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WOfQ .«w*«i»j»» ••• •L«_i«j«;«r«i»J Mm. choree ony 00 « «viv.*:>t«i>r«iw«}*-* 1 (My, pW WOrO • .•. « .-«••« •!*-•:•-••.•,-§:•) Skip day ads take one day rate. 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 9:00 a.m. Hie Telegram is responsible for only incorrect insertion. Want Ad Classifications Par Ivory Nt*** NOTICES 10. Special Notieet 11. Lest, Found, Str«yed 12. Instruction 13. Card of Thank* EMPLOYMENT 20. Mai* or Female Help 23. Situations Wanttd SERVICES 28. Specialized Service! AUCTIONS 29. Public Auction* MERCHANDISE 30. Miscellanaoui 31. Miscellaneoui For Sal* 32. Good Thingi To Eat 33. Want To Buy 34. Household Ne*dt 35. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparal 37. Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instrument* 39. Tools and Equipment AGRICULTURI 45. Farmer) Want* and Serr. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feed* INVESTMENTS 53. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Auto* and Truck* 61. Motorcycle*, Bicycle* 62. Campari, Trailer* RENTALS 70. For Rent 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ISTATE 88. Real Estate 89. Farms, Lands, Ranches 90,, Mobile Homo* 28—SpeclaKied Service* WHAT HAPPENS AT YOUR HOUSE WHEN IT RAINS? Do you enyoy the rain or curse it? If a leaky roof is the cause for your dismay, then call us. We'll put your 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" 47—.Livestock, Pets, Poultry GROOMED ororesslonally ~ poodles, schnauzera, t.srrlfirs. others. By appointment. 376-8737. KITTEN TO give away. 276-7954. —P9 FOR SALE: ARC 2 yeair old chi- huahua, 276-3949. —F10 FREE ICPFTENS: So to person taking all four. Call 276-2667. —Fll AT STUD. AKC Registered dachshund. Contact Sandra IrsUc, 275- S538. —F15 48—Seeds, Feeds CALL DE-LjME-R E. Towns for all your fence needs, carpentry and concrete work. 275-5305. —F9 WANT TO BUY WHEAT 276-9226 Fog* 10 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, June 9, 1971 88—Real Estate 60—Autos and Trucks ONLY AT KELLER-LEOPOLD Lovely 4 Br. full bunt, W-side. FHA Just N of high school on 7th, 3 Br. On Ridgewood, 3 Br, central air, att garage, 22 x 20 garage in oack. See this lovely home, 3rd and Edwards. Keller - Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275-5384 and 276-2544 1968 FORD FOB, sale. Call 2T6-78S9 during day or 276-8552 after six. —DSOtf A NEW SERVICE AT FOR SALE or trade, mouth. 1307 13th. FOR SALE: 1970 Olds. 276-7773. 10—Special Notices 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 wanted. Cafe. & H SPECIALIST attention: Wanted regional manager and [strict managers to place $50,000 Cancer expense plan in Garden Hty, Scott City areas. Low premium, high commission, guarantee enewable. Write William L. Dun- vy. regional Vice Pres., 10908 N. Florida Ave., Oklahoma City, Ok- ahoma. 73120. —F9 "HELP" FOR Drug Users. 275-4222. 10 D.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Suturuay. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meet* Ing every Thursday 8 p.m. (tar- dendale Recreation Center. Call 2767011 or write P.O. Box T13. Air NON family group, every Monday S p.m. Gardeodale Recreation Center. . 11—Lost, Found. Strayed LOST: MALE Siamese kitten, sea' point, 3 months old, children's pat. Northeast location, 275-594S. —F10 12—Instruction I STILL have piano student openings. Mra. Charles Walter. Phone r 6-7126. 276 —F29 20—Mde or Female Help NEED IMMEDIATELY: 3 trucks, covered for hauling chopped alfalfa. Have a new Field Quean Hay Chopper. Have work all summer, clear through ensilage cutting. Drinkers need not apply. Steady employment, plenty of work. Contact Don Cos, 376-4«3, Tribune. —E26tf BRICKLAYERS WANTED Apply at the Park Place Project, Lyons, Kansas or call A.C. 316 257-3321 or the Starling housing project, Sterling, Kansas a/c 316 278-2333, all aplicants considered irregardlesi of race, color, creed, national origin, this company participates in a complete Equal Employment Opportunity Program. MARK INDUSTRIES INC., General Contractor PKINTEIR WANTED — Experienced flooran'an to work in excellen pufbli cation plant; good wages- health and file insurance benefits fine university town; good opipor tunity to give children college edu cation. Write Box Z-956. —F1C WANTED: WOMAN to live in with elderly woman. Light housekeeip big. 276-2878 or 276-7862. —Fl WANTED: ALL types of parttlm help. Crystal's Cafe. 276-731S. —B15t WANT LADY to answer' telephon in her home. Write Jerry Math er, 113 So. Santa Fe. Salina, Kan gas. 67401. —F9 20—Mote or Female Hdp [XPEMENCED WAITRESSES Apply in person. Bus We can Wash and Recondition large farm and industrial type paper air cleaner elements - 30—MiieeHaneoai FOR SALE: Redworms ajirt African crawlers. 275-5314. 634 W. Emerson. —D9tf PATIO SlAiLE, 414 W. Maple, 9:009:00, Thursday and Friday. —F10 FOE. SAJLE: Amplifier, AM: tuner, Voice of Music Turntable. Call 276-3579 after 6:00 p.m. —'Fll SESN'TOR GHRli Scouts • Sale. Girls Scout Cabin, 10S West Hactoberry. Friday and Saturday, 8 a.in,-8 p.m. Help send us to Texas! TWO PARTY gara&e sale, Thursday, Friday, 9 to ?. 1509 E. Laurel. Baby furniture, balby clothes, children's clothes, mattress, 'springs, bedspreads, miscellaneous junk. —F10 YARD SALE, 1026 N. 5th. School dothes. Bill size*, Avows, miscellaneous. 4-8, Thursday, 9-5. • —F9 IAVE OPENING for vocal and instrumental teacher, math and susketbaJl coach at Copeland ohools. Apply to W. ,M. Jones. :-2Sll -ail €68-: or 668-2598. —F10 BREAK INTO RADIO-TV KEEP YOUR JOB- TRAIN AT HOME W« already have ever 700 gradates and students en the air. APPROVED FOR VA AND THOSE ON ACTIVE DUTY : or • free brochure «»nd your name addreti, 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. Horn* School/San Francises MAKE EXTRA MONEY! Sell Fireworks Need no money to start— Fireworks en consignment. • WHOLESALE FIREWORKS 276-8033 TWO operators for beauty shop in Scott City. Inquire princess Beauty Sho before 6 p.m., in Garden City i-7463. —Fll VANTED: Cook for new Pheasant Inn. Call 676-2237, Sublette.—FStf VEACKINIST TRAINEE: Full time employment with major pump manufacturer. Apply ^Gould's Pumps, Inc. Weat Hlwagr 60. —F10 CUSTODIANS FOR Stanton County Schools. Contact John W. Harr, Supt, Johnson, Kansas. 4926226 or 492-6464. Prefer main-wife combination. —F14 23—Situations Wanted EXPERIENCED RELIABLE man wants year round maintenance, ruck drivinR or general work. 2754386. —Fll 13 YEAR OLD student will baby sit in her home. Experienced. Call Susan Purdy. 620 N. 10th. 2755608. —F12 JUNIOiR HIGH student will do lawis or run errands. Ores' Her- reU, m-8425. 801 Cedar. Garden City. —F12 rAKACHE SALE, urday. 9-5. Friday and Sat- N. llth. — F10 FOR YOUR Holiday Magic Cosmetics, pJuoiie Jeiannine MxsAlister, 276-9708 or Stella Im«l, 276-9372. —F33 LUKE NiEiW, 9 s 7 fiberglass garage door, §70. 276-3844. —F13 FOR SAJUE: Reec» equalizer trail. er hitch. Phone 275-5223. —F4t FISH BAIT: worms, chicken livers and other baits: also hay* fish ing supplies. Schulta 66. Lakin, Kan sas. —E7tf FOR S1ALE: Used Bryant tral air conditioning un condition, replaced by la Phone 276-28TO evenings, cen Good rger unit 276-7862. — F12 FOR SAJUE: Coppertone electric range. Excellent condition. $75 Call 2fT6-7591. —(F8tf 31-.Miscellaneous For Solo COMBINATION AIR conditioning and heating window unit, % ton 220 volt, with natural gas heat. $100 Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —F13 lATE MODEL VW bus with late model engine. Very dean. Ideal or camping. 275-5290. —F9 1940 Ply- -F12 Valiant, 196S —Flo A CHANCE TO OWN .THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED CAR 968 Thunderbird 2 door Landau, white with black vinyl roof $2495 968 Thunderbird 2 door" • light green and extra' clean $2495 967 Thunderbird 4 door Landau" white and slick '$1995 1967 Thund«rbtrd' blua in color $!9°5 Sea these at Burtis Motor Co. Open from 8:00 a.m.—9:00 'p.m. 700 Years Ago BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Are you ready this time? Opportunity is knocking! Eating place at busy location. A money maker! Main Street earner* and gift shop. Lots of potential. 9&7 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE. Original interior. Call 276-3675 af- er 5:00. —F2t£ FOR SALE: 1968 Chevy Track. New 16' grain box and hoist. A-l shape throughout, priced 53750. See it 211 Evans. —F9 FOR SALE: NT S50 tandem. Ford .with bed and hoist. 276-3154. —F18 1982 FORD GiAlUAXIE 500, air conditioning, power steering, auto- matl'o, good condition. 276-2497. —<F10 Mobil Oil Station for sale—now leased to Mobil Oil Company. Fulton Street location. DON TALLEV Realtor 1021 Fleming 275-5730 276-7975 275-S35I (Michel) (Hamann) 276-81 75 (Vaughn) Member Multi-List JUST PERFECT For the small family ... New 2 BR., All elec. kitchen, wall to wall carpet, att. garage, full bsmt. good east side location, By THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY A writer for the Saline County Journal, Salina, reported on Abilene as fallows, May 11. 1871: "Abilene is ftdl of business and growing. It is estimated that there are thirty buildings at present under construction. Citizens stated that the past winter had been the dullest they had experienced within the history of th« town. There are a number of first class buiMngs but the most of them are raither of the inferior order. Not having previously visited Abilene we cannot speak of its past but its present growth seems to be of the higher order and judging from previous report® we infer that it was never so well governed as it is now. "The maintenance of good behavior appears to be upper- moat in the minds of its people. Large preparations are matte for the importation of Texas cattle amd there exists and is opening the full complement of saloons and boarding houses at the eve of the coming of the ca/ttto men,. One person told us itlhere were eighteen saloons in the place and that ,a Mr. Brown, of Junction City, was erecting a large building for another. "Abilene should follow the example of Salina anld put its licenses at high .figures, thus only giving to *he more reliable men the business. The first drove of cattle is expected to arrive this week. We called upon Brother Wilson, of the Chronicle, and found him .to be an affable and accommodating gentleman. He publishes a live paper which is deserving of the patronage of the citizens. Dickinson county, he informed Fh» new stronger, safer, face-saver windshield will protect the whoU family on your summer vacation. BAIER AUTO GLASS 8th a«d Fulton 276-9342 FOR SATjE: '55 Ford, shift. 276-9106. standard —Fll FOR SALE: 1961 Cadillac, sedan. All power and air. Extra tires, $400. 601 N. 2nd after 5:00. —F10 1970 FORD G.AIUAXTE 500. Fully equipped, vinyl root. Extra low mileage. 275-3892. —Fll 62—Campers, Trailers KAMPKRAFT CAMPER for rent by week. 278-8120 or 276-7641. —F26 W-W STOCK ft HORSI TRAILERS Also goos* neck trailers. All primed and have 2 coats of baked on enamel. Fine selection on hand. Scott City Trailer Sales H. J. Sehwanke, 872-3138 L. E. Tedford. 872-2232 30 SHEETS NEW plyform plywood, 25% off new price, «iae 4x8x94. 376-3138. -F10 STARCRAFT FOI/DDOWN camping trailers, also tor pickups. Garden City Ice Co. We will trade. —F3tf 32—Good Things To Eat FIVE POINTS Bakery. Cake Head• quarters. Wedding, birthday, all occasions — all sizes. Open Sunday — closed Monday. 276-2851. —F23 BACHELOR APARTMENT — convenient, downtown, furnished or unfurnished, utilities paid, maid •ervice. Warren Hotel. 276-3221. —G3tf 33—Want To Buy 25X80" OFFICE O!R storeroom on Fulton Tean-aoe. Completely air oroiitioned. Will finish to suit ten- nt. Cash & Carry lAtmiber. —E19 WANT TO buy dog house for large dog. 276-9427. —F9 ROOMS WITH or without board for self-care people. $2.00 per day and up. 276-3138. —F10 HIGH SCHOOL. Student desires summer employment. Farm experience and has dealt with piibiic. Rodney Oott, 2513 N. Tth. 276-8450. —F12 TWO AMBITIOUS college girls are willing to do any kind of •work. Housecleaning, babysitting, grocery shopping, ate. Have own car. Give us a try. 276-9771.—F10 28—Specialized Services SUNFLOWER MACHINE Shop, 2767858. Duplication or repair of worn metal parts, cold roll shaft, special TJ Bolts, maintenance weld- iug. —F15 34—Household Needs ELECTROLUX SWEEPERS Polisher cleaners. service. Scrubbers, commercial Authorized sales and W. L. Maddox 908 Hardline FOR SALE: Divan-good 808 N. 2nd. 276-2092. condition. —F10 BUSINESS! DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NECDS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUARANTEED for life at no extra cost Quint Automotive. 276-5332. * CARPETS KITCHEN - COMMERCIAL - SHAG all styles of carpet. Villereal ervice. "Over 20 yeara ex" Call Izzy or Cesar, 276- HEARING AIDS HEARING AIDS and supplier Service for all brands. Beltone Rear- Ing Aid Service, 119 Weat Laurel * PAPER HANGING PAINTING AND pap A i. Painting Sorvi* are-, * SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS (SECURITX Police, Phone 276-3338. Vacation how watch; cuard eervice: business night patrol. * TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR Information and reservations, call Arnlta Sainmona. yow travel agent, at 276-373L * TRAVEL SERVICE GUIDED TOURS. Tour,_ August: Eastern Western States State Tour, September. Sunflower Excursions, 276-2816. * WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softener*, option to buy. Competitive pricee. Farm Nitrate teat 276.7346. * WELDING SERVICE ALL TYPES custom welding Bervice, day and night. Call collect, •8S81, WfaeraJ, • Kansas. SPECIAL Dressmaker sewing machine Straight Stitch, lig sag, monograms, darns, .etc. KIRBY VACUUM CO. I SEWING CENTER I Blk. N. 5 Points on 83 Tommy Graves 276-6476 37—loots, Sporting Equip. MINNOWS, WORMS, fishing tackle, ice chests, pop. cold beer to go and ice. Gerden City Ic« Co., 102 N. 9th.' Open 7 to 7 weekdays, 9-4 Sundays. —F9 FOR SALE: Good 20 gauge Ithica pump shotgun. One 22 cal bcl action Mossburg with scop-». 273 4446 after.6:00 p.m. —Fl( 31—Musical Instruments GIBSON COTTAR. $T5: amipMHer $10. fill N. 2nd. 2TT6-«976 after 3:00 or 2716-2669 evenings. —Flo Wonts 4V Serv. FREE ANIMAL, removal. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 276-6711. WANTED: GRAIN Hebrlea 37&-6830. WILL. DO custom hay baling. Wire tie baler. 276-8306. A. O. Fulton 408 S. 9th. , —E17t GOOD USED 2 horse tandem axl trailer. 1003 N. 5th. —F9 46—-Form Machinery NEW 1969 FORD 630 combine, 16 header, cab, forced air, straw spreader, list $12,573 — sale price $9700. No trade in. Soulliall Ford Tractor, Inc. Altus, Oklahoma 405-483-1123, 276-3630 Il8i Grant Evening! Jack 276-6723 Joe 276-8619 member of multi-list FOIR SAUB toy owner: 2 bedroom •brick, patio, carpeting, drapes. 2302 "A" Street. 276-8409. —F9 us, contains about six thous 1 sand people. It is a line agricultural county and there is 110 reason why it should not rank witlli the best counties of (he s.taite." On May l'9, 1871, the Manhattan Nationalist quoted the Abilene Chronicle with reference to the enterprises of the man for whom Cornell University was named: "We learn that Hon. Ezra Cornell, of Ithaca, N.Y., has perfected arrangements with a view of establishing a stock ranch upon Holland creek, in this (Dickinson) comity, about 15 miles south of Abilene. He proposes to introduce arad rear >looded stock of the most superior breeds and will spare no pains or expense to secure that object; already he has commenced operations under the supervision of Mr. Wate, who has control, arad will at once enclose about 2,000 acres, and proceed to add every feature essential to the prosecution of what will be eventually the most complete enterprise of the sort in the state. "We are especially gratified at the prospect "of securing to our counlty an enterprise of such incomparable importance and advantage. Those acquainted with the immediate locality and its advantages cannot wonder that Mr. Cornell's business sagacity has induced him to select that point. We leaim further that ,Mr. Cornell is negotiathij . . . for a large tract of laud about five miles from Abilene, south of the river, to be added to some he has already purchased, and which he will place under cultivation to be devoted exclusively to gi'aan raising and purely agricultural operations 1 ." Fishers Top Keg Team Fisher Transmissions has won the 1970-71 bowling championship of the Housewives League at Garden Bowl. The championship squad won 59 games and lost just 48. Only a couple of steps behind in second place was the Holcomb Beauty Nook squad with 95 wins aaid 47 losses. Other final standings in the 16-toam league: 3. Garden. Bowl 81 wins, _ 51 losses. 4. Deibert Construction 78-54. 5. Kay's Beantyrama 7557. 6. CuUigan Soft Water 69VS- 62V2. 7. Merrill Implement 6666. 8. Ankrom Motors MVa-fflVz. 9. Excel Seeds 64-68. 10. Min- tea- Insurance 63-69. 11. Minter- Wilson 60-72. 12. Park Inn 59-73. 13. Masher Marble 55-77. 14. Krebs Construction 52-80. 15. Grain Bin Saloon 4&Vi-SV/z. 16. Wheaifclaird Electric 46Vi-85'/fe. ' Barbara Walsh of the Wlieat- land Electric sqinad had both season-high individual game (274 pins, including handicap) and season-best individual series of 658. Best team game of the season was 814 (including handicap) by Park Inn. Top team series was 2,277 by Deibert Construction. • WICHITA CHAIRMAN SAYS No Major Shift In Senate Remap 70—For Rent SPLENDIFEROUS 2-bedroom brick home with many extras. Choice location. Attached garage with a large detached garage-workshop in back. 3-bedroom home, 2 bedrooms up and one down, plus recreation room fenced in yard, storage shed, central air, water softener. Priced in teens. CAMPBELL .Abstract & Insurance Co., Inc. Homer Campbell Gale Squier Phone 276-3352 or 276-8449 "Member Multi-List" OFFICE SPACE for rent, at Coast to Coast Store. Inquire —E7tf OFFICE SPACE for rent at Kansas & Fleming. 275-5730 or 276"975. —E7tf OFFICE OR shop, 108 W. Fulton, aircondlittoning. Finnup Office. 276-3032. —F10 88—Real Estate FOR SALE: House at 603 N. 8th, to be moved. 276-7223 or 276-3156. —F9 HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trade Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laurel 276-7741 Nite & Sunday 276-3675 o o o o WEIL TRADE Owner of suburban on 2 acres will rrade for good home in town. Have others too! For details, call TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) —; There will be no major shifting i of seats when the Kansas Senate reapportions itself at tin* next session. This was announced Monday by State Sen. Jack Robinson, R-Wichita, chairman of a special subcommittee on legislative, congressional and judicial apportionment which is studying the matter. "We're not going to abolish any senatorial districts," Robinson said when the group convened for Mis first interim meeting. The subcommittee really can't begin work until the State Board of Agriculture census figures are (available about July 15 and will meet again m late July when it has those figures, Robinson said. Two resolutions were passed by the subcommittee Monday, one puts .the group officially on record as favoring use of the 1971 agriculture census raither than tine federal census. Ttoe other puts the subcommittee on record as favoring 317 N.75 St. REAL BR 6-8442* Eve. BR 6-3117 continuaition of the multi-member districts in the state's four largest comities — Sedigwick, Johnson, Shawnee and Wyandotte. The big difference between the two sets of census figures is where to put the college students. The 'agricultural census counts students back home. The U.S. census counts them where they attend college, the subcommittee's vote was a mere formality since the 1971 legislature ordered the return to the agriculture figures. The state had a brief trial at using the federal figures,. In the state's four largest counties, senators run at-large instead of in separate districts within the counties. Robinson said "The only shifts we foresee are in some of the rural districts. Some of them are too small, population wise, and we'll 'have to do some juggling to take population away from the biggest districts and give it to the smaller ones. "That will be the only change." i • Couples Golf Event Planned A couples golf event is scheduled at Garden City Country Hub Sunday, with Liberal Country Club and Hugoton Country Club Hnksiters as special guests. Tee-off time is 4 p.m., and a shotgun >sitaat will be used. A buffet dinner is planned after Dhe round of golf is completed. A number of special events is on the schedule. Official hosts will be the Bill Bruners and Ray Mayos. They will be assisted by the Sunday Golf Committee, composed of Mrs 1 . Wally LigbMiart, the Fred Bachs, arad ihe Claude Robinsons. Members are asked to make reservations for the dinner no later than Thursday of 'tihis week. A couples golf event was also run Sunday, May 30. Winners on that occasion were John Nanninga, Julie Lemke, Mary Burde, Ed Cox, Claude Robinson, Dee Fankhauser, and Betty Benson. N.Y. Gridder Into Buster Camp A hai'd-nmntinig tailback from Syracuse, N.Y., ha« signed a letifcer of intent to play football for Gandera City Junior College itMs fall. •Latest Bmnicbuster si'gnee Is Ed Nolan, 6-1, 185-pound product of West Genessiee High Scteol an Syracuse. Coadh Geoirge Walstad announced Nolan's sigmiiog, saying the New Yorker is a highly- recommended prospect. He made ai.-upsitate New York and was aH-county two yearn He also led bis club in scoaiog for the past two seasons. Nolan Wil major in physical education (here. He is the son of *he E.W. Nolans of Syracuse. • l«*%»mH*nT •"•^1% A ••t i> B%l4* 1 A mVInf 1 HOMES FOR AMERICANS Stuart 5-5544 Nelson 6-7388 Meinert 6-7949 — Larson 6-268S MEMBER MULTI-LIST $7,50(hOO Is the total price of 4 bedroom house in good condition on corner lot, paved streets, large storage shed. A lot of living for a small price. TWO t*NB?T foeauty shop. 3 bedroom house for sale. Call 276-7725. —F12 EASY TO OWN 1 108 N. 5th, Two bedroom and attached garag«. Only $500.00 down and $104.00 per month. FKA 7% — 360 months with loan $11,400. 2304 N. 7th. Two bedroom and double garage, forced air heat. Monthly payment $80.00 with $500.00 down payment.. Loan 7% — for $8,000.00 and 300 months. SCOTT REALTORS 812 N. Main 276-8282 Charles Hager 276-7504 member multi-Mil 90—Mobile Homes 1971 12x50 INVADER mobile home; only 4 months old. Call 375-4502. —F10 276-9278 1507 E. Fulton After Hours Call Howard 276-8178 Tom 275-5298 Harry 276-2076 Clyde 276-3644 "MEMBER MULTI-LIST" ^ Iwll THRiEE BEDBOOM home out edge of city limits. Has rent property to make paamieuts. iPrloe lias re- ducea s/tafFeiA-a KITTERMAN, INC. Mobile Home Sales NEW HOMES BY DETROiTER, SCHULT, BUbDY! BANK FINANCING FRElE DELIVERY USED 10x55 3 BEDROOM New Shag Carpet New Custom Furniture $2995 10x50 2 BEDROOM $2650.00 OPEN Monday thru Saturday 8-6 Sunday 1-5 Scott City, Kansas 872-2903 USED 1970 18 x 50. 2 bedroom mobile home. Call 275-5486 alter 5:00. —Fll first floor plan second floor plan 18' x 65' TWO BEUOTIOOIM: mobile home. 27G-G249. —F03 MEDITERRANEAN STYLE: Although this home was designed for vacationing it tat a (ul! basement with central heating unit, is fully insulated with plenty of storage space and doseto. About the only thug it lacks h a garage. The home requires only 976 square feet, excluding porches ami atorage. Two bedrooms are attain where there's n bath and sundeclt. The conventional dining room w eliminated but there is much space for outdoor dining. Plan HA674M was designed by architect Rudolph A. Matem, Matter Plan Senke, 19 Eut Jericho T|k«* MtaoH, N.Y. 11501

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