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REAL ESTATE AGENCIES Campbell Abstrtct. Imtirtnce I Real Estate * * # * * * * * * # * # # # s * * * •* # # * * SERVING FINNEY COUNTY ' ' Phone 275-7151 SINCE 1911 419 N.8th' MEMRER MULTI-LIST SPACIOUS LIVING is yours in this large 4 bdrm., CA., woodburning fireplace, 2 baths, all brick, large family room., bar stays, screened in porch, double garage, N.E. location. LAUGHTER! For your children on rainy days while they play indoors in this spacious family rm. with woodburning fireplace; 3 bdrms, 1% baths, C.A. utility rm. on main floor, fenced yard, double garage, N. E. location. FOR YOUR QUEEN! Put her in this lovely stucco 3 bdrm home; C.A., formal dining room, finished bsmt, fenced yard, double garage and carport for camper. East location. ALSO. OTHER CHOICE HOMES Sandy Ron Gale Roger Homer 5-4326 6-8940 6-8449 5-4078 5-5569 # * # * * * •* BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS Decor galore in this just listed Eastside 3 bdrm with fireplace and lots of room. Priced to sell in the low thirties. Those 2 acres outside the city limits that you've always- wanted. Nice house with over 1300' and full finished basement. Even a barn 8r corral if you want to board horses. Well-shaded 2 bdrm with forced air & appliances, del. garage and lots of paneling. Need to see to appreciate. * * * * t * "Realty 273-9K27 LISTINGS WANTED We're sold out of listings! If you're thinking of selling-we'd appreciate your call. Assure yourself of the full time attention of our residential specialists. List with Pride today. evenings call Linda Spor 5.4720 Heth Clouse 5-9772 Member Multi List scon 812 N. MAIN REALTORS 276-8282 SOUTHWEST Real Estate & Land Co. Membet Multi-List 2751177 llth&Kans. A MAN'S CASTLE is his home. You can finish fixing up this 5 bdrm, 2 bath on N. Main and live like a king. Be A Business Man Deerfield cafe, building plus f'JOjpj^ Owner will sell i^i -contract, .lorry Garvert 27(i-27<J7 Suzy Uuell '275-5919 MEMBER MULTI-LIST We Are Proud to Announce that Ed Beahm is now associated with our office full time in the selling of real estate. Give Ed a call at 275-5730 office or 2766919 at home. Jjon Isauey, Keattor 1021 Fleming Member of Multi-List 276-8706 Itsalotta house for the money. 3 bdrm brick, l'/z baths, large LR, dining space off kitchen with built-in stove and oven, disposal, well and sprinkler system. Garage has automatic door opener, dbl carport can also serve as patio area. Priced at $37,500! HOLCOMB BI-LEVEL Owners leaving all the extras: Disposal, dishwasher, trash compactor, corning range, and pool table. Lots of potential. Price Reduced to $39,500. NEW 3 bdrms, 1 '/* baths, sgl alt. grg, CA, 1040 sq. ft., full bsmt for $33,000. Mary Ann Carl 5-9472 Guilford Smith 5-9158 tv Member Multi-List ALL NORTHEAST Four hdrm brick, dbl garage, rec room , fireplace, 3 baths and cudar fenced yard. Quality Home-Ideal school location. Call us about 1408 E. Johnson. PRICE REDUCED. Four bdrm brick, sgl Kurugle at 608 E. Thompson Wife pleaser kitchen. Super slick condition. PRICE 'REDUCED. Four bdrm brick on Old Manor. Roc room, fireplace, fenced yard-Ideal Location. It's empty-Call us. PRICE REDUCED. Four bdrm-2008 N. 6th. Roomy back yard, bsmt, rec room. Lot of house at a decent price. '/ U .1 fit, ton Only At JLc. 275-9278 1507 E. Fulton After Hours Call Clyde 276-3644 Steve 276-7494 "MEMBER 4£2 acre residential building site. Very choice, N. E. ' #3 bdrm, 1% baths, formal dining area, Anderson windows, finished basemtnt central air, attached garage. 4H800 sq. ft. 3 br. family room with wood burning fireplace •JfrCorner lot, 2 br. family room, 1 br. hobby room down, CA. ideal school location (shiny). #1292 sq. ft. brick, 3 br. finished bsmt,, wood burning fireplace priced right. •X-2 br. up 2 br. down, family room new paint mid twenty's. •JfrOld Manor 2 br. new paint, new carpet, att. garage. #2 br., family rm., gas log fireplace, antique woodwork, carport Keller-Leopold 120 Grant Avenue 276-7671 Evenings 276-8144 276-8856 275-5559 Realtor 1021 Fleming 275-5730 Darrel Michel 6-7975 Clark Edwards 5-6481 Bonnie.Talley 6-2675 Ed Beahm 6-6919 Member of Multi-List NEW LISTING 3 bdrm, new carpet and paint, central heat and air, 1280 sq. ft. and single garage, fenced yard on "B" Street near Jr. High. $34,500. Evenings call Charles I lager 276-7.WI 'DELL REAL ESTATE 405 W.Kansas Here's that edge 275-7201 of town home you'vtWic&i looking for. 2 hdrm, aarmly room, all newly redecorated. Call for more information. Virl Rundell 5-5365 Richard McNaught 6-8362 Member Multi-List "LOVE TO COOK?" Then here is the ideal kitchen for you. Very large beamed kitchen with custom cabinets, 3 hdrm, part basement, 2 baths, fenced back yard, central air, garage, in older, quiet area. Close to school. Call to see. REALTY CO. V J 210 E. Walnut Johnnie 5-4408 Bob 5-5783 •Marlene 5-4068 6-8218 Al 5-7322 Geicy 5-4408 MEMBER MULTI LIST 276-8706 INCOME OPPORTUNITY West Hwv 50 commercial block builSfot with nearly 2 acres. Bofflr'areas are leased. Price Reduced! Mary Ann • 5-9472 Guilford Smith 5-9158 Member Multi-List ARDEN CITY REAL ESTATE ' .'..I..AGENCY .... | NEW LISTING #2010 Old Manor-Clean harp 3 bdrm brick ranch. 1% baths, kitchen built- ns, cedar fencing, large patio, bsmt-rcc room and pool room are carpeted, paneled and mirror tiled. Walk to Jennie Wilson school. Owners moving. Priced in the mid 40's. Hurry, won't last! Mary Ann 5-9472 Guilford Smith 5-9158 Member Multi-List i It's A Race Against Time As Flu Season Approaches Legals WASHINGTON (AP) - The accurately called A-New government's campaign to Jersey influenza — and limits nearly every against the immunize American potentially deadly swine flu is in a race against time as the flu season approaches. After months of delay, the program has cleared its last major hurdle and President Ford plans to sign a bill today providing insurance for the drug companies manufacturing vaccine for the mass inoculation. The $135-million campaign to get flu shots into the arms of most Americans was delayed for months. The first vaccine won't be available until late September, an<J the flu season normally begins in November, peaks between January and mid-February and subsides in ' March. Four drug companies already have produced about 120 million doses of flu vaccine' in bulk form but refused to sell it to the U.S. Public Health Service until they received liability protection or insurance. The insurance industry would not cover the risk. Congress acted late Tuesday, in an unusual display of speed before adjourning for the Republican National Convention, to pass the legislation making the government liable for any alleged injuries or deaths associated with ,the immunization program. The Justice Department can, in turn, countersue vaccine manufacturers, doctors and nurses for negligence in public immunization clinics. The federal protection does not extend to doctors who give flu shots in their private practice. The legislation also prohibits profit for manufacturers of vaccine against swine flu — more Mobile Homes them to a "reasonable profit" for the combination vaccine against A-New Jersey and A- Victoria flu strains, to be given to the elderly and chronically ill. Dr. W. Delano Meriwether, director of the national immunization program, said the measure removed the last major obstacle to mass flu shots but noted there now was Page 13 Garden City Telegram Thursday, August 12,1976 a race against time. Meriwether said the first vaccine would not be available before late September. 14'xGO' Van Dyke also 14'x70' Falcon Iwlh like new. bolh priced below market. May be purchased furnished or unfurnished Conlacl manager- Mt-ad(iw_Lark Park.-G7tf I1I7I IIOMETTE H!" 15 - 2 bedroom. I'oiiiriTfuir (' all 27(i-2fiWI or 276-26B9. ~ .1251 f FORSALHh14x70 Adrian. 3 bedrooms. \>, baths 275-1534. -H19 REAL ESTATE AGENCIES CUTE home for couple-basement- Hiirage. Priced in teens. HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE •J/ti-7741 276-3675 CHEERFUL and neat as a pin. This small home has 2 Ige. bdrms, full basement, attached garage and priced in the low 30's. Would be great for newlyweds or small family. RESIDENTIAL LOT I New area: 50x140 Member Multi-list PERFECT CONDITION is what this 2 bdrm mobile home is. Like new and ready for you to move into. Priced at $7,000. COMPARE this new 2 bdrm home, garage, full bsmt with Central air and heat, to all of the others. You'll find for $28,900 it is a real bargain. HOLCOMB is where this terrific 3 bdrm home is located. Includes full bsmt, IVz baths and garage. Call and let us show you this one. 1009 N. Main 275-6135 Evenings Lillie Gipson-27 5-6482 Marion Chappel-276-6456 Dwight Smith-27 5-5422 Member of Multi List (Published in the Garden City Telegram Aug. 12. 1976) LEGAL NOTICE Residents of Garden City and other interested persons are hercbv notified that the Kansas Department of Transportation has received approval from the federal Highway Administration of the location and design features for improving Mary Street from Taylor Avenue to Campus Drive in Garden City. Location and design approval has been granted for widening to four lanes, resurfacing, curb and gutter, storm sewer necessary to handle drainage, sidewalks, traffic signals and seeding. Information pertaining to the project is available for public viewing at the office of the City Manager, City Hall, P.O. Box 499. Garden City. Kansas 67846. KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 0. D. TURNER Secretary of Transportation (2881 (Published in Ihe Garden City Telegram on Thursday, August 12. August 19 and August 26. 1976) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS ETHEL LOUISE ELDER PLAINTIFF —vs— JAMES RAY ELDER DEFENDANT NO. 15485 STATE OF KANSAS TO JAMES RAY ELDER, and all other persons who are or may be concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Courl of Pinney County, Kansas, by Ethel Louise Elder, praying judgment against you for a decree of absolute divorce, and for all other proper relief; you arc hereby required to plead to said petition on or before September 23. 1976. in said courl at Garden City. Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition ETHEL LOUISE ELDER. Plaintiff By: CORLEY & SMITH. CHARTERED 114 West Pine Strcel Garden City. Kansas 67B46 Attorney for Plaintiff 12771 (Published in the Garden City Telegram of Garden City. Kansas. Thursday. August 12 and Thursday. August 19. 19761 NOTICE OF SALE OK ABANDONED MOTOR VEHICLE The Kansas Department of Transportation has impounded the herein described Motor Vehicle, and the contents thereof, owned by Jose Luis Tafoya and the same will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder [or Cash if the Owner does not claim the same within ten UOi days o( the date ot the second publication of this Notice and pa^ the removal, storage, and publication^ costs incurred. .« The Motor Vehicle is described aC follows: J Make Buick. Model 2-dr.. Serial of Identification Number AK1220468. Colot Brown. Year 1964 and is in slorage at th| Kansas Department of Transportation Storage Yard. Garden City. Kansas. A KANSAS DEPARTMENT OB TRANSPORTATION \ O. D. TURNER ,- t SECRETARY (273| i Published in Ihe Garden CH» Telegram. Augusl II). August II. an* Augusl 12. 19761 * NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE "J The City of Garden Cily. Kansas will sell al public auction at the Police Shop 1 ' at 9lh and Isabel Strcels in Garden CityJ Kansas at 10:00 A.M. on Saturdays Augusl 14. 1976. Ihe following items: ' I red tricycle. B". AMK Junior 1 while boy's bicycle. Ill" wilh training wheels. Olasco I red and while hoy's 20" bicycle! unknown brand ( , * I yellow and gold 20" boy's bicycle.'. Matthews Molo Cross Everybody Off A highway bridge made for a good leaping spot for these youngsters near Lewiston, Idaho. Summer fun river. |AP Photo) includes a dip in the today.. In Garden Cit\ - Something different! Two story cape-cod. 4 bdrms plus full hsmt, and dbl garage in swell NE area. $40's. Spacious Ranch in Labrador Ridge. All brick, 1643 sq. ft. Quality plus. $60,000 and you choose colors. HERITAGE REALTY CO. Carole 6-2036 Lanelle 5-4874 Roy 5-9580 Jackie 6-6172 M . ji,i t p.m., Main and Chestnut, car nOSpliaiS driven by Ilene M. Hampton, ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine 12119th, (minor damage), and Claron E. Adams, Sublette pickup truck driven by Victor D.Breit, 215 Conkling Kenneth E. Weiss, 1203 Coy Davis, 510 W. Maple Ridgeway, (no damage). Cecil A. Day, 1610 N. 7th Tuesday, Aug. 10, 9:15 p.m., Martin M. Franco, 207 S. 5th Kansas and Taylor, motor- Becki M. Preedy, Satanta cycles ridden by Gerald F. Linda J. Raines, S. Star Rt. Huschka, Bader's Trailer Court, (extensive damage), and Kurtis A. George, 612 St. John, (no damage). Tuesday, Aug. 10, 8:08 p.m., 100 block S.'lSth, pickup truck driven by Frank R. Medina, 1302 W. Fulton, (major Matias Resales Jr., Rt. 1 Leon E. Scheuerman, Deerfield Karen L. Wagner, 2315 N. 3rd Nettie L. Walls, Wichita Myrtile L. Woodham, Dighton Claude W. Woodward, 1505 E. Spruce Edna Ricketts, Sublette DISMISSALS Kent R. Ashton, 606 E. Price Mrs. Jerry D. Bailey, Scott City Anthony N. Bayer, 326 N. 10th Mrs. Virgil Brown, Eminence Rt. Mrs. Ted Brown, 109 N. llth Mrs. Fred R. Deal and baby boy, 906 N. 1st Mrs. Charles L. Dunlap and 2 baby boys-twins, Gardendale Mrs. David Fowler, Holcomb Heather R. Hallmark, 606 N. 6th Mrs. Larry D. Harrison, 711 Inge Wayne A. Hazlett, Lenora Mrs. Elmer Hoyt, Syracuse Virgil Morris, Scott City Earl Pile, 1104 Bancroft Beth A. Potter, Dighton Mrs. Harry Roenfeldt, 2517 N. 7th Todd D. Roth, Holcomb Mrs. Tim Routon, 1105 Boots Rd. Clifton Sanchez, 211 S. 12th Mrs. Leroy Stockermer, 1604 Spruce Vereta E. Tuttle, 1206 Walker Mrs. Darrel A. Wolfe, Deerfield Accidents City — Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2 damage), and Southwestern Bell telephone pole, (extensive damage). Tuesday, Aug. 10, 3:14 p.m., St. John and Taylor, cars driven by Maria G. Torres, Dallas, Tex., (moderate damage), and Edna M. Layman, 812 Summit, (extensive damage). Tuesday, Aug. 10, 4 p.m., Lee's Texaco, 1103 E. Fulton, pickup driven by Stanley C. Butler, Walsh, Colo., (minor damage), and side of station building, (damage amount unlisted). Tuesday, Aug. 10, 5:05 p.m., Production Credit parking lot, parked car owned by Frank W. Kinney, 1510 Mike's Dr., and car driven by Gerald D. Miller, Deerfield, (minor damage to both vehicles). Thefts Monday, Aug. 9, or Tuesday, class ring, wedding band, tape recorder, mattress cover, crib blanket, log plant, match books, record cabinet and records, value unlisted, from residence at Ponderosa Trailer Court. Tuesday, Aug. 10, about 4 p.m., billfold with $10 cash and a $20 check, from unlocked vehicle, 1602 N. 7th. I yellow 20" boy's bicycle. Matthews Mnlu Cross ? I purple 20" boy's bicycle. Huffy ', The C'ily reserves the right to with? draw any or all of the lisltd items pridf tn the scheduled lime of sale. ,; Kuch of the above listed has been, abandoned within the C'ily of Garden" City. Kansas and the owners, if any? have tailed to claim them. Any persoht chiming ownership of any of Ihesc lisle* items shall present such claim in writing* In lite Chief of Police not laler lhan 9:OiJ AM on the staled dale of sale and. reclaim such items upon payment 6^prescribed slorage charges, service^ charges, and publication costs, or in lieu* I hereof, such items shall be sold a* staled. J. K. C'olwell. *J Chief of Police 't <256ri 7 JK iPublished in the Garden Cily> Telegram. Thursday. July 29. August 5, £ and August 12. 19761 I IN THE PROBATE COURT OF } KINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS Jf In the Matter of the Estate of< FLORENCE A. RODERICK. Deceased! NOTICE OF HEARING ON I PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL j No. 5504 •. The State of Kansas To All Persons, Concerned: • You are hereby notified thai a petition * has been filed in said court by Wallace B. , Roderick, as son. heir-at-law, legatee, and devisee of Florence A. Roderick." deceased, praying for the admission to' probate of the will of Florence A., Roderick dated February 1.1967. and Ihe. lirsl codicil thereto, dated May 25. 1971. J which are filed wilh said petition, and for ; the appointment of Wallace B. Roderick' as executor of said will, without bond."', and you are hereby required to file your' written defenses thereto on or before the ,201 h day of August. 1976. at ten o'clock" a.m. ol said day. in sard courl, in the city.;. of Ciarden City, in Finney County. j. Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard Should you fail • therein, judgment and decree will be^, entered in due course upon said petition, i. WALLACE B. RODERICK r Petitioner £ ATTEST: Harrison Smith i i SEAL i Probate Judge * C. E BEYMER. Lakin. Kansas > Attorney for Petitioner (2521 J GENERAL REVENUE SHARING ^Published In The o.'irden ^ity 1'olograra August U, ACTUAL USE REPORT GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS UIJHKCTLY TO LOCAL AND StAlE GOVERNMENTS YOUR GOVEhNM£M MUST HUbLlSM ^ THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE SEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. 1W5. THRU JUNE 30. 1976. „ THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENTS PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DEClSlO'-.S ol. HOW FUTURE (XuOS , SHOULD BE SPENT, NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS Of DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF REVtNUE , SHARING, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20226. , ACTUAL EXPENDITURES (Includi Obligation*} (A) CATEGORIES 1 PUBLIC SAFETY 3 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 4 HEALTH S RECREATION 6 LIQRARIES 1 SOCIAL SERVICES FOR AQED OR POOR B FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 9 MULTIPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT. 10 EDUCATION 11 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT \3 HOUSING « COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1* OTHER (SpKily) is TOTALS (6) CAPITAL $ 2,355.80 S 9,936.06 $ $ $ 50 r OOO.QO $ $ $ 49,099.58 $ S s $ 321,059.90 S S 432,451.34 S 432,451.34 1C) OPERATINti / MAINTENANCE i i $ $ 70,180.16 $ $ S 1 S 20,980.36 NONDISCRIMINATION REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET (E) CERTIFICATION: 1 certify thai 1 am the Chief Executive Olticcr and wilh ratpoci to the entitlement funds reported horeon, 1 certify that |he have not been used in violation ot cither the priority expenditur requirement (Section 103) or Ihe mulching funos prohibition (Seclic Signature ol Chierb»ccutive Onto Robert Buerkle. Chairman Bd of Comm. Name and Tuie HEOOVEBNME S T F FINNEV COUHTV » * as received General Revenue Sharing * P3,menis totaling I 197.194 - * uring the per.od "om July 1. 1975 Ihru Jure 30. 1976 v' ACCOUNT NO. 17 i 028 028 fJHKEV COUNTY COUNTY TREftSURER GARDEN CITY KflNSftS / (01 TRUST FUND REPORT (refer lo instruction D) 1 Bnlnncan* ntJunit 3D 197S | 2 Revenue Scaring Funds 3. interest Received 4 Funds Released Irom Obligations ilF ANY) t 5. Sum ol lines 1234 X 67G-I6 3 38 ,7<f:3 197 ,15*1 l^Qft? 541.910 6 Fuios Returned to ORS (IF AMY \ f 0 Bnlanco as o! June 30 1976 S 651,4^1 RR 6RS (F) THE NEWS MEDIA HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT A COMPLETE COPY OF 1HIS REPORT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CiHCU- LATION t HAVE A COPY OF THIS REPORT AND RECORDS DOCUMENTING THE CONTENTS THEY AliE OPEN FOR PUBLIC SCRUTINY AT C^UPty t'.Lojk

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