Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 4, 1971 · Page 8
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3 dcrySt per wern I«I«I-I«I«I«I»M' 6 days pw word! i.t.r«i«i-»•»•*•* ••M«M«I«««I ••• Mhi. charge any ad I>:«*I<K>I>I>I>I>I*I-I*» **c 1 doy t per word • ..-,.:.-.••• •)«i«j«<.i«»«i«j •* Skip day ads take one day rate. etfecrlve November 1, 1970. Phone orders accepted H you are listed in the phone book. Less 10 per cent for cash in advance DIAL 276-3232 CLASSIFIED FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only' incorrect insertion. Want Ad Classifications For Ivery Neetf NOTICES 10. Special Notices 11. Lost, Found, Strayed 12. Instruction 13. Card of Thanks EMPLOYMENT 20. Male or Female Help 23. Situations Wanted SERVICES 28. Specialized Services AUCTIONS 29. Public Auctions MERCHANDISE 30. Miscellaneous 31. Miscellaneous For Sale )2. Good Things To Eat 33. Want To Buy 34. Household Needs )5. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparel 37. Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Tools and Equipment AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Wants end Serv. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feeds INVESTMENTS 53. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Autos and Trucks' 61. Motorcycles, Bicyeltt 62. Campers, Trailers RENTALS 70. For Rent 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ESTATE 88. Real Estate 89. Farms, Lands, Ranches 90,, Mobile Homes 28—Speclofiied Services SUNFLOWER MACHINE Shop, 2767868. Duplication or repair OH worn metal parts, cold roll shaft, special TJ Bolts, maintenance welding • —F1S 30—MisecltontoOT FOR SALE:' Older Underwood typewriter in good condition. $15. 2(66517. •F4 A Beautiful You And Accessories Too! BIONDI'S Beauty Salon and Boutique Appointments Available 276-6626 31—Miscellaneous For Sale COMBINATION AIR conditioning ..And heating window unit, ton, .. , , 320 volt, with natural gas heat. $100. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —E29U ONE 14 x 14 and pne\4 x'2D Crawford over 'head doors -with all track and HDW complete; V 25% of FOR iSALfH: -Dairy & Crossbred alyefl,, 2 > to . 12 weeks. Roger Rabtson,; PMlliifeburg, Kansas. 818643-6-781. » —F4 new prksa. 276-6866. -F5 20 SHEETS NEW plyform plywood, 23% off new price, size 4xSx%. 276-3138. — F10 34—Household Nee* FOR SALE: Red worms and' African crawlers. 275-5314. 624 W. Emorson, —D9« GARAGE SALE. Saturday. 9-7, 302 E. Olive. Electric appliances, nigs, chairs, tools, jewelry, many household items. —F4 BESTLONE PRODUCTS Home-Commercial-Farm Completely safe, non-toxic, biodegradable cleaning supplies. Raymond Ellis 276-6513 Garnand Furniture (I) Drexel Dining Room Table with 2 leaves and 4 matching Chairs in pecan wood with a fruit wood finish. Shows very little use. $139.00 (I) Ranch Oak 54" Round Game table in Acorn Brown with 4 matching Brunch Chairs on casters. Looks like new. $349.00 (I) Contemporary 2 piece sectional that is very clean and shows very little wear. $125.00 GARAGE SALE: .Clothing and furniture, Friday and Saturday. 1402 Wallace. —Et' 10—Special Notice* Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive by 5:30 p.m. Weekdays Please Call Your Carrier Or, Call 276-3232 between 5:30-6 p.m. weekdays For Your Paper Saturdays, call your carrier 'ART TIME mailroom help. Prefer high school graduate who lans to attend Garden City Junior College. Write resume to Box X}54, c-o Telegram. . —F27tf OR part-time help wanted. Apply -in person at Big Dipper Drive In- 1009 N. Main. —F4 FUULEiR BRUSH Will place 4 students — summer work; part or full time. $1.75 per hour. 276-2057. —F5 "HELP" FOR Drug TJsers. 275-4232. 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meeting every .Thursday 8 p.m. (HUV dendale Recreation Center. Call 2767011 or write P.O. Box TIS. ALNON family group, every Monday S p.m. Gardendale Recreation Center. BUY YOUR SUMMER DISCOUNT TICKETS NOW 8 weeks—$1.00 Tickets good one session a week- pay skate rental when you skate. LILIA SHEARMIRE, Mgr. 275-543*3 12—Instruction I STILL, have piano student openings, Mrs. Charles Walter. Phone 276-7126. —F29 20—Mde or Female Htlp 20—Mote or Female Help IXPERLENCED WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in person. B^u s 23—Situations Wanted HIGH SCHOOL Senior needs summer employment. Willing to earn. Call Gary Pratt, 276-9375, 1408 N. llfth. —F8 GARAGE SALtE 1210 Ridsewood all day Friday and Saturday. Lawn mowers, games, toys, all sizes of clothes, lots of odds and ends. -HF4 (I) 2 pc. Sectional, Beige Cover and Clean. . $49.00 (1) 3 pe. Crescent Sectional, Red Cover. " $39.00 (2) Large La-Z-Boy Recliner Rockers in good shape. $65.00 each . i 'Love Seat & Chair, Office furniture—Chrome. $30.00 Also. • large selection of chairs, end Tables. 6arnancTs SALE all day Saturday. •Lots of clothes. 1949' Internation- ail camper tous. $350. 1S16 Park• • • • —F4 BEST CASH offer buys double-size mattress, box springs. 817 Evans. . —F4 SMALL TRACTOR with, for rent. 276-2401. rototiMer —!F5 RAILROAD TIES, $1.00 pear. Also telephone poles. 276-7345. —Fa FOR SALE: .Refrigerated Annana a*r conditioner, 1SOO BTtf, like new. Reasonable. 809 N. 10th. —F12 FOR SALE: Recce equalizer trail. er hitch. Phone 275'5223. —F4tf RED WORMS and night crawlers. % mile east on c'ountv road from north end of by-pasa. 276-6590. —F5 47—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE:_ AKC white Toy Poodle puppies. 2.7.6-S993. •F5 AKC WtR.E fox -terrier femailtt pup' --• "•• - • • - $80. —F5i 4 months. Tri-colored. (Bancroft. 2T6-2203. TROPIOAlL FJSH, Underwater World. New stock. 709 Bancroft. 276-3203. —F4 AKC TE-AiCUP and toy poodles. Reasonably priced. 276-6579. —F7 48—Seeds, Feeds WANT TO BUY WHEAT 276-9226 62—Campers, Traitors W-W STOCK « HORSE TRAILERS Also goose neck trailers. All prim- ad and have 2 coats of baked en enamel. Fine selection on hand. Scott City Trailer Sales H. J. Schwanke, 872.3138 L. E. Tedford. 871-2232 §8—Real Isfat* STARICRAFT FOLDDOWN camping trailers, also for pickups. Ctoraen City ice Co. We will trade. —F3tt 70—For Rent FLEMING- STREET duplex; air conditioned, carpeted, 2 bedroom, 2 baths, family room with fireplace. $160, 276-6618. —E20tf ROOMS WITH or without board for self-care and up. 276-; ile. $3.00 per day -F10 ROOF TOP antenna stand: and rn- tor. ZT6-2071. —F4 FOR SALE: One good used divan. 276-4346 after 6. —F4 The new MARK II NECCHI You've seen it on TV! Buy it at KIRBY VACUUM CO. * SEWING CENTER I Blk. N. 5 Points on,S3 Tommy Graves 276-6476 HUGH SCHOOL Senior wants summer empioymenit, had experience In • farm work and house painting. Johnson. 1309 Chesterfield, GARAGE SALE all day Friday and Saturday morning until: 11:00, 1107 Harding. Ironrite Ironer; DURING JUNE Look at these discounts! KOYLON RUBBER FOAM MATTRESS SETS King Six* discounted from $379,95 to $259.95 Queen Size discounted from $269.95 to $199.95 Reg. & Twin discounted from $189.95 to $149.95 Order Now V. O. WARD FURNITURE WANTED: CHOPPED ALFALFA HAY $25 A TON No moisture dock to 15% '. Anything below 10% moisture will be increased to 10% in weight. Warren Spikes 276-6503 NORMAN BECKER 276-6593 OFFICE SPACE for rent at Coast to Coast Store. Inquire —E7« BACHELOR APARTMENT — convenient, downtown, furnished or unfurnished, utilities paid, maid service. Warren Hotel. 376-3221. —<J3tt OFFICE SPACE for rent at Kan. saa & .Fleming. 275-5730 or 2767975. —E7U PARTLAILLY FURNISHED upstairs 2 bedroom apartment. 2 children. 276-9419. —F4 HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trad 1 * Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laurel 276-7741 Nitc ft Sunday 276-3675 O O O O ^ SMALL DOWN ^ $600 —3 .Bedroom, all ca.rpet. big kitchen, and good Ready June $lf 400.00 — 7% — 360 Monthly —$129.00 Chain link fence storm windows. 7th, FHA loan months. $550.00 down- tached garage, 2 bedroom at- newly painted. FHA loan. $11,400.00 — T%> — 366 months. Monthly—$104.50 BASEMENT SLEEPING- room for working man. CaU 275-5238 alter 5 p.m. —Fltf 88—Real Estate 53—Business Opportunities clothes, miscellaneous. Robert 275-5230. — F8 28—Specialized Service* NEED IMMEDIATELY: 9 trucks, covered for hauling chopped alfalfa. Have a new Field Que«n Hay Chopper. Have work all summer, clear through ensilage cutting. Drinkers need not apply. Steady employment, plenty of •work; Contact Don Cox, 376r4463, Tribune. ' —E26tf WANTED: ALL types of parttime help. Crystal's Cafe. 276-7313. ,1- • -E15tf BOOKKEEPER WITH necessary experience to make month end entries. Send resume to Box TJ-951 c-o Telegram. —F5 NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: Mams Ml ture, experienced person for typ- and general office work. Work time. 40 hours, 5 days. Send resume to Box Y-955 c-o Telegram, —F2tt BAR MAtD needed at The Desert New management. 276-9038 or 276- S921 after 6:00. —Fo HAVE OPENING- tor vocal and) instrumental teacher, math a n t Iraskettoall coaoh at Copelanc Schools. Apply to W. M. Jones call 66S-2811 or 668-259S. —F1C NEEDED: TRUCK driver based ii Garden City. Short runs. Experi ence necessary. Call Hugoton, 544 B774 daytime, 544-4614 evenings. WANTED: SOMEONE to hau away trash, lumbsir, and a do house. 1002 N. 5th St. —<F 7ALL DELMKR E. Towns for all your fence needs, carpentry and »ncrete work. 275-5305. —F9 WHAT HAPPENS AT YOUR HOUSE WHEN IT RAINS? 5o you en)oy the rain or curse it? If a leaky roof is the cause for hhen call us ror y< . We our dismay 'II put your —F3 FOR SALE: Buffet, table and 6 chairs, small table and 4 chairs, also bicycles, odds and ends.' 519 N. 10th. —F3 COMBINATION freeaer-reMgera-' tor, special $75. Duncaii Phyfe formal size table. Bargain Barn. GARAGE SAiUE. 1203 Ridgwwood, Friday evening. -Saturday, ?:30 sum. Coleiwan tent, cooker, mirror. furniture. ' —F4 KANBKALON AUBURN _.._ Never been worn, $15. 276- •wig. .08. —F5 FOR SALE TUMBLEWEED INN BEER TAVERN La kin, Kansas 355-9196 FOR SALE: House at 603 N. 8th, " to be moved. 276-7223 or 276-3456. , ' —-F5 THREE BEDROOM home out edge of city limits, has rent property to make payments. Price has been reduced $400. 276-2462. —Fo 60—Autos and Trucks FOR SALE: Eaidosed 12 ft. Fruehauf truck body. See Smalls, Inc. 101 N. IBt'h. —Fa 1967 PONTIAC 2-DOOR hardtop. 1\ Power, air, good condition, $1200. 1707 Kello, 276-8639. —F7 FOR SALE: 1954 G-MC pickup, .good condition. Phone 276-302S. -F7 JUST LISTED 3-bedroem custom built home, new carpet, eoppertone oven, rang* & hood. Fenced, in yard, good school located, priced in teens. For more information, Contact— CAMPBELL ,'Abstract & Insurance Co., Inc. Homer Campbell Gale Squier Phone 276-3352 276-8449 "Member Multi-List" Ask us about a two bedroom at $80.00 per month. Fogt t Ganton City Tcli'jSrmu Friday, June 4, 1971 IS07 E. FultoM Aon 2769278 After Houri Call Howard 276-8171 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-2076 Clyde 276-3644 "MEMBER MULTILIST" I 1968 FORD FOR sale. Call 376-7889 during day or 276-8552 'after six. —DSOtt TRY FLUIDEX, a, mild dliurefcio for the elimination of fluids.. Only at Norria Drugs. —F4 USED AIR conditioner for car $25. Also big house air conditioner $35. 276-7343. —F5 SBRVBL REFRIGERATOR $15, RCA ice maker refrigerator with automatic defrost-. 5130 276-7315. —F5 FISH BAIT: worms, chicken Uvera and other baits; also have fishing supplies. Schultz 66. Lakin,'Kansas. ' ., —E7tf HIGH PRESSURE washer, sipecial §204,50. Merrill Implement, ;West Hiway 50. • " —F7 MAKE EXTRA MONEY! Sell Fireworks Need no money to start—Fireworks on consignment. WHOLESALE FIREWORKS 276,8033 32—Good Things To fat Let us replace your cracked or broken windows, repair your screens, or replace your wooden storm windows with alum* inum storm windows while the weather is. nice. -_, Free Estimates BAIER AUTO GLASS 8th and Fulton 276-9342 1959 CHEVY IN good running order. Would like to trade for reasonably good pickup. 275-4346 after 6:00. • —F4 FOR SALE: 1965 Dodge Dart HT, 4 speed with V-8 engine. 276-6330. T-. F7 WANT TO sell 1967 Ford Fairlane G-T. Low mileage, new tires, new brakes, good condition, 2768597. >. —F5 FOR SALE. 1965 Chevrolet station wagon. 6 cyl. Standard shift. $500, 276-3369. —-F7 37—Boots, Sporting Equip. MINNOWS, WORMS, flailing tackle, ice chests, pop, and ice. Garden cold beer to City Ice Co., go, N™9t'h7'Open~7"to~7"" weekdays', 9-4 Sundays. —F9 38—Musfedl Instrument* TRUCK-LOAD SAiLE: Special purchase, trucMaad at new sptnet pianos, your choice of 5 styles, only $675.00. Apartment-size piano, $450.00. New organs from $550.00. Also have Uprights, useB, apinet pianos and organs. —F5 FOR SAiLE: 1954 Sun Valley Mer- 'cury Monterey. V-8. overdrive, 2 oor hardtop, ?150. Call alter 6 '.M. 275-4446. —*"4 45—Fomwrs Wonts & Serv. FREE ANIMAL removal. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 276-6711. FOR SAiLE: one set of 327 350 h.p. heads,310 degree Isky cam with nti-puirap-'u'p lifters, 327 piston with otis, Chevy crank, Hawley 750 cfm vith Edelbrock high riser. 276-5038 r 276-6509. —F4 WANTED: GRAIN Hebrlee 276-6820. hauling; Lee —B12U WILL DO custom hay baling. Wire tie baler. 276-8368. A. D. Fulton. 408 S. 9th. —E17tf FOR SALE: 1968 Chevy Truck. New 16' -grain box and hoist. A-l h-ape throughout, priced $3750. See at 211 Evans. —F9 46—Form Machinery roof in tiptop shape again. Then when it rains, you can enjoy it like everyone else does. Call Dale Berry at 275-5391 J.L. DOUGLASS Roofing & Insulating Co. 501 N. IOth "Over 35 Years In Business" J. C. HEALTH FOODS Liberal. Kansas open in new location, June 1st-at 27 W. 3rd (corner of '3rd and Lin- coin). ' Featuring natural vitamins and minerals, super CLP enxymes, flours, herbs, teas, honeys grains, Aloe- Vera Cosmetics, ',.". breads without preservatives afld Acme juicerators. Mail orders weteom*. ' Phone 624-3722 NEIW M & M G-1000 Tf. Wheatland with factory cab, $6995. Special this week' only. Merrill Implement. West Highway 50. —'F8 JOHN DEERE grain binder, $40. 16 ft. Massey--Harris combine, $125. Jeffery chisel with hydraulic $90. 12 ft. Krause oneway $110. 27C- 7345. -•F5 NEW 1969 FORD 630 combine, 16' header, cab, forced <air, straw spreader, list $12,573 — sale price $9700. No trade in. Southall Foa-d Tractor, Inc. Altus, Phone 405-482-1122. Oklahoma. —IF16 BUSINESS! FIVE POINTS Bakery quarters, occasions day — dosed DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NMOI * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUAKANTEED lor .life at no extra cost. Quint Auto- motlve. 276^332. * CARPETS V all styles of carpet. Villeireal Carpet Service'. "Over 20 years experience." CaU Izzy or Cesar, 27G- 3929. HEARING AIDS HEARING AIDS and supplie*. Service for all brands. Belton« Hearing AM Service, 119 Wort Laurel. 2T64M*. * PAPER HANGING PAINTING AND A J Fainting Servfa SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS OECURITV Polloe, Phone 276-8338. Vacation faouM watch; guard oervlce: biuia«w night patrol. * TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR information and reoervar tlona, call Amlta- Sammonst, vow travel agent, at 276-373L it TRAVEL SERVICE GUIDED TOURS, Alaska, June M- July 22, Central Eastern States Tour, August 1-18, Sunflower Excursions. 276-2916. * WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softener*, option to buy. Oompetitiv* NltraUfW DTPS Bakery, Cake Head- i. Wedding, birthday, all —- all .sizes. Open 9un« oaed Monday. 276-2851. —F23 47—Uvtsteek. Pets," Poultry DOGS GROOMED poodles, achnauzen. terrlen ottoerm. By appointment. 276-8737. PUFPIES TO give away. 276-8895 —Fo FREE KITTENS, very ffentle. 275 6593. —F4 FOR SALE:' 30 feeder 50 pounds. Call.276-60 MgS, 40 to '—F-4 CHRYSLER.PLYMOUTH ; Summer Sellout 1969 Imperial LeBaron 4 dr. Hdtp. $3895 Full power, leather interior, low mileage and on* • owner. •• • . '• I96> Buielc LeSabr* 4 dr. Sedan $2125 Air conditioning, power steering and brakes, vinyl • top: and-one owner. 1965 Vista Cruiser Station Wagon $1095 Air conditioning, power steering and one owner. 1963 Dart 4 dr. Sedan $550 Six cylinder, standard transmission 1970 Barracuda 2 dr. Hdtp. $2850 Air conditioning,; automatic transmission, low mileage, and one owner ' v 1961 Buick Skylark 4 dr. Sedan , s $1845 Air conditioning, power steering and brakes, and '^ ; - one 'owner." .''.. - ' •-, - : '- • WALTERS MOTOR .-•.'=• H Chrysler—Plymouth—Imperial 118-24 Stevens Ave. 276-3233 AUTO BODY _ WORK You will like the way we treat your ear. Bring it in for • bumper . to bumper checkup. A & W BODY SHOP ONLY AT KELLER.LEOPOLD Lovely 4 Br. MI bsmt, W-side. FHA Just N of high school »n 7th, 3 Br. On Ridgewood, 3 Br, central air, att garage, 22 x 20 garage in back. See this lovely home, 3rd and Edwards. Keller • Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275-5384 end 276-2544 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Are you ready this time? Opportunity is knocking! Eating place at busy location. A money maker! Main Street camera and gift shop. Lots of potential. II Evans 276-8955 957 CHiEVY CONVERTIBLE. Original interior. Call 276-3675 af- er 5:00. —F2tf Mobil Oil Station for sale—now leased to Mobil Oil Company. Fulton Street locatian. DON TALLEV Realtor 1021 Fleming 275-5730 276-7975 275-5351 (Michel) IHamann) 276-8 ITS (Vaughn) Member Multi-List New Look For Army Draftee WASHINGTON (AP) - Selective Service and the Army are launching a joint effort to give the draftee a better chance of putting his civilian skills to military use. And by August, a ctnaifltee's induction notice will be accompanied by & pamphlet telling him what to expect from the Army life. So far as oldtimers at Selective Service and the Army can recall, Uhis* is the first time the draft system has been used as a pipeline to advise the draftee about military life. « Beginning today the Army is mailing to each state draft headquarters >a six-morttih supply of "civilian employment training information" labels to be attached to a man's induction notice by his draft board. The idea is to make sure the Army finds out aibout a draftee's particular skill®. Despite a 10-year-old testing program, the Army has built a reputation of putting square egs in round holes. The new 'information label eads: "The Airmy's personnel man- gement system seeks to place right man in the right job. accomplish this objective, ic Army needs to have a cpm- lete description of yoxir civil- an background 'and training to etermin'e whether your qwali- ications correspond to a mili- ary occupational specialty. "We, therefore, request that you bring 'all official documen- aition attesting to your quali- icatkms when you report to the U.S. Army Reception Station WANTED A HOMELESS FAMILY For this 3 BR, fully ear'p«ted, sgl. garage, full bsmt, completely re decorated. This on* is priced to FOR SALE; Duplex-apartments, now rented. Will sell with goofl terms. Might trade for down payment. By owner. 276-3472. —Fo FOR SALE by owner: 2 bedroom brick, patio, carpeting, drapes. 2302 "A" Street. 276-8409. —F4 TWO BEDROOM home. seTWi-fim- ish-ed basement with 2 bedrooms and recreation. Frenced back yard. 1965 GRAND PRIX with air, vinyl top, $750. 275-5544. . • —F8 FOR SAME: 1962 Mercury Meteor S 33, automatic, bucket seats, console, clean, good condition. Call 276-7100 or see at 1112 N. 7th. —-F5 276-2913 or 376-2509. -F7 FOR SALE: 1969 Buick Rivera, gold, excellent condition. Must sell. Phone 276-3761. —F5 1961 CHEVROLET IMPALA sport 4 door, air conditioned, power steering, power brakes, 283 engine. $225. 506 Chesterfield. —F5 NSURANCE art REAL ESTATE ta mnM» nn* TRAILER PARK INVESTMENT 3 Acres, plumbed for 10 mobile homes, room for additional 10 units, plus a nice two bedroom home, all carpeted, electric kitchen, beautiful bath and half, lots of .trees in fenced yard location | at 1700 East Spruce. A real in-j vestment. Call for an appointment. ! 276-3630 III! Grant Evenings Jack 276-6723 Joe 276-8614 member of multi-list 90—Mobil* Homes 12 x 50 VAN DYKE. Excellent condition, $3,200. 275-5991. —F5 AMERICAN MiASTERCSRAFT 1869 Spanish decor, 65 x 12, 2 BR, 1 baths, separate utility room, angl kitchen. Countryside Mobile Es tates, 2901 N. 8th. 276-2688. —Fo CLEARANCE 1971 Travel Trailers, self coniainei Now $285 Now $2675 Now $242 22 ft. was $321* 19 ft. was $3089 .... I7{ ft. was $2819 ... USED 29 ft 40 ft. late model Kit $225 $285 Goldsberrv BR 6-2414 Miller 276-3813 MEMBER MULTILIST I COUNTRYSIDE Mobile Estates Garden City, Kansas 2901 N. 8th 276-2688 or 276-6834. Then the laibel adds tilie camion: "Please realize the Army cannot match everyone to a job related to his civilian training, and that this notification does not constitute a promise that you will be placed in a military specialty commensurate with your civilian training." Tie new approach, says an officer dealing with the all-vol- unteer-iarmy concept, will not only give a man a better chance of using his skills but will "let tihe man know we're interested in him and trying to utilize him." The new information pamphlet, expected to be sent out with all induction notices beginning in August, tells the draftee what he'll meed to take with him, what Army life will be like and what his relatives need to know. One Army oMcer said what little knowledge of the military draftees have is colored by tales of veterans or by the media. "This lack of official know!-, edge creates apprehension," he added, "may require unnecessary <eilort after entering the Army to procure needed items and creates an undesirable first impression of Army service." KANSASGOLF FOR SAHE: NT 850 tandem Foi-fl •with bed and hoist. 276-3154. —PIS FOR SAUE: Dune buggy, 1950 Ford V-8 flat head, runs good. 376-8701. —(P5 FOR SALE: 1960 Studetoaiker V-8, 4 door. 1003 N. Main. —F4 1360 OUDSMOBILiE. AIR conditioning and new brakes. CaU 2762543 after 6 p.m. —F5 61—-Motorcycles, Bicycles $ O O O O .GOOD CYCLES 1968 Honda 125 Scrambler $250 1969 Yamaha 350 $500 1968 Honda 350, reconditioned $535 1971 Honda SL 100 $395 1970 Kawasaki 90, like new $275 1970 Trail 90 $275 1969 Honda 160, Shrine Club cycle, like new, 411 mil«s .... $3'>'S 1971 CL 100, 600 miles, like new $395 NEW 1971 SL 70 $375 1971 360 cc Bultaco, in the crate, below dealers cost . . $835 1971 Bultaco Sherpa S 200, in the crate, Factory Racers, 2 of thes $675 CARDER SALES & SERVICE 276-8800 -• "The Bike Shop" ; NEW YAMAHAS Terry Curtis 628 Olive 276-7170 After 6:00 & Weekends DISTINCTIVE inadequately describes the beauty and comfortable livability of this 7 year old tri-level home. Built exclusively for the owner, many items are incl'u&d that are not found in other homes, like all Birch woodwork includng kich- en cabinets with sliding shelves, recessed^ range, refrigerator with ice maker, 4 'bedrooms, living room,,family.room, l£ baths, water softener, cedar shake roof & many other attractive items. In a perfect location and priced right. We are happy to show you this one. V '^ • •' i ^SCOTT REALTOR! V 112 N. Main 174-1111 Charl.s Haatr J74-7B04 •ember multi-lit! WE'LL TRADE Owner of suburban on 2 acres will trade for good home in town. Have others too! For details, call 62—Campers, Trailers KAMPKRAFT CAMPBE for rent 317 N.75 St. REAL' BR 6-8442* Eve. BR 6-3117 Stuart 5-5544 Nelson 6-7388 Moinort 6-7949 — Larson 6-2681 MEMBER MULTI-LIST > FOR SALE by 'owner; 3 £rorrnj. Living draped. ' Patio. room carpeted by week, 276-8120 or 376-7641, all schools. Shown b; -F26I30« E. Olive. vtu>M loan. Close to itnient WANT TO 'assume payments without equity on 12 or 14' mobile Cadi collect. 376-4754, Trib— Fo une. Now Open For BUSINESS! Mobile Homes Specializes in MARLETTE VAN DYKE BELEMONT 9:00-7:30 Mon.-Sat. 1:00-5:00 Sunday Wert Highway 50 (Across from +h» Craxy Hous») 275-4259 Hemmert Snares Gun Club Honor Local shooters competed Sunday for all-round champion of the Sand and Sage Rifle and Pistol Club. /During the contest on the club's rifle vange, contestants each shot four different guns, including, hand guns, center- fire rifles, .22 rifles and shotguns. Winner was Fred Hemmert Jr. Dan Crase won second place, and third place was a fouV'Way tie among Clayton Studley, Lee Greathouse, Leroy Pilcher and Kenny Kuhn. Doc Weiss was range master and he also sponsors the all- with th» trophy. Ex-Champs Into Meet TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Scv- en former champions are among 258 golfers entered in the Kansas Amateur which will be held June-8-13 at the Topeka Country Club. Defending champion Chris Stnahan of ^Pittsburg has an automatic berth in the 32-man championship field which starts match play Thursday, June 10. The other six former .titleholders entered at Bob Dare, Wellington, 1969; Mike Krone, Lawrence, 1968; Roger Brown, Arkansas City, 1967; Virgil Parker, • Wichita, 1958; Dave Dennis, Independence, 1950-51; and Glenn Oatman, Kansas City, Kan., 1938. Mike Phillips, Kansas City, the 1970 runnerup and Denny Payne, Topeka, runnerup in, 1969, also are in the field. Qualifying 'will be next Tuesday and Wednesday with match >lay Thursday through Sunday. The first'round will' be played Thursday, the second round and quarter-finals Friday, semifinals Saturday, and the 36- hole finals Sunday. Four Collegians Sign Patriot Grid Pacts BOSTON ^AP) - The New England Patriots 'announced Wednesday the signing of four choices from the recent college player draft 'in the National Football League. They are ( Tim- Kelly, linebacker from Nobre Dame; Layne McDowell, tackle from Iowa; John Rodman, guard from Northwestern and Jim Zikmund, defensive back from Kemey Stot».

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