Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 16, 1971 · Page 8
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 16, 1971
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V V 21c 34c 3 doySi s)or worn i«i.i«i«:«i«i«i»j«>i«i»i«i«i« • 6 days per word i.i«t.i.j«««««ti« •&a.»ian>i Mhi. ehorgs ony od i«:«ui»j»j«!«i«i»i«r«i«!« roe 1 day, per word ,...-..... .-.•..-.•.-. m ., te Skip day ads take one day rate. Effective November 1, 1970. Phone orders accepted if you ore listed in the phone book. Loss 10 per cent for cash in advance DIAL 276-3232 CLASSIFIED FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 1:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only one incorrect insertion. Want Ad Classification* For Every 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 27. Public Auctions MERCHANDISE )0. Miscellaneous H. Miscellaneous For Sale 11. Good Things To Eat J3. Want To Buy )4. Household Needs »5. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparel 37..Boats, Sporting Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Tools and Equipment AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Wants and Serv. 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feeds INVESTMENTS 53. Business Opportunitiet 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 89. Farms, Lands, Ranches • 90,, Mobile Homes 28-iSp«eIat?ied Service* Bring Us Your SICK 45 fumiirs Wants ft Stnr. WANTED: GRAIN Hebrlee 276-6820. hauling; Lee —B12tt WILL DO custom hay baling. Wire tie baler. 276-8366. A. D. Fulton, 408 S. 9th. —E17tf BACHELOR APARTMENT — renient. downtown, furnlahefi or unfurnished, utilities paid, m»ld •ervtce. Warren Hotel. 276-332L -OStt 46 Turin Machinery NEW 1&9 FORD 630 combine, 16' header, cab, forced air, straw spreader, Hat $12,573 — sale price $9700. No trade in. Southall Ford 'URNISHED APARTMENT, kitchen, dining, living-bedroom. )ne or 2 people, no pets. Three locks from down town. $125 months, all utilities paid. 276-9464. —F17 Tractor, Inc. Altus, Phone 405-482-1122. Oklahoma. —F16 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" Used Combines 1970 A-C 20 Ft. G Diesel $10,500.00 1969 A-C 20 Ft. G Diesel $10,000.00 1969 A-C 20 Ft. G Diesel $9,500.00 1969 A-C 20 Ft. G Gas or LP $8,750.00 1968 A-C 20 Ft. G Gas or LP $8,250,00 1967 A-C 18 Ft. CIJ Gas $5,000.00 1967 A-C 18 Ft. CM Gas $4,250.00 1958 A-C 14 Ft. A Gas $1,500.00 I Only New carryover 1970 AC 20 Ft. Diesel $12,250.00 Kalvestalmp.Co. Kalvesta, Kansas Phone 855-3567 10—Special Notices Garden City Residents If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive >y 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 'iease Call Your Carrier Or, Call 276-3232 between 5:30-6 p.m. weekdays For Your Paper Saturdays, call .your carrier "HELP" FOR Drug Users. 275-4222. 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. 20—Male or Female Help 3-POINT HITCH, Ensign butane setup, single wheel front end for IHC M Tractor. Rolland Mathais Deerfield. —F1J 1961 151 COMBINE FOR sale. Also 1958 141 Combine. Lawrence Graham, Deerfield. 426-6165.—F17 30—Miscellaneous SPECIAL: CENTRAL air conditioning. Can install immediately. For mod-e information — D & H Mobile homes, 375-4259. from the Crazy House. Across —F18 FOR Ion; 649-: sas. SAiLE: Hay Wagon: 35 ft ; «rith V8 Dodge engine. Cal Paul Tatro Satanta, Kan—FT~ 47—Livestock, Pets. Poultry 22 WElAiNTJlNCr PIGS for sale. 276 7588. —Fl« FOR SALE: Horses and used sad NEED R.N. for Briar Hill Manor. Call 276-7643 or 276-2730. —F30 FOR SA1LE: Remington quiet- writer-portable typewriter in case. !$20. 276-9427 after 6 p.m. —F16 WANTED: FULLTIME service station employe. Experience preferred, but not necessary. Would prefer some meohanica,! ability. Write Box C-959 % Telegram. —F22 ANTIQUE WALNUT corner cupboard. White fake fur hide-a-bed. ange trim. Maple bunk beds, oain rubber mattresses, Bargain Jam, Jones Ave, —F17 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meet- rtaf «v«ry Thursday 8 p.m. G«P- dendale Recreation Center. Call 2767011 or wriU P.O. Box T18. ALNON family group, every Monday 8, -Gardendale Recreation Gen- WOULD ENJOY contacting any- ,6ne interested in Unity •study or BJiy form of spiritual development. Writ* Box A-957 % Telegram. • ' ' —F19 BREAK INTO RADIO-TV KEEP YOUR JOB- TRAIN AT HOME We already have over 700 graduates 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 HOTTEST GARAGE Sale! Every kind of antique imaginable. 1705 'A" Street, Thursday, Friday, 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Jim Beams, Avons, jarnival glass, d!olls, many other dnds of ddshware, etc. —F17 COCKTAIL WAITRESSES wanted. Must be neat and attractive. Experience not necessary. Apply in person Club Paradox after 5:30. —Flltf 11—Lost, Found, Strayed LOST: BLACK framed boysKlass- !es; at reservoir. Call 276-8077, reward. —F18 13—Cord of Thanks \VE WISH to express our deepest 'appreciation to our many won- Benul' friends for all the kindness arid love' extended to us in our time of great sorrow over the loss of our Beloved husband and father. Mrs. Bob Otis and Family. —F16 20—Male or Female Help MANA&E3R FOR operation of new '.dry cleaning plant .in Doiige City. Must be experienced cleaner and presser.' Salary plus commission. Write Box B-938 %Telegraim., —F21 NEED IMMEDIATELY: 3 trucks, covered for hauling chopped al- falia. Have a new Field Queen Hay Chopper. Have work all slimmer, clear through ensilage cutting. Drinkers need not apply. Steady employment, plenty of •work. Contact Don Cox, 376-4463, Tribune. —E26tf WANTED: ALL types of help. Crystal's Cafe. 2 parttime !6-7H13. -E15K EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES wanted. Apply In- person. Bus Cafe. —E28U GARAGE SALE, 804 Bancroft, Wednesday. Thursday, 8 a.m. o ?. 1966 Chrysler N.Y.. excellent. Good 1963 94 ton Ford pickup. Like lew 18,000 BTU air conditioner, power post hole digger, aluminum extension ladder, wheel barrow, antiques, large dining table, chairs, clocks, * snes « tools, clothes, etc. ' —F16 FRY COOK, 10 *.m.-5 p.m. Six days a wee-k. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —F14tf MACHINIST: experienced Job shop machinist for permanent position. Cail 276-6401. —F18 23—Situations Wanted WANTED: SWATHING and or baling. Eimnit Moore, 276-2715, Hoi- comb or 376-4834, Tribune. —F19 ELDER1.Y LADY or e to stay with elderly lady to save rent. 275-5309. —F18 IRONINGS WANTED: Also sewing, mending and hems. 275-5644. —F16 NEED YOUNG non-drinking couple experienced with irrigation for farm work. House and utilities EXPERIENCED JUNIOR High girl will .babysit in vour home. Marilyn Maddux. 276-8395. —FI6 30—Miscellaneous FOR SAILE: Electric golf car. Turf Rider, 1864. Call 276-8489. —F18 iurnished. Kansas. Call 492-6421, Johnson, —F17 FIVE PARTY garafre sale, 1213 Gibson. All d'ay Thursday and Friday. —F17 Elk Members and Guests Dance Saturday, June 19 Continentals Spaghetti & Meatballs Served 7:30—8:30 Dance 9:00—1:00 $6.50 per couple ELKS LODGE dies. 276-7916. —Fl ONE MAiLE dachshund, 8 month old. Housetoroken. All shots Could be registered. Reasonable t :ood home. Call 276-3094 befor :00 p.m. —Fl DOGS GROOMED croreaslonauy — poodles. achnauzero. terrier* others. "By appointment 376-8737. CHILD'S WELCH horse, eaddl and all equipment: Chinese Pue 276-6579. —F 53—Business Opportunities FOR SALE: Furniture and appli ance business in local city. Foi more information, write P.O. Bo 415, Garden City, Kansas. —F23 60—Autos ond Tracks Rtfiff Poqt 14 Garden City Telegram Wednesday* June U, 1971 SJSMTO 5X80' OFFICE OR storeroom on Fulton Terrace. Completely air onditloned. Will finish to suit ten- nt. Cash & Carry Lumber. —E19 72—Want To Rent iVANT TO rent 2 or 3 bedroom house. Immediate possession. Contact Walter and Connie Hudlett. 276-6893. —F17 88—Real Estate JUST PERFECT For the x small family . . . New 2 BR., All elee. kitchen, wall to wall carpet, art. garage, full bimt. n good east side location. OACKNEAR I 276-3630. I Hi Grant Evenings Jack 276-6723 Joe 276-8619 member of multi-list FOR SALE by owner: 2 bedroom brick, patio, carpeting, drapes. 3302 "A" Street. 276-8409. —F16 NEW LISTING 2-bedroom Brick Home. Good sized rooms, Carpet in living room and kitchen. Built in oven & range. Has own water well, fenced in yard. Priced in low teens. CAMPBELL Abstract Gr Insurance Co., Inc. Homer Campbell Gal* Squier Phone 276-3352 or 276-844* Member of Multi List 100 Years Ago 235 i BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Are you ready this time? Opportunity is knocking! Eating place at busy location. A money maker! What is it? The best buy in housing today for moderate to low income families. Main Street camera and gift shop. Lots of potential. Mobil Oil Station- for tale—now leased to Mobil Oil Company. Fulton Street location. DON TALLEV Realtor 1021 Fleming 275-5730 276-7975 275-5351 (Michel) (Hamann) 276-81715 (Vaughn) Member Multi-List -200 Down- S'dld have two erit 317 N.75 St. REAL IR6-844Z*Ev«.BR 63117 Stuart 5-4322 Nelson 6-7388 Meinert 6-7949 — Larson 6-2688 MEMBER MULTI-LIST Major League Leaders By THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY On June 16, 1871, botii El Dorado and Elk City were hit by devastating storms. The Walnut Valley Times of El Dorado printed an extra on June 17, with this account of the tornado: "The «louds were of inky blackness; the vivid flashes of lighitiinig, accompanied by crashing thunxjer, caused our citizens to feel that the storm was of no ordinary magmliitude. Every moment the gale increased and as the rain came down in torrents the situation became more fearful. Every momentary lull in the storm only seemed to increase its fury and in 15 minutes from the com- men, women and children could be seten flying through the sibreats seeking protection from the falling houses. "By this time the air wteis filled with flying timibers. Large houses weme completely demolished, others were unroofed, while others were lifted from their foundations and carried by the wind from 40 to 200 feet. Ard yet thiere seemed to be no lull in the storm. As we stood by the window, gazing outward, we could plainly see houses toppling over. The roar of the sitorm was terrible amid the eaith seemed to tnsmbfe beneath our feet. It was indeed the most terrific spectacle we ewer witoessed and we hope we may never*be a witness to such a scene again. "We hiave been unable to get any particular news from the sunxHHidling country but for four or live miles around the same wholesale destruction seems to be visible. . . . Many of our people are left in destitute circumsitances. Our town this morning presents a most woe begone appearance. People who were in comfortable Gir- ths' cry of distress alike from man and beast, all rendered the perilous and hideous FOR SALE: 1955 Chevy, perfect body, 327, 4-speed, posi-trae. Call 276-3895 after 6:30. —F19 1965 GRAND PRIX: air, vinyl, tires, $800. 275-1322, 302 llth. new F18 1969 DODGE POLAIRA 4-door, air conditioned, full set of Miehlin raldM tires. . Excellent condition. Contact Phdl Thompson. Garden National Bank. 276-8211. '—F17 The new stronger, safer, face-saver windshield will protect the whole family on your summer vacation. BAIER AUTO GLASS 8th «ad Fulton 276-9342 Only At Keller-Leopold BR brick, full bimt. 2 car gar- ge, 1213 Gibson. BR, full bimt. $450. down. 1134.38 per mo. "lew 2 BR, full bsmt. att. garage, 'ats Drive. I BR central air, att. garage, as- ium« 6% loan, 20x20 shop. 1211 tidgewood. Keller - Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275-5384 end 276-2544 MAKE EXTRA MONEY! Sell Fireworks Need no money to start- Fireworks on consignment. WHOLESALE FIREWORKS 276-8033 FOR SlAiLJE: Rebuilt 1864 Volkswagen. Call 276-4504. —F17 FOR SALE: 1966 Dodge pickup. V-8, 4 speed. Can see 21301 Main after 7 p.m. —F19 1957 CHEVY TRUCK. 16' toed, new patat job. Bi good condition. $1,250 Call 275-5015. —<F18 FOR SALE: 1966 Ford Fairlane, 4 door, with radio, heater, air conditioning and stereo. Excellent condition. 276-8715. —F18 31— Miscellaneous For Sate EVERYTHING FOR the amateur winemaker and brewmaster. Ted's Market, 511 N. 4th Street. —F2g MECHANIC WANTED: Five and one-half day week, paid vacation, paid holidays, paid hospitalization, all mechanics paid weekly, excellent future for good mechanic willing -to: lelwn and work'. Good working . conditions with the best Parts Department in town. 'All inquiries are confidential. Call Doug or Charlie at Walters Motor, Garden City.. 2^6-3238. —F18 HOSPITAL "AmMTNISTRATOR for nearly.n,ew, well ' equipped hospital. Experienced RN preferred. Salary open. Send resume to Stanton Co. Hospital or call 492-6250 or 4926240, Johnson, Kansas. ,. —iF19 BUSINESS 1 FOR SALE: Red worms and African crawlers. 275-5314. 624 W. Emerson. —D9tf '4,000 CUBIC FOOT evaporative air conditioner. Excellent condition, $50. 30' Palmer TV tower, $30. 2755606. --F16 BIG YARD sale. Avon 'and Beam bottles, baby crib, like new drapes, nearly new mini-bike and misceHaneous. Thursday 9-6, 1111 N. 8th. ' —F18 BACK YARD Sale: 609 Pennsylvania. Thursday and Friday. Everything you need! —F17 FISH BAIT: worms, chicken livers' and other baits: also have fishing supplies. Schultz 66 Lakin, Kansas. —E7tl SIX TON Tulsa winch, double cat head, inside and outside control. Complete hook-up with PTO, $200. Dan's Trailer Court. West Highway 50, trailer No. 7. —F19 PhilSroufe on duty from 8:00 a.m. till 9:00 p.m. 32—Good Tilings To Eat FIVE POINTS Bakery, Cake Headquarters. Wedding, birthday, -all occasions — all sizes. Open Sunday — closed Monday. 276-2851. —F23 I DIRECTORY CONSULT THESE FRIENDLY MERCHANTS THEY ARE EQUIPPED AND READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEEDS * ACCOUNTING G" & M ACCOUNTING Service. Free pick up and delivery. 203 N, 12th. Garden City. 275-5279. it AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUARANTEED tor life at no extra coat Quint Automotive; 276-5332. * CARPETS KITCHEN i COMMERCIAL - SHAG .! all -ernes of carpet. Villereal Carpet Service. "Over 20 years experience.". Call Izzy or Cesar. 2763929. HEARING AIDS HEARING Ali>8 and supplle*. Ser• vice (or *U brands. Beltone Hear- 8*nrle«, 119 We*t Laurel. * FAFft HANGING if SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS SECURITY Police. Phone 276-3328. Vacation houM watch: guard •ervice: buaiaeM night oatrol. * TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR information and reservations, call Arnlta Sammons, vour travel agent, at 276-373L * TRAVEL SERVICE GUIDED TOURS, Eastern States Tour, August: Western State Tour, September. Sunflower Excursions, 276-2916. * WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softener*, option to buy. Competitive price*. Farm Nitrate teat 276.7346. * WELDING SERVICE ALL TYPES custom welding service, day and .night. Call collect, 316-624-0881, Liberal, Kansaj, Happiness is Rodericks Drive In (Formerly th« Cree-Mee) WEDNESDAY JUNE 16, 1971 BUY WITH CONFIDENCE BRIAR HILL Also Custom Built by excellent contractor. Large lot. Open bnam ceiling in kitchen and breakfast room. Has formal dining nom. Wood burning fireplace. Contra! Air. Now unoccupied. Priced right. SCOTT REALTOR* •12 N. Main 174-MI Charles Hager 176-7 mulH.IM BURTIS USED CAR LOT 12th & Kansas 276-2331 1968 FORD Call 276-7889 during day or 276-8552 after six. -D30tf O 00 O LOOKING for a location outside the city limits. We have 3-acres East of Garden City. HOUSES Buy—Sell—Trade Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laurel 276-7741 Evenings 276-3675 O O O O By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (115 at baits)-Oliva, Minn., .377; Murcer, N.Y., 360. RUNS — Buford, Bait., 46; R. Smith Host, 42. RUNS BATTED IN — Kffll- ebrew, Minn., 48; White, N.Y., 43; Petrocelli, Boat., 43. HITS — OMva, Minn., 80; Muroeor, N.Y., 77; Tovar, Minn,, 77. DOUBLES — B.Conigliaro, Bast, 17; Noaithruip, Det.; 15. TRIPLES — Clarke, N.Y., 4; Unser Wash., 4; Sctaal, K.C., 4. ''•-,' HOME RUNS — Oliva, Minn., 15; Cash, Det. 314. STOLEN BASES—Faitek, K.C., 18; Ofo, K.C. 16. PITCHING — (7 Decisions) — Cuelar, Bait., 10-1, .909, 2.67; Blue, Oak., 13-2, .867, 1.45. STRIKEOUTS — Blue, Oak., 125; Lolioh, Dat, 109. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (115 at baits)— W.Davis, L.A., .357; Torre, St. L., .350. RUNS — Bonds, S.F., 52; Brock, St.L., 51. RUNS BATTED IN — Stargell, Pitt., 57; H.Aanm, Atl., 50. HITS — Garr, Aifl., 91; Brock, St.L. 89; W.Davis, L.A., 89. DOUBLES — Brock, St. L., 18; M.Alou, St. L., 15. TRIPLES — Harrelson, N.Y., 5; dememte, Pitt., 5; Mjllan, Atl., 5; W.Davis, L.A., 5; Sparer, S.F., 5. HOME. RUNS — StargeU, Pill., 21; H. Aaron; Att., 19. STOLEN BASES — Brock, St. L., 20; Harrelson, N.Y., 13. PITCHING (7 Decisions) — Oarta, St. L., 10-3, .769, 3.00; Dieirfcar, Housl, 10-3 .769, 1.80. STRIKEOUTS — Carlton, St. L., 19; Jenkins, Chic., 114. cumsitanices yesterday are today kit without anyWiin-g. Nearly the whole town is in ruins and some persons were badly tot. One boy was killed." A report on the Elk 'City disaster, written the morning after, appeared in the South Kansas Tribune, Independence, June 28, 1871: "It was about eleven o'clock and all had retired, expecting a refresihinig rain and •« good nigiht's resit. The suddenness and fury of the blast lawcke a'U. The darkness of the night, the loud peals of thunder, {She rapid and gbasitly scintiUationB of the lightoimg, this beating of the nain, the satanic roaring of the blast, the crash of buildings, in the extreme. "With a philanthropic and magnanimous impulse, Mr. Shepherd and a score of other ventured into the vortex of the blast, wading kmaa deep through the streets, comforting amid ren- deiing all necessary assistance, exposed all the time to the danger of failing buildings, signs .and detached pieces of lumber. Mr. Bosse's large two story building' was blown down and is a total failure. So also is Mr. Geo. Kenyon's large store. Mr. CrandalTs new building shared the same fate. . . . Windows weire blown out in many parts of town. Montgomery Avenue this morniing presents a disconsolate appear-, amee. Crowds are out viewing itihe wreck, while many are busy asisiisitimig their neighbors to repair damages and to remove obstructions from the street. . . . "We hear of great damage done in the country to growing crops but up to present writing we hear of no fatal accidents." Man Waives Jury Trial LYONS, Kan. (AD — A Hutchinson, Kan., man, Dwight Kafka, 29, Tuesday waived a jury trial, pleaded no contest, and was sentenced to life imprisonment in the April 2 slaying of James L. Armer of Little River, Kan. Kaika was found guilty by Judge Frederick Woleslagel in Rice County District Court., Also charged and awaiting arraignment is Richard Liggett of Newton, Kan. Kafka and Liggett have also been charged in the shooting death last spring of a Louisiana man and •his wife. Those charges are pending. The prosecution asked the court to drop five counts against Kafka of kidnaping and holding as hostage members of the Wayne Lundstrom family near Little River. Liggett faces similar charges. Armer was killed on the th« ac- Lundstram farm and cused pair were arrested a few hours later following an intense manhunt. JC Thinclads Set 4 School Records 33—Wont To Buy WANT TO buy used set of ladies clubs. 276-3S72. —F17 FOR-SALE: NT 850 tandem Ford with bed and hoist. 276-3154. —F18 1960 OKEVY V8, air and power. Phone 276-8058 after 6 P.M.—F17 —Motorcycles, Bicycles 34—Household Needs SPECIAL—$88 Dressmaker sewing machine Straight Stitch, xig lag, monograms, darns, etc. KIRBY VACUUM CO. & SEWING CENTER ' I Bile. N. 5 Points on 83 Tommy Graves 276-6476 ELECTROLUX SWEEPERS Polishtr • Scrubbers, commercial cleaners. Authorized sales and service. W. L. Maddox 908 Hamline 37—Boots, Sporting Equip. 80 HP 15'6" MERCURY INBOARD out, complete with skis and accessories, 276-2798. —F19 FOR SALE: Harley Davidson 74 Chopper. Call 355-6309 after 4:30 i.m. MST. Joe Stebbihs, Lakin. 3. —F19 62—Campers, Trailtrs W-W STOCK * HORSE TRAILERS Al|o goose neck trailers. All primed and have 2 coats of baked on enamel. Fine selection on hand. Scott City Trailer. Sales H. J. Schwanko, 872-3138 L. E. Tedford. 872-2232 STARCRAFT FOLDDOWN camping trailers, also for pickups. Garden City Ice Co. We. will trade. ' EASY TO OWN 1 108 N. 5th, Two bedroom and attached garaq«. Only $500.00 down and $104.00 per month. PHA 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. 276-9278 Harry 276-2076 1507 E. Fulton Clyde 276-3644 KAMFKRAFT CAMPER for rent by week. 376-8120 or 276-7641. -F36 MAKE RESERVATIONS now for Winnebago Motor Home rental. What a way to go on your trip or vacation! Call Hawley Bros.. 2255452 or see at 205 E. Trail, Dodge City, Kansas. —F23 70—For Rtnt 45—Formers Wonts & Serv. FREE ANIMAL removal. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 376-6711. F-C26U EXTRA NK3E one bedroom apartment. Must see to appreciate; 2768786. —P16tf VERY NICE large home near business district. No pets. 276-7395 or 276-2744. —-F16 OFFICE SPACE for rent at Kansas & Fleming, 275-5730 or 27617975. —E7U "MEMBER MULTI-LIST" After Hours Call Howard 276-8178 Tom 275-5298 90—Mobil* Homos 1970 BELMONT trailer 12x55. Two bedroom, carpeted; furnished. Good condition, priced low. Call Gene Slate, 624-1490. —FIT FOR SALE: 1968 12 x 64 Skyline. Call 276-7728. —F24 FOR SALE: 12 x 52 two bedroom Van Dyke, good condition. $2,- 99S. Phone 275-5991 after 6 p.m. —F16 FOR SALE: 1969 8 x 35 Concord Trailer, carpeted living room, air conditioned. 402 N. Inmam, Sublette. I Phone 075-3312. sHPW. 'Disney World'Golf Meet Being Planned ORLANDO, Fla, (AP) Walt Disney World, scheduled to open in October, is in the final planning stages for a $150,000 golf tournament. Proposid tGates for the amusement center's tournament are Dec. 3-5 near the end of the 1971 tour. Charlie Ridgeway; spokesman for Walt Disney Woiid^ said, "We are considering the tournament, but nothing has been signed. There will be an announcement in a few days." Sky Marshals Helpful In Combating Crime KANSAS CITY (AP) — The head of the nation's sky marshals, James T. Murphy, said in Kansas City Tuesday the relatively new operation has netted bank robbers, embezzlers, fugitives and a couple of hundred narcotics violators. But Murphy said the most effective result of their screenings has been the capturing of fradulent credit card users and youth ticket violators. Murphy's official title is director of air transportation security for the Federal Aviation Administration. He said the advent of the special guard against aerial high j ackers has led to a large number of discoveries of guns, knives and blackjacks in terminal wastebaskets. He surmises they were owned by would-be highjackers who got cold Pour mew school track and field records were established by athletes of Garden City Junior Oo'lege this season. Dorm Saylors coached the Broniobusiters for the second season. Hie issued this revised list of all-time GCJC best marks: 100-Yard Daslh — 9.8 seconds by Arnold Morgan in 1967. 220- Yaird Dash — 21.5 by Joe Kirkland in 1961. 440-Yaird Dash — 48.1 by Joe Kirklamid in 1962 (was niaitkmal Champion in the event). 880-Yard Run — 1:58.2 by Louis Hoiribon in 1964. One- Mile Run — 4:30.0 by Robert Walker in 1959. Two-Mile Run —9:55.0 ,by Kent Earnest in 1966. 120-Yaird High Hurdles — 15.2 si&corods by Ron TaHey in 1971. 330-Yard Intermediate Hurdles — 39.9 by Ron Taffley in 1971. 440-Yard LutermedMe Hurdles — 56.4 by Ron Talley in 1971. 220-Yaird Low Hurdles —25.8 by Kent Hummer in 1957. 440-Yard Relay — 42.8 sec- ondis by Arlo Lindsey, Bill Taylor, BiM Leaphart, and Joe KirWiamd in 1962. 880»Yard Relay — 1:30.0 by Joe Kirkland, Bill Leaphart, Arlo Lindsey, and Ron Wasinger in 1962. Medley Relay — 3:32.7 by Doug Sohifferle, Leonard Bloyd, Pat Keller, and Louis Horton in 1964. Mile Relay — 3:22.1 by Bill .Leapbairt, Boll Taylor, Ron Waisiinger, and Joe Kirklamd in 1961, Pole Vault — 13-1 by D&e, Rupp in 1968. Broad Jump — 22-10 J A by Ron Wasinger in 1960 (second in nationals). High Jump — 6-4 by Mark Cunningham in 1971. Discus — 152-2'/s by John ; Powell in 1965. Triple Jump — No record available. Shot Put —51-9 by Bob Ford in 1966 (second in nationals). Javelin — 1994 by Bob Ford in 1966. HOMES FOR AMERICANS t-u' M wowi IMC the •eifhbon. The perch cotf.,* . barbecu. .*, . lffp«i 3 C « 0 ' -W *"• T* ta '• •"•" *+~ ffectric. Pin HA 52M llur R North, Het CM

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