Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 30, 1971 · Page 9
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Garden City, Kansas
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3 days, p*f 6 days per word .:.t.i.i.Mi«M»«<»i««i«i«i«> Min. charge any ad 1 day, per word .. . : .t«.f!«:«i«j»i«*'i'!« Skip day ads 'take one day rate. Effective November 1, 1970. Phone orders accepted if you are listed in the phone book. Less 10 per cent for cask 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 wily Incorrect insertion. Want Ad Classification For Evwy Net* 23—Situations Wanted DELMER To-wna, 275-5306 for all fence, carpentry and concrete needs. —F30 28—Specialized Services 32—Good Things To Eat NOTICES 10. Special Notices 11. Lost, Found, Strayed 12..Instruction 13,'Card of Thanks EMPLOYMENT 20. Male or FemaU Help 23. Situation! Wanted SERVICES 28. Specialized Servicei AUCTIONS 29. Public Auction* MERCHANDISE 30. Miscellaneous 3U Miscellaneous For Sale 32. Good Things To Eat 33. Want To Buy 34. Household Need* 35. 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 Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Autos and Trucks 61. Motorcycles, Bicycles 62. Campers, Trailers RENTALS 70. For Rerft 71. Room and Board 72. Want To Rent REAL ESTATE 88. Real Estate 89. Farms, Lands, Ranches 90., Mobil* Homes WHAT HAPPENS AT YOUR HOUSE WHEN IT RAINS? f Do you enfoy the rain or e;urse 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" REDGER'S AG Butchering & processing Butchering days Tuesday & Friday DONALD REDGER 335-2731 or 335-2636 Ingalls, Kansas 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 20—Mole or Feimrie Help FAMILY SIZE MENU Rodericks Drive In (Formerly the Cree-Mee) •0—Autos and Tncb 33—Want To Buy WANTED: USED stall. 276-S213. metal shower —GM. 34—Household Needs FOR SALE: One good used 4SOO CFM air conditioner. Used 3 months. 275-5323 or 271-9463.- F30 30—MiccelloneoM TWO TWIN size beds, rails and headboai'dis. One _ accordion, half size violin. 901 E. Johnson. -FSO BIGiHT PARTY garage sale. Lota of goodies. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9 to 6. Corner of Safford and Walker, 1811 Walker. —F30 Brehms Firecracker Stand So. river bridge on old hwy 83 candles ' Comets florals shells sparklers novelties repeating comets & florals cones & fountains flying items smoking items ELECTROLUX SWEEPERS BURTIS MOTOR USED CAR LOT Saturday BURTIS USED CAR 81—Real itrate Polisher cleaners. service. W. L. Maddox > Scrubbers, commercial Authorized sales and IN BY JULY 15th 1) Very slick 2 Bdm. plus 2 mor« in fin. bsmt. Office at home too! 2) 3 Bdm. full b<mt. Has 23S loan for right family. Low down. 3) 2100 tq. ft. of soundproof construction, 3 v. larg« Bdms. Own- •r says, MAKE OFFER!! 4) Cl«an bungalow, 2 blks, from downtown. I plus 2 Bdms. low .teens. Would trad* for newtr 2 •dm. hem*. II—Real Estatt LOW DOWN PAYMENT 1404 E. Laurel - only closing cosh to veteran buyer. 1608 Bancroft • 3 bedroom, attached garage, l{ bath, axcellent financing available. erii 317 ft.75 Si REAL »R 6-8442 *Ev«.BR 8-3117 PRESTIGE HOME At 2320 N. 3rd St. Over l,«00 tq. ft. of living area, plos full basement and double car garage. Under $35,000. Page 11 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, June 30, 1*71 Storms Hit Nebraska 61— Motorcycles, If cycle* Stuart 5-4322 Nelson 4-7381 MINI BIKE for sale. New abort block and new carburetor. Call 376-7752. —Oil HONDA 350 MOTOR Sport. Priced to sell. See at 1012 N. 2nd or call 276-2849. —G-l Melnert 6-7949 — Urson 6-2611 MEMBER MULTI-LIST 908 Hamline TWO AVOCADO twsed sofas. Excellent condition. $75. 27S-76&1. -JF30M FOR SALE: 15 cu. £t. Amana freezer, good condition. 27S-7612. —F30 45—Formers Wants & Serv. FREE ANIMAL removal. Call Jayhawk Rendering, Inc. 276-6711. —C26tf 10% OFF ON already discount prices — this week! Synthetic and human hair wigs and hair goods. Neva's Beauty Salon. 2TO- 6980. —F30 DISC ROLLING Call Powell Disc Rolling now! Avoid costly delays. 276-7814 925 N. 9th NEED AFTERNOON fry dishwasher. Apply in person. Severs Oafe. . —F28tt LARGE EVAPORATIVE dltioneir. Call 426-6461 after 4:00. DISTRICT SALES MANAGER It would pay you to investigate this top-income-potential position. We are e TWO BILLION DOLLAR Mutual Fund and -Life Insurance complex with over 300 offices coast-to-coast, now expanding. For complete information write in strict confidence to BOX NO. F962 % Garden City Telegram "HELP" FOR Drug Users. 275-4222. 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meeting every Thursday g p.m. Gai> dendale Recreation Center. Call 3767011 or write P.O. Box 713. AL- NOK family group, every Monday S p.m. Gardendale Recreation Center. BUY FIREWORKS from Girl Scouts. Eagles Parking Lot. —G3 CLERK-TYPIST, Junior High School office. K Interested, inquire John W. Diokerson. Phone 276-7618. —Gi2 FULL TIME night shift. Apply in person at Big Dipper Dnve In, 1007 N. Main. — Gl 28—Specialized Services 11—Lost. Found. Strayed FOUND: DEPTH gauge on West Fulton. Call 275-5171. —FSO LOST IN Stevens Park: Me-a's dark framed glasses. Call 27fi- 8471. Reward. — Gl 20—Mde or Female Help NEED IMMKEttATELY: 3 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 ol work. Contact Don Cox, 376-4463, Tribune. —B26tl NEED R.N. for Briar Hill Manor. Call 276-7643 or 276-2720. —FSO WANTED: ALL t; help. Crystal'• :s of pafttime !e. 276-7313. —E15W KIRBY VACUUM CO. ft . SEWING CENTER KIRBY VACUUM SWEEPERS SINGER & NECCHI SEWING MACHINES Service-Repair on All Makes I Blk. N. 5 Points on 83 Tommy Gravel 276-6476 air con- Ueerfieid .. —FSO Visit Whatley's Fireworks and Ornamental Concrete Stand Open June 27—July 5th West of Kansas Avenue or South of Massey-Ferguson WANTED: GRAIN Hebrlee 276-6830. —B13U WTLiL DO custom hay baline. Wire tie baler. 276-8366. A. D. Fulton. 408 S. 9th. . —E17tf 46—form Machinery USED CYCLES 1970 Big Horn '350 Kawasaki, Sold new for $1000 $595 1969 Yamaha 350 $450 1971 Honda SW50 with 435 Kit, 450 carburetion, overstaed head and valves, high-lift cam, new tires $800 New SL 350's $800 CARDER SALES & SERVICE 276-8800 633 BRIAR HILL DRIVE Take e close look at this big house for only $27,500. It is big and well built. Ready to occupy. The'loca- tion is the best. ^SCOTT WALTORI ^ III N. Mali 174-Mlt Charles Hater 274-7104 JUST LISTED 3 bedroom up and rec room and bedroom Attached yard. $21,900. ... finished basemeit. garage, fenced back DON TALLEV Realtor 1021 Fleming 275-5730 274-7975 (Michel) 275-5351 (Hamann) 276-11715 (Vaughn) Member Multi-List 1954 JOHN BBBRE, 19S6 comlbine, 14" header, near • new front tires, engine just overhauled, $350. 1934 Miassey Harris 90 special, 16' header, $495. EL6-«363, Laikim, before 5:00 p.m. GARAGE 8AUE, now and Thursday. Baby Stems, 'bicycle, gun rack, toys, carpet, drapes. 702 Efl- warda. —F30 FOR SAILE: -Blue sparkl* trap set. $50. 275-9141. . —<3i 3PATIO SAILE, 811 N. 4th. Friday only. 10-5. Gamea, clothing, miscellaneous items.. -01 47—Livestock. Pets, Poultry DOGS GROOMZD croresadonafly — poodles. schnauzere, terriers, other*. By appointment. 376-9737. MOTORCYCLE for aale. 1950 ley Davidson 74, f^- Neyer, Leoti, Kansas. Call 375-4529 after 6 p.m. —(FjS) 42—Campers, Trailers A Summer Menu CANTALOUPE UNTIL YOU HAVE A HOME for your bride. She'll love this 2 bedroom brick home. Large roomy house with built in oven and fenced in yard. Priced in 90—Mobile Homes FOR SALE: 1968 Call 276-7728. 12X«4 Skyline —F30 range, teens. LETTUCE TO BE assured of a Kamiperaft camper, reserve it now. Phone 276-8130, 276-7641. —G38 OAMPEKS FOR rent. 276-79W. —Gl AKC iREKJOSTlEiRED iPomeramiian piUjKpy for sale. Call 2TO-8876 af- tef 6:00. —G3 HOUSE OF Lloyd Toy Company, hiring no-w. Demonstrators to work fall season. No collecting or delivering. We train you. Rose Wagner, 511 N. 8th. 276-7090. —FSO TAKING APPLICATIONS '.or experienced gas and diesel truck drivers with class "A" chauffeur license. Apply in person at Smith Sand Co. Inc. —F18tf Business Opportunity Derby Refining Company is offering for lease a nearly new two base service station. Excellent location on South Highway 83 in Scoty City, Kansas. Very unusual lease arrangements can be secured. Contact: Gary Phillips at station location, or call 872-5142, Scott City 872-2125, Scott City 665-7004, Hutchinson WHY NOT THE BEST in coot comfort, beauty, and •xpert hair styling? BIONDI'S Beauty Salon and Boutique Appointments Available 276-6626 FOR SALE: AIHC regfisftesreid Shell- tie pups (Stoetland Sae;ep Dags), 3 female, 1'male, all tri-color. 3556365, (Lakin. —G3 FREE KITTENS, Mary Dimltt, 2762982. 1016 N. 7th, City. —Gl FOR SALE: One black male Pekingese puppy, ed. 276-3681, AKC register—Gl FIVE PIAiRTY garage sale, 402 Davis. Wednesday 5-9, Thursday 9-9, Fridiay 9-12 a.m. Ealby furniture and clothes, Avons; curtains, coins, antique bottles, miscellaneous. 48—Seeds, Feeds CAMPER TRAILER, sleeps 4. Kitchen facilities. 275-5290. —FSO W-W STOCK t HORSE TRAILERS Also qoo»e neck traiUrs. All prim- ad and hava 2 coats «f bakad en anamal. Fina salaetion en hand. Scott City Trailer Salas H. J. Sehwanka, 872-3138 L. E. Tedford. 871-2232 SHOW YOU this 2-badreem brick horn* with full basamant, attached garage and detached garage and workshop. I A J baths, central air. .Kitchen hi* over 20' of cabinet's. Priced less than cost. CABBAGE YOU CAN MAKE WITH ihii 3- bedroom home with a beauty shop attached. Set up and ready t« go including 2 stalls and dryan. If you want a business in your Motor League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE BAfTTING 175 ait bats - Olive, Minn., .375; Murcer, N.Y., 341 'RUNS - Buford, Bait, 55; Oliva, Minn., 49. RUNS BAITED IN - 'Kffl- ebrew, Minn., 55; J.Powell, Bait., 50. HITS — Oliva, Minn., 101; Muroer, N.Y., 89. DOUBLES — B.Conigliaro, STARCRAFT TOLDDOWN camping trailers, also for pickups. Garden City Ic« Co. Wo wifl trade. WANT TO BUY WHEAT 276-9226 YIAEID SAILE: Big tape recorder, 1200 V, Swinger camera, swim- wear clothes, miscellaneous. 213 Wesley. Thursday only. 8:00 to 6:00. •—IF30 BUSINESS| WHEAT TO CUT? We have the following Used Combines 1969 95D 19' $8400 1968 96 G 19' $7250 1959 95 G 18' $1700 yVe also have a good selection of new 6600, 7700 combines ready for harvest! AMERICAN IMPLEMENT 53—Business Opportunities —F3« home don't low teem. mist this. Priced in BEET YOU CAN'T this 4-bedrooi-n 70—For Rtnff SLEEPING ROOMS , for lent. Kitchen priveHeigels. Women or college girls. Call 276-3687 after 3:00. -Gl OFFICE SPACE for rent at Kansas & Fleming. 275-5730 or 276- T975. —E7U ONE BEDKIOOM: Available July ex. 905 Jenny. 11 276-8978. —F26U FOR LEASE: Shamrock service station on West Kansas Avenue, Garden City. Excellent opportunity for aggressive person wanting to get into an independent service station. Call 913-628-1091. —Gl FOR KENT: Mr conditioned aipart- mient. One adult, nicely furnished, no pets. Bills paid. Call 276- TEXACO SERVICE station and distributorship for sale in Scott City. Requires $10,000 to $15,030 investment. Write Box G-963, Garden City Telegram. —G6 3583. —F30 ONE SLEEPING room, irartting man only. 276-3TK7. —IFSOtI TWO STORY horn* new business diistriiot. No gaitiage, 276-7396 or 27I6-27M. M—Autos and 1 rucks MUST SELL 1970 Torino 351 cu. in., power steering and brakes, air, low miles. 275-4483. —Gl FOR SAIUE: 1970 Volkswagen sedan, excellent condition. Red, black interior. 276-8910. FOR SAUB: 1984 Che veil e Mattbu, 4 door, 6 oyl., power glBdle, clean, good tires, $375. 846-302L. Montezuma. —G7 BACHELOR APARTMENT --.oa» renient. downtown, furnished or unfurnished. ntultl«i p*id,in«M •ervice, Waxrea HouL 376-3821.; 72—Want To Rent HIGH SCHOOL teacher would like to remit 2 bedroom home. Write E. 27th and Oathryn Road, Hays. •• — (F30 NEEDED: THREE bedroom rental. Call 276-8968. brick home. 2 i|p and 2 down, central air, family room on ground floor. 3 baths, fenced in yard. A fine home and priced at less thin you would believe. CUCUMBER YOU'LL BE COOL AS A CUCUMBER in this 3-badroom home with central air. Located outside the eity limits, fenced in yard, attached garage, ewn water system. Lower taxes. Cheek this one. PEACH OF A BUY on these older homas. We have both 2*3 bedroom homes that give you lots of room for a low downpayment and modest monthly installments. Excellent homes to build some equity. CAMPBELL Abstract Gr Insurance Co., Inc. Homer Campbell Gala Squiar Phone 276-3352 276-8449 Member of -Multi List WU/L JWANOE 1968 Btoick Rl- vi«ra Girand Sport. Full power equipped. OT5-S940. —G3 1961 IMPAILA CHEVY for Sale. 2766943. -43-2 V/. Highway 50 275-4114 JOHN DEERE Model 110 garden tractor with mower. Merrill Im- jrtement, West Highway 50. —Gl DIRECTORY FOR SALE: Redworms and African crawlers. 375-5314. 634 W. Emerson. —DBti HOJR SAILB 1957 Vz ton Wteiniation- al pickup. New paint joto. Call 2766374. 88—-Red bMM FOR SALE by owner: 3 bedroom bride, fully carpeted, all electric kitchen, full basement, Va finished, iy 2 bath, fenced .back yard, near' grade school. Buy home, or buy equity and-assume loan of 6%% interest. Shown by appointment only. Possession August 1. Call 276-3268. or 276-7968 after 6:00. —F28tf 21; R.Jackson, Oak., 19. TRIPLES — Murcer, N.Y., 5; Carew, Minn., 5; F.Alou, N.Y., 4; Unser, Wash, 4; Schaial, K.C., 4; Otis, K.C., 4; Clarke, N.Y., 4. HOME RUNS - Oliva, Miim., 18; Cash, Dct.. 17. STOLEN BASES — Patek, K.C., 26; Otis, K.C., 23. PITCHING 8 Decisions — CueUar, Bait., 11-1, .917, 2.87; Blue, Oak., 16-3, .842, 1.53. STRIKEOUTS — Blue, Oak. 164; Lolich, DM., 146. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING 175 at bate — Torre, St.L., .373; W.Davis L.A., .360. RUNS — Bonds. S.F., 59; Gairr, Affl, 56; .Brock, StL., 56. RUNS BATTED IN - Stargell, Pitt., 79; H.Aaron, All., 60. HITS — Torre, St.L., 113; W.Davis, L.A., 109 DOUBLES — Brock, St.L., 20; W.Davis, L.A., 20; Sfcaub, ML, 17; M.Alou, St.L., IV; Grote, N.Y., 17. TRIPLES — W.Davis, L.A., 7; Otomente, Pitt., 6; Speier, S.P., 6. HOME RUNS — StargelJ, Pitt., 28; H.A.aron, Ati., 22. STOLEN BASES — Brock, St.L., 21; Morgan, Houst., 18. PITCHING 8 Decisions — Gullett, Cin., 9-2, .818, 2.81; EHis, Pitt., 12-3, .800, 2.24. STRIKEOUTS — Seaver, N.Y., 138; Stonsman, Mtl., 135. By THE ASSOCIATED Thunderstorms accompanied by strong, gusty winds rolled over Nebraska Tuesday evening. ; The winds, at one time clocked at 80 miles per hour, blew off the top 20 sections of a micro wave relay tower at Osh- cosh, destroyed two trailers at the Riverside Mobile Home Park south of Kearney, and iaved in a roof at an auction rouse near the trailer pairk, Phil Burney, whose family occupied one of the trailer homes, said his place rolled over four times. He, his wife and four children, were treated tar minor injuries at a Kearney iioispiital and! released. An estimated 200 persons were attending an auction at the Paid Londeir Auction Service Co. building when the roof caved in. No one was injured. At the , traitor park several other trailers were damaged by high winds and flying debris. United Telephone Service, owner of the relay tower, said telephone service wais to be restored today for Oshkosh and Lewellyn. Some sections of the ower fell off and part of the ower was bent. Streefts were flooded in Kearney where two inches of rain ell in a 30-minute period. Four inches was reported at "the idem Interchange of Interstate 80. Andy's Air Service at the Kearney Airport registered the wind velocity at 80 miles per lour. At Burwell, close to Vh inches of rain was reported and Grand Island unofficially reported 4>/4 to 5 inches of rain- FOR 3A1«E by owner. 4 bedroom home, full basement. Fully carpeted, fenced yard. 608 W. Olive. 276-7147. • —F29tf 31_Mise«naneeus For Sate ONE SEARS band saw. 2840. $40. 276—Gl ALLSTATB INSURANCE, see agent, Sears Store. Garden Oity, Thursday, Judy 1st. —FSO % TON AIR CONDITIONER; 220 volt, aJso has natural gaa heater built in it. Contact Wheat Land Motel. —F25tf 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. 303 N. 12th, Garden City. 275-5279. * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MUFFLERS GUARANTEED tor life at no extra coat Quint Automotive. 276-5332. . CARPETS KITCHEN - COMMERCIAL - fcHAG all styles of carpet. Villereal Carpet Service. "Over 20 years experience," Call Izzy or Ceear, 2763929. * HEARING AIDS HEARING AIDS and flUppllM. Service for all brands. BeTtoOQ. Hear- Ine Aid Service, 376-SM8. 109 W«* Laurel. * PAPER HANGING PAINTING ANI ft J Painting ' * SECURITY PATROL MERCHANTS SECURITY Police, Phone 276-3338. Vacation houw watch; guard service: biuineM nitht patrol. FISH BAIT: worm*, chicken llvera and other baits: also have fishing supplies. Schultz 66. Lakin, Kansas. . —E7tf The new stronger, safer, face-saver windshield will protect the whole family on your summer vacation. BAIER AUTO GLASS ' 8th aod Fulton 276-9342 '70 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER, 4 speed, tape, console. Call 2766690. —FSO VW BUS, late model engine. Ideal for camping. Very clean. 275-5290. —-F30 UAR'GiE EVIAiPORATIVE cooler, $40. Early American divan, $23. Two platform rockers, $15 each. All in excellent condition, 276-6517. •— Gr2 * TRAVEL CENTER FOR AIR information and reservations, call Arnlta Sammoni, row travel agent, at 276-3731. * TRAVEL SERVICE 32—Good Things To Eat NEED A Fancy Birthldlay or Party Cake? CaM Mrs. Tom Smith. 2768887. FOR SALE: 1966 El Camino 283, standard transmission, custom cab, new tires. Quick sale — reason for selling — I want a car. Call after 6 p.m. 649-2407, Satanta. —<rl 1966 TORONADO. SHARP, loaded. Call 276-8698 before 6 p.m.—Gl FOR SALE: 1964 Ford Galaxie. Interior and body good shape. New engine and tires. Transmission needs overhaul. $000. 276-2S6 after 6:00. 1962 FALCON PICKUP with 1964 V-8 engine, 3 on the floor. 2767512. -'ISO GUIDED TOURS. Eastern States Tour, August; Western State Tour, September. Sunflower Excursions, 276-2916. if WATER SOFTENERS RENT MIRACLE Water Softener!, option to buy. Competitive prices. Farm Nitrate teat 276.7346. WELDING SERVICE ALL TYPES custom welding eerv-i ice. day and night. Call collect) 816-6il-8881, Uberai, Kanaa*. " Now Open The Panel Shop Building or remodeling? Com* see our wide selection of Georgia Pacific Paneling. As low as $3.49 pe sheet. Also beautiful handmade pottery and light fixtures Se« us before you build or remodel. WEST HIGHWAY 50 Only At Keller-Leopold BR, central air, new paint, att. garage, 6% loan. 1211 Riclgswood. ee this lovely 3. BR, central air, 2 car garage, storm shelter, sprinkler system. 601 Edwards. Vact 75x400, north of bowling alley. 40x80 quonset, 102 I Oth. Keller - Leopold Agency 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 275-5384 and 276-2544 RURAL RARITY One acre east of Garden City with water - natural gas -electricity. Small down payment''with balance at 7% interest., CALLUS about this brand new three bedroom - paneling - shag carpet full basement - shade trees. Excellent all school ocation. HOUSES Buy-—Sell—Trad* Howard B. Smith Agency 123 West Laurel 276-7741 Evenings 276-3675 Funeral for Ex-Rep To be Held Thursday WAVERLY, Kan. (AP) Funeral services will be held Thursday for Elmer McNabb, 75, former state representative from Linn County, who died Monday. McNabb Was a rancher am had lived most of his life in Pleasanton, Kan. He was a past president of both the Kansas State Fair and the Kansas State Board of Agriculture. Survivors include his wife, Mrs, Edith Herman McNabb of Waverly, and a son, Kenneth McNabb of Pleasanton. Car Care Helps Air KANSAS CITY (AP) - Poliu- 'tion control device* can be negated by carelessness and negligence, an Ethyl Corporation executive said Tuesday. "One misfiring spark plug can caned out at ifihe benefits of pollution control devices on Hhe oar," said Arthur H. Zeiltz of Houston, Tex. Zeiitz said pre-1968 oars with nmreguiaited ejdhaiuist 'and the oatlekss motorist who doesn't ceep Ibis car tuned laire the two main problems in automotive exhaust pollution. He said *be average motorist's refusal to replace tires unfair past the danger point Shows 'blow miotorisits will react to this need lor poUion control device maintainence or replacement. Zeiitz 'also challenged th« damage which is sometimes attributed to lead. He said government studfes stow exhausted lead is not a heaOltih problem and 'is not expected to be. • i,. About 95 per cenit of today's gasofoime® contain lead, he said, but tie claimed (removal of lead would reduce the particles of air pollution only by laboult one talf of one per cent. .- Zeiitz, the nuamager of product aipploaltiiion for Ethyl, made bis c&mmemltis at the convention of the National Association 1 of Truck Stop Operators' con- yemttai. ; Former PGA president Leo Fnaser of Atlantic City is chairman of the 1971 Ryder Cub Golf match. Ftnazer is mow honorary president of the PGA. : Court Upholds Medicaid Claim FOR SAILE toy owner: 2 bedroom brick, patio, carpeting, dirapes. 2302 "A" Street. 276-8409. —-F30 LOTS OF ROOM At • price you can afford to pay 3 BR, att. garage, birch cabinets, on a nice corner lot. |JACK"NEAR 1 —Oywy— 276-3630 I Hi Grant t Evenings Jack 276-6723 Jot 276-1619. member «f multi-list ^ EAST SIDE ^^ Three bedroom, detached garage with fenced shady rear yard. Central air, good carpet and storm windows. Good First street location. WICHITA (AlP) - A claim theft proration of Medicaid fees by the Kansas State Board of Social Welfare exceeds its statutory authority and is invalid was upheld Tuesday by Sedg- 1507 E. Fulton 2769271 After Hour. Call Howard 276.1171 Tom 275-1291 Harry 276-2076 Clyde 276.3644 •MEMBER MUL1UIST" wkk County District Court Judge Tom Raum. The test of tiie board's power to set fee payments to medical vendors supplying goods and services to Medicaid recipients followed a directive issued Dec. 31,1969, by Dr. RribertC. Haider, state welfare'director. The directive reduced fees to vendors by 25 per cent. Affected were doctors, dentists, osteo pattiic physicians, podiatrists, Ohiropractora, optometrists and nursing hom<e9. ^Allowances for drugs and outpatient' hospital services for such patients were reduced a lesser amount. Inpatient hospital chargeis were not affected. The suit, filed Jan. 30, 1970, by the Sedgwick County Medical Society a* a class action on behalf of all such medical yen- don in Kansas, maintained hat some other course of ac- ion should be adopted by *he board to aikl the ailing Medi- oaid progr>aim. Harder said the proration was necessary 'because of an anticipated deficit of $2.5i million in the program that was funded in that fiscal year (1970) for $35.1 million. He stated the proration would be lifted by July 1, 1970, and it was removed May 22, 1970. • The suit, did not ask for recovery of money lost through proration, only' that the ; court rule on validity of the directive. Judge Raum entered summary judgment in favor of *h« Dr. Harder dleclined to say whether an appeal was planned. Harder did siay $6 milton to $7 million worth of payments for Medicaid have been held in abeyance this year because of a shortage of funds. Payment for those services is expected after Thursday, the .start of the new fiscal year for the state.

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