6TH, P.O. BOX 453 GARDEN CITY, KANSAS—PHONE NO. 276-7655 Market Basket Up But... WASHINGTON (AP) ~ The Agnicuiture Department isaya tire cost of a "miarket baisket" of food in r'ebail stores rose $10 in' April, but farmers actually ended up getting $1 less than the montfch before. The market-basket list is us«d by USDA economists to compute how much farmers and middlemen get from food dollars spent by consumers. In March the market basket was listed ait an annual rate of $1,228. Of that farmers received $476 and middlemen $752. The •cost in April was $1,238 with farmers getting $475 and middlemen $763. The figures are in a new supplement to a quarterly report, the Marketing and Transportation Situation. The supplements, t o be issued monthly, awe aimed ait providing more up-to-date information on food price 'spreads between farmers aind.conisumens. Rieitalil prices in April increased for most products, with the largest for fresli fruits and some vegetables. Decreases were reported for pork, eg®s and lettuce. A year ago the market basket in April was nine-iteniths of 1 per cent higher in retail cost, wibh middlemen getting 3.2 per cent more and farmers' receiving 2.6 per cent less. This April, although the farmer's share of the food dollar shrank a bit, the report rounded off Ms portion at 38 cents, same as in March, but two centos less than a year earlier. Coleman Officials to Defy Strike in Wichita WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Offi- Ciials of the strike-bound Coleman company in Wichita say they will operate a day shift at their, three Wichita plants 'Tuesday. • -| The move comes in defiance of a strike called last Wednesday for 1,000 union workers in a wage dispute.. The striking workers are members of the International Union of District 50, -Allied and Technical Workers. V the Malay-Filipinos began smearing themselves with black and donning feaitihered costumes in honor of the Atis. The ainrival of the Spanish. conquerors brought Chpistianiitiy and the Filipinos gaily absorbed iit m (the festival in 1572 by including homage to Santo Nino. Because of this, the revelry centers around the cavernous stone church *hait dominate* one side of the grassy Village plaza. At the arched doorway, the village blindman squatted paltanitiy, his wife fcneteOing beside Mm, in hopes of a. few mvtavos from the dancers who pushed Inside. Golden sibatto of sunlight slanted across the cool interior. Ait the ialtar, scores' of vaiiagers ; in costumes or worni \vork : clobtes, pressed forward to kiss on itlie center table. Stranigiers olfered one another shots of golden Philippine rum and invitations to "their houses made from nipa palms. The towns four hotels, sad lit- itite buiidfags mth central toilets, were booked monltihs in advance by visitors from M.anila, The town of 50,000, which doubles in size during the festival, oanniot cope wiith the crush. People steep anywhere they can find room, often in the plaza. Only « handful of foreigners usually make the trip and to their delight the mayor this year put them up on cots in the schcoMiouse. "I suppose we could niafce some money on the festival. But tot would somehow be wrong, wouldn't it? Let's just have fun," the miayor laughed. HOMES FOR AMERICANS PLENTY OF RANCH HOUSE: A Mend of mellow wood art nft«4 ttOM forw tfth attncthe exterior. Two of three bedroom* km ciM* fartjtatiM. Muter hedrooM bu • private balk with tawlottl akowtr. Family bath coataus a doaMe vanity sink. Raised keartk flreylace aad a bow wwdow feature a large living room. Dmlag room overlooks a terrace aad has a door to a screened porch with date Odor. Compact ktfcbea provides a dinette and room for appliance*. Lower level contains a recreattan room, fireplace, lavatory aad a awslc atca with built w shelve*. Plan HA672Y WIM awpcd by architect Herman H. York, «MM Mist Jamaka.N.Y., 11432.

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