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Says Innocent NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Frankie Crocker, program director of a top soul music station in New York City, has pleaded innocent in a payola- related case. Crocker, 32, was indicted last week on charges he committed perjury when he denied receiving $10,400 from record company representatives to promote their records. Crocker, program director of WBLS-FM in New York and a leading personality in the rhythm and blues music In Payola Case world, was released on $20,000 bail Friday after entering his plea before U.S. District Court Judge Frederick B. Lacey, who set a Nov. l trial date. The indictment alleged Crocker falsely denied receiving $10,000 in 1974 and 1975 from an agent for Capitol, Playboy, ;Curtom and Babylon record companies and $400 from a promoter for Philadelphia International Records. It is against the law for radio station personnel to take payments from record firms in return for onthe-air plugs and play. 11. Lost, Tound, Strayed ^20. Male or IVmalo iM^M'^l. Male or Female I (rip •?». .Specialized Services 3 days per word |Min. 10 words per day)-36c 6 days per word (Min. 10 words per day)-60c Min. Charge per day any ad $1.30 1 day per word jg c Business Directory $22 One Month-No Changes Want ads ordered for more than one day, but not running consecutively are charged at the one day rate. Cash in advance required if you are not listed in the phone book. Less 10 per cent for cash in advance. DIAL 275-7105 CLASSIFIED FOR WANT-ADS PLACE YOUR WANT AD- before 9 a.m. for same day publication. Classified display deadline 2 p.m. day previous to publication, except large ads require earlier deadline. THE TELEGRAM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ONLY ONE INCORRECT INSERTION 10 11 12 13 20 23 28, 29, 30, 31. 32, 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. Want Ad Classifications for Every Need NOTICES 40. Garage Sales Special Notices Lost, Found Strayed Instruction Card of Thanks EMPLOYMENT Male or Female Help Situations Wanted SERVICES Specialized Services AUCTIONS Public Auctions MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous Miscellaneous For Sale Good Things To Eat Want To Buy Household Needs Antiques Wearing Apparel Boats, Sport. Equip. Musical Instruments Tools and Equipment 10. Special Notices IF YOU are a friend or a relative of an alcoholic the Al-Anon family group may be able to help you solve your side of the problem. Sunshine Al-Anon group. Friday I0:00a.m. Presbyterian Church basement. Please contact: 2769403 or 275-6822 or Box 1365 Garden City. Ks. AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Wants & Services 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feeds INVESTMENTS ' '53. Business Oppor. AUTOMOTIVE 60. Auto 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 91. Modular Homes 10. Special Notices rtubA MINIMAL Health Center. 24 hour emergency answering service. Garden City. 276-7689. Dodge City. 227- Hf>«i. JjlygS£S. :jfi6-l266. —J281f JS ANONYMOUS meeting every Thursday B p.m. d'ardendalc Recreation Center. Also incelings Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday and Saturday at 912 13th. 8 p.m. Call 2711-7(111 or write P.O. Hox 1157 AI.NON family group every Monday 8 p.m. Cardendalc Recreation Center. MACHINIST AND TURETT LATHE OPERATOR We are now taking applications for full time machinist or turett leave operator. Position open immediately. Apply in Person MILLER GEARHEAD AND PUMP REPAIR W. Hwy. 50 After hours phone 276-2624 or 276-2635 We are Custodial Help Wanted Apply in Person n Equal Opportunity Employer F« Ail ROUTE SALESMAN We are presently looking for a route salesman or woman in the Garden City area. The position will consist of sales and service to Western Kansas outlets. The successful applicant should be a high school graduate, have a good driving record, and a valid Kansas driver's license. We offer excellent company benefits and working conditions. Transportation is furnished. If you qualify please call Bob Roggasch at Continental Inn, 276-7691 Tuesday only, Aug. 3, between 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. [BUSINESS DIRECTORY (ONSU.T THKSK FRIENDLY MERCHANTS I hey are equipped H nd ready to take care ,if your needs. DRAPERIES "" "" WTEHIDTP £££ T de i" 5 ,' for you ' ma " bedspreads and drapes. Betty Rich Inter or Decorator, 275-5192, Collins Furniture. 276-8261. ROOFING MH«aMlP^««M«w>wa Hiernacki and Sons built up Roofing and Shingling. Call 276-6166. Residential, Commercial. 'Industrial, New Construction, Gravel build-up, tear-off and re-roof. Box 459, Ness City, Kansas (913) 798-3374. — WHEAT GROWERS Finney County Wheat Growers monthly meeting at the Elks Hall Tuesday, August 3 at 8 p.m. Crowning of Finney County Wheat Queen. Earl Hays is speaker. Reservations in advance please. Contact: Hubert D. Biehn 276-8163 Ralph Smith (913) 848-2342 Jerry Brown 276-6392 Junior Boyd 276-6202 CALL VO11U CARRIER I r you do not receive your Telegram by !>:()() p.m. If uiiiihlo to contact your currier, pleiiso cull the Telegram ;il 275-7105 by 5:30 p.m. AERIAL SPRAYING Check your corn for spider mites. Call Don Perkins 846-2394 Montezuma, Ks. LOST-BLACK briefcase belonging to Paul Reese-Vita-Craft. Reward offered for return of entire briefcase or contents, no questions asked. Mail COD to Box 158, Canyon, Texas, 79015. —G31 ' 20. Male or Female Help POSITIONS NOW open fo7 production welders and metal worker. Apply in person. Bocats, Inc. Hiway 50 East. -G31 WANTED: PARTSMAN with GM experience preferred. Good working conditions and fringe benefits, 5'z days a week. Contact Marion Hanson at "Stu" Emmert Chev-Buick Inc. Liberal. Kansas 316-624-2584. —G15tt "WANTED: BOOKKEEPER .'a days; morning or afternoons, to handle complele set of books including financial statements. Send resume to C-514 c-o Garden City Telegram.—H2 WANTED BOOKKEEPER knowledge of accounts payable, accounts receivable and general ledger required. Send resume to Box B-513 c-o Garden City Telegram, —H2 LADY WITH pleasing personality 8t desjre to work with people for assistant in professional office. Will Irain. Typing essential, some bookkeeping knowledge helpful. Apply 704 N. Main.-G271f. PART-TIME SEAMSTRESS. Call Streelers Cleaners. 276-3481. Would consider retired person.—G3I WANTED AT ONCE Maintenance' man, full time, good salary. Please call: Mrs. Squire at Continental Inn Motel (316) 276-7693 or come by 1408 Jones. EXPERIENCED CARPENTER or bricklayer. Call 276-8548 after 5. — G27tf OPENING FOR experienced part- sman. in our parts department. Excellent earnings for the right man. We are a John Deere dealer, located In Southwestern Kansas. For application, call or write. West Plains Co. Inc.. Plains, Kansas 67869. Phone 316-563-7212, night, 316-563-7761. —H5 II. Lost, F'ound. Stravfd LOST - LADIES small gold Caravelle Bulova watch with mesh band in area of Eastgate shopping. Howard offered. Call 375-2618. Leoti. Ks. -H3 '13. Card of Thanks WANTED: MATURE, responsible Ixjokkecpcr-receptionisl for medical establishment. Send resume to P.O. Box 1368.—G31 EXPERIENCED WATER well driller's helpers. H&H Drilling. 2762157 or 275-9500. —G31 "MATURE FEMALE or retired male to manage local bail office Nation Wide Surity Co. full or part time. 405233-3566. ask for Mr. Van. -H2 NEED TWO ambitious boys, 14 years or older to pull weeds. $2.00 an hour. Call 275-6072. —H2 EVEN ~IN" YOU HAVE NEVER SOLD BEFORE, You can earn up to $200 to $300 a week to start. We train you. Qualified leads furnished. Local area. Call 316 663-1132. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMPANY. —H2 CAB DRIVERS needed part-time or full-time. 276-3234. —H5 MANAGER TRAINEE A Career Opportunity leading to Excutive Management. We Are a fast growing company and are on the look out for sharp, aggressive people. We are an equal opportunity employer that has all fringe benefits Apply in person to Mike Kelley, 203 E. Laurel. ISC FINANCIAL HOUSE, INC. A SPECIAL Thank You — We want to give a special thanks to all our many friends for their cards, flowers, food, visits, and especially all their prayers during the time of our accident while we were in the hospital and afterwards at home. A special thanks to the Ambulance crews of Gray & Pinney counties, the EMS crew of St. Catherine's Hospital, doctors, hospital personnel, and our wonderful pastor. Rev. Bob Larson. Wayne & Melvena Rieth. -G30 NEED Two employees for Robinson Truck Stop. Must be 20 or over. For Application Contact: John Bauer, Robinson Conoco Truck Stop West Hwy 50 WANTED DRIVER-Salesman. Inquire at Smalls, Inc. 101 N. 12th. — G26tf TRUCK DRIVER needed. Pueblo' Chemical Company. 275-4271. —G291f WAITRESS NEEDED. Apply in person. Flight Deck Restaurant. —G31 ~ WANTED MAN for general feedyard maintenance. Good pay & fringe benefits. Call Bruce Richardson. Grant County Feed Yard. 316-3562456. —C3I "ROUTE SALESMAN have opening due lo promotion. Must be capable of calling on commercial and industrial accounts. Must be aggressive, dependable and willing to travel one night per week. In return, we offer good pay and excellent opportunity for growth. Apply in person. Western .Uniform & Towel Service. 2723 N ,7th.-G9tf _ , NEED BABYSITTER - ',, days -3 limes a week during the school year. Call 276-8581. -G28tf EXPERIENCED MORNING and evening waitress. Apply Horn & Hoof Cafe. —G28lf Q. "We'd appreciate some retail values on Golden Oak furniture as we're planning on disposing of some family pieces at a flea market." — Gail and Ed, Mobile, Ala. A. Thousands of antique prospectors scour the marketplace searching for durable Golden Oak furniture so fashionable with- middle- class families between the 1850s and 1920s. Locating a bargain-priced piece proves you still have the Midas touch! Golden Oak value guide: dresser, oval mirror, small size, $150; hat rack, four- metal hooks, $25; ice box, lift top, small size, $120; library table, lower shelf, medium size, $150; piano stool, adjustable seat, claw and ball feet, $45; washstand, towel bar back, two drawers, two doors, $150; washing machine, medium size, $145. Q. "Were witch balls ever produced in America?" — Mrs. M. L., Phoenix, Ariz. A. From the 18th century onward these glass spheres supposedly capable of warding off "evil spirits" could be found hanging in English windows. Apparently they accomplished their mission as the tradition quickly spread to America where glassmakers created them in various colors such as green, black, amethyst, amber, red, aqua and yellow. Some of the most bewitching looped glass specimens have been attributed to South Jersey glassmakers. Many early types had silvered interiors that according to back fence gossip really kept those witches flying in the opposite direction! Witch ball value guide: ruby red, 5-inches diameter, $90. Q. "I'm confused about the terms 'Old Kutani' and 'New Kutani.'" — Estelle, Long Beach, Calif. NOTICE SHOP HELP NEEDED 5 days pur week, general shop work, paid vacation after 1 yr, employe hosp. insurance paid, uniform furnished, retirement program. Good pay for good work. Simmons Machine and Pump, Inc. 275-4107 Travis Polk DRAFTING BACKGROUND? Individual to do design drafting, concrete details, and material purchasing for agri- contractor. Position requires self-starter with mature judgment. Salary open, liberal fringe benefits, no lay offs. Send Resume to Box 258, Garden City. All Replies Kept Confidential. Al Costume Jewelry •Necklaces ^Bracelets • Earrings OFF 50% Sales Starts August 2 to August 14 vjionai t ffjeauty ~->aton (J? Ijoutique 276-6626 * # * * 1517E.Fulton # JL STH-OUZS 1517E.Fulton # £*****************#*********# A. A group of Japanese potters trained at the kiln center of Arita began producing porcelain at Kutani in the 17th century. The earliest wares were a heavy coarse porcelain almost approaching stoneware decorated with a full palette of enameled colors in free-brush designs. Brownish red, yellow and green were favored by these brilliant potters. Ko- Kutani is a name given to "Old Kutani." Kutani, old or new, rates as a prized porcelain keepsake. Kutani value guide: plate, scenic motif, 10-inches diameter, circa 1850, $90. Q. "Character rings are on my 'wanted list.' I buy every one I can find." — Jack, Petersburg, Va. A. Character collectibles based on popular radio, television, comic strip, comic book or movie characters are flea market favorites. And to think many of them were distributed as premium items. Finding one of these rings that once caused tiny fingers to turn green is enough to make a fellow nostalgia antique buff turn even greener with envy. Character ring value guide: Captain Katzenjammer, $11; Captain Midnight, flight commander, $60; Hopalong Cassidy, $6; Roy Rogers, magnifier, $18; Sky King, $17; Tom Mix, $25. CURRENT PRICES Beer bottle, "Elgin National" $5.50 Haviland china cup & saucer, autumn leaf pattern $15.00 George V coronation mustache cup & saucer $26,00 Concertina, circa 1870 $80.00 Moser glass finger bowl, cranberry with enameled florals $120 Commode, Eastlake style, walnut with marble! top, circa 1875 $175.00 Store counter type scale, cast iron, copper,' brass, "Pat. 1886" $85.00 Gertie the Galloping Horse wind-up toy, 1930s $40.00 Quilt, tulip pattern, dated 1835, full size $185.00 Buddy Lee doll, hard rubber, dressed, 13" tall $53.00 Please note: Prices may vary depending on condition and geographic location, Dan D'Imperio welcomes your questions about antiques and collectibles, and will answer as many as possible in this column. However, volume of mail precludes personal reply. Write to him in care of The Telegram, Box 958, Garden City, Kan., 67846. RADIOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN: Fulltime, 3 persons lo share call. Modern facilities, good salary and excellent benefits. Contact Richard McGhee. Administrator. St. John District Hospital, St. John. Ks. 549- 325S.'—H5 HELP WANTED. Must have drivers license. Apply in person. Minter- Wilso'n Drilling. Highway 50 West. — G24tf JOB OPENINGS For 3 more HOME SUPERVISORS, male & female, ideal job for the single college student or single person needing additional income or on fixed income. One opening for speech pathologist, must be degreed. One opening for physical therapist, One opening for accountant. Apply at IVA WHITELY CENTER, INC. West Hwy. 50 276-2575 Garden City, Kansas WANTED DAY car hops & night car hops. $2.20 per hr. Apply in person, Sonic Drive In. —G22tf PLEASE NOTICE Wanted mature woman for permanent position as housekeeper at Continental Inn Motel. Please Apply in person. 1408 Jones Avenue WANTED: SALES REPRESENTATIVES AND FULLY EQUIPPED HOME IMPROVEMENT APPLICATORS INTERESTED IN BETTER WORKING CONDITIONS AND INCREASED INCOME. CALL BILL OR LAWRENCE. 316-6631589. The Nurse Clinician Department of the College of Health Related Professions, W.S.U., has openings for two Out- Reach positions for R.N's enrolled in continuing education, expanded role program delivering credit courses culminating in a certificate of satisfactory completion. Seeking Master's prepared faculty with at least one degree in Nursing, and with pracittioner preparation and primary care experience. Salary negotiable, W. S. U. is an affirmative action employer, Contact Carla Lee, Box 43, W.S.U., Wichita, Ks. 67208 (316) 689-3605. 2,'t. Situations YYunled EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER — love kids. 75 cents per hr. Own (ran- sportatlon. 275-4B15. —H2 WANTED BABYSITTING 75 cents an hour, experienced. No really late hours. 275-6339. —H3 I WILL paint or draw you-also singing lessons. 275-4473. —G31 ~2x. Specialized Services FRKEMAN ENTERPRISES General Contractors Licensed & Hnmled New const r u c I i o n, Remodeling. Cabinets .and Repairs , FREE ESTIMATES Phone 275-4»ril. DITCHING & BACKHOEING service. Bob Ellis, call 276-7751. —G31 THE UPHOLSTERY CENTER "For all your upholstery Needs." Call 275-1657 JET AIR Carpet & Upholstery cleaning and care. Free Estimates Call 276-3056 As Low As $14.90-Per Thousand ETERSEN PRINTING r 07 Ks. Plaza 276-733'i MOBILE HOME OWNERS is your home anchored to meet state codes passed Jan. 1, 1976? Mid-Kansas Anchor Service can take care of that. $14.00 an Anchor installed with financing from 12 to 24 months. „ MID-KANSAS ANCHOR SERVICE P.O. Box 202 GREAT BEND, KANSAS 67530 Call Collect for free estimate or more information 316-792 : 3888 OUTSIDE HOUSE painting, estimates lo high-try us. Free estimates. 10 years experience. 2762541.—H 25 Page 12 Garden City Telegram Saturday, July 31,1976 DO YOU NEED • Lettering • Sign Painted •"Cartooning • Ad Illustration • Pen, Ink and Charcoal drawing If so call: AlvinSchultz 276-7894 ,'tl. Miscellaneous For Sale FOR SALE — Good steel office desk with typewriter compartment. Call 276-2250 or see at 507 Conkling. Price is $95.00. -G31 =====1 WANT TO buy small window air conditioner and small or apartment size stove. 275-4078. —H2 32. (iood Things To F.at HOME GROWN tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes. & squash. 601 N. 1st. 276-8459. -O29tf Earl Barton Auctioneer 276-3814 Public Auctions Red Beets, dill, summer squash, potatoes & cabbage. Can be picked up at anytime. All you need. Tomatoes, okra & peppers enough for table use. No commercial fertilizer used. Taking orders on beans, pickling cucumbers & okra. A. C. Kunze Lakin, Ks. 355-6654 CONSIGNMENT ANTIQUE AUCTION Sunday, Aug. 15, 1 P.M. 106 N. 8th Garden City We have a large selection of extra nice antiques already consigned. Contact Dale Powell: Auctioneer Ph. 275-6385 To list your items on sale bill. Powell Auction .'((). Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Telephone poles- various sizes. Bocats Inc.. East Highway 50. — (13[ ,t,'l. Want To Buy WANTED OLD straight edge razors. 276-6058. —G31 ,'tl. Household Needs FOR SALE: Dinette set with 4 chairs, carrier air conditioner, pair of ladies golf shocs-8i 2 , and large wooden desk. Call 275-6442. -112 CURTIS-MATHES stereo, black & white 22" TV. combination AM-FM radio. Early American, cxc. condition. , $100. 275-4073. -G31 .')?. Koats, Sport Kquip. WANTED: LATE model 33 lo 40 hp electric start boat motor. Must be In excellent condition. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., call 275-1791; after 6. 276-2471. -G31 .'iK. Musical Instrurru-nl* rome rails for 8 ft. pickup box. $50. Also thoroughbred llrillany female. $85. 276-6935 afler 6 p.m. — G31 ____ _ FRANKOMA POTTERY . NATURAL FOODS DELMAR PANTRY . Delia's Pottery House lQ01N.'Main 276-2428 '11. .Miscellaneous For Sale FOB SALE: 2'i month old Tram XL5 CB radio with trunk mount antenna. 8:00-6:00 275-4213. 6:00 on 2756277. —H2 CULLIGAN WATER softener complete with sail lank. 1 year old, perfect condition. $:IOO. Call 275-6072 -116 Keyboard City Courteous Information and Estimates Given Up to 5 years Financing Available KAWAI-KOHLER- CAMPBELL Piabos and Organs West Hwy 50 275-7176 Garden City, Ks. HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS Garden City's Exclusive Yamaha-Hammond-Kimball-Aeolian Dealer 276-2202 1113 Kansas Plaza Garden City, Ks. USED BRICK Clean and ready to use. Either white or red. Phone Cummings Earthmoving 276-7813 or 275-4779. FOR SALE: 2 bicycle in good con- riillion. lifll N. 1st. 276-8459. —G3I .'!!>. Tools & Kquipmenl FOR SALE — All hospital and laboratory equipment and supplies. For more information, call 316-2783271. -H3 jo. (;ARA<;I: SALES PATIO SALE: .108 E. ~Sprucc Monday 9 a.m. Refrigerator, maple, dining table. Polaroid camera, and misc. No Early Sales, please. —G31 DRIVEWAY SALET2303 N. Main" Saturday 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Girls' clothing, shoes, books, misc. —G31 FOR BACK-TO- SCHOOL 1971 Ford LTD Station Wagon 1971 Cadillac Coupe de Villa 1970 Chrysler 1968 Camaro Convertible 1971 Cougar Convertible. Car/and fast 1614 £ Fulton Logan 275-403Z

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